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American National Election Studies: Cumulative Data

This database, offered by the Association of Religion Data Archives, is a merged single data file made up of questions that were asked in three or more of the bi-annual surveys surrounding mid-term elections and presidential election years between 1948 and 2004. The total of such cases is 47,438. Religion variables include church affiliation, church attendance, subjective importance of religion, beliefs about the Bible, and attitudes toward school prayer. Cumulatively, these 60 years of Religion data provide an excellent longitudinal study of key variables indicating religious attitude.

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