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1 & Conducted June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 Registered “Likely” Voters Nationwide, With A +3.1% Margin Of Error

2 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error What is the likelihood of your voting in the Congressional and Presidential elections in 2000?

3 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q1 Do you feel things in the country are going in the right direction, or do you feel things have gotten off on the wrong track?

4 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q201 When you say the country is headed in the right direction, what in particular are you thinking about? [N=361]

5 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q202 When you say the country is off on the wrong track, what in particular are you thinking about? [N=511]

6 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Which one issue do you think is most important? (combined) [Split Sample A, N=500] Q3A-4A

7 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Which one issue do you think is most important? (combined) [Split Sample B, N=502] Q3B-4B

8 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Which party do you think can best handle these issues? Q5

9 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q Please tell me what kind of impression you have of each of the following individuals...

10 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q12 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling his job as President?

11 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q13A Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling the economy? [Split Sample A, N=500]

12 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q13B Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill Clinton is handling foreign policy? [Split Sample B, N=502]

13 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q14 Whether you approve or disapprove of the way Clinton is handling his job, what is your impression of Bill Clinton as a person?

14 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q15A Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Republicans in Congress are handling their job of dealing with important issues? [Split Sample A, N=500]

15 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q15B Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Democrats in Congress are handling their jobs of dealing with important issues? [Split Sample B, N=502]

16 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q16 Do you approve or disapprove of the way your Member of Congress is handling his or her job of dealing with important issues facing the country?

17 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q17 If the election for President were being held today, and you had to make a choice, for whom would you vote?

18 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q18 If the election for Congress were being held today, and you had to make a choice, for whom would you vote?

19 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q19 If the election for President were being held today, and you had to make a choice, for whom would you vote?

20 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Would you say that your vote for President in 2000 will be more a vote for change or a vote for continuing the policies of Bill Clinton over the last eight years? [Split Sample A, N=500] Q20A

21 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Overall, when you think about our next President, are you more worried about keeping things as they are or changing things too much ? [Split Sample B, N=502] Q20B

22 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q Do you agree or disagree with the statement that...

23 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q24A-30A For each issue, do you have more confidence in George W. Bush or Al Gore? [Split Sample A, N=500]

24 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q31A-36A For each issue, do you have more confidence in George W. Bush or Al Gore? [Split Sample A, N=500]

25 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q24B-30B For each issue, do you have more confidence in the Democrats in Congress or the Republicans in Congress? [Split Sample B, N=502]

26 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q31B-36B For each issue, do you have more confidence in the Democrats in Congress or the Republicans in Congress? [Split Sample B, N=502]

27 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q37A-42A Who do you think better represents the following value, George W. Bush or Al Gore ? [Split Sample A, N=500]

28 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q43A-47A Who do you think better represents the following value, George W. Bush or Al Gore ? [Split Sample A, N=500]

29 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q37B-42B Who do you think better represents the following value, the Democrats in Congress or the Republicans in Congress ? [Split Sample B, N=502]

30 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q43B-47B Who do you think better represents the following value, the Democrats in Congress or the Republicans in Congress ? [Split Sample B, N=502]

31 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error

32 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error

33 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error

34 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you think the next President can set a good example for our children, or do you think it is likely to be more of the same? [Split Sample A, N=500] Q48A

35 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you think the next President can be a moral leader for the country or do you think it is likely to be more of the same? [Split Sample B, N=502] Q48B

36 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q49A Which of the viewpoints on Social Security comes closest to your own? [Split Sample A, N=500] That instead of continuing to raid the Social Security Trust Fund money to pay for big government proposals, we should lock up Trust Fund money only to be used for paying out future Social Security claims, and give back any future non-Social Security budget surplus dollars by eliminating the marriage penalty tax and cutting federal income taxes across the board for all hard- working Americans. That we need to take the budget surplus, invest it in Social Security, and forbid any more raiding of the Social Security Trust Fund. We should use the budget surplus to eliminate the marriage tax penalty, but also use the surplus to strengthen Medicare and prevent cuts in benefits to protect seniors rather than to provide tax breaks for wealthy Americans

37 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q49B Which of the viewpoints on Social Security comes closest to your own? [Split Sample B, N=502] Republicans say that instead of continuing to raid the Social Security Trust Fund money to pay for big government proposals, we should lock up Trust Fund money only to be used for paying out future Social Security claims, and give back any future non-Social Security budget surplus dollars by eliminating the marriage penalty tax and cutting federal income taxes across the board for all hard-working Americans. Democrats say that we need to take the budget surplus, invest it in Social Security, and forbid any more raiding of the Social Security Trust Fund. We should use the budget surplus to eliminate the marriage tax penalty, but also use the surplus to strengthen Medicare and prevent cuts in benefits to protect seniors rather than to provide tax breaks for wealthy Americans

38 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q50A Who do you believe most on protecting Social Security and Medicare? [Split Sample A, N=500]

39 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Q50B Who do you believe most on protecting Social Security and Medicare? [Split Sample B, N=502]

40 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you believe Democrats when they say they will put the surplus toward protecting Social Security and Medicare? [Split Sample A, N=500] Q51A

41 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you believe Clinton and the Democrats when they say they will put the surplus toward protecting Social Security and Medicare? [Split Sample B, N=502] Q51B

42 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you believe Republicans when they say they will lower taxes for seniors and working families? [Split Sample A, N=500] Q52A

43 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error Do you believe Republicans when they say they will protect the Social Security Trust Fund? [Split Sample B, N=502] Q52B

44 & June 6 - 8, 1999 N=1,002 likely voters +3.1% Margin Of Error


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