CHAPTER V CONTENTS

                     V.  Participation, Involvement, Media    

                         Note: entries are in alphabetical order

                                                                      
Please see p.xxix "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries

   V.A.  Campaign Involvement
              1.  ATTENTION TO/ INTEREST IN CAMPAIGNS . . . . . .  561
              2.  CANDIDATE/ PARTY/ ISSUE SUPPORT . . . . . . . .  563
                       a. Financial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  563
                       b. Other and general campaign support. . .  568

   V.B.  Media Exposure and Coverage
              1.  CAMPAIGN COVERAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  575
                       a. All media or comparison . . . . . . . .  575
                       b. Magazines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  576
                       c. Newspapers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  578
                       d. Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  581
                       e. Television. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  582
                          (1) Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . .  582
                          (2) Debates . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  583
                          (3) General . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  585
              2.  GENERAL EXPOSURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  588
                       a. All media or comparison . . . . . . . .  588
                       b. Magazines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  589
                       c. Newspapers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  590
                       d. Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  592
                       e. Television. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  592

   V.C.  R's Activity and Knowledge of Information in Noncampaign Politics
           and Public Service
              1.  ATTENTION TO/ INTEREST IN POLITICS AND. . . . . . .
                    GOVERNMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  595
              2.  KNOWLEDGE OF POLITICAL/ PUBLIC INFORMATION. . .  597
              3.  NONCAMPAIGN POLITICAL ACTIVITIES/ PUBLIC. . . . . . 
                    SERVICE OR INVOLVEMENT. . . . . . . . . . . .  602
                       a. Discussions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  602
                          (1) General . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  602
                          (2) R's neighborhood. . . . . . . . . .  603
                       b. Groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  604
                       c. Letter-writing or protest . . . . . . .  606
                       d. Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  608




                         Chapter V contents, cont'd.



                                                                      
Please see p.xxix "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries






   V.D.  Voting and Registration
              1.  PERCEPTIONS BY R ABOUT VOTE . . . . . . . . . .  609
                       a. How important is vote, vote interest. .  609
                       b. How others vote/ will vote. . . . . . .  610
                          (1) Groups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  610
                          (2) Persons in R's life . . . . . . . .  613
                       c. Outcomes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  614
                       d. Predictions and possibilities for . . . . .
                            election or nomination. . . . . . . .  617
                       e. Voting/election process . . . . . . . .  622
              2.  REGISTRATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  623
              3.  R'S VOTE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  625
                       a. Intent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  625
                          (1) Elections . . . . . . . . . . . . .  625
                          (2) Primaries . . . . . . . . . . . . .  628
                       b. Reasons why R didn't vote . . . . . . .  628
                       c. Reported turnout and vote . . . . . . .  629
                          (1) Elections . . . . . . . . . . . . .  629
                          (2) Primaries . . . . . . . . . . . . .  640
                       d. Specific offices/levels . . . . . . . .  644
                          (1) Congressional . . . . . . . . . . .  644
                              (i)  House. . . . . . . . . . . . .  644
                              (ii) Senate . . . . . . . . . . . .  646
                          (2) Presidential/vice-presidential. . .  647
                          (3) Propositions. . . . . . . . . . . .  649
                          (4) State and local . . . . . . . . . .  649
                       e. Vote/candidate choice . . . . . . . . .  651
                          (1) For nomination. . . . . . . . . . .  651
                          (2) For vote. . . . . . . . . . . . . .  653
                          (3) Of nonvoters. . . . . . . . . . . .  656
                       f. Vote decision-making process and. . . . . . 
                            influences on R's vote. . . . . . . .  660
              4. R'S VOTING HISTORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  666




                      PARTICIPATION, INVOLVEMENT, MEDIA







                                     V.A

                             Campaign Involvement


         For campaign media use, see V.B.1., Media Exposure and Coverage,
           Campaigns.
         For R's general knowledge about campaign's candidates (at various
           levels), see II.A., Evaluation and Knowledge of Candidates.
         For R's specific recall of the names of House and Senate Candidates
           during the last campaign, see II.A.3.d. and II.A.4.d.  Also see
           II.A.3.d. for R's knowledge of which of the recent House candidates
           was the incumbent (if any).
         For campaign contact with candidates, see II.A.3.a. for contact at the
           House level and II.A.4.a. for contact at the Senate level.


                                                                   
  Attention to/ Interest in Campaigns                       V.A.1  
                                                                   

       - Has R Been Very Much Interested, Somewhat Interested or Not
           Much Interested in Following the Political Campaigns so Far
           This Year
            52: V44              56: V97              58: V75  
            60: V98,224          62: V39              64: V157,323  
            66: V87              68: V130             70: V201  
            72: V163             76: V3031            78: V43 
            80: V53,744;I1       82: V58[C]           84: V75,722;
            86: V59              88: V97,564              CM147 
            90: V62;ST108,       CWP:V62              92: V3101,5102
                 1204            PS: V31              CF: V310
            


       - Does R Personally Care a Good Deal Which Party Wins the
           Presidential Election This Fall or Doesn't R Care Very Much
           Which Party Wins (PRE)
            52: V41              56: V14              60: V19
            64: V20              68: V27              72: V29
            76: V3030            80: V61;I9           84: V80;CM148 
            88: V102             92: V3106            CF: V311

       - Did R Personally Care a Good Deal Which Party Won the
           Election to Congress (1958,1966,1970: in Washington) This
           Fall or Didn't R Care Very Much Which Party Won (POST)
            58: V14              66: V63              70: V164
            74: V2026            78: V114             80: V822;I752
            82: V97[C]           86: V102             90: V106
            CWP:V106             92: V5108            CF: V312

       - When There are State and Local Elections in R's State Does R
           Care a Good Deal Who Wins or Doesn't R Care Very Much Who
           Wins These Elections:  State.  Local.
            52: V42,43  

       - How Closely Has R Followed the News About the Presidential
           Primary Campaign in R's State
            80: I147 

       - During the Last Week or Two, Has R Talked to Other People
           About the Candidates or Their Campaign
            80: V60;I8 



                                                                   
  Candidate/ Party/ Issue Support                           V.A.2  
                                                                   

     For general party support outside of campaigns, see II.D.3., Party ID, R's
       Party Support and Contact.

                                                 
         FINANCIAL                       V.A.2.a 
                                                 

       - 1972-1974,1980,1982,1988-1992,CWP:  Did R Give Money to a
            Political Party During This Election Year
         1976:  Did R Give Money to a Political Party or Make Any
           Other Contribution This Year
         1978,1986:  Did R Give Money to a Political Party or
           Candidate (1978: This Year) (1986: [IF YES:] Did R Give
           Money to a Political Party
         1984:  During the Past Year, Did R Give Any Money to an
           Individual Candidate, a Political Party Organization,
           People Supporting a Ballot Proposition, or to a Particular
           Issue or Interest Group  (IF YES:) Did R Give Money to a
           Political Party During This Election Year (FOLLOWUP)
            72: V472             74: V2199            76: V3535
            78: V461             80: V811;I63         82: V490
            84: V825,826         86: V320,323         88: V832
            90: V373             CWP:V373             92: V5817
            CF: V740

               --(if yes; 1978: if yes, party) Which Party  [1980,1982:
                  3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V473            74: V2200
                     76: V3536           78: V462
                     80: V812,814,816;   82: V491,493,495
                          I64            84: V827
                     86: V324            88: V833
                     90: V374            CWP:V374
                     92: V5818
                --(if yes) Was Contribution Made to the Local Party, the
                   State Party or the National One [3 mentions]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V813,815,817;   82: V492,494,496
                          I65


       - 1980,1982,1988-1992,CWP:  Did R Give Any Money to a Candidate
           (1988-1990,CWP,1992: an Individual Candidate) Running for
           Public Office
         1984:  During the Past Year, Did R Give Any Money to an
           Individual Candidate, a Political Party Organization,
           People Supporting a Ballot Proposition, or to a Particular
           Issue or Interest Group  (IF YES:) Did R Give Any Money to
           an Individual Candidate Running for Public Office
         1986:  Did R Give Money to a Political Party or Candidate
           (IF YES:) Did R Give Money to an Individual Candidate
            80: V802;I58         82: V481             84 V825,828
            86: V320,321         88: V830             90: V371
            CWP:V371             92: V5815

                --(if yes) Which Office [4 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V803,805,807,   82: V482,484,486,488
                          809
                --(if yes) ##(1) Which Party Did Candidate Belong to
                   [1980,1982: 4 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V804,806,808,   82: V483,485,487,489
                          810;I62        84: V829
                     86: V322            88: V831
                     90: V372            CWP:V372
                     92: V5816
                --(if yes) Was the Contribution to a Presidential
                   Candidate or for Some Other Office (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I59
                         ---(if presidential Candidate) Which One
                                80: I60
                         ---(if not presidential Candidate) Which Office
                                80: I61

       - 1980,1982: Did R Give Money This Election Year to a 
           Political Action Group or Any Other Group That Supported
           or Opposed Particular Candidates in the Election
         1984:  During the Past Year, Did R Give Any Money to an
           Individual Candidate, a Political Party Organization,
           People Supporting a Ballot Proposition, or to a Particular
           Issue or Interest Group  (IF YES:) Did R Give Any Money to
           Any Other Group That Supported or Opposed Candidates
         1986:  Did R Give Money to a Political Party or Candidate
           (IF YES:) Did R Give Any Money to Any Other Groups that
           Supported or Opposed Candidates
         1988-1992,CWP: During the Past Year, Did R Give Any Money to
           Any Other Groups That Supported or Opposed Candidates
            80: V818;I66         82: V497[C]          84: V825,831
            86: V320,V325        88: V834             90: V375
            CWP:V375             92: V5819            CF: V741

                  --(if yes) Which Groups [1980,1982: 3 Mentions]
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V819-821;I67    82: V498-500[C] 



       - Summary:  Did R Give Money to a Party or Candidate
            CF: V721

       - ## 1952-1964: Did R Give Any Money or Buy Tickets or Anything
           to Help the Campaign for One of the Parties or Candidates
           (1964: to Help Pay the Costs of the Campaign of a Candidate
           or a Political Party This Year) (1964: [IF YES] Was it R or
           a Family Member)
           ## 1966,1968: During This Last Year Was R or Any Member of
           R's Household Asked to Give Money or Buy Tickets to Help
           Pay the Campaign Expenses of a Politicial Party or Cand.
           (IF YES:) Which Party/ Which Party Did Candidate Belong
           to. (IF YES:) Did R Give Any Money or Buy any Tickets
              52: V204             56: V216             60: V216  
              62: V50              64: V335             66: V75-77
              68: V421-423

                --(if yes; 1966,1968: if yes and both parties asked)
                   Which Party/ Which Party Did Candidate Belong to
                   (1966: For Which Party) (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V336               66: V78
                     68: V424
                --(if yes) Did R Give to the Party or Candidate
                   Who Asked or Was the Contribution to Made to
                   Someone Else (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V337
                --(if no) Would R Have Given Money or Bought Tickets
                   if R Had Been Asked by a Worker for R's Favorite
                   Party or Candidate that R Liked (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V338               66: V79

       - During the Past Year, Did R Give Any Money to an Individual
           Candidate, a Political Party Organization, People
           Supporting a Ballot Proposition, or to a Particular Issue
           or Interest Group (IF YES:) Did R Give Any Money to Help
           Support or Oppose Any Ballot Proposition This Election Year
            84: V825,830

       - During This Last Year Was R or Any Member of R's Household
           Asked to Give Money or Buy Tickets to Help Pay the Campaign
           Expenses of a Political Party or Candidate (1964: [IF YES]
           Was it R or a Family Member) 
            64: V331             66: V75              68: V421

                --(if yes) Which Party/ Which Party did Candidate
                   Belong to (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V332
                --(if yes, party) Which Party Asked (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: 76      68: V422,424
                --(if yes) ## Did R Give Any Money or Buy Any Tickets
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V77             68: V423


                         ---(if yes and 'both' parties asked) For Which Party
                                66: V78
                                68: V424
                         ---(if no) Would R Have Given Money or Bought
                             Tickets if R Had Been Asked by a Worker
                             for R's Favorite Party or Candidate That
                             R Liked 
                                66: V79
                --(if yes) How Was R Asked (Letter, Phone etc.) (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V333  
                --(if yes) Was R Asked by Someone R Knew Personally, Such
                   as a Friend or Fellow Worker, or Was R Asked by
                   Someone R Didn't Know (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V334  

       - Did R Get Any Mail Asking R to Contribute Money to (1982: a
           Political Campaign) (1984,1988: to a Candidate, Party, or
           Issue Group) 
            82: V471             84: V832             88: V836
            92: V5821

                --(if yes) Did R Get Quite a Few or Not Very Many
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V833            88: V837
                     92: V5822
                --(if yes) Did R Make a Contribution. (1984: Did R
                   Contribute Any Money Because of the Mail Received)
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     82: V472            84: V834
                     88: V838            92: V5823

       - In the Last Year, Did R Receive Any Telephone Calls Asking R
           to Contribute Money to a Candidate, a Party or an Issue
           Group
            84: V835             88: V839             92: V5824

                --(if yes) Did R Get Quite a Few or Not Very Many
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V836            88: V840
                     92: V5825
                --(if yes) Did R Contribute Any Money Because of the
                   Telephone Call(s) (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V837            88: V841
                     92: V5826

       - In the Last Year, Has R Been Contacted Directly, Face to Face
           and Asked to Contribute Money to a Candidate, a Party or an
           Issue Group
            84: V838             88: V842             92: V5827

                --(if yes) Did R Get Quite a Few or Not Very Many
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V839            88: V843
                     92: V5828


                --(if yes) Did R Contribute Any Money Because of a
                   Personal Contact (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V840            88: V844
                     92: V5829

       - Did R Contribute Any Money for the Campaigns of Any
           Candidate in 1976 Presidential Primaries 
            76: V3041 

                  --(if yes) Which Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3042 

       - As One of the Things that People do to Help One of the
           Parties or Candidates Win an Election, Did R Go to Any
           Meetings, Rallies, Dinners or Things Like That in Support
           of a Particular Candidate. (IF YES) Did R Give Any Money as
           a Result
            84: V822 

       - Did R Use the One-Dollar Check-Off Option on R's Federal
           Income Tax Return to Make a Political Contribution This
           Year
            80: V799;I55         82: V478[C]          84: V824
            86: V319             88: V829             90: V370
            CWP:V370             92: V5814            CF: V739

       - Did R Use the One-Dollar Check-Off Option on R's State
           Income Tax Return to Make a Political Contribution 
            80: V801;I57         82: V480[C] 

       - Did R Ask Anybody Else to Give Money to Help Pay the Costs of
           the Campaign of a Candidate or a Political Party This Year
            64: V330  

       - Would R Be Against or in Favor of Allowing People, When They
           Figure Their Income Tax, to Deduct the Money They Give to
           Parties and Candidates in the Same Way that Money Given to
           Charities Can be Deducted
            64: V339

                --(if yes/no) Why (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V340

       - Does R Think it Would be a Good or Bad Idea for the
           Government to Help Pay the costs of Political Campaigns of
           the Candidates for President
            64: V341

                --(if good/bad) Why (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V342

       - Did R Hear or Read Anything About a Political Party or
           Candidate Having a Drive, a Dinner or Some Other Affair to
           Raise Money for Campaign Expenses This Year. Did R Hear of
           Something Like This Going on in This County
            64: V329  

       - Which Would R Rather Do, Give Money or Give Time to Help R's
           Party or Favorite Candidate
            64: V343  



                                                                          
         OTHER AND GENERAL CAMPAIGN SUPPORT                       V.A.2.b 
                                                                          
                                                              
       - Did Anybody From Either One of the Parties (1956ff: Call R Up
           or) Come Around to Talk to R During the Campaign (1972ff:
           About the Campaign).  [IF YES] Which Party Were They From
           (1964: How Many Different Times Would R Say Somebody From
           One of the Parties Got in Touch With R)
            52: V190             56: V221             60: V221  
            64: V325             66: V71              68: V401
            68: V406             72: V466*            74: V2193
            76: V3539            78: V464             80: V785;I43
            82: V464[C]          84: V812             86: V309
            88: V820             90: V361             CWP:V361
            92: V5801            CF: V9030

                --(if yes, contacted) How Many Different Times Would R Say
                   Somebody From One of the Parties Got in Touch with
                   R  (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V72             68: V402
                --(if yes, contacted) Which Party: How Many Contacts Were
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V326            66: V73
                     68: V403
                --(if yes, contacted) Which Party: How Many Contacts Were
                   Democratic (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V327            66: V74
                     68: V404
                --(if yes, contacted) Which Party: How Many Contacts Were
                   From 'Other' Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V405
                         ---(if any) Identity of 'Other' Party
                                68: V406
                --(if yes, contacted) Which Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V467*           74: V2194
                     76: V3540           78: V465
                     80: V786;I44        82: V465
                     84: V813            86: V310
                     88: V821            90: V362
                     CWP:V362            92: V5802



                --(if yes, contacted) Did They Talk to You About Voting for
                   President, Were They Interested in How You Would
                   Vote For Other Offices, or Did They Just Talk About
                   Voting for the Party  (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V222            60: V222,223  
                     64: V328            68: V407  
                --(if yes, contacted) Does R Think Anything They Said Had
                   Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to Vote [asked of
                                                     voters only] (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V191

       - Has Anyone From One of the Political Parties or Candidates
           for President Called R Up or Come Around and Talked to R
           About the Election This Year
            80: V363;I43

                --(if yes) Which Party/Candidate [5 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V364-368;I44

       - Other Than Someone From the Two Major Parties, Did Anyone
           Else Call R Up or Come Around and Talk to R About
           Supporting Specific Candidates in This Last Election
            80: V787;I45         84: V814             86: V311
            88: V822             90: V363             CWP:V363
            92: V5803

                --(if yes) Was it Someone From the Candidate's Own
                   Organization or Was it Someone Else (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V788;I46        84: V815
                        ---(if R knows) ## Which Candidate Did They Ask R
                             to Support [1980: 4 mentions; 1984: 2 mentions]
                                80: V789-792;I47
                                84: V816,817
                --(if yes) ## Which Candidate(s) Did They Ask R to Support
                   [2 mentions; 1992: 3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     86: V312,313        88: V823,824
                     90: V364,365        CWP:V364,365
                     92: V5804-5806

       - Other Than Someone From the Two Major Parties, Did Anyone
           Else Supporting a Candidate for the U.S. House of
           Representatives Call R Up or Come Around and Talk to R
            82: V466[C]       

                --(if yes) Which Candidate Did They Support
                   [2 mentions]  (Party, Candidate Code) (FOLLOWUP)
                     82: V467-470[C]

       - During the Past Year, Has R Been Contacted Directly by
           Anyone Intent on Showing R Why R Should Vote For/Against
           One of the Candidates or Parties
            92: V5808



       - During the Campaign This Year Did Anyone Talk to R About
           Registering to Vote or About Voting
            84: V841             86: V326             88: V835
            90: V376             CWP:V376             92: V5820

       - Did Any of the Following People Talk to R About Why R Should
           Vote for One of the Parties or Candidates [list shown to R]
            68: V408         

                --(if yes) Who:  Spouse [IF YES] Does This Person Pay More
                   Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V409
                --(if yes) Who:  Spouse [IF YES] Who Did Spouse Tell R to
                   Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V410
                --(if yes) Who:  Relative [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V411
                --(if yes) Who:  Relative [IF YES] Who Did Relative Tell R
                   to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V412
                --(if yes) Who:  Friend [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V413
                --(if yes) Who:  Friend [IF YES] Who Did Friend Tell R to
                   for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V414
                --(if yes) Who:  Coworker [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V415
                --(if yes) Who:  Coworker [IF YES] Who Did Coworker Tell R
                   to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V416
                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V417
                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Who Did Person Tell
                   R to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V418
                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Who is This Person
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V419
                --(if yes) Who: Multiple Response Categories [for Rs who
                   named more than 1 person within any of the 5 categories]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V420

       - Did Anyone R Knows Talk to R and Try to Show R Who to Vote
           For [not Party canvassers or workers]
            76: V3530            80: V794

       - Other Than Someone From the Two Major Parties, Did Anyone
           Else Supporting a Candidate for the U.S. House of
           Representatives Call R Up or Come Around and Talk to R
            78: V466

