The Resource Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975

Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975

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Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975
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Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975
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This data collection focuses on state legislators' attitudes towards political corruption. The first wave of interviewing started in October 1975. The survey consisted of items concerning general attitudes about political corruption as well as questions designed to assess the likelihood of the occurrence of political corruption at various levels of government. In addition, state legislators were asked to evaluate the extent to which particular types of activities were corrupt. For some of these activities, legislators were asked to assess the frequency of occurrence within their own legislative setting. The survey instrument also contained questions about current social and political issues. Standard demographic variables such as age, sex, and education and other background variables such as party identification and district information were included as well
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  • Welch, Susan
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Peters, John G.
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Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975
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  • 1975
  • 8161
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ICPSR08161.v1
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Label
Attitudes of American State Legislators, 1975
Publication
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  • 1975
  • 8161
Control code
ICPSR08161.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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