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1 z POLL June 12-16, 2009 N= 895 All trends are from New York Times/CBS News polls unless otherwise noted. An asterisk indicates registered respondents only. 1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/

2 2. Do you feel things in this country are generally going in the right direction or do you feel things have pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Right Wrong DK/NA Right Wrong DK/NA 1/27-28/91 CBS /14-18/ /4-6/ /24-28/ /15-18/ /9-14/05 NYT /27-28/94 CBS /13-16/05 CBS /3-6/95 NYT /20-24/05 CBS /8-11/96 NYT /10-15/ /16-18/96 CBS /29-8/2/05 CBS /19-21/ /9-13/ /8-10/ /3-5/05 CBS /12-13/ /30-11/1/05 CBS /26-28/ /2-6/ /10-13/ /5-8/06 CBS /8-12/ /20-25/ /23-25/01 CBS /9-12/06 CBS /14-18/ /28-30/06 CBS /25-28/ /4-8/ /7-10/ /10-11/06 CBS /24-27/ /21-25/ /13-16/ /17-21/ /22-23/02 CBS /27-31/ /6-7/02 CBS /8-10/06 CBS /2-5/ /1-3/07 CBS /3-6/ /18-21/07 CBS /27-31/ /8-11/07 CBS /20-24/ /23-27/ /10-12/ /7-11/ /22/ /18-23/ /11-13/ /26-28/07 CBS /28-10/1/ /9-17/ /13-27/ /4-8/ /10-12/03 CBS /5-9/ /10-13/ /9-12/ /14-15/ /28-4/2/ /12-15/ /30-6/3/08 CBS /12-15/04 CBS /7-14/ /10-14/ /12-16/ /30-4/1/04 CBS /10-13/ /23-27/ /19-22/ /20-23/04 CBS /25-29/ /23-27/ /4-8/08 CBS /11-15/ /11-15/ /15-18/04 CBS /2-4/09 CBS /12-16/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/04 CBS /1-5/ /1-3/ /22-26/ /14-17/ /6-12/09 CBS /28-30/ /12-16/ /18-21/

3 3. What do you think is the most important problem facing the country today? 3/07 5/07 7/07 9/07 12/07 1/08 2/08 4/08 7/08 1/09 4/09 6/09 Health Care Social Security Budget Deficit Education Medicare/ Medicaid Taxes Economy Immigration Defense Poverty Crime Foreign Policy Jobs Abortion Moral Values Welfare President War Iraq Politicians/ Government Heating oil/gas Crisis Environment Religious Values Terrorism general Other DK/NA Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling foreign policy? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/

4 4/1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the economy? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 2/2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-16/09 CBS /20-22/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/ Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling health care? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 6/12-16/ Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the problems facing the auto industry? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 6/12-16/ Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the threat of terrorism? Approve Disapprove DK/NA 2/2-4/09 CBS /22-26/ /12-16/ Question read:... handling the campaign against terrorism? 4

