The Resource Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977

Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977

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Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977
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Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977
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This data collection contains the results of a survey administered by telephone on February 4-6, 1977, to a national probability sample of adults in order to investigate the public's behavior and attitudes concerning energy issues at the time of the 1977 energy shortages. Topics covered include the temperature setting in the respondent's home at several points in time, respondent's reasons for reducing or not reducing temperatures, type of home heating used, respondent's concern about the energy shortages, actions the respondent took to reduce fuel costs, and the respondent's opinion about the role of government in coping with fuel shortages. The survey was conducted by the Gallup Organization for the Federal Energy Administration (now the Department of Energy)
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  • United States Federal Energy Administration
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977
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  • 1977-02
  • 7583
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ICPSR07583.v1
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Energy Crisis Behavior and Attitudes in the United States, February 1977
Publication
Note
  • 1977-02
  • 7583
Control code
ICPSR07583.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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