The Resource New York Times Survey, December 1985

New York Times Survey, December 1985

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New York Times Survey, December 1985
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New York Times Survey, December 1985
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The major political parties are the focus of this survey. Respondents were asked to evaluate whether the Democratic or Republican party would do a better job of handling inflation, unemployment, foreign trade problems, the federal budget deficit, and new problems that may arise in the future, and whether either party would be more likely to keep the United States out of war and keep defenses strong. Respondents also were asked to identify which party has more money, is more organized, and cares more about the needs of big business, women, labor unions, farmers, and blacks. In addition, respondents were asked who they considered to be the important leaders of each party and if there were any groups within each party that concerned them. Other items include the respondent's party identification and voting history, Ronald Reagan's performance as President, big corporations, government corruption, the United States Supreme Court, and abortion. Demographic characteristics also are included
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  • The New York Times
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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New York Times Survey, December 1985
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  • 1985-12-14--1985-12-18
  • 8690
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ICPSR08690.v3
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New York Times Survey, December 1985
Publication
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  • 1985-12-14--1985-12-18
  • 8690
Control code
ICPSR08690.v3
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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