Republican Presidential Candidate Moral 1980 -2008

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Data Table

  '80 '82 '84 '86 '88 '90 '92 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '06 '08
Extremely Well 18
(252)
** 34
(721)
** 22
(393)
** 26
(628)
** 22
(356)
** 21
(336)
** 28
(331)
** 21
(232)
Quite Well 54
(766)
** 48
(1003)
** 56
(1025)
** 54
(1293)
** 55
(876)
** 52
(831)
** 41
(485)
** 45
(495)
Not Too Well 23
(330)
** 14
(290)
** 17
(319)
** 16
(381)
** 20
(318)
** 21
(333)
** 21
(244)
** 25
(275)
Not Well at All 5
(75)
** 4
(83)
** 5
(89)
** 4
(98)
** 3
(56)
** 7
(106)
** 10
(119)
** 8
(87)
N 1423 0 2097 0 1826 0 2400 0 1606 0 1606 0 1179 0 1089

Percentage Within Study Year
Table 7C.7.
Source: VCF0367 in the ANES Cumulative Data File dataset, weighted with VCF0009z

Percent among demographic groups who responded:

Quite Well/ Extremely Well
Not Too Well/ Not Well at All

Question Text:

"Think about {the republican presidential candidate}. In your opinion, does the phrase MORAL describe {the republican presidential candidate} extremely well, quite well, not too well or not well at all?"

Note:

This question was administered to a half-sample in 2008.

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