A pre-election telephone survey of registered voters in Charlottesville City and Albemarle County using random digit dialing. Questions focussed on the 1992 presidential election and probed economic and cultural issues that could be related to support for Bush Clinton or Perot. Advance predictions of the local outcome of the election published in the area press proved to be highly accurate. The design and implementation of the poll was assisted by students in the Department of Government and Foreign Affairs Public Opinion Class and the Department of Sociology's course in Survey Research Methods.
565 registered voters
Professors Steven E. Finkel and Thomas M. Guterbock course instructors and co- directors for the Center for Survey Research