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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...

German Election Study, 1994: Post-Election Study

Zentrum für Umfragen, Methoden und Analysen & Forschungsgruppe Wahlen (Mannheim, Germany)

School Financial Files, 1988/1989

New York State Education Department
These files contain comprehensive financial data for New York State school districts. The data contains the total assets, liabilities, and revenues information. In detail, the variables include: total fund equity, deferred revenues, other sources of revenue, tax information, property information, forfeitures, federal aid sources, expenditures broken down by category, operation and maintenance costs, contractual expense, instruction administration and development costs, teacher salary information, program expenses, school library costs, computer costs, pupil services costs, transportation costs,...

Survey of Consumer Finances, 1958

University of Michigan. Economic Behavior Program

General Social Survey, 2000

James A. Davis & Tom W. Smith
The National Data Program for the Social Sciences (General Social Survey) is both a data diffusion project and a program of social indicator research. Its data collection instrument, the General Social Survey (GSS), was fielded for the 29th time in 2012. Previously an annual survey, the GSS became biennial in 1994. The questionnaire contains a standard core of demographic and attitudinal variables, plus certain topics of special interest selected for rotation (called "topical modules"). Items...

Comprehensive Assessment Report (CAR) Master File, Fall 1987

New York State Education Department
The data contains annual summary data on standardized achievement and aptitude test results, Regents and other examination test results, and analyses of test data, as well as other information on such subjects as enrollment and attendance, staffing, class size, graduating classes and ethnicity, and/or it constitutes a report published by the school district.

Statistical Profiles of Public School Districts, 1990

New York State Education Department
These data contain statistics of New York school districts. Included are enrollment data (including percentages by race), graduation rate, percent that continue to college, percent that receive a regents diploma, pupil/teacher ratio, median salary, expenditures by category, pupil evaluations, programs evaluation tests, and regents exams data.

Japanese Women's Opinion Poll, 1990

Philip Morris USA
This survey was conducted by Dentsu Inc. on behalf of Virginia Slims/Philip Morris, Inc. A national sample of 3000 adult Japanese women and 1000 adult Japanese men were interviewed late July - early August 1990. The survey is designed to compare women's values, beliefs, and perceptions between Japan and U.S.A.

Political Culture of Democracy in Mexico, 2006; 2008

Latin American Public Opinion Project
These surveys were conducted as part of the AmericasBarometers series sponsored by the Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) at Vanderbilt University with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The sample represents the adult population from all geographic regions and both urban and rural areas. The surveys measure the perception of democracy’s stability in Mexico, support for an open economy, attitudes toward crime and corruption, confidence in electoral and political reforms,...

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