Civic and Political Health of the Nation [United States], 2002
Sought to describe the civic and political behavior of the American public, with a special focus on youth ages 15 to 25. Utilizing dual surveying methods, both telephone- and Internet-based surveys as their methodology, the researchers sampled 3,246 respondents in order to examine what specific civic and political activities citizens were engaging in and the frequencies of those activities. Political attitudes and behaviors included but were not limited to voting, volunteering and signing petitions. Researchers measured respondents' civic and political involvement with 19 Core Indicators of Engagement, including a combination of civic indicators, electoral indicators, and indicators of political voice.
The collection includes 3 datasets:
- National Youth Survey of Civic Engagement, Spring 2002: 396 variables for 1166 cases
- National Civic Engagement Survey I, Spring 2002: 266 variables for 3246 cases
- National Civic Engagement Survey II (Replication Survey), Fall 2002: 163 variables for 1400 cases
Demographic variables in this collection include: Education Status/Level, Gender, Age, Race, Ethnicity, Marital Status, Employment Status, Housing Type, Household Income/Household Demographics, Geographic Region, Religious Affiliation, and Political Affiliation.
- Single study
- United States
- Civic and Political Health of the Nation [United States], 2002
- Single study