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The Resource CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011

CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011

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CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011
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CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011
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This poll, fielded August 2011, and the third of four, is part of a continuing series of monthly surveys that solicit public opinion on a range of political and social issues. This poll surveyed respondents who, in a previous poll, had identified themselves as family members or friends of individuals killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Details were sought regarding each respondent's relationship to a victim, whether the person was a first responder, and whether the person died at the Pentagon, the World Trade Center, or aboard the flight that crashed in Pennsylvania. Respondents were asked whether they had formed any close friendships with family members or friends of other victims, whether first responders and families of victims had been fairly compensated, and whether they felt their loved one had been properly memorialized. Surveyors also inquired on general aspects of respondents' lives since the attacks, including whether they had recovered financially and emotionally, whether they had suffered from a diagnosed mental health issue, and whether the events had caused them to change jobs or move their place of residence. Furthermore, respondents were asked to gauge the likelihood of another attack within the upcoming months, and whether they believed security initiatives implemented following the terrorist attacks had enhanced public safety at airports, bridges, tunnels, subways, and nuclear power plants. Opinions were also collected regarding United States military campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. Additional questions solicited views on Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's handling of the attack on the World Trade Center, on the planned redevelopment of the site at Ground Zero, and on the proposed mosque and Islamic community center two blocks from Ground Zero. Demographic information includes sex, age, race, marital status, education level, household income, religious preference, and political party affiliation
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CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011
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  • 2011-08
  • 34469
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CBS News/New York Times September 11th Families Poll, August #3, 2011
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  • 2011-08
  • 34469
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ICPSR34469.v1
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