|Title:||Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government/NPR Poll: 2001 Poverty in America [USICR2001-NPR007]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR/Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government|
|Survey Firm:||ICR--International Communications Research|
|Study Date:||January 4-February 27, 2001|
Most important issues for government to address (2); poverty a big problem (1); economy (1); personal finances (3); causes of poverty (12); poor people in U.S. (5); what income level makes a family poor (1); least amount of money a family of four can get by on in a year (1); easier/harder to get out of poverty today than ten years ago (1); what portion of poor people are African American (1); government spending on poor people (3); credit/blame for federal government for More...
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Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR/Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government/NPR Poll: 2001 Poverty in America, Jan, 2001 [dataset]. USICR2001-NPR007, Version 2. ICR--International Communications Research [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-19-2018.
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