Variable Search Results

Use the search box below to revise your search , or start a new search .

 
 
 
 
Name
Label/Question

SEQUENTIAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

SEQUENTIAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1A. PERSUADED BY POLITICAL PARTY

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. A. Because I was persuaded by a political p... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1B. TO SERVE MY NEIGHBORHOOD

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. B. To serve my neighborhood. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1C. STEPPING STONE TO OTHER OFFICE

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. C. As a stepping stone to some other politi... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1D. TO SERVE CITY AS A WHOLE

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. D. To serve the city as a whole. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1E. TO INCREASE BUSINESS CONTACTS

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. E. To increase business contacts. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1F. ENJOY POLITICS&LOOKING FOR ACTIVITY

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. F. Because I enjoy politics and I was looki... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q1G. STRONG CONCERN ABOUT SPECIFIC ISSUE

Q1. We would like to know why you initially decided to seek election to the city council. Please rate the importance of each of the following factors in influencing your decision to run for a council seat. G. Because of a strong concern I had about ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2A. TAX CUTTERS VS. OPPONENTS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? A. Tax cutters vs. Opponents ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2B. BUSINESS VS. NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? B. Business vs. Neighborhood groups ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2C. DEMOCRATS VS. REPUBLICANS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? C. Democrats vs. Republicans ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2D. ONE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA VS. ANOTHER

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? D. One geographical area of the city vs. Another ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2E. WHITES/ANGLOS VS. OTHERS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? E. Whites/Anglos vs. Others ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2F. THE POLITICAL MACHINE VS. REFORMERS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? F. The political machine vs. Reformers ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2G. LIBERALS VS. CONSERVATIVES

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? G. Liberals vs. Conservatives ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2H. DEVELOPMENT INTERESTS VS. OTHERS

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? H. Development Interests vs. Others ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q2I. BUSINESS VS. LABOR

Q2. There are always conflicts in a community. How would you rate the importance of each of these listed below in your own city? I. Business vs. Labor ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q3. FACTIONS ON COUNCIL PERSIST VOTING

Q3. In general, would you say there are blocs or factions on the council that persist in voting on a number of issues?

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q3A. CLEAVAGE MENTIONED FIRST

Q3A. From the list of conflicts in Question 2, please rank in order the three most important sources of cleavages within the council. Cleavage mentioned first. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q3A. CLEAVAGE MENTIONED SECOND

Q3A. From the list of conflicts in Question 2, please rank in order the three most important sources of cleavages within the council. Cleavage mentioned second. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q3A. CLEAVAGE MENTIONED THIRD

Q3A. From the list of conflicts in Question 2, please rank in order the three most important sources of cleavages within the council. Cleavage mentioned third. ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q4. % COUNCIL DECISIONS MADE UNANIMOUSLY

Q4. In your judgement, what percent of the council decisions that you consider important are made either unanimously or nearly unanimously? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q5. COUNCIL CONFLICT DUE TO BUDGET

Q5. With the budget cutbacks and financial stresses in most communities over the past few years, would you say that conflict on the council has: ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

Q6. HRS/WEEK DEVOTED TO JOB ON COUNCIL

Q6. Approximately how many hours a week do you devote to your job as a member of the city council?

Taken from: Survey of City Council Members in Large American Cities, 1982.

[1]   2   3   4     >    >

Found a problem? Use our Report Problem form to let us know.