                --(if yes) Was it Someone From the Candidate's Own
                   Organization or Was it Someone Else (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V467     
                         ---(if R knows) Which Candidate Did They
                             Support [2 mentions] (Candidate Code)
                                78: V468,469

       - Did Anyone R Knows Talk to R and Try to Show R Who to Vote
           For for President [not Party canvassers or workers]
            80: I48

                  --(if yes) For Which Candidate  (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I49 

       - Has Anyone Called R Up or Come Around and Talked to R About
           Supporting a Candidate for President 
            84: CM149            88: V113,1205

                --(if yes) Has it Happened in the Last Week (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM150           88: V114

       - During the Election Campaign, Did Anyone Ask R for R's
           Suggestions about Which Party or Candidate was Best [1970:
           IF YES] Was This Someone in R's Family, a Friend or a
           Co-worker
            66: V69              70: V165,166

       - During This Year's Campaign, Did Anyone Talk to R to Try to
           Get R to Work for One of the Parties or For a Candidate
            84: V820             86: V316

       - Has R Done Any of the Following in the Past Few Years as a
           Member of a Group [list shown to R]:
        . Get Members to Vote as a Bloc, Support a Candidate Endorsed
          by the Group
            76: V3882

       - So Far This Year, Has R Talked to Anyone and Tried to Show
           Them Why They Should Support One of the Candidates for
           President
            84: CM152            88: ST115,1207

                --(if yes) Has R Done This in the Last Week  (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM153           88: ST116


       - (1984-1986: During the Campaign) Did R Talk to Any People and
           Try to Show Them Why They Should Vote for (1984 and later:
           or Against) One of the Parties or Candidates (1960,1964,
           1968,1970: Who Did R Talk to)
            52: V203             56: V215             58: V76  
            60: V215             62: V49              64: V313  
            66: V70              68: V388             70: V167  
            72: V468             74: V2195            76: V3529  
            78: V457             80: V362,793;I50     82: V473[C]
            84: V818             86: V314             88: V825
            90: V366             CWP:V366             92: V5807
            CF: V717

                --(if yes) Has R Done This in the Last Week  (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: ST116
                --(if yes) Which of the People Listed Did R Talk to [list shown
                                                    to R]; Does This Person Pay More or Less Attention to
                   Politics than R: (FOLLOWUP)
                  . Spouse
                     68: V389
                  . Relative
                     68: V390
                  . Friend
                     68: V391
                  . Co-worker
                     68: V392
                  . Anyone Else
                     68: V393
                         ---(if yes) Who is This Person
                                68: V394
                  . Summary of Responses
                     68: V395
                --(if yes) Which Party or Candidate Did R Tell Them to
                   Vote For (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V396

       - Did Anyone Call R or Come Around to Ask R to Go to Any
           Political Meetings, Rallies, Speeches, Dinners etc. in
           Support of a Particular Candidate
             92: V5811

       - Did Anyone Call R and Ask R to Do Any (Other) Work for
           One of the Parties or Candidats
             92: V5813

       - Catholic Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
           Political Candidates
             56: V257*            60: V268*

       - Farm Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
         Candidates
             56: V243*

       - Jewish Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
           Political Candidates
             56: V261*

       - Labor Unions:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
           Candidates
             56: V249*

       - Negro Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
           Political Candidates
             56: V253*

       - Did R Hear or Read Anything About a Political Party or
           Candidate Having a Drive, a Dinner or Some Other Affair to
           Raise Money for Campaign Expenses This Year. Did R Hear of
           Something Like This Going on in This County
            64: V329  

       - Which Would R Rather Do, Give Money or Give Time to Help R's
           Party or Favorite Candidate
            64: V343  

       - There are Some Things Other than Voting That Some People Did
           During the 1976 Presidential Primaries:  Did R Do Any of
           These: [asked only of Rs who voted in the 1976 presidential
           primaries]
        . Worked for One of the Presidential Candidates 
            76: V3038 
        . Attend a Meeting or a Rally
            76: V3039 
        . Talked to Any People About Why They Should Vote for a
           Candidate
            76: V3040 

       - As One of the Things that People do to Help One of the
           Parties or Candidates Win an Election, (1972-1988: During
           the Campaign,) (1980: So Far This Year) Did R Go to Any
           Meetings, Rallies, Dinners or Things Like That (1984,1986:
           in Support of a Particular Candidate.  (1960,1964,1968: [IF
           YES] How Many)
            52: V205             56: V217             60: V217  
            62: V51              64: V314             68: V397  
            70: V169             72: V469             74: V2196  
            76: V3532            78: V458             80: V369,795;
            82: V474[C]          84: V821                 I51 
            86: V317             88: V827             90: V368
            CWP:V368             92: V5810            CF: V718

                --(if yes) How Many (FOLLOWUP)
                     70: V170
                --(if yes) Did R Give Any Money as a Result  (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V822 




       - Did R Wear a Campaign Button or Put a Campaign Sticker on R's
           Car (1984-1988: or Place a Sign in R's Window or in Front
           of R's House)
            56: V220             60: V220             62: V54  
            64: V317             68: V399             70: V173  
            72: V471             74: V2198            76: V3534  
            78: V460             80: V797;I53         82: V476[C] 
            84: V819             86: V315             88: V826
            90: V367             CWP:V367             92: V5809
            CF: V720

       - Did R Do Any (Other) Work for One of the Parties or
           Candidates  
            52: V206             56: V218             60: V218  
            62: V52              64: V315             68: V398  
            70: V171             72: V470             74: V2197  
            76: V3533            78: V459             80: V796;I52 
            82: V475[C]          84: V823             86: V318 
            88: V828             90: V369             CWP:V369
            92: V5812            CF: V719

       - Campaign Participation Count
            CF: V723

       - Election/Campaign Participation Index
            CF: V733













                                     V.B

                          Media Exposure and Coverage




                                                                   
  Campaign Coverage                                         V.B.1  
                                                                   

                                                               
         ALL MEDIA OR COMPARISON                       V.B.1.a 
                                                               

       - Has R Read or Heard Any of the Results From National Polls
           Taken During the Last Month Measuring the Popularity of
           Candidates Running for President 
            80: V219;I22 

                --(if yes) Does R Recall Which of the Three 1980
                   Presidential Candidates is Leading in the Latest
                   National Polls (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V220;I23
                --(if yes) Does R Recall Which of the Three 1980
                   Presidential Candidates is in 2nd Place in the
                   Latest National Polls (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V221;I24
                --(if yes and R recalls leading and 2nd place candidates)
                   According to the Polls, is the 1st Place Candidate(s)
                   Leading the 2nd/3rd Place Candidate(s) by a Wide Margin, a
                   Narrow Margin or Are They Nearly Even (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V223;I26
                --(if yes and R recalls leading, 2nd, and 3rd place candidates) According to the
                   Polls, is the 2nd Place Candidate(s) Leading the
                   3rd Place Candidate(s) by a Wide Margin, a Narrow
                   Margin or Are They Nearly Even (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V224;I27
                --(if yes) Does R Recall Which of the Three 1980
                   Presidential Candidates is in 3rd Place in the
                   Latest National Polls (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V222;I25 

       - Did R Get Most of R's Information About the Campaign from
           Newspapers, Radio, Television, or Magazines
            66: V68

       - Did R Find Out About the Campaign This Year More by Talking
           to Other People or More from Things Like Newspapers and TV.
           [IF MORE FROM OTHER PEOPLE] Did R Find Out About the
           Campaign Mostly From Members of R's Family, Mostly from
           Friends, Mostly from People R Works With or Who
            60: V200  

       - Of All the Ways of Following the Campaign, Which One Did R
           Get the Most Information From:  Newspapers, Radio,
           Television or Magazines [asked of Rs who said they
           heard/read/saw something about the campaign
           from 2 or more of the media sources]
            52: V177             56: V201             60: V195  
            64: V285             68: V307  

       - Campaign Media Exposure Count
            CF: 728

       - How Closely Has R Followed the News About the Presidential
           Primary Campaign in R's State
            80: I147 



                                                 
         MAGAZINES                       V.B.1.b 
                                                 

       - Did R Read about the Campaign in Any Magazines (1952: [IF
           YES] Did R Read Quite a Lot or Not Much; 1960,1964,1968:
           [IF YES] How Many Magazine Articles About the Campaign Did
           R Read: a Good Many, Several, or Just One or Two)
            52: V176             56: V200             60: V194  
            64: V282             68: V299             72: V461*  
            76: V3602            78: V46              80: V747;I30 
            82: V60[C]           84: V725             88: V136
            92: V3206            CF: V726

                --(if yes) How Many Magazine Articles About the Campaign
                   Did R Read: a Good Many, Several, or Just One or
                   Two (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V462*           76: V3603  
                     78: V47             80: V748;I31 
                     84: V726 




                --(if yes) Which Magazines Did R Read [3 mentions: alphabetic,
                   numeric codes]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V48-53 
                         ---(if more than 1) Which One Did R Read Most for
                             News About Politics and Current Events
                             [numeric code and name]
                                78: V54,55
                --(if yes) Are There Any Magazines R Reads (1968: Does R
                   Read) Regularly About Politics [IF YES] Which
                   One(s). 1968: [IF MORE THAN ONE] Which One of These
                   Magazines Did R Use to Get Most of R's Information
                   About the Election Campaign [1968: 4 mentions, 1st
                   mention is 'most used']  (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V283            68: V300
                         ---(if magazine identified) Did This Magazine Take
                             Sides Either For or Against One of the
                             Candidates or Parties, or Did it Not
                             Takes Sides
                                68: V301
                                    (if yes, took sides) Who Was the Magazine
                                     For/Against
                                          68: V302
                --(if yes) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to Magazine
                   Articles About the Campaign for President: a Great
                   Deal, Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V137            92: V3207

       - During the Past Week, Did R Read a Weekly News Magazine Such
           as Time, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, or Some
           Other Weekly News Magazine
            84: V117 

                --(if yes) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to Magazine
                   Articles About the Campaign for President: a Great
                   Deal, Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V118 




                                                  
         NEWSPAPERS                       V.B.1.c 
                                                  

       - ## Did R Read (1972: Much) (1974: Anything) About the 
          Campaign in Any Newspaper(s). 
          (1952: [IF YES] Did R Read Quite a Lot or Not Very Much;
          1960,1964,1968: ## How Much Did R Read Newspaper Articles
          About the Election, Regularly, Often, from Time to Time, or
          Just Once in a {1964,1968: {Great} While) [1974,1992: asked
          only of Rs who said they read a daily paper]
            52: V173             56: V196             60: V190  
            64: V279             68: V292             72: V456*  
            74: V2063            76: V3645            78: V72 
            80: V760;I41         82: V62[C]           84: V727 
            86: V62              88: V134             90: V63
            CWP:V63              92: V3204            CF: V727

                --(if yes) How Much Did R Read Newspaper Articles About
                   the Election, Regularly, Often, from Time to Time,
                   or Just Once in a Great While (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V457*           76: V3646
                --(if yes) How Many Newspaper Articles Did R Read About
                   the Campaign: a Good Many, Several, or Just One or
                   Two (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V73             80: V761;I42        
                     84: V728
                         ---(if any) In Which Newspaper(s) [2 mentions,
                             alphabetic code and numeric code]
                                78: V74,75,77,78 
                         ---(if any) City of Newspaper(s) [2 mentions] 
                                78: V76,79 
                --(if yes) How Often Did R Read Newspaper Articles About
                   the U.S. Senate Campaign, Regularly, Often, from
                   Time to Time, or Just Once in a Great While
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2064
                --(if yes) How Often Did R Read Newspaper Articles About
                   the U.S. House Campaign, Regularly, Often, from
                   Time to Time, or Just Once in a Great While
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2065
                --(if yes) What Paper Did R Read Most for News About
                   Politics (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V197            60: V191  
                     64: V280            68: V293  
                     72: V458*  
                         ---(if names paper) ## Did This Paper Take
                             Sides Either for or Against One of the
                             Candidates or Parties or Did it Not Take
                             Sides
                                68: V294
                                    (if yes, took sides) Who Was the Newspaper
                                     For/ Against
                                          68: V295
                --(if yes) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to Newspaper
                   Articles About the Campaign: a Great Deal, Quite a
                   Bit, Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     86: V63             88: V135
                     90: V64             CWP:V64
                     92: V3205

       - [1984: How Many Days in The Past Week Did R Read a Daily
           Newspaper (IF ANY):]
         [1986-1990,CWP:  ## Did R Read About the Campaign in Any
           Newspaper(s) (IF YES):]
         [1992: How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Read a Daily
           Newspaper (IF ANY): Did R Read About the Campaign in 
           Any Newspaper(s) (IF YES):]
         How Much Attention Did R Pay to Newspaper Articles About
           the Campaign: A Great Deal, Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little,
           or None
            84: V116;CM407       86: V63              88: V135
            90: V64              CWP:V64              92: V3205

       - How Much Attention Did R Pay to Articles in the Newspaper
           About the Presidential Primary Campaigns-- a Great Deal,
           Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little, or None
            88: V1401            

       - Does R Feel the Newspapers Were Equally Fair to Both Sides or
           Not. [IF NOT] Which Candidate (Presidential) or Party Did
           They Favor
            56: V202  

       - Did R Read Anything About the 'Most Important Problem' in
           Newspapers Shortly Before Election Day  [asked of Rs who cited
           (a) 'most important' national problem(s)]
            74: V2080  

                --(if yes) Which Problem Did R Read About [2 mentions]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2081,2092
                         ---(if specified) Level of Problem (International/
                            National/ State/ Local) Reference
                                74: V2082,2093
                         ---(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #1
                                74: V2083
                         ---(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #2
                                74: V2084
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise #1
                                74: V2085
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #1
                                74: V2086
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise #2
                                74: V2087
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #2
                                74: V2088
                         ---(if specified) Proposal for Action Reference
                                74: V2089
                         ---(if specified) Keyword #1 in Problem Reference
                                74: V2090
                         ---(if specified) Keyword #2 in Problem Reference
                                74: V2091

       - What Was the Most Important Thing R Read About During the
           Recent Campaigns [2 mentions]
            74: V2109,2120
                --(if specified) Level of Problem (International/National
                            State/ Local) Reference (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2110,2121
                --(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #1 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2111
                --(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #2 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2112
                --(if specified) Criticism or Praise #1 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2113
                --(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #1 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2114
                --(if specified) Criticism or Praise #2 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2115
                --(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #2 (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2116
                --(if specified) Proposal for Action Reference (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2117
                --(if specified) Keyword #1 in Problem Reference (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2118
                --(if specified) Keyword #2 in Problem Reference (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2119
                --(if specified) How Much Did R Read About it [1st mention]
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2122  
                --(if specified) Were the Newspaper Reports Very Fair,
                   Somewhat Fair or Not Very Fair About This [1st mention]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2123  
                --(if specified) Did R Talk With Anyone About This [1st mention]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2124
                --(if specified) Who Did R Talk to About This [1st mention]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2125
                --(if specified) Who Did R Talk to About This [1st mention]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2126

       - How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Read a Daily Newspaper 
            84: V112;CM403       92: V3203          PS: V33
            CF: V9033

                --(if any) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to Newspaper
                   Articles About the Campaign: a Great Deal, Quite a
                   Bit, Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V116;CM407
                --(if any) How Many Stories Did R Read About the Senate
                   Campaign (FOLLOWUP)
                     PS: V35*
                --(if any) ## Did R Read About The Campaign in Any
                   Newspaper (FOLLOWUP)
                     92: V3204
                         ---(if yes) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to
                             Newspaper Articles About the Campaign: A
                             Great Deal, Quite a Bit, Some, Very
                             Little, or None (FOLLOWUP)
                             92: V3205

       - Does R Read a Daily Paper
           74: V2046             76: V3639

                --(if yes) ## Did R Read About the Campaign in Any 
                   Newspaper (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2063
                --(if yes) ## Did R's Newspaper Endorse or Take Sides
                   for One of the Presidential Candidates or Parties,
                   or Did it Not Endorse Anyone [asked only of Rs who said they read a daily
                                                    newspaper]
                     76: V3643
                         ---(if yes, endorsed) Who Did it Endorse (FOLLOWUP)
                             76: V3644


                                             
         RADIO                       V.B.1.d 
                                             

       - Did R Listen to Any Speeches or Discussions About the
           Campaign on the Radio  (1952: [IF YES] Did R Listen Quite a
           Lot or Not Much; 1960,1964,1968: [IF YES] How Many Programs
           About the Campaign Did R Listen to on the Radio, a Good
           Many, Several or Just One or Two)
            52: V174             56: V198             60: V192  
            64: V281             68: V296             72: V459*  
            76: V3600            78: V44              80: V745;I28 
            82: V59[C]           84: V723             86: V60 
            88: V138             92: V3208            CF: V725,9032







                --(if yes) How Many Programs About the Campaign Did R
                   Listen to on the Radio, a Good Many, Several, or
                   Just One or Two (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V460*           76: V3601  
                     78: V45             80: V746;I29 
                     84: V724            86: V61 
                     88: V139            92: V3209
                --(if any) Did the Radio Reporting Take Sides for or
                   Against One of the Candidates or Parties or Did it
                   Not Take Sides (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V297
                         ---(if yes, took sides) Who Was it For/Against
                                68: V298

       - On the Afternoon and Evening of Election Day, Did R Listen to
           the Radio or TV to Hear How the Election Was Coming Out
            64: V416 

       - On Election Day, Did R Think R Knew Pretty Well How the
           Election Was Going to Come Out
            64: V415  

                --(if yes) Did R Hear Any of the TV or Radio People
                   Predict Who Was Going to Win (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V417  
                         ---(if yes) On Which Network Did R Hear the
                             Prediction
                                64: V418  
                         ---(if yes) Was it This Information That Made R
                             Think R Knew How the Election Was Going
                             to Come Out [asked of Rs who also say {v415}
                             they knew on election day how the election
                             was going to come out]
                                64: V419  
                         ---(if yes) Did R Hear These Particular
                             Predictions Before R Went to Vote or Was
                             This After R Voted [asked only of Rs who voted]
                                64: V420  



                                                  
         TELEVISION                       V.B.1.e 
                                                  

                                               
                        Conventions V.B.1.e(1) 
                                               

       - Did R Watch Any of the Televised 1984 Democratic National
           Convention
            84: CM408 

                --(if yes) About How Many Hours Did R Watch (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM409 


       - Did R Watch Any of the Televised 1984 Republican National
           Convention
            84: CM410

                --(if yes) About How Many Hours Did R Watch (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM411 



                                           
                        Debates V.B.1.e(2) 
                                           

       - Did R Watch the First Televised 1984 Presidential (Reagan,
           Mondale) Debate
            84: V731;CM412 

                --(if yes) Did R Watch All or Part of it (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V732;CM413 

       - Did R Watch the Second Televised 1984 Presidential (Reagan,
           Mondale) Debate 
            84: V733;CM414

                --(if yes) Did R Watch All or Part of it (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V734;CM415

       - Did R Watch the Televised 1984 Vice-Presidential (Bush,
           Ferraro) Debate 
            84: V735;CM416 

                --(if yes) Did R Watch All or Part of it (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V736;CM417

       - Did R Watch the Televised 1980 Debate Between Carter and
           Reagan
            80: V751;I34 

                --(if yes) Did R Watch All or Part of it (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V752;I35 
                --(if yes) Thinking Just of the Debate and Not About the
                   Rest of the Campaign, Which of the Two Candidates
                   Impressed R as Being More Qualified to be President
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V753;I36 

       - Did R Watch Any of the Televised 1976 Debates Between the
           Presidential or Vice-Presidential Candidates
            76: V3606 

                --(if yes) How Many of the Debates Did R Watch (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3607 



