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EN002In 2012, the major candidates for president were Mitt Romney for the Republicans and Barack Obama for the Democrats. In that election, did you vote? did you vote in 2012
EN003Who did you vote for?who did you vote for in 2012
EN004In 2014, there were elections for the U.S. House of Representatives, and in many states also for the U.S. Senate. In that election, did you vote? vote in 2014 house of representatives
EN005In the 2014 U.S. House of Representatives election, who did you vote for?who vote for in 2014 house of representatives
EN006In the 2014 U.S. Senate election, who did you vote for?who vote for in 2014 senate election
EN007In your state, there was both a regular U.S. Senate election in 2014 as well as a special U.S. Senate election, so you had two votes. In the 2014 U.S. Senate election, who did you vote for? who vote for in house and senate election 2014
EN008On a scale from 0 to 100, where 0 means absolutely no chance and 100 means absolutely certain, what is the percent chance that you will vote in the election for President of the United States this year (2016)?percent chance vote
EN009Are you registered to vote in the Presidential election?registered to vote
EN010From now until the election in November, we would like to ask you a small number of questions every week about the 2016 Presidential election, and your opinion about the candidates. We would ask you at most five simple questions each week and you would be paid $2 each week for your answers. Would you be interested in participating in this?participate in uas election project
EN011In 2014, did you vote in ^statereside?2014 vote in state reside
EN012In which State did you vote in 2014?which state vote in 2014
FLObamaRomneyobama or romney random
FLObamaRomney_randrandom obama romney
FLRepublicanDemocratrepublican or democrat random
FLRepublicanDemocrat_randrandom republican democrat
FLTempNamesFilltemp names fill per state
FLTwoRepublicanDemocrat2 republican or 2 democrat random
FLTwoRepublicanDemocrat_rand2 random republican democrat
votestatestate voted in 2014