CHAPTER II CONTENTS
            II.  Candidates, Parties, Thermometers, Party ID   
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                         Note: entries are in alphabetical order

Please see p.xxvii "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries

 II.A. Evaluation and Knowledge of Candidates                    
            1.  CANDIDATES IN GENERAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . .   121
            2.  FEDERAL LEVEL:  PRESIDENTIAL, VICE-PRESIDENTIAL.   122
                       a. Evaluations, presidential. . . . . . .   122
                          (1) Affects, presidential. . . . . . .   122
                                (a) In order of candidate affect   122
                                (b) In order of candidate's name   127
                          (2) Behaviors, presidential. . . . . .   132
                          (3) Likes/dislikes, presidential . . .   136
                          (4) Perceptions 1952 presidential. . .   137
                          (5) Perceptions 1960 presidential. . .   138
                          (6) Perceptions 1968 presidential. . .   138
                          (7) Perceptions 1972 presidential. . .   139
                          (8) Perceptions 1976 presidential. . .   140
                          (9) Perceptions 1988 presidential. . .   140
                         (10) Perceptions 1992 presidential. . .   141
                         (11) Performance, presidential. . . . .   142
                                (a) General. . . . . . . . . . .   142
                                (b) Specific- Bush . . . . . . .   143
                                (c) Specific- Carter . . . . . .   145
                                (d) Specific- Reagan . . . . . .   146
                         (12) Traits, presidential . . . . . . .   148
                                (a) In order of candidate trait.   148
                                (b) In order of candidate's name   161
                       b. Evaluations, vice-presidential . . . .   174
                       c. Knowledge of pres. candidates. . . . .   177
                       d. Perceived positions, by candidate. . .   180
                       e. Recognition of presidential cands. . .   192
                       f. Resignation/pardon of Pres. Nixon. . .   194
            3.  FEDERAL LEVEL:  U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. .   196
                       a. Contact with: incumbents, candidates .   196
                       b. Evaluation/performance, likes/dislikes   204
                       c. Incumbent's voting: R's Perceptions. .   208
                       d. Knowledge of candidates. . . . . . . .   209
                       e. Perceived issue positions. . . . . . .   212
                          (1) Challenger to incumbent candidate.   213
                          (2) Democratic candidate . . . . . . .   213
                          (3) Incumbent. . . . . . . . . . . . .   214
                          (4) Republican candidate . . . . . . .   215
                          (5) Third party/independent candidate.   216
                       f. Perceptions 1958 . . . . . . . . . . .   217
                          (1) 1958 Democratic candidate. . . . .   217
                          (2) 1958 Republican candidate. . . . .   219
                       g. R-initiated contact: Representative. .   220
                       h. Roles of Representatives . . . . . . .   223




                      Chapter II contents, cont'd.



Please see p.xxvii "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries
                                                                      


              4.  FEDERAL LEVEL:  U.S. SENATE . . . . . . . . . .  224
                       a. Contact with: candidates/senators . . .  224
                       b. Evaluation/performance, likes/dislikes.  228
                       c. Incumbent's voting:  R's perceptions. .  231
                       d. Knowledge of candidates/senators. . . .  232
                       e. Perceived issue positions . . . . . . .  235
                          (1) Challenger to incumbent candidate .  235
                          (2) Democratic candidate. . . . . . . .  235
                          (3) Incumbent . . . . . . . . . . . . .  237
                          (4) Republican candidate. . . . . . . .  237
                          (5) Third party/independent candidate .  238
                       f. R-initated contact: Senator(s). . . . .  239
                       g. Roles of Senators . . . . . . . . . . .  241
              5.  STATE LEVEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  244


   II.B. Evaluation and Knowledge of Parties 
              1.  EXISTENCE AND USEFULNESS OF PARTIES . . . . . .  247
              2.  KNOWLEDGE OF PARTY STRENGTH IN CONGRESS . . . .  249
              3.  LIKES/DISLIKES AND FEELING THERMOMETERS . . . .  249
              4.  PERCEIVED DIFFERENCES OF MAJOR PARTIES. . . . .  251
              5.  PERCEPTIONS OF PARTIES ON ISSUES. . . . . . . .  253
                       a. Comparing party positions . . . . . . .  253
                       b. Party behavior on issues, prospective .  256
                       c. Party closer to R's issue positions . .  257
                       d. Party favoring given issue positions. .  259
                       e. Positions of Democratic Party . . . . .  261
                       f. Position of Republican Party. . . . . .  263
              6.  WHICH MAJOR PARTY IS MORE CONSERVATIVE. . . . .  266


   II.C. Feeling Thermometers:  Political Figures
              1.  GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES AND GOVERNORS. . . . .  267
              2.  NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FIGURES. . . . . . .  267
              3.  U.S. CONGRESS - CANDIDATES AND MEMBERS. . . . .  273


   II.D. Party Identification
              1.  PARTISANSHIP OF R'S PARENTS . . . . . . . . . .  275
              2.  PARTY IDENTIFICATION OF RESPONDENT. . . . . . .  276
              3.  R'S PARTY SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  281
              4.  SUPPORT FOR A BLACK POLITICAL PARTY . . . . . .  282


                          CANDIDATES, PARTIES,
                         THERMOMETERS, PARTY ID

                                  II.A

                 Evaluation and Knowledge of Candidates


      For media exposure to candidates during campaign, see Chapter V, Section
        B.1, Media Exposure and Coverage, Campaign Coverage.
      For R's support of candidates during campaigns, see Chapter V, Section
        A, Campaign Involvement.
      For R's assessments of candidates' chances for nomination or election,
        see Chapter V, Section D.1.d, Predictions and Possibilities for
        Election or Nomination.
      For candidates which R prefers for nomination, see Chapter V, Section
        D.3.e(1), R's Vote, Vote/Candidate Choice, For Nomination.


                                                                     
  Candidates in General                                      II.A.1  
                                                                     


        - Candidates for High Office:  Should They Display Higher
            Moral Standards than the Average Citizen
              92: V3519

        - Catholic Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V257*            60: V268*

        - Farm Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
          Candidates
              56: V243*

        - Jewish Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V261*

        - Labor Unions:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
            Candidates
              56: V249*

        - Negro Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V253*


                                                                     
  Federal Level:  Presidential, Vice-Presidential            II.A.2  
                                                                     

                                                          
           EVALUATIONS, PRESIDENTIAL             II.A.2.a 
                                                          


                                                         
                        Affects,presidential II.A.2.a(1) 
                                                         
                                    
                       II.A.2.a(1)     (a)  IN ORDER OF CANDIDATE AFFECT
                                    


          For Geraldine Ferraro, see II.A.2.b, Evaluations: Vice-Presidential.


           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Afraid of Him/Her:
             . John Anderson
              80: V122;I249 
             . Howard Baker
              80: I276 
             . George Bush
              80: I283             88: V216[&259]        92: V3503
             . Jimmy Carter 
              80: V129;I229 
             . Bill Clinton 
              92: V3507
             . John Connally
              80: I269 
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
              CF: V359,383
             . Michael Dukakis
              88: V220[&263]
             . John Glenn
              84: CM708 
             . Gary Hart 
              84: CM723 
             . Jesse Jackson
              84: CM718            88: V224[&267]
             . Ted Kennedy
              80: I259 
             . Walter Mondale
              84: V221,858;CM713 
             . President
              CF: V347
             . Ronald Reagan
              80: V115;I239        82: V388[C]           84: V214,851;
              86: V544(A)          88: V1025[&1055]          CM703
              CF: V335
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
              CF: V371,395
 
          Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Angry or Angry Toward Him/Her:
             . John Anderson
              80: V120;I247 
             . Howard Baker
              80: I274 
             . George Bush 
              80: I281             88: V214[&257]        92: V3501 
             . Jimmy Carter 
              80: V127;I227 
             . Bill Clinton
              92: V3505
             . John Connally 
              80: I267 
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
              CF: V358,382
             . Michael Dukakis
              88: V218[&261]
             . John Glenn
              84: CM706 
             . Gary Hart 
              84: CM721 
             . Jesse Jackson
              84: CM716            88: V222[&265]
             . Ted Kennedy 
              80: I257 
             . Walter Mondale
              84: V219,856;CM711 
             . President
              CF: V346
             . Ronald Reagan 
              80: V113;I237        82: V386[C]           84: V212,849;
              86: V542(A)          88: V1023[&1053]          CM701
              CF: V334
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
              CF: V370,394

           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Disgusted:
             . John Anderson
              80: V124;I251 
             . Howard Baker
              80: I278 
             . George Bush 
              80: I285 
             . Jimmy Carter 
              80: V131;I231 
             . John Connally
              80: I271 
             . Ted Kennedy
              80: I261 
           . Walter Mondale
              84: V223,860 
           . Ronald Reagan
              80: V117;I241        82: V390[C]           84: V216,853 


           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Hopeful:
            . John Anderson 
              80: V121;I248 
            . Howard Baker 
              80: I275 
            . George Bush 
              80: I282             88: V215[&258]        92: V3502
            . Jimmy Carter
              80: V128;I228 
            . Bill Clinton
              92: V3506
            . John Connally
              80: I268 
            . Democratic Presidential Candidate
              CF: V360,384
            . Michael Dukakis
              88: V219[&262]
            . John Glenn 
              84: CM707 
            . Gary Hart 
              84: CM722 
            . Jesse Jackson
              84: CM717            88: V223[&266]
            . Ted Kennedy 
              80: I258 
            . Walter Mondale
              84: V220,857;CM712 
            . President
              CF: V348
            . Ronald Reagan 
              80: V114;I238        82: V387[C]           84: V213,850;
              86: V543(A)          88: V1024[&1054]          CM702
              CF: V336
            . Republican Presidential Candidate
              CF: V372,396


           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Proud:
           . John Anderson
              80: V123;I250 
           . Howard Baker
              80: I277 
           . George Bush 
              80: I284             88: V217[&260]        92: V3504
           . Jimmy Carter
              80: V130;I230
           . Bill Clinton
              92: V3508
           . John Connally
              80: I270
           . Democratic Presidential Candidate
              CF: V361,385
           . Michael Dukakis
              88: V221[&264]
           . John Glenn
              84: CM709 
           . Gary Hart
              84: CM724 
           . Jesse Jackson
              84: CM719            88: V225[&268]
           . Ted Kennedy
              80: I260 
           . Walter Mondale
              84: V222,859;CM714 
           . President
              CF: V349
           . Ronald Reagan
              80: V116;I240        82: V389[C]           84: V215,852;
              86: V545(A)          88: V1026[&1056]          CM704
              CF: V337
           . Republican Presidential Candidate
              CF: V373,397



           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Sympathetic Toward Him/Her:
           . John Anderson
              80: V125;I252 
           . Howard Baker
              80: I279 
           . George Bush
              80: I286 
           . Jimmy Carter
              80: V132;I232 
           . John Connally
              80: I272 
           . Ted Kennedy
              80: I262 
           . Walter Mondale
              84: V224,861 
           . Ronald Reagan
              80: V118;I242        82: V391[C]           84: V217,854 





           Has Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:
         - Uneasy:
           . John Anderson
              80: V126;I253 
           . Howard Baker
              80: I280 
           . George Bush
              80: I287 
           . Jimmy Carter
              80: V133;I233 
           . John Connally
              80: I273 
           . Ted Kennedy
              80: I263 
           . Walter Mondale
              84: V225,862 
           . Ronald Reagan
              80: V119,I243        82: V392[C]           84: V218,855 


         - Which Affect (Among Affects Mentioned) Does R Feel
            Strongest Toward Presidential Candidate:
           . John Anderson
               80: I255 
           . Jimmy Carter
               80: I235 
           . Ted Kennedy
               80: I265 
           . Ronald Reagan
               80: I245 

                   --(if any) What Led to Strongest Feeling (FOLLOWUP):
                      . John Anderson
                          80: I256 
                      . Jimmy Carter
                          80: I236 
                      . Ted Kennedy
                          80: I266 
                      . Ronald Reagan
                          80: I246 


                               
                  II.A.2.a(1)     (b)  IN ORDER OF CANDIDATE'S NAME
                               
           

     For Geraldine Ferraro, see II.A.2.b, Evaluations:  Vice-Presidential.



           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - John Anderson:  (Has Anderson Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: V122;I249 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: V120;I247 
             . Disgusted
               80: V124;I251 
             . Hopeful
               80: V121;I248 
             . Proud
               80: V123;I250 
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: V125;I252 
             . Uneasy
               80: V126;I253 

         - John Anderson: Which Affect R Feels Strongest Toward
               80: I255 

                   --(if any) What Led to Strongest Feeling (FOLLOWUP)
                          80: I256 


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Howard Baker:  (Has Baker Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: I276 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: I274 
             . Disgusted
               80: I278 
             . Hopeful
               80: I275 
             . Proud
               80: I277  
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: I279 
             . Uneasy
               80: I280

           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - George Bush:  (Has Bush Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: I283            88: V216[&259]        92: V3503
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: I281            88: V214[&257]        92: V3501
             . Disgusted
               80: I285 
             . Hopeful
               80: I282            88: V215[&258]        92: V3502
             . Proud
               80: I284            88: V217[&260]        92: V3504
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: I286 
             . Uneasy
               80: I287 


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Jimmy Carter:  (Has Carter Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: V129;I229 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: V127;I227 
             . Disgusted
               80: V131;I231 
             . Hopeful 
               80: V128;I228 
             . Proud
               80: V130;I230 
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: V132;I232 
             . Uneasy
               80: V133;I233 

         - Jimmy Carter: Which Affect R Feels Strongest Toward
               80: I235 

                   --(if any) What Led to Strongest Feeling (FOLLOWUP)
                          80: I236 


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Bill Clinton:  (Has Clinton Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               92: V3507
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               92: V3505
             . Hopeful 
               92: V3506
             . Proud
               92: V3508


          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - John Connally:  (Has Connally Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: I269 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: I267 
             . Disgusted
               80: I271 
             . Hopeful
               80: I268 
             . Proud
               80: I270 
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: I272 
             . Uneasy
               80: I273 

          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - Democratic Presidential Candidate:  (Has S/He Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               CF: V359,383 
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               CF: V358,382
             . Hopeful
               CF: V360,384
             . Proud
               CF: V361,385

          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - Michael Dukakis:  (Has Dukakis Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               88: V220[&263]
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               88: V218[&261]
             . Hopeful
               88: V219[&262]
             . Proud
               88: V221[&264]

          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - John Glenn:  (Has Glenn Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               84: CM708 
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               84: CM706 
             . Hopeful
               84: CM707 
             . Proud
               84: CM709 


          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - Gary Hart:  (Has Hart Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               84: CM723 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               84: CM721 
             . Hopeful
               84: CM722 
             . Proud
               84: CM724 


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Jesse Jackson:  (Has Jackson Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               84: CM718           88: V224[&267]
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               84: CM716           88: V222[&265]
             . Hopeful
               84: CM717           88: V223[&266]
             . Proud
               84: CM719           88: V225[&268]


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Ted Kennedy:  (Has Kennedy Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               80: I259 
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
               80: I257 
             . Disgusted
               80: I261 
             . Hopeful
               80: I258 
             . Proud
               80: I260 
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               80: I262 
             . Uneasy
               80: I263

         - Ted Kennedy:  Which Affect R Feels Strongest Toward 
               80: I265

                   --(if any) What Led to Strongest Feeling (FOLLOWUP)
                          80: I266 

           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Walter Mondale:  (Has Mondale Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               84: V221,858;CM713 
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               84: V219,856;CM711 
             . Disgusted
               84: V223,860 
             . Hopeful
               84: V220,857;CM712 
             . Proud
               84: V222,859;CM714 
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
               84: V224,861 
             . Uneasy
               84: V225,862 


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - President:  (Has President Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               CF: V347
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               CF: V346
             . Hopeful
               CF: V348
             . Proud
               CF: V349


           Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Ronald Reagan:  (Has Reagan Made R Feel) 
             . Afraid of Him
              80: V115;I239        82: V388[C]           84: V214,851;
              86: V544(A)          88: V1025[&1055]          CM703
              CF: V335
             . Angry or Angry Toward Him
              80: V113;I237        82: V386[C]           84: V212,849;
              86: V542(A)          88: V1023[&1053]          CM701
              CF: V334
             . Disgusted
              80: V117;I241        82: V390[C]           84: V216,853 
             . Hopeful
              80: V114;I238        82: V387[C]           84: V213,850;
              86: V543(A)          88: V1024[&1054]          CM702
              CF: V336
             . Proud
              80: V116;I240        82: V389[C]           84: V215,852;
              86: V545(A)          88: V1026[&1056]          CM704
              CF: V337
             . Sympathetic Toward Him
              80: V118;I242        82: V391[C]           84: V217,854 
             . Uneasy
              80: V119,I243        82: V392[C]           84: V218,855 

         - Ronald Reagan:  Which Affect R Feels Strongest Toward
               80: I245 

                   --(if any) What Led to Strongest Feeling (FOLLOWUP)
                          80: I246 



          Affect, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
        - Republican Presidential Candidate:  (Has S/He Made R Feel)
             . Afraid of Him
               CF: V371,395 
             . Angry/Angry Toward Him
               CF: V370,394
             . Hopeful
               CF: V372,396
             . Proud
               CF: V373,397



                                                          
                     Behaviors, presidential  II.A.2.a(2) 
                                                          


           Behavior - Pres. Candidate: 
         - Be Trusted:  Does R Think Candidate as President Could
             . Carter (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
               76: V3234 
             . Ford 
               76: V3227 
             . McGovern  
               72: V224  
             . Nixon  
               72: V220  
             . Wallace  
               72: V228  