                --(if yes) Would R Say R Was Very, Somewhat or Not at All
                   Interested in the Debates R Watched (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3608
                --(if yes) Was There Anything R Learned About the Issues
                   or Candidates for the First Time Because of the
                   Debates (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3609 
                         ---(if yes) Which Issue or Candidate  [3 mentions]
                                76: V3610,3612,3614 
                         ---(if yes) What R Learned [3 mentions]
                                76: V3611,3613,3615 
                --(if yes) Was There Anything in Particular R Remembers
                   from the Debates that Impressed R Either Favorably
                   or Unfavorably About Any of the Candidates  [IF
                   YES] Which Candidate, Favorable or Unfavorable
                   [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3616,3618,3620 
                --(if yes) Was There Anything in Particular R Remembers
                   from the Debates that Impressed R Either Favorably
                   or Unfavorably About Any of the Candidates  [IF
                   YES] What. [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3617,3619,3621 
                --(if yes) Is There Anything (Else) From the Debates That
                   R Remembers about Ford: Favorable or Unfavorable
                   [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3622,3624,3626 
                --(if yes) Is There Anything (Else) From the Debates That
                   R Remembers about Ford:  What. [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3623,3625,3627 
                --(if yes) Is There Anything (Else) From the Debates That
                   R Remembers about Carter: Favorable or Unfavorable
                   [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3628,3630,3632 
                --(if yes) Is There Anything (Else) From the Debates That
                   R Remembers about Carter:  What. [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3629,3631,3633 
                --(if yes) Summary: R's Statements about Debates
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3634 

         - Did R Watch Kennedy-Nixon TV Debates
               60: V196  

                --(if yes) Feeling About Kennedy After Debates/
                   Any of Kennedy's Stands in Debate That Made
                   R Feel Differently About Kennedy (FOLLOWUP)
                     60: V197,199  
                --(if yes) Feeling About Nixon After Debates/
                   Any of Nixon's Stands in Debate That Made
                   R Feel Differently About Nixon (FOLLOWUP)
                     60: V198,199  



         - During the 1988 Primary Campaign Did R Watch Any of the
             Televised Debates Among the Democratic Candidates
               88: V1404

                --(if yes) How Many Did R Watch
                     88: V1405

         - During the 1988 Primary Campaign Did R Watch Any of the
             Televised Debates Among the Republican Candidates
               88: V1406

                --(if yes) How Many Did R Watch
                     88: V1407


                                           
                        General V.B.1.e(3) 
                                           

       - Does R Recall Seeing Any Presidential Campaign Advertisements
           on Television
            92: V3211

                --(if yes) What Does R Remember about Ads
                     92: V3212-3216

       - Did R Watch Any Programs About the Campaign on Television
           (1952: [IF YES] Did R Watch Quite a Lot or Not Very Much;
           1960,1964,1968: [IF YES] How Many Television Programs About
           the Campaign Did R Watch, a Good Many, Several, or Just One
           or Two)
            52: V175             56: V199             60: V193  
            64: V284             68: V303             72: V463*  
            74: V2036            76: V3604            78: V56 
            80: V749;I32         82: V61[C]           84: V729 
            86: V64              90: V65              CWP:V65
            92: V5103            CF: V724

                --(if yes) How Many Television Programs Did R Watch: a
                   Good Many, Several, or Just One or Two (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V464*           74: V2037  
                     76: V3605           78: V57 
                     80: V750;I33        84: V730 
                     90: V66             CWP:V66
                     92: V5104
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   About Political Candidates and Events:  to See How
                   the Political Candidates Stand on the Issues, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2038
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   about Political Candidates and Events:  to Help R 
                   Decide How to Vote in an Election, Does This Reason
                   Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2039
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   about Political Candidates and Events:  to Enjoy 
                   the Excitement of an Election Race, Does This
                   Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2040
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   about Political Candidates and Events:  to Judge
                   What the Political Candidates are Like, Does This
                   Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2041
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   about Political Candidates and Events:  to be
                   Reminded of R's Candidate's Strong Points, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2042
                --(if yes) Reasons for Watching Television Programs
                   about Political Candidates and Events:  to Get
                   Something to Talk About with Other People, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2043
                --(if yes) Did R See Any Political Advertisements on
                   Television about the Candidates Running for the
                   U.S. Senate (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2044
                         ---(if yes) Did R Pay Close Attention, Some
                             Attention or No Attention to These
                             Advertisements
                                74: V2045
                --(if yes) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to News on TV
                   About the Campaign: a Great Deal, Quite a Bit,
                   Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     86: V65
                --(if any) Did the Television Reporting R Watched Take
                   Sides Either for or Against One of the Candidates
                   or Parties or Did it Not Take Sides (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V304
                         ---(if yes, took sides) Who Was it For/Against
                                68: V305
                         ---(if yes, took sides) Was it National or Local
                             Television
                                68: V306



       - ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to News on TV About the
           Campaign:  a Great Deal, Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little, or
           None
            90: V67                CWP:V67

       - How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Watch (1988: the
           News) (1986: a National News Program) (SS: News Programs)
           on TV [1-7 days]
            88: V128              92: V3201

                  --(if at all) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to News on
                     TV About the Campaign for President:  a Great
                     Deal, Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little, or None
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                       88: V129;ST259          92: V3202

       - How Much Attention Did You Pay to News on TV About the
           Presidential Primary Campaigns-- a Great Deal, Quite a Bit,
           Some, Very Little, or None
            88: V1402

       - In the Past Week, Did R See Any TV Commercials for a
           Presidential Candidate
            88: ST260,1403

       - Did R See Anything About the 'Most Important Problem' on
           Television Shortly Before Election Day  [asked of Rs who cited
           (a) 'most important' national problem(s)]
            74: V2094 

                --(if yes) Which Problem Did R See Program About [2 mentions]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2095,2106
                         ---(if specified) Level of Problem (International/
                            National/ State/ Local) Reference
                                74: V2096,2107
                         ---(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #1
                                74: V2097
                         ---(if specified) Person/ Actor Reference #2
                                74: V2098
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise #1
                                74: V2099
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #1
                                74: V2100
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise #2
                                74: V2101
                         ---(if specified) Criticism or Praise Object #2
                                74: V2102
                         ---(if specified) Proposal for Action Reference
                                74: V2103
                         ---(if specified) Keyword #1 in Problem Reference
                                74: V2104
                         ---(if specified) Keyword #2 in Problem Reference
                                74: V2105

       - How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Watch National News on
           TV [1-7 days]
            84: V110;CM401       86: V70               CF: V9035

                --(if at all) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to News on TV
                   About the Campaign for President:  a Great Deal,
                   Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little, or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V111;CM402  

       - On the Afternoon and Evening of Election Day, Did R Listen to
           the Radio or TV to Hear How the Election Was Coming Out
            64: V416 

       - On Election Day, Did R Think R Knew Pretty Well How the
           Election Was Going to Come Out
            64: V415  

                --(if yes) Did R Hear Any of the TV or Radio People
                   Predict Who Was Going to Win (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V417  

                         ---(if yes) On Which Network Did R Hear the
                             Prediction
                                64: V418  
                         ---(if yes) Was it This Information That Made R
                             Think R Knew How the Election Was Going
                             to Come Out [asked of Rs who also say {v415} they knew on election day
                             how the election was going to come out]
                                64: V419  
                         ---(if yes) Did R Hear These Particular
                             Predictions Before R Went to Vote or Was
                             This After R Voted [asked only of Rs who voted]
                                64: V420  



                                                                   
  General Exposure                                          V.B.2  
                                                                   

                                                               
         ALL MEDIA OR COMPARISON                       V.B.2.a 
                                                               

       - Which Does R Rely on Most for News About Politics and Current
           Events: Newspapers or Television [1974: asked of Rs who read a
           daily paper and who own a television]
            74: V2066            76: V3654  
       - In General, Which Does R Rely on Most for News About Politics
           and Current Events: Television, Newspapers, Magazines or
           Radio:
        . Television [marked/not marked]
            80: V213;I10
        . Newspapers [marked/not marked]
            80; V214;I11
        . Magazines [marked/not marked]
            80: V215;I12
        . Radio [marked/not marked]
            80: V216;I13

       - How Fair Was Media Coverage of Watergate  
            74: V2165  

       - How Does R Feel About the Information and Entertainment R
           Gets from TV, Newspapers, Radio and Magazines:  Delighted,
           Pleased, Mostly Satisfied, Mixed, Mostly Dissatisfied,
           Unhappy, Terrible
            72: V783*  

       - When Reading or Listening to the News, How Much Attention
           Does R Pay to Issues That Especially Affect Women as a
           Group
            CWP:V2701            92: V6001



                                                 
         MAGAZINES                       V.B.2.b 
                                                 

       - Does R Regularly Read a Weekly News Magazine such as Time,
           Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report or Some Other Weekly
           News Magazine
            80: I16 

                --(if yes) When R Reads Weekly News Magazines, How Much
                   Attention Does R Generally Pay to News About
                   Government and Politics: a Great Deal, Some, or Not
                   Much Attention (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I17 

       - During the Past Week, Did R Read a Weekly News Magazine Such
           as Time, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, or Some
           Other Weekly News Magazine
            84: V117 

                --(if yes) How Much Attention Did R Pay to Magazine
                   Articles About the Campaign for President: a Great
                   Deal, Some, Very Little or None (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V118 




                                                  
         NEWSPAPERS                       V.B.2.c 
                                                  

       - How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Read a Daily Newspaper 
            84: V112;CM403       86: V69              88: V130;
            90: V71              CWP:V71                  ST255
            92: V3203            PS: V33              CF: V9033

                --(if any) Which Paper or Papers (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V113-115;CM404-406           88: V131-133
                --(if any) Which Daily Newspaper Did R Read Most for News
                   About National Politics (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: ST256                 PS: V34*
      - Does R Read a Daily Newspaper (1980 I18: Regularly)
            74: V2046            76: V3639            78: V58 
            80: V754;I18,37      CF: V9034

                --(if yes) Which One(s) [1976: 2 mentions; 1978: 3 mentions,
                   alphabetic and numeric codes; 1980: 3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2047           76: V3640,3641
                     78: V59,60,62,63,   80: V755-757;I38
                          65,66
                         ---(if any mentions) City of Newspaper(s)
                                78: V61,64,67
                         ---(if more than 1 paper) What Local Paper Does R Read
                             Most for News About Politics and Current
                             Events [1978: alphabetic and numeric code and city of newspaper]
                                74: V2048
                                76: V3642
                                78: V69,70,71
                                80: V759;I140
                                    (if 1 paper read or 1 paper chosen from
                                    several read) ## Did This Newspaper
                                     Endorse or Take Sides for One of
                                     the Presidential Candidates or
                                     Parties, or Did it Not Endorse
                                     Anyone
                                          76: V3643
                                              (if yes, endorsed) Who Did it
                                               Endorse
                                                    76: V3644
                --(if yes) When R Reads the Papers, How Much Attention
                   Does R Generally Pay to News About Government and
                   Politics: a Great Deal, Some, or Not Much
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I19
                --(if yes) Some People Don't Have Time to Read the Whole
                   Daily Newspaper: On the Days When R Reads the
                   Paper, How Often Does R Read Stories About Ordinary
                   People Who do Something Interesting (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2049
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About Sports
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3647
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About National
                   Politics (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2050           76: V3648
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About State and
                   Local Politics (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2051           76: V3649
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About Things
                   People in R's Community Do (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2052           76: V3650
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About
                   International Affairs (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2053           76: V3651
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About Home and 
                   Gardening and Hobbies (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2054           76: V3652
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Stories About Crime and
                   Accidents (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2055           76: V3653
                --(if yes) How Often Does R Read Editorials and Opinion
                   Columns (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2056
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to See How
                   the Political Candidates Stand on the Issues, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2057
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to Help R 
                   Decide How to Vote in an Election, Does This Reason
                   Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2058
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to Enjoy the
                   Excitement of an Election Race, Does This Reason
                   Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2059
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to Judge
                   What the Political Candidates are Like, Does This
                   Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at All
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2060
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to be
                   Reminded of R's Candidate's Strong Points, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2061
                --(if yes) Reasons for Reading Newspaper Stories That Deal
                   with Political Candidates and Events:  to Get
                   Something to Talk About with Other People, Does
                   This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a Little, or Not at
                   All (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2062
                --(if yes) Did R Read Anything About the Campaign This
                   Year in Any Newspaper (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2063
                         ---(if yes) How Often Did R Read Newspaper
                             Articles About the U.S. Senate Campaign,
                             Regularly, Often, from Time to Time, or
                             Just Once in a Great While
                                74: V2064
                         ---(if yes) How Often Did R Read Newspaper
                             Articles About the U.S. House Campaign,
                             Regularly, Often, from Time to Time, or
                             Just Once in a Great While
                                74: V2065


                                             
         RADIO                       V.B.2.d 
                                             

       - Does R Regularly Listen to National News on the Radio 
            80: I20 

                --(if yes) When R Listens to National News on the Radio,
                   How Much Attention Does R Generally Pay to News
                   About Government and Politics: a Great Deal, Some,
                   or Not Much Attention (FOLLOWUP)
                                  80: I21 

       - Does R Listen to or Watch Talk Shows on Radio or TV
            92: V3210

                                                  
         TELEVISION                       V.B.2.e 
                                                  

       - How Often Does R Watch National News in the Early Morning:
           Frequently, Sometimes, Rarely or Never
            74: V2028 

       - How Often Does R Watch Entertainment Shows During the Day: 
           Frequently, Sometimes, Rarely or Never
            74: V2029            76: V3635 

       - How Often Does R Watch Local News Broadcasts in the Early
           Evening:  Frequently, Sometimes, Rarely or Never
            74: V2030 

                --(if at all) Which Local Station or Channel Does R Watch
                   Most Often for Local News in the Early Evening
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2035

       - How Often Does R Watch Entertainment Shows (1976: About 
           Police and Crime) in the Evening:  Frequently, Sometimes,
           Rarely or Never
            74: V2032            76: V3637

       - How Often Does R Watch Local News Broadcasts in the Late
           Evening:  Frequently, Sometimes, Rarely or Never
            74: V2033            76: V3638

       - How Often Does R Watch National (1980,1984: National Network
           News Early Evening) (1974,1976: Frequently, Sometimes,
           Rarely or Never; 1980,1984: 3 or 4 Times a Week, Once or
           Twice a Week, or Less Often)
            74: V2031            76: V3636            80: V217;I14
            84: V108

                --(if at all) Which National Evening News Does R Watch Most
                   Often (FOLLOWUP)
                     74: V2034
                --(if at all) When R Watches the News on TV, Does R Pay a
                   Great Deal of Attention to News About Government or
                   Politics, Some Attention or Not Much Attention
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V218;I15        84: V109
                --(if at all) ## How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Watch
                   National News on TV? [1-7 days] (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V110;CM401
                         ---(if at all) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to
                             News on TV About the Campaign for
                             President:  a Great Deal, Quite a Bit,
                             Some, Very Little, or None
                                 84: V111;CM402

       - ## How Many Days in the Past Week Did R Watch (1988: the
           News) (1986: a National News Program) (PS: News Programs)
           on TV [1-7 days]
            86: V70              88: V128             90: V72
            CWP:V72                  ST258            92: V3201
            PS: V32              CF: V9035

                  --(if at all) ## How Much Attention Did R Pay to News on
                     TV About the Campaign for President:  a Great
                     Deal, Quite a Bit, Some, Very Little, or None
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                       88: V129;ST259


       - How Fair and Accurate Does R Find Television News Reporting: 
            Usually Fair and Accurate, Sometimes Fair and Accurate, or
            Rarely Fair and Accurate
            72: V465* 

       - How Good a Job is Being Done for the Country as a Whole by
           National TV News (9-Point Scale)
            74: V2250            80: V769;I448 

       - How Much Influence and Power Should the National TV News
           Have in Our Society:  Much Less, Less, a Little Less, Same
           as Now, a Little More, More, Much More
            74: V2257  

       - How Fair Was the Television and Newspaper Coverage of the
           Nixon Administration's Involvement in the Watergate Affair:
           Very Fair, Somewhat Fair, Not Very Fair, or Didn't R Follow
           This Very Closely
            74: V2165  

       - Feeling Thermometers for (television anchormen):
        . Walter Cronkite  
            74: V2344  
        . John Chancellor  
            74: V2345  
        . Howard K. Smith  
            74: V2350 

       - In Past Week Did R Watch or Listen to Religious TV Programs
            88: V532              CWP:V2580

                  --(if yes) How Many Times (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: V533

        - Does R Listen to or Watch Talk Shows on Radio or TV
            92: V3210



















                                     V.C

                   R's Activity and Knowledge of Information
                 in Noncampaign Politics and Public Service 




         For R's knowledge about parties, see Chapter II section B, Evaluation
           and Knowledge of parties.
         For R's knowledge of media broadcasting about politics and Government,
           see V.B.2., Media Exposure and Coverage, General Exposure.
         See Chapter II, sections A.3.g and A.4.f for R-initiated contact with
           seated House Representative or Senator(s).




                                                                   
  Attention to/ Interest in Politics                        V.C.1  
    and Government                                                  
                                      

       - How Much Attention Does R Pay to Politics Day to Day, When
           There isn't any Big Election Campaign Going on:  Does R
           Follow Politics Very Closely, Fairly Closely, or Not Much
           at All
            62: V40

       - Generally Speaking, How Interested is R in Politics:  a Great
           Deal, Somewhat or Not at All Extent R Follows Government
           and Public Affairs  
            60: V115,225






       - Some People Seem to Think About What's Going on in Government
           (all years exc. 1964: and Public Affairs) All the Time
           Whether There's an Election Going on or Not.  Others Aren't
           that Interested:  Does R Follow What's Going on in
           Government (all years exc. 1964: and Public Affairs) All
           the Time, Some of the Time, Only Now and Then, Hardly at
           All (1964: or Never)
            64: V324             66: V64              68: V430
            72: V476             74: V2027            76: V3599
            78: V310             80: V974;I654        82: V294[C]
            84: V988;CM146       86: V301             88: V812;ST107
            90: V321             CWP:V321             92: V5721
            CF: V313

                --(if follows at least 'only now and then') Does R Pay
                   a Great Deal of Attention, Some Attention or Not Much
                   Attention to International and World Affairs (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V431
                --(if follows at least 'only now and then') Does R Pay
                   a Great Deal of Attention, Some Attention or Not Much
                   Attention to National Affairs (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V432
                --(if follows at least 'only now and then') Does R Pay
                   a Great Deal of Attention, Some Attention or Not Much
                   Attention to State Affairs (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V433
                --(if follows at least 'only now and then') Does R Pay
                   a Great Deal of Attention, Some Attention or Not Much
                   Attention to Local Affairs (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V434
                --(if follows at least 'only now and then') Which Does
                    R Follow Most Closely: International, National, State
                    or Local Affairs.  Next Most Closely.  Least Closely
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V65-67          68: V425

       - Does  Pay More or Less Attention than R to Public
           Affairs or About the Same: [asked if R has discussed 'Most
           Important Problem' with this person during the 'last week/month
           or two']:
        . Spouse
            76: V3696
        . Other Family Member or Relative
            76: V3698
        . Someone at Work
            76: V3700
        . Friend or Neighbor
            76: V3702
        . Anyone Else
            76: V3704






                                                                   
  Knowledge of Political/Public Information                 V.C.2  
                                                                    

          For R's recall of the names of House and Senate candidates, see: 
            II.A.3.d., Knowledge of Candidates (House), p.203. and II.A.4.d.,
            Knowledge of Candidates (Senate), p.227.  See these sections also
            for specific knowledge about R's House/Senate candidates, including
            name recognition.

