Houston Area Survey, 1982-2010

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Which of these statements comes closer to your own view? More land-use planning would be good for Houston because it will improve the region's quality of life and long-term prosperity; or; More land-use planning would be bad for Houston because it will slow economic growth and increase the cost of housing. (08)
  -1) RF/DK
  1) Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity
  2) Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs

Category Frequency Percentage Cumulative Percentage Z-Score
RF/DK 114 16.2% 16.2% -2.04
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 429 61.1% 77.4% .11
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 159 22.6% 100% 1.18

Variable Comparisons


Age (I-AGE)

18-29 30-44 45-59 60-93 TOTAL
RF/DK 17.4%
20
15.9%
26
13.9%
32
17.8%
27
15.9%
105
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 65.2%
75
58.5%
96
62.3%
144
59.9%
91
61.3%
406
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 17.4%
20
25.6%
42
23.8%
55
22.4%
34
22.8%
151
TOTAL 100.0%
115
100.0%
164
100.0%
231
100.0%
152

662


Race (I-RACE)

Anglos Blacks Hispanics Asians Other TOTAL
RF/DK 14.4%
49
12.8%
18
18.9%
31
26.1%
6
30.8%
4
15.8%
108
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 62.5%
213
59.6%
84
61.6%
101
73.9%
17
46.2%
6
61.7%
421
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 23.2%
79
27.7%
39
19.5%
32
0.0%
0
23.1%
3
22.4%
153
TOTAL 100.0%
341
100.0%
141
100.0%
164
100.0%
23
100.0%
13

682


Religion (I-RELIGION)

Prostestant Catholic Jewish Other religion No religion TOTAL
RF/DK 15.1%
54
14.6%
24
16.7%
1
16.5%
14
20.0%
12
15.6%
105
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 60.5%
216
61.0%
100
50.0%
3
67.1%
57
65.0%
39
61.8%
415
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 24.4%
87
24.4%
40
33.3%
2
16.5%
14
15.0%
9
22.6%
152
TOTAL 100.0%
357
100.0%
164
100.0%
6
100.0%
85
100.0%
60

672


Gender (I-GENDER)

Male Female TOTAL
RF/DK 15.6%
51
16.8%
63
16.2%
114
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 62.7%
205
59.7%
224
61.1%
429
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 21.7%
71
23.5%
88
22.6%
159
TOTAL 100.0%
327
100.0%
375

702


Political ideology (I-POLITICS)

Conservative Moderate Liberal TOTAL
RF/DK 15.0%
40
16.5%
44
15.2%
17
15.7%
101
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 63.5%
169
59.2%
158
59.8%
67
61.1%
394
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 21.4%
57
24.3%
65
25.0%
28
23.3%
150
TOTAL 100.0%
266
100.0%
267
100.0%
112

645


Education (I-EDUC)

Less than 12th grade 12th grade 1-3 years of college Bachelor's degree (BA, BS) Some graduate level work Graduate degree (MA, MS, MBA, Med, MSW, PhD, JD, MD, DDS) TOTAL
RF/DK 37.5%
9
18.5%
29
13.4%
30
19.1%
35
24.0%
6
4.7%
4
16.2%
113
Land-use planning will improve the region's quality of life and prosperity 37.5%
9
52.9%
83
66.5%
149
56.3%
103
56.0%
14
81.2%
69
61.2%
427
Land-use planning will slow economy and increase housing costs 25.0%
6
28.7%
45
20.1%
45
24.6%
45
20.0%
5
14.1%
12
22.6%
158
TOTAL 100.0%
24
100.0%
157
100.0%
224
100.0%
183
100.0%
25
100.0%
85

698

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