American Attitudes: What Americans Think about the Issues that Shape Their Lives
Data from the general social survey of the University of Chicago's National Opinion Research Center sheds light on the changes and consistencies in American attitudes over the past 30 years, with an historical section revealing public opinion on most of the questions that have been asked by the survey repeatedly over the past 30 years, on broad topical areas such as abortion, the role of government, and sexual behavior. The topical section presents responses to most of the questions included in the topical modules of the 2002 Survey.
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