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Religion and Public Life, 2003

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press

Religion and Public Life Survey, 2002

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
This project investigated the public's attitudes on religion and public life. The survey was commissioned by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press and produced two reports. The sample consisted of 2,002 adults.

Religion and Public Life Survey, 2001

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press
This survey was sponsored by Pew Research Center for the People & the Press and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. A national sample of 2,041 adults with an oversample of African Americans (The oversample included 197 African Americans.) were intereviewed on March 5-8, 2001. Major topics included: volunteerism; church and political matters; religion and its influence on American life; religious affiliation.

Unchurched Americans: 10 Years Later, 1988

Princeton Religion Research Center
This survey was sponsored by the Princeton Religion Research Center and conducted by the Gallup Organization. A national sample of 2,556 adults were interviewed on March 11-20, 1988. Major topics covered: social changes; religious affiliation; church attendance; involvement with a church.

Unchurched American Study, 1978

Religious Coalition to Study Backgrounds, Values and Interests of Unchurched Americans
This study was sponsored by the Religious Coalition to study backgrounds, values, and interests of unchurched Americans. The survey was carried out by the Gallup Organization and the Princeton Religious Research Center on April 18-May 1, 1978. 2,103 adults were interviewed. Major topics covered: religion; church attendance; religious denomination; attitudes towards religion.

New York State Censuses of 1845, 1855, 1865, 1875: Counts of Churches and Church Membership by Denomination

Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
New York State Censuses of 1845, 1855, 1865, and 1875: Counts of Churches and Church Membership by Denomination, contains counts of churches, total value of church property, church seating capacity, usual number of persons attending church, and number of church members from the New York State Censuses of 1845, 1855, 1865, and 1875. Counts are by denomination at the state summary level.

Churches and Church Membership in the United States, 1990

Association of Statisticians of American Religious Bodies
This data set contains statistics by county for 133 Judeo-Christian church bodies, providing information on their number of churches and members.

Churches and Church Membership in the United States, 1980

African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Southern Baptist Convention. Sunday School Board & Glenmary Research Center
This data set contains statistics by county for 111 Judeo-Christian church bodies, providing information on their number of churches and members. The denominations included represent an estimated 91 percent of U.S. membership totals officially submitted to the Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches.

Nepal National Population Census, 2001: Population Sample Database

Nepal. Central Bureau of Statistics
This data collection contains the 2001 Population Census for Nepal, conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). It was the tenth decennial census in the history of census taking in Nepal. The census consisted of two phases: the Household Listing (May 14-28, 2001) and the Individual Enumeration (June 10-26, 2001). The housing variables include: type of household, house and land area owned by female, engagement in small-scale non-agricultural economic activity, source of drinking water,...

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 America's Families, Round 2 1999

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 America's Families, Round 1, 1997

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,...

Louisiana Marriage Data, 1990-2003

Louisiana. State Center for Health Statistics
This study compiled marriage data for the State of Louisiana from 1990-2003. The variables include: name of bride and groom, race, birth state, date of birth, bride's maiden name, residence, parish of issuance, place of occurrence, date of marriage, ceremony type, number of this marriage, status prior to this marriage, date previous marriage ended, and bride's education.

Japanese Women's Opinion Poll

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.

National Survey of Women, 1991

Koray Tanfer
The 1991 National Survey of Women (NSW) was conducted as a follow-up to the 1983 Survey of Unmarried Women (NSU), which examined sexual, contraceptive, and fertility behaviors, and the factors associated with these behaviors in a nationally representative probability sample of 1,314 never- married women between the ages of 20 to 29. The NSW sample consists of two subsamples of women. Women in the first sub-sample (n=929) were first interviewed as part of the NSU...

National Survey of Men, 1991

Koray Tanfer, John O.G. Billy, William R. Grady & Daniel H. Klepinger
The 1991 National Survey of Men was conducted to examine issues related to sexual behavior and condom use among U.S. men aged 20 to 39. Data collection and processing took place between March 1991 and January 1992. This survey was intended to serve as a baseline survey for a longitudinal study. Face-to-face interviews asked respondents about demographic information sexual initiation and current exposure; current wife or partner; previous marital relationships; other non-marital sexual partners; nonsexual...

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,...

Sex-role Orientations and Fertility of College Alumnae

Reid Reynolds
This study was based on the work of Cornell researcher Reid T. Reynolds, and contains data from studies conducted in both 1979 and 1967. Some of the data are taken from Westoff and Provin's "College Women and Fertility Values" (Princeton U.P., 1967). The survey asked questions of freshman and senior women, including perceived sex roles, family planning attitudes, and many other socio-economic attitudes.

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...

1990 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...

1985 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...

Fertility and Motivation for Parenthood

Hein G. Moors, M. Niphuis-Nell & P.J.W.J. Dongen
This survey covers the areas of fertility history, knowledge and use of contraceptives, desire to have children, religion, and employment. Contextual variables pertaining to population density, mobility, region, voting, occupation, and vital statistics are also included. The major themes of the study are: Motivation for Parenthood, Details on Pregnancies, Marriage, and Family Size, Knowledge of Contraceptives, Family Planning, Occupational Activities of Wife and Husband.

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