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What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today? Please select which one of these is the most important....Abortion, national debt, environment and climate change, gay rights, gun control, health care, immigration, poverty, income inequality, unemployment, economic growth, military strength, morality and religion in society, racism, Social Security, taxes, women's rights, crime, foreign policy, education, terrorism and homeland security, police brutality, sexual harassment (Source: NBC News/GenForward Survey, Jan, 2018)


Subpopulation/Note: . * = less than .5%.
1%
Abortion

6%
National debt

7%
Environment and climate change

*
Gay rights

4%
Gun control

13%
Health care

7%
Immigration

4%
Poverty

9%
Income inequality

3%
Unemployment

7%
Economic growth

1%
Military strength

3%
Morality and religion in society

8%
Racism

1%
Social Security

4%
Taxes

1%
Women's rights

3%
Crime

3%
Foreign policy

7%
Education

7%
Terrorism and homeland security

2%
Police brutality

1%
Sexual harassment

*
Don't know

*
Refused

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Survey by NBC News, Black Youth Project. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, January 3 - January 16, 2018 and based on 1,844 telephone and online interviews. Sample: National adult age 18-34. 1752 respondents were interviewed online, and 92 by telephone. The GenForward survey was built from two sample sources: 65% of the completed interviews are sourced from NORC's AmeriSpeak Panel. AmeriSpeak is a probability based panel that also uses address-based sample but sourced from the NORC National Frame with enhanced sample coverage. During the initial recruitment phase of the AmeriSpeak panel, randomly selected US households were sampled with a known, non-zero probability of selection and then contacted by US mail, email, telephone, and field interviewers (face-to-face). 35% of the completed interviews are sourced from the Black Youth Project (BYP) panel of young adults recruited by NORC. The BYP sample is from a probability-based household panel that uses an address-based sample from a registered voter database of the entire US. Households were selected using stratified random sampling to support over-sampling of households with African Americans, Latinxs, and Asian Americans ages 18-34. NORC contacted sampled households by US mail and by telephone, inviting them to register and participate in public opinion surveys twice a month. [USNORC.012918GF.R10] (View Citation)

Topics: PROBLEMS





(Next, as you may know, Congress is considering several issues during its lame duck session between now and the end of the year (2010). The lame duck session includes many current members of Congress who will leave when the new Congress takes over in January (2011). How important is it to you that the current lame duck Congress complete action on each of the following this year--very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not important at all?) How about...passing legislation to allow openly gay men and women to serve in the military? (Source: Gallup/USA Today Poll, Nov, 2010)


32%
Very important

24%
Somewhat important

18%
Not too important

23%
Not important at all

2%
No opinion

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Survey by USA Today. Methodology: Conducted by Gallup Organization, November 19 - November 21, 2010 and based on 1,037 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. Interviews were conducted with respondents on landline telephones and cellular phones. [USGALLUP.10NOV19.R12E] (View Citation)

Topics: CONGRESS SEX GROUPS DEFENSE EQUALITY

Dataset: USAIPOUSA2010-21

Variable: Q12E





Do you favor or oppose permitting homosexual women to serve in the military? Do you favor/oppose that strongly or not so strongly? (Source: CBS News/New York Times Poll, Feb, 1993)


Subpopulation/Note: Asked of those in Form B half sample.
25%
Favor strongly

20%
Favor not so strongly

34%
Oppose strongly

11%
Oppose not so strongly

10%
Don't know/No answer

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Methodology: Conducted by CBS News/New York Times, February 9 - February 11, 1993 and based on 935 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. [USCBSNYT.93FEB.R43A] (View Citation)

Topics: GROUPS SEX EQUALITY DEFENSE WOMEN

Dataset: USCBSNYT1993-FEB93A







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