       - What Job or Political Office Do the Following Hold: 
        . Yasser Afafat
            88: V876[&896]
        . George Bush 
            86: V343 
        . Robert Dole 
            86: V347 
        . Tom Foley
            90: V401             CWP:V401
        . Mikhail Gorbachev
            88: V874[&894]       90: V398              CWP:V398
        . Ted Kennedy
            88: 871[&891]
        . Nelson Mandela
            90: V400             CWP:V400
        . George Mitchell
            90: V396             CWP:V396
        . Tip O'Neill 
            86: V348 
        . Dan Quayle
            90: V395             CWP:V395
        . William Rehnquist 
            86: V345             88: V873[&893]       90: V397
            CWP:V397
        . George Schultz
            88: V872[&892]
        . Margaret Thatcher
            88: V875[&895]       90: V399             CWP:V399
        . Paul Volcker 
            86: V346 
        . Caspar Weinberger 
            86: V344 
        . Jim Wright
            88: V877[&897]

       - Has R Heard of:
        . John Anderson 
            80: V75;I184         84: CM206 
        . Reuben Askew 
            84: CM208 
        . Bruce Babbitt
            88: ST123,1214
        . Howard Baker 
            80: V70;I189         84: CM211 
        . Lloyd Bentsen 
            84: CM215 
        . Jerry Brown 
            80: V69;I188 
        . Dale Bumpers 
            84: CM216 
        . George Bush 
            80: V72;I191         84: CM210            88: ST127,1208
            PS: V80
        . Jimmy Carter 
            80: V64;I182 
        . John Connally 
            80: V67;I186 
        . Philip Crane 
            80: V73;I192 
        . Alan Cranston 
            84: CM205 
        . Mario Cuomo 
            84: CM217            88: ST134,1222
        . Robert Dole 
            80: V74;I193         84: CM213            88: ST130,1209
        . Michael Dukakis
            88: ST121,1215       PS: V81*
        . Pierre DuPont
            88: ST132,1210
        . Geraldine Ferraro 
            84: CM218 
        . Tom Foley
            92: V5919            PS: V595*
        . Gerald Ford 
            80: V68;I187 
        . Richard Gephardt
            88: ST125,1216
        . John Glenn 
            84: CM202 
        . Albert Gore
            88: ST120,1217       PS: V594*
        . Alexander Haig
            88: ST128,1211
        . Gary Hart 
            84: CM214            88: ST122,1220
        . Ernest Hollings 
            84: CM207 
        . Jesse Jackson 
            84: CM209            88: ST124,1218
        . Jack Kemp
            88: ST131,1212
        . Ted Kennedy 
            80: V66;I185         84: CM203            88: ST135,1223
        . Patrick Lucey 
            80: V76;I194 
        . George McGovern 
            84: CM212 
        . Walter Mondale 
            80: V71;I190         84: CM204 
        . Sam Nunn
            88: ST133,1221
        . Dan Quayle
            92: V5916            PS: V593*
        . Ronald Reagan 
            80: V65;I183         84: CM201 
        . William Rehnquist
            92: V5917            PS: V596*
        . Pat Robertson
            88: ST129,1213
        . Paul Simon
            88: ST126,1219
        . Lowell Weicker
            PS: V97*
        . Boris Yeltsin
            92: V5918

       - Which Party Had Most Members in House of Representatives 
           (1958-68: Congressmen) in Washington Before the Election
            58: V19              60: V226             64: V305 
            66: V100             68: V386             70: V207 
            72: V950*            76: V3683            78: V500 
            80: V1028;I419       82: V523[C]          84: V1006 
            86: V349[&351]       88: V878             90: V402
            CWP:V402             92: V5951            CF: V729,731

       - Which Party Elected the Most Members to the House of 
           Representatives (1958-68: Congressmen) in This Election 
           (1984: As Result of Election, Which Party Will Have the  
           Most Members) 
            58: V20              60: V227             64: V306 
            66: V101             68: V387             70: V208 
            72: V951*            76: V3684            78: V501 
            80: V1029;I420       82: V524[C]          84: V1007 
            CF: V730,731

       - Which Party Had Most Members in U.S. Senate Before the  
           Election
            82: V525             84: V1008            86: V350[&352]
            88: V879             90: V403             92: V5952
            CWP:V403

       - Which Party Elected the Most Members to the U.S. Senate 
          in This Election (1984, As Result of Election, Which 
          Party Will Have the Most Members) 
            82: V526             84: V1009 


       - Is House Candidate/ Either House Candidate Already in Office
             58: V97             64: V312             66: V93
             68: V383            78: V180,181         80: V912,913
             82: V169-174[C]     84: V929-934         86: V213-218
             88: V708-713        90: V231-236;        CF: V977
             CWP:V231-236        PS: V204-206*

       - Was Either Senate Candidate an Incumbent 
             78: V255,275        PS: V201,203*

                 --(if yes) Which Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                        78: V256,276         PS: V202*
 - Does R Remember Which Republican Candidate Won the Iowa
          Caucuses: Which One.  Summary.
            88: ST205,206

       - Does R Remember Which Democratic Candidate Won the Iowa
          Caucuses: Which One.  Summary.
            88: ST207,208

       - Does R Remember Which Republican Candidate Won the New
          Hampshire Primary: Which One.  Summary.
            88: ST209,210

       - Does R Remember Which Democratic Candidate Won the New
          Hampshire Primary: Which One.  Summary.
            88: ST211,212

       - Which Candidate Won the Democratic Presidential Primary in
          R's State. Summary
            88: ST1318,1319

       - Which Candidate Won the Republican Presidential Primary in
          R's State. Summary
            88: ST1320,1321

       - Does R Happen to Know (1968: If You Had to Guess) About How
           Many Cents of the Federal Tax Dollar Go to the Defense
           Department These Days (1972: National Defense and Military
           Expenses)
            70: V256             72: V70

       - If R Had to Guess, About How Many Cents of the Federal Tax
           Dollar Go to Programs Having to Do with Health, Education
           and Other Social Welfare Expenses
            72: V71

       - If R Had to Guess, About How Many Cents of the Federal Tax
           Dollar Go to Foreign Aid:  Money Sent to Other Countries 
           but Not Including Money Used in the Vietnam War
            72: V72



       - If the U.S. Congress Passes a Law is There Any Way That the
           Law Can be Changed Without the Agreement of Congress
            70: V257

                 --(if yes) How (FOLLOWUP)
                     70: V258

       - How Many Times Can an Individual be Elected President of the
           U.S.
            70: V259             72: V943*

       - How Long is the Term of Office for a U.S. Senator
            70: V260             72: V944*

       - How Long is the Term of Office for a Member of the House of
           Representatives in Washington DC
            70: V261             72: V949*

       - Does R Know Where the Courts Get Their Lists of Names Used
           for Selecting Individuals to Serve on Jury Duty
            CWP:V2840

                --(if R knows) From Where
                     CWP:V2841-2843

       - What Are the First Ten Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
           Called
            CWP:V2848             

       - Whose Responsibility is it to Decide if a Law is
           Constitutional or Not
            CWP:V2849             92: V5920

       - Whose Responsibility is it to Nominate Judges to the Federal
           Courts
            CWP:V2850             92: V5921

       - How Much of a Majority is Required for the U.S. Senate and
           House to Override a Presidential Veto
            CWP:V2851

       - How Many Times Can an Individual Be Elected President
            CWP:V2852

       - How Long is the Term of Office for a United States Senator
            CWP:V2853




       - Summary:  Number of Correct Responses
            CWP:V2854


                                                                   
  Noncampaign Political Activities/ Public Service          V.C.3  
    or Involvement                                                 
                                                                    

                                                   
         DISCUSSIONS                       V.C.3.a 
                                                   

                                           
                        General V.C.3.a(1) 
                                           

       - Does R Ever Discuss Politics with R's Family or Friends 
            84: V105             86: V66              90: V68
            CWP:V68              92: V5105

                --(if yes) How Often: Every Day, 3 or 4 Times a Week, Once
                   or Twice a Week, or Less Than That (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V106            86: V67 
                     90: V69             CWP:V69
                     92: V5106
                --(if yes) ## How Many Days During the Past Week Did R
                   Talk Politics with R's Family or Friends (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V107            86: V68 
                     92: V5107

       - ## How Many Days During the Past Week Did R Talk Politics
           with R's Family or Friends
            88: V127             90: V70               CWP:V70

       - After the Presidential Election, Did R Talk With Anyone About
           How the Election Came Out
            76: V3541 

                --(if yes) Who:  Spouse (Yes/No) (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3542 
                --(if yes) Who:  Other Family or Relatives (Yes/No)
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3543 
                --(if yes) Who:  People at Work (Yes/No) (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3544 
                --(if yes) Who:  Friends and Neighbors (Yes/No) (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3545 
                --(if yes) Who:  Others (Yes/No) (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3546 
                --(if yes) Of Those R Talked to Outside of R's Household,
                   How Many Voted in the Presidential Primary
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3547






                                                     
                         R's neighborhood V.C.3.a(2) 
                                                     

       - Are There People in R's Neighborhood with Whom R or R's
           Family Gets Together: People with Whom R/Family Visits,
           Goes to the Movies/Ball Games or Talks
            80: I726

                --(if yes) First Names of Persons [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I727
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #1
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I728,729
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #1 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I730
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #1 [list shown to R]
                                80: I731
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #1
                                80: I740
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #1
                                           80: I741
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #1 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I742
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #1 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I743
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #2
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I732,733
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #2 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I734
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #2 [list shown to R]
                                80: I735
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #2
                                80: I744
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #2
                                           80: I745



                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #2 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I746
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #2 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I747
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #3
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I736,737
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #3 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I738
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #3 [list shown to R]
                                80: I739
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #3
                                80: I748
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #3
                                           80: I749
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #3 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I750
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #3 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I751


                                               
          GROUPS                       V.C.3.b 
                                               

       - Does R Belong to Any Political Club or Organization
            52: V207             56: V219             60: V219  
            62: V53              64: V316             68: V400  
            70: V172             72: V392             78: V463 
            80: V798;I54         82: V477[C] 

       - In the Last 6 Months (1992: 12 Months), Has R Worked with
           Others or Joined an Organization Trying to Do Something
           About Some National Problem
            84: V842 



        - In the Last 6 Months (1992: Twelve Months), Has R Worked
            with Others or Joined an Organization in R's Community 
            Trying to Do Something About Some Community Problem
            CWP:V2845             92: V6144

       - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities Related to National Politics and the Government
           in Washington [list shown to R]:
        . Worked With Others or Joined an Organization Trying to do
           Something About Some National Problem
            76: V3047
                --(if yes) Was Working with Others or Joining an
                   Organization Generally Successful or Not Successful
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3054
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3055

       - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities R's Local Community [list shown to R]:
        . Worked With Others or Joined an Organization in R's
           Community to Do Something About Some Community Problem
            76: V3067
                --(if yes) Was Working with Others or Joining an
                   Organization Generally Successful or Not Successful
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3076
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3077

       - Civic Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
          'Activity')
            52: V214*            72: V395  

       - Has R Had Time to Devote to Volunteer Work in the Last 12
           Months
            CWP:V2829            92: V6138















                                                                  
          LETTER-WRITING OR PROTEST                       V.C.3.c 
                                                                  

       - Has R Ever Written to Any Public Officials Giving R's Opinion
           About Something that Should be Done
            64: V318             68: V425             72: V474  
            76: V3537            CF: V722

                  --(if yes) How Many Letters in the Past 4 Years
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V3l9            68: V426  
                  --(if yes) Were Any of These to Congressmen in
                     Washington.  How Many (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V320            68: V427  

       - Has R Ever Written a Letter to the Editor of a Newspaper or
           Magazine Giving Any Political Opinions
            64: V321             68: V428             72: V475  
            76: V3538 

                  --(if yes) How Many Letters in the Past 4 Years
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V322            68: V429  

       - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities Related to National Politics and the Government
           in Washington [list shown to R]:
        . Written to the Editor of a Newspaper or Magazine About Some
           National Problem
            76: V3046 
                --(if yes) Was Writing a Letter to the Editor Generally
                   Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3052
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3053
        . Spoken to or Written R's Congressman or Other National
           Leader
            76: V3048
                --(if yes) Was Speaking to or Writing a National Leader
                   Generally Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3056
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3057
        . Signed a Petition Either For or Against Action by the
           National Government
            76: V3049
                --(if yes) Was Signing a Petition Generally Successful or
                   Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3058



                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3059
        . Taken Part in a Sit-in Demonstration or Protest Concerned
           with Some National Problem
            76: V3050
                --Checkpoint: Did R Protest or Demonstrate (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3062
                --(if yes) Has R Been in a Sit-in, Protest or
                   Demonstration Concerned with Some National Problem
                   Only Once or Twice or More Often Than That in the
                   Past 2-3 Years (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3063
                --(if yes) What Was the (Most Recent) Demonstration or
                   Protest All About (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3064
                --(if yes) Was Demonstrating or Protesting Generally
                   Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3060
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3061
        . Summary Checkpoint
            76: V3051

       - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities R's Local Community [list shown to R]:
        . Attended Meetings of City Council or School Board
            76: V3065
                --(if yes) Was Attending Meeting Generally Successful or
                   Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3072
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3073
        . Written to the Editor of the Local Newspaper About Some
           Public Problem
            76: V3066 
                --(if yes) Was Writing a Letter to the Local Editor
                   Generally Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3074
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3075
        . Spoken to or Written an Official About Some Local Problem
            76: V3068
                --(if yes) Was Speaking to or Writing Local Leader
                   Generally Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3078
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3079


        . Signed a Petition Either For or Against Action by the
           Local Government
            76: V3069
                --(if yes) Was Signing a Petition Generally Successful or
                   Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3080
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3081
        . Taken Part in a Sit-in Demonstration or Protest Concerned
           with Some Local Problem
            76: V3070
                --Checkpoint: Did R Protest or Demonstrate (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3084
                --(if yes) Has R Been in a Sit-in, Protest or
                   Demonstration Concerned with Some Local Problem
                   Only Once or Twice or More Often Than That in the
                   Past 2-3 Years (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3085
                --(if yes) What Was the (Most Recent) Demonstration or
                   Protest All About (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3086
                --(if yes) Was Demonstrating or Protesting Generally
                   Successful or Not Successful (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3082
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3083


                                              
          OTHER                       V.C.3.d 
                                              


       - If R Were Selected to Serve on a Jury, Would R Be Happy to
            Do So or Would R Rather Not Serve
               CWP:V2844         92: V6143

       - Has R Been Able to Contribute Any Money to Church or Charity
           in the Last 12 Months (or Has it Been More Difficult)
              CWP:V2846          92: V6145  

                 --(if yes) How Much
                        CWP:V2847

       - Has R Had Time to Devote to Volunteer Work in the Last 12
           Months
            CWP:V2829            92: V6138

       - Did a Census Worker Visit R or Did Member of R's Family Mail
           in a Census Form Last Year
            CWP:V2828












                                     V.D

                            Voting and Registration





                                                                   
  Perceptions about Vote                                    V.D.1  
                                                                    

                                                                             
          HOW IMPORTANT IS VOTE, VOTE INTEREST                       V.D.1.a 
                                                                             

       - Did R Care a Great Deal About Whether R Voted, Cared Somewhat
           or Didn't Care Too Much This Time [asked only of voters]
            56: V210             58: V79              60: V209

       - It Isn't so Important to Vote When You Know Your Party
           Doesn't Have Any Chance to Win (Agree/Disagree)
            52: V117             56: V110             60: V109  
            72: V287             76: V3348            78: V422 
            80: V143;I433        CF: V617

       - A Good Many Local Elections Not Important Enough to Bother
           With  (Agree/Disagree)
            52: V121             56: V114             60: V113  
            72: V290             76: V3351            78: V425 
            80: V146;I436        CF: V618

       - Was There Any Special Contest That R Was More Interested in
           Than the Others. Which One.  [asked only of voters]
            58: V80             

       - Was There Any Special Contest in the Primary That R Was More
           Interested in Than Others. What. [asked of Rs who voted in a primary election]
            58: V92              68: V140



       - Does R Feel That President Kennedy Had Any Special Interest
           in the Election for Congress in R's District.  What [asked only of
                               voters]
            62: V46,47

       - Does R Have Any Friends, Relatives or Co-Workers Who Would be
           Upset if R Didn't Vote
            CWP:V2835

       - Which of the Following Statements Applied to R: [list shown to R]
                         [asked of nonvoters only]
        . Wasn't Interested in the Election
            76: V3662
        . R Felt R's Vote Wouldn't Have Mattered in the Election
            76: V3663



                                                                   
          HOW OTHERS VOTE/ WILL VOTE                       V.D.1.b 
                                                                   

                                           
                         Groups V.D.1.b(1) 
                                           

       - Does R Think Farmers Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split  [1956: asked of farmers only]
            52: V96              56: V134

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Farmers Vote (1956: More)
                   Democratic/Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V105            56: V135,136
                --(if R has opinion) How About Farmers R Knows in R's Area: 
                   Will They be Voting About the Same as Other Farmers
                   Around the Country or Will They be Voting
                   Differently (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V137
                         ---(if differently) Why
                                56: V138
                --(if R has opinion) How About Farmer Leaders Around the
                   Country:  Will More of Them Vote Democratic or Will
                   More of Them Vote Republican or Will They be About
                   Evenly Split; [IF MORE DEMOCRATIC/REPUBLICAN] Will
                   a Lot More of Them Vote Democratic/Republican or
                   Only a Few More (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V139
                         ---(if R has opinion other than 'evenly split') Is R
                             Thinking of Any Particular Farm Leaders or
                             Organization: Which Ones.
                                56: V140

       - Does R Think Working Class People Around the Country Will
           Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be
           About Evenly Split
            52: V97              56: V142  

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Working Class People Vote
                   Democratic/Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V106            56: V143,144

       - Does R Think Black People Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split [1956: asked only of black Rs]
            52: V98              56: V156

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Black People Vote Democratic/
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V107            56: V157

       - Does R Think Black Leaders Will Vote Mostly Republican,
           Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly Split [1956: asked
                               only of black Rs]
            52: V98              56: V158

                --(if R has opinion other than 'evenly split') Is R Thinking of Any
                   Particular Black Leaders or Organization: Which
                   Ones. (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V159

       - Does R Think Middle Class People Around the Country Will
           Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be
           About Evenly Split
            52: V99              56: V145

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Middle Class People Vote
                   Democratic/Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V108            56: V146,147

       - Does R Think Big Business Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split
            52: V100

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Big Business Vote Democratic/
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V109

       - Does R Think Labor Union People Around the Country Will
           Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be
           About Evenly Split [1956: asked only of Rs who live in
           household where R or head is a union member]
            52: V101             56: V149





                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Labor Union People Vote
                   Democratic/Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V110            56: V150
                --(if R has opinion) How About Members of R's/Head's Union:
                   Will They be Voting About the Same as Union Members
                   in General Around the Country or Will They be
                   Voting Differently (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V151
                         ---(if differently) Why
                                56: V152
                --(if DK) How About Members of R's/Head's Union: Will
                   They Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly Democratic or
                   Will They be About Evenly Split (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V153
                         ---(if R has opinion) Why
                                56: V154

       - Does R Think Leaders of R's/Head's Union Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split [asked only of Rs who live in household where R or
           head is a union member]
            56: V148

                --(if R has any opinions) Summary: Negative References Made by
                   R About Unions (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V155

       - Does R Think Protestants Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split [1956: asked only of catholic Rs, jewish Rs]
            52: V102             56: V160,166

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Protestants Vote Democratic/
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V111

       - Does R Think Catholics Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split [1956: asked only of catholic Rs]
            52: V103             56: V161

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Catholics Vote Democratic/
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V112            56: V162

       - Does R Think Catholic Leaders Will Vote Mostly Republican,
           Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly Split [1956: asked
                               only of catholic Rs]
            56: V163

                --(if R has opinion other than 'evenly split') Is R Thinking of Any
                   Particular Catholic Leaders or Organization: Which
                   Ones. (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V164


       - Summary:  Content Code for Vote Perceptions of Catholic Rs
            56: V165

       - Does R Think Jews Around the Country Will Vote Mostly
           Republican, Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly
           Split [1956: asked only of jewish Rs]
            52: V104             56: V167

                --(if R has opinion) Why Will Jews Vote Democratic/
                   Republican (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V113            56: V168

       - Does R Think Jewish Leaders Will Vote Mostly Republican,
           Mostly Democratic or Will They be About Evenly Split [1956: asked
                               only of jewish Rs]
            56: V169

                --(if R has opinion other than 'evenly split') Is R Thinking of Any
                   Particular Jewish Leaders or Organization: Which
                   Ones. (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V170



                                                      
                       Persons in R's life V.D.1.b(2) 
                                                      

       - How Did R's Friends Vote in the Election: Did They Vote
           Mostly Democratic, Mostly Republican or Were They Split
           Pretty Even
            52: V192

                --(unless R has no friends) Does R Think Any of Their Opinions
                   About the Election Had Anything to Do With the Way
                   R Decided to Vote [asked of voters only] (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V193

       - How Did the People Where R Works Vote in the Election: Did
           They Vote Mostly Democratic, Mostly Republican or Were They
           Split Pretty Even
            52: V194

