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2.) POLICE: In terms of living in the Tulsa area, how would you rate police protection?
3.) TRANSIT: Efforts to improve transportation in the city? excellent, good, fair, or poor?
4.) POLLUT: In terms of living in the Tulsa area, how would you rate the control of air and water pollution?
5.) JOBOPPS: How would you rate job opportunities? Would you say that they are excellent, good, fair, or poor?
6.) SCHOOLS: How would you rate public education? Would you say that it is excellent, good, fair, or poor?
7.) LEADERS: Quality of political leadership in Tulsa? Would you say that it is excellent, good, fair, or poor?
8.) DEEPWELL: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious is injecting chemical wastes into deep underground wells?
9.) CHANDLER: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious is the Chandler Park land fill which has been burning undergound?
10.) TORNADOS: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious are tornadoes?
11.) FLOODS: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious are floods?
12.) AIRPOL: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious is pollution in Tulsa's air?
13.) RIVPOL: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious is pollution in Tulsa's rivers and streams?
14.) UTILITYS: LOCAL PROBLEMS: How serious are utility rates?
15.) STREET: LOCAL PUBLIC ISSUES: What do you think about the plan to widen 71st Street to 6 lanes?
16.) DEATH: LOCAL PUBLIC ISSUES:What do you think about the increased use of the death penalty?
17.) GAYLIB: What do you think about the efforts to guarantee equal civil rights for homosexual men and women?
18.) PRISONS: LOCAL PUBLIC ISSUES: building of more prisons in order to reduce the early parole of prisoners?
19.) WOMEN: LOCAL PUBLIC ISSUES: What do you think about the efforts to strengthen women's rights in society?
20.) BUYOUT: LOCAL PUBLIC ISSUES:What do you think about the city's plan to buy out homes in areas that flood?
21.) YR2000: In the year 2000 will Tulsa be better than it is today, about the same, or worse than it is today?
22.) WIFESJOB: "It is more important for a wife to help her husband's career than to have one herself."
23.) WORKSUC: "If you work hard in this city, eventually you will succeed."
24.) LESSEVNT: "We should relax our effort to control pollution in order to improve the economy."
25.) ABORTION: Legal for a woman to obtain an abortion if she is married and does not want any more children."?
26.) RAPE: "It should be legal for a woman to obtain an abortion if the pregnancy is caused by rape."
27.) DISCRIM: Black Americans have worse jobs, income, and housing than white because continuing discrimination."
28.) ENUFTAX: "Tulsa city government has plenty of tax money to provide for all needed services."
29.) GENENG: "Genetic engineering-so called 'gene splicing'-should not be allowed."
30.) MORAL: "The world today is experiencing a great moral crisis."
31.) PAST3YRS: Has your financial situation been getting better, getting worse, or has it stayed about the same?
32.) NEXT3YRS: 4 years will you be better off financially than today, worse off, or about the same as today?
33.) MANYKIDS: A married couple should have as many children as they wish, as long as adequately provide for them.
34.) SHUTDOWN: "If an industry cannot control its pollution, the industry should be shut down."
35.) TOOCONS: Too much emphasis on conserving natural resources, and not enough on using them, in recent years.
36.) POLLBURD: "Pollution control measures have created unfair burdens on industry."
37.) PRIVOWN: Nat. resources are privately owned, society should have no control over what owner does with them.
38.) TAXBABES: Control pop., our government should increase the taxes of couples who have more than two children.
39.) PUNISH: "Managers of polluting industries should be punished by fines or imprisonment."
40.) PRESERVE: "Natural resources must be preserved for the future, even if people must do without."
41.) CHIPSBAD: "The computer revolution will ultimately destroy more jobs than it creates."
42.) FATHERS: More important for a father to be involved in the lives of his children than make money?
43.) UNFAIR: "People who work hard and live by the rules are not getting a fair break these days."
44.) BABES: Couples who have trouble having babies should be able to go to clinics with in-vitro fertilization.
45.) KEEPENVT: Have efforts to control pollution, even if this slows down the economy and increases unemployment.
46.) LETDIE: People on life support should be allowed to die, if their family and doctor agree.
47.) POORLAZY: The poor don't have the motivation or will power to pull themselves up out of poverty.
48.) MORETAX: Tulsa must be willing to pay the extra penny sales tax in order to provide for needed services.
49.) CHLDHOOD: As a kid, large metropolitan area, medium-sized city, a small city, a small town, or in a farm area?
51.) HOWLONG: For how many years have you lived in the Tulsa area?
53.) HOCHANGE: Tulsa conditions have been getting better, getting worse, or have they stayed about the same?
54.) EDUC: What is the highest grade of school or year of college that you've completed?
55.) WORKING: Working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house, retired, or doing something else?
57.) MARRIAGE: Are you married, separated, divorced, widowed, or have you never been married?
58.) SPOUSEWK: (Wife/husband) working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house, doing something else?
61.) RELIGION: What is your religious preference?
62.) RELIMP: How important would you say religion is in your life?
63.) BIBLE: Which one of the following statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible?
64.) POLITICS: Do you think of your politics as generally conservative, moderate, or liberal?
65.) CANVOTE: Are you registered to vote at this time?
66.) PRESVOTE: Did you vote in the Presidential election last fall?
67.) INCOME: Your total household income for 1984.
68.) ETHGROUP: Would you say you are white, Black, American Indian, Hispanic, or something else?
70.) SEX: Sex of the respondent:
71.) OWN: Do you own or rent your house or apartment?
72.) I-AGE: How old were you on your last birthday? (Recoded for use with on-line analysis.)
73.) I-SEX: Sex of the respondent: (For use with on-line analysis.)
74.) I-RACE: White, Black, American Indian, Hispanic, or something else? (Recoded for use with on-line analysis.)
75.) I-MARITAL: Married, separated, divorced, widowed, or never been married? (Recoded for on-line analysis.)
76.) I-RELIG: What is your religious preference?(Recoded for use with on-line analysis.)