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The Iraq poll, 2003 [electronic resource].

Data file
[Utica, NY?] : Zogby International, [2003?]
Numeric survey data.
Restrictions note:
Use of these data is restricted to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff for non-commercial statistical analysis and research purposes only.
Summary note:
Data from Zogby International's interviews of "600 adults chosen at random with consideration for ethnic background, gender, religion and social class, throughout locations in Iraq. Interviews were conducted August 3-19, 2003 in Basra, Karkouk, Mousel and Al Ramadi. The following ethnic groups - Arabs, Kurds, Turkaman, and Assyrians - were interviewed, as well as the following religious groups - Shiaa, Sunni and Christians. Interviewers traveled to public places (shopping areas and coffee shops) chosen from different social neighborhoods. The survey's margin of sampling error is +/- 4.1%."
  • Data accessible via the Data and Statistical Services (DSS) website.
  • Title from publisher's website (viewed on December 17, 2010).
Location has:
Data can be accessed through DSS.
Type of data:
Numeric survey data.
System details:
Mode of access: Internet.
Other title(s):
Iraq poll raw data
Title on questionnaire:
  • Iraqi poll
Title on disc label:
  • Iraq raw data
Title on summary results and cross-tabulations tables:
  • Zogby International survey of Iraq, August 2003
Also known as:
  • Zogby poll of the Iraqi people
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Other views:
Staff view