|Title:||Los Angeles Times Poll: National and California General Election Exit Poll [USLAT2004-513]|
|Survey Firm:||Los Angeles Times|
|Study Date:||November 2, 2004|
|Sample:||National and California Exiting Voters|
|Survey Notes:||The California sample is 3,357 for 50 polling places across the state.|
For whom did respondent just vote in presidential election (2); vote was mainly for candidate/against his opponent (2); for whom did respondent just vote in election for U.S. senator (2); Proposition 68 (2); Proposition 70 (2); Proposition 71 (2); Proposition 72 (2); what did respondent like most about choice for president (8); when decided who to vote for (2); most important issues in deciding vote for president (8); direction of country (2); George W. Bush job performance (2); George W. Bush's policies (4); trust in George W. Bush to make the right decisions as president (2); situation in Iraq (2); 1996 and 2000 presidential elections (2); respondent/someone in immediate family is/is not now serving in U.S. military or is/is not a veteran (2); do/do not own a firearm (2); ever voted before (1); respondent is/is not gay (1).
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