In New York City on October 23rd, 2014, a doctor who had recently been treating Ebola patients in Guinea went to the hospital with a slight fever and was subsequently diagnosed with Ebola. Soon thereafter, an NBC 4 New York/The Wall Street Journal/Marist Poll asked New Yorkers whether they favored a "mandatory 21-day quarantine for anyone who has come in contact with an Ebola patient". This poll included responses of 1,042 New York adults between October 26th and 28th, 2014.
A data frame with 1042 observations on the following variable.
Indicates whether the respondent is in
against the mandatory quarantine.
Poll ID NY141026 on maristpoll.marist.edu.