|Title:||The 2000 Virginia Slims American Women's Opinion Poll [USRSPVASLIMS1999-CNP039]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Philip Morris USA|
|Survey Firm:||Roper Starch Worldwide|
|Study Date:||May 15-July 22, 1999|
|Sample:||National adult women (n=2177) and men (n=826), 18 years and older|
|Survey Notes:||The samples of women and men interviewed in this study are representative of adult female and male populations of the Continental United States, excluding those in institutions like Army camps, hospitals, nursing homes, and prisons.|
Satisfaction with life (16); opportunities to be happy by gender (3); opportunities for success (3); women's roles (13); discrimination against women (10); actions in which each gender is taken seriously (15); confidence in decision making (15); most admired woman in the 20th century (3); most important changes in women's lives during the 20th century (5); key accomplishments of the women's movement (1); key failures of the women's movement (1); when will the country be More...
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|Usage Note:||See documentation for additional information.|
Philip Morris USA. The 2000 Virginia Slims American Women's Opinion Poll, May, 1999 [dataset]. USRSPVASLIMS1999-CNP039, Version 3. Roper Starch Worldwide [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Mar-20-2018.
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