Public attitudes in a time of economic recession: the Texas environmental survey, 1990-1992
Klineberg, Stephen L.
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During the last two weeks of September, 1992, a representative sample of 1004 Texans from across the state participated in intensive 20-minute interviews, expressing their views on a wide variety of questions pertaining to environmental and political concerns. By replicating many questions from a similar survey conducted two years earlier, the data provided an analysis of the way the environmental concerns of Texans have been changing during a period of economic recession.