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:  
         - Bring Moral Standards to Government:  Does R Think
              Candidate as President Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . Carter 
               76: V3236 
             . Ford 
               76: V3229 




           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Bring Peace in Vietnam:  Does R Think Candidate as
              President Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . McGovern  
               72: V227  
             . Nixon  
               72: V223  
             . Wallace  
               72: V231  

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Control Crime:  Does R Think Candidate as President Would
              (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . McGovern  
               72: V226  
             . Nixon  
               72: V222  
             . Wallace  
               72: V230  

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Develop Good Foreign Relations:  How Well Does R Think
              Candidate as President Would 
             . John Anderson 
               80: V391;I314
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I341 
             . George Bush 
               80: I350 
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V400;I296 
             . John Connally 
               80: I332
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I323     
             . Ronald Reagan [How well does...describe Reagan as President]
               80: V382;I305        82: V385[C] 

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate: 
         - Do the Most for Ethnic Group Which R Feels Closest to
             [asked of Rs who designated an ethnic group to which s/he
              felt closest]
               80: V1170;I717

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate: 
         - Make Government More Efficient:  Does R Think Candidate as
              President Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . Carter 
               76: V3238 
             . Ford 
               76: V3231 

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Provide Strong Leadership:  How Well Does R Think Candidate
              as President Would
             . John Anderson 
               80: V390;I313
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I340 
             . George Bush 
               80: I349 
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V399;I295 
             . John Connally 
               80: I331
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I322     
             . Ronald Reagan [How well does...describe Reagan as President]
               80: V381;I304        82: V384[C]

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Reduce Inflation:  Does R Think Candidate as President
              Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . Carter 
               76: V3240 
             . Ford 
               76: V3233 

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Reduce Power and Size of Government:  Does R Think
              Candidate as President Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . Carter 
               76: V3239 
             . Ford 
               76: V3232 

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Reduce Unemployment:  Does R Think Candidate as President
              Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
             . Carter 
               76: V3237 
             . Ford 
               76: V3230 

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:
         - Solve Economic Problems:  How Well Does R Think Candidate
            as President Would 
             . John Anderson 
               80: V389;I312
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I339
             . George Bush 
               80: I348
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V398;I294 
             . John Connally 
               80: I330
             . Ted Kennedy 
             . 80: I321
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V380;I303       

           Behavior - Pres. Candidate:  
         - Which Candidate as President Will Do a Better Job of:
             . Handling Foreign Affairs
               92: V3328 
             . Handling the Nation's Economy 
               92: V3327
             . Handling Pollution, Protecting the Environment
               92: V3330
             . Making Health Care More Affordable
               92: V3331
             . Reducing the Budget Deficit
               92: V3332
             . Solving the Drug Problem
               88: V394[&411]
             . Solving the Problems of Poverty 
               92: V3329

         - Which Candidate as President is More Likely To Raise Taxes
               92: V3450



                                                             
                   Likes/Dislikes, presidential  II.A.2.a(3) 
                                                             


   NOTE:   Candidates referred to in this section are major party nominees;
           only SIGNIFICANT third party and independent Presidential candidates
           are ever represented.

               For voting preferences, see Chapter V, Section D.3.


         - Why Would R Vote for Democratic Presidential Candidate 
              52: V27              56: V19              60: V24  
              64: V25              68: V32              72: V38*,39*  
              76: V3111-3116       80: V101-106;        84: V93-98
              88: V115-120             I215-216         92: V3121-3126
              CF: V401

         - Why Would R Vote Against Democratic Presidential Candidate
              52: V28              56: V20              60: V25  
              64: V26              68: V33              72: V40*,41*  
              76: V3117-3122       80: V107-112;        84: V99-104 
              88: V121-126             I217-218         92: V3127-3132
              CF: V402

         - Why Would R Vote for Republican Presidential Candidate
              52: V29              56: V21              60: V26  
              64: V27              68: V34              72: V42*,43*  
              76: V3123-3128       80: V77-82;I219,220  84: V81-86 
              88: V103-108         92: V3109-3114       CF: V405

         - Why Would R Vote Against Republican Presidential Candidate
              52: V30              56: V22              60: V27  
              64: V28              68: V35              72: V44*,45*  
              76: V3129-3134       80: V83-88;I221,222  84: V87-92 
              88: V109-114         92: V3115-3120       CF: V406

         - Why Would R Vote for 3rd Party/Independent Presidential   
            Candidate [68: Wallace; 80: Anderson; 92: Perot]
              68: V36              80: V89-94;I223,224  92: V3133-3138

         - Why Would R Vote Against 3rd Party/Independent Presidential
            Candidate [68: Wallace; 80: Anderson; 92: Perot]
              68: V37              80: V95-100;I225,226 92: V3139-3144

         - Why Would R Vote for George Bush in 1992
              CWP:V2100-2105  

         - Why Would R Vote Against George Bush in 1992
              CWP:V2106-2111  

         - Affect, Salience of Democratic Presidential Candidate
            [based on likes/dislikes]
              CF: V403,404

         - Affect, Salience of Republican Presidential Candidate
            [based on likes/dislikes]
              CF: V407,408

         - Affect, Salience, Relative Salience of Major Party
            Presidential Candidates  [based on likes/dislikes]
              CF: V409,410,411

         - Feeling Thermometers for Democratic Presidential Candidate
              68: V479             72: V254,703         76: V3298
              80: V154,844;I195    84: V301,751;CM222   88: V155,593 
              92: V3306[&4225]     PS: V102*                [&171,637]
                   5302[&6302]     CF: V424

         - Feeling Thermometers for Republican Presidential Candidate
              68: V480             72: V255,702         76: V3299
              80: V155,845;I196    84: V290,750;CM219   88: V154,592
              92: V3305[&4224]     PS: V98*                 [&170,636]
                   5301[&6301]     CF: V426

         - Feeling Thermometers for 3rd Party/Independent Presidential
            Candidate
              68: V478             80: V163,847;I197    92: V3307
              PS: V101*                                     [&4226]
                                                            5303
                                                            [&6303]

         - Feeling Thermometers for Presidents Currently in Office
              68: V484             70: V231             72: V255,702
              74: V2339            76: V3299            78: V137
              80: V154,844,I195    82: V123[C]          84: V290,750;
              86: V130[&157]       88: V158[&174];          CM219
              90: 134[&168];           ST187,1317       CWP:V134,2205
              92: V3305,5301       PS: V98*                 [&2250]
                  [&6301]



                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1952 presidential  II.A.2.a(4) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1952, presidential:
         - Which Candidate Would Make Best President
               52: V31  

           Perceptions 1952, presidential:
         - Does It Make a Difference to Country That Eisenhower Won  
            Instead of Stevenson
               52: V171  


                  --(if yes) Reasons for Opinion (FOLLOWUP)
                          52: V172  

           Perceptions 1952, presidential:
         - Is Eisenhower a Real Republican  
               52: V32,56  

                    --(if yes) Reasons; (if no) Reasons (FOLLOWUP)
                          52: V33,57  



                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1960 presidential  II.A.2.a(5) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1960, presidential:
         - Has R Ever Felt Differently About Nixon Than Does Now
               60: V28  

                   --(if yes) Explain (FOLLOWUP)
                          60: V29  
                   --(if yes) When Changed Feelings (FOLLOWUP)
                          60: V31  
                   --(if yes) What Influenced Change (FOLLOWUP)
                          60: V30  

           Perceptions 1960, presidential:
         - Has R Ever Felt Differently About Kennedy Than Does Now
               60: V32  

                   --(if yes) Explain (FOllOWUP)
                          60: V33  
                   --(if yes) When Changed Feelings (FOLLOWUP)
                          60: V35  
                   --(if yes) What Influenced Change (FOLLOWUP)
                          60: V34  

           Perceptions 1960, presidential:
         - Anything About 1960 Candidates Mentioned in R's Church 
               60: V254 



                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1968 presidential  II.A.2.a(6) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1968, presidential:
         - Does R Think of Wallace and LeMay As Leaders of a Party  
               68: V368  

                   --(if yes) Reasons; (if no) Reasons (FOLLOWUP)
                          68: V369  


           Perceptions 1968, presidential:
         - Does R Think There Are Important Differences Between
            Wallace and Republican Party  
               68: V370

                   --(if yes) What Are They (FOLLOWUP)
                          68: V371-373

           Perceptions 1968, presidential:
         - Does R Think There Are Important Differences Between
            Wallace and Democratic Party  
               68: V374

                   --(if yes) What Are They (FOLLOWUP)
                          68: V375-377  


                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1972 presidential  II.A.2.a(7) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1972, presidential:
         - Do Any Candidates Best Reflect High Moral or Religious
            Standards 
               72: V267 

                   --(if yes) Which One(s) (FOLLOWUP)
                          72: V268

           Perceptions 1972, presidential:
         - Opinion of How McGovern Handled Eagleton Candidacy
               72: V47*-49* 

           Perceptions 1972, presidential:
         - Opinion of McGovern's Campaign
               72: V497* 

           Perceptions 1972, presidential:
         - Does Candidate Have Presidential Personality:
              . McGovern  
               72: V225  
              . Nixon  
               72: V221  
              . Wallace  
               72: V229  

           Perceptions 1972, presidential:
         - Does R Think Candidate as President could be trusted:
              . McGovern  
               72: V224  
              . Nixon  
               72: V220  
              . Wallace  
               72: V228  


                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1976 presidential  II.A.2.a(8) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1976, presidential:
         - Do Any Candidates Have Higher Moral or Religious Standards
            Than the Others 
               76: V3313 

                   --(if yes) Which One(s) (FOLLOWUP)
                          76: V3314,3315 

           Perceptions 1976, presidential:
         - Does Candidate Have Presidential Personality:
             . Carter 
               76: V3235 
             . Ford 
               76: V3228 

           Perceptions 1976, presidential:
         - Does R Think Candidate as President Could be Trusted:
             . Carter 
               76: V3234 
             . Ford 
               76: V3227 


                                                                  
                       Perceptions 1988 presidential  II.A.2.a(9) 
                                                                  

           Perceptions 1988, presidential:
         - Which Republican Presidential Candidate Does R Think Would
            Make the Best President 
               88: V142[&166]

                   --(if Bush) Would Bush Make a Much Better Candidate
                       Than Any Other, or Would Some Other Republican
                       Candidate Be Nearly As Good (FOLLOWUP)
                          88: V143
                   --(if not Bush) Would Other Candidate Make a Much
                       Better Candidate Than Bush, or Would Bush Be
                       Nearly as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                          88: V144

           Perceptions 1988, presidential:
         - Which Democratic Presidential Candidate Does R Think Would
            Make the Best President
               88: V145[&167]
                   --(if Dukakis) Would Dukakis Make a Much Better
                       Candidate Than Any Other, or Would Some Other
                       Democratic Candidate Be Nearly As Good.
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          88: V146
                   --(if not Dukakis) Would Other Candidate Make a
                       Much Better Candidate Than Dukakis, or Would
                       Dukakis Be Nearly as Good (FOLLOWUP)
                          88: V147

           Perceptions 1988, presidential:
         - What Issues Are the Democratic Presidential Candidates
            Talking About.
               88:ST213-217

           Perceptions 1988, presidential:
         - What Issues Are the Republican Presidential Candidates
            Talking About.
               88:ST218-222

           Perceptions 1988, presidential:
         - Are There Any Issues Important to R That the Candidates
            Are Not Talking About
               88: ST223

                   --(if yes) What (FOLLOWUP)
                          88: ST224-228


                                                                   
                       Perceptions 1992 presidential  II.A.2.a(10) 
                                                                   

           Perceptions 1992, presidential:
         - How Satisfied is R with the Choice Among Presidential  
            Candidates
               92: V3145



                                                                
                        Performance, presidential  II.A.2.a(11) 
                                                                

                                     
                      II.A.2.a(11)      (a) GENERAL
                                     


         NOTE:  For performance in Persian Gulf crisis, see II.A.2.a(11)(b)
            (BUSH)


       - Approve/Disapprove Way President Is Handling/Has Handled
           Job as President 
            68: V47              72: V46               74: V2157  
            76: V3135            78: V441              80: V62;I467 
            82: V65[C]           84: V258,845;CM301    86: V96 
            88: V140,1042[&1052, 90: V98               CWP:V98,2112,
                1065];ST117,119  92: V3319                 2115
            PS: V36,39           CF: V450              
            
                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V63;I468         82: V66 
                     84: V259,846;CM302   86: V97 
                     88: V141,1043;ST118  90: V99
                    CWP:V99,2113,2114     92: V3320
                     PS: V37,38           CF: V451

       - Approve/Disapprove President's Handling of Inflation
            80: V197;I471        82: V336[C]

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V198;I471 

       - Approve/Disapprove President's Handling of Unemployment
            80: V199;I472           82: V338[C]

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V200;I472 

       - Approve/Disapprove President's Handling of Economy
            84: V260;CM303       86: V98               88: V226
            90: V100             CWP:V100,2116,2119    92: V3323
            CF: V9008

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V261;CM304      86: V99 
                     88: V227            90: V101
                     CWP:V101,2117,2118  92: V3324
                     CF: V9009

       - Approve/Disapprove President's Handling of Relations with
           Foreign Countries
            84: V264;CM305       88: V255              90: V102
            CWP:V102,2120,2123   92: V3321

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V265;CM306      88: V256
                     90: V103            CWP:V103,2121,2122
                     92: V3322           PS: V45*,46*

       - How Does R Rate Job President Has Been Doing 
            78: V80 

                --(if rating chosen) Reasons for Rating (FOLLOWUP)
                     78: V81-84 

       - Who Does R Think is Most Responsible for the Budget
           Deficit:  Congress or the President
            86: V383 

       - Which Part of Government Which Has Done Best Job in the
           Past Couple of Years:  Congress, President, Supreme Court
           or Political Parties.  Second Best.  Worst
            72: V444*,445*,446*

       - In the Last Year or So, Who Has Had the Most Say About the
           Government's Handling of the Economy, Congress, the
           President, or About the Same for Both
            82: V340[C] 

       - How Good a Job Is Being Done for the Country as a Whole by:  
           (9-Point Scale)
        . The Presidency 
            74: V2254            76: V3551              80: V765;I444 
            CF: V653

       - Who is More Responsible for the Problems in the Savings and
           Loan Business-- the President or Congress
            92: V3749              PS: V223*


                                     
                      II.A.2.a(11)      (b) SPECIFIC- BUSH
                                     

         Bush Performance:
       - Economy, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            90: V100             CWP:V100,2116,2119    92: V3323
            PS: V40*,43*

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V101                CWP:V101,2117,2118
                     92: V3324               PS: V41*,42*

         Bush Performance:
       - Persian Gulf Crisis, Handling of: Approve/Disapprove 
            90: V359             CWP:V359,2410,2413    92: V3325



                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V360                CWP:V360,2411,2412
                     92: V3326

         Bush Performance:
       - Persian Gulf Crisis, How Handled: Approve/Disapprove 
            92: V3615

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     92: V3616

         Bush Performance:
       - Pollution and Other Environmental Problems, Handling of: 
           Approve/Disapprove 
            90: V104             CWP:V104

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V105                CWP:V105

         Bush Performance:
       - Relations with Foreign Countries, Handling of:  Approve/
           Disapprove 
            90: V102             CWP:V102,2120,2123    92: V3321
            PS: V44*,47*

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V103                CWP:V103,2121,2122
                     92: V3322               PS: 45*,46*

         Bush Performance:
       - Who is More to Blame for Savings and Loan Crisis-- Reagan,
           Bush, Congress or Savings & Loan Owners and Managers
            90: V474             CWP:V474              92: V3749

                --(if owners and managers) Leaving Aside Owners and Managers,
                   ## Who is More to Blame: Reagan, Bush or Congress
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                      90: V475               CWP:V475

       - Approve/Disapprove Way Bush is Handling/Has Handled
           Job as President 
             90: V98             CWP:V98,2112,2115     92: V3319
             PS: V36,39          CF: V450

                 --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V99                 CWP:V99,2113,2114
                     92: V3320               PS: V37,38
                     CF: V451

       - ## Who is More Responsible for the Problems in the Savings
           and Loan Business-- the President or Congress
            PS: V223*


       - Who Does R Think is Most Responsible (1992: More to Blame)
           for the Budget Deficit:  Congress or the Bush   
           Administration
            92: V3551



                                     
                      II.A.2.a(11)      (c)  SPECIFIC- CARTER
                                     

          For Carter's performance as it affects R's party identification, see:
             II.D.2., Party Identification of R.


