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(Here are a number of movements and types of organizations--for each one please tell me whether you support, oppose, or if you neither support or oppose each one. If you have not heard of one, let me know and we'll move on.)...The Black Lives Matter Movement...And would you say you strongly or not-so-strongly support/oppose that movement/those organizations? (Source: NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll, Mar, 2018)

Strongly support

Not-so-strongly support

Not-so-strongly oppose

Strongly oppose

Neither support or oppose

Never heard of


Survey by NBC News, Wall Street Journal. Methodology: Conducted by Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies, March 10 - March 14, 2018 and based on 1,100 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. The sample included 495 respondents who use a cell phone only and 14 reached on a cell phone but who also have a landline. [USNBCWSJ.032318.R11C] (View Citation)


Since last year, do you think race relations in the United States are getting better, getting worse or staying about the same? (Source: GenForward Survey, Aug, 2017)

Getting better

Getting worse

Staying about the same



Survey by Black Youth Project. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 31 - September 16, 2017 and based on 1,816 telephone and online interviews. Sample: National adult age 18-34. 1707 respondents were interviewed online, and 109 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.103117GF.R25] (View Citation)


(The country faces many problems and the government has to concentrate its efforts on certain problems and give less attention to others. I'll mention several concerns and ask whether you believe each should be given top priority, above average but not top priority, average priority, or below average priority.) Reducing racial inequality... should this be given top priority, above average but not top priority, average priority, or below average priority? (Source: Taking America's Pulse II Survey, Jan, 2000)

Top priority

Above average priority

Average priority

Below average priority

Don't know/Refused

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Survey by National Conference for Community and Justice. Methodology: Conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, January 20 - March 19, 2000 and based on 2,584 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult with oversamples (see note). This was funded by the Bank of America. The sample included a oversamples of blacks, Hispanics, and Asians. Results are weighted to be representative of a national adult population. [USPSRA.00NCCJ.R01F] (View Citation)


Dataset: USPSRA2000-NCCJ

Variable: Q1F

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