5 10. How would you rate the condition of the national economy these days? Is it very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad? Very Fairly Fairly Very Very Fairly Fairly Very good good bad bad DK/NA good good bad bad DK/NA 1/92A /4-6/03 CBS /92B /19-22/ /92A /10-12/ /92B /20-24/ / /11-13/ / /9-12/ / /28-10/1/ /92A /20-21/03 CBS /92A /10-13/ /92A /14-15/ /92C /12-15/ /92D /10-14/ /92E /23-27/ / /20-23/04 CBS / /23-27/ / /15-18/04 CBS / /12-16/ /93A /1-3/ /93B /14-17/ / /18-21/ / /24-28/ / /10-15/ / /29-8/2/05 CBS / /9-13/ / /30-11/1/05 CBS / /2-6/ / /5-8/06 CBS / /20-25/ / /22-26/06 CBS / /9-12/06 CBS / /6-9/06 CBS / /28-30/06 CBS / /4-8/ / /21-25/ / /17-21/ / /15-19/ / /5-8/ / /27-31/ / /8-10/06 CBS / /1-3/07 CBS / /18-21/07 CBS / /8-11/07 CBS /96B /23-27/ / /7-11/ / /9-12/07 CBS / /18-23/ / /9-17/ /96C /8-12/07 CBS / /4-8/ / /12-16/07 CBS / /5-9/ / /9-12/ / /30-2/2/08 CBS / /20-24/ / /15-18/08 CBS / /28-4/2/ / /25-29/ /11-13/ /1-3/ /19-20/ /30-6/3/08 CBS /98A /7-14/ /98B 2/ /31-8/5/08 CBS 8/15-19/ / /12-16/ /00D* /21-24/ / /27-30/08 CBS / /3-5/08 CBS /00 CBS /10-13/ /01 CBS /19-22/ /8-12/ /25-29/ /01B CBS /4-8/08 CBS /01 CBS /11-15/ /14-18/ /2-4/09 CBS /20-23/ /18-22/ /25-28/ /12-16/09 CBS /07-10/ /1-5/ /5-6/02 CBS /22-26/ /15-17/02CBS /6-12/09 CBS /21-24/ /12-16/ /24-26/02CBS /13-14/02CBS /18-20/02CBS /13-16/ /22-23/02CBS /6-7/02 CBS /2-5/ /3-6/ /27-31/ /20-24/

6 11. Do you think the economy is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same? Better Worse Same DK/NA Better Worse Same DK/NA 1/92A /20-24/ /92B /19-22/ /92B /11-13/ / /9-12/ / /13-27/ / /26-28/03 CBS /92A /28-10/1/ /92A /10-13/ /92A /14-15/ /92C /12-15/ /92D /12-15/04 CBS /92E /10-14/ / /23-27/ / /20-23/04 CBS / /23-27/ / /12-16/ /93A /12-16/ /93 CBS /14-17/ / /18-21/ / /14-18/ / /24-28/ / /10-15/ / /29-8/2/05 CBS / /9-13/ / /30-11/1/05 CBS /95 CBS /2-6/ / /5-8/06 CBS / /20-25/ / /9-12/ / /4-8/ / /21-25/ / /15-19/ / /5-8/ / /27-31/ / /8-11/07 CBS /96 NYT /23-27/ / /9-12/07 CBS / /18-23/ /96C /9-17/ / /4-8/ / /12-16/07 CBS / /5-9/ / /9-12/ / /30-2/2/08 CBS /97 CBS /20-24/ / /15-18/08 CBS / /28-4/2/ /98A /25-29/ /98B /30-6/3/08 CBS / /7-14/ /01 CBS /12-16/ /01 CBS /21-24/ /8-12/ /27-30/08 CBS /01 CBS /3-5/08 CBS /01 CBS /10-13/ /14-18/ /19-22/ /20-23/ /25-29/ /25-28/ /4-8/08 CBS /07-10/ /11-15/ /5-6/02 CBS /2-4/09 CBS /21-24/ /18-22/ /13-14/02CBS /12-16/09 CBS /13-16/ /1-5/ /3-5/ /22-26/ /27-31/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/

7 14. How much of the time do you think you can trust the government in Washington to do what is right just about always, most of the time, or only some of the time? Always/ Some/ Always Most Some Never(vol.) DK/NA Most Never 2/ / / / / / / / /83NYT /83NYT /84B /85NYT / / / / / / /88B / / /90B / /92C* / / / / / / / /98B /25-28/ /7-10/ /21-24/ /13-16/ /2-5/ /13-27/ /11-15/ /9-13/ /2-6/ /20-25/ /15-19/ /5-8/ /9-17/ /10-13/ /12-16/ QUESTION READ: HOW MUCH OF THE TIME DO YOU THINK YOU CAN TRUST THE GOVERNMENT TO DO WHAT'S RIGHT--JUST ABOUT ALWAYS, MOST OF THE TIME, ONLY SOME TIME, OR NONE OF THE TIME? 2 QUESTION READ: HOW MUCH DO YOU TRUST THE GOVERNMENT IN WASHINGTON TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT--JUST ABOUT ALWAYS, MOST OF THE TIME, ONLY SOME OF THE TIME, OR ALMOST NEVER? 7