         Carter Performance:
       - Actions After Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan: R's Opinion
            80: V212;I470

         Carter Performance:
       - Energy Problem, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            80: V340;I473 

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V341;I473 

         Carter Performance:
       - Hostage Crisis in Iran, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            80: V210;I469 

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V211;I469 

         Carter Performance:
       - How Much of the Time Can President Carter Be Trusted to Do
           What Is Right 
            78: V420 

         Carter Performance:
       - Inflation, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove 
            80: V197;I471  

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V198;I471 

         Carter Performance:
       - Is Carter Administration Run for Benefit of All/ or For
           a Few Big Interests 
            78: V421 

         Carter Performance:
       - Unemployment, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            80: V199;I472  

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V200;I472 

       - Approve/Disapprove Way President Is Handling/Has Handled
           Job as President 
            78: V441             80: V62;I467          CF: V450

                --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: V63;I468        CF: V451


                                                   
                                  II.A.2.a(11)        (d)  SPECIFIC- REAGAN
                                                   

         Reagan Performance:
       - Balancing National Budget, Handling of: Approve/Disapprove
            82: V457[C]          84: V262,847;CM799 

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V263,848;CM800 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Changes in Federal Taxes, Handling of: Approve/Disapprove
            82: V374[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Economy, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            84: V260;CM303       86: V98               88: V226

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V261;CM304      86: V99 
                     88: V227

         Reagan Performance:
       - Has R Been Personally Helped or Hurt by Reagan
           Administration Economic Policies
            82: V341[C]          88: V1033[&1047,1060]

         Reagan Performance:
       - Have Economic Policies of Reagan Administration Made the
           Economy Better or Worse
            82: V342[C]          88: V1031[&1046,1059]

                --(if better or worse) Much/Somewhat (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V1032

         Reagan Performance:
       - Have Policies of Reagan Administration Made U.S. More or
           Less Secure From Foreign Enemies
            88: V1034[&1048,1061]

                --(if more or less) Much/Somewhat (FOLLOWUP)
                     88: V1035

         Reagan Performance:
       - High Interest Rates, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            82: V375[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Inflation, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            82: V336[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - In the Long Run, Does R Feel the Nation's Economic
           Situation Will be Better or Worse Because of Reagan's
           Economic Policies
            82: V343[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Is There Anything R Likes/Dislikes About What Ronald Reagan
           Has Done in Office Since 1980. What.
            88: V1002-1013

         Reagan Performance:
       - National Defense, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            82: V376[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Nuclear Arms Control, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            82: V455[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Protection of Environment, Handling of: Approve/Disapprove
            82: V456[C] 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Relations with Foreign Countries, Handling of:  Approve/
           Disapprove 
            84: V264;CM305       88: V255

                --(if approve or disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                     84: V265;CM306      88: V256

         Reagan Performance:
       - Relations with the Soviet Union:  Handling of:  Approve/
           Disapprove
            82: V67[C]

         Reagan Performance:
       - Unemployment, Handling of:  Approve/Disapprove
            82: V338[C]     

         Reagan Performance:
       - Which Economic Policies Does R Think Ronald Reagan Would
           Choose to Cope With the Current Economic Situation [list shown
           to R],  First, Second, Third Priority:
        . Reduce the Budget Deficit 
        . Lower Federal Income Taxes 
        . Reduce Spending on Government Services 
        . Reduce Defense Spending 
        . Increase Federal Income Taxes 
            82: V333-335 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Who Does R Think is Most Responsible for the Budget
           Deficit:  Congress or the President
            86: V383 

         Reagan Performance:
       - Who is More to Blame for Savings and Loan Crisis-- Reagan,
           Bush, Congress or Savings & Loan Owners and Managers
            90: V474             CWP:V474

                --(if owners and managers) Leaving Aside Owners and Managers,
                   Who is More to Blame: Reagan, Bush or Congress
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     90: V475                CWP:V475

       - Approve/Disapprove Way Reagan Is Handling/Has Handled
           Job as President 
            82: V65[C]           84: V258,845;CM301   86: V96 
            88: V140,1042[&1052, PS: V36,39           CF: V450
                1065;ST117,119
                
                   --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V66              84: V259,846;CM302
                          86: V97              88: V141,1043;ST118
                          PS: V37,38           CF: V451        
                          



                                                            
                         Traits, presidential  II.A.2.a(12) 
                                                            
                                        
                         II.A.2.a(12)      (a)  IN ORDER OF CANDIDATE TRAIT
                                        


         For Geraldine Ferraro, see II.A.2.b, Evaluations:  Vice-Presidential.

         For traits listed in order of candidate's name, see II.A.2.a(12)(B).



           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Cares About the Environment:
             . George Bush
               88: V633
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V635


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Commands Respect:
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM505 
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM542 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM524 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V338,895;CM440 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V322,879;CM421 

           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Compassionate:
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST326
             . George Bush 
               84: V352             88: V276;ST358,1503  92: V3636
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3645
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V351,375
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST402,1512
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V285;ST310,1411
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST418
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST342,1420
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM504 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST302,1429
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST366
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM541            88: ST318
             . Jesse Jackson
               84: CM523            88: V294;ST334,1438
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST410
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V337,894;CM439 
             . President
               CF: V339
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V321,878;CM420   86: V551(A)          88: V1015
               CF: V327
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V363,387
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST374,1521
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST350

           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Decent:
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST330
             . George Bush
               88: V280;ST362,1507
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V352,376
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST406,1516
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V289;ST314,1415
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST422
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST346,1424
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM503 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST306,1433
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST370
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM540            88: ST322
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM522            88: V298;ST338,1442
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST414
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V336,893;CM438 
             . President
               CF: V340
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V320,877;CM419   86: V555(A)          88: V1019
               CF: V328
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V364,388
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST378,1525
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST354

           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Dishonest:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V384;I307 
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I334 
             . George Bush 
               80: I343 
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V393;I289 
             . John Connally 
               80: I325 
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I316 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V375;I298        82: V378 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Fair:
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM552 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM534 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V348,905;CM450 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V332,889;CM431 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Gets Things Done:
             . George Bush
               92: V3643 
             . Bill Clinton  
               92: V3652 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Hardworking:
             . George Bush 
               84: V351 
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM502 
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM539 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM521 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V335,892;CM437 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V319,876;CM418 



           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Honest:
             . George Bush
               88: V283             92: V3642
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3651
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V292
             . Jesse Jackson
               88: V301
             . Ronald Reagan
               88: V1022


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - In Touch With Ordinary People:
             . George Bush 
               84: V359 
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM553 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM535 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V349,906;CM451 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V333,890;CM432 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Inspiring:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V388;I311 
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST328
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I338 
             . George Bush 
               80: I347             84: V354             88: V278;
               92: V3638                                     ST360,
                                                               1505
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V397;I293 
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3647
             . John Connally 
               80: I329 
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V353,377
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST404,1514
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V287;ST312,1413
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST420
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST344,1422
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM509 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST304,1431
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST368
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM546            88: ST320
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM528            88: V296;ST336,1440
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST412
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I320 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V342,899;CM444 
             . President
               CF: V341
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V379;I302        82: V382             84: V326,883;
               86: V553(A)          88: V1017                CM425
               CF: V329
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V365,389
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST376,1523
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST352


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Intelligent:
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST325
             . George Bush
               88: V275;ST357,1502  92: V3635
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3644
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V350,374
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST401,1511
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V284;ST309,1410
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST417
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST341,1419
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM506 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST301,1428
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST365
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM543            88: ST317
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM525            88: V293;ST333,1437
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST409
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V339,896;CM441 
             . President
               CF: V338
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V323,880;CM422   86: V550(A)          88: V1014
               CF: V326
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V362,386
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST373,1520
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST349


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Kind:
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM508 
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM545 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM527 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: 341,898;CM443 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: 325,882;CM424 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Knowledgeable:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V386;I309 
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST332
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I336
             . George Bush 
               80: I345             84: V355             88: V282;
               92: V3641                                     ST364,
                                                               1509
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V395;I291 
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3650
             . John Connally 
               80: I327 
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V354,378
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST408,1518
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V291;ST316,1417
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST424
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST348,1426
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM510 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST308,1435
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST372
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM547            88: ST324
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM529            88: V300;ST340,1444
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST416
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I318 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V343,900;CM445 
             . President
               CF: V342
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V377;I300        82: V380             84: V327,884;
               86: V557(A)          88: V1021                CM426
               CF: V330
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V366,390
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST380,1527
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST356

           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Moral:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V383;I306 
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST327
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I333 
             . George Bush 
               80: I342             84: V353             88: V277;
               92: V3637                                     ST359,
                                                               1504
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V392;I288 
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3646
             . John Connally 
               80: I324 
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V355,379
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST403,1513
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V286;ST311,1412
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST419
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST343,1421
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM507 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST303,1430
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST367
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM544            88: ST319
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM526            88: V295;ST335,1439
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST411
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I315 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V340,897;CM442 
             . President
               CF: V343
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V374;I297        82: V377             84: V324,881;
               86: V552(A)          88: V1016                CM423
               CF: V331
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V367,391
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST375,1522
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST351


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Power-hungry:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V387;I310 
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I337 
             . George Bush 
               80: I346 
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V396;I292 
             . John Connally 
               80: I328 
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I319 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V378;I301        82: V381 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Provides Strong Leadership:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V390;I313 
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST329
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I340 
             . George Bush 
               80: V358;I349        88: V279;ST361,1506  92: V3639
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V399;I295 
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3648
             . John Connally 
               80: I331             
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V356,380
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST405,1515
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V288;ST313,1414
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST421
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST345,1423
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM513 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST305,1432
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST369
             . Gary Hart
               84: CM550            88: ST321
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM532            88: V297;ST337,1441
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST413
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I322 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V346,903;CM448 
             . President
               CF: V344
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V381;I304        82: V384[C]          84: V330,887;
               86: V554(A)          88: V1018                  CM429
               CF: V332
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V368,392
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST377,1524
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST353


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Really Cares About People Like R:
             . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST331
             . George Bush 
               84: V357             88: V281;ST363,1508  92: V3640
             . Bill Clinton
               92: V3649
             . Democratic Presidential Candidate
               CF: V357,381
             . Robert Dole
               88: ST407,1517
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V290;ST315,1416
             . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST423
             . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST347,1425
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM512 
             . Albert Gore
               88: ST307,1434
             . Alexander Haig
               88: ST371
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM549            88: ST323
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM531            88: V299;ST339,1443
             . Jack Kemp
               88: ST415
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V345,902;CM447 
             . President
               CF: V345
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V329,886;CM428   86: V556(A)          88: V1020
               CF: V333
             . Republican Presidential Candidate
               CF: V369,393
             . Pat Robertson
               88: ST379,1526
             . Paul Simon
               88: ST355


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Reckless:
             . Ronald Reagan 
               82: V383 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Religious:
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM554 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM536 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V350;907;CM452 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V334,891;CM433 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Sets a Good Example:
             . George Bush 
               84: V356 
             . John Glenn 
               84: CM511 
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM548 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM530 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V344,901;CM446 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V328,885;CM427 


           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Tough on Criminals:
             . George Bush
               88: V632
             . Michael Dukakis
               88: V634



           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Understands People Like R:
             . Gary Hart 
               84: CM551 
             . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM533 
             . Walter Mondale 
               84: V347,904;CM449 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               84: V331,888;CM430 



           How Well Does TRAIT Describe Pres. Candidate:
         - Weak:
             . John Anderson 
               80: V385;I308 
             . Howard Baker 
               80: I335 
             . George Bush 
               80: I344 
             . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V394;I290 
             . John Connally 
               80: I326 
             . Ted Kennedy 
               80: I317 
             . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V376;I299        82: V379 



         - Does Pres. Candidate Have Presidential Personality:
             . Carter 
               76: V3235 
             . Ford 
               76: V3228 
             . McGovern  
               72: V225  
             . Nixon  
               72: V221  
             . Wallace  
               72: V229  



         - Does R Think Candidate as President Could Be Trusted:
             . Carter 
               76: V3234 
             . Ford 
               76: V3227 
             . McGovern  
               72: V224  
             . Nixon  
               72: V220  
             . Wallace  
               72: V228  




                                
                 II.A.2.a(12)      (b)  IN ORDER OF CANDIDATE'S NAME
                                

         For Geraldine Ferraro, see II.A.2.b, Evaluations:  Vice-Presidential.
         For listing in order of candidate traits, see II.A.2.a(11)i.


               PRESIDENTIAL LEVEL 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - John Anderson:
             . Dishonest
               80: V384;I307 
             . Inspiring
               80: V388;I311 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: V386;I309 
             . Moral
               80: V383;I306 
             . Power-Hungry
               80: V387;I310 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: V390;I313 
             . Weak
               80: V385;I308 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Bruce Babbitt:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST326
             . Decent
               88: ST330
             . Inspiring
               88: ST328
             . Intelligent
               88: ST325
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST332
             . Moral
               88: ST327
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST329
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST331


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Howard Baker:
             . Dishonest
               80: I334 
             . Inspiring
               80: I338 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: I336 
             . Moral
               80: I333 
             . Power-Hungry
               80: I337 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: I340 
             . Weak
               80: I335 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - George Bush:
             . Cares About the Environment
               88: V633
             . Compassionate
               84: V352             88: V276;ST358,1503  92: V3636
             . Decent
               88: V280;ST362,1507
             . Dishonest
               80: I343 
             . Gets Things Done
               92: V3643
             . Hardworking
               84: V351 
             . Honest
               88: V283             92: V3642
             . In Touch With Ordinary People
               84: V359 
             . Inspiring
               80: I347             84: V354             88: V278;
               92: V3638                                     ST360,
                                                               1505
             . Intelligent
               88: V275;ST357,1502  92: V3635
             . Knowledgeable
               80: I345             84: V355             88: V282;
               92: V3641                                     ST364,
                                                               1509
             . Moral
               80: I342             84: V353             88: V277;
               92: V3637                                     ST359,
                                                               1504
             . Power-Hungry
               80: I346 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: V358;I349        88: V279;ST361,1506  92: V3639
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: V357             88: V281;ST363,1508  92: V3640
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: V356 
             . Tough on Criminals
               88: V632
             . Weak
               80: I344 



           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Jimmy Carter:
             . Dishonest
               80: V393;I289 
             . Inspiring
               80: V397;I293 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: V395;I291 
             . Moral
               80: V392;I288 
             . Power-Hungry
               80: V396;I292 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: V399;I295 
             . Weak
               80: V394;I290 

         - Jimmy Carter: Does Carter Have Presidential Personality
               76: V3235 

         - Jimmy Carter: Does R Think Carter as President Could Be
            Trusted (7 -Point Agree/Disagree)
               76: V3234 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Bill Clinton:
             . Compassionate
               92: V3645
             . Gets Things Done
               92: V3652
             . Honest
               92: V3651
             . Inspiring
               92: V3647
             . Intelligent
               92: V3644
             . Knowledgeable
               92: V3650
             . Moral
               92: V3646
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               92: V3648
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               92: V3649


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - John Connally:
             . Dishonest
               80: I325 
             . Inspiring
               80: I329 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: I327 
             . Moral
               80: I324 
             . Power-Hungry
               80: I328 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: I331 
             . Weak
               80: I326 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Democratic Presidential Candidate:
             . Compassionate
               CF: V351,375
             . Decent
               CF: V352,376
             . Inspiring
               CF: V353,377
             . Intelligent
               CF: V350,374
             . Knowledgeable
               CF: V354,378
             . Moral
               CF: V355,379
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               CF: V356,380
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               CF: V357,381


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Robert Dole:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST402,1512
             . Decent
               88: ST406,1516
             . Inspiring
               88: ST404,1514
             . Intelligent
               88: ST401,1511
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST408,1518
             . Moral
               88: ST403,1513
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST405,1515
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST407,1517


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Michael Dukakis:
             . Cares About the Environment
               88: V635
             . Compassionate
               88: V285;ST310,1411
             . Decent
               88: V289;ST314,1415
             . Honest
               88: V292
             . Inspiring
               88: V287;ST312,1413
             . Intelligent
               88: V284;ST309,1410
             . Knowledgeable
               88: V291;ST316,1417
             . Moral
               88: V286;ST311,1412
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: V288;ST313,1414
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: V290;ST315,1416
             . Tough on Criminals
               88: V634


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Pierre DuPont:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST418
             . Decent
               88: ST422
             . Inspiring
               88: ST420
             . Intelligent
               88: ST417
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST424
             . Moral
               88: ST419
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST421
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST423



         - Gerald Ford: Does Ford Have Presidential Personality  
               76: V3228 

         - Gerald Ford: Does R Think Ford as President Could Be
            Trusted (7-Point Agree/Disagree)
               76: V3227 

           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Richard Gephardt:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST342,1420
             . Decent
               88: ST346,1424
             . Inspiring
               88: ST344,1422
             . Intelligent
               88: ST341,1419
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST348,1426
             . Moral
               88: ST343,1421
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST345,1423
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST347,1425

           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - John Glenn:
             . Commands Respect
               84: CM505 
             . Compassionate
               84: CM504 
             . Decent
               84: CM503 
             . Hardworking
               84: CM502 
             . Inspiring
               84: CM509 
             . Intelligent
               84: CM506 
             . Kind
               84: CM508 
             . Knowledgeable
               84: CM510 
             . Moral
               84: CM507 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               84: CM513 
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: CM512 
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: CM511 



           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Albert Gore:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST302,1429
             . Decent
               88: ST306,1433
             . Inspiring
               88: ST304,1431
             . Intelligent
               88: ST301,1428
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST308,1435
             . Moral
               88: ST303,1430
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST305,1432
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST307,1434


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Alexander Haig:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST366
             . Decent
               88: ST370
             . Inspiring
               88: ST368
             . Intelligent
               88: ST365
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST372
             . Moral
               88: ST367 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST369
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST371


