Trends in Public Opinion: A Compendium of Survey Data

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Index of GSS Mnemonics
(Non-GSS variables have no mnemonic)
ABANY 212
ABDEFECT 201
ABHLTH 207
ABLEGAL 213
ABNOMORE 204
ABPOOR 208
ABRAPE 210
ABSINGLE 211
AGED 280
AMICABLE 274
ANOMIA 300
ANOMIA2 299
ANOMIA4 299
ANOMIA5 299
ARREST 151
ATTEND 254
BIBLE 257
BIBLEY 259
BRAZIL65
BURGLJT 134
BUSING 184
CANADA64
CAPPUN 138
CHINA66
CHLDIDEL 269
CLASS 248
CLASSY 249
CLEAN 272
COLATH 111
COLCOM 116
COLHOMO 123
COLMIL 122
COLRAC 144
COLSOC 113
COMMUN 69
CONARMY 99
CONBUS 100
CONCLERG 105
CONEDUC 104
CONFED 97
CONFINAN 100
CONJUDGE 98
CONLABOR 101
CONLEGIS 99
CONMEDIC 103
CONPRESS 102
CONSCI 103
CONSIDER 275
CONTROL 273
CONTV 104
COURTS 136
COURTSY 136
DIVLAW 278
DRINK 156
DRUNK 158
EGYPT68
ENGLAND63
DQWLTH 35
EVSMOKE 163
FAIR 302
FEAR 135
FEARHOME 135
FECHLD 227
FEFAM 230
FEHELP 228
FEHOME 231
FEPOL 232
FEPOLY 233
FEPRES 22
FEPRESCH 229
FEWORK 225
FEWORKIF 226
FINALTER 240
FINRELA 241
GETAHEAD 304
GRASS 164
GUN 140
GUNAGE 141
GUNLAW 150
GUNNUM 141
HAPMAR 291
HAPPY 290
HALPBLK 37
HELPFUL 301
HELPNOT 34
HELPPOOR 36
HELPSICK 38
HIT 139
HITAGE 139
HITBEATR 144
HITCHILD 143
HITDRUNK 143
HITMARCH 142

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Tables vii
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Introduction 1
  • References 10
  • 1 - Politics 11
  • References 14
  • 2 - International Affairs 49
  • REPERENCES 51
  • 3 - Taxation and Spending 73
  • References 75
  • 4 - Confidence in Institutions 93
  • References 95
  • 5 - Political Tolerance 107
  • References 109
  • 6 - Crime and Violence 131
  • References 133
  • 7 - Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs 153
  • References 155
  • 8 - Race Relations 167
  • 9 - Sexual and Reproductive Morality 187
  • References 189
  • 10 - Death and Dying 215
  • References 216
  • 11 - Role of Women 223
  • References 224
  • 12 - Work 235
  • References 237
  • 13 - Religion 251
  • References 252
  • 14 - Family 265
  • 15 - Psychological Well-Being/Group Membership 287
  • References 288
  • Index of GSS Mnemonics 317
  • Index 321
  • About the Authors 327
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