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Survey of Texas Adults, 2004

How do you describe Texans? A 2003-2004 survey of Texas adults sampled information on seven aspects of Texans' lives, including civic engagement and attitudes, organizational memberships and giving behaviors, physical and mental health, health beliefs, religious activities and beliefs, volunteering practices, and personality, in addition to demographic data. The survey codebook is archived on the website of the Association of Religion Data Archives, an online archive of high quality national and international surveys that address religious belief and affiliation, often over time or across nations or ethnic groups. For more demographic material, read our "Best Resources for Demographic Research" and "Best Resources to Research Cultural Trends," and explore the range of topics under our "Research" tab. 



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