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Gary Hart:
             . Commands Respect
               84: CM542 
             . Compassionate
               84: CM541            88: ST318
             . Decent
               84: CM540            88: ST322
             . Fair
               84: CM552 
             . Hardworking
               84: CM539 
             . In Touch With Ordinary People
               84: CM553 
             . Inspiring
               84: CM546            88: ST320
             . Intelligent
               84: CM543            88: ST317
             . Kind
               84: CM545 
             . Knowledgeable
               84: CM547            88: ST324
             . Moral
               84: CM544            88: ST319
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               84: CM550            88: ST321
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: CM549            88: ST323
             . Religious
               84: CM554 
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: CM548 
             . Understands People Like R
               84: CM551 


          Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Jesse Jackson:
             . Commands Respect
               84: CM524 
             . Compassionate
               84: CM523            88: V294;ST334,1438
             . Decent
               84: CM522            88: V298;ST338,1442
             . Fair
               84: CM534 
             . Hardworking
               84: CM521 
             . Honest
               88: V301
             . In Touch With Ordinary People
               84: CM535 
             . Inspiring
               84: CM528            88: V296;ST336,1440
             . Intelligent
               84: CM525            88: V293;ST333,1437
             . Kind
               84: CM527 
             . Knowledgeable
               84: CM529            88: V300;ST340,1444
             . Moral
               84: CM526            88: V295;ST335,1439
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               84: CM532            88: V297;ST337,1441
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: CM531            88: V299;ST339,1443
             . Religious
               84: CM536 
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: CM530 
             . Understands People Like R
               84: CM533 



           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Jack Kemp:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST410
             . Decent
               88: ST414
             . Inspiring
               88: ST412
             . Intelligent
               88: ST409
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST416
             . Moral
               88: ST411 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST413
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST415

           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Ted Kennedy:
             . Dishonest
               80: I316 
             . Inspiring
               80: I320 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: I318 
             . Moral
               80: I315 
             . Power-Hungry
               80: I319 
             . Provides Strong Leadershp
               80: I322 
             . Weak
               80: I317 


         - George McGovern: Does McGovern Have Presidential
            Personality
               72: V225  

         - George McGovern: Does R Think McGovern as President Could
            Be Trusted (7-Point Agree/Disagree)
               72: V224  

           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Walter Mondale:
             . Commands Respect
               84: V338,895;CM440 
             . Compassionate
               84: V337,894;CM439 
             . Decent
               84: V336,893;CM438 
             . Fair
               84: V348,905;CM450 
             . Hardworking
               84: V335,892;CM437 
             . In Touch With Ordinary People
               84: V349,906;CM451 
             . Inspiring
               84: V342,899;CM444 
             . Intelligent
               84: V339,896;CM441 
             . Kind
               84: 341,898;CM443 
             . Knowledgeable
               84: V343,900;CM445 
             . Moral
               84: V340,897;CM442 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               84: V346,903;CM448 
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: V345,902;CM447              
             . Religious
               84: V350;907;CM452 
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: V344,901;CM446 
             . Understands People Like R
               84: V347,904;CM449 

         - Richard Nixon: Does Nixon Have Presidential Personality
               72: V221  

         - Richard Nixon: Does R Think Nixon as President Could Be
            Trusted (7-Point Agree/Disagree)
               72: V220  


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - President:
             . Compassionate
               CF: V339
             . Decent
               CF: V340
             . Inspiring
               CF: V341
             . Intelligent
               CF: V338
             . Knowledgeable
               CF: V342
             . Moral
               CF: V343
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               CF: V344
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               CF: V345


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Ronald Reagan:
             . Commands Respect
               84: V322,879;CM421 
             . Compassionate
               84: V321,878;CM420   86: V551(A)          88: V1015
               CF: V327
             . Decent
               84: V320,877;CM419   86: V555(A)          88: V1019
               CF: V328
             . Dishonest
               80: V375;I298        82: V378 
             . Fair
               84: V332,889;CM431 
             . Hardworking
               84: V319,876;CM418 
             . Honest
               88: V1022
             . In Touch With Ordinary People
               84: V333,890;CM432 
             . Inspiring
               80: V379;I302        82: V382             84: V326,883;
               86: V553(A)          88: V1017                CM425     
               CF: V329
             . Intelligent
               84: V323,880;CM422   86: V550(A)          88: V1014
               CF: V326
             . Kind
               84: 325,882;CM424 
             . Knowledgeable
               80: V377;I300        82: V380             84: V327,884;
               86: V557(A)          88: V1021                CM426
               CF: V330
             . Moral
               80: V374;I297        82: V377             84: V324,881;
               86: V552(A)          88: V1016                CM423
               CF: V331
             . Power-hungry
               80: V378;I301        82: V381 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               80: V381;I304        82: V384[C]          84: V330,887;
               86: V554(A)          88: V1018                  CM429  
               CF: V332
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               84: V329,886;CM428   86: V556(A)          88: V1020
               CF: V333
             . Reckless
               82: V383 
             . Religious
               84: V334,891;CM433 
             . Sets a Good Example
               84: V328,885;CM427 
             . Understands People Like R
               84: V331,888;CM430 
             . Weak
               80: V376;I299        82: V379 


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Republican Presidential Candidate:
             . Compassionate
               CF: V363,387
             . Decent
               CF: V364,388
             . Inspiring
               CF: V365,389
             . Intelligent
               CF: V362,386
             . Knowledgeable
               CF: V366,390
             . Moral
               CF: V367,391
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               CF: V368,392
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               CF: V369,393


           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Pat Robertson:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST374,1521
             . Decent
               88: ST378,1525
             . Inspiring
               88: ST376,1523
             . Intelligent
               88: ST373,1520
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST380,1527
             . Moral
               88: ST375,1522
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST377,1524
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST379,1526



           Trait, by Pres. CANDIDATE:
         - Paul Simon:
             . Compassionate
               88: ST350
             . Decent
               88: ST354
             . Inspiring
               88: ST352
             . Intelligent
               88: ST349
             . Knowledgeable
               88: ST356
             . Moral
               88: ST351 
             . Provides Strong Leadership
               88: ST353
             . Really Cares About People Like R
               88: ST355


         - George Wallace: Does Wallace Have Presidential Personality
               72: V229  

         - George Wallace: Does R Think Wallace as President Could Be
            Trusted (7-Point Agree/Disagree)
               72: V228  




                                                                   
              EVALUATIONS:  VICE-PRESIDENTIAL             II.A.2.b 
                                                                   

      Note:  Traits for George Bush not before 1988 appear only in Chapter II,
             Section A.2.a(12).



           Has Vice-Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT: George Bush:
            . Afraid of Him
              80: I283             88: V216[&259]
            . Angry/Angry Toward Him
              80: I281             88: V214[&257]
            . Disgusted
              80: I285 
            . Hopeful
              80: I282             88: V215[&258]
            . Proud
              80: I284             88: V217[&260]
            . Sympathetic Toward Him
              80: I286 
            . Uneasy
              80: I287 


          How Well Does TRAIT Describe V.P. Candidate:  George Bush:
            . Compassionate
              84: V352             88: V276;ST358,1503
            . Dishonest
              80: I343 
            . Hardworking
              84: V351 
            . In Touch With Ordinary People
              84: V359 
            . Inspiring
              80: I347             84: V354             88: V278;
                                                            ST360,1505
            . Knowledgeable
              80: I345             84: V355             88: V282;
                                                            ST364,1509
            . Moral
              80: I342             84: V353             88: V277;
                                                            ST359,1504
            . Power-hungry
              80: I346 
            . Provides Strong Leadership
              80: V358;I349        88: V279;ST361,1506
            . Really Cares About People Like R
              84: V357             88: V281;ST363,1508
            . Sets a Good Example
              84: V356 
            . Weak
              80: I344 


          Has Vice-Pres. Candidate Ever Made R Feel AFFECT:  Geraldine Ferraro:
            . Afraid of Her
              84: CM727 
            . Angry
              84: CM725 
            . Hopeful
              84: CM726 
            . Proud
              84: CM728 


          How Well Does TRAIT Describe V.P. Candidate:  Geraldine Ferraro:
            . Commands Respect
              84: CM561 
            . Compassionate
              84: V361;CM560 
            . Decent
              84: CM559 
            . Fair
              84: CM571 
            . Hardworking
              84: V360;CM558 
            . In Touch with Ordinary People
              84: V368;CM572 
            . Inspiring
              84: V363;CM565 
            . Intelligent
              84: CM562 
            . Kind
              84: CM564 
            . Knowledgeable
              84: V364;CM566 
            . Moral
              84: V362;CM563 
            . Provides Strong Leadership
              84: V367;CM569 
            . Really Cares About People Like R
              84: V366;CM568 
            . Religious
              84: CM573 
            . Sets a Good Example
              84: V365;CM567 
            . Understands People Like R
              84: CM570 


         - Does R Have Any Opinions About Vice-Presidential Candidates
              52: V34-40           56: V23-28           60: V36-41  
              64: V32-35  

         - Feeling Thermometers for Democratic Vice-Presidential 
            Candidates
              68: V487             72: V266,705         76: V3308
              80: V161,I203        84: V304,757;CM236   88: V159[&175]
              92: V3309[&4228]     CF: V425          

         - Feeling Thermometers for Republican Vice-Presidential 
            Candidates
              68: V488             72: V265,704         76: V3312
              80: V162;I204        84: V292,756;CM228   88: V160[&176]
              92: V3308[&4227]     CF: V427                            

         - Feeling Thermometers for 3rd Party/Independent Vice-
            Presidential Candidates
              68: V489             80: V164;I207        92: V5315  
                                                            [&6315]

         - Feeling Thermometers for Vice-Presidents Currently in 
            Office. 
              68: V479             70: V237             72: V265,704
              74: V2342            76: V3304            78: V143
              80: V161,I203        82: V135[C]          84: V292,756; 
              86: V144[&171]       88: V154,592[&170,        CM228
              90: 137[&171]            636];ST178,     CWP:V137,2212
              92: V3308[&4227]         1301                [&171,2257]
                                                            



                                                                       
             KNOWLEDGE OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES             II.A.2.c 
                                                                       


         - Does R Know Where Goldwater Is From; Does R Know
            Goldwater's Religion.
               64: V294,295

         - Does R Know Where Johnson Is From; Does R Know Johnson's
            Religion.
               64: V296,297

         - Does R Know Where Kennedy Is From; Does R Know Kennedy's
            Age, Class, Religion.
               60: V46,47,48,49  

         - Does R Know Where Nixon Is From; Does R Know Nixon's Age,
            Class, Religion.
               60: V42,43,44,45  

         - How Much Does Respondent Know About Presidential Candidate:
            . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST139,1231
            . George Bush
               88: ST143,1225,1501
            . Mario Cuomo
               88: ST150,1239
            . Robert Dole
               88: ST146,1226,1510
            . Michael Dukakis
               88: ST137,1232,1409
            . Pierre Dupont
               88: ST148,1227
            . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST141,1233,1418
            . Albert Gore
               88: ST136,1234,1427
            . Alexander Haig
               88: ST144,1228
            . Gary Hart
               88: ST138,1237
            . Jesse Jackson
               88: ST140,1235,1436
            . Jack Kemp
               88: ST147,1229
            . Ted Kennedy
               88: ST151,1240
            . Sam Nunn
               88: ST149,1238
            . Ronald Reagan
               88: ST1241
            . Pat Robertson
               88: ST145,1230,1519
            . Paul Simon
               88: ST142,1236


       - Summary. How Much Does Respondent Know About Presidential
          Candidate:
            . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST155,1248
            . George Bush
               88: ST159,1242
            . Mario Cuomo
               88: ST166,1256
            . Robert Dole
               88: ST162,1243
            . Michael Dukakis
               88: ST153,1249
            . Pierre Dupont
               88: ST164,1244
            . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST157,1250
            . Albert Gore
               88: ST152,1251
            . Alexander Haig
               88: ST160,1245
            . Gary Hart
               88: ST154,1254
            . Jesse Jackson
               88: ST156,1252
            . Jack Kemp
               88: ST163,1246
            . Ted Kennedy
               88: ST167,1257
            . Sam Nunn
               88: ST165,1255
            . Ronald Reagan
               88: ST1258
            . Pat Robertson
               88: ST161,1247
            . Paul Simon
               88: ST158,1253


       - Babbitt Candidate Status
               88: ST168

       - DuPont Candidate Status
               88: ST170

       - Haig Candidate Status
               88: ST169

       - Does R Remember Which Democratic Candidate Won the Iowa
          Caucuses: Which One.  Summary.
               88: ST207,208

       - Does R Remember Which Republican Candidate Won the Iowa
          Caucuses: Which One.  Summary.
               88: ST205,206

       - Does R Remember Which Democratic Candidate Won the New
          Hampshire Primary: Which One.  Summary.
               88: ST211,212

       - Does R Remember Which Republican Candidate Won the New
          Hampshire Primary: Which One.  Summary.
               88: ST209,210

       - What Issues Are the 1988 Democratic Presidential Candidates
          Talking About.
               88:ST213-217

       - What Issues Are the 1988 Republican Presidential Candidates
          Talking About.
               88:ST218-222

       - Which Candidate Won the Democratic Presidential Primary in
          R's State. Summary
               88: ST1318,1319

       - Which Candidate Won the Republican Presidential Primary in
          R's State. Summary
               88: ST1320,1321




                                                                      
              PERCEIVED POSITIONS, BY CANDIDATES             II.A.2.d 
                                                                      

         SEE ALSO:  Chapter III. for candidate positions by issue.
         SEE ALSO:  Chapter II, Section A.2.a(2) [behaviors (if president)].

               PRESIDENTIAL/VICE-PRESIDENTIAL LEVEL

                  This section covers respondent's perceptions of what
               candidates' issue positions are.  
                  'Candidate' includes all declared candidates and [undeclared]
               political figures who are considered possible candidates;
               'candidate' also includes past candidates and officeholders.

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - John Anderson:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1081;I578 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: V284;I508 
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1097;I618 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1065;I592 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V294;I522 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1113;I566 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V304;I494 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: V274,1041;I454 
             . Proposed 30% Cut in Federal Income Tax, 1980
               80: V326;I538 
             . When Abortions Should Be Permitted, by Law
               80: V314;I604 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Bruce Babbitt:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST431

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Howard Baker:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: I582 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: I512 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I526 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I498 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: I459 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Jerry Brown:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: I581 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: I511 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               80: I594 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I525 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               80: I568 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I497 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: V273;I458 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - George Bush:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: I583             88: V370
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: I513             88: V312             90: V440
               CWP:V440,2476        92: V3708
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               88: V389            
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               80: I595             88: V334*,V342*      90: V448
               CWP:V448
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               88: V320
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I527             88: V304             90: V453
               CWP:V453             92: V3702
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               80: I569             88: V325             92: V3719
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I499 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale 
               80: V275,1038;I461   88: ST435            90: V408
               CWP:V408,2452        92: V3514            PS: V551
             . When Abortion Should be Permitted, by Law
               92: V3733

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Jimmy Carter:
             . Change in Tax Rate, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3781 
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1079;I576 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: V282;I506 



            Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:[cont.]
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3789            78: V390             80: V1095;
                                                             I616 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3266            78: V374             80: V1063;
                                                             I590 
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3275            78: V382 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V292;I520 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3243,3760       78: V358             80: V1111;
                                                              I564 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V302;I492 
             . Legal Status of Marijuana, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3774 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3288            78: V400 
               80: V268,1038;I452 
             . Proposed 30% Cut in Federal Income Tax, 1980
               80: V324;I536 
             . Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3250            78: V366 
             . School Busing, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3259 
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3769 
             . When Abortion Should Be Permitted, by Law
               80: V312;I602 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Bill Clinton:
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               92: 3709 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               92: V3703
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               92: V3720
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale 
               92: V3515            PS: V553*
             . When Abortion Should be Permitted, by Law
               92: V3734


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - John Connally:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: I580 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: I510 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I524 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: I496 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: V271;I456 


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Robert Dole:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3296            88: ST438


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Democratic Presidential Candidate
             . Cooperation with Russia, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9082
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9081
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9083
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9084
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9085
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9086
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9087
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9088


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Michael Dukakis:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               88: V369
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               88: V311
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               88: V388
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               88: V333*,V341*
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               88: V319
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               88: V303
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               88: V324
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale 7-Point Scale
               88: ST429            PS: V552*



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:  
         - Pierre DuPont:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST440


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:  
         - Geraldine Ferraro:
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: CM637


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Gerald Ford:
             . Change in Tax Rate, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3780 
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3788 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2297            76: V3265  
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3274 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2266            76: V3242,3759  
             . Legal Status of Marijuana, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3773 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2306            76: V3287            80: V272;I457
             . Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2282            76: V3249  
             . School Busing, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2289            76: V3258  
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               74: V2274            76: V3768  


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Richard Gephardt:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST433



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - John Glenn:
             . Defense Spending, Branching Format
               84: CM882,883 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, Branching Format
               84: CM810,811 
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: CM621 



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Albert Gore:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST428



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Alexander Haig:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST436



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Gary Hart:
             . Cooperation With Russia, Branching Format
               84: CM920,921 
             . Defense Spending, Branching Format
               84: CM884,885 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, Branching Format
               84: CM823,824 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, Branching Format
               84: CM812,813 
             . Improve Social and Economic Status of Women, Branching
                Format
               84: CM908,909 
             . Involvement in Central America, Branching Format 
               84: CM845,846 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST430
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: CM633 


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Hubert Humphrey:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3291 
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               68: V461  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               68: V467  


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Jesse Jackson:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               88: V371
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               88: V313
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               88: V335*,V343*
           
