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 Chile
 Columbia
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 Dominican Republic
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 Paraguay
 Peru
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 Tobago and Trinidad
 Uraguay
 Venezuela
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    Title Page
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    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents
    Acknowledgement
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    Introduction
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    Data archives
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LATIN AMERICA DATA CATALOG
















Published By

The Roper Research Center

Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267 U.S.A.








TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS i

INTRODUCTION ii

DATA ARCHIVES

The Roper Public Opinion Research Center iii
International Data Library and Reference Service viii
The Inter-University Consortium for Political Research ix
Latin American Data Bank x

ARGENTINA 1

BOLIVIA 20

BRAZIL 22

CHILE 111

COLOMBIA 130

COSTA RICA 141

CUBA 152

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 155

ECUADOR 158

EL SALVADOR 165

GUATEMALA 170

HAITI 176

HONDURAS 177

JAMAICA 182

MARTINIQUE 184

MEXICO 185

NICARAGUA 201

PANAMA 204

PARAGUAY 210

PERU 212

PUERTO RICO 220

TOBAGO AND TRINIDAD 225

URUGUAY 226

VENEZUELA 238

VIRGIN ISLANDS 253

Cross-National Studies 254







ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


The preparation and publication of this catalog represents one part of

a two-part project supported by a grant from the Tinker Foundation to the

Roper Public Opinion Research Center. In addition to the cataloguing of

Latin American data sets located in the United States, the grant made pos-

sible the cleaning and reformatting of Latin American survey data sets on

deposit at the Roper Center. The Center acknowledges with sincere apprecia-

tion the funding provided by----

The Tinker Foundation
Miss Martha T. Muse, President

The Center also wishes to thank the other major U. S. data archives for

permission to cite their Latin American holdings and for assistance provided:

the University of California (Berkeley) Survey Research Center, the University

of Florida Latin American Data Bank, and the University of Michigan Institute

for Social Research.

Most of the citations of non-archival data in this catalog resulted from

two mail surveys. The first, carried out by the Roper Center, was a general

inquiry made to affiliated members of the Consortium of Latin American Studies

Programs (CLASP). The second survey was coordinated by Carl W. Deal of the

Scholarly Resources Committee, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), and

was sent to the membership of LASA as well as CLASP representatives. The

assistance Mr. Deal and the LASA Scholarly Resources Committee, together with

those individual scholars who took the time to respond to this survey, is much

appreciated.

The senior editor of the catalog was Merryn Spurrier. She and Marion

Goethals prepared under the general supervision of Paul Voss, each of the survey

content abstracts. Barbara Bump, Marjorie Duby, and Marion Wilkin ably con-

verted the manuscript to typescript.

Philip K. Hastings, Director
Roper Public Opinion Research Center
March, 1976








INTRODUCTION


This catalog, prepared by the staff of The Roper Public Opinion Research

Center and funded by The Tinker Foundation, is an annotated inventory of

machine-readable data from Latin America located in the United States. It

brings together information on the data holdings of four major North American

data archives:


Roper Public Opinion Research Center--Williams College (RPORC)
University of California (Berkeley)--International Data Library and
Reference Service (IDLRS)
University of Michigan--Institute for Social Research (ICPR)
University of Florida--Latin American Data Bank (LADB)


In addition, citations are included for many data sets not presently

part of a major data bank but held by individual researchers at other academic

locations in this country. The central purpose of the catalog is to make

known the abundance of Latin American data in the United States accessible

for purposes of secondary analysis by research scholars around the world.

It is anticipated that this inventory will serve to facilitate and stimulate

both basic and applied social science investigations of Latin American

populations.

Data sets cited in this catalog focus on a wide range of substantive

issues and are drawn from a variety of populations. Citations are organized

first by country (alphabetically). Within each country the data sets are

subdivided into categories: (1) sample survey data held by major archives,

(2) census enumeration, other aggregate data, and miscellaneous data sets

held by major archives, and individual scholars in the United States.

Within each category, the data are organized chronologically.


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THE ROPER PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH CENTER


The establishment of the Roper Center almost three decades agol was at

that time a highly innovative if not unique effort in the world of social

science. The importance of the resource has since been attested to by the

dramatic increase in the use of the Center by both the American and inter-

national community of social science scholars. The Roper Center has become

not only a national, but an international resource. In 1946, the Center's

data bank consisted of 115 Roper studies. At present, it contains over

15,000 data sets (dating from 1936) contributed by 122 survey research

organizations in 74 countries. More than 400 of these data sets are based

on samples of Latin American populations and include surveys from 25 countries

in South and Central America and the Caribbean region.

Most important, the usage of the Roper Center by the community of

scholars, government agencies, foundations, and non-profit research organi-

zations has in twenty-seven years grown from fifteen accesses annually to

over 2,500 per year. At present, forty-five educational institutions in the

United States and Canada have formally affiliated with the Roper Center

through its International Survey Library Association program, an active

partnership between the Roper Center and the academic community.


