July 2013 Omnibus Week 2 Princeton Survey Research Associates International for National Journal Final Topline Results

July 15, 2013 Total: 1,002 adults age 18 and older Margin of error: Plus or minus 3.6 percentage points

Interviewing dates: July 11-14, 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%.

Princeton Survey Research Associates International July 2013 Omnibus Week 2

CC1

As you may know, the Egyptian leader backed by the group known as the Muslim Brotherhood was recently removed from power by Egypt’s military. Now that a new government is in power, do you think the U.S. should continue to provide Egypt with the same level of foreign aid, reduce it, or eliminate it altogether? July 11-14, 2013 20 31 29 * 19

Provide the same level of aid Reduce aid Eliminate aid altogether Increase aid (VOL.) Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)

CC2

Do you consider the new government installed by the Egyptian military a friend to the United States, an enemy, or something in between? July 11-14, 2013 6 5 67 21

Friend Enemy Something in between Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)

CC3

Which of the following two statements better describes your opinion of how the U.S. should respond to the civil unrest in Egypt? [READ AND RANDOMIZE] July 11-14, 2013 16 78 6

The U.S. should do more to try to shape the government in Egypt and promote an end to violence The U.S. should mostly stay out of events in Egypt and allow the people there to resolve their differences Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)

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READ TO ALL: Changing topics…. CC4 The President is deciding whether to build the Keystone X-L Pipeline to carry oil from Canada to the United States. Supporters of the pipeline say it will ease America’s dependence on Mideast oil and create jobs. Opponents fear the environmental impact of building a pipeline. What about you – do you support or oppose building the Keystone X-L pipeline? July 11-14, 2013 67 24 9 Jan 26-29 20121 64 22 14

Support Oppose Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) CC5

As you may know, President Obama recently proposed regulations that would reduce emissions from power plants. Supporters say these regulations are necessary to reduce the risk of global climate change. Opponents say these regulations aren’t worthwhile and could increase electricity prices. Do you believe Congress should vote to stop these new regulations, or not? July 11-14, 2013 46 42 12

Yes, should vote to stop these new regulations No, should not vote to stop these new regulations Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)

CC6

As you may know, the U.S. Senate recently voted to pass legislation reforming the immigration system. The bill would double the number of border patrol agents, double the amount of fencing along the Mexican border, and allow immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally to become citizens after 13 years if they pay a fine and learn English. The House of Representatives is now considering what to do with this bill. Which describes what you would like the House to do: [READ ITEMS 1-4; REVERSE ITEMS 2 AND 3 ONLY FOR HALF SAMPLE] July 11-14, 2013 29 30 13 20 9

Pass the Senate bill as is Make the provisions for border security tougher and then pass the bill Eliminate the provisions providing citizenship for illegal immigrants and then pass the bill Not pass any immigration legislation Don’t Know/Refused (VOL.)

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Modified lead in, originally: “One thing the President did not mention in his speech was his position on the Keystone X-L pipeline to carry oil from Canada to the United States.”

Princeton Survey Research Associates International July 2013 Omnibus Week 2

DEMOGRAPHICS I have one last set of questions to help us better understand the people who took part in our survey. SEX Respondent’s Sex 49 51 Male Female

EMPLOY Are you now employed full-time, part-time, or not employed? 45 13 41 * PAR Employed full-time Employed part-time Not employed (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/ Refused

Are you the parent or guardian of any children under 18 years of age? 30 69 * Yes No (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/Refused

AGE

What is your age? 22 31 28 17 2 18 to 29 30 to 49 50 to 64 65 and older (DO NOT READ) Refused

EDUC What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received? 3 6 33 18 13 16 1 11 * Less than high school (Grade 1-8 or no formal schooling) High school incomplete (Grades 9-11 or Grade 12 with NO diploma) High school graduate (Grade 12 with diploma or GED certificate) Some college, no degree (includes community college) Two year associate degree from a college/university Four year college or university degree/Bachelor’s degree Some postgraduate or professional schooling, no postgraduate degree Postgraduate or professional degree, including master’s, doctorate, medical or law degree (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/Refused

Princeton Survey Research Associates International July 2013 Omnibus Week 2

HISP

Are you of Hispanic or Latino background, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban or other Spanish background? 13 87 1 Yes No (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/Refused

RACE What is your race? Are you white, black, Asian, or some other race? [IF R SAYS HISPANIC OR LATINO, PROBE: Do you consider yourself a WHITE (Hispanic/Latino) or a BLACK (Hispanic/Latino)? 67 32 12 13 4 3 White non-Hispanic Total non-White Black non-Hispanic Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander Other non-Hispanic (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/Refused

1 INC INC1 INC2 INC3

Last year, that is in 2012, approximately what was your total family income before taxes – just tell me when I get to the right category. (IF “DON’T KNOW” OR “REFUSED”) Keeping in mind that this is a completely confidential survey, can you please tell me if your total household income BEFORE taxes last year was over or under $75,000? (IF UNDER $75,000) Was it over or under $50,000? (IF UNDER $50,000) Was it over or under $30,000? 26 14 20 34 6 $75,000 or more $50,000 to under $75,000 $30,000 to under $50,000 Under $30,000 Undesignated

REG

Which of these statements best describes you? 73 5 21 1 Are you ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that you are registered to vote at your current address Are you PROBABLY registered, but there is a chance your registration has lapsed [OR] Are you NOT registered to vote at your current address? (DO NOT READ) Don’t know/Refused

Princeton Survey Research Associates International July 2013 Omnibus Week 2

PARTY In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or Independent? 24 29 40 4 * 3 Republican Democrat Independent No preference (VOL.) Other party (VOL.) Don't know/Refused (VOL.)

That completes the interview. Thank you very much for your time and cooperation. Have a nice day/evening.

Princeton Survey Research Associates International July 2013 Omnibus Week 2

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