8 15. Which comes closer to your view: Government should do more to solve national problems, or Government is doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals? Government should Government doing do more too much DK/NA 10/29-11/1/ /27-28/94 CBS /2-3/95 CBS /5-9/ /22-25/ /22-24/ /31-4/2/ /31-6/3/ /16-18/96* /26-28/96* CBS /2-4/96* /10-13/96* /30-2/1/97 CBS /31-11/1/98 CBS /13-17/00* /7-11/ /12-16/09 CBS /12-16/ So far, do you think Barack Obama's policies have made the economy better, made the economy worse or haven't his policies had any effect on the economy yet? Better Worse No effect yet DK/NA 6/12-16/ FOR COMPARISON: If Barack Obama is elected president, do you think his policies would make the economy better, make the economy worse or wouldn't his policies have any effect on the economy? Better Worse No effect DK/NA 10/25-29/08* /28-31/08* CBS /31-11/2/08* CBS As you may know, the budget deficit is the shortfall when the amount of money the government spends is more than the amount of money it takes in. How much have you heard or read about the federal government's current budget deficit -- a lot, some, not much, or nothing at all? A lot Some Not much Nothing at all DK/NA 6/12-16/ Which comes closer to your own view? The federal government should spend money to stimulate the national economy, even if it means increasing the budget deficit, OR The federal government should NOT spend money to stimulate the national economy and should instead focus on reducing the budget deficit. Stimulate the economy Reduce budget deficit DK/NA 6/12-16/ FOR COMPARISON: Which comes closer to your view: 1. The federal government should spend money to stimulate the national economy, even if it means increasing the budget deficit and the national debt, OR 2. The federal government should not spend money to stimulate the national economy and should focus instead on reducing the budget deficit and the national debt? Stimulate the economy Reduce budget deficit DK/NA 4/1-5/ So far, do you think the Obama Administration has developed a clear plan for dealing with the current budget deficit, or hasn't it developed one yet? Has developed clear plan Has not developed clear plan DK/NA 6/12-16/

9 20. In general, is your opinion of the Republican party favorable or not favorable? QUESTIONS WERE ROTATED. Fav Not fav DK/NA Fav Not fav DK/NA 12/85 NYT /8-12/ /88B /14-18/ / /21-24/ / /13-16/ / /3-5/ /92 CBS /27-31/ / /20-24/ /92* /19-22/ /92* /9-12/ / /13-27/ / /28-10/1/ / /10-13/ /94 CBS /14-16/ /95 CBS /12-15/ / /10-14/ / /11-15/ / /14-17/ /96* /18-21/ /96* /14-18/ /96B* CBS /2-6/ /96C* /20-25/ /96D* CBS /9-12/06 CBS /96* /6-9/06 CBS / /4-8/ / /21-25/ /17/ /15-19/ /19/ /5-8/ /20/ /27-31/ /99 CBS /23-27/ / /7-11/ /99 CBS /18-23/ /99 CBS /9-17/ /99 CBS /5-9/ / /25-29/ / /10-13/ /00* /19-22/ /00B* /1-5/ /00D* /12-16/ /00L

10 21. In general, is your opinion of the Democratic party favorable or not favorable? QUESTIONS WERE ROTATED. Fav Not fav DK/NA Fav Not fav DK/NA 12/85 NYT /8-12/ /88B /14-18/ / /21-24/ / /13-16/ / /3-5/ /92 CBS /27-31/02* / /20-24/ /92* /19-22/ /92* /9-12/ / /13-27/ / /28-10/1/ / /10-13/ /94 CBS /14-16/ /95 CBS /12-15/ / /10-14/ / /11-15/ / /14-17/ /96* /18-21/ /96* /14-18/ /96B* CBS /2-6/ /96C* /20-25/ /96D* CBS /9-12/06 CBS /96* /6-9/06 CBS / /4-8/ / /21-25/ /17/ /15-16/ /19/ /5-8/ /20/ /27-31/ /99 CBS /23-27/ / /7-11/ / /18-23/ / /9-17/ / /5-9/ / /25-29/ / /10-13/ /00* /19-22/ /00B* /1-5/ /00D* /12-16/ /00L Which comes closest to your view? Gay couples should be allowed to legally marry OR gay couples should be allowed to form civil unions but not legally marry OR there should be no legal recognition of a gay couple s relationship? Marry Civil unions No legal recognition DK/NA 3/10-14/ /20-23/04* CBS /11-15/ /28-30/ /18-21/ /24-28/ /29-8/2/05 CBS /27-31/ /7-11/ /30-6/3/08 CBS /15-20/ /12-16/09 CBS /22-26/ /12-16/ Which of these comes closest to your view? 1. Abortion should be generally available to those who want it; OR 2. Abortion should be available but under stricter limits than it is now; OR 3. Abortion should not be permitted? Available Available but stricter Not permitted DK/NA 9/89B / / / /

