"Researchers who want to explore Americans’ changing attitudes will want American Attitudes: What We Think about the Issues That Shape Our Lives. It reveals what the public thinks about topics ranging from premarital sex to global warming, their money and their marriages, hopes for their children, how often they socialize and with whom, their religious beliefs, political leanings, and working conditions. It shows those answers by the demographics that shape perspective—sex, age, race, and education. American Attitudes also compares attitudes in 2006 with 1996, examining how opinions have—and have not—changed during those ten years. Please note that the pdf of this title includes links to spreadsheets of all the book’s 321 tables, perfect for doing your own analysis and using the data in PowerPoint presentations."
Quoted from publisher's website
REF HN90 .P8 A447 2015
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