Iff 4 T^ IM By Congressman
f t A I V I I John W. Wydler
In an effort to stimulate a
communication of ideas and the
transmission of views on great
national issues, it has been my
practice to send a yearly questionnaire
to every home in the
Fourth Congressional District
seeking expression of opinion and
personal comment on the issues.
This year I mailed over 115,-
000 questionnaires and, once a-gain,
thousands of people of the
Fabulous Fourth have answered
the questionnaire,, The results
have been carefully and independently
tabulated and the enthusiastic
response once again proves
that people do care about their
Government and its functioning.
As to the results, the largest
number of people responding want
to achieve a military victory in
Vietnam. It must be kept in
mind, however, that the questionnaire
was mailed in February
and most people answered it during
that month and during the
month of March. On March 30,
President Johnson announced his
bombing halt and change in policy.
An analysis of the results must
keep this in mind.
It is clear, however, that 96
percent of the people wanted a
change in the conduct of the war
and only 16.7 percent were in
favor of a unilateral withdrawal.
The majority also favored the
exclusion of Communist China
to the United Nations and a decrease
in American military
commitments in Europe.
On the President's tax proposals,
only 13 percent were in
favor of the surtax, which the
administration proposed. Even
less, 7 percent, favored the administration's
travel tax proposals.
The emphasis on solving the
urban crisis leaned heavily toward
use of the private enterprise
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of people wished to increase the
number and power of the police.
I am now sending each person
in the Fourth Congressional District
a copy of the results of the
questionnaire. These results
show the prevailing opinions in
our congressional district.
The success of this questionnaire
makes it clear to me that
the people of the district wish
it continued and it will be sent
once again early in the year 1969.
It will be our district's sixth consecutive
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