ISLA Program


Through membership in the ISLA Program, educational institutions provide

faculty and students with direct access to Roper Center data services at no

cost to the individual.

All major policy matters are charted and decisions made by an Executive

Committee drawn from the membership of the Library Association Program. Mem-

bership on the Committee rotates among the member institutions, and the

Chairman of the Committee is a voting member of the Center's Board of Directors.


1. Through Williams College, surveys conducted by Roper Research
Associates, Incorporated were made available to scholars as early as 1946.
Since 1957, the Gallup organization and its foreign affiliates, plus many
other research organizations, have been placing their data at the Roper Center.


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The main advantages of membership in the program are:

(1) The member institution plays an active, decision-making role in the

operation and development of the Center.

(2) Duplicates of approximately 75% of the 15,000 data sets in the Center's

bank may be obtained as permanent acquisitions. Only 40% of the hold-

ings in the data bank may be obtained on this basis by non-Association

institutions.

(3) The financial burden in using the Center's data and services is shifted

from the individual scholar to his or her institution.

(4) Service fees charged to members are approximately 35% less than those

applicable for users located at non-member institutions.


Annual membership fees for the ISLA program are determined in the

following manner:

(1) Single Institution

Size of Institution Minimum* Minimum*
(Number of resident students) Units Per Year Annual Fee

Under 1500 47.5 $ 600
Between 1500 and 5000 85.0 1200
Between 5000 and 10,000 122.5 1800
Over 10,000 160.0 2400

*Institutions may purchase additional units at the rate of $16.00 per unit.

(2) Non-profit Research Institutions

Research institutions or centers may affiliate with the Library Associa-

tion in the same manner as single academic institutions except that the

minimum level of annual membership is $1200 (85.0 service units).

(3) Multiple Institution

Two or more academic institutions may choose to participate jointly in

the International Survey Library Association. While the administrative

responsibilities of the Center's Local Representative may be slightly

increased under such an arrangement, the institutions enjoy both a

greater degree of flexibility regarding level of membership and economies

of scale realized through the sharing of selected Center services. The

annual fee for a multiple institution membership is determined as follows:


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a. For ten or fewer institutions, the annual fees which these institu-

tions would normally pay as single institution members (as determined

above) are reduced by 30 percent and then totaled. This figure, which

is 70 percent of what these institutions would together pay as indi-

vidual members, is the minimum fee required for multiple institution

membership. Of course, these institutions might elect a higher level

of membership if desired.



b. For ten or more institutions wishing to jointly affiliate with the

Library Association, the minimum annual membership fee is 60 percent

of what these institutions would together pay as individual members.


Data Service

Generally, the Roper Center provides three main types of service to its

users: (1) search and retrieval; (2) data set reproduction; and (3) analysis.

A typical processing of the main types of service requests involves the fol-

lowing steps:

Step 1: For data from some countries, the Roper Center's staff can search

the archive's question index files for items relevant to a scholar's

research problem. The output sent to the researcher is a listing,

either computer-generated or xeroxed, of potentially relevant ques-

tions (text, month and year of survey, approximate sample size, and

identification of survey organization). The Center does not currently

maintain a question index file for its data holdings from Latin

America. Detailed subject searches are therefore performed by visually

examining potentially relevant questionnaires. The existence of this

catalog inventory of Latin American data greatly facilitates the initial

screening of specific data sets for subject content and coverage. More-

over, the researcher himself can now be involved much more in this

process right from the beginning.


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Step 2: At this stage users may request a copy of the questionnaires) con-

taining the item(s) of central importance to their research. The ques-

tionnaire indicates what other attitudinal/behavioral variables and

demographic data were also included in the survey. Xerox copies of

questionnaires may be purchased from the Roper Center.

A second option for the user is to order a copy of the entire code-

book which provides such additional information as: open-ended ques-

tion response categories; sampling specifications; and, for nearly all

of the Latin American studies in the Roper Center archive cited in this

catalog, the marginal distributions for each question.

The cost of questionnaires or codebooks is credited in its entirety

if the purchaser ultimately buys a duplicate of the response data for

the study.


Step 3 Alternative A Analysis: Upon written authorization from the re-

searcher and following his or her specifications, the Roper Center's

technical staff will process the data. Analysis requests typically

involve one or more of the following:

Marginal (total sample) results with percentages

Multi-variable cross-tabulations with percentages (the Roper Center's
present programming capacity is at the five variable level). Cost
estimates are provided on request.


Step 3 Alternative B Data set reproduction: A data set consists of the

response data on magnetic tape or punch cards, and collateral documen-

tation including sampling procedures, weighting processes, population

universe, etc. Typically, public opinion survey data are coded using

the column binary or multi/alphabetic punch method of coding. The

necessary software for handling data written in this format is not

widely available. Therefore, the Center has developed the necessary

routines to reformat the data into expanded acceptable BCD card or tape

records. Most of the Center's Latin American data sets are now avail-

able immediately in reformatted data files, and data tapes for these

files can be written according to a wide array of specifications to


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accommodate the variety of specific needs at computing installations

around the world.


