Fifty years ago during the Summer of Love, the emerging hippie subculture captured the attention of the nation. Young people outraged their elders with unconventional haircuts, clothes, and music; skeptical attitudes about property and traditional religion, and, perhaps most shockingly, belief in free sexual expression outside the bounds of marriage.
Howard Schuman (PhD, Sociology, Harvard University; MS, Psychology, Trinity College; and A.B., Philosophy, Antioch College) is a distinguished and respected sociologist, survey researcher, and scholar.
Women’s Marches, a new dataset addition to the archive from the Washington Post, offers valuable insight into the public reaction to last year’s women's protest marches. The survey of 1,018 adults, conducted between January 25 and 29, 2017, highlights public involvement in political causes, awareness, and support toward the women’s marches that took place in Washington, D.C. and other cities. For more polling resources on women’s issues, visit our Topics at a Glance: Women page, offering prepared iPOLL and dataset searches, interpretive analysis, related datasets, and data charts.