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CBS News/New York Times National and Local Surveys, 1987 [electronic resource]

CBS News, The New York Times
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Ann Arbor, Mich. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor] 1989
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2006-01-12
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ICPSR
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AVAILABLE. This study is freely available to ICPSR member institutions.
Abstract
As part of an ongoing data collection effort, CBS News and The New York Times conducted a series of interviews. The substantive common denominator in the surveys was a continuing evaluation of the Reagan presidency. Each survey also raised questions of topical relevance and/or broader social concern, including the following: Part 1: Government figures and race relations in New York City. Part 2: The space program, 1988 presidential candidates, the Iran-Contra matter, economic problems, and the Strategic Defense Initiative. Part 3: The Tower Commission Report and the Iran-Contra matter. Part 4: Ronald Reagan's speech of March 4, 1987 and the Iran-Contra matter. Part 5: Television evangelists, focusing on the PTL and Jim Bakker. Parts 6 and 7: Israeli involvement in the Jonathan Pollard spy case and the Iranian arms sale, and relations between the United States and Israel. Part 8: The Iran-Contra matter and 1988 presidential candidates with special emphasis on Gary Hart. Part 9: The Constitution, examining the operation, characteristics and relations among the three branches of the federal government. Part 10: The Iran-Contra hearings and testimony and actions of Oliver North. Part 11: The Iran-Contra hearings and testimony of Oliver North, Robert McFarlane, and John Poindexter. Part 12: Aid to the contras, the Iranian arms sale, the Bork nomination to the Supreme Court, and l988 presidential candidates focusing on George Bush. Part 13: Pope John Paul the Second and moral, social, and political issues facing the Catholic Church. Part 14: The role of parish priests and the current moral, social, and political issues facing the Catholic Church. Part 15: Arms control and Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork. Part 16: Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork and United States Navy ships in the Persian Gulf. Part 17: Business and industry in the United States. Part 18: l988 presidential candidates, social and economic problems facing the United States, and a comparison of the the two major political parties. Part 19: The campaigns of l988 Presidential candidates from each party, social and economic problems facing the United States, and Iowa's caucus system. Part 20: The Ginsburg nomination to the Supreme Court and his withdrawal, and respondents' opinions of factors that might disqualify someone from serving in public office. Part 21: The federal budget deficit, foreign trade, 1988 presidential candidates, and United States-Soviet arms control negotiations. Part 22: 1988 presidential candidates, and the re-entry of Gary Hart into the race. All surveys contain demographic information on respondents.Cf: http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR08718.v1
Contents
  • January 4-6, 1987: New York City Survey
  • January 18-21, 1987: January Survey
  • February 28-March 1, 1987: Tower Commission Report Survey
  • March 4, 1987: Tower Commission Report Survey II
  • March 28-29, 1987: Television Evangelist Survey
  • April 5-8, 1987: Israel Survey I, Jewish and Non-Jewish Respondents
  • April 5-8, 1987: Israel Survey II, Jewish Respondents
  • May 5-6, 1987: May (Hart) Survey
  • May 11-14, 1987: Constitution Poll
  • July 9, 1987: North Survey
  • July 16, 1987: Poindexter Survey
  • July 21-22, 1987: July Survey
  • August 16-20, 1987: Catholic Survey
  • August 24-28, 1987: Catholic Priest Survey
  • September 9-10, 1987: Bork/Arms Control Poll
  • September 21-22, 1987: Persian Gulf Poll
  • September 29-October 9, 1987: Business World Survey
  • October 18-22, 1987: October Survey
  • October 21-24, 1987: Iowa Survey
  • November 8, 1987: Ginsburg Survey
  • November 20-24, 1987: November Poll
  • December 15, 1987: Hart Survey II
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Title from ICPSR DDI metadata of 2016-02-11.
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ICPSR (Series) 8718
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    t| November 20-24, 1987: November Poll
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