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PUBLIC OPINION / Crime

  • Attitudes toward approaches to lowering the crime rate in the United States, United States
    Table 2.28.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward approaches to lowering the crime rate in the United States, by demographic characteristics, Unites States
    • Table 2.0013.2006 2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.0013.2010 2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward the most important problem facing the country, United States
    Table 2.1.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward important issues for the government to address, United States
    Table 2.2 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward level of crime in the United States, United States
    Table 2.33.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward level of crime in the United States, by demographic characteristics, United States
    • Table 2.34 2003 -- PDF -- CSV
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  • Attitudes toward level of crime in own area, United States
    Table 2.35.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward level of crime in own area, by demographic characteristics, United States
    • Table 2.36 2003 -- PDF -- CSV
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  • Students age 12 to 18 reporting fear of school-related victimization, by student characteristics, United States
    Table 2.6.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents reporting fear of walking alone at night, United States
    Table 2.37.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents reporting whether they feel afraid to walk alone at night in their own neighborhood, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.38 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents reporting concern about crime victimization, by sex and race, United States
    • Table 2.39 2003 -- PDF -- CSV
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  • Respondents reporting whether they engaged in selected behaviors because of concern over crime, by sex and race, United States
    • Table 2.40 2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.40.2005 2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.40.2007 2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Students reporting involvement in delinquent activities at school, by grade level of respondent
    • Table 3.58 2002-2003 -- PDF -- CSV
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  • Students age 12 to 18 reporting fear of school-related victimization, by student characteristics, United States
    Table 2.6.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Students reporting involvement in delinquent activities at school, by grade level of respondent
    • Table 3.58 2002-2003 -- PDF -- CSV
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  • High school seniors reporting that they worry about selected social problems, United States
    Table 2.70 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors reporting that they worry about crime and violence, by sex, race, region, college plans, and illicit drug use, United States
    Table 2.71 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors' attitudes toward the legalization of marijuana use, United States
    Table 2.88 -- PDF -- CSV
  • High school seniors' attitudes toward legalization of the sale of marijuana if the use of marijuana were legal, United States
    Table 2.89 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward the biggest problems facing public schools, by school status, United States
    Table 2.4.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Respondents indicating too little is spent on selected problems in this country, United States
    Table 2.41 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward the level of spending to halt the rising crime rate, by demographic characteristics, United States
    Table 2.42 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward level of crime in own area, United States
    Table 2.35.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Attitudes toward level of crime in own area, by demographic characteristics, United States
    • Table 2.36 2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • Table 2.36.2004 2004 -- PDF -- CSV
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    • Table 2.36.2006 2006 -- PDF -- CSV
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    • Table 2.36.2011 2011 -- PDF -- CSV