11 8/91B / /92B / / / / /92A /92C / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /00B / /28-5/1/ /4-6/03 CBS /19-22/ /13-27/ /11-15/ /18-21/ /14-18/ /24-28/ /21-22/05 CBS /13-16/05 CBS /2-6/ /20-25/ /7-11/ /18-23/ /9-17/ /4-9/ /5-9/ /15-20/ /12-16/08 6/12-16/ VARIED WORDING: WHICH OF THESE COMES CLOSEST TO YOUR VIEW? 1. ABORTION SHOULD BE GENERALLY AVAILABLE TO THOSE WHO WANT IT; 2. ABORTION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE BUT MORE DIFFICULT TO GET THAN IT IS NOW; OR 3. ABORTION SHOULD NOT BE AVAILABLE? 11

12 26. More than 35 years ago, the Supreme Court's decision in Roe versus Wade established a Constitutional right for women to obtain legal abortions in this country. In general, do you think the Court's decision was a good thing or a bad thing? Good thing Bad thing Both good/bad (vol.) DK/NA 1/ /13-14/05 2 CBS /29-8/2/05 2 CBS /12-16/ QUESTION READ: 25 years ago 2 QUESTION READ: More than 30 years ago 27. Would you like to see the Supreme Court overturn its 1973 Roe versus Wade decision concerning abortion, or not? Yes, overturn No, not overturn DK/NA 6/12-16/ In general, who do you think has a better chance of getting ahead in today s society white people, black people, or do white people and black people have about an equal chance of getting ahead? White people Black people Equal DK/NA 12/6-9/ /6-10/00 CBS /21-29/00 NYT /7-14/ /25-29/ /22-26/ /12-16/ In order to make up for past discrimination, do you favor or oppose programs which make special efforts to help minorities get ahead? QUESTIONS WERE ROTATED. Favor Oppose DK/NA 12/6-9/ /6-10/00 CBS /21-29/00 NYT /13-16/ /19-22/ /13-27/ /9-14/ /7-14/ /12-16/ Do you favor or oppose programs that make special efforts to help people get ahead who come from low-income backgrounds, regardless of their gender or ethnicity? QUESTIONS WERE ROTATED. Favor Oppose DK/NA 3/9-14/05 NYT /7-14/ /12-16/ When the Senate votes on a Supreme Court nominee, should it consider only that person's legal qualifications and background, or along with legal background, should the Senate also consider that nominee's personal views on major issues the Supreme Court decides? Legal issues Personal views too DK/NA 1/5-8/06 CBS /12-16/ How important is it for the members of the Supreme Court to reflect the diverse gender, ethnic and racial make-up of the country as a whole? Is it very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not important at all? Very Somewhat Not too Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/