More than 90 percent of the Roper Center surveys cited in this catalog

may be obtained on a straight purchase basis. Duplicates of the remaining

data may be obtained on loan. The essential term of the loan agreement is:

"Not to reduplicate card decks (or tapes) for further
rediffusion unless permission to do so has been granted
in writing by the Roper Public Opinion Research Center."

The initial term of the loan is typically one year, but loans may be renewed

annually (at no further cost to the user) for as long as the recipient wishes

to use the data.

For search/retrieval services, the fees cover staff time at an hourly

rate, materials, machine and postage costs plus a small overhead. Analysis

fees are made on a per table basis, and data set reproduction on a per study

basis. A detailed fee schedule may be obtained by writing to:


The Roper Public Opinion Research Center
P. O. Box 624
Williams College
Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267


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INTERNATIONAL DATA LIBRARY AND REFERENCE SERVICE


The International Data Library and Reference Service, originally set up

under an NSF grant, is now a part of the Survey Research Center Data Library

at the University of California, Berkeley. SRC's Data Library assists

scholars on the Berkeley campus in obtaining and using machine-readable

social science data, including all studies conducted by SRC, Berkeley; studies

conducted by other survey research organizations, United States census data,

election studies, and materials from the Inter-University Consortium for

Political Research, as well as the special IDLRS collection on Asia and Latin

America. Scholars at other institutions can obtain codebooks, data, and

assistance at cost; a complete catalog is available for $12.

Codebooks are available for all studies, but use of some data is

restricted. Data access categories are as follows: (1) UNRESTRICTED USE

means that the study is available upon request; (2) PEPMISSION REQUIRED means

that the codebooks are available upon request, but the original investigator

must be contacted before the data can be released; (3) DATA ON CLOSED FILE

indicates that the original investigator is still working on his analysis and

does not want the data released until his work is complete.

Inquiries should be addressed to:

Data Librarian
International Data Library and Reference Service
Survey Research Center
University of California
Berkeley, California 94720


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THE INTER-UNIVERSITY CONSORTIUM

FOR POLITICAL RESEARCH


The Inter-University Consortium for Political Research, created in 1962,

is committed to the several objectives of an inter-disciplinary, inter-

university research and training facility for the social sciences. These

objectives include: 1) maintain archives of machine-readable social and

political data that will serve a variety of research and training needs;

2) conduct training programs in research design and methods of quantitative

analysis as applied to social inquiry; and 3) develop and distribute computer-

based systems of social data management and statistical analysis which offer

a wide range of opportunities of maximizing the use of the archives.

Initially, ICPR archival holdings centered around the major election

studies of the Michigan Survey Research Center and a few early quantitative

studies done elsewhere. As the entries in this catalog of Latin American

data suggest, a broader substantive collection is now available. In response

to a number of stimuli, not the least of which has been the shifting focus of

scholarly activity, an increasing number of non-American, comparative studies

are coming into the various archives. Sub-national aggregate data on social

structure, public policy and political life for several countries are now

also available.

Inquiries should be addressed to:

Inter-University Consortium for Political Research
P.O. Box 1248
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106


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LATIN AMERICAN DATA BANK


The Latin American Data Bank of the University of Florida (LADB) is an

interdisciplinary social science data archive. It constitutes one of the

largest collection of statistical data based in development-related fields

concerning Latin America. The data are kept in the lowest possible level of

disaggregation, which may be at the individual level (as in the case of

censuses), at the household level (as in the case of surveys), or at the

lowest administrative divisions of a country (as in the case of areal

indicators). Created in 1965 by a joint effort of the Department of

Political Science and the Center for Latin American Studies, the LADB is an

Administrative Division under the Center for Latin American Studies.

The LADB services requests not only from the faculty and graduate

students at the University of Florida but also from scholars all over the

world who agree neither to rediffuse LADB data sets nor to contract with

third parties for their use or exploitation. The services of the LADB,

however, are restricted to the academic community and non-profit

organizations.

Inquiries should be addressed to:

Latin American Data Bank
Center for Latin American Studies
471 Grinter Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32605






ARGENTINA

SAMPLE SURVEYS

1960

Stratification and Mobility in Four Latin American Cities (Germani)

Sample A (household members): N= 5764 (x 1)
Sample B (heads of households): N= 2077 (x 4)

Sample A: Ascertains demographic information, details of the respondent's
employment and foreign backgrounds of those who have immigrated to Argentina.
Respondent's native language, his familiarity with it, and his feelings of
affection for his native country.

