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CASE

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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DAY OF INTERVIEW

Day of interview

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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SEX OF RESPONDENTS

Sex of respondents:

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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1. MOST IMPORTANT NYC PROBLEM

All trends are from previous New York Times/WCBS-TV New York City surveys unless otherwise indicated. The November 1973 Poll was conducted by Daniel Yankelovich, Inc. for The New York Times. The May and October 1978 polls were conducted by WCBS-TV o... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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2. WHERE WANT TO LIVE 5 YRS FROM NOW

2. Looking ahead about five years, if it was entirely up to you, would you want to be living where you are now, or somewhere else in the city, or in a suburb of New York City, or would you want to be living somewhere else? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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3. APP/DIS WAY KOCH HANDL JOB AS MAYOR

3. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Ed Koch is handling his job as Mayor?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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4. COMPARE B/W REL IN NYC TO 10 YRS AGO

4. Compared to ten years ago, do you think relations between blacks and whites in New York City are better than they were then, worse than they were then, or about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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4A. WHY RACE RELATIONS BETTER/WORSE NOW

4a. IF BETTER OR WORSE, ASK: What is the main reason you feel that way?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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5. RACE RELATIONS 5 YRS FROM NOW

5. Think about five years from now. Do you think race relations in New York City will be better, worse, or about the same as they are today? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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6. RACE IN CURRENT NEIGHBORHOOD

6. Is the neighborhood you now live in almost all white, mostly white, about half and half, mostly black, or almost all black?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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7. RACE PREFERENCES IN A NEIGHBORHOOD

7. If you could live in a neighborhood as good as the one you are living in now, would you personally prefer to live in a neighborhood with almost all whites, mostly whites, about half and half, mostly blacks, or almost all black? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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8. HOW RACE RELATIONS HAVE GOTTEN WORSE

8. There are many ways in which whites and blacks deal with each other in New York City. Regardless of your overall opinion, what do you think is the MAIN way that relations between whites and blacks have gotten worse in the last few years? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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9. HOW RACE RELATIONS HAVE GOTTEN BETTR

9. Regardless of your overall opinion, what do you think is the MAIN way that relations between whites and blacks have gotten better in the last few years? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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10. NYC GOVT ATTN TO NEEDS OF BLACKS

10. Do you think New York City government is paying too much attention, too little attention, or about the right amount of attention to the needs of blacks? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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11. HOW WHITES IN NYC FEEL ABT BLACKS

11. In general, how do you think people in New York City feel about people of other races? Do you think only a few WHITE people in New York City dislike blacks, many dislike blacks or almost all white people dislike blacks? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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12. HOW BLACKS IN NYC FEEL ABT WHITES

12. Do you think only a few BLACK people in New York City dislike whites, many dislike whites or almost all black people dislike whites?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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13. EDUCAT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST BLACKS

13. Since the 1960's, there have been many changes in the law to try to prevent various kinds of discrimination against blacks and other minorities. Think about how those changes have worked in New York City. In education, do you think discriminatio... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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14. HOUSING DISCRIMINATN AGAINST BLACKS

14. In housing, do you think discrimination against blacks has been eliminated, has it been reduced, has it stayed about the same, or has it actually increased? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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15. EMPLOY DISCRIMINATION AGAINST BLACKS

15. And in employment, do you think discrimination against blacks has been eliminated, has it been reduced, has it stayed about the same, or has it actually increased? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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16. TOKEN MINORITY EMPLOYEES

16. Some of the big companies in New York City say they are looking for educated blacks and Hispanics for important jobs in their companies. Do you think these companies are really looking for qualified blacks and Hispanics, or are they only looking... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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17. MAIN CAUSE OF BLACK UNEMPLOYMENT

17. What do you think is the main cause of black unemployment -- racial discrimination, OR blacks not having the right kinds of skills, OR blacks not wanting to work? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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18.WHITES IN NYC WANT BLACKS TO GET BREAK

18. On the whole, do you think most white people in New York City want to see black people get a better break, or do they want to keep blacks down, or don't they care one way or the other? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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19. FIRST WHITE LEADER

19. Who do you think are the two or three most important white leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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19. SECOND WHITE LEADER

19. Who do you think are the two or three most important white leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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19. THIRD WHITE LEADER

19. Who do you think are the two or three most important white leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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20. FIRST BLACK LEADER