                --(unless R doesn't work, works alone, or is a farmer or
                   housewife) Does R Think Any of Their Opinions About the
                   Election Had Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to
                   Vote [asked of voters only] (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V195

       - How About R's Husband/Wife: Did S/he Vote Democratic or
           Republican [asked only of married Rs]
            52: V196





                --(unless R not married) Does R Think Any of His/Her Opinions
                   About the Election Had Anything to Do With the Way
                   R Decided to Vote [asked of voters only] (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V197

       - How About R's Family: Did They Vote Democratic or Republican
           [asked of unmarried Rs only]
            52: V198

                --(unless R has no family) Does R Think Any of Their Opinions 
                   About the Election Had Anything to Do With the Way
                   R Decided to Vote [asked of voters only] (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V199

       - How Does R Think R's 5 Best Friends Are Likely to Vote
            52: V115

       - How Does R Think Spouse is Likely to Vote: Democratic or
           Republican [asked of married Rs]
            52: V114,196       

       - How Did R's Husband/Wife Vote for President: Democratic or
           Republican [asked of married Rs]
            56: V227             60: V251  

       - R's neighbors:  As Far as R Knows, Does Neighbor Plan to Vote
           for Reagan, Carter or Anderson [for Rs who have given 3 mentions
           of people in R's neighborhood with whom R 'gets together']
            80: I743,747,751



                                                 
          OUTCOMES                       V.D.1.c 
                                                 

       - How Do the Election for Congress Usually go in R's District: 
           Do the Democrats Win About as Often as the Republicans or
           Does One Party Win Most of the Time [IF ONE PARTY USUALLY
           WINS] Which Party. Do They Usually Win by Quite a Big
           Margin or is the Election Fairly Close
            58: V93

                --(if R has opinion) Has This Changed Any Over the Past Few
                   Years [IF YES] Which Way Has it Changed (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V94

       - Who Did R Think Would be Elected President in November (post)
            68: V337





                --(if not Wallace) How Did Close Did R Think Wallace Would
                   Come to Winning: Fairly Close, Not Very Close or
                   Not Close at all (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V338

       - Which Candidate for President Did R Think Would Carry R's
           State (post)
            68: V339          

                --(if not Wallace) How Did Close Did R Think Wallace Would
                   Come to Winning in R's State: Fairly Close, Not
                   Very Close or Not Close at all (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V338

       - How Close Did R Think the Presidential Race Would be in R's
           State: Fairly Close, Not Very Close or Not Close at All
           (post)
            68: V340

         Perceptions 1976, presidential:
       - Groups R Sees As Better Off by Electing Carter
          . Blacks 
           76: V3325 
          . Businessmen 
           76: V3316 
          . Catholics 
           76: V3320 
          . Conservatives 
           76: V3326 
          . Farmers 
           76: V3330 
          . Jews 
           76: V3322 
          . Liberals 
           76: V3317 
          . Middle Class People 
           76: V3328 
          . Older People 
           76: V3331 
          . Poor People 
           76: V3319 
          . Protestants 
           76: V3321 
          . Southerners 
           76: V3318 
          . Whites 
           76: V3324 
          . Women 
           76: V3327 
          . Workingmen 
           76: V3329 
          . Young People 
           76: V3323 


         Perceptions 1976, presidential:
       - Groups R Sees As Better off by Electing Ford
          . Blacks 
           76: V3341 
          . Businessmen 
           76: V3332   
          . Catholics 
           76: V3336   
          . Conservatives 
           76: V3342   
          . Farmers 
           76: V3346   
          . Jews 
           76: V3338   
          . Liberals 
           76: V3333   
          . Middle Class People 
           76: V3344   
          . Older People 
           76: V3347   
          . Poor People 
           76: V3335   
          . Protestants 
           76: V3337 
          . Southerners 
           76: V3334 
          . Whites 
           76: V3340 
          . Women 
           76: V3343 
          . Workingmen 
           76: V3345 
          . Young People 
           76: V3339 

       - Does it Make Difference to Country Whether Republicans or
          Democrats Win 1952.  Reasons. 
           52: V22-24

         Perceptions 1952, presidential:
       - Does It Make a Difference to Country That Eisenhower Won  
          Instead of Stevenson
           52: V171  

                --(if yes) Reasons for Opinion (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V172  









                                                                              
 PREDICTIONS AND POSSIBILITIES FOR ELECTION OR NOMINATION             V.D.1.d 
                                                                              

       - Who Does R Think Will be Elected President in November (PRE)
            52: V13              56: V12              60: V17  
            64: V18              68: V25,336          72: V25  
            76: V3026            80: V54;I1           84: V76 
            88: V98              92: V3102            CF: V714

                --(if R makes choice) Does R Think it Will be a Close Race or
                   Will R's Predicted Candidate Win by Quite a Bit
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V14             56: V13  
                     60: V18             64: V19  
                     68: V26             72: V26  
                     76: V3027           80: V55;I3 
                     84: V77             88: V99
                     92: V3103           CF: V714
                --(if R doesn't choose Anderson) How Does R Think
                   Anderson Will Do in the November Elections:  Will
                   he Finish in Second Place, Finish a Close Third
                   or Will he Clearly Trail Behind the Other Candidates
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V56;I4 

       - Will the Vote for President be Pretty Evenly Split or Not in
           R's State
            52: V15

       - Which Presidential Candidate Does R Think Will Carry R's
           State (PRE)
            52: V16              72: V27              76: V3028
            80: V57;I5           84: V78              88: V100
            92: V3104

                --(if R has opinion) Does R Think it Will be a Close Race
                   Here in R's State or Will Candidate Win by Quite a
                   Bit (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V28             76: V3029  
                     80: V58;I6          84: V79 
                     88: V101            92: V3105
                --(if R doesn't choose Anderson) How Does R Think Anderson Will 
                   Do in the Elections in R's State:  Will he Finish
                   in Second Place, Finish a Close Third or Will he
                   Clearly Trail Behind the Other Candidates
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V59;I7 

       - What are the Chances of Ronald Reagan Winning the 1984
           Presidential Election
            84: CM1001 




       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would Walter Mondale Have for
           Winning Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1002 

       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would John Glen Have for Winning
           Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1003 

       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would Alan Cranston Have for Winning
           Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1004 

       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would Jesse Jackson Have for Winning
           Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1005 

       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would Ted Kennedy Have for Winning
           Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1006 

       - If He Were Nominated as the 1984 Democratic Presidential
           Candidate, what Chance Would Gary Hart Have for Winning
           Against Ronald Reagan 
            84: CM1007 

       - Who Does R Think is Likely to be the Democratic Presidential
           Candidate Nominee in 1980 [list shown to R]
            80: I73 

                --(if R has opinion) Will this Candidate Win the Nomination
                   Easily or will Candidate Face Strong Competition at
                   the Convention (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I74 
                         ---(if R does not say 'win easily') What Other
                             Candidats Have at Least Some Chance for the
                             Democratic Nomination [this queston was asked
                             only of Rs with a valid party ID code]
                                80: I75
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Carter
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I76
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Kennedy
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I77
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Brown
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I78
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Mondale
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I79
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Other
                                 Candidate Mentioned
                                    80: I80

       - Using a Scale from 0 to 100, What are the Chances that
           Candidate Will Win the Democratic Nomination for President
           in 1984:
        . Alan Cranston 
            84: CM313 
        . John Glenn 
            84: CM312 
        . Gary Hart 
            84: CM316 
        . Jesse Jackson 
            84: CM314 
        . Ted Kennedy 
            84: CM315 
        . Walter Mondale 
            84: CM311 

       - Who Does R Think is Likely to be the Republican Presidential
           Candidate Nominee in 1980 [list shown to R]
            80: I90 

                --(if R has opinion) Will this Candidate Win the Nomination
                   Easily or will Candidate Face Strong Competition at
                   the Convention (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I91
                         ---(if R does not say 'win easily') What Other
                             Candidats Have at Least Some Chance for the
                             Democratic Nomination [this queston was
                             asked only of Rs with a valid party ID code]
                                80: I92
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Reagan
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I93
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Anderson
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I94
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Connally
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I95
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Ford
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I96
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Baker
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I97
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Bush
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I98
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Crane
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I99
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Dole
                                 Mentioned
                                    80: I100
                                (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Other
                                 Candidate Mentioned
                                    80: I101

       - ## Who Does R Think is Most Likely to Win the Republican/
           Democratic Primary in R's State [asked of Rs who intend
           to vote in the republican/democratic primary in Rs state]
            80: VI152
                --(if R makes choice) ## Will the Race be Close or Will
                   Candidate Win by Quite a Lot (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I153 

       - ## Who Does R Think is Most Likely to Win the Republican/
           Democratic Primary [asked of Rs who do not intend to vote
           in the primary in R's state but who have indicated whether
           they would vote in the republican or the democratic primary
           if they were inclined to vote]
            80: I156

                --(if R makes choice) ## Will the Race be Close or Will
                   Candidate Win by Quite a Lot (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I157 

       - Is the Following Statement True: I am Not Voting for Anderson
           Because He Has no Chance of Winning the Election [asked of Rs who
                               intend to vote for candidate other than Anderson but who have considered 
                               voting for Anderson; and of Rs who do not intend
                               to vote and whose preference is for a candidate other than Anderson but 
                               who have considered voting for Anderson]
                               80: V139;I163

       - Because George Wallace is Running as a 3rd Party Candidate
           for President in 1968, There Has Been Some Discussion About
           How the Electoral College System Might Affect the Choice of
           President:  Has R Paid Any Attention to This Question or
           Heard Any Talk About it. [IF YES]  How Likely Does R Think
           it is That No Candidate Will Receive a Majority of
           Electoral College Votes This Year:  Very Likely, Somewhat
           Likely, or Not Very Likely
            68: V136  

                --(if very or somewhat likely) Why is it Likely (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V137

       - Which Democratic Candidate Does R Think Will Do Best in
          R's Own State Presidential Primary. Summary.
            88: ST201,202


       - Which Republican Candidate Does R Think Will Do Best in
          R's Own State Presidential Primary. Summary.
            88: ST203,204

       - What Chances Does R Think Democratic Presidential
          Candidate Has to Win Party Nomination
           . Bruce Babbitt
            88: ST232
           . Michael Dukakis
            88: ST230,1322
           . Richard Gephardt
            88: ST234,1323
           . Albert Gore
            88: ST229,1324
           . Gary Hart
            88: ST231,1327
           . Jesse Jackson
            88: ST233,1325
           . Paul Simon
            88: ST235,1326

       - What Chances Does R Think Republican Presidential
          Candidate Has to Win Party Nomination:
          . George Bush
            88: ST236,1328
          . Robert Dole
            88: ST239,1329
          . Pierre DuPont
            88: ST241
          . Alexander Haig
            88: ST237
          . Jack Kemp
            88: ST240,1330
          . Pat Robertson
            88: ST238,1331

       - What Chances Does R Think Presidential Candidate Has to Win
          the Presidency:
          . Bruce Babbitt
            88: ST245
          . George Bush
            88: ST249,1338
          . Robert Dole
            88: ST252,1339
          . Michael Dukakis
            88: ST243,1332
          . Pierre Dupont
            88: ST254
          . Richard Gephardt
            88: ST247,1333
          . Albert Gore
            88: ST242,1334
          . Alexander Haig
            88: ST250
          . Gary Hart
            88: ST244,1337
          . Jesse Jackson
            88: ST246,1335
          . Jack Kemp
            88: ST253,1340
          . Pat Robertson
            88: ST251,1341
          . Paul Simon
            88: ST248,1336



                                                                
          VOTING/ELECTION PROCESS                       V.D.1.e 
                                                                

      - Ballots Better Without Party Labels 
            80: V360;I417 

      - Does R Agree or Disagree That if Someone Votes for One Party
          for President That S/he Should Also Vote the Same Party for
          Senator and Congressman
            52: V88

                --(if R has opinion) Why (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V89

      - Because George Wallace is Running as a 3rd Party Candidate
          for President in 1968, There Has Been Some Discussion About
          How the Electoral College System Might Affect the Choice of
          President:  Has R Paid Any Attention to This Question or
          Heard Any Talk About it. [IF YES]  How Likely Does R Think
          it is That No Candidate Will Receive a Majority of
          Electoral College Votes This Year:  Very Likely, Somewhat
          Likely, or Not Very Likely
            68: V136  

                --(if very or somewhat likely) Why is it Likely (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V137
                --(if R has opinion) Has This Problem Made Any Difference to
                   R in Deciding Whether R is Going to Vote or Who R
                   is Going to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V138

      - Which of the Following Qualities Make a 'True American:'
          . Voting in Elections
            CWP:V2601





                                                                   
  Registration                                              V.D.2  
                                                                    

       - Has Anyone called R up or Come Around and Talked to R
           About Registering to Vote
            84: CM151            88: ST110,1206

       - During the Campaign This Year Did Anyone Talk to R About
           Registering to Vote or About Voting
            84: V841             86: V326             88: V835
            90: V376             CWP:V376             92: V5820
            CF: V9021

       - As Far as R Knows, is R Currently Registered to Vote
            84: CM1008           88: ST111

                --(if yes) ## Is R Registered as a Republican, a Democrat,
                   an Independent or What (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM1009          88: ST112

       - Does R Know if R is Registered/Eligible to Vote so That R
           Could Vote in the November Election (1980,1984: for
           President) if R Wanted to (PRE ELECTION)
            52: V77              56: V98              60: V99  
            64: V158             68: V131             72: V164*  
            76: V3032            80: V134;I158        84: CM161
            CF: V701

                --(if yes) ## Is R Registered as Being a Republican, a
                   Democrat (1972,1976: or Anything Else;  1980: an
                   Independent or What) (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V165            76: V3033
                     80: V135;I159 

       - ## Was R Registered in This Election as a Republican, a
           Democrat an Independent or What [asked of voters; non-voters asked separately]
           (POST ELECTION)
            78: V471             80: V989;I168        82: V502[C]
            84: V784             86: V262      

       - ## Is R Registered to Vote at R's Current Address  [asked of voters only;
                               non-voters asked separately] (POST ELECTION)
            78: V472             80: V990;I169        82: V504
            84: V785             86: V263             88: V758
            90: V281             CWP:V281             92: V5603

                 --(if different) Is R Registered in This State (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V759
                         ---(if no) Which State
                              88: V760
                 --(if different) County and State of Registration (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V282                CWP:V282
                     92: V5604

       - Checkpoint: Was R Registered in State of Interview [voters only]
           (POST ELECTION)
            80: V991

       - Was R Registered to Vote (1978ff: in This Election) [asked of non-
                                  voters only] (POST ELECTION)
            52: V181             78: V484             80: V1011;I176
            82: V519[C]          84: V802             86: V276 
            88: V757             90: V280             CWP:V280
            92: V5602            PS: V325             CF: V737

                --(if yes) ## Was R Registered in This Election as a
                   Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or What
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V485            80: V1012;I177 
                     82: 520[C]          84: V803
                     86: V277            CF: V738
                --(if yes) ## Is R Registered to Vote at R's Current
                   Address (1986-1990: Which Address Appears on R's
                   Voter Registration Form, R's Current Address or a
                   Different One) (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V486            80: V1013;I178 
                     84: V804            86: V278 
                     88: V758            90: V281
                     CWP:V281
                         ---(if different) Is R Registered in This State
                                88: V759
                                    (if no) Which State
                                          88: V760
                         ---(if different) County and State of Registration
                                90: V282
                                CWP:V282
                --(if yes) Is R Registered to Vote in (State of Interview)
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     82: V521[C] 
                --(if yes) Is R's Voter Registration Address Different
                   from R's Current Address (FOLLOWUP)
                     82: V522[C]

       - Summary: Did R Register and Vote
            CF: V703

       - Has R Done Any of the Following in the Past Few Years as a
           Member of a Group [list shown to R]:
        . Register Other Members to Vote, Get Members to Polls on
          Election Day
            76: V3882




                                                                   
  R's Vote                                                  V.D.3  
                                                                    
                                               
          INTENT                       V.D.3.a 
                                               

                                             
                        Elections V.D.3.a(1) 
                                             

       - So Far as R Knows Now, Does R Expect to Vote in November or
           Not
            52: V79              56: V99              60: V100 
            64: V159             68: V132             72: V169 
            76: V3043            80: V136;I160        84: V424;CM162 
            88: V396             92: V3804            CF: V713

                --(if R declares intention) Is R Pretty Certain That R
                   Will/Won't Vote, or Not Certain (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: CM163 
                --(if will vote) How Does R Think S/he Will Vote for
                   President in This Election. (1952: Summary:
                   Democratic or Republican) (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V80,81          56: V100
                     60: V101            64: V160
                     68: V133            72: V170  
                     76: V3044           80: V137;I161
                     84: V425;CM164      88: V397
                     92: V3805           CF: V713
                         ---(if R names candidate) Is R's Preference for This
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                84: V426;CM165
                                88: V398
                                92: V3806
                         ---(if R names candidate) What is the Most Important
                             Reason Why R is Going to Vote for This
                             Candidate
                                52: V82
                                56: V101
                                60: V102
                                64: V161
                                68: V135
                         ---(if R names candidate) Would R Say S/he is Voting
                             Mainly for R's Candidate or Voting Mainly
                             Against Opposing Candidate
                                60: V103
                                64: V162
                         ---(if R names candidate) Has the Question of
                             President Eisenhower's Health Made Any
                             Difference to R in in Deciding How R
                             Would Vote. Reasons
                                56: V102,103
                         ---(if not Anderson) ## Has R at Any Time
                             Considered Voting for Anderson
                                80: V138;I162
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I am Not Voting for
                                     Anderson Because He Has no Chance
                                     of Winning the Election
                                         80: V139;I163
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Believe That if I Vote
                                     for Anderson, I Will Help Elect
                                     Another Candidate I Dislike More
                                         80: V140;I164
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Feel Uneasy About Voting
                                     for a Presidential Candidate Who
                                     is Not Backed by Either Major
                                     Political Party
                                         80: V141;I165
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Considered Voting for
                                     Anderson as a Way of Protesting
                                     the Choice of Presidential
                                     Candidates from the Major Parties
                                         80: V142;I166
                --(if will vote)  Who Does R Plan to Vote for as United
                   States Senator (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V83
                --(if will vote)  Who Does R Plan to Vote for as Congressman
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V84
                --(if will vote)  Who Does R Plan to Vote for as Governor in
                   R's State (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V85
                --(if will not vote or doesn't know whether will vote) If R
                   Were Going to Vote, How Does R Think R Would Vote for
                   President This Election (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V86             56: V104
                     60: V104            64: V163
                     68: V134            72: V171
                     76: V3045           80: V137;I161
                     84: V425;CM164      88: V397
                     92: V3807
                         ---(if R names candidate) ## Is R's Preference for
                             This Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                84: V426;CM165
                                88: V398
                                92: V3808
                         ---(if not Perot) Was Perot Ever R's First
                             Choice
                                92: V3810



                         ---(if R names candidate) What is the Most Important
                             Reason Why R Would Vote for This
                             Candidate
                                52: V87
                                56: V105
                                60: V105
                                64: V164
                                68: V135
                         ---(if R names candidate) Would the Question of
                             President Eisenhower's Health Make Any
                             Difference to R in in Deciding How R
                             Would Vote. Reasons
                                56: V106,107
                         ---(if R names candidate) Would R Say S/he Would be
                             Voting Mainly for R's Candidate or Voting
                             Mainly Against Opposing Candidate
                                60: V106
                                64: V165
                         ---(if not Anderson) ## Has R at Any Time
                             Considered Voting for Anderson
                                80: V138;I162
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I am Not Voting for
                                     Anderson Because He Has no Chance
                                     of Winning the Election
                                         80: V139;I163
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Believe That if I Vote
                                     for Anderson, I Will Help Elect
                                     Another Candidate I Dislike More
                                         80: V140;I164
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Feel Uneasy About Voting
                                     for a Presidential Candidate Who
                                     is Not Backed by Either Major
                                     Political Party
                                         80: V141;I165
                                    (if yes) ## Is the Following Statement
                                     True: I Considered Voting for
                                     Anderson as a Way of Protesting
                                     the Choice of Presidential
                                     Candidates from the Major Parties
                                         80: V142;I166

       - Summary:  R's Reported Intent to Vote and R's Reported
           Turnout and Vote
            CF: V734

       - If the Election to the U.S. House of Representatives Were
           Held Today, Who Would You be More Inclined to Vote For,
           the Democratic Candidate or the Republican Candidate
            CWP:V2479



                                             
                        Primaries V.D.3.a(2) 
                                             

       - Does R Intend to Vote in the Presidential Primary (1980: in
           R's State) (1988: this March)
            80: I148             88: ST457

                --(if yes) Democratic or Republican Primary (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V149            88: ST458
                         ---(if R has chosen/decided) ## Who Does R Think is
                             Most Likely to Win That (Republican/
                             Democratic) Primary
                               80: V152
                                   (if R makes choice) ## Will the Race be
                                    Close or Will Candidate Win by 
                                    Quite Lot
                                     80: I153 
                         ---(if democratic) Who Would R Vote for
                                88: ST459,460
                         ---(if republican) Who Would R Vote for
                                88: ST461,462
                --(if yes) Who Does R Intend to Vote For [list shown to R]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V150 
                         ---(if R makes choice) Is R Certain R Will Vote for
                             This Candidate or is There a Big Chance R
                             Might Change His/Her Mind
                               80: V151 
                --(if no) If R Chose to Vote After All, Would R Probably
                   Vote in the Republican or Democratic Primary
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I154 
                         ---(if R chooses) ## Who Does R Think is Most
                             Likely to Win That (Republican/
                             Democratic Primary
                               80: I156 
                                   (if R makes choice) ## Will the Race be
                                    Close or Will Candidate Win by
                                    Quite a Lot
                                     80: I157 
                --(if no) Which Candidate, If Any, Does R Prefer [list shown to R]
                  (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I155 


                                                                 
         REASONS WHY R DIDN'T VOTE                       V.D.3.b 
                                                                 

       - What Was the Main Reason Why R Didn't Vote [asked of nonvoters]
            52: V180             56: V205             60: V203
            64: V293             68: V335

       - Which of the Following Statements Applied to R for the
            election: [list shown to R] [asked of nonvoters]
        . Had Problems with Transportation to the Polls
            76: V3656
        . Had Problems Getting Time Off From Work to Vote
            76: V3657
        . Long Lines at Polls--Took Too Much Time
            76: V3658
        . Weather was Bad
            76: V3659
        . Was Out of Town
            76: V3660
        . Had Family Emergency or Illness
            76: V3661
        . Wasn't Interested in the Election
            76: V3662
        . Felt R's Vote Wouldn't Have Mattered in the Election
            76: V3663
        . Didn't Like Any of the Candidates
            76: V3664



                                                                 
         REPORTED TURNOUT AND VOTE                       V.D.3.c 
                                                                 

          This section presents the entire continuous sequence of turnout
            and vote questions for all elective offices and voting levels.
            For specific offices or levels individually, see V.D.3.d.,
            Specific Offices/Levels.

