Sections

PUBLIC OPINION / Courts

  • Respondents' approval of the U.S. Supreme Court, United States
    Table 2.0032.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the Federal judicial branch including the U.S. Supreme Court, United States
    Table 2.0031.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.10.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, by demographic characteristics, United States
    • Table 2.14 2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2005 2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2006 2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2007 2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2008 2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2009 2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2010 2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2011 2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.9 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.15 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward severity of courts in own area, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.47 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.72 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of the U.S. Supreme Court, by sex, race, region, college plans, and illicit drug use, United States
    Table 2.74 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of the courts and the justice system in general, by sex, race, region, college plans, and illicit drug use, United States
    Table 2.75 -- PDF -- CSV
  • College freshmen reporting there is too much concern in the courts for the rights of criminals, by sex, United States
    Table 2.92.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • College freshmen reporting there is too much concern in the courts for the rights of criminals, by sex, United States
    Table 2.92.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward severity of courts in own area, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.47 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents' approval of the U.S. Supreme Court, United States
    Table 2.0032.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the Federal judicial branch including the U.S. Supreme Court, United States
    Table 2.0031.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.10.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents reporting their overall opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court, United States
    Table 2.0006.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, by demographic characteristics, United States
    • Table 2.14 2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2005 2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2006 2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2007 2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2008 2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2009 2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2010 2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.14.2011 2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.9 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reported confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.15 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.72 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of the U.S. Supreme Court, by sex, race, region, college plans, and illicit drug use, United States
    Table 2.74 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of selected institutions, United States
    Table 2.72 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting positive attitudes toward the performance of the U.S. Supreme Court, by sex, race, region, college plans, and illicit drug use, United States
    Table 2.74 -- PDF -- CSV