Sample B: Respondent's country of birth and arrival in Argentina. Leisure
activities, outlook on life, attitudes toward people, familiarity with his
native language and country. Respondent's occupational history beginning at
age 21. Father's and grandfather's occupational history. Derived measures of
occupational mobility and generational change.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Chile.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB (sample B only), ICPR
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1961

International Relations (USIA LA-8)

Sample: N= 1712 (x 3) Age 18 and over Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Bahia Blanca,
Mendoza, Parana, Salta, Pergamino Province, San Rafael Province, Catamarca
Province.

Most important problems facing Argentina; attitude toward U.S., Cuba, U.S.S.R.,
China, Brazil; attitude toward premiers of U.S., Cuba, U.S.S.R., Brazil;
advisability of alliance with U.S. or U.S.S.R.; concurrence of Argentinian
interests with those of U.S., Cuba, U.S.S.R., China; effort of world powers to
prevent world war; preeminence of U.S. or U.S.S.R. in military and economic
strength, scientific technology; projected strongest world leader in the future;
attitude toward redistribution of land, expropriation of Argentinian and foreign-
owned property; appropriate extent of compensation for expropriated or
redistributed property; attitude toward military and economic aid from U.S.S.R.,
China; knowledge of, attitude toward Fidel Castro; Castro's Cuban regime as
model for Argentina; influence of Castro, communism in Latin America;
satisfaction with present quality of life; sensitivity of the U.S. and U.S.S.R.
to Argentinian national interests; knowledge of, knowledge of U.S. and
Argentinian membership in, attitude toward the "Organization of American States"
(OAS); frequency of radio listening, T.V. watching; frequency of listening to
various foreign short-wave broadcasts; origin of shortwave broadcasts heard and
language in which heard; foreign newspapers or periodicals read; activities
engaged in yesterday; access to a T.V.; major sources of information about the
U.S.; effect of recent U.S. policies on Argentina and expectation of future
effects; knowledge of U.S. aid to Argentina in past and future; motives for
U.S. aid to Argentina; interest in politics.

Demographics: Sex; age (4 categories); education; socio-economic class; race;
occupation.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.


Locus: RPORC







ARGENTINA 1961 (continued)

International Relations Survey

Sample: N= 1712

Locus: LADB



Undergraduates and Graduates in Medicine, Exact Sciences, and Economics

Sample: N= 1339 (x 4)

Locus: IDLRS




1962

Proficiency of High School Students

Sample: N= 1105 (x 2)

Locus: IDLRS



Alliance for Progress (USIA LA-13)

Sample: N= 1540 (x 2)

Satisfaction with past and present standard of living; expectation of change
in standard of living and projected satisfaction with same; changes needed to
improve quality of life in Argentina; attitude toward land and tax reform and
expropriation of foreign-owned industries; appropriate extent of compensation
for expropriated land or industry; assessment of U.S. and Argentina communists'
attitudes toward proposed land reform; assessment of Argentina government's
attitude toward land and tax reform; confidence in the imminent execution of
land reform and enactment of tax reform; necessity of violence to effect land
reform; projected change in respondent's taxes after tax reform and willingness
to pay higher taxes; preference for government or private ownership of major
industries; attitude toward Mexico, the U.S.S.R., U.S.; knowledge of and
attitude toward Fidel Castro; knowledge and source of recent foreign economic
aid to Argentina; effect of U.S. aid on Argentina's development; equitable
distribution of U.S. aid to Argentina; U.S. motives for economic aid to
Argentina and attitude toward same; knowledge of, source of knowledge about,
country which initiated "Alliance for Progress" (AFP); source of most extensive
knowledge about AFP; length of time since formation of AFP; objectives of AFP;
attitude toward, evaluation of the progress of, expected effectiveness of AFP;
expected division of funds between the U.S. and AFP member countries; knowledge
of the form of U.S. aid (loans or grants); expected change in amount of U.S.
aid under AFP; criteria for receiving AFP funds and attitude toward same;
responsibility for failure of AFP; priority uses for AFP aid; present and
desirable degree of U.S. and communist influence in Argentina, sensitivity of
the U.S. government and business to Argentinian national interests;
advisability of alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; leadership capability of
the U.S.; attitude toward U.S. support for dictatorships; frequency of
listening to various listed shortwave radio broadcasts; country of origin of
favorite films; impression of America from American movies; interest in
politics; party preference; likelihood of being asked about politics or current
affairs.







ARGENTINA 1962 (continued)

Demographics: Age (5 categories); education; occupation of respondent and
head of household; marital status; total household income; total number in
household; sex; socio-economic class.

Same survey questionnaire used in:
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC, LADB (Argentina only)
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1963

Election Survey

Sample: N= 1383 (Buenos Aires, Partidos Suburbanos, Mar Del Plata and Bahia
Blanca.)

Importance of the forthcoming general elections, the effect possible candidates
would have on the country in general, economic corruption, and economic
progress and changes. Attitudes toward radical candidates and voting policies.