13 34. How closely would you say you have been following news about the new tobacco legislation passed by Congress that would give the government more power to regulate cigarettes and other tobacco products very closely, somewhat closely, not very closely, or not at all? Very closely Somewhat closely Not very closely Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/ How closely would you say you have been following news about the appointment of federal appeals court judge Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court -- very closely, somewhat closely, not very closely, or not at all? Very closely Somewhat closely Not very closely Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/ Is your opinion of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor favorable, not favorable, undecided, or haven't heard enough about Sonia Sotomayor yet to have an opinion? Favorable Not favorable Undecided Haven't heard enough Refused 6/12-16/ What do you think right now? Should the Senate vote to confirm Sonia Sotomayor as a Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, or vote against Sotomayor, or can't you say? Vote to confirm Vote against Can't say DK/NA 6/12-16/ Before Senators vote on whether Sonia Sotomayor should be confirmed as a Justice of the Supreme Court, how important do you think it is for the Senate to know her positions on issues such as abortion and affirmative action -- is that very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important? Very Somewhat Not too Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/ FOR COMPARISON: Before Senators vote on whether Samuel Alito should be confirmed as a Justice of the Supreme Court, how important do you think it is for the Senate to know his positions on issues such as abortion and affirmative action--is that very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important? Very Somewhat Not too Not at all DK/NA 1/5-8/06 CBS If Sonia Sotomayor is confirmed to sit on the Supreme Court, do you think she will favor certain groups over others when making her judicial decisions, or do you think she will treat all groups the same under the law? Will favor certain groups Will treat all the same Depends (vol.) DK/NA 6/12-16/ How would you say things are going for the U.S. in its efforts to bring stability and order to Iraq? Would you say things are going very well, somewhat well, somewhat badly, or very badly? Very Smwhat Smwhat Very Very Smwhat Smwhat Very 5/27-28/03 CBS well well badly badly DK/NA /30-6/3/08 CBS well 4 well badly badly DK/NA /8-9/03 CBS /7-14/ /11-12/03 CBS /31-8/5/08 CBS /26-28/03 CBS /15-20/ /15-16/03 CBS /12-16/ /20-21/03 CBS /21-24/ /10-12/03 CBS /10-13/ /10-13/ /25-29/ /14-15/ /4-8/08 CBS /21-22/03 CBS /18-22/

14 4/8/04 CBS /12-16/09 CBS /23-27/ /1-5/ /20-23/04 CBS /22-26/ /23-27/ /12-16/ /11-15/ /15-18/ /12-16/ /14-17/ /28-30/ /18-21/ /14-18/ /24-28/ /13-16/05 CBS /20-24/05 CBS /10-15/ /13-14/05 CBS /29-8/2/05 CBS /29-31/05 CBS /3-5/05 CBS /30-11/1/05 CBS /2-6/ /5-8/06 CBS /20-25/ /22-26/06 CBS /9-12/06 CBS /6-9/06 CBS /28-30/06 CBS /4-8/ /21-25/ /11-13/06 CBS /17-21/ /15-19/ /5-8/ /27-31/ /8-10/06 CBS /1-3/07 CBS /18-21/07 CBS /8-11/07 CBS /24-27/ /7-11/ /9-12/07 CBS /18-23/ /26-28/07 CBS /9-17/ /20-22/ /8-12/07 CBS /4-8/ /14-16/07 CBS /12-16/07 CBS /5-9/ /9-12/ /30-2/2/08 CBS /20-24/ /25-29/ What is your impression of how the war in Afghanistan is going for the United States right now - very well, somewhat well, somewhat badly, or very badly? Very well Somewhat well Somewhat badly Very badly DK/NA 10/25-28/ /7-10/ /5-6/02 CBS /15-17/02 CBS /21-24/ /13-14/02 CBS /18-20/02 CBS /8-9/02 CBS /2-5/ /22-23/02 CBS /20-24/ /15-19/

15 9/21-24/ /4-8/08 CBS /12-16/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ How much have you heard or read about the United States government holding detainees at a U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -- a lot, some, not much or nothing at all? A lot Some Not much Nothing DK/NA 6/12-16/ As you may know, for the past seven years the United States has been holding a number of detainees at a U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Based on what you have heard or read, do you think the U.S. should continue to operate the prison at Guantanamo Bay, or do you think the U.S. should close the prison and transfer the prisoners somewhere else? QUESTION ASKED OF HALF THE SAMPLE N=438 Continue to operate Close it DK/NA 6/12-16/ As you may know, for the past seven years the United States has been holding a number of suspected terrorists at a U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Based on what you have heard or read, do you think the U.S. should continue to operate the prison at Guantanamo Bay, or do you think the U.S. should close the prison and transfer the prisoners somewhere else? QUESTION ASKED OF HALF THE SAMPLE N=457 Continue to operate Close it DK/NA 7/21-25/ /13-15/ /2-4/09 CBS /22-26/ /12-16/ ASKED OF THOSE WHO SAID THE PRISON SHOULD BE CLOSED IN Q88 or Q89: What if that meant bringing the detainees to maximum security prisons in the United States, then would you favor or oppose closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay? Favor Oppose DK/NA 6/12-16/