           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:[cont.]
             . Government Aid to Blacks, Branching Format
               84: CM825,826 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               88: V305
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, Branching Format
               84: CM814,815 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               88: V326
             . Involvement in Central America, Branching Format
               84: CM847,848 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST432
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: CM629 


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Lyndon Johnson:
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               68: V460  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               68: V466  


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Jack Kemp:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST439


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Ted Kennedy:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1082;I579 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: V285;I509 
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1098;I619 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1066;I593 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V295;I523 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1114;I567 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V305;I495 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: V270,1040;I455 
             . Proposed 30% Cut in Federal Income Tax, 1980
               80: V327;I539 
             . When Abortion Should be Permitted, by Law
               80: V315;I605 



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Patrick Lucey:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               80: V277;I462 



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - George McGovern:
             . Campus Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               72: V680*  
             . Change in the Tax Rate, 7-Point Scale
               72: V180*,663*  
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               72: V234  
             . Extent of Government Action Against Inflation, 7-Point
                Scale
               72: V192*,600*  
             . Government Aid to Minorites, 7-Point Scale
               72: V631  
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               72: V210*  
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               72: V174*,615*  
             . Legal Status of Marijuana, 7-Point Scale
               72: V198  
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               72: V654             76: V3293  
             . Pollution from Private Industry, 7-Point Scale
               72: V216*  
             . Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
               72: V623  
             . School Busing, 7-Point Scale
               72: V204  
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               72: V672*  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               72: V186*,592*  



           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Walter Mondale:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               84: V410 
             . Cooperation With Russia, Branching Format
               84: CM918,919 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               84: V397 
             . Defense Spending, Branching Format
               84: CM879,880 
             . Government Aid to Minorites, 7-Point Scale
               84: V384 
             . Government Aid to Minorites, Branching Format
               84: CM821,822 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               84: V377,1030 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, Branching Format
               84: CM807,808 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               84: V416,1050 
             . Improve Social and Economic Status of Women, 7-Point
                Scale
               84: V403 
             . Improve Social and Economic Status of Women, Branching
                Format
               84: CM906,907 
             . Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
               84: V390,1041 
             . Involvement in Central America, Branching Format
               84: CM843,844 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3295            80: V276;I460        84: V372 
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: V130,1021;CM625 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Edmund Muskie:
             . Campus Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               70: V103  
             . Extent of Government Action Against Inflation, 7-Point
                Scale
               70: V117
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               70: V110  
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               70: V138*  
             . Pollution From Private Industry, 7-Point Scale
               70: V131  
             . Rights of Accused, 7-Point Scale
               70: V124  
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               70: V89  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               70: V96  


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Richard Nixon:
             . Campus Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               70: V102             72: V679*  
             . Change in Tax Rate, 7-Point Scale
               72: V179*,662*  
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               72: V233  
             . Extent of Government Action Against Inflation, 7-Point
                Scale
               70: V116             72: V191*,599* 
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               70: V109             72: V630             74: V2299  
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               70: V137             72: V209*  
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               72: V173*,614*       74: V2268  
             . Legal Status of Marijuana, 7-Point Scale
               72: V197
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               72: V653             74: V2308  
             . Pollution From Private Industry, 7-Point Scale
               70: V130             72: V215*  
             . Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
               70: V123             72: V622  
             . School Busing, 7-Point Scale
               72: V203             74: V2291  
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               68: V462             70: V88              72: V671*
               74: V2276  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               68: V468             70: V95              72: V185*,
                                                              591*
           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Ross Perot:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               92: V3516            PS: V554*
           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - President:
             . Cooperation with Russia, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9074
             . Defense spending, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9073
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9075
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9076
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9077
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9078
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9079
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9080
           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Ronald Reagan:
             . Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1080;I577       84: V409
               88: V375
             . Cooperation With Russia, Branching Format
               84: CM916,917 
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               80: V283;I507        82: V408[C]          84: V396 
               86: V406[&416]       88: V317
             . Defense Spending, Branching Format
               84: CM876,877 
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1096;I617       82: V436             88: V392
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1064;I591       82: V416             84: V383
               88: V339*,V347*
             . Government Aid to Blacks, Branching Format
               84: CM819,820 
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V293;I521        82: V444[C]          84: V376,1029
               86: V449[&459]       88: V309
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, Branching Format
               84: CM804,805 
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               80: V1112;I565       82: V426[C]          84: V415,1049
               88: V330
             . Improve Social and Economic Status of Women, 7-Point
                Scale
               84: V402 
             . Improve Social and Economic Status of Women, Branching
                Format
               84: CM904,905 
             . Inflation/Unemployment Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               80: V303;I493 
             . Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
               84: V389,1040        86: V429[&439] 
             . Involvement in Central America, Branching Format
               84: CM841,842 
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               76: V3294            80: V269,1039;I453   82: V394[C]  
               84: V371             86: V387[&397]       88: ST441
               PS: V567*                                     
             . Liberal/Conservative, Branching Format Summary
               84: V126,1017;CM617 
             . Proposed 30% Cut in Federal Income Taxes, 1980
               80: V325;I537 
             . When Abortion Should Be Permitted, by Law
               80: V313;I603 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - R's Ranking of Reagan's First Three Economic Priorities
            Among:
                 Reduce Budget Deficit 
                 Lower Federal Income Taxes 
                 Reduce Spending on Government Services 
                 Reduce Defense Spending 
                 Increase Federal Income Taxes 
               82: V333-335 

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Republican Presidential Candidate
             . Cooperation with Russia, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9090
             . Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9089
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9091
             . Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9092
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9093
             . Gov't Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9094
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9095
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               CF: V9096

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Pat Robertson:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST437

           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - Paul Simon:
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               88: ST434


           Issue Positions of Pres./Vice Pres. Candidates:
         - George Wallace:
             . Campus Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               70: V104             72: V681*  
             . Change in Tax Rate, 7-Point Scale
               72: V181*,664*
             . Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
               72: V235  
             . Extent of Government Action Against Inflation, 7-Point
               Scale
               70: V118             72: V193*,601*  
             . Government Aid to Minorites, 7-Point Scale
               70: V111             72: V632             74: V2298  
             . Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
               70: V139             72: V211*  
             . Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
               72: V175*,616*       74: V2267  
             . Legal Status of Marijuana, 7-Point Scale
               72: V199
             . Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
               72: V655             74: V2307            76: V3292 
             . Pollution From Private Industry, 7-Point Scale
               70: V132             72: V217*  
             . Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
               70: V125             72: V624             74: V2283 
             . School Busing, 7-Point Scale
               72: V205             74: V2290  
             . Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
               68: V463             70: V90              72: V673*
               74: V2275  
             . Vietnam Action, 7-Point Scale
               68: V469             70: V97              72: V187*,
                                                              593*  

                                                                      
                      RECOGNITION OF CANDIDATES              II.A.2.e 
                                                                      

               PRESIDENTIAL/VICE-PRESIDENTIAL LEVEL

         - Has R Heard of:
           . John Anderson 
               80: V75;I184         84: CM206 
           . Reuben Askew 
               84: CM208 
           . Bruce Babbitt
               88: ST123,1214
           . Howard Baker 
               80: V70;I189         84: CM211 
           . Lloyd Bentsen 
               84: CM215 
           . Jerry Brown 
               80: V69;I188 
           . Dale Bumpers 
               84: CM216 
           . George Bush 
               80: V72;I191         84: CM210            88: ST127,
               PS: V80                                       1208;
           . Jimmy Carter 
               80: V64;I182 
           . Bill Clinton
               PS: V84*
           . John Connally 
               80: V67;I186 
           . Philip Crane 
               80: V73;I192 
           . Alan Cranston 
               84: CM205 
           . Mario Cuomo 
               84: CM217            88: ST134,1222
           . Robert Dole 
               80: V74;I193         84: CM213            88: ST130,
                                                               1209
           . Michael Dukakis
               88: ST121,1215       PS: V81*
           . Pierre DuPont
               88: ST132,1210
           . Geraldine Ferraro 
               84: CM218 
           . Gerald Ford 
               80: V68;I187 
           . Richard Gephardt
               88: ST125,1216
           . John Glenn 
               84: CM202 
                  . Albert Gore
               88: ST120,1217
           . Alexander Haig
               88: ST128,1211
           . Gary Hart 
               84: CM214            88: ST122,1220
           . Ernest Hollings 
               84: CM207 
           . Jesse Jackson 
               84: CM209            88: ST124,1218
           . Jack Kemp
               88: ST131,1212
           . Ted Kennedy 
               80: V66;I185         84: CM203            88: ST135,
                                                               1223
           . Patrick Lucey 
               80: V76;I194 
           . George McGovern 
               84: CM212 
           . Walter Mondale 
               80: V71;I190         84: CM204 
           . Sam Nunn
               88: ST133,1221
           . Ross Perot
               PS: V83*
           . Dan Quayle
               92: V5916
           . Ronald Reagan 
               80: V65;I183         84: CM201 
           . Pat Robertson
               88: ST129,1213
           . Paul Simon
               88: ST126,1219
           . Clarence Thomas
               PS: V82*

         - Does R Know What Position Dan Quale Holds
               90: V395             CWP:V395



                                                                         
              RESIGNATION/PARDON OF PRESIDENT NIXON             II.A.2.f 
                                                                         

         - Is R Pleased/Displeased About Nixon Resignation.  
              74: V2158

                  --(if R has opinion) Reasons (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2158-2160  

         - How Fair Were Judiciary Committee Hearings  
              74: V2161  

         - Does R Approve/Disapprove Judiciary Committee's Decision to
            Impeach.  
              74: V2162 

                  --(if R has opinion) Reasons (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2162-2164  

         - How Fair Was Media Coverage of Watergate  
              74: V2165  

         - Should Ford Have Pardoned Nixon  
              74: V2166            76: V3136  

                  --(if no) Should Ford Have Waited for Trial Before
                     Pardon, or Not Pardoned (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2167
                              ---(if R has opinion) Reasons
                                       74: V2168,2169  
                  --(if yes) Should Ford Have Waited Until After  
                     Trial Before Pardon (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2170  

         - Was Nixon Resignation Good or Bad Thing for Country. 
               74: V2171
              
                  --(if R has opinion) Reasons (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2172,2173 



                                                                     
  Federal Level:  U.S. House of Representatives              II.A.3  
                                                                     

         - Identification vars for House Candidates
               PS: V21,22*
 
         - Identification var for retiring House Incumbent
               PS: V23*



                                                                              
           CONTACT WITH: HOUSE INCUMBENTS AND CANDIDATES             II.A.3.a 
                                                                              


          For contact from candidate representative to solicit campaign support,
            see Chapter V, Section A.3, Solicitations.


         - Has R Had Contact with: (PS skips lead-in)
            . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
               78: V197,RV2043      80: V929             82: V186[C]
               84: V946             86: V231             88: V726
               90: V249             CWP:V249             CF: V919
            . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2013           92: V5502            CF: V928
            . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No Running Incumbent
               78: V207             80: V939             82: V267[C]
               84: V968             86: V241             88: V736
               90: V259             CWP:V259
            . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running Incumbents
              [due to 1982 redistricting]
               82: V213[C]
            . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
               78: V186
            . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
               78: RV2033           80: V918             82: V176[C]
               84: V936             86: V220             88: V715
               90: V238             CWP:V238             CF: V910
            . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2023           92: V5513            CF: V937
            . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No Running Incumbent
               78: V217             80: V949             82: V277[C]
               84: V978             86: V251             88: V746
               90: V269             CWP:V269
            . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running Incumbents
              [due to 1982 redistricting]
               82: V223[C]

                    --(if yes) Met Him/Her:
                      [marked/not marked, exc. 1988 SS: yes/no (no lead-in)]
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V198,RV2044      80: V930
                          82: V187[C]          84: V947
                          86: V232             88: V727
                          90: V250             CWP:V250
                          PS: V289,700*        CF: V920
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2014           92: V5503
                          PS: V646             CF: V929
                          82: V268[C]          84: V969 
                          86: V242             88: V737
                          90: V260             CWP:V260
                          PS: V297
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V214[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V187
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2034           80: V919
                          82: V177[C]          84: V937
                          86: V221             88: V716
                          90: V239             CWP:V239
                          PS: V281,692*        CF: V911
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2024           92: V5514
                          PS: V654*            CF: V938
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V218             80: V950
                          82: V278[C]          84: V979
                          86: V252             88: V747
                          90: V270             CWP:V270
                          PS: V305*
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V224[C]
                   --(if yes) Attended Meeting Where S/He Spoke:
                       [marked/not marked, exc. 1988 SS: yes/no (no lead-in)]
                        (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V199,RV2045      80: V931
                          82: V188[C]          84: V948
                          86: V233             88: V728
                          90: V251             CWP:V251
                          PS: V290,701         CF: V921
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2015           92: V5504
                          PS: V647*            CF: V930
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V209             80: V941
                          82: V269[C]          84: V970
                          86: V243             88: V738
                          90: V261             CWP:V261
                          PS: V298
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V215[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V188
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2035           80: V920
                          82: V178[C]          84: V938
                          86: V222             88: V717
                          90: V240             CWP:V240
                          PS: V282,693         CF: V912
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2025           92: V5515
                          PS: V655*            CF: V939
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V219             80: V951
                          82: V279[C]          84: V980
                          86: V253             88: V748
                          90: V271             CWP:V271
                          PS: V306 
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V225[C]
                   --(if yes) Talked with Staff Member of:
                          [marked/not marked, exc. 1988
                          SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V200,RV2046      80: V932
                          82: V189[C]          84: V949
                          86: V234             88: V729
                          90: V252             CWP:V252
                          PS: V291,702         CF: V922
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2016           92: V5505
                          PS: V648             CF: V931
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V210             80: V942
                          82: V270[C]          84: V971
                          86: V244             88: V739
                          90: V262             CWP:V262
                          PS: V299
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V216[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V189
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2036           80: V921
                          82: V179[C]          84: V939 
                          86: V223             88: V718
                          90: V241             CWP:V241
                          PS: V283,694         CF: V913
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2026           92: V5516 
                          PS: V656             CF: V940
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V220             80: V952
                          82: V280[C]          84: V981
                          86: V254             88: V749
                          90: V272             CWP:V272
                          PS: V307
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V226[C]
                   --(if yes) Received Mail from Him/Her:
                         [marked/not marked, exc. 1988
                          SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V201,RV2047      80: V933
                          82: V190[C]          84: V950
                          86: V235             88: V730
                          90: V253             CWP:V253
                          PS: V292,703         CF: V923
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2017           92: V5506
                          PS: V649             CF: V932
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V211             80: V943
                          82: V271[C]          84: V972
                          86: V245             88: V740
                          90: V263             CWP:V263
                          PS: V300
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V217[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V190
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2037           80: V922
                          82: V180[C]          84: V940 
                          86: V224             88: V719
                          90: V242             CWP:V242
                          PS: V284,695         CF: V914
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2027           92: V5517
                          PS: V657             CF: V941
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V221             80: V953
                          82: V281[C]          84: V982
                          86: V255             88: V750
                          90: V273            CWP:V273
                          PS: V308
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V227[C]
                   --(if yes) Read About Him/Her in Newspaper or
                        Magazine: [marked/not marked, exc. 1988 SS:
                         yes/no (no lead-in)]
                        (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V202,RV2048      80: V934
                          82: V191[C]          84: V951
                          86: V236             88: V731
                          90: V254             CWP:V254
                          PS: V293,704         CF: V924
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2018           92: V5507
                          PS: V650             CF: V933
                       . Democrat ic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V212             80: V944
                          82: V272[C]          84: V973
                          86: V246             88: V741
                          90: V264             CWP:V264
                          PS: V301
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V218[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V191
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2038           80: V923 
                          82: V181[C]          84: V941
                          86: V225             88: V720
                          90: V243            CWP:V243
                          PS: V285,696         CF: V915
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2028           92: V5518
                          PS: V658             CF: V942
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V222             80: V954
                          82: V282[C]          84: V983
                          86: V256             88: V751
                          90: V274             CWP:V274
                          PS: V309 
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V228[C]
                   --(if yes) Heard Him/Her on Radio: [marked/not marked,
                          exc. 1988 SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V203,RV2049      80: V935
                          82: V192[C]          84: V952 
                          86: V237             88: V732
                          90: V255            CWP:V255
                          PS: V294,705         CF: V925
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2019           92: V5508
                          PS: V651             CF: V934
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V213             80: V945
                          82: V273[C]          84: V974
                          86: V247             88: V742
                          90: V265             CWP:V265
                          PS: V302
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V219[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V192
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2039           80: V924
                          82: V182[C]          84: V942
                          86: V226             88: V721
                          90: V244             CWP:V244
                          PS: V286,697         CF: V916
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2029           92: V5519
                          PS: V659             CF: V943
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V223             80: V955
                          82: V283[C]          84: V984
                          86: V257             88: V752
                          90: V275             CWP:V275
                          PS: V310
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V229[C]
                   --(if yes) Seen Him/Her on TV: [marked/not marked,
                          exc. 1988 SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V204,RV2050      80: V936
                          82: V193[C]          84: V953
                          86: V238             88: V733
                          90: V256             CWP:V256
                          PS: V295,706         CF: V926
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2020           92: V5509               
                          PS: V652             CF: V935
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V214             80: V946
                          82: V274[C]          84: V975
                          86: V248             88: V743
                          90: V266             CWP:V266
                          PS: V303
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting
                          82: V220[C]
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V193
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2040           80: V925
                          82: V183[C]          84: V943
                          86: V227             88: V722
                          90: V245             CWP:V245
                          PS: V287,698         CF: V917
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2030           92: V5520
                          PS: V660             CF: V944
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V224             80: V956
                          82: V284[C]          84: V985
                          86: V258             88: V753
                          90: V276             CWP:V276
                          PS: V311
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V230[C]
                   --(if yes) Contact Other Than Itemized Contacts With:
                       [marked/not marked] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          82: V194[C]          84: V954            
                          86: V239             88: V734
                          90: V257             CWP:V257
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]          
                          92: V5510
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          82: V275[C]          84: V976
                          86: V249             88: V744
                          90: V267             CWP:V267
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V221[C]
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          82: V184[C]          84: V944
                          86: V228             88: V723
                          90: V246             CWP:V246
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]          
                          92: V5521
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          82: V285[C]          84: V986
                          86: V259             88: V754
                          90: V277             CWP:V277
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running
                         Incumbents [due to 1982 redistricting]
                          82: V230[C]
                   --(if no) None of Itemized Contacts With: [marked/not marked]
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
                          78: V205,RV2051      80: V937
                       . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2021
                       . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V215             80: V947
                       . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
                          78: V194
                       . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
                          78: RV2041           80: V926
                       . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2031
                       . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No
                         Running Incumbent
                          78: V225             80: V957

