|Title:||Mass Inc./PSRA Poll # 2003-22093: Quality of life in Massachusetts/Institutions [USPSRA2003-22093]|
|Survey Sponsor:||United States Information Agency [USIA]|
|Survey Firm:||Princeton Survey Research Associates|
|Study Date:||January 20 - February 6, 2003|
|Sample:||Adult residents of Massachusetts|
Quality of life in Massachusetts (6); living in Massachusetts (1); employment (6); marital status (1); children (4); biggest problem facing family (2); quality of life for family (3); confidence in institutions (1); relocating from community (3); improvement in community (1); length of stay in Massachusetts (1); Boston as a welcoming city (1); racial and ethnic minorities in Boston (1); free time (1); finance (3); debt (1); safety (2); public school (5); income vs. free More...
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United States Information Agency [USIA]. Mass Inc./PSRA Poll # 2003-22093: Quality of life in Massachusetts/Institutions, Jan, 2003 [dataset]. USPSRA2003-22093, Version 2. Princeton Survey Research Associates [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-17-2018.
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