POS 330 Questionaire

POS 330 Questionaire - Lauren Napolitano October 20, 2009...

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Lauren Napolitano October 20, 2009 POS 330 Questionnaire Exercise Cover Page: 1.) The purpose of this survey is to determine how politically active the general United States population of adults is and what they consider to be political participation. 2.) The general United States population of adults (people 18 and over) 3.) Once I obtain this data, I would have it published in a Political Science journal (maybe APSR) in order to make people aware of the level of political participation in the US. Maybe I would then try and use this data to make people become more politically active. 1
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Poll on Political Participation Submitted by Lauren Napolitano (Vol.) = Response option is not offered by interviewers but is volunteered by respondents. Q1. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as… (READ LIST) (1) A Democrat (2) A Republican (3) An Independent, OR (4) Something else (Specify) (5) Don’t know/No opinion (6) No answer/Refused IF ANSWERED “5-6” IN Q1, ASK: Q2. Toward which party do you lean, Democrat, Republican or something else? (1) Democrat (2) Republican (3) NEITHER (Specify) (4) Don’t know/No opinion (Vol.) (SKIP TO Q4) Q3. Many different factors can influence a person’s party identification. I’m going to read you a list of factors. Please tell me how much each item had an influence on
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course POS 330 taught by Professor Hunter during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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