         - Contact Summary:
            . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
               CF: V947
            . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               CF: V946
            . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
               CF: V948
            . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               CF: V949

         - Does R Know of Anyone Else (Family, Friends etc.) Who Has
            Had Contact With: 
            . Challenger to Running House Incumbent
               78: V206,RV2052      80: V938             82: V195[C]
               84: V955             86: V239             88: V735;
               90: V258             CWP:V258             PS: V296,707 
               CF: V927                   
            . Democratic House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2022           92: V5511            PS: V653
               CF: V936
            . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ No Running Incumbent
               78: V216             80: V948             82: V276[C]
               84: V977             86: V250             88: V745;
               90: V268             CWP:V268             PS: V304
            . Democratic Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running Incumbents
              [due to 1982 redistricting]
               82: V222[C]
            . House Representative [running OR 'retiring']
               78: V195
            . Incumbent House Candidate [running]
               78: RV2042           80: V927;I762        82: V185[C]
               84: V945             86: V229             88: V724;
               90: V247             CWP:V247             PS: V288,699
               CF: V918                   
            . Republican House Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2032           92: V5522            PS: V661
               CF: V945
            . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ No Running Incumbent
               78: V226             80: V958             82: V286[C]
               84: V987             86: V260             88: V755;
               90: V278             CWP:V278             PS: V312
            . Republican Cand. - House Race w/ 2 Running Incumbents  
              [due to 1982 redistricting]
               82: V232[C]


                                                                          
              EVALUATION/PERFORMANCE, LIKES/DISLIKES             II.A.3.b 
                                                                          

               U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

               SEE ALSO:  Incumbent's Voting, Chapter II, Section A.3.c.


         - R's Rating of Performance of House Incumbent [running OR 'retiring']
               78: V245 

         - R Approve/Disapprove of House Incumbent's Performance 
           [1980, 1986, 1990, CWP: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;  1982, 1984,
             1988, CF, SS: running only]
               80: V972            82: V212,249,266[C]  84: V967
               86: V353            88: V789             90: V404;
               CWP:V404,2317,2320  92: V5710            PS: V429,432*
               CF: V991                              


                   --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                          80: V973             86: V354 
                          88: V790             90: V405
                          CWP:V405,2318,2320   92: V5711
                          PS: V430,431*        CF: V9069

         - R's Rating of House Incumbent's Job of Keeping in Touch
            With District [1986, 1990: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
               1988: running only]
               86: V293             88: V793            90: V313
               CWP:V313             92: V5714           PS: V436*

         - R's Assessment of How Helpful House Representative Would Be
            With Problem if R Had Problem [1978, 1980, 1986, 1990, CF:
             running OR 'retiring'incumbent; 1982, 1984, 1988, CF:
             running only]
               78: V236             80: V968             82: V205,242,
               84: V965             86: V291                  259[C] 
               88: V791             90: V312             CWP:V312
               92: V5712            PS: V433*            CF: V959,970

                   --(if R knows) ## Whether R Remembers House Incumbent's
                       Vote on Any Particular Bill [1982: running only]
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V210,247,264 
                   --(if R knows)  ## Has House Incumbent Candidate Done
                        Anything Special for District (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V98
                   --(if R knows) Has House Incumbent Candidate Helped R.
                        What Has Candidate Done (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V99  

         - Has House Incumbent Done Anything Special for District.
           [1958, 1978, 1980, 1986, 1990, CF: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
            1982, 1984, 1988, CF: running only]
               58: V58             78: V237            80: V969
               82: V206,243,260    84: V966            86: V292 
               88: V792            90: V316            CWP:V316
               92: V5713           PS: V434*           CF: V960,971 

                   --(if yes) What Has Candidate Done (FOLLOWUP))
                         78: V238,239         80: V970-971

         - Whether R Remembers House Incumbent's Vote on Any
             Particular Bill [1978, 1986, 1990: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
              1988: running only]
               78: V241             82: V210           86: V295
               88: V795             90: V314           CWP:V314

         - Was R's Preference Among House Candidates Influenced by
            Important Issue in R's Congressional District  [Important Issue(s)
            Named by R]
               78: V184             80: V916           86: V209
               88: V704             90: V228           CWP:V228
               92: V5431

         - Anything R Liked About Democratic House Candidate. What.
               78: V160-164         80: V892-896       82: V148-
               84: V908-912         86: V184-188            152[C] 
               88: V674-679;        90: V198-203;      CWP:V198-203
               PS: V177-182*,       92: V5401-5406     CF: V980
                    664-669*
                                            
         - Anything R Disliked About Democratic House Candidate. What.
               78: V165-169         80: V897-901       82: V153-
               84: V913-917         86: V189-193            157[C] 
               88: V680-685;        90: V204-209;      CWP:V204-209
               92: V5407-5412       PS: V183-188*      CF: V981
                                         670-675*             
               
         - Anything R Liked About Republican House Candidate. What.
               78: V170-174         80: V902-906       82: V158-
               84: V918-922         86: V194-198            162[C] 
               88: V686-691;        90: V210-215       CWP:V210-215
               92: V5413-5418       PS: V189-194*       CF: V984
                                         676-681*
             
         - Anything R Disliked About Republican House Candidate. What.
               78: V175-179         80: V907-911       82: V163-
               84: V923-927         86: V199-203            167[C] 
               88: V692-697;        90: V216-221;      CWP:V216-221
               92: V5419-5424       PS: V195-200*      CF: V985
                                         682-687*               

         - Anything R Liked About House Incumbent Candidate. What.
               78: RV2113,2115,     PS: V710-715*      CF: RV993
                    2117,2119,2121
                    
         - Anything R Disliked About House Incumbent Candidate. What.
               78: RV2123,2125,     PS: V716-721*      CF: RV994
                    2127,2129,2131                  
 
         - Anything R Liked About House Challenger to Running
            Incumbent. What.
               78: RV2114,2116,     PS: V722-727*       CF: RV997 
                    2118,2120,2122                 
                                                 
         - Anything R Disliked About House Challenger to Running
            Incumbent. What.
               78: RV2124,2126,     PS: V728-723*       CF: RV998
                    2128,2130,2132                 

         - Affect, Salience of Democratic House Candidate
               CF: V982,983

         - Affect, Salience of Republican House Candidate
               CF: V986,987

         - Affect, Salience, Relative Salience of Major Party House
            Candidates
               CF: V988,989,990

         - Affect, Salience of Incumbent House Candidate
               CF: V995,996

         - Affect, Salience of House Challenger to Running Incumbent
               CF: V999,1000

         - Affect, Salience, Relative Salience of Incumbent and
            Challenger House Candidates
               CF: V1001,1002,1003

         - Did Incumbent Candidate Write any Bad Checks in the "Bad 
            Check" House Scandal? [Asked of Rs who said they had heard
            about the "bad-check scandal"]
              92: V5718
                    --(if yes) Did Incumbent Candidate Write a Lot of Bad
                       Checks, or Just a Few
                          92: V5719

         - Does R Think that Representatives Who Wrote Bad Checks 
            Broke Any Laws
              92: V5720

         - US House of Representatives Candidates, Feeling
            Thermometers:
          . Challenger to Running House Incumbent Candidate
               78: V2008            PS: V691           CF: V909
          . Democratic House Candidate  [incumbent or not]
               78: V2005            80: V855           82: V132[C]
               84: V753             86: V136[&163]     88: V601[&645] 
               90: V145[&179]       CWP:V145[&179]     92: V5311
               PS: V109*,644*       CF: V906               [&6311]
          . House Incumbent Not Running for Re-election  ['retiring']
               80: V858             92: V5313          PS: V111*
                                        [&6313]
          . House Representative  [running OR 'retiring']
               78: V150             CWP:V2219[&2264] 
          . Independent/ Third Party House Candidate
               80: V857             82: V134[C]        84: V755
               86: V138[&165]       88: V603[&647]
          . Republican House Candidate  [incumbent or not]
               78: V2006            80: V856           82: V133[C]
               84: V754             86: V173[&164]     88: V602[&646]
               90: V146[&180]       CWP:V146[&180]     92: V5312
               PS: V110*,645*       CF: V907               [&6312]
           . Running Incumbent House Candidate
               78: V2007            PS: V690*          CF: V908
           . Third Party House Candidate
               78: V153

                                                                            
                   INCUMBENT'S VOTING: R'S PERCEPTIONS             II.A.3.c 
                                                                            

         - Whether R Has Generally Agreed with House Incumbent's
            Congressional Voting [1978, 1986: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
            1982,1988: running only]
               78: V240             82: V207,244,261[C]  86: V294
               88: V794             PS: V435*

         - Whether House Incumbent Supported or Opposed Reagan's
            Economic Program Last Year [running incumbent only]
               82: V208,245,262[C] 

                   --(if supported) Whether Continues to Support; (if opposed)
                       Whether Continues to Oppose (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V209,246,263[C] 
                   --(if R knows) ## Whether R Remembers House Incumbent's
                       Vote on Any Particular Bill [1982: running only]
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V210,247,264 

         - ## Whether R Remembers House Incumbent's Vote on Any
            Particular Bill [1978, 1986, 1990: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
            1988: running only]
               78: V241             86: V295             88: V795
               90: V314             CWP:V314             CF: V9071

                   --(if yes) Whether R Agreed with Vote (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V242             82: V211,248,265 
                          86: V296             88: V796
                          90: V315             CWP:V315
                          CF: V9072
                   --(if yes) Importance of Bill to R (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V243 
                   --(if yes) Content of Bill (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V244 

         - Does R Remember How House Representative Voted on the Use
            of Force in the Persian Gulf
               CWP:V2501            92: V3612

                   --(if R knows) Did Representative Vote For or Against
                          CWP:V2502            92: V3613
                   --(if R doesn't know) Would R Guess that Representative
                       Voted For or Against
                          CWP:V2503            92: V3614
         - Summary: R's Recall of House Representative's Vote on Force
             in the Persian Gulf
               CWP:V2504







                                                              
                 KNOWLEDGE OF CANDIDATES             II.A.3.d 
                                                              

               U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

         - Does R Recall Names and Parties of House Candidates
             From Election in His/Her District  
               58: V95              64: V307             66: V88,89  
               68: V378,379         70: V202             72: V945*  
               74: V2214            78: V115             80: V823;I753 
               82: V98[C]           84: V737             86: V103 
               88: V565             90: V107             CWP:V107
               92: V5109            PS: V48              CF: V972,
                                                             1006-1008
                  
                   --(if yes) Candidate Named, by Candidate Number
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          70: V203             72: V946*  
                          74: V2215-2217       78: V116,119,122 
                          80: V824,827,830;    82: V100,104,108[C] 
                              I754             84: V738,742,746
                          86: V104,108,112     88: V566,570,574
                          90: V108,112,116;    CWP:V108,112,116  
                          92: V5110,5114,5118  PS: V49,53
                   --(if yes) Candidate Named, Summary by Party (FOLLOWUP)
                          84: V740,744,748     86: V106,110,114 
                          88: V568,572,576     90: V110,114,118
                          CWP:V110,114,118     92: V5112,5116,5120
                          PS: V51,55           CF: V976,1009
                   --(if yes) Whether R Named Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V99,103,107
                   --(if yes) Party of Candidate Named (FOLLOWUP)
                          70: V204             72: V947*  
                          74: V2218-2220       78: V117,120,123 
                          80: V825,828,831;    82: V101,105,109[C] 
                              I755             84: V739,743,747 
                          86: V105,109,113     88: V567,571,575
                          90: V109,113,117     CWP:V109,113,117
                          92: V5111,5115,5119  PS: V50,54
                   --(if yes) Accuracy of R's Recall of House Candidate
                       Names and Parties (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V96              78: V118,121,124
                          80: V826,829,832;    82: V102,106,110    
                             I756              84: V741,745,749 
                          86: V107,111,115     88: V569,573,577
                          90: V111,115,119     CWP:V111,115,119
                          92: V5113,5117,5121  PS: V52,56 
                          CF: V973-975
                   --(if yes) Did Both Parties Run Candidates (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V95,255          64: V308  
                          66: V91              68: V381  
                          70: V206             72: V948*  
                          74: V2221  

         - Recall Summary:  Did R Recall Own or 'Other' Party
             Candidate(s) for House
              PS: V880            CF: V1010

         - Recall Summary:  Did R Recall Democratic or Republican 
             Candidate for House (or Both/Neither)
              PS: V879            CF: V1009

         - Has R Heard of:  Democratic House Candidate
              PS: V91*,642*

         - Has R Heard of:  Republican House Candidate
              PS: V92*,643*

         - Has R Heard of:  Incumbent House Candidate
              PS: V688*

         - Has R Heard of:  Challenger House Candidate
              PS: V689

         - Has R Heard of:  'retiring' House Representative
              PS: V93*

         - Is House Candidate/ Either House Candidate an Incumbent
              58: V97             64: V312            66: V93
              68: V383            78: V180,181        80: V912,913
              82: V169-174[C]     84: V929-934        86: V213-218
              88: V708-713        90: V231-236;       CWP:V231-236
              92: V5435-5440      PS: V204-206*       CF: V977
                                      

                   --(if R knows)  ## Has House Incumbent Candidate Done
                        Anything Special for District (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V98
                   --(if R knows) Has House Incumbent Candidate Helped R.
                        What Has Candidate Done (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V99  
                   --(if R knows) Accurracy of R's Recall of
                        Incumbency (FOLLOWUP)
                          CF: V978

         - ## Has House Incumbent Done Anything Special for District.
           [1978, 1980, 1986, 1990, CF: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
            1982, 1984, 1988, CF: running only;  90SS: running
            incumbent and senators
              78: V237            80: V969            82: V206,243,
              84: V966            86: V292                 260
              88: V792            90: V316            CWP:V316
              92: V5713           PS: V434*           CF: V960,971
                    --(if yes) What Has Candidate Done (FOLLOWUP))
                          78: V238,239         80: V970-971

         - Whether House Incumbent Supported or Opposed Reagan's
            Economic Program Last Year [running incumbent only]
              82: V208,245,262[C] 

                   --(if supported) Whether Continues to Support; (if opposed)
                       Whether Continues to Oppose (FOLLOWUP)
                          82: V209,246,263[C] 

         - Whether R Remembers House Incumbent's Vote on Any
            Particular Bill [1978, 1986,1990: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;
            1982, 1988: running only]
              78: V241            82: V210,247,264    86: V295 
              88: V795            90: V314            CWP:V314

                   --(if yes) Content of Bill (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V244 

         - Does R Remember How House Representative Voted on the Use
            of Force in the Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2501           92: V3612

                   --(if R knows) Did Representative Vote For or Against
                          CWP:V2502            92: V3613


                   --(if R doesn't know) Would R Guess that Representative
                       Voted For or Against    92: V3614
                          CWP:V2503

         - Summary: R's Recall of House Representative's Vote on Force
            in the Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2504

         - Does US House Representative Hold Any Important Committee
            or Leadership Position in the House of Representatives.
            What.  [running incumbent only]
              PS: V450-452*

         - Did R Hear or Read Anything About Republican House
            Candidate
              58: V100           64: V310  

                   --(if yes) Does R Know if Republican House
                       Candidate is Protestant, Catholic or Jewish
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V111
                   --(if yes) Does R Think of Republican House
                       Candidate as Belonging to Any Special
                       Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V112,113

         - Did R Hear or Read Anything About Democratic House
            Candidate
              58: V101            64: V311  

                   --(if yes) Does R Know if Democratic House
                       Candidate is Protestant, Catholic or Jewish
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V135
                   --(if yes) Does R Think of Democratic House
                       Candidate as Belonging to Any Special
                       Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: 136,137  

         - Has Challenger to Running Incumbent House Candidate Ever
            Held an Elective Public Office
              PS: V469*

                   --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V470-472*
                             
         - Has House NonIncumbent Democratic Candidate Ever Held an
            Elective Public Office 
              PS: V473*

                   --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V466-468*

         - Has House NonIncumbent Republican Candidate Ever Held an
            Elective Public Office 
              PS: V477*

                   --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V478-480*

         - In R's District, What Issue Did the Candidates Talk About
            Most During the Campaign for the House
              PS: V211-213[&214]*

         - Did Incumbent Candidate Write any Bad Checks in the "Bad 
            Check" House Scandal? [Asked of Rs who said they had heard
            about the "bad-check scandal"]
              92: V5718

                    --(if yes) Did Incumbent Candidate Write a Lot of Bad
                       Checks, or Just a Few
                          92: V5719


                                                                       
                        PERCEIVED ISSUE POSITIONS             II.A.3.e 
                                                                       

               U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

               This section covers respondent's perceptions of what
               candidates' issue positions are.