          Nonvoters' candidate preferences are included in the turnout and
            vote sequence but are also singled out in V.D.3.e.(3), Vote Choice,
            Candidate Preferences of Nonvoters.


                                             
                        Elections V.D.3.c(1) 
                                             

       - Did R Vote in the Voting District in Which R Lives Now or Did
           R Vote in a Different Voting District.  (1966: ## Did R
           Vote in Person or by Absentee Ballot) [asked of voters      
           only]
            66: V103             68: V311  

                --(if absentee) State of Absentee Vote (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V104            68: V312
                --(if absentee) Congressional District of Absentee Vote
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V105            68: V313
                --(if in person) Did R Vote By Voting Machine or by Paper
                   Ballot (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V106            68: V315




       - ## Did R Vote in Person or by Absentee Ballot (1976: Here is
           a List of Some of the Problems People Face When They Go to
           Vote: Please Look at the List and Tell Me Which Applied to
           You in the Presidential Election: Was Out of Town, Voted by
           Absentee Ballot) [asked of voters only]
            68: V314             76: V3682  

       - Did R Vote in the Elections (1964-1970: or Did Something Keep
           R From Voting) (1962: Does R Remember For Sure Whether or
           Not R Voted) (1952,1956,1960,1964: [IF R VOTED] Who Did R
           Vote for For President; [IF R DID NOT VOTE] If R Had Voted,
           Who Would R Have Voted for For President) (1962: If R Had
           Voted, Who Would R Have Voted for For Congress. Party)
            52: V178             56: V203             58: V77 
            60: V201             62: V41              64: V286 
            66: V102             68: V310             70: V209 
            72: V477             74: V2319            76: V3655 
            78: V470             80: V988;I167        82: V501[C] 
            84: V783;CM166       86: V261             88: V756
            90: V279             CWP:V279,2833        92: V5601
            PS: V313             CF: V702

                --(if no, didn't vote) What Was the Main Reason Why R Didn't
                   Vote (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V180            56: V205
                     60: V203            64: V293
                     68: V335
                --(if no, didn't vote) Which of the Following Statements
                   Applied to R: [list shown to R] (FOLLOWUP)
                  . Had Problems with Transportation to the Polls
                     76: V3656
                  . Had Problems Getting Time Off From Work to Vote
                     76: V3657
                  . Long Lines at Polls--Took Too Much Time
                     76: V3658
                  . Weather was Bad
                     76: V3659
                  . Was Out of Town
                     76: V3660
                  . Had Family Emergency or Illness
                     76: V3661
                  . Wasn't Interested in the Election
                     76: V3662
                  . Felt R's Vote Wouldn't Have Mattered in the
                    Election
                     76: V3663
                  . Didn't Like Any of the Candidates
                     76: V3664
                --(if no, didn't vote) Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for
                   President (1968: Who Would R Have Voted for in the
                   Election for President if R Had Voted) (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V311            80: V1014;I179
                     84: V805;CM170      88: V774
                     92: V5633           PS: V326*
                         ---(if yes) Who
                                80: V1015;I180
                                84: V806;CM171
                                88: V775
                                92: V5634
                                PS: V327*
                                CF: V9023
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       80: V1016;I181
                                       84: V807
                                       88: V776
                                       92: V5635
                --(if no, didn't vote) Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for
                   the U.S. House of Representatives (1958: Who Would
                   R Have Voted for For Congress if R Had Voted: Name,
                   Party) (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V78             78: V487
                     80: V1017           84: V808
                     86: V279            88: V777
                     90: V300            CWP:V300
                     92: V5636           PS: V328
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                78: V488
                                80: V1018
                                84: V809,810
                                86: V280,281
                                88: V778,779
                                90: V301,302
                                CWP:V301,302
                                92: V5637,5638
                                PS: V329,330
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V479
                                       80: V1019
                                       84: V811
                --(if no, didn't vote) Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for
                   the U.S. Senate (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V491            80: V1021   
                     PS: V331
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                78: V492
                                80: V1022
                                PS: V332,333




                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V493
                                       80: V1023
                --(if no, didn't vote) Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for
                   Governor (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V495            80: V1025
                     PS: V334*
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                78: V496
                                80: V1026
                                PS: V335*,336*8
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V497
                                       80: V1027
                --(if no, didn't vote) If R Had Voted, What Would Have Been the
                   Most Important Reason Why R Would Have Voted for
                   Preferred Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V204            60: V202
                     64: V287
                --(if no, didn't vote) ## When R Has Voted, Where Did S/he Vote
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V285           CWF: V285
                --(if yes, voted) ## Who Did R Vote For in the Election for
                   President (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V316           72: V478
                     76: V3665          CF: V704-706
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Vote in the Election for President
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V993           84: V787
                     88: V762           92: V5608
                     PS: V314           CF: V704-706
                         ---(if yes) ## Who Did R Vote for
                                80: V994
                                84: V788;CM168
                                88: V763
                                92: V5609
                                PS: V315
                                CF: V704-706
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       80: V995
                                       84: V789;CM169
                                       88: V764
                                       92: V5610
                                       CF: V9022
                                (if Bush) Was There Ever a Time When R
                                 Thought S/he Would Vote for Clinton
                                 or Perot
                                       92: V5613



                                       (if yes) Which One
                                          92: V5614
                                (if Clinton) Was There Ever a Time When R
                                 Thought S/he Would Vote for Bush or
                                 Perot
                                       92: V5615
                                       (if yes) Which One
                                          92: V5616
                                (if Perot) Was There Ever a Time When R
                                 Thought S/he Would Vote for Clinton
                                 or Bush
                                       92: V5617
                                       (if yes) Which One
                                          92: V5618
                         ---(if yes) Summary: R Presidential Vote /
                              Existence of Earlier Preference for
                              Other Presidential Candidate
                                92: V5619
                --(if yes, voted) What Was the Most Important Reason Why R
                   Voted for Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V182            56: V204
                     60: V202            64: V287
                     68: V317
                --(if yes, voted) How Long Before the Election Did R Decide
                   S/he Was Going to Vote the Way S/he Did for
                   President (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V183            56: V206
                     60: V204            64: V288
                     68: V318            72: V479
                     76: V3666           80: V996;I175
                     84: V790            88: V765
                     92: V5611           CF: V712
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Feel S/he Was R Voting for
                   a Presidential Candidate or Voting Against Opposing
                   Candidate  (FOLLOWUP)
                     60: V205
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Ever Think During the Campaign That
                   S/he Might Vote for Candidate Opposing his/her
                   Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V184            56: V207
                     60: V206
                         ---(if yes) What Made R Decide Not to Vote for
                             Opposing Candidate
                                52: V185
                                56: V208
                                60: V207
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Feel That it Was a Lot Better to Vote
                   for the Republican/Democratic [party of R's presidential
                   candidate]  Candidate or That it Didn't Make Much Difference
                   Which One R Voted for (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V209            60: V208



                --(if yes, voted) Did R Care a Great Deal About Whether R
                   Voted, Cared Somewhat or Didn't Care Too Much This
                   Time (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V210            58: V79
                     60: V209
                --(if yes, voted) Was There Any Special Contest That R Was
                   More Interested in Than the Others. Which One.
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V80
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Vote for a Candidate for Senator
                   (1952-1964: [IF YES] Who Did R Vote for; 1956-
                   1964: Party) (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V186            56: V211
                     58: V86             60: V210
                     64: V289            66: V109
                     68: V319            70: V210
                     72: V480            74: V2322
                     76: V3668           78: V477
                     80: V1001           82: V509
                     84: V796            86: V269
                     88: V771            90: V292
                     CWP:V292            92: V5626
                     PS: V319            CF: V708
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                66: V110
                                68: V320,321
                                70: V211,212
                                72: V481,482
                                74: V2323,2324
                                76: V3669,3670
                                78: V478
                                80: V1002
                                82: V510,511
                                84: V797,798
                                86: V270,271
                                88: V772,773
                                90: V293,294
                                CWP:V293,294
                                92: V5627-5632
                                PS: V320,321
                                CF: V708
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V479
                                       80: V1003
                                       90: V295
                                       CWP:V295






               --(if yes, voted) Did R Vote for a Candidate for Congressman
                   (1978ff: U.S. House of Representatives) (1952-
                   1964: [IF YES] Who Did R Vote for; 1956-1964: Which
                   Party;  1958 only: Initial Response and Probe)
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V187            56: V212
                     58: V81,82          60: V211
                     62: V42,43          64: V290
                     66: V111            68: V322
                     70: V213            72: V483
                     74: V2323           76: V3671
                     78: V473            80: V997
                     82: V505            84: V791
                     86: V265            88: V766
                     90: V287            CWP:V287
                     92: V5621           PS: V316
                     CF: V707,735,736
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                66: V112
                                68: V323,324
                                70: V214,215
                                72: V484,485
                                74: V2324,2325
                                76: V3672,3673
                                78: V474
                                80: V998
                                82: V506,507
                                84: V792,793
                                86: V266,267
                                88: V767,768
                                90: V288,289
                                CWP:V288,289
                                92: V5622,5623
                                PS: V317,318
                                CF: V707,735,736
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V475
                                       80: V999
                                       84: V794
                                       88: V769
                                       90: V290
                                       CWP:V290
                                       92: V5624
                                       CF: V9024
                         ---(if R names candidate) What Was the Most Important
                             Reason That R Voted For Congressional
                             Candidate
                                56: V213
                                58: V83
                                60: V212
                                62: V44



                         ---(if R names candidate) How Long Before the
                             Election Did R Decide S/he Was Going to
                             Vote the Way S/he Did
                                58: V84
                                62: V45
                         ---(if R names candidate) Did R Feel That it Was a
                             Lot Better to Vote for the Republican/
                             Democratic [party of R's congressional candidate]
                             Congressional Candidate or That it Didn't
                             Make Much Difference Which One R Voted
                             for
                                58: V85
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Vote for a Candidate for Governor
                   (1952,1958,1964: [IF YES] Who Did R Vote for; 1958
                   -1964: Party) (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V188            58: V87
                     64: V291            66: V107
                     68: V325            70: V216
                     72: V486            74: V2326
                     76: V3675           78: V481
                     80: V1005           82: V513
                     86: V273            90: V297
                     CWP:V297            PS: V322*
                         ---(if yes) Who. Party
                                66: V108
                                68: V326,327
                                70: V217,218
                                72: V487,488
                                74: V2327,2328
                                76: V3676,3677
                                78: V482
                                80: V1006
                                82: V514,515
                                86: V274,275
                                90: V298,299
                                CWP:V298,299
                                PS: V323*,324*
                                CF: V9025
                                (if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                                 Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                       78: V483
                                       80: V1007
                --(if yes, voted) ## Did R Vote a Straight Ticket or Did
                   R Vote for Candidates from Different Parties for
                   Other State and Local Offices (1952-1968: [IF
                   STRAIGHT TICKET] Which Party; 1964-1968: [IF SPLIT
                   TICKET] How Did R Split it) (1972,1974: Summary)
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V189            56: V214
                     58: V88             60: V213
                     62: V48             64: V292
                     66: V113,114        68: V328
                     72: V489,492        74: V2329,2332
                     80: V1008           82: V516
                     84: V799            CF: V715,716
                         ---(if straight) ## Which Party
                                72: V 490
                                74: V2330
                                80: V1009
                                82: V517
                                84: V800
                                CF: V715,716
                         ---(if split) Did R Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly
                             Democratic or About Half and Half
                                72: V 491
                                74: V2331
                                78: V1010
                                82: V518
                                84: V801
                                CF: V715,716
                --(if yes, voted) Did R Vote for Other State and Local
                   Offices (FOLLOWUP)
                     70: V219
                         ---(if yes) ## Did R Vote a Straight Ticket or
                             Did R Vote for Candidates from Different
                             Parties
                                70: V220
                                    (if straight) ## Which Party
                                       70: V221
                                    (if split) How Did R Split it
                                       70: V221
                --(if yes, voted) Does R Feel That President Kennedy Had Any
                   Special Interest in the Election for Congress in
                   R's District.  What (FOLLOWUP)
                     62: V46,47
                --(if yes, voted) Were There Any State (1968,1972,1974:
                   County or Local) Propositions on the Ballot for the
                   People to Vote on (1970: Statewide).  (1968: [IF
                   YES] Was There One Proposition R Was Particularly
                   Interested in) (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V329            70: V222,223
                     72: V493            74: V2333





                         ---(if yes) Checkpoint: Presence of Propositions
                             on Ballot
                                68: V330
                         ---(if yes) Checkpoint: R's Knowledge of
                             Propositions on Ballot
                                68: V331
                         ---(if yes) What Was Proposition [1970: multiple response]
                                68: V332
                                70: V224
                         ---(if yes) Did R Vote on All, Most, Some or None
                             of the Propositions
                                70: V225
                                72: V494
                                74: V2334
                         ---(if yes) Did R Vote in Favor of Proposition
                                68: V333
                         ---(if yes) Was the Proposition a State, County
                             or Local Issue
                                68: V334
                --(if yes, voted) Which of the Following Problems Did R Face
                   in Going to Vote:  [list shown to R] (FOLLOWUP)
                  . Had Problems with Transportation to the Polls
                     76: V3678
                  . Had Problems Getting Time Off From Work to Vote
                     76: V3679
                  . Long Lines at Polls--Took Too Much Time
                     76: V3680
                  . Weather was Bad
                     76: V3681
                  . Was Out of Town, Voted Absentee Ballot
                     76: V3682
                --(if yes, voted) ## Did R Vote in Person or Absentee Ballot
                     90: V284                CWP:V284
                     92: V5606
                         ---(if in person) Where Did R Vote
                                90: V285
                                CWP:V285
                                92: V5607

       - Has R Ever Voted in Any Election Having to Do with the
          Schools
            68: V447

                --(if yes) When Was the Last Time (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V448
                --(if yes) Does R Recall What the Election Was About
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V449

       - Did R's Spouse/Partner Vote in the Last Election
            CWP:V2834             92: V5640



       - When Did R Vote (Time of Day, Election Day 1964)
            64: V421 

       - Election/Campaign Participation Index 
            CF: V733

       - Summary:  R's Reported Vote Intent and R's Reported
           Turnout and Presidential Vote
            CF: V734

       - Summary: Did R Register and Vote
            CF: V703

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and House
            CF: V709

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and Senate
            CF: V710

       - Checkpoint: Party of Senator, Term Not Up [in R's State]
            78: V6               80: V742             82: V8 

       - Did R Vote for Own Party's House Candidate
            PS: V881             CF: V1011

       - Did R Vote for House Incumbent
            PS: V882             CF: V1012

       - Did R Vote for Winner in House Election
            PS: V883             CF: V1013

       - Who Won the House Election
            PS: V884             CF: V1014

       - Did R Vote for Own Party's Senate Candidate
            PS: V888

       - Did R Vote for Senate Incumbent
            PS: V889

      - Did R Vote for Winner in Senate Election
            PS: V890

       - Who Won the Senate Election
            PS: V891

       - Checkpoint:  Senatorial Election in R's State 
            78: V476,490         80: V833,1000,1020   82: V111,508[C] 
            84: V795             86: V116             88: V578




       - Type of Congressional Race 
            78: V4               80: V740             82: V6 
            84: V59              86: V43              88: V50
            90: V58              CWP:V58              92: V3021
            PS: V27*             CF: V902-905

       - Type of Senate Race 
            78: V5               80: V741             82: V7 
            84: V60              86: V44              88: V51
            90: V59              CWP:V59              92: V3022
            PS: V28              CF: V9055

       - Type of Gubernatorial Race 
            80: V743             82: V9               86: V45 
            90: V60              CWP:V60              PS: V29*


                                             
                        Primaries V.D.3.c(2) 
                                             

       - Dates of Presidential Primary/Caucus in R's State
            84: CM2 

       - ## (1964: Has R Ever Voted in a Primary Election for Congress
          or Governor or Other Offices. [IF YES] Which Party's Primary
          Did R Vote in Last Time) (1966,1968: Did R Vote in a Primary
          Election This Past Spring or Summer. [IF YES] Which Party's
          Primary)
            64: V166             66: V86              68: V139 

                --(if yes, voted in a primary) When Was That [year]    
                  (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V167  
                         ---(if this year) Why Did R Vote in the Primary
                             This Year
                                64: V169
                         ---(if this year) ## Was There a Contest for
                             Congressman From R's District in the
                             Party Primary R Voted in This Year
                                64: V170
                                    (if yes) ## Can R Remember Who R Voted
                                     For: Name and Party
                                       64: V171
                                       if R voted in Congressional contest and
                                       remembers candidate name) What
                                       Was the Most Important
                                       Reason That R Voted for
                                       Congressional Candidate [2
                                                                                                                                                            mentions]
                                               64: V172
                                     (if R voted in Congressional contest but
                                     dosen't remember candidate name, may
                                     or may not remember party of candidate)
                                            Does R Remember Why R
                                            Voted as S/he Did in the
                                            Congressional Primary
                                               64: V173
                --(if yes, voted in a primary) Has R Ever Voted in a Primary of
                   the Opposing Party  (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V168
                --(if yes, voted in a primary this spring or summer) ## Was
                   There Any Special Contest in That Primary That R Was
                   Particularly Interested in. [IF YES] What.
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V140

       - Is the Presidential Primary in Virginia Binding or Not
           Binding [VA residents only]
            88: ST456

       - ## Was There a Primary Election in R's District This Year
            58: V89              88: ST109

