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Topline Results Dec. 9, 2013

Topline Results Dec. 9, 2013

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Topline Results Dec. 9, 2013
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December 2013 Omnibus Week 1 Princeton Survey Research Associates International for National Journal
Final Topline Results December 9, 2013 Total: 1,002 adults age 18 and older Margin of error: Plus or minus 3.7 percentage points Interviewing dates: December 5-8, 2013 LANDLINE INTRO:
Hello, my name is ________ and I'm calling for Princeton Survey Research. We’re conducting a
study about some important issues today, and would like to include your household. RANDOMIZE RESPONDENT SELECTION -
DO NOT RANDOMIZE BY FORM: “
May I please speak
with the YOUNGEST ADULT MALE, age 18 or older, who is now at home?” 
 
 AND “May I please speak with the YOUNGEST ADULT FEMALE, age 18 or older, who is now at home?”
IF NO MALE/FEMALE ASK: May I please speak with the YOUNGEST ADULT FEMALE/MALE, age 18 or older, who is now at home? CELL PHONE INTRO: Hello, I am ___ calling for Princeton Survey Research. We are conducting a national study of cell phone users. I know I am calling you on a cell phone. This is not a sales call. (IF R SAYS DRIVING/UNABLE TO TAKE CALL: Thank you. We will try you another time...) CELL PHONE SCREENING INTERVIEW: S1. Are you under 18 years old, OR are you 18 or older? 1 Under 18 2 18 or older 9
Don’t know/Refused
 IF S1=2, CONTINUE WITH MAIN INTERVIEW
IF S1=1,9, THANK AND TERMINATE: This study is limited to adults age 18 and over. I won’t
take any more of your time... READ TO ALL CELL PHONE -
INTRODUCTION TO MAIN INTERVIEW: We’re interested in
learning more about people with cell phones. If you are now driving a car or doing any activity requiring your full attention, I need to call you back later. The first question is... Notes: Due to rounding, percentages may not add to 100. An asterisk (*) indicates values less than 0.5%.
 
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 CC1. As you may know, members of Congress have been discussing whether or not to stop a second round of automatic spending cuts, known as the sequester, from going into
effect. These cuts affect the federal government’s day
-to-day operations in both domestic and defense programs. Would you prefer that Congress [READ]
 
Dec 5-8 2013 Continue all of the sequester budget cuts 18 Undo all of the sequester budget cuts 29 Undo only the military cuts 13 Undo only cuts to non-military domestic programs 19
Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)
 21 CC2 Undoing sequester cuts could mean other government spending will have to be reduced. Would you still support undoing the sequester budget cuts [IF CC1=3,4: you chose] if it meant [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE]? What if it meant [NEXT ITEM]? [READ IF NECESSARY: Would you still support undoing any of these sequester budget cuts?]
Items A, B, C based on those who want to undo any cuts Item D based on those who support undoing non-military cuts Item E based on those who support undoing military cuts
December 5-8, 2013
 
 Yes, would still support undoing them No, would no longer support undoing them (VOL.)
Don’t
Know/ Refused
N
a. Cutting spending on entitlement programs like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid 29 67 4 (618) b. Raising taxes on upper income families by eliminating deductions or credits 73 25 2 (618) c. Increasing the federal deficit 46 50 5 (618) d. Cutting more from DEFENSE spending while restoring money to DOMESTIC spending 63 34 4 (198) e. Cutting more from DOMESTIC spending while restoring money to DEFENSE spending 72 24 5 (141)
 
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 CC3 The Senate recently passed legislation to bar employers from treating workers differently because of their sexual orientation. Supporters say this is necessary to ensure that all workers are treated equally whether they are heterosexual or homosexual. Opponents say it will lead to unnecessary lawsuits and impinge on religious freedom. Do you think Congress should [READ] Dec 5-8 2013 Pass this legislation 66 Block this legislation 28
Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)
 5 CC4 Do you think this legislation should also include protections for transgender people
 –
 in other words, men who identify as women and women who identify as men?
Based on those who think congress should pass it (n=646)
Dec 5-8 2013  Yes 84 No 14
Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)
 2 COMBINED CC3/CC4: Summary of CC3 and CC4 based on Total Dec 5-8 2013 Pass this legislation 66 Include transgendered people 56 Do not include transgendered people 9
Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)
 1 Block this legislation 28
Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)
 5

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