Demographics: Education; occupation; employment status; sex; age.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



Bi-National Cultural Centers

Sample: N= 4193 (x 3) Men and women, age 15 and over, in greater Buenos
Aires, Cordoba, Mendoza, Salta and Villa Maria.

Knowledge of and attitudes toward bi-national cultural centers; knowledge of
"Alliance for Progress" (AFP); attitude toward international political
problems; exposure to media and reading habits.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS



Role of the University in Development of Political Consensus (Nasatir)

Sample: N= 1660 (x 4) University students and non-students in Buenos Aires,
Mendoza, Cordoba, Rosario and Resistencia.

Influences in the respondent's choice of a major field of study, study habits,
participation in university government, social contacts within the university,
and the prestige of a university education. Perception of stratification,
occupational status, and attitudes toward group interests.

Demographics: Age; sex; marital status; religion; residence during childhood;
father's education; father's occupation; father's income.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR


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Buenos Aires Fertility Survey

Sample: N= 2136 (x 4) Women, ages 20-50, in Buenos Aires.

Changes in, desirable changes in population size of Argentina; ideal and
desired number of children; ideal age for marrying; desired interval between
consecutive births; age at which should stop bearing children; age at which
moved to capital city; daily hours worked; monthly living expenses; rent
payed; desired education for eldest daughter; career goals for eldest son;
religiousity; recent changes in frequency of infant mortality; index of
traditionalism, including appropriate roles for women, confidence in concept
of progress, appropriate parent-child relationship, advisability of
integration of sexes in school; frequency of reading newspapers and magazines;
major decision-maker with regard to domestic issues and children's education;
frequency of husband's help with housework; adequacy of spare time; husband's
use of weekends; ever discussed desired family size with husband; estimated
number of children husband wants; obstacles to bearing additional children;
approval of family planning; person appropriate to advise on birth control;
number of years until additional children desired; acceptable circumstances
for using birth control; knowledge of, source of knowledge about, use of
various listed birth control methods; when began using birth control and
person who suggested use of same; interest in birth control pills; frequency
of birth control use; currently pregnant or sterile.

Demographics: Number of live births; number of living and dead children at
present; age (8 categories); size of respondent's and husband's birthplace;
marital status; education of respondent and husband; occupation of respondent,
father, husband, father-in-law; number of dependents; religion; number of
children in family of orientation; number of pregnancies, spontaneous and
induced abortions; birthdate; marriage date.

Same survey questionnaire used in:
Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB



Political Apathy in Rosaria

Sample: N= 560 (2 samples)

Past and present levels of political interest; voting patterns; sources of
political information; opinions of the principles on which political parties
stand. Interactions of the government with the people; the right of the state
to intervene in economic activity and the equal representation of all social
classes in the government.

Demographics: Sex, age, education, occupation, and income level of the
respondents.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR


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International Relations (USIA WSI)

Sample: N= 481 (x 2) Age 18 and over, in Buenos Aires.

Attitude toward Brazil, Mexico, Soviet Union, U.S., China; advisability of
alliance with U.S. or U.S.S.R.; concurrence of Argentina's national interest
with that of the U.S., Soviet Union; effort of the world powers to prevent
world war, to achieve disarmament or arms limitation; attitude toward recent
Soviet, U.S. role in international affairs; sensitivity of the U.S. to
Argentinan national interest; consistency of rhetoric and action in U.S.,
Soviet, Chinese foreign policy; leadership capability of the U.S.; projected
strongest world power in the future; preeminence of the U.S. or U.S.S.R. in
military capability, economic and scientific development; attitude toward
disarmament, arms limitation in Latin America; necessity of international
monitoring organization to achieve disarmament; advisability of unilateral
disarmament; disarmament as a realistic possibility; advisability of a
nuclear test ban treaty without provision for monitoring; knowledge of and
attitude toward Fidel Castro; present and desirable influence of Castro and
communism in Argentina; knowledge of, attitude toward U.S. handling of recent
Cuban crisis; relative gains of the U.S. and U.S.S.R. during Cuban crisis;
change in attitude toward the U.S. and U.S.S.R. as result of Cuban crisis;
change in the likelihood of nuclear war as result of Cuban crisis;
responsibility for outcome of Cuban crisis; knowledge of and attitude toward
U.S. naval base in Cuba; characterization of and projected future of Sino-
Soviet relations; likelihood of nuclear war, use of nuclear weapons during
war, and chances for survival during nuclear war; wisdom and discretion of
U.S. conduct during a war.

Demographics: Sex; age (3 categories); education; socio-economic class;
occupation; ownership of radio in working condition; party affiliation.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela.


Locus: RPORC

1964

International Relations (USIA WSII)

Sample: N= 517 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over, Buenos Aires.

