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Links 1 through 10 of 40 by govpubs tagged survey

This report provides data on the demographic characteristics of people close to, but not below, official poverty thresholds from 1966 to 2012. The “near-poor” are people with family income between 100 and 125 percent of the poverty thresholds, allowing for a full examination of the low-income population. The statistics come from the Current Population Survey’s Annual Social and Economic Supplement. United States Census Bureau.

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For the first time, the Census Bureau's American Community Survey is providing access to detailed demographic data tabulated for redistricted congressional districts for the 113th Congress. Easy Stats provides statistics on a wide range of topics, such as age, income, occupation, housing and education, and veteran status down to the local level, including states, counties, cities and towns, and now, congressional districts. United States Census Bureau.

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This report discusses DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] and legal challenges to it. It reviews legal principles applied to determine the validity of a marriage contracted in another state and surveys the various approaches employed by states to enable or to prevent same-sex marriage. Congressional Research Service (CRS). United States.

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is one of the largest safety net programs in the United States, serving 44.7 million individuals in an average month in 2011. Current Population Survey data is used to examine the effect of SNAP on poverty from 2000 to 2009. Economic Research Service. United States Department of Agriculture.

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The controversial law that police have cited in their decision not to charge the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has been invoked at least 130 times statewide in Florida since 2005.

A Tampa Bay Times survey, compiled from 31 Florida newspapers and public records, shows that the number of cases in which "stand your ground" has been invoked has climbed dramatically in the past year and a half. The analysis shows that police and prosecutors continue to apply the law unevenly. Tampa Bay Times. United States.

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Using data from the 1974 to 2010 General Social Survey, this "study explores time trends in public trust in science in the United States from 1974 to 2010. More precisely, I test Mooney’s (2005) claim that conservatives in the United States have become increasingly distrustful of science." American Sociological Review. United States.

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Examines the views of teachers, parents and students about the teaching profession, parent and community engagement, and effects of the economy on teaching and learning in schools. MetLife Foundation. United States.

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The longest-running annual retirement survey of its kind in the nation. It is a random, nationally representative survey of 1,000 individuals age 25 and over. The survey contains a core set of questions that is asked annually, allowing key attitudes and self-reported behavior patterns to be tracked over time. Sponsored by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), the American Savings Education Council (ASEC), and Mathew Greenwald & Associates (Greenwald). United States.

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A staff report summarizing the results of a survey of identity theft victims who were asked to describe their experiences dealing with consumer reporting agencies and, more generally, exercising their rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) as amended by the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), to recover from identity theft. The Federal Trade Commission. United States.

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The Census Bureau has released 10 graphics that highlight national trends in voting by race, age, education, and other characteristics since 1964. Four graphics address presidential elections, four address congressional elections and two address all national elections. All are based on previously released tabulations from the November Voting and Registration Supplement of the Current Population Survey. Census Bureau. United States.

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