16 90. Many of the detainees currently being held at Guantanamo Bay have not been charged with a crime. What do you think should happen now: 1. Detainees should be charged with a crime or released by the United States back to the country where they were captured OR 2. Detainees should continue to be held without being charged with a crime for as long as the U.S. government thinks it is necessary? Charged or released Held as long as necessary DK/NA 6/12-16/ If the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay is closed, do you think the United States will be safer from terrorism, less safe from terrorism or will closing the prison in Guantanamo Bay have no effect on the United States' safety from terrorism? Safer Less safe No effect DK/NA 2/2-4/09 CBS /12-16/ QUESTION READ: If the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay is closed, do you think that will make the United States safer from terrorism, less safe from terrorism, or will closing the prison in Guantanamo Bay not affect the United States' safety from terrorism? 92. How concerned are you that the United States might send a detainee from Guantanamo Bay to another country where he could be tortured or killed -- very concerned, somewhat concerned, not very concerned or not at all concerned? Very Somewhat Not very Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/ How concerned are you that the United States might send a detainee from Guantanamo Bay to another country where he could be involved in attacks on the United States or Americans in the future -- very concerned, somewhat concerned, not very concerned or not at all concerned? Very Somewhat Not very Not at all DK/NA 6/12-16/

17 94. Think about your household income, would you say that it is more than enough so that you can save and buy some extras, just enough to meet your bills and obligations, or is it not enough to meet your bills and obligations? Can save and Just enough to pay Not enough to buy extras bills and obligations pay bills etc. DK/NA 3/31-4/2/ /31-6/3/ /14-18/ /21-25/ /15-19/ /5-8/ /27-31/ /24-27/ /20-24/ /5-9/ /30-2/2/08 CBS /20-24/ /25-29/ /30-6/3/08 CBS /12-16/ /21-24/ /10-13/ /19-22/ /4-8/08 CBS /11-15/ /18-22/ /1-5/ /22-26/ /6-12/09 CBS /12-16/ How concerned are you that in the next 12 months you or someone else in your household might be out of work and looking for a job very concerned, somewhat concerned, or not concerned at all? Very Somewhat Not at all DK/NA 3/31-4/2/ /2-4/ /3-5/ /23-27/ /20-23/04 CBS /23-27/ /12-16/ /14-15/04* /10-15/ /12-16/ /10-13/ /19-22/ /25-29/ /11-15/ /2-4/09 CBS /18-22/ /12-15/09 CBS /1-5/ /22-26/ /12-16/ Are you currently employed - either full-time or part-time or are you temporarily out of work, or are you not in the market for work at all? IF NOT IN MARKET FOR WORK, ASK: Are you currently retired, or not? Currently Temporarily Not in the employed out of work market for work Retired DK/NA 6/12-16/

18 100. These last few questions are for background only. If you were asked to use one of these five names for your social class, which would you say you belong in upper class, upper-middle class, middle class, working class, or lower class? Upper Upper-middle Middle Working Lower DK/NA 6/12-16/ Some people are registered to vote and others are not. Are you registered to vote in the precinct or election district where you now live, or aren't you? Yes No 6/12-16/ Did you vote in the 2008 presidential election, did something prevent you from voting, or did you choose not to vote? IF VOTED, ASK: Did you vote for Barack Obama, John McCain, or someone else? Voted, won t Obama McCain Someone else say whom(vol.) Didn't vote DK/NA 6/12-16/09* Do you have any children? IF YES, ASK: Are any of your children under 18? Yes, under 18 Yes, over 18 No DK/NA 6/12-16/ Some people think of themselves as evangelical or born again Christians. think of yourself in either of these ways? Do you ever Yes No DK/NA 6/12-16/ What is your religious preference today? Protestant Catholic Jewish Other None DK/NA 6/12-16/ Are you now married, widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never been married? Never Married Widowed Divorced Separated married DK/NA 6/12-16/

