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Title: How the American Public Would Deal with the Budget Deficit: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks
Authors: Kull, Steven
Ramsay, Clay
Lewis, Evan
Subias, Stefan
Type: Article
Keywords: public opinion
budget deficit
Issue Date: Feb-2011
Abstract: A Study by the Program for Public Consultation and Knowledge Networks. The purpose of this study was to give a representative sample of Americans the chance to deal with the problem of the budget in such an integrated framework, one in which they would make tradeoffs. The goal was to have respondents face the kinds of challenges that policymakers face when making a budget. In this way we can see whether Americans are able to deal with such a challenge, and whether they in fact know what their value priorities are.
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Budget -- SS Medicare TaxExp -- Oct 2010 - US public.savStatistics191.06 kBSPSS217View/Open
Budget -- SS Medicare TaxExp -- Oct 2010 - US public.xlsxStatistics380.34 kBMicrosoft Excel192View/Open
Budget poll Dec.2010 - US public.savStatistics257.32 kBSPSS443View/Open
Budget poll Dec.2010 - US public.xlsxStatistics554.61 kBMicrosoft Excel184View/Open
Budget_Feb11_quaire.pdfQuestionnaire166.58 kBAdobe PDF205View/Open
Budget_Feb11_rpt.pdfReport1.01 MBAdobe PDF178View/Open
read me - important notes.docThe Read_Me document provides important notes on the variables in the study and it is important that researchers downloading this study read the document.24.5 kBMicrosoft Word122View/Open
PIPA-KN Demographic variables - codebook.docUse with xls files125 kBMicrosoft Word110View/Open

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