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Latinobarometro, 1998

Corporación Latinobarómetro
The Latinobarometer is an annual survey conducted in Latin American countries. In 1998, 17 countries were surveyed. The survey measures public opinions, attitudes and behaviors on topics covering: Economics and International Trade; Integration and Trade Agreements; Democracy; Politics and Institutions; Civic Culture and Participation; Social Capital; Environment; and Gender and Gender Discrimination.

Consumer Expenditure Survey, 1986: Interview Survey

United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics

General Estimates System (GES), 1997

National Center For Statistics And Analysis (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey (BRFSS), 2004

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
In 1984, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) initiated the state-based Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)--a cross-sectional telephone survey that state health departments conduct monthly over landline telephones and cellular telephones with a standardized questionnaire and technical and methodologic assistance from CDC. BRFSS is used to collect prevalence data among adult U.S. residents regarding their risk behaviors and preventive health practices that can affect their health status. Respondent data are forwarded to...

National Youth Survey: Wave I, 1976

Delbert Elliott

Statistical Profiles of Public School Districts, 1999

New York State Education Department
These data contain statistics of New York school districts. Included are enrollment data (including percentages by race), attendance rate, graduation rate, dropout rate, percent that continue to college, percent that receive a regents diploma, average classroom size, pupil/teacher ratio, median salary, students classified as having disabilities, expenditures by category, pupil evaluations, programs evaluation tests, regents exams data, and results of second language proficiency exams.

National Survey of America's Families, Round 3 2002

Urban Institute
The National Survey of America’s Families (NSAF) is part of The Urban Institute’s Assessing the New Federalism project. Its purpose is to track the effects of recent federal policy changes decentralizing many social programs, and to provide a comprehensive look at the well-being of children and non-elderly adults. The survey provides quantitative measures of child, adult and family well-being in America, with an emphasis on persons in low-income families. The survey gathers data on economic,...

National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle VI, 2002

National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
The Female Respondent file contains one record for each of the 7,643 women in the survey and includes most of the information from their interviews. The female Pregnancy (Interval) file contains one record for each of 13,593 pregnancies (both completed pregnancies and current pregnancies), and contains information about the characteristics of each pregnancy and method use and wantedness before each pregnancy. That is, in the Female Respondent file the unit of analysis is the woman,...

Natality Detail File, 1972: [United States]

National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)

Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS): Fall Staff, 2005

National Center for Education Statistics
IPEDS collects data on postsecondary education in the United States in seven areas: institutional characteristics, institutional prices, enrollment, student financial aid, degrees and certificates conferred, student persistence and success, and institutional human and fiscal resources. The Fall Staff data include demographic and occupational characteristics for staff at institutions.

Natality Detail File, 1974: [United States]

National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)

1995 Virginia Slims American Women's Opinion Poll

Philip Morris USA
A nationwide cross section of women and a control group of men were interviewed for the Virginia Slims American Women's Poll. The sample of women and men interviewed in this study are representative samples of the female and male populations of the Continental United States, age 18 and over --exclusive of institutionalized segments of the population (Army camps, nursing homes, prisons, hospitals, etc.) Major topics covered: women's role in society; quality of life; marriage; working...

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