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1.) SEX: Sex of respondent
3.) RACE: What is your ethnic status? Are you:
4.) WRKSTAT: Last week were you working full-time, part-time, unemployed, keeping house, retired, or what?
5.) WRKGO: Decide when to come & when to leave. Can you decide this on your job, officially or unofficially?
6.) WRKTASK: Decide on own introduce new task or work assignment for yourself. Can you do this on your job?
7.) MARITAL: Are you currently:
8.) INCOME: General question about your income please. Last year, was your total family income, from all sources
10.) RELPREF: What is your religious preference?
12.) RELOFTEN: How often do you attend church?
13.) RELTV: Do you watch religious broadcasts on television?
14.) RELFALW: In the last month have you watched any of these persons or programs? -- Jerry Falwell
15.) RELPTL: In the last month have you watched any of these persons or programs? -- The PTL Club with Jim Baker
16.) RELROB: In the last month have you watched any of these persons or programs? -- James Robison
17.) SEVEN: In the last month have you watched any of these persons or programs? -- The 700 Club
18.) BIBLE: Please indicate how much you agree or disagree. -- "Every word of the Bible is true" Do you:
19.) CHRIST: Please indicate how much you agree or disagree. -- "Someday Christ will return."
20.) MORALMAJ: Have you heard of the Moral Majority?
21.) MORMAJAT: ASKED RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE HEARD OF THE MORAL MAJORITY: How do you feel about the Moral Majority?
22.) PARTY: Regardless of how you may vote in the coming election, have you usually thought of yourself:
23.) POLVIEWS: How would you describe your overall political views? Would you say you are:
24.) MONCHAR: What one characteristic do you like best about Walter Mondale?
25.) REAGCHAR: What one characteristic do you like best about Ronald Reagan?
26.) ISSUE: Issues in this year's Presidental campaign. Which do you consider to be most important?
27.) ECONEVAL: ECONOMY IS MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE IN THIS YEAR'S CAMPAIGN: Do you feel the state of the economy is:
28.) CAPEVAL: US CENTRAL MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE IN CAMPAIGN: Are you for or against U.S. Central American policies?
29.) SEXEDUC: This year's election. -- Are you for or against the teaching of sex education classes in schools?
30.) KING: Do you think it was a good idea to make Martin Luther King's birthday a national holiday?
31.) HOMOSEX: Should law protecting homosexuals from being dismissed from their jobs as teachers in public schools
32.) DISARM: Should the United States and Russia both freeze the development of nuclear weapons now?
33.) CHRSTAT1: Agree or disagree with following statements. -- Religion has no place in government affairs.
34.) CHRSTAT2: The government should not provide tuition assistance to parents whose children attend church schools
35.) WOMENAT: Much better for everyone involved if man is achiever outside home & woman takes care of home &family
36.) PRIVATE: Agree or disagree -- The solution to the problem of unemployment is best left to private businesses.
37.) GODCOM: Agree or disagree -- The United States is God's instrument in the fight against communism.
38.) GODCHOSE: Agree or disagree with each of the following statements. -- America is God's chosen nation today.
39.) FAITH: Every person should have complete faith in supernatural power whose decision are obeyed w/o question
40.) EQWLTHY: -- The government in Washington ought to reduce the income differences between the rich and poor.
41.) RELPARTY: Agree or disagree -- The country would be better off if there were a religious political party.
42.) MINSPOK: -- One's minister, priest or rabbi should come out in support of a presidential candidate.
43.) CHRSTAT3: How much you agree or disagree -- The government should stay out of religious affairs.
44.) CHRSTAT4: Church schools should comply w/ regulations set by govt such as testing the competency of teachers
45.) HARDWORK: How much you agree or disagree -- Hard work is rewarding in itself, not just something to make money
46.) ABORTION: -- A pregnant woman should be able to obtain a legal abortion for any reason if she so chooses.
47.) OBEY: -- Obedience and respect for authority are the most important virtues children should learn.
48.) LEADERS: Agree or disagree-- A few strong leaders could make this country better than all the laws and talk.
49.) CHRPUBO: -- Public officials have an obligation to be directed by the moral teachings of their church.
50.) WAR: How much agree or disagree-- Human nature being what it is, there will always be war and conflict.
51.) SPRAY: Extent would you be against law which stated adult can lead children in prayer in public schools
52.) VOTEINT: How you plan to vote on Tues, Nov 6. How would you describe your intention to vote? Are you:
53.) VOTE1: OK, which candidate for President of the United States will you vote for on Tuesday, November 6?
54.) VOTE2: Even though you don't know for sure how you will vote, which presidential candidate lean toward
55.) FEEL1: DEFINITELY OR PROBABLY ARE GOING TO VOTE: How strongly do you feel about your choice for president?
56.) VOTE3: OK, if you decide to vote on Tuesday, November 6, which presidential candidate will you vote for?
57.) VOTE4: Even though you don't know for sure how you will vote, which presidential candidate leaning toward
58.) FEEL2: WHO ARE NOT SURE WHETHER THEY WILL VOTE: How strongly do you feel about your choice for president?
60.) COOP: In general, what was the respondent's attitude toward the interview?
61.) UNDERST: How was the respondent's understanding of the questions?