2001 Survey of Biracial Couples
The Kaiser Family Foundation/Washington Post/Harvard University Biracial Couples dataset features a unique sample of biracial couples asked questions about race relations and discrimination. Biracial couples view various racial issues from an intimate perspective that is rarely studied in polling. In regards to biracial relationships, questions are asked about family reactions, marital issues, personal experiences of discrimination, and problems faced by multiracial children.
The data was collected from March 29th – May 20th, 2001 of 540 biracial couples via telephone. The survey was conducted by ICR Survey Research Group. Explore the results and questions of the Survey of Biracial Couples in iPOLL.