19 Generally speaking, do you usually consider yourself a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? Rep Dem Ind DK/NA Rep Dem Ind DK/NA 1/92A /00B /92B /00A /92A /00D /92B / / / / /00L /92A /8-12/ / /14-18/ / /25-28/ /92B /7-10/ /92A /21-24/ /92D /28-5/1/ /92E /13-16/ /92A /2-5/ /92A /3-5/ /92C /27-31/ /92D /20-24/ /92E /19-22/ / /10-12/ / /7-9/ / /11-13/ / /13-27/ /93A /28-10/1/ /93A /10-13/ /93B /14-15/ / /12-15/ / /10-14/ / /23-27/ / /23-27/ / /11-15/ / /12-16/ / /1-3/ / /14-17/ / /28-30/ / /18-21/ / /14-18/ / /24-28/ / /10-15/ / /9-13/ / /2-6/ / /20-25/ / /4-8/ / /21-25/ / /17-21/ / /15-19/ / /5-8/ /96 NYT /27-31/ / /24-27/ / /7-11/ /96C /20-24/ / /18-23/ / /9-17/ /96C /20-22/ / /4-8/ / /5-9/ / /9-12/ / /20-24/ / /28-4/2/ /98B /25-29/ / /1-3/ / /7-14/ / /15-20/ / /12-16/ / /21-24/ /98B /10-13/ /98C /19-22/ /98A /25-29/ /98B /11-15/ / /18-22/ / /1-5/ / /22-26/ / /12-16/ / /

20 How would you describe your views on most political matters? Generally, do you think of yourself as liberal, moderate, or conservative? Lib Mod Con DK/NA Lib Mod Con DK/NA 1/92A /00B /92B /00A /92A /00D /92B /7-10/ / /21-24/ / /28-5/1/ /92A /13-16/ / /2-5/ / /3-5/ /92B /27-31/ /92A /20-24/ /92D /19-22/ /92A /10-12/ /92C /7-9/ /92D /11-13/ /92E /13-27/ / /28-10/1/ / /10-13/ / /14-15/ / /12-15/ /93A /10-14/ /93A /23-27/ /93B /23-27/ / /11-15/ / /12-16/ / /1-3/ / /14-17/ / /28-30/ / /18-21/ / /14-18/ / /24-28/ / /10-15/ / /9-13/ / /2-6/ / /20-25/ / /4-8/ / /21-25/ / /17-21/ / /15-19/ / /5-8/ / /27-31/ / /24-27/ / /7-11/ / /20-24/ / /18-23/ / /9-17/ / /20-22/ / /4-8/ /96C /5-9/ / /9-12/ / /20-24/ /96C /28-4/2/ / /25-29/ / /1-3/ / /7-14/ / /15-20/ / /12-16/ / /21-24/ / /10-13/ / /19-22/ / /25-29/ / /11-15/ / /18-22/ / /1-5/ /98C /22-26/ /98B /12-16/ / / / / / / /

21 How old are you? Over 64 6/12-16/ What was the last grade in school you completed? Not a Some College H.S. grad H.S. grad college grad Post Grad Refused 6/12-16/ Are you of Hispanic origin or descent, or not? Hispanic Not Hispanic DK/NA 6/12-16/ Are you white, black, Asian or some other race? White Black Asian Other Refused 6/12-16/ Was your total family income in 2005 UNDER or OVER $50,000? IF UNDER, ASK: Was it under $15,000, between $15,000 and $30,000, or between $30,000 and $50,000? IF OVER, ASK: Was it between $50,000 and $75,000 or between $75,000 and $100,000 or was it over $100,000? Under $15,000- $30,000- $50,000- $75,000- Over $15,000 $29,999 $49,999 $74,999 $100,000 $100,000 Refused 6/12-16/ Male Female 6/12-16/

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