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Southern Focus Poll, Non-South Survey, 1993

U.S. Southerners tend to fall through the cracks between state surveys, and state surveys are unreliable for generalizing to the region. National surveys, on the other hand, usually contain too few Southerners to allow detailed examination. In 1993, the Institute for Research in Social Science and the Center for the Study of the American South sponsored a regional survey of the American South that included asking the same questions of non-Southerners, allowing for comparison and contrast. The data are archived on The Association of Religion Data Archives, a site that archives high-quality data sets for scholarly and public access, in three files: the South Survey Fall 1993, the South Survey Spring 1993 and the Non-South Survey Spring 1993.



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