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Middletown Area Study, 2004 (Added: September 07, 2005)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 2000 and every other year afterward. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 2004 study was designed to assess participation in political campaigns, the news resources used by participants, and attitudes about school voucher programs.

Middletown Area Study, 2002 (Added: September 07, 2005)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 2000 and every other year afterward. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 2002 study was designed to assess attitudes about the September 11 terrorist attacks and about Arabs.

Middletown Area Study, 2000 (Added: September 07, 2005)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 2000 and every other year afterward. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 2000 study was designed to assess attitudes about hate crimes, poverty, and gender and race discrimination.

Middletown Area Study, 1999 (Added: September 07, 2005)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 2000 and every other year afterward. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1999 study was designed to assess computer and internet use and adult caregiving responsibilities.

Middletown Area Study, 1997 (Added: June 29, 2000)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1998. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1997 study was designed to assess beliefs with regard to terminal illness, health care and health insurance, religious beliefs and practices, and attitudes regarding local police practices.

Middletown Area Study, 1998 (Added: June 29, 2000)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1998. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1998 study was designed to assess the nature of congregations, the "unchurched," and caregiving in "Middletown."

Middletown Area Study, 1983 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1983 survey focused on current events such as nuclear weapons, child abuse and the "moral majority."

Middletown Area Study, 1978 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1978 survey focused on lifestyle in Muncie, Indiana and overall life satisfaction.

Middletown Area Study, 1980 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1980 survey focused on contact with family, extent of discipline of children, marital satisfaction and task sharing, and other social issues and concerns.

Middletown Area Study, 1984 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1984 survey focused on religion and politics.

Middletown Area Study, 1982 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1982 survey focused on public attitudes toward life, economy, politics, education, family and religion.

Middletown Area Study (Spring), 1981 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1981 Spring survey focused on the degree of awareness of the services offered by Community Development and specific community services provided to the elderly. Attitudes concerning governmental funding of these services and abortion were also assessed.

Middletown Area Study, 1979 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1979 survey focused on public attitudes and perceptions of housing problems, employment, family life, subjective well-being and other social issues and concerns.

Middletown Area Study (Autumn), 1981 (Added: May 18, 1999)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1981 fall survey focused on mobility and politics.

Middletown Area Study, 1986 (Added: November 02, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1986 study focused on issues of "economic justice," religious beliefs, AIDS, and attitudes about computers in society.

Middletown Area Study, 1985 (Added: November 02, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The target of the 1985 study was Delaware County, Indiana, residents who were 18 years or older. Subjective and physical well-being, public attitudes and knowledge of AIDS and other social issues and concerns were the major focus.

Middletown Area Study, 1987 (Added: October 22, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1987 study was specifically designed to assess the degree of interaction between parents (60 years of age or older) and adult children. Topics of inquiry also included religion and politics, division of household labor, and attitudes about alcoholism.

Middletown Area Study, 1988 (Added: October 22, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1988 study was specifically designed to address issues pertaining to the 1988 presidential election. Social and political concerns such as disarmament, trade deficit, budget deficit and financial security were among the major topics covered. Also included were questions relevant to other social issues such as religion, education, racism and sexism.

Middletown Area Study, 1989 (Added: October 22, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1989 study was specifically designed to get an indication of public attitudes and perceptions of abuse of the elderly, problems of caregiving, subjective well-being, and other social issues and concerns.

Middletown Area Study, 1990 (Added: October 22, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1990 study was designed to get an indication of attitudes about abortion with relation to religious beliefs and other demographic variables. Topics of abuse and neglect of the elderly as well as political and religious ideology were also addressed.

Middletown Area Study, 1991 (Added: October 22, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1991 study assessed attitudes of people ages 60 and older on problems of abuse of the elderly, care giving, subjective well-being, medical care and other social issues and concerns.

Middletown Area Study, 1994 (Added: September 26, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1994 study was designed to assess the views and opinions of citizens on a number of issues that impact the community. In addition, the 1994 questionnaire focused on leisure activities and conservative religion.

Middletown Area Study, 1996 (Added: September 26, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1996 study was specifically designed to get an indication of voting patterns with relation to religious activities and other demographic variables.

Middletown Area Study, 1993 (Added: September 26, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1993 study was directed at a number of issues including religion, race relations, sexism, personal life satisfaction and political views.

Middletown Area Study, 1992 (Added: September 26, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The 1992 study was specifically designed to get an indication of voting patterns in relation to religious activities and other demographic variables. Topics of adoption, insurance and health care needs were also addressed.

Middletown Area Study, 1995 (Added: September 26, 1998)

Data for the Middletown Area Studies were collected every year from 1978 to 1997. The purpose of these studies was to assess the views and lifestyles of citizens on a diverse range of subjects. The major topics included questions on life satisfaction, education, income, family, religion, and politics. The objective of the 1995 study was to assess the views and opinions of the citizens of Delaware County, Indiana who were age 60 and older.