Care Who Wins Presidential Election 1952 -2014

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Data Table

  '52 '54 '56 '58 '60 '62 '64 '66 '68 '70 '72 '74 '76 '78 '80 '82 '84 '86 '88 '90 '92 '94 '96 '98 '00 '02 '04 '06 '08 '10 '12 '14
Don't Care/Don't Know 33
(585)
** 37
(637)
** 35
(651)
** 35
(539)
** 35
(522)
** 40
(1062)
** 43
(1233)
** 44
(686)
** 35
(788)
** 39
(794)
** 25
(623)
** 22
(383)
** 24
(437)
** 15
(179)
** 20
(465)
** 19
(1097)
**
Care a Good Deal 67
(1178)
** 63
(1086)
** 65
(1222)
** 65
(1023)
** 65
(974)
** 60
(1620)
** 57
(1611)
** 56
(869)
** 65
(1453)
** 61
(1242)
** 75
(1854)
** 78
(1331)
** 76
(1370)
** 85
(1033)
** 80
(1847)
** 81
(4786)
**
N 1763 0 1723 0 1873 0 1562 0 1496 0 2682 0 2844 0 1555 0 2241 0 2036 0 2477 0 1714 0 1807 0 1212 0 2312 0 5883 0

Percentage Within Study Year
Table 6D.7.
Source: VCF0311 in the ANES Cumulative Data File dataset, weighted with VCF0009z
Link to see data by mode (2012)

Percent among demographic groups who responded:

Don't Care/ Don't Know
Care a Good Deal

Question Text:

"Generally speaking, would you say that you personally care a good deal which party (1992 AND LATER: who) wins the presidential election this fall, or don't you care very much which party (1992 AND LATER: who) wins?"

Note:

2012 data are for the combined (face-to-face and internet) sample.

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