         -  Whether House Candidates Differ on Handling of 'Most
            Important Problem' [problem cited by R as most important in country]
              78: V318            80: V986            82: V302[C] 



                   --(if yes) Which House Candidate Would Handle
                       Better (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V319             80: V987 
                          82: V303,304[C] 


                                                               
                 Challenger to Incumbent Candidate II.A.3.e(1) 
                                                               

                    U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2110          CF: V9112

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2102          CF: V9113

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              CF: V9114

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2106          CF: V9115

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2094          CF: V9116

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2090          PS: V709

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent House Candidate:
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2098


                                                    
                   Democratic Candidate II.A.3.e(2) 
                                                    

                    U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1083
           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
              82: V411[C]         86: V407[&417]      90: V441
              CWP:V441 


           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              78: V395            80: V1099           82: V439 
              CF: V9097

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: V377            80: V1067           82: V419 
              CF: V9098

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: V385 

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              82: V447[C]         84: V1031           86: V450
              90: V454            CWP:V454                [&460]
              CF: V9099

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: V361            80: V1115           82: V429[C]  
              84: V1051           CF: V9100

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
              84: V1042           86: V430[&440]

           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: V404            80: V1049           82: V401[C]
              86: V388[&398]      90: V409            CWP:V409
              PS: V561*,662*      CF: V9101           
                                                           
           Issue Positions of Democratic House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: V369 

                                          
                    Incumbent II.A.3.e(3) 
                                          

                    U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale 
              78: RV2109          CF: V9107

           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale 
              78: RV2101          CF: V9108



           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2105

           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              CF: V9109

           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2093          CF: V9110

          Issue Positions of House Incumbent: ['retiring' only]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: V403            80: V1052           PS: V563*

           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2089          PS: V708*           CF: V9111
                                                 
           Issue Positions of House Incumbent: [running only]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2097


                                                  
                 Republican Candidate II.A.3.e(4) 
                                                  

                    U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1084 

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
              82: V412[C]         86: V408[&418]      90: V442
              CWP:V442

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              78: V396            80: V1100           82: V440 
              CF: V9102

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: V378            80: V1068           82: V420 
              CF: V9013

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: V386 


           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              82: V448[C]         84: V1032           86: V451
              90: V455            CWP:V455                 [&461]
              CF: V9104

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: V362            80: V1116           82: V430[C]
              84: V1052           CF: V9105

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
              84: V1043           86: V431[&441]

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: V405            80: V1050           82: V402[C]
              86: V389[&399]      90: V410            CWP:V410
              PS: V562*,663*        CF: V9106

           Issue Positions of Republican House Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: V370 


                                                            
                3rd Party/Independent Candidate II.A.3.e(5) 
                                                            

                    U.S. HOUSE LEVEL

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1085

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
              82: V413[C]         86: V409[&419]


           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1101           82: V441 

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1069           82: V421 

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              82: V449[C]         84: V1033           86: V452
                                                          [&462]


           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1117           82: V431[C]         84: V1053 

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
              84: V1044           86: V432[&442]

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent House Candidate:
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1051           82: V403[C]


                                                         
                   PERCEPTIONS 1958             II.A.3.f 
                                                         

                                                        
                  1958 Democratic Candidate II.A.3.f(1) 
                                                        

         - Did R Hear or Read Anything About Democratic US House
            Candidate 1958
               58: V101 

                   --(if yes) Is Democratic US House Candidate 1958
                       the Right Type for a Congressman (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V126
                              ---(if yes) Why; (if no) Why
                                    58: V127,128
                   --(if yes) Does Democratic US House Candidate
                       1958 Understand Problems of People Like
                       Respondent (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V129
                              ---(if yes) What R Means; (if no) What R Means
                                    58: V130,131
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                   v126 and 129)
                                  Does 1958 Democratic US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Foreign Aid
                                    58: V138
                                        (if R knows) 
                                         Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                           58: V139
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                           58: V144
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                    v126 and 129)
                                  Does 1958 Democratic US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Government
                                  Role in Jobs, Schools, Housing etc.
                                    58: V140

                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                          58: V141
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                          58: V145
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v126 and 129) Does 1958 Democratic US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Helping
                                  Blacks with Jobs, Housing, Schools
                                  etc. 
                                    58: V142
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                          58: V143
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                          58: V146
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v126 and 129; asked only if R knew at
                                  least one of candidate's stands)
                                  Has 1958 Democratic US House
                                  Candidate Acted on Other Issues
                                    58: V147
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v126 and 129) Is There Any (Other)
                                  Reason(s) R Wanted to Vote For 1958
                                  US House Candidate
                                    58: V148
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v126 and 129) Is There Any (Other)
                                  Reason(s) R Wanted to Vote Against 1958
                                  US House Democratic Candidate
                                    58: V149
                   --(if yes) What Social Class Does R Think of 1958
                       Democratic US House Candidate as Belonging
                       to (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V132
                   --(if yes) What Groups Does R Associate 1958
                       Democratic US House Candidate With
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V133,134
                   --(if yes) Does R Know if 1958 Democratic
                       US House Candidate is Protestant, Catholic
                       or Jewish (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V135
                   --(if yes) Does R Think of 1958 Democratic
                       US House Candidate as Belonging to Any
                       Special Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V136,137


                                                             
                       1958 Republican Candidate II.A.3.f(2) 
                                                             

         - Did R Hear or Read Anything About Republican US House
            Candidate 1958
               58: V100 

                   --(if yes) Is Republican US House Candidate 1958
                       the Right Type for a Congressman (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V102
                              ---(if yes) Why; (if no) Why
                                    58: V103,104
                   --(if yes) Does Republican US House Candidate
                       1958 Understand Problems of People Like
                       Respondent (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V105
                              ---(if yes) What R Means; (if no) What R Means
                                    58: V106,107
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                    v102 and v105)
                                  Does 1958 Republican US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Foreign Aid
                                    58: V114
                                        (if R knows) 
                                         Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                           58: V115
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                           58: V120
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                   v102 and 105)
                                  Does 1958 Republican US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Government
                                  Role in Jobs, Schools, Housing etc.
                                    58: V116
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                          58: V117
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                          58: V121
                             ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                 v102 and 105)
                                  Does 1958 Republican US House
                                  Candidate Oppose/Support Helping
                                  Blacks with Jobs, Housing, Schools
                                  etc. 
                                    58: V118
                                        (if R knows) 
                                        Does R Like Candidate's Stand
                                          88: V119
                                        (If R knows) 
                                        Has Candidate Done Anything
                                        About Stand
                                          58: V122
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v102 and 105; asked only if R knew at
                                  least one of candidate's stands) Has
                                  1958 Republican US House Candidate
                                  Acted on Other Issues
                                    58: V123
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to both
                                  v102 and 105) Is There Any (Other)
                                  Reason(s) R Wanted to Vote For 1958
                                  Republican US House Candidate
                                    58: V124
                              ---(unless R answers "don't know" to
                                  both v102 and 105) Is There Any (Other)
                                  Reason(s) R Wanted to Vote Against 1958
                                  Republican US House Candidate
                                    58: V125
                   --(if yes) What Social Class Does R Think of 1958
                       Republican US House Candidate as Belonging
                       to (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V108
                   --(if yes) What Groups Does R Associate 1958
                       Republican US House Candidate With
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V109,110
                   --(if yes) Does R Know if 1958 Republican
                       US House Candidate is Protestant, Catholic
                       or Jewish (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V111
                   --(if yes) Does R Think of 1958 Republican
                       US Candidate as Belonging to Any
                       Special Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                          58: V112,113





                                                                         
                R-INITIATED CONTACT: REPRESENTATIVE             II.A.3.g 
                                                                         

         - Has R or Family Contacted House Representative [1978, 1980,
             1986, 1990: running OR 'retiring' incumbent;  1982, 1984,
             1988, SS, 1992: running only]
               78: V227             80: V959             82: V196,233,
               84: V956             86: V282                  250[C] 
               88: V780             90: V303            CWP:V303
               92: V5701            PS: V417*            CF: V950,961

                   --(if yes) Was it To:  Express an Opinion (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V228             80: V960 
                          82: V197,234,251[C]  84: V957 
                          86: V283             88: V781
                          90: V304             CWP:V304
                          92: V5702            PS: V418*,421-423*
                          CF: V951,962         
                   --(if yes) Was it To:  Seek Information (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V229             80: V961 
                          82: V198,235,252[C]  84: V958 
                          86: V284             88: V782
                          90: V305             CWP:V305
                          92: V5703            PS: V419*,421-423*
                          CF: V952,963
                   --(if yes) Was it To:  Seek Help (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V230             80: V962 
                          82: V199,236,253[C]  84: V959 
                          86: V285             88: V783
                          90: V306             CWP:V306
                          92: V5704            PS: V420*,421-423*
                          CF: V953,964
                   --(if yes) Whether R Received a Response (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V231             80: V963
                          82: V200,237,254[C]  84: V960
                          86: V286             88: V784
                          90: V307             CWP:V307
                          92: V5705            PS: V424*
                          CF: V954,965
                              ---(if yes) How Satisfied Was R With
                                   Response 
                                     78: V232
                                     80: V964 
                                     82: V201,238,255[C]
                                     84: V961 
                                     86: V287 
                                     88: V785
                                     90: V308
                                     CWP:V308
                                     92: V5706
                                     PS: V425*
                                     CF: V955,966

         - Does R Know Anyone Else Who Has Contacted House
            Representative [1978, 1980, 1986, 1990: running OR
            'retiring' incumbent;  1982, 1984, 1988, 1992:
            running only]
               78: V233             80: V965             82: V202,239,
               84: V962             86: V288                  256[C]
               88: V786             90: V309             CWP:V309
               92: V5707            PS: V426*            CF: V956,967

                    --(if yes) Did Person Receive Response (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V234             80: V966 
                          82: V203,240,257[C]  84: V963 
                          86: V289             88: V787
                          90: V310             CWP:V310
                          92: V5708            PS: V427*
                          CF: V957,968
                              ---(if yes) How Satisfied Was Person With
                                   Response 
                                    78: V235
                                    80: V967 
                                    82: V204,241,258[C]
                                    84: V964 
                                    86: V290 
                                    88: V788
                                    90: V311
                                    CWP:V311
                                    92: V5709
                                    PS: V428*
                                    CF: V958,969

        - R's Assessment of How Helpful House Representative Would Be
            If R Had a Problem/ Another Problem [1978, 1980, 1986, 1990:
            running OR 'retiring' incumbent;  1982, 1984, 1988: running only]
               78: V236             80: V968             82: V205,242,
               84: V965             86: V291                  259[C] 
               88: V791             90: V312             CWP:V312
               92: V5712            PS: V433*            CF: V959,970


                                                            
              ROLES OF REPRESENTATIVES             II.A.3.h 
                                                            

       - How Would R Rank the Importance of the Following Activities
           as Part of the Job of U.S. House Representatives: [list shown to R]
           (ranked as most important [V248], second most important
           [V249],...least important [V252], All or None [V253])
        . Helping People in the District who Have Personal Problems
           with the Government
        . Making Sure the District Gets its Fair Share of Government
           Money and Projects
        . Keeping Track of the Way Government Agencies are Carrying
           Out Laws Passed out by Congress
        . Keeping in Touch with the People About What the Government
           is Doing
        . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
        . All/None Important
               78: V248-253        

       - How Important are These Activities for the U.S. House
           Representative [from 'extremely important' to 'not at all important']
        . Helping People in the District who Have Personal Problems
           with the Government
               PS: V484
        . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
               PS: V485
        . Making Sure the District Gets its Fair Share of Government
           Money and Projects
               PS: V486

       - How Would R Rank the Following Activities of the U.S House
           Representative:
        . Helping People in the District who Have Personal Problems
           with the Government
        . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
        . Making Sure the District Gets its Fair Share of Government
           Money and Projects
               PS: V490-492*

       - Does US House Representative Hold Any Important Committee
           or Leadership Position in the House of Representatives.
            What.  [running incumbent only]
               PS: V453-456*




                                                                     
  Federal Level:  U.S. Senate                                II.A.4  
                                                                     

         - Identification Variables for Seat #1, Seat #2, Senator with 
          term not up.
               PS: V18-20

         - Identification Variables for Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
               PS: V872-877

         - Identification Variables for Senate Candidates
               PS: V16,17



                                                                    
             CONTACT WITH: CANDIDATES/SENATORS             II.A.4.a 
                                                                    


          For contact from candidate representative to solicit campaign support,
            see Chapter V, Section A.3., Solicitations.

         - Has R Had Contact with:  (PS skips lead-in)
            . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
               78: V266,RV2080
            . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2053
            . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/ No Running Incumbent
               78: V286
            . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
               78: V257,RV2071
            . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
               78: RV2062
            . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running Incumbent
               78: V295
            . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
               78: V277

                   --(if yes) Met Him/Her: [marked/not marked, exc.
                       1988 PS: yes/no (no lead-in)]
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V267,RV2081      PS: V233,792
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2054           PS: V738
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V287             PS: V241
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V258,RV2072      PS: V225,784
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2063           PS: V746
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V296             PS: V249
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V278
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS:V257
                       . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V265,273
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V830,838
                   --(if yes) [marked/not marked, exc. 1988 PS:
                         yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V268,RV2082      PS: V234,793
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2055           PS: V739
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V288             PS: V242
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V259,RV2073      PS: V226,785
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2064           PS: V747
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V297             PS: V250
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V279
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V258
                       . Senator#1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V266,274
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V831,839
                    --(if yes) Talked to Staff Member of:
                          [marked/not marked, exc. 1988
                          SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V269,RV2083      PS: V235,794
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2056           PS: V740
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V289             PS: V243
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V260,RV2074      PS: V227,786
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2065           PS: V748
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V298             PS: V251
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V280   
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V259
                       . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V267,275
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V832,840
                   --(if yes) Received Mail from: [marked/not marked,
                          exc. 1988 SS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V270,RV2084      PS: V236,795
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2057           PS: V741
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V290             PS: V244
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V261,RV2075      PS: V228,787
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2066           PS: V749
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V299             PS: V252
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V281   
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V260
                       . Senator #1, Senattor #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V268,276
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V833,841
                   --(if yes) Read About Him/Her in Newspaper or
                       Magazine: [marked/not marked, exc. 1988 SS:
                         yes/no (no lead-in)]
                         (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V271,RV2085      PS: V237,796
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2058           PS: V742
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V291             PS: V245
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V262,RV2076      PS: V229,788
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2067           PS: V750
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V300             PS: V253
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V282
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V261
                       . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V269,277
                       Read About Him/Her in Newspaper or Magazine[cont]
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V834,842
                   --(if yes) Heard Him/Her on Radio: [marked/not marked,
                          exc. 1988 PS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V272,RV2086      PS: V238,797 
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2059           PS: V743
                        . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V292             PS: V246
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V263,RV2077      PS: V230,789
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2068           PS: V751
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V301             PS: V254
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V283   
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V262
                       . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V270,278
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V835,843
              
                    --(if yes) Seen Him/Her on TV: [marked/not marked,
                          exc. 1988 PS: yes/no (no lead-in)] (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                          78: V273,RV2087      PS: V239,798
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2060           PS: V744
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V293             PS: V247
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                          78: V264,RV2078      PS: V231,790
                       . Republican Senate Candidate  [incumbent or not]
                          78: RV2069           PS: V752
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                          78: V302             PS: V255
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                          78: V284   
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
                          PS: V263
                       . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
                          PS: V271,279
                       . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
                          PS: V836,844

                   --(if no) None of Itemized Contacts With: [marked/not marked]
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent 
                         78: V274,RV2088
                       . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                         78: RV2061             
                       . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                         78: V294
                       . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
                         78: V265,RV2079
                       . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
                         78: RV2070
                       . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
                           Incumbent
                         78: V303
                       . Senator - 'retiring'  [race in state]
                         78: V285

         - Does R Know of Anyone Else (Family, Friends, etc.) Who Has
            Had Contact With:
            . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent
               PS: V240,799
            . Democratic Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
               PS: V745
            . Democratic Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
              Incumbent
               PS: V248
            . Incumbent Senate Candidate [running]
               PS: V232,791
            . Republican Senate Candidate [incumbent or not]
               PS: V753
            . Republican Cand. - Senate Race w/No Running
               Incumbent
               PS: V256
            . Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
               PS: V264
            . Senator #1, Senator #2 [no race in state]
               PS: V272,280
            . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
               PS: V837,845
                                         



                                                                       
           EVALUATION/PERFORMANCE, LIKES/DISLIKES             II.A.4.b 
                                                                       

               U.S. SENATE LEVEL

               For US Senate feeling thermometers, see Chapter II, Section A.4.b;
               SEE ALSO II.C.3.


