|Title:||Kaiser Family Foundation/Pew Hispanic Center: 2002 National Survey of Latinos [USICR2002-RAE008B]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Pew Hispanic Center|
|Survey Firm:||ICR--International Communications Research|
|Study Date:||April 4-June 11, 2002|
|Sample:||National adult including 2,929 Latinos|
|Survey Notes:||Weighth (357-371) is a weight used for Latinos only.|
Hispanic/Latin descent (1); prefer to be interviewed in English/Spanish (1); born in what country (2); prefer to be called Hispanic/Latino (2); what country parents/grandparents/ancestors from (4); what country identify with more (1); what race consider self to be (4); trust in government (1); role of government (1); services to people in need (1); two most important issues for government to address (2); two most important health care issues for government to address (2); More...
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The study dataset(s) contain weight factors that should be employed in any data analysis. Typically weights are used in an attempt to assure that the survey sample more accurately represents the population.
|Usage Note:||The study included interviews with a representative number of Latinos in 6 ethnic groups, based on country of origin: Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Salvadoran, Dominican, and Colombian. Interviews were conducted with 1047 Mexicans, 317 Puerto Ricans, 343 Cubans, 204 Salvadorans, 235 Dominicans, and 214 Colombians. Interviews were conducted with 1047 Mexicans, 317 Puerto Ricans, 343 Cubans, 204 Salvadorans, 235 Dominicans, and 214 Colombians. In total, 341 Central Americans and 394 South Americans were interviewed.|
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Pew Hispanic Center. Kaiser Family Foundation/Pew Hispanic Center: 2002 National Survey of Latinos, Apr, 2002 [dataset]. USICR2002-RAE008B, Version 2. ICR--International Communications Research [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Sep-21-2019.
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