Most important problem facing Argentina; satisfaction with present standard
of living; citizen participation in politics; satisfaction with influence of
the individual and various special interest groups in Argentina; needed
improvements in Argentina; probable effect of a larger population; approval
of family planning; preferred number of political parties; interest in
international affairs; most admired Latin American political leader; recent
Soviet and U.S. conduct in international affairs; country most sensitive to
Argentinian interests; attitude toward Brazil, U.S.S.R., U.S., China; effect
of the U.S., U.S.S.R. on Argentinian development; U.S., U.S.S.R. policy in
Argentina; concurrence of U.S., U.S.S.R. and Argentinian interests; assessment
of extent of individual freedom in the U.S., U.S.S.R.; distribution of wealth
in the U.S. and U.S.S.R.; effort of world powers to prevent world war;
preeminence of the U.S. or U.S.S.R. in military, economic, education,
scientific development; preference for superior military strength of the U.S.
or U.S.S.R.; projected strongest world power in the future; advisability of
alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; knowledge of, attitude toward, country
most responsible for, effect on future disarmament of recent nuclear test ban
treaty; advisability of a nuclear test ban treaty without provisions for
monitoring; advisability of alliance with communist or non-communist blocks;
knowledge of Argentinian membership in the United Nations (U.N.); evaluation
of the U.N.; advisability of establishing a permanent U.N. armed force;


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assessment of treatment of black people in Brazil, U.S., U.S.S.R., South
Africa; knowledge and influence on opinion of the U.S. of recent U.S. racial
conflicts; knowledge of and attitude toward Fidel Castro; effect of the Cuban
revolution on Cubans; evaluation of recent U.S. policy toward Cuba; influence
of "Castroism" in Argentina; U.S. support for military juntas in Latin
America; approval of proposal to insure continuation of Latin American
democracies; knowledge, evaluation of the progress and expected effectiveness
of "Alliance for Progress" (AFP); emphasis in AFP on self-help or U.S. aid;
responsibility for success of AFP; adequacy of Argentinian, U.S. backing for
AFP; newspaper preference; frequency of listening to various foreign radio
broadcasts and language in which heard.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of household; union membership;
marital status; party affiliation; sex; socio-economic status; age (7 categories);
education.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC


1965

Political Survey

Sample: N= 364 Adults, age 18 and over, in the zones of Velez Sarsfield and
Avellaneda.

Priority problems facing Argentina; intention to vote in next election; vote
recall in previous 3 elections; candidate choices for next elections; intention
to vote for a candidate not previously supported; party slate intend to vote
for in next election; people with whom politics discussed; concurrence of
respondent's and friends votes.

Demographics: Party affiliation; sex; age (6 categories); education;
occupation; socio-economic class.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



International Relations (USIA WSIII)

Sample: N= 507 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over, in the metropolitan area of
Buenos Aires.

Most important problem facing Argentina; evaluation of recent development in
Argentina; assessment of quality of life; necessity for reforms; need for
force to accomplish change; assessment of various listed groups' attitude
toward change; preference for government or private ownership of industries;
attitude toward expropriation of foreign-owned industry; estimated changes in
population size; attitude toward increases in Argentina and world population,
birth control programs; knowledge of, projected future strength of the United
Nations; criteria for, number of votes of U.N. members; necessity of U.N.
members' bearing costs of programs of which they disapprove; admission of
China to the U.N.; advisability of communist accession to power in Argentina
and means to accomplish same; communism as a threat; knowledge of, source or
knowledge about, attitude toward, achievements of, benefits of "Alliance for
Progress" (AFP); emphasis in AFP on self-help or U.S. aid; fair distribution
of AFP aid among member countries; motives of U.S. AFP aid; attitude toward
U.S., U.S.S.R., China; concurrence of U.S., U.S.S.R., Chinese and Argentina's
interests; effort of U.S. to prevent world war; recent U.S., U.S.S.R. role in


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ARGENTINA 1965 (continued)

international affairs; strongest world power now and in the future;
preeminence of the U.S. and U.S.S.R. in military and scientific technology;
space achievements; country which will first accomplish moon landing and
importance of doing so; knowledge of, effect on Chinese strength of a Chinese
nuclear test explosion; sympathies in Vietnam war; advisability of
Argentinian aid to South Vietnam; approval of Soviet, Chinese, U.S. policies
in Vietnam; justification for U.S. involvement in Santo Domingo; communism as
a threat in Santo Domingo; effectiveness of the "Organization of American
States" (OAS) in dealing with crises; advisability of contribution of
Argentinian troops to an inter-American peace force; assessment of treatment
of Negroes, government equal rights measures, white people's attitude toward
equal rights in the U.S.; most reliable news source; frequency of T.V.
watching and radio listening; most trustworthy foreign broadcast; interest
in international affairs; party preference.

