Principal Investigator(s): Hefner, Robert; Levy, Sheldon
Summary: This data collection measures the feelings and attitudes of 558 adults in the Detroit metropolitan area about other nations and what should be done in the world in 1964. Respondents were questioned extensively about their sources of information, the media, their political activities, and their organizational memberships. They were asked about the quality of information they received from the news media, their knowledge of foreign affairs, their feelings about developing nations, the United Natio... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR07403.v3
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