California poll #7505 [electronic resource].

Data file
San Francisco, California : The Field Institute [producer], 1975 ; Storrs, Conn. : Roper Center for Public Opinion Research [distributor], [200-?].
Numeric survey data


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Summary note
Major topics covered: Nuclear power plant initiative: constitutional amendment to change the size of the vote necessary for the legislature to pass laws relating to business and corporation taxes; California election law to impose strict limits on what a candidate can collect and finance campaigns by matching funds; legalization of bingo games for charitable purposes; impressions of big cities in U.S.; best/worst things about New York City; federal government's financial support of New York City; President Ford's position on New York City solving its own financial problems; effect on Californians if New York City defaults on its financial obligations; lived/visited New York City.
  • Data accessible via the Internet on the Data and Statistical Services (DSS) website.
  • Title from title screen (viewed on December 4, 2006).
  • Roper study no. USCA1975-05.
  • Survey firm: The Field Institute.
Time and place of event
Field dates: November 8-15, 1975.
Geographic coverage
Geographic coverage: California, United States.
Case file characteristics
  • Sample: adult residents of California.
  • Sample size: 1,124.
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