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Do you think (Donald) Trump is or is not biased against...women? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat? (Source: ABC News/Washington Post Poll, Oct, 2017)

Is biased strongly

Is biased somewhat

Is not biased somewhat

Is not biased strongly

No opinion


Methodology: Conducted by ABC News/Washington Post, October 29 - November 1, 2017 and based on 1,005 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates. The survey was produced for The Washington Post by Capital Insight. Interviews were conducted by Abt Associates. The interviews included landline and cell-phone-only respondents. [USABCWP.110517.R09A] (View Citation)


Regardless of whether or not you plan to vote for Hillary Clinton (for president in 2016), do you think it would be a good thing or a bad thing for this country to elect a woman to be president, or don't you think it matters? (Source: Associated Press-NORC Gender Discrimination in the US Survey, Aug, 2016)

Subpopulation/Note: . * = less than .5 percent
Good thing

Bad thing

Doesn't matter

Don't know


Dataset is available using RoperExpress VIEW DATASET ABSTRACT

Survey by Associated Press. Methodology: Conducted by AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 11 - August 14, 2016 and based on 1,096 telephone and online interviews. Sample: National adult. 832 respondents were interviewed online, and 264 by telephone. Interviews were conducted both online using a self-administered design and by telephone using live interviewers. All interviews were conducted among participants in AmeriSpeak, a probability-based panel designed to be representative of the national US adult population run by NORC at the University of Chicago. Panel participants without Internet access were interviewed via telephone by professional interviewers under the direction of NORC. NORC?s AmeriSpeak Panel provides a representative panel of civilian, non-institutional adults (age 18 and over) living in the United States. 45% of completed interviews are sourced from Amerispeak, and 55% of completed interviews are sourced from a panel of young adults custom built by NORC. The Young Adult 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, Hispanics, and Asians ages 18-30. NORC contacted sampled households by US mail and by telephone, inviting them to register and participate in public opinion surveys twice a month. [USAP.082516N.R12] (View Citation)


Dataset: USAPNORC2016-0814A

If both cost about the same to attend, would you rather have a child of yours attend a public high school or a private high school? (Source: Attitudes of American Women, Jun, 1962)

Subpopulation/Note: Unmarried women.
Public high school

Private high school

Dataset is available using RoperExpress VIEW DATASET ABSTRACT

Survey by Saturday Evening Post. Methodology: Conducted by Gallup Organization during June, 1962 and based on 2,313 personal interviews. Sample: National--Women (see below). Survey consists of two samples: 'Ever married' = 1813 women aged 21-60 who have ever been married, 'Unmarried' = 500 women aged 25-60 who have never been married. [USGALLUP.556POS.R115BU] (View Citation)


Dataset: USAIPOSPPOS1962-556

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