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National Survey of Latinos, 2002

Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation & Pew Hispanic Center
This survey was sponsored by The Kaiser Family Foundation / Pew Hispanic Center and conducted by the International Communications Research. A national sample of 4,213 adults including 2,929 Latinos were interviewed April 4-June 11, 2002. The Pew Hispanic Center/Kaiser Family Foundation 2002 National Survey of Latinos comprehensively explores the attitudes and experiences of Hispanics on a wide variety of topics. This survey was designed to capture the diversity of the Latino population by including almost...

Intergroup Relations Survey

National Conference for Community and Justice
This survey was sponsored by The National Conference for Community and Justice and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. A national sample of 2,584 adults were interviewed January 20-March 19, 2000. Major topics covered: Priority of problems; Aspects of life; contact with groups; racial, religious, ethnic tension, influence of groups.

Los Angeles Times Poll 54, 1982

Los Angeles Times
This survey was conducted by the Los Angeles Times. A sample of 1,540 adults living in Los Angeles were interviewed May 2-6, 1982. Major topics covered: Registered party membership; Tom Bradley vs. John Garamendi va. Mario Obledo; race and first langauge; reasons for whites' disapproval and blacks' approval of busing.

New York City Race Relations Survey, 1985

New York Times & WCBS-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
This survey was sponsored by the New York Times and WCBS-TV and conducted by NY Times. A sample of 1,557 adults residents of New York City were interviewed April 27- May 3, 1985. Major topics covered: election for mayor; race; crime; public figures; employment; discrimination; subways; New York City police.

TIME/CNN Poll: Louis Farrakhan, 1995

Time & Cable News Network
This survey was sponsored by Time Magazine and CNN, and conducted by Yankelovich Partners, Inc. A national sample of 1,046 adults plus an oversample of 446 blacks were interviewed October 18-19, 1995. Major topics covered: General mood of the country; Clinton job performance; Bosnia; Ross Perot; economic condition of country; black leaders; Louis Farrahkan; the Million Man March; race relations; Martin Luther King.

TIME/CNN Poll: National Politics and Affirmative Action

Time & Cable News Network
This survey was sponsored by Time Magazine and CNN, and conducted by Yankelovich Partners, Inc. A nation sample of 1,060 adults including an oversample of 260 blacks were interviewed March 22-23. 1995. Major topics covered: Clinton job performance; federal budget; blacks have better or worse job opportunities; discrimination; affirmative action plan.

USA Today Poll: Supreme Court and Clarence Thomas Nomination, 1991

USA Today
This survey was sponsored by USA Today and conducted by Gordon S. Black Corporation. A national sample of 402 black adults were interviewed July 3, 1991. Major topics covered: Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall; political views.

Gallup News Service Survey: June 1991 Omnibus, Wave 2

Gallup Organization
This survey was conducted by the Gallup Organization. A national sample of 990 adults plus an oversample of black adults were interviewed June 13-16, 1991. Major topics covered: quality of life; discrimination; race norming.

New York Poll, 1988

CBS News & WCBS-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
This survey was conducted by CBS News and WCBS. A sample of 1147 adult residents of the Greater New York City area, including an oversample of the hispanic and black population, were interviewed January 10-12, 1988. Major topics covered: black school chancellor; race relations in NYC; Ed Koch job performance; conflicts.

New York Poll - Wappingers Falls Area, 1988

WCBS-TV (Television station : New York, N.Y.) & New York Times
This survey was conducted by WCBS-TV and the New York Times. A sample of 455 adult residents of the Dutchess County and New York City were interviewed June 21-25, 1988. Major Topics covered: public figures; conflicts between racial groups; Brawley family.

Research Network Poll: Hispanic Opinion Poll, 1993

Research Network
The Hispanic Opinion Poll was conducted by the Research Network. A sample of 1,201 hispanic adults in the United States were interviewed June, 1993. Major topics covered: political party affiliation; children and schools; youth gangs; problems facing the US.

Los Angeles Times Poll: Prejudice in Southern California, 1989

Los Angeles Times
This Los Angeles Times poll is the 172nd in a series of opinion studies designed to measure public attitudes on a number of critical issues. This particular survey focuses on racial prejudice, in Southern California. The sampling frame for this survey is all telephone residences in the counties of Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. 1,943 men and women 18 years of age or older were contacted...

USA Today Poll: Racism, 1989

USA Today
This survey was sponsored by USA Today and conducted by Gordon S. Black Corporation. A national sample of 601 blacks were interviewed August 30-31, 1989. Major topics covered: racial attitudes; prejudice; neighbourhoods and cities where blacks live.

Gallup/Newsweek Poll: Attitudes of Blacks. 1992

Newsweek, Inc.
This survey was sponsored by Newsweek Magazine and conducted by the Gallup Organization. A national sample of 511 blacks were interviewed March 25-27, 1992. Major topics covered: George Bush job performance; social problems.

Gallup/CNN/USA Today Poll: Race Relations, 1995

Cable News Network & USA Today
This survey was sponsored by CNN/USA Today and conducted by The Gallup Organizataion. A national sample of 1,229 adults plus an oversample of 229 blacks were interviewed October 19-22, 1995. Major topics covered: Clinton job performance; Bosnia; honesty standards of individuals; Canada; leaders in the black community; quality of life of for blacks; Million Man March; O.J. Simpson.

Washington Post Poll: Race Relations, 1995

Washington Post, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation & Harvard University
This survey was conducted by the Washington Post/Kaiser Foundation/Harvard University. A national sample of 1,970 adults including oversamples of 380 blacks, 197 hisapnics, and 345 asians, were interviewed July 20-August 9, with a follow-up Septmeber 18-28, 1995. Major topics covered: the American Dream; Congressional action; potential reductions of the federal budget; federal programs and minorites; reasons minorities have social and economic problems; government responsibility for equality.

Newsweek Survey: After the March, 1995

Newsweek, Inc.
This survey was sponsored by Newsweek Magazine and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. A national sample of 750 including an oversample of 198 blacks were interviewed October 18020, 1995. Major topics covered: 1996 presidential election; Million Man March; mixed races in school.

The Washington Post Poll: Problems in Society, 1996

Washington Post
This survey was conducted by the Washington Post. A national sample of 1,016 adults were interviewed June 28-July 2, 1996. Major topics covered: Problems in society; problems in community; racism; race relations; discrimination in the workplace; burning of black churches.

CBS News Poll: Louis Farrakhan and the Million Man March, 1996

CBS News
This survey was conducted by CBS News. A national sample of 1,029 adults plus an oversample of 113 black adults previously interviewed March 20-21, 1996 were interviewed March 27-28, 1996. Major topics covered: Million Man March; black leaders; Louis Farrakhan; racial integration.

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,...

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