Demographics: Education; occupation of respondent and head of household;
union membership; marital status; age (9 categories); sex; family size; socio-
economic class.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC
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1966

"Alboreal" Book Collection Study

Sample: N= 801 Random sampling of purchasers of the Alboreal Book
Collection. Age 15 and over, in Buenos Aires, Bahia Blanca, Cordoba, and
Rosario.

Source of information about national and international events; most and least
reliable source of news; frequency of newspaper and magazine reading, movie-
going, TV viewing, radio listening; magazines read; access to TV; number of
books read recently; subject of and source of most recent book read; book
collections owned; length of time owned a book collection; total books in the
collection; family members who have read books from collection owned; books
from "Alboreal" collection read; first and most interesting "Alboreal" volume
read; intention to read more books in "Alboreal" collection; interest of
"Alboreal" books compared to others; suggested additions to "Alboreal"
collection; evaluation of "Alboreal" collection; knowledge of, facilities of,
financing of the "Argentine-North American Cultural Institute"; assessment of
the public's attitude toward the institute.

Demographics: Age (8 categories); marital status; education; occupation of
respondent and head of household; sex; socio-economic class.

Locus: RPORC
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1967

The Arab-Israeli War (#OP 505)

Sample: National sample of two groups. (A: N= 223) (B: N= 185) Young people
and adults, age 12 and over.

Locus: RPORC


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ARGENTINA 1967 (continued)

Sacerdotal Opinion (#3)

Sample: N= 902 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over, in the federal capital,
Conurbano Bonaer, Tucuman.

Knowledge of Catholic moral precepts; influence of Catholicism on morality;
confidant on serious moral problems; satisfaction with church positions on
divorce, birth control, marital fidelity; advisability of changing church
morality; desirability of rapid change in church morality; clergy conduct
compared to the laity; appropriate dress of clergy; attitude toward clergy
celibacy; attitude toward a relative becoming a priest; most shocking
qualities or conduct in a priest; appropriateness of various jobs or
functions for priests (e.g., teaching, business management); church
intervention outside its province; church group most clearly associated
with the church as a whole; assessment of church's interest in all socio-
economic classes; wealth of Argentine church compared to other institutions;
evaluation of church's organization, use of church's resources; knowledge,
significance, effect of papal encyclical "Popularioum Progressio";
advisability of papal decrees on concrete moral issues; evaluation of recent
institutional changes; religiosity; knowledge of and attitude toward Catholic
liturgy; attitude toward and effect of recent changes in church liturgy;
attitude toward Mass spoken in the vernacular, evening Mass, communion
preceded by limited fasting; number of years attended catechism or parochial
school; frequency of reading religious materials, listening to radio or
watching TV programs on Catholicism; frequency of visits by a priest;
frequency of church attendance, communion; leadership position held in a
church organization.

Demographics: Marital status; age (3 categories); education; occupation; sex;
type of residence; religion; socio-economic class; socio-religious category
(i.e., academic, massive, secular).

Locus: RPORC
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1968

Ideological Consequences of Internal Migration in Argentina (Sito)

Sample: N= 1196 (x 7)

Locus: IDLRS


1969

Attitudes of Campana Residents Toward Self and City

Sample: N= 500 Adults, age 18 and over, in Campana.

Length of residence in Campana; residence before Campana; change in family
economic situation while in Campana; work experience; criteria for accepting
or refusing a new job; criteria for success; desired investment of additional
income; attitude toward expanding roles for women; use of prepared foods as a
reflection of housekeeping standards; willingness to rely on modern medical
practices; appropriate dress for clergy; does respondent have insurance
policies; newspaper preference; vitality of Campana; responsibility for the
progress of Campana; destinations and purposes of trips.

Demographics: Father's birthplace; occupation of respondent and father;
consumer durable ownership; association membership; age (3 categories);
education; type of residence; socio-economic class.
Locus: RPORC






ARGENTINA 1969 (continued)

Consumer Products Survey (#OP 605)

Sample: N= 511 (x 2) Adults, age 15 and over.

Appropriate national origin and size of food products manufacturers; national
origin, relative size, organization (centralized or conglomerate) of various
listed food products manufacturers; responsibilities of various listed
companies to help society and to provide economic assistance to country in
which they operate; assessment of uses of company profits; evaluation of
various listed food products manufacturers; characterization of company
managers in terms of age, modernity, authoritarianism, life-long affiliation
with one company, nationality.

Demographics: Education; age (9 categories); socio-economic class; sex;
occupation of respondent and head of household; household composition.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#OP 609)

Sample: University students (N= 405); artists (N= 53) and laborers (N= 45).
Ages of 21 and 32 in Buenos Aires, Rosaria and Cordoba.

Locus: RPORC



Attitudes Toward Various Corporations (#OP 625)

Sample: N= 400 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over.

