|Title:||Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School/NPR Poll: Technology Survey [USICR1999-6198]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR/Kennedy School of Government|
|Survey Firm:||ICR Survey Research Group|
|Study Date:||November 15-December 19, 1999|
|Sample:||National adult and children both with an oversample of African Americans|
|Survey Notes:||Two datasets: 1506 adults and 625 children ages 10-17 years.|
Major technological developments (1); favorability of statements on science and technology (1); use of electronics (7); computers (29); understanding of terms (22); Internet/e-mail (12); respondent's ownership of products (5); technological products essential part of life (5); purpose of home computer (15); computer/Internet for information (15); effect of computers on jobs (7); problems for those without computers (9); problems for those with computers (33); cell phone/pagers More...
Columns 260-265 (xx.xxxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
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|Usage Note:||Both questionnaires are included. Weight for the children is in columns 139-144 (xx.xxxx)-- Varname: WEIGHT.|
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR/Kennedy School of Government. Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School/NPR Poll: Technology Survey, Nov, 1999 [dataset]. USICR1999-6198, Version 1. ICR Survey Research Group [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Jun-25-2018.
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