         - Does R Approve/Disapprove of Way Senator Has Handled Job:
            . Running Incumbent
               PS: V349,352
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
               PS: V369,372
            . Senators [state with no race]
               CWP:V2321,2324,2325,     PS: V389,409,377,
                    2328                     412
                   --(if approve) Strength; (if disapprove) Strength (FOLLOWUP)
                       . Running Incumbent  
                          PS: V350,351
                       . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
                          PS: V370,371
                       . Senators [state with no race]
                          CWP:V2322,2323,     PS: V390,391,410,
                               2326,2327           411

         - R's Assessment of How Helpful Senator Would Be With
            Problem:
            . Running Incumbent
               PS: V353
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
               PS: V373
            . Senators [state with no race]
               PS: V393,413

         - R's Rating of Senator's Job of Keeping in Touch With
            State:
            . Running Incumbent 
               PS: V356
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
               PS: V376
            . Senators [state with no race]
               PS: V396,416

         - Was There Anything R Liked About Democratic Candidate for
            Senator. What.
               74: V2177-2180           PS: V117-122
                                             756-761

         - Was There Anything R Disliked About Democratic Candidate
            for Senator. What.
               74: V2181-2184           PS: V123-128,
                                           762-767

         - Was There Anything R Liked About Republican Candidate for
            Senator. What.
               74: V2185-2188           PS: V129-134,
                                             768-773

         - Was There Anything R Disliked About Republican Candidate
            for Senator. What.
               74: V2189-2192           PS: V135-140,
                                             774-779

         - Is There Anything R Liked About Senate Incumbent Candidate
            What.
               PS: V802-807

         - Is There Anything R Disliked About Senate Incumbent
            Candidate What.
               PS: V808-813

         - Is There Anything R Liked About Senate Challenger Candidate
            What.
               PS: V814-819

         - Is There Anything R Disliked About Senate Challenger 
            Candidate What.
               PS: V820-825

         - Is There Anything R Likes About Senator With Term Not Up.
            What. [race in state]
               PS: V141-146

         - Is There Anything R Dislikes About Senator With Term Not
            Up. What.  [race in state]
               PS: V147-152

         - Is There Anything R Likes About Senators. What. [no race in state]
               PS: V153-158,
                    165-170

         - Is There Anything R Likes About Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
               PS:  V848-853, 860-865 
                    
         - Is There Anything R Dislikes About Senators. What. [no race in
                                state]
               PS: V159-164,
                    171-176

         - Is There Anything R Dislikes About Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
               PS: V854-859,
                    866-871

         - US Senate Candidates, Feeling Thermometers:
          . Challenger to Running Senate Incumbent Candidate
               78: V2004           PS: V783            CF: V9059
          . Democratic Senate Candidate  [incumbent or not]
               78: V2001           80: V848            82: V126
               86: V131[&158]      88: V596[&640]      90: V140[&174]
               CWP:V140[&174]      PS: V104,736        CF: V9056
               92: V5304,5306                     
                   [&6304,6306]
          . Independent/ Third Party Senate Candidate
               78: V154            80: V850            82: V128




         US Senate Candidates, Feeling Thermometers:[cont.]
          . Republican Senate Candidate  [incumbent or not]
               78: V2002           80: V849            82: V127   
               86: V132[&159]      88: V597[&641]      90: V141[&175] 
               CWP:V141[&175]      PS: V105,737        CF: V9057  
               92: V5305,5307                     
                   [&6305,6307]
          . Running Incumbent Candidate
               78: V2003           PS: V782            CF: V9058
          . Senate Incumbent Not Running for Re-election  ['retiring']
               80: V851            PS: V103
          . Senator #1, Senator #2  [term not up or no race in state]
               78: V145,148,149    80: V852-854        82: V129-131
               86: V133-135        88: V598-600[&642-  90: V142-144
                   [&160-162]          644]                [&176-178]
               CWP:V142-144[&176-  92: V5308-5310      PS: V106-108
                   178];2217,2218      [&6308-6310]         
                   [&2262,2263]    CF: V9060-9062
          . Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
               PS: V828,829

                                                                    
           INCUMBENT'S VOTING: R'S PERCEPTIONS             II.A.4.c 
                                                                    


         - Whether R Has Generally Agreed with Senator's 
            Congressional Voting:
            . Running Incumbent
               PS: V355
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
               PS: V375
            . Senators [state with no race]
               PS: V395,415

         - Does R Remember How U.S. Senators Voted on the Use of Force
            in the Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2505,2509

                   --(if R knows) Did Representative Vote For or Against
                          CWP:V2506,2510
                   --(if R doesn't know) Would R Guess that Representative
                       Voted For or Against
                          CWP:V2507,2511

         - Summary: R's Recall of U.S. Senator's Vote on Force in the
            Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2508,2512




                                                                    
              KNOWLEDGE OF CANDIDATES/SENATORS             II.A.4.d 
                                                                    


               U.S. SENATE LEVEL

         - Does R Recall Names of Senate Candidates  
              74: V2174            78: V126             80: V834;I758 
              82: V112             86: V117             88: V579
              90: V121             CWP:V121             92: V5202,5215
              PS: V57              CF: V9063
                  --(if yes) Candidate Named, by Candidate Number
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                          74: V2175,2176       78: V127,130,133 
                          80: V835,838,841;    82: V113,116,119
                              I759             86: V118,122,126 
                          88: V580,584,588     90: V122,126,130
                          CWP:V122,126,130     92: V5203,5207,5211,
                          PS: V58,62               5216,5220,5224,5228
                  --(if yes) Candidate Named, Summary by Party (FOLLOWUP)
                          86: V120,124,128     88: V582,586,590
                          90: V124,128,132     CWP:V124,128,132    
                          92: V5205,5209,5213, PS: V60,64
                              5217,5221,5225,
                              5229

                  --(if yes) Party of Candidate Named (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V128,131,134     80: V836,839,842;I760 
                          82: V114,117,120     86: V119,123,127 
                          88: V581,585,589     90: V123,127,131
                          CWP:V123,127,131     92: V5204,5208,5212,
                          PS: V59,63               5218,5222,5226,5230
                          CF: V9064-9067
                  --(if yes) Accuracy of R's Recall of Names and Parties
                      of Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V129,132,135     80: V837,840,843;I761 
                          82: V115,118,121     86: V121,125,129 
                          88: V583,587,591     90: V125,129,133
                          CWP:V125,129,133     92: V5206,5210,5214,
                          PS: V61,67               5219,5223,5227,5231
                          

         - Summary:  Did R Recall Democratic or Republican Senate
             Candidate Name or Both/Neither
               PS: V886

         - Summary: Does R Recall Own Party's Senate Candidate Name or
             Other Party's Candidate or Both/Neither
               PS: V887

         - Does R Recall Name of Senator With Term Not Up [race in state]
               PS: V66

                  --(if yes) Senator TNU Name (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V67
                  --(if yes) Party of Senator TNU (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V68
                  --(if yes) Senator TNU Name, Summary Code (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V69
                  --(if yes) Accuracy of R's Recall of Name and Party
                      of Senator TNU (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V70

         - Does R Recall Names of Senators [no race in state]
               PS: V71

                  --(if yes) Senators' Names (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V72,76
                  --(if yes) Party of Senators (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V73,77
                  --(if yes) Senators' Names, Summary Code (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: V74,78
                  --(if yes) Accuracy of R's Recall of Name and Party
                      of Senators (FOLLOWUP)
                          PS: 75,79

         - Was Either Senate Candidate an Incumbent 
              78: V255,275         PS: V201*,203*

                   --(if yes) Which Candidate (FOLLOWUP)
                          78: V256,276         PS: V202*

         - Has R Heard of:  Democratic Senate Candidate
              PS: V86,734

         - Has R Heard of:  Republican Senate Candidate
              PS: V87,735

         - Has R Heard of:  Senate Incumbent Candidate
              PS: V780

         - Has R Heard of:  Senate Challenger Candidate
              PS: V781

         - Has R Heard of:  Senator(s) [term not up (states w/race)
                     or no race in state]
              PS: V88-90

         - Has R Heard of: Seat #1, Seat #2 Senator
              PS: V826,827

         - Has R Heard of 'Retiring' Senator in State w/ Race
              PS: V85*

         - Has Senator Done Anything Special for State:
            . Running Incumbent
              PS: V354
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
              PS: V374
            . Senators [state with no race]
              PS: V394,414

         - Does R Remember How U.S. Senators Voted on the Use of Force
            in the Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2505,2509

                   --(if R knows) Did Senator Vote For or Against
                          CWP:V2506,2510
                   --(if R doesn't know) Would R Guess that Senator
                       Voted For or Against
                          CWP:V2507,2511

         - Summary: R's Recall of U.S. Senator's Vote on Force in the
            Persian Gulf
              CWP:V2508,2512

         - Does R Remember How U.S. Senators Voted on the Clarence
            Thomas Nomination
              PS: V527*,531*
                   --(if R knows) Did Senator Vote For or Against
                          PS: V518*,522*
                   --(if R doesn't know) Would R Guess that Senator
                       Voted For or Against
                          PS: V520*,524*

         - Does Senator Hold Any Important Committee or Leadership
            Position in the US Senate.  What:
            . Running Incumbent
              PS: V437-440*
            . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
              PS: V441-444*
            . Senators [state with no race]
              PS: V445-452*

         - In R's State, What Issues Did the Candidates Talk About
            Most During the Campaign for the Senate
              PS: V207-209[&210*]

         - Has Challenger to Running Incumbent Senate Candidate Ever
            Held an Elective Public Office
              PS: V457*
                  --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V458-460*

         - Has Senate Democratic Candidate in State w/o Running
            Incumbent Ever Held an Elective Public Office
              PS: V461*
                  --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V462-464*

         - Has Senate Republican Candidate in State w/o Running
            Incumbent Ever Held an Elective Public Office
              PS: V465*
                  --(if yes) What Office Was That (3 mentions)
                          PS: V466-468*


                                                               
                PERCEIVED ISSUE POSITIONS             II.A.4.e 
                                                               

               This section covers respondent's perceptions of what candidates'
               issue positions are.


                                                                  
                    Challenger to Incumbent Candidate II.A.4.e(1) 
                                                                  

                         U.S. SENATE LEVEL


           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2112

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2104

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2018

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2096

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2092          PS: V801

           Issue Positions of Challenger to Incumbent Senate Candidate:
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2100


                                                        
                       Democratic Candidate II.A.4.e(2) 
                                                        

               U.S. SENATE LEVEL


           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1086 


           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
              86: V410[&420]

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2303            78: V397             80: V1102 

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: V379             80: V1070 

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: V387 

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              86: V453[&463]

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2271            78: V363             80: V1118 

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
              86: V433[&443]

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2311            78: V407             80: V1042
              82: V395             86: V390[&400]       90: V411
              CWP:V411             PS: V556,754
                  

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2286            78: V371 

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - School Busing, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2294  

           Issue Positions of Democratic Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2279  

                                            
                      Incumbent II.A.4.e(3) 
                                            

                    U.S. SENATE LEVEL


           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2111

           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2103

           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2107

           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2095

         Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:
           ['retiring' OR term not up OR no race in state]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: V406,409         80: V1045-1048       82: V398-400
              86: V392[&402]       PS: V555*,558-560
                                       846,847

           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2091           PS: V800

           Issue Positions of Senate Incumbent:  [running only]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              78: RV2099



                                                        
                       Republican Candidate II.A.4.e(4) 
                                                        

                    U.S. SENATE LEVEL


           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1087 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Defense Spending, 7-Point Scale
              86: V411[&421)

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2304            78: V398             80: V1103 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              78: V380             80: V1071 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Health Insurance, 7-Point Scale
              78: V388 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Government Services/Spending Cut Tradeoff, 7-Point Scale
              86: V454[&464]

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2272            78: V364             80: V1119 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Involvement in Central America, 7-Point Scale
              86: V434[&444]

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2312            78: V408             80: V1043
              82: V396             86: V391[&401)       90: V412
              CWP:V412             PS: V557,775
                  

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Rights of the Accused, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2287            78: V372 

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - School Busing, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2295  

           Issue Positions of Republican Senate Candidate:  [incumbent or not]
         - Urban Unrest, 7-Point Scale
              74: V2280  


                                                          
              3rd Party/Independent Candidate II.A.4.e(5) 
                                                          

                    U.S. SENATE LEVEL


           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent Senate Candidate:
         - Cooperation With Russia, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1088

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent Senate Candidate:
         - Equal Role for Women, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1104

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent Senate Candidate:
         - Government Aid to Blacks, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1072

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent Senate Candidate:
         - Guaranteed Job/Standard of Living, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1120

           Issue Positions of 3rd Party/Independent Senate Candidate:
         - Liberal/Conservative, 7-Point Scale
              80: V1044            82: V397



                                                                    
               R-INITIATED CONTACT: SENATOR(S)             II.A.4.f 
                                                                    

         - Has R or Family Contacted Senator(s):
            . Running Incumbent Senator
              PS: V337
            . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
              PS: V357
            . Senators [in state with no race]
              PS: V377,397
                   --(if yes) Was it To:  Express An Opinion (FOLLOWUP)
                      . Running Incumbent Senator
                         PS: V338*,341-343*
                      . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
                         PS: V358*,361-363*
                      . Senators [in state with no race]
                         PS: V378*,381-383*
                              398*,401-403*
                --(if yes) Was it To:  Seek Information (FOLLOWUP)
                      . Running Incumbent Senator
                         PS: V339*,341-343*
                      . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
                         PS: V359*,361-363*
                      . Senators [in state with no race]
                         PS: V379*,381-383*,
                              399*,401-403*
                   --(if yes) Was it To:  Seek Help (FOLLOWUP)
                      . Running Incumbent Senator
                         PS: V340*,341-343*
                      . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
                         PS: V360*,361-363*
                      . Senators [in state with no race]
                         PS: V380*,381-383*
                              400*,401-403*

                   --(if yes) Whether R Received A Response (FOLLOWUP)
                      . Running Incumbent Senator
                         PS: V344
                      . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
                         PS: V364
                      . Senators [in state with no race]
                         PS: V384,404
                              ---(if yes) How Satisfied Was R With
                                   Response 
                                  . Running Incumbent Senator
                                     PS: V345
                                  . Senator With Term Not Up
                                     [in state with race]
                                     PS: V365
                                  . Senators [in state with no race]
                                     PS: V385,405

         - Does R Know Anyone Else Who Has Contacted Senator(s):
            . Running Incumbent Senator
              PS: V346
            . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
              PS: V366
            . Senators [in state with no race]
              PS: V386,406

                   --(if yes) Did Person Receive Response From:
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                      . Running Incumbent Senator
                         PS: V347
                      . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
                         PS: V367
                      . Senators [in state with no race]
                         PS: V387,407

                             ---(if yes) How Satisfied Was Person With
                                  Response From:
                                 . Running Incumbent Senator
                                    PS: V348
                                 . Senator With Term Not Up
                                   [in state with race]
                                    PS: V368
                                 . Senators [in state with no race]
                                    PS: V388,408

         - R's Assessment of How Helpful Senator Would Be If R Had a
             Problem/ Another Problem:
          . Running Incumbent Senator
              PS: V353
          . Senator With Term Not Up [in state with race]
              PS: V373
          . Senators [in state with no race]
              PS: V393,413




                                                              
                       ROLES OF SENATORS             II.A.4.g 
                                                              

        - How Would R Rank the Importance of the Following Activities
            as Part of the Job of U.S. Senator: [list shown to R]
            (ranked as most important [V304], second most important
            [V305],...least important [V308], All or None [V309])
         . Helping People in the State who Have Personal Problems
            with the Government
          . Making Sure the State Gets its Fair Share of Government
             Money and Projects 
          . Keeping Track of the Way Government Agencies are Carrying
             Out Laws Passed by Congress
          . Keeping in Touch with the People About What the Government
             is Doing
          . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
          . All/None Important
              78: V304-309

         - How Important are These Activities for the U.S. 
             Senator [from 'extremely important' to 'not at all important']
          . Helping People in the State who Have Personal Problems
             with the Government
              PS: V481*
          . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
              PS: V482*
          . Making Sure the State Gets its Fair Share of Government
             Money and Projects
              PS: V483*

         - How Would R Rank the Following Activities of the U.S
             Senator:
          . Helping People in the State who Have Personal Problems
             with the Government
          . Working in Congress on Bills Concerning National Issues
          . Making Sure the State Gets its Fair Share of Government
             Money and Projects
              PS: V487-489*

         - Does Senator Hold Any Important Committee or Leadership
            Position in the US Senate.  What:
          . Running Incumbent
              PS: V437-440*
          . Senator With Term Not Up [state with race]
              PS: V441-444*
          . Senators [state with no race]
              PS: V445-452*



                
                                                                      
  State Level                                                 II.A.5  
                                                                      

         - Identification vars for Gubernatorial Candidates
              PS: V24*,25*

         - Identification var for Retiring Governor
              PS: V26*

         - Has R Heard of: Democratic Governor [no race in state,
             running incumbent] or Democratic Candidate [no running incumbent]
              PS: V95*

         - Has R Heard of: Republican Governor [no race in state,
              running incumbent] or Republican Candidate [no running incumbent]
              PS: V96*

         - Has R Heard of:  'Retiring' Governor [state w/ race]
              PS: V94*

         - Has R Heard of:  Lowell Weicker
              PS: V97*

         - Liberal/Conservative:  Position of Democratic Governor [no race
           in state, running incumbent]  or Democratic Candidate, 7-Point Scale
              PS: V560

         - Liberal/Conservative:  Position of Republican Governor [no race
           in state, running incumbent]  or Republican Candidate, 7-Point Scale
              PS: V566*

         - Liberal/Conservative:  Position of 'Retiring' Governor [state
           w/ race], 7-Point Scale
              PS: V564*

         - Liberal/Conservative:  Position of Lowell Weicker, 7-Point
             Scale
              PS: V568*