|Title:||VNS 2000 Election: National Election Day Exit Poll [USVNS2000-NATELEC]|
|Survey Sponsor:||ABC News/Associated Press/CBS News/CNN/Fox News/NBC News|
|Survey Firm:||Voter News Service (VNS is an association of ABC News, CNN, CBS News, FOX News, NBC News and the Associated Press.)|
|Study Date:||November 7, 2000|
|Survey Notes:||Oregon residents were interviewed by telephone October 29-November 4, 2000.|
Respondent's vote in today's election (12); government solving problems (1); ever voted before (1); religious right (1); abortion (1); personal finances (1); 1996 presidential election (1); economy (3); direction of country (2); Bill Clinton (3); sexual orientation (1); George W. Bush vs. Al Gore (10); presidential policies (2); role of government in society (1); stock market (2); prescription drugs (1); Social Security (1); tax cuts (1); federal budget surplus (1); public schools (1); gun control (1); gun ownership (1); better for country to have president and Congress of same/different parties (1); environment vs. economic growth (1); life for next generation (1); managing government vs. providing moral leadership (1); Joe Lieberman (1); would/would not like own child to grow up to be president (1); U.S. military (1); U.S. moral climate (1); Joe Lieberman vs. Dick Cheney (1); John McCain (1); internet (2).
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