                --(if yes) Does R Remember Whether or Not R Voted in the
                   Primary Election for Congressman This Year
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V90
                         ---(if yes, voted) ## Who Did R Vote For. Party
                                58: V91
                         ---(if yes, voted) ## Was There Any Special Contest
                             in the Primary That R Was More Interested
                             in Than Others. What.
                                58: V92

       - Does R Recall if There Was a Presidential Primary in R's
           State This Spring or Summer
            76: V3034            CF: V9026

                --(if yes) ## Did R Vote in the Presidential Primary
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3035           CF: V9026
                         ---(if yes) ## Which Party's Primary Did R Vote
                             in
                                76: V3036
                         ---(if yes) ## Which Candidate Did R Support
                                76: V3037
                         ---(if yes) Did R Do Any of the Following During
                             the Presidential Primaries:
                            . Worked for One of the Candidates
                                76: V3038
                            . Attended a Meeting or Rally for a
                               Presidential Candidate
                                76: V3039
                            . Talked to Any People About Why They
                               Should Have Voted for One of the
                               Candidates
                                76: V3040

       - Checkpoint: State with Primary Election in 1980
            80: V370;I118

       - ## Did R Vote in Presidential Primary/Caucus (1972: This
           Spring or Summer) (1980,1988: on ) [1972: asked only
           of R who said they were registered/eligible to vote]
            72: V166*            80: V371;I119        88: V148;ST1528
            92: V3301            CF: V9026

                --(if yes, voted) ## Which Party's Primary/Caucus (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V167*           80: V372;I120 
                     88: V149;ST1529     92: V3302
                     CF: V9026
                         ---(if voted Republican) ## Which Candidate
                                80: I121
                                88: V150;ST1530
                                92: V3303
                                    (if R names candidate) ## Was R's
                                     Preference for Candidate Strong
                                     or Not Strong
                                       80: I122
                                    (if R names candidate) ## When Did R
                                     Decide to Vote for This
                                     Candidate: Just Before the
                                     Primary, Early This Year or Even
                                     Earlier Than That
                                       80: I123
                                    (if R names candidate) ## If Primary
                                     Voters Had not Been Restricted to
                                     Voting for One Candidate but
                                     Could Have Voted for All
                                     Candidates They Were Willing to
                                     Support in the Presidential Race:
                                     Which Candidate(s) Would R Have
                                     Considered Voting for in Such a
                                     Primary
                                       80: I124
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Reagan Selection
                                               80: I125
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Anderson Selection
                                               80: I126
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Connally Selection
                                               80: I127
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Ford Selection
                                               80: I128
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Baker Selection
                                               80: I129
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Bush Selection
                                               80: I130 
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Crane Selection
                                               80: I131
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Dole Selection
                                               80: I132
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Other Selection
                                               80: I133
                         ---(if voted Democratic) ## Which Candidate 
                                80: I134
                                88: V151;ST1531
                                92: V3304
                                    (if R names candidate) ## Was R's
                                     Preference for Candidate Strong
                                     or Not Strong
                                       80: I135
                                    (if R names candidate) ## When Did R
                                     Decide to Vote for This
                                     Candidate: Just Before the
                                     Primary, Early This Year or Even
                                     Earlier Than That
                                       80: I136
                                    (if R names candidate) ## If Primary
                                     Voters Had not Been Restricted to
                                     Voting for One Candidate but
                                     Could Have Voted for All
                                     Candidates They Were Willing to
                                     Support in the Presidential Race:
                                     Which Candidate(s) Would R Have
                                     Considered Voting for in Such a
                                     Primary
                                       80: I137
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Carter Selection
                                               80: I138
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Kennedy Selection
                                               80: I139
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Brown Selection
                                               80: I140
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Mondale Selection
                                               80: I141
                                           (if R makes mention) Summary:
                                            Other Selection
                                               80: I142



                --(if yes, voted) ## Which Candidate for President (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V168*           80: V373     
                     88: ST1532
                --(if yes, voted) Summary: R's Vote in Primary (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: ST1533
                --(if yes, voted) ## Was R's Preference for Candidate Strong
                   or Not Strong (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: ST1534
                --(if yes, vote) ## When Did R Decide to Vote for Candidate:
                   on Election Day, a Week Before or Even Earlier
                   (FOLLLOWUP)
                     88: ST1535
                --(if yes, voted) ## If R Could Have Cast More than One Vote,
                   What Other Candidates Would R Have Considered
                   Voting for (5 mentions) (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: ST1536-1540[&1541]
                --(if no, didn't vote) If R Had Voted in the Presidential
                   Primary Would R Have Voted in the Democratic or
                   Republican Primary (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I143            88: ST1542
                         ---(if R chooses) Did R Prefer One of the
                             Candidates. Which One. Summary [list shown to R]
                                80: I144,145 
                                88: ST1543,1544,1545
                                    (if R chooses) Was R's Preference for
                                     This Candidate Strong or Not
                                     Strong
                                        80: I146
                                        88: ST1546
                --(if no, didn't vote) Had Voted and if R Could Have Cast More
                   than One Vote, What Other Candidates Would R Have
                   Considered Voting for (5 mentions) (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: 1547-1551[&1552]


                                                                 
          SPECIFIC OFFICES/ LEVELS                       V.D.3.d 
                                                                 

                                                 
                        Congressional V.D.3.d(1) 
                                                 








       - Type of Congressional Race 
            78: V4               80: V740             82: V6 
            84: V59              86: V43              88: V50
            90: V58              CWP:V58              92: V3021
            PS: V27*             CF: V902-905


       - Did R Vote for a Candidate for Congressman (1978ff: U.S.
           House of Representatives) (1952-1964: [IF YES] Who Did R
           Vote for; 1956-1964: Which Party;  1958 only: Initial
           Response and Probe) [asked only of voters]
            52: V187             56: V212             58: V81,82
            60: V211             62: V42,43           64: V290
            66: V111             68: V322             70: V213
            72: V483             74: V2323            76: V3671
            78: V473             80: V997             82: V505
            84: V791             86: V265             88: V766
            90: V287             CWP:V287             92: V5621
            PS: V316             CF: V707,735,736
                --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V112            68: V323,324
                     70: V214,215        72: V484,485
                     74: V2324,2325      76: V3672,3673
                     78: V474            80: V998
                     82: V506,507        84: V792,793
                     86: V266,267        88: V767,768
                     90: V288,289;       CWP:V288,289
                     92: V5622,5623      PS: V317,318
                     CF: V707,735,736
                        ---(if R identifies) Was R's Preference for this
                            Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V475
                                80: V999
                                84: V794
                                88: V769
                                90: V290
                                CWP:V290
                                92: V5624
                        ---(if R identifies) What Was the Most Important
                            Reason That R Voted For Congressional
                            Candidate
                                56: V213
                                58: V83
                                60: V212
                                62: V44
                --(if R voted for congressman) How Long Before the Election Did R
                    Decide S/he Was Going to Vote the Way S/he Did
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V84             62: V45
                --(if R voted for congressman) Did R Feel That it Was a Lot
               Better to Vote for the Republican/ Democratic [party of
               R's congressional candidate] Congressional Candidate or That it
               Didn't Make Much Difference Which One R Voted for
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     58: V85
                --(if R voted for congressman) Does R Feel That President
                   Kennedy Had Any Special Interest in the Election for
                   Congress in R's District. What. (FOLLOWUP)
                     62: V46,47

       - Did R Vote for Own Party's House Candidate
            PS: V881             CF: V1011

       - Did R Vote for House Incumbent
            PS: V882             CF: V1012

       - Did R Vote for Winner in House Election
            PS: V883             CF: V1013

       - Who Won the House Election
            PS: V884             CF: V1014

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and House
            CF: V709

       - Checkpoint:  Senatorial Election in R's State 
            78: V476,490         80: V833,1000,1020   82: V111,508[C] 
            84: V795             86: V116             88: V578
            90: V291             CWP:V291             92: V5625
            CF: V9054

       - Type of Senate Race 
            78: V5               80: V741             82: V7 
            84: V60              86: V44              88: V51
            90: V59              CWP:V59              92: V3022
            PS: V28              CF: V9055

       - Checkpoint: Party of Senator, Term Not Up [in R's State]
            78: V6               80: V742    

       - Did R Vote for Own Party's Senate Candidate
            PS: V888

       - Did R Vote for Senate Incumbent
            PS: V889

       - Did R Vote for Winner in Senate Election
            PS: V890

       - Who Won the Senate Election
            PS: V891

       - Did R Vote for a Candidate for Senator (1952-1964: [IF YES]
           Who Did R Vote for; 1956- 1964: Party) [asked only of voters]
            52: V186             56: V211             58: V86
            60: V210             64: V289             66: V109
            68: V319             70: V210             72: V480
            74: V2322            76: V3668            78: V477
            80: V1001            82: V509             84: V796
            86: V269             88: V771             90: V292
            CWP:V292             92: V5626            PS: V319
            CF: V708

                --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V110            68: V320,321
                     70: V211,212        72: V481,482
                     74: V2323,2324      76: V3669,3670
                     78: V478            80: V1002
                     82: V510,511        84: V797,798
                     86: V270,271        88: V772,773
                     90: V293,294;       CWP:V293,294
                     92: V5627-5632      PS: V320,321
                     CF: V708
                         ---(if R discloses) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V479
                                80: V1003
                                90: V295
                                CWP:V295

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and Senate
            CF: V710


                                                                   
                        Presidential/ vice-presidential V.D.3.d(2) 
                                                                   

       - Did R Vote in the Election for President [asked only of Rs who said
            they voted in the elections in general]
            80: V993             84: V787             88: V762
            92: V5608            PS: V314             CF: V704-706

       - Who Did R Vote for  [asked only of
            voters; in 1980, 1984 and 1988, also asked only of Rs who said
            they voted in the specific election for president]
            52: V178             56: V203             60: V201
            64: V286             68: V316             72: V478
            76: V3665            80: V994             84: V788;CM168
            88: V763             92: V560             PS: V315
            CF: V704-706         

                --(if R names candidate) Was R's Preference for this
                   Candidate Strong or Not Strong (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V995            84: V789;CM169
                     88: V764            92: V5610


                     ---(if Bush) Was There Ever a Time When R Thought
                         S/he Would Vote for Clinton or Perot
                               92: V5613
                               (if yes) Which One
                                    92: V5614
                      ---(if Clinton) Was There Ever a Time When R
                          Thought S/he Would Vote for Bush or Perot
                                92: V5615
                                (if yes) Which One
                                    92: V5616
                      ---(if Perot) Was There Ever a Time When R
                          Thought S/he Would Vote for Clinton or Bush
                                    92: V5617
                                (if yes) Which One
                                    92: V5618
                --(if R names candidate) Summary: R Presidential Vote /
                   Existence of Earlier Preference for Other
                   Presidential Candidate
                     92: V5619
                --(if R voted for President) What Was the Most Important Reason
                   Why R Voted for Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V182            56: V204
                     60: V202            64: V287
                     68: V317
                --(if R voted for President) How Long Before the Election Did R
                   Decode S/he Was Going to Vote the Way S/he Did for
                   President (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V183            56: V206
                     60: V204            64: V288
                     68: V318            72: V479
                     76: V3666           80: V996;I175
                     84: V790            88: V765
                     92: V5611           CF: V712
                --(if R voted for President) Did R Feel S/he Was R Voting for
                   a Presidential Candidate or Voting Against Opposing
                   Candidate  (FOLLOWUP)
                     60: V205
                --(if R voted for President) Did R Ever Think During the
                   Campaign That S/he Might Vote for Candidate Opposing his/her
                   Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V184            56: V207
                     60: V206
                         ---(if yes) What Made R Decide Not to Vote for
                             Opposing Candidate
                                52: V185
                                56: V208
                                60: V207
                --(if R voted for President) Did R Feel That it Was a Lot Better
                   to Vote for the Republican/Democratic [party of R's
                   presidential candidate] Candidate or That it Didn't Make
                   Much Difference Which One R Voted for (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V209            60: V208


       - Summary:  R's Reported Vote Intent and R's Reported
           Turnout and Presidential Vote
            CF: V734

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and House
            CF: V709

       - Summary: Ticket Splitting, Presidential and Senate
            CF: V710



                                                 
                         Propositions V.D.3.d(3) 
                                                 

       - Were There Any State (1968,1972,1974: County or Local)
           Propositions on the Ballot for the People to Vote on (1970:
           Statewide).  (1968: [IF YES] Was There One Proposition R
           Was Particularly Interested in) [asked of voters only]
            68: V329             70: V222,223         72: V493
            74: V2333

                --(if yes) Checkpoint: Presence of Propositions on Ballot
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V330
                --(if yes) Checkpoint: R's Knowledge of Propositions on
                   Ballot (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V331
                --(if yes) What Was Proposition [1970: multiple response]
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V332
                     70: V224
                --(if yes) Did R Vote on All, Most, Some or None of the
                   Propositions (FOLLOWUP)
                     70: V225            72: V494
                     74: V2334
                --(if yes) Did R Vote in Favor of Proposition1 (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V333
                --(if yes) Was the Proposition a State, County or Local
                   Issue (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V334



                                                   
                        State and local V.D.3.d(4) 
                                                   

   
    - Checkpoint: Gubernatorial Election in R's State 
            76: V3674            78: V480,494         80: V1004,1024 
            82: V512[C]          86: V272             90: V296
            CWP:V296



       - Type of Gubernatorial Race 
            80: V743             82: V9               86: V45 
            90: V60              CWP:V60              PS: V29*

       - Did R Vote for a Candidate for Governor (1952,1958,1964: [IF
           YES] Who Did R Vote for; 1958-1964: Party) [asked of voters only]
            52: V188             58: V87              64: V291
            66: V107             68: V325             70: V216
            72: V486             74: V2326            76: V3675
            78: V481             80: V1005            82: V513
            86: V273             90: V297             CWP:V297
            PS: V322*

                --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V108            68: V326,327
                     70: V217,218        72: V487,488
                     74: V2327,2328      76: V3676,3677
                     78: V482            80: V1006
                     82: V514,515        86: V274,275
                     90: V298,299        CWP:V298,299
                     PS: V323*,324*        
                         ---(if R discloses) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V483
                                80: V1007

       - Did R Vote for Other State and Local Offices [asked of voters only]
            70: V219             CF: V715,716

                --(if yes) ## Did R Vote a Straight Ticket or Did R Vote
                   for Candidates from Different Parties (FOLLOWUP)
                     70: V220            CF: V715,716
                         ---(if straight) ## Which Party
                                70: V221
                                CF: V715,716
                         ---(if split) How Did R Split it
                                70: V221 
                                CF: V715,716

       - ## Did R Vote a Straight Ticket or Did R Vote for Candidates
           from Different Parties for Other State and Local Offices
           (1952-1968: [IF STRAIGHT TICKET] Which Party; 1964-1968:
           [IF SPLIT TICKET] How Did R Split it) (1972,1974: Summary)
           [asked of voters only]
            52: V189             56: V214             58: V88
            60: V213             62: V48              64: V292
            66: V113,114         68: V328             72: V489,492
            74: V2329,2332       80: V1008            82: V516
            84: V799             CF: V715,716






                --(if straight) ## Which Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V 490           74: V2330
                     80: V1009           82: V517
                     84: V800            CF: V715,716
                --(if split) Did R Vote Mostly Republican, Mostly
                   Democratic or About Half and Half (FOLLOWUP)
                     72: V 491           74: V2331
                     80: V1010           82: V518
                     84: V801            CF: V715,716

       - Has R Ever Voted in Any Election Having to Do with the
          Schools
            68: V447

                --(if yes) When Was the Last Time (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V448
                --(if yes) Does R Recall What the Election Was About
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V449



                                                              
          VOTE/CANDIDATE CHOICE                       V.D.3.e 
                                                              

                                                   
                         For nomination V.D.3.e(1) 
                                                   

       - Was There a Democratic/Republican Candidate Which R Would
           Have Preferred for Nomination in 1952 Rather than
           Stevenson/Eisenhower
            52: V90

                --(Democratic: if yes) Why (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V91  
                --(Republican: if yes) Why (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V92 

       - Which Presidential Candidate Did R Hope Would be Nominated by
           the Democrats
            68: V42

                --(if Humphrey) Was R Particularly Happy that Humphrey was
                   Nominated or Would Another Candidate Have Been Just
                   About as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V43  
                --(if not Humphrey) Was R Particularly Unhappy that Humphrey
                   was Nominated or Did R Think Humphrey was Nearly as
                   Good as R's Preference (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V44  
                --(if R makes choice) Who was R's Second Choice (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V45  


                          ---(if Johnson not mentioned) ## Would R have Favored
                             President Johnson as the Democratic
                             Candidate if he Had Decided to Run Again
                                68: V46
                --(if Johnson not mentioned) ## Would R have Favored President
                   Johnson as the Democratic Candidate if he Had
                   Decided to Run Again (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V46  

       - Of all the Candidates, Who Should the Democrats Nominate as
           the Strongest Candidate in November 1980 [list shown to R]
            80: I81 

       - (1984 prepost: Of all the Candidates) Who is R's First Choice
           for the Democratic Nomination [1984 prepost: list shown to R]
            80: I88               84: V211;CM735 

                --(if R makes choice) ## Who is R's Second Choice (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I89             84: CM736 

       - Who is R's First Choice for the Republican Nomination [1984 prepost:
                               list shown to R]
            80: I113

                --(if R makes choice) ## Who is R's Second Choice (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I114

       - Which Presidential Candidate Did R Hope Would be Nominated by
           the Republicans [note: in 1964 an equivalent question was not
           asked about the Democratic presidential candidate]
            64: V29              68: V38  

                --(if Goldwater) Was R Particularly Happy that Goldwater
                   was Nominated or Would Another Candidate Have Been
                   Just About as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V30
                --(if not Goldwater) Was R Particularly Unhappy that
                   Goldwater was Nominated or Did R Think Goldwater
                   was Nearly as Good as R's Preference (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V31
                --(if Nixon) Was R Particularly Happy that Goldwater was
                   Nominated or Would Another Candidate Have Been Just
                   About as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V39
                --(if not Nixon) Was R Particularly Unhappy that Nixon
                   was Nominated or Did R Think Nixon was Nearly as
                   Good as R's Preference (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V40
                --(if R makes choice) Who was R's Second Choice (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V41  





       - Of all the Candidates, Who Should the Republicans Nominate as
           the Strongest Candidate in November 1980 [list shown to R]
            80: I102 

       - Who Would Respondent Like to See as the Democratic
           Nominee for President. Summary.
            88: ST446,447,1553,1554

                --(if R chose) Who Would Be Second Choice. Summary
                     88: ST448,449,1555,1556

       - Who Would Respondent Like to See as the Republican
           Nominee for President. Summary.
            88: ST450,451,1557,1558

                --(if R chose) Who Would Be Second Choice. Summary
                     88: ST452,453,1559,1560



                                            
                        For vote V.D.3.e(2) 
                                            

       - How Satisfied is R With the Choice of Presidential Candidates
            92: V3145

       - Best to Pick Candidate Regardless of Party Label 
            80: V357;I414 

       - Who Would Respondent Like to See Elected President. Summary
            88: ST454,455,1561

       - Supposing Primary Voters Had not Been Restricted to Voting
           for One Candidate but Could Have Voted for All Candidates
           They Were Willing to Support in the Presidential Race: 
           Which Candidate(s) Would R Have Considered Voting for in
           Such a Primary [asked of Rs who voted in republican         
           primary, R's state]
            80: I124

                --(if R makes makes mention) Summary: Reagan Selection
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I125
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Anderson Selection
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I126
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Connally Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I127
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Ford Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I128
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Baker Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I129


                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Bush Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I130 
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Crane Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I131
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Dole Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I132
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Other Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I133

       - Supposing Primary Voters Had not Been Restricted to Voting
           for One Candidate but Could Have Voted for All Candidates
           They Were Willing to Support in the Presidential Race: 
           Which Candidate(s) Would R Have Considered Voting for in
           Such a Primary [asked of Rs who voted in democratic primary,
           R's state]
            80: I137

                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Carter Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I138
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Kennedy Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I139
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Brown Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I140
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Mondale Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I141
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Other Selection (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I142

       - ## If R Could Have Cast More than One Vote, What Other
           Candidates Would R Have Considered Voting for in Primary
           (5 mentions) (FOLLOWUP)
            88: ST1536-1540[&1541]

