2008-2009: Policy Preferences in the United States III
PRIMARY INVESTIGATOR: Clem Brooks
N and Sampling procedures: A telephone survey of 1559 United States residents, 217 of which had been previously interviewed in 2007, and 1342 of which were randomly selected new respondents.
Issues/Questions Addressed: The purpose of the survey was a second wave to gauge public opinion regarding government policies, specifically aimed at measuring the public's feelings toward what changes should or should not be made. Some of the topics included were the war on terrorism, health care, taxes, and welfare. Demographic information such as age, gender, race, religion, marital status, and occupation was also collected.
SRP2009.sav (SPSS dataset)
SRP2009 Codebook (Microsoft Word document)
Available to the public: 2014.