CBS News/NEW YORK TIMES Election Surveys, 1980 [electronic resource] CBS NewsThe New York Times.
- ICPSR ed
- Ann Arbor, Mich. : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1984.
- ICPSR (Series) ; 7812.
CBS News/New York Times Poll Series 7812
1 online resource.
- Public opinion -- United States.
Presidential candidates -- United States -- Public opinion.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1980 -- Public opinion.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1977-1981 -- Public opinion.
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- The New York Times and CBS News were equal partners in a series of election surveys covering the 1980 election year. The content of this data collection generally concerns the presidential preference of respondents, their reasons for choosing a particular candidate, and their reactions to political and social issues of the campaign. There are 28 datasets in the collection, which fall into three categories: national monthly surveys, primary day surveys, and the election day survey. Parts 1-12 contain national monthly surveys that were conducted by telephone, with approximately 1,500 randomly selected adults in each. Surveys were conducted in January, February, March, April, June, August, September, and October. Two telephone surveys were conducted in September, a pre-debate survey and a post-debate survey. Also, two surveys were conducted in October. A post-election survey was conducted in the days following the election. For the post-election survey, the respondents in Part 11, October Pre-Election National Interviews, were reinterviewed. The post-election survey is released as a panel file and incorporates Part 11 responses as well. Parts 13-27 contain primary day surveys that were conducted in 11 states on the day of the primary at the polling place among a random sample of people who had just voted in either the Democratic or Republican presidential primaries. The questionnaires were self-administered. Surveys were conducted in the following states: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Florida, Illinois, New York, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, California, New Jersey, and Ohio. There are separate data files for the Democratic and Republican primaries in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Demographic information including age, sex, income, race, ethnicity, and occupation is provided for all respondents in Parts 1-27. Part 28 contains a survey co... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07812
- Part 1: January National Interviews; Part 2: February National Interviews; Part 3: March National Interviews; Part 4: April National Interviews; Part 5: June National Interviews; Part 6: August National Interviews; Part 7: September National Interviews; Part 8: September Pre-Debate One National Interviews; Part 9: September Post-Debate One National Interviews; Part 10: October 10th-15th National Interviews; Part 11: October Pre-Election National Interviews; Part 12: Post-Election Survey Panel; Part 13: New Hampshire Democratic Primary; Part 14: New Hampshire Republican Primary; Part 15: Massachusetts Democratic Primary; Part 16: Massachusetts Republican Primary; Part 17: Florida Primary; Part 18: Illinois Democratic Primary; Part 19: Illinois Republican Primary; Part 20: New York Democratic Primary; Part 21: Wisconsin Democratic Primary; Part 22: Wisconsin Republican Primary; Part 23: Pennsylvania Democratic Primary; Part 24: Pennsylvania Republican Primary; Part 25: California Pri...
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Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
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