       - Are There Democratic Candidates R Would Vote for in November
           1980. Who.  [list shown to R]
            80: I82

                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Carter Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I83
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Kennedy Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I84
                -- (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Brown Mentioned
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I85
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Mondale Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I86
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Other Candidate Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I87



                --(if R makes mentions) ## Of all the Candidates Who is R's
                   First Choice for the Democratic Nomination
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I88
                         ---(if R makes choice) ## Who is R's Second Choice
                                80: V89

       - Are There Republican Candidates R Would Vote for in November
           1980. Who.  [list shown to R]
            80: I103

                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Reagan Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I104
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Anderson Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I105
                -- (if R makes mention) Summary: Was Connally Mentioned
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I106
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Ford Mentioned (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I107
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Baker Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I108
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Bush Mentioned (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I109
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Crane Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I110
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Dole Mentioned (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I111
                --(if R makes mention) Summary: Was Other Candidate Mentioned
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I112
                --(if R makes mentions) Of all the Candidates Who is R's First
                   Choice for the Republican Nomination (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I113
                         ---(if R makes choice) Who is R's Second Choice
                                80: V114

       - Summary:  R's Choices for Democratic and Republican
           Candidates
            80: I115

                --(if R has chosen both) If the Presidential Election Were
                   Being Held Today Between R's Chosen Democratic
                   Nominee and R's Chosen Republican Nominee, Who
                   Would R Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I116
                         ---(if R chooses) Summary: R's Mock Election
                             Choice
                                80: I117

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Considered Voting for
           Anderson as a Way of Protesting the Choice of Presidential
           Candidates from the Major Parties [asked of Rs who do not
           intend to vote and who have considered  voting for Anderson
           as president; and asked of Rs who intend to vote for a
           candidate other than Anderson but who have considered voting
           for Anderson]
            80: V142;I166

         Perceptions 1952, presidential:
       - Which Candidate Would Make Best President
            52: V31  

         Perceptions 1988, presidential:
       - Which Republican Presidential Candidate Does R Think Would
           Make the Best President 
            88: V142[&166]

                --(if Bush) Would Bush Make a Much Better Candidate
                   Than Any Other, or Would Some Other Republican
                   Candidate Be Nearly As Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V143
                 --(if not Bush) Would Other Candidate Make a Much
                    Better Candidate Than Bush, or Would Bush Be
                    Nearly as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V144

         Perceptions 1988, presidential:
       - Which Democratic Presidential Candidate Does R Think Would
           Make the Best President
            88: V145[&167]

                --(if Dukakis) Would Dukakis Make a Much Better
                   Candidate Than Any Other, or Would Some Other
                   Democratic Candidate Be Nearly As Good.
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V146
                --(if not Dukakis) Would Other Candidate Make a
                   Much Better Candidate Than Dukakis, or Would
                   Dukakis Be Nearly as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V147


                                                
                        Of nonvoters V.D.3.e(3) 
                                                

       - If R Had Voted in the Presidential Primary, Would R Have
           Voted in the Democratic or Republican Primary
            80: I143            88: ST1542
                --(if R chooses) Did R Prefer One of the Candidates. Which
                   One. Summary [list shown to R] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I144,145  88: ST1543,1544,1545
                         ---(if R chooses) Was R's Preference for This
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                80: I146
                                88: ST1546

       - Had Voted and if R Could Have Cast More than One Vote, What
           Other Candidates Would R Have Considered Voting for (5 mentions)
            88: 1547-1551[&1552]

       - If R Were Going to Vote, How Does R Think R Would Vote for
           President This Election (PRE) [asked of Rs who do not intend to vote or who do not know
                               whether they will vote or not]
            52: V86              56: V104             60: V104
            64: V163             68: V134             72: V171
            76: V3045            80: V137;I161        84: V425;CM164
            88: V397             92: V3807

                --(if R names candidate) Is R's Preference for This Candidate
                   Strong or Not Strong (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V426;CM165
                     88: V398
                     92: V3808
                --(if not Perot) Was Perot Ever R's First Choice
                     92: V3810
                --(if R names candidate) What is the Most Important Reason Why
                   R Would Vote for This Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V87             56: V105
                     60: V105            64: V164
                     68: V135
                --(if R names candidate) Would the Question of President
                   Eisenhower's Health Make Any Difference to R in
                   Deciding How R Would Vote. Reasons
                     56: V106,107 (FOLLOWUP)
                --(if R names candidate) Would R Say S/he Would be Voting
                   Mainly for R's Candidate or Voting Mainly Against
                   Opposing Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     60: V106            64: V165
                --(if not Anderson) ## Has R at Any Time Considered Voting
                   for Anderson (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V138;I162
                         ---(if yes) ## Is the Following Statement True: I
                             am Not Voting for Anderson Because He Has
                             no Chance of Winning the Election
                                80: V139;I163
                         ---(if yes) ## Is the Following Statement True: I
                             Believe That if I Vote for Anderson, I
                             Will Help Elect Another Candidate I
                             Dislike More
                                80: V140;I164
                         ---(if yes) ## Is the Following Statement True: I
                             Feel Uneasy About Voting for a
                             Presidential Candidate Who is Not Backed
                             by Either Major Political Party
                                80: V141;I165
                         ---(if yes) ## Is the Following Statement True: I
                             Considered Voting for Anderson as a Way
                             of Protesting the Choice of Presidential
                             Candidates from the Major Parties
                                80: V142;I166

       - Which Presidential Candidate in the Primary, If Any, Does R
           Prefer [list shown to R] [asked of Rs who do not intend to
           vote in the presidential  primary]
            80: I155 

       - ## If R Had Voted, Who Would R Have Voted for/ Who Did R
           Prefer For President [asked only of nonvoters]
            52: V178             56: V203             60: V201
            64: V286             68: V316

                --(if R had preference) What Would Have Been the Most 
                   Important Reason Why R Would Have Voted for
                   Preferred Presidential Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     56: V204            60: V202
                     64: V287

       - ## Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for President (POST)
                               [asked only of nonvoters]
            80: V1014;I179       84: V805;CM170       88: V774
            92: V5633            PS: V326*

                --(if yes) Who Did R Prefer (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V1015;I180      84: V806;CM171
                     88: V775            92: V5634
                     PS: V327*
                         ---(if name given) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                80: V1016;I181      
                                84: V807
                                88: V776
                                92: V5635

       - Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for the U.S. House of
           Representatives (1958,1962: Who Would R Have Voted for For
           Congress if R Had Voted: Name, Party) [asked of only nonvoters]
            58: V78              62: V41              78: V487
            80: V1017            84: V808             86: V279
            88: V777             90: V300             CWP:V300
            92: V5636            PS: V328

               --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V488            80: V1018
                     84: V809,810        86: V280,281
                     88: V778,779        90: V301,302
                     CWP:V301,302        92: V5637,5638
                     PS: V329,330
                         ---(if R discloses) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V479
                                80: V1019
                                84: V811

       - Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for the U.S. Senate [asked only
                               of nonvoters]
            78: V491             80: V1021             PS: V331

                --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V492            80: V1022
                     PS: V332,333
                         ---(if R discloses) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V493
                                80: V1023

       - Did R Prefer One of the Candidates for Governor [asked only of
          nonvoters]
            78: V495             80: V1025          PS: V334*

                --(if yes) Who. Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V496            80: V1026
                     PS: V335*,336*
                         ---(if R discloses) Was R's Preference for this
                             Candidate Strong or Not Strong
                                78: V497
                                80: V1027




















                                                                              
 VOTE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AND INFLUENCES ON R'S VOTE              V.D.3.f 
                                                                              

          SEE ALSO:  Chpater II section A.2.a(3), Evaluation and Knowledge of
          Candidates, Presidential, Vice-Presidential Level, Likes/Dislikes,
          for the following questions (called "likes/dislikes"):
              'Is there anything in particular about  that might make you want to vote for
               him?'
               'Is there anything in particular about  that might make you want to vote against
               him?'

       - Is There Anything in Particular That Happened During the
           Campaign, Something R Saw, Read or Heard About That Helped
           R Decide How S/he Was Going to Vote [asked of voters only]
            52: V200

                --(if yes) What  (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V201,202

       - What is the Most Important Reason Why R is Going to Vote for
           Candidate for President (PRE) [asked of Rs who intend to vote
           and who specify candidate they plan to vote for]
            52: V82              56: V101             60: V102
            64: V161             68: V135

       - What is the Most Important Reason Why R Would Vote for This
          Candidate for President (PRE) [asked of Rs who do not intend to
          vote but who, if they voted, would prefer a named presidential
          candidate]
            52: V87              56: V105             60: V105
            64: V164             68: V135

       - What Was the Most Important Reason Why R Voted for
           Presidential Candidate (POST) [asked of Rs who voted for president]
            52: V182             56: V204             60: V202
            64: V287             68: V317

       - If R Had Voted, What Would Have Been the Most Important
           Reason Why R Would Have Voted for Preferred Presidential
           Candidate (POST) [asked of nonvoters who had a presidential
           candidate preference]
            56: V204             60: V202             64: V287

       - What Was the Most Important Reason That R Voted For
           Congressional Candidate (1964: 2 mentions) (POST) [asked of Rs who
                               voted for congressional candidate]
            56: V213             58: V83              60: V212
            62: V44

       - What Was the Most Important Reason That R Voted For
           Congressional Candidate in Primary (2 mentions) (POST)
           [asked of Rs who voted for congressional candidate in primary]
            64: V172

       - Does R Remember Why R Voted as S/he Did in the Congressional
           Primary  [asked of Rs who voted for congressional candidate
           in primary but can't recall for who]
            64: V173

       - Will R be Voting Mainly for Presidential Candidate or Voting
           Mainly Against Opposing Candidate [asked of Rs who intend to
           vote and who specify candidate they plan to vote for]
            60: V103              64: V162

       - Would R Say S/he Would be Voting Mainly for a Presidential
           Candidate or Voting Mainly Against Opposing Candidate [asked of
           Rs who do not intend to vote but who, if they voted, would prefer
           a named presidential candidate]
            60: V106              64: V165

       - Did R Feel S/he Was R Voting for a Presidential Candidate or
           Voting Against Opposing Candidate  [asked of Rs who voted for
           president]
            60: V205

       - Has the Question of President Eisenhower's Health Made Any
           Difference to R in in Deciding How R Would Vote for
           President. Reasons [asked of Rs who intend to vote and
           who specify candidate they plan to vote for]
            56: V102,103

       - Would the Question of President Eisenhower's Health Make Any
           Difference to R in in Deciding How R Would Vote if R Were
           to Vote for President. Reasons. [asked of Rs who do not
           intend to vote but who, if they voted, would prefer a named
           presidential candidate]
            56: V106,107

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I am Not Voting for
           Anderson Because He Has no Chance of Winning the Election
           [asked of Rs who intend to vote for candidate other than
           Anderson but who have considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V139;I163

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I am Not Voting for
           Anderson Because He Has no Chance of Winning the Election
           [asked of Rs who do not intend to vote but who have considered
           voting for Anderson]
            80: V139;I163

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Believe That if I Vote
           for Anderson, I Will Help Elect Another Candidate I Dislike
           More [asked of Rs who intend to vote for candidate other than
           Anderson but who have considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V140;I164

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Believe That if I Vote
           for Anderson, I Will Help Elect Another Candidate I Dislike
           More [asked of Rs who do not intend to vote but who have
           considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V140;I164

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Feel Uneasy About
           Voting for a Presidential Candidate Who is Not Backed by
           Either Major Political Party [asked of Rs who intend to
           vote for candidate other than Anderson but who have considered
           voting for Anderson]
            80: V141;I165


       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Feel Uneasy About
           Voting for a Presidential Candidate Who is Not Backed by
           Either Major Political Party [asked of Rs who do not
           intend to vote but who have considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V141;I165

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Considered Voting for
           Anderson as a Way of Protesting the Choice of Presidential
           Candidates from the Major Parties [asked of Rs who intend
           to vote for candidate other than Anderson but who have
           considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V142;I166

       - ## Is the Following Statement True: I Considered Voting for
           Anderson as a Way of Protesting the Choice of Presidential
           Candidates from the Major Parties [asked of Rs who do not
           intend to vote but who have considered voting for Anderson]
            80: V142;I166

       - Did R Ever Think During the Campaign That S/he Might Vote for
           Candidate Opposing his/her Presidential Candidate  [asked of Rs
           who voted for president]
            52: V184             56: V207             60: V206

                --(if yes) What Made R Decide Not to Vote for Opposing
                   Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V185            56: V208
                     60: V207

       - (IF R VOTED FOR BUSH) Was There Ever a Time When R Thought S/he
           Would Vote for Clinton or Perot
            92: V5613

                 --(if yes) Which One
                     92: V5614

       - (IF R VOTED FOR CLINTON) Was There Ever a Time When R Thought
           S/he Would Vote for Bush or Perot
            92: V5615

                 --(if yes) Which One
                     92: V5616

       - (IF R VOTED FOR PEROT) Was There Ever a Time When R Thought
           S/he Would Vote for Clinton or Bush
             92: V5617

                 --(if yes) Which One
                    92: V5618

       - Summary: R Presidential Vote / Existence of Earlier
           Preference for Other Presidential Candidate
             92: V5619



       - How Long Before the Election Did R Decide S/he Was Going to
           Vote the Way S/he Did for President [asked of R who voted for
           president]
            52: V183             56: V206             60: V204
            64: V288             68: V318             72: V479
            76: V3666            80: V996;I175        84: V790
            92: V5611            CF: V712

       - How Long Before the Election Did R Decide S/he Was Going to
           Vote the Way S/he Did for House [asked of Rs who voted for
           congressional candidate]
            58: V84              62: V45

       - When Did R Decide to Vote for Candidate in Republican
           Primary: Just Before the Primary, Early This Year or Even
           Earlier Than That [asked of Rs who voted in the 1980 republican
           primary in R's state]
            80: I123

       - When Did R Decide to Vote for Candidate in Democratic
           Primary: Just Before the Primary, Early This Year or Even
           Earlier Than That [asked of Rs who voted in the 1980 democratic
           primary in R's state]
            80: I136

       - When Did R Decide to Vote for Presidential Primary Candidate:
           on Election Day, a Week Before or Even Earlier
            88: ST1535

       - Because George Wallace is Running as a 3rd Party Candidate
           for President in 1968, There Has Been Some Discussion About
           How the Electoral College System Might Affect the Choice of
           President:  Has R Paid Any Attention to This Question or
           Heard Any Talk About it. [IF YES]  How Likely Does R Think
           it is That No Candidate Will Receive a Majority of
           Electoral College Votes This Year:  Very Likely, Somewhat
           Likely, or Not Very Likely
            68: V136  

                --(if R has opinion) Has This Problem Made Any Difference to
                   R in Deciding Whether R is Going to Vote or Who R
                   is Going to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V138

       - Does R Think Any of R's Friends' Opinions About the Election
           Had Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to Vote [asked of voters
                               only]
            52: V193

       - Does R Think Any of the Opinions About the Election of People
           Where R Works Had Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to
           Vote [asked of voters only; not asked if R doesn't work, works alone or is a farmer or housewife]
            52: V195

       - Does R Think Any of Spouse's Opinions About the Election Had
           Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to Vote [asked of voters and
                               married Rs only]
            52: V197

       - Does R Think Any of the Opinions About the Election of R's
           Family Had Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to Vote
           [asked of voters only; not asked if R has no family]
            52: V199

       - Did Anyone R Knows Talk to R and Try to Show R Who to Vote
           For [not party canvassers or workers]
            76: V3530            80: V794

       - Did Anyone R Knows Talk to R and Try to Show R Who to Vote
           For for President [not party canvassers or workers]
            80: I48

                --(if yes) For Which Candidate  (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I49 

       - Did Any of the Following People Talk to R About Why R Should
           Vote for One of the Parties or Candidates [list shown to R]
            68: V408         

                --(if yes) Who:  Spouse [IF YES] Does This Person Pay More
                   Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V409
                --(if yes) Who:  Spouse [IF YES] Who Did Spouse Tell R to
                   Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V410
                --(if yes) Who:  Relative [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V411
                --(if yes) Who:  Relative [IF YES] Who Did Relative Tell R
                   to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V412
                --(if yes) Who:  Friend [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V413
                --(if yes) Who:  Friend [IF YES] Who Did Friend Tell R to
                   for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V414
                --(if yes) Who:  Coworker [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V415
                --(if yes) Who:  Coworker [IF YES] Who Did Coworker Tell R
                   to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V416


                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Does This Person Pay
                   More Attention or Less Attention to Politics Than R
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V417
                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Who Did Person Tell
                   R to Vote for (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V418
                --(if yes) Who:  Anyone Else [IF YES] Who is This Person
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V419
                --(if yes) Who: Multiple Response Categories [for Rs who
                    named more than 1 person within any of the 5 categories]
                    (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V420

       - Does R Think Anything Said by Person Representing Political
           Party who Came to Talk to R During the Campaign Had
           Anything to Do With the Way R Decided to Vote [asked of voters
           to whom someone from a political party came to talk to R during
           the campaigns]
            52: V191

       - Is This a Reason R Watches Television Programs about
           Political Candidates and Events:  to Help R  Decide How to
           Vote in an Election (Does This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a
           Little, or Not at All) [asked of Rs who watched campaign
           programs on TV]
            74: V2039

       - Is This a Reason R Reads Newspaper Stories Dealing with 
           Political Candidates and Events:  to Help R  Decide How to
           Vote in an Election (Does This Reason Apply to R a Lot, a
           Little, or Not at All) [asked of Rs who read a daily newspaper]
            74: V2058

       - Did Important Issue(s) in House Campaign in R's
           District Influence R's Preference Among House Candidates
           [Important Issue(s) Named by R]
            78: V184             80: V916             86: V209
            88: V704             90: V228             CWP:V228
            92: V5431

                --(if yes) Candidate R Preferred as a Result. Party
                   of Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V185             80: V917 
                     86: V210,211         88: V705,706
                     90: V229,230         CWP:V229,230
                     92: V5432,5433

       - How Satisfied is R With the Choice of Presidential Candidates
            92: V3145

       - Anything About Candidates Mentioned in R's Church 
            60: V254 

       - How Would R Vote If Disliked Party Candidate  
            52: V63  



                                                                   
  R's Voting History                                        V.D.4  
                                                                    

       - Summary: Number of Presidential Elections Since R Was of
           Voting Age [asked after age of R is calculated]
            68: V342 

       - Since R Has Been Eligible to Vote, How Many Times Has R Voted
           [asked after age of R is calculated]
            68: V343

                --(if 3 or more) Of Those Times When R Voted, About How Many
                   Times Would R Guess That R Voted for the Democratic
                   Candidate for President (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V344

       - In the Elections for President Since R Has Been Old Enough to
           Vote, Would R Say S/he Has Voted in All of Them, Most of
           Them, Some of Them, or None of Them
            52: V71              56: V93              58: V72  
            60: V95              62: V36              64: V154  
            66: V83              68: V127             70: V196  
            72: V156             74: V2211            76: V3179  
            80: V350;I68         CF: V711

                --(if has ever voted for President) Has R Always Voted for
                   the Same Party or Has R Voted for Different Parties for
                   President. [IF SAME] Which Party (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V72             56: V94
                     58: V73             60: V96
                     62: V37             64: V155  
                     66: V84             68: V128
                     70: V197,198        72: V157,158
                     74: V2212,2213      76: V3180,3181
                     80: V351,352;I69,70 CF: V711

       - Does R Remember Who R Voted for the First Time R Voted for
           President
            52: V73

                --(if yes) Who. Party. (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V74
                --(if yes) Year (FOLLOWUP)
                     52: V75

       - Does R Remember For Sure Whether R Voted in the Last
           Presidential Election (2 or 4 Years Ago; 1956: 4 Years Ago
           and 8 Years Ago). [IF YES, VOTED] For Whom.
            52: V76,179          56: V95,96           58: V74  
            60: V97              62: V38              64: V156  
            66: V85              68: V129             70: V199,200  
            72: V159,160         76: V3182,3183       80: V353,354;
            82: V292,293[C]      88: V630,631             I71,72
            90: V166,167         CWP:V166,167         92: V3107,3108
            PS: V314,315         CF: V9027