20. Who do you think are the two or three most important black leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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20. SECOND BLACK LEADER

20. Who do you think are the two or three most important black leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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20. THIRD BLACK LEADER

20. Who do you think are the two or three most important black leaders in New York City? IF UNFAMILIAR NAME, ASK: And what does (he/she) do? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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21. APP/DIS WAY KOCH HANDL RACE REL NYC

21. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Ed Koch has been handling relations between blacks and whites in New York City?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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22. ASSUME BLACK OR WHITE ROBBED/MUGGED

22. Let's say you heard that a friend or relative was robbed or mugged. Without knowing who did it, would you be more likely to think that a black did it, or more likely to think that a white did it? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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23. NYC COURTS TOUGHER ON BLACKS/WHITES

23. Do you think the courts in New York City are generally tougher on whites than on blacks, OR tougher on blacks than on whites, or do the courts treat them both the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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24. NYC POLICE TOUGHER ON BLACKS/WHITES

24. Do you think New York City police are generally tougher on whites than on blacks, OR tougher on blacks than on whites, or do the police treat them both the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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25.HOW MUCH WARD DONE TO RELIEVE TENSION

25. Think about relations between the police force and the black community in the past few years. How much do you think Police commissioner Benjamin Ward has done to relieve tensions between the police and blacks -- a lot, some, or not much at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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26.DISCRIMINATD AGAINST ON RACIAL GROUNDS

26. In the last few years, do you believe you have been discriminated against on racial grounds for a job or a promotion?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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26A. WORKING IN NYC OR SOMEWHERE ELSE

26a. IF YES: Were you working in New York City or somewhere else when this happened?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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26. DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN NYC

26b. IF NOT NEW YORK CITY: Have you been discriminated against on racial grounds for a job or a promotion since you have been in New York City? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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27. PREFERENCE IN HIRING/PROMOT BLACKS

27. In cases where there has been job discrimination against blacks in the past, do you believe that preference in hiring or promotion should be given to blacks today? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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28. WHITES/BLACKS MAIN CRIME VICS IN NYC

28. Who do you think are the main victims of crime in New York City--white people or black people?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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29. MOST CRIMES AGAINST WHITES BY BLACKS

29. Some people say that most crimes against whites are committed by blacks. Do you think that is true, or don't you think so?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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30. RELATN HURT CUZ WHITES BLAME BLACKS

30. Do you think relations between blacks and whites in New York City are hurt by the fact that many whites blame blacks for most of the crimes against them? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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30A. HOW MUCH EFFECT YOU THINK THAT HAS

30a. IF YES, ASK: How much of an effect do you think that has? Does it have a great deal of effect on relations between blacks and whites, some effect, or not much effect at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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31. WHY MOST LIVE IN BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS

31. Why do you think most blacks in New York City live in neighborhoods that are mostly black? Do you think it is because they cannot afford to live somewhere else, OR because they are discriminated against by landlords and real estate agents, OR be... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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32. HOUSING DISCRIMINATION

32. In the last few years, do you believe you have been discriminated against on racial grounds for housing in New York City?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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33. EMPLOYED FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME

33. Are you employed full-time or part-time?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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34. WORK W/ALL OR MOSTLY WHITE OR BLACK

Q,34 TO Q,36 ASKED OF EMPLOYED RESPONDENTS ONLY 34. On your job do you work with almost all whites, mostly whites, mostly blacks, almost all blacks, or are half whites and half blacks? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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35. IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR WHITE OR BLACK

35. Is your own immediate supervisor white or black?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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36. SUPERVSR TREATS WHITES, BLACKS SAME

36. Do you feel your supervisor treats whites and blacks in the same way on the job?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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37. ARE YOU WHITE,BLACK,SOME OTHER RACE

ASK ALL RESPONDENTS 37. Are you white, black, or some other race?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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38/41. HOW OFTEN LUNCH W/COWORKERS: WH

WHITES AND BLACKS WERE ASKED Q.38 THROUGH Q43B 38/41. IF EMPLOYED, ASK: How often do you get together for lunch with (whites/blacks) you work with -- often, sometimes, rarely, or never? ... (view details)

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .


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39/42. FIVE CLOSEST FRIENDS: WHITE

39/42. Think about your five closest friends. Are any of them (black/white)?

Taken from: New York Times Race Relations Survey, March 1987: New York City .

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