Connotations of, product associated with various companies; evaluation of
companies with regard to efficiency, honesty, long range policy; actual and
preferred organization of various companies (i.e., centralized or conglomerate);
companies included in conglomerates; benefits of a company's being centralized
or a conglomerate; characterization of, knowledge of management of various
listed companies; most and least desirable company to work for; actual and
preferred size, national origin of various companies; assessment of use of
company profits; responsibilities of various companies to help society and to
provide economic assistance to country in which they operate; influence of
various companies on the government, unions and in national economic policy;
attitude toward various companies; assessment of prestige, of confidence in,
popularity of various companies; knowledge of the history of various companies;
frequency of radio listening, TV viewing; papers and magazines read and
frequency of reading.

Demographics: Union membership; age (10 categories); education; sex; marital
status; occupation; birthplace.

Locus: RPORC


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ARGENTINA (continued)

1970

"Enfoque-Las Americas" Television Series

Sample: N= 411 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over, in Buenos Aires.

Total times "Enfoque" program seen and family members who watched; source of
knowledge about "Enfoque" series; attitude toward "Enfoque" program; purpose
or theme of program; knowledge gained from, and utility of watching; type of
person or profession "Enfoque" series benefits.

Demographics: Status of respondent in the household; age (5 categories);
socio-economic class; profession of respondent and head of household;
education; income.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC



Bouillon Survey (#OP 759)

Sample: N= 600 (x 2) Women, no minimum age specified.

Daily hours worked; uses of broth; preference for homemade or bought bouillon;
bouillon brand and flavor preferences and changes in brands; course of action
if preferred bouillon brand is not in stock; source of bought bouillon;
frequency of purchase and use of bouillon; family members who consume broth;
knowledge of bouillon brands and manufacturer of various listed brands;
requisite qualities of ideal bouillon and willingness to buy same; company
capable of producing ideal bouillon; companies which guarantee quality
products; evaluation of various listed bouillon brands; relationship between
bouillon brand used and age, status, economy, practicality, consumer's
concern for quality.

Demographics: Quality of residence (scalometer); socio-economis class; age
(5 categories); education; marital status; family composition (including ages
of children); occupation of respondent and head of household; luxury items in
the home.

Locus: RPORC



Attitudes Toward Business

Sample: Students: N= 199; clergy, judges, high school teachers and
professors, union members: N= 200; military personnel: N= 177.

Most important economic consideration; portion of the work force (e.g.,
businessmen, labor) most important to achieve progress; preference for public
or private control of capital; attitude toward private capital, private
property, capital; government right to intervene in the private sector;
owner's right to control company policy; adequacy of society's regard for
labor; attitude toward Argentine business profits; assessment of business
use of profits, division of funds; acceptable profit margins, profession
in which enrichment is most and least acceptable; characterization of and
attitude toward free enterprise; need for, appropriate form of change in
Argentinian economic system; advisable ownership of utilities, telephone
service and railroads; identification of and attitude toward Argentinian
business leadership; attitude toward business investment of profits outside


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ARGENTINA 1970 (continued)

the country; profession most indifferent to public affairs; businessmen'
contribution to Argentina; possibility of democracy without private industry;
magazines and newspapers read; socio-economic class to which belong;
appropriate earnings of a company owner.

Additional questions for union members only: number of years in leadership
positions; number of delegates to federal "CGT" Congress.

Demographics: Students: field of study; clergy: age (3 categories); union
members: faction of the union (e.g., autonomous, "participationists");
judges: court to which belong (e.g., civil, federal); teachers and
professors: field; military: rank.

Locus: RPORC
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1971

Latin American Image Study

Sample: N= 1020 (x 6)

Same survey questionnaire used in: Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and
Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC



Political Survey (#OP 758)

Sample: N= 625 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over.

Principal problems facing Argentina; personal economic security compared to
the past; appropriate solution to terrorism; characterization of (socio-
economic class, ideology, nationality, age, profession) subversives;
responsibility for development of subversives; allegiance of subversive
organizations; purposes of subversive groups and attitude toward same; role
of, attitude toward the military; most important Argentinian military figure;
Argentinian revolutions that have been justified; policy of current
administration; advisability of having a government platform or policy;
expected prevalence of Latin American military regimes; approval of Peron's
policies, government contact with Peron; current Peronists as an accurate
reflection of Peron's views; sagacity of current Peronist positions; unions
as representative of workers' interests; preference for voluntary individual
support for unions or company support of unions through automatic withholding
of a portion of workers' wages; actual and advisable uses of union funds;
participation in union activities or elections; cause of continued existence
of inactive parties; attitude toward politicians; need for and priority goals
of a new party; existence of capable leadership for a new party; past or
present party on which a new party might be modelled; groups (e.g., the
church, the military) capable of governing Argentina; voter preference for
government head, party or political movement; preference for two-party or
multi-party political system; preference for a coalition or majority party
government; party preference.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of family; age (9 categories);
education; socio-economic class; sex; marital status; family composition;
union membership.

Locus: RPORC


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ARGENTINA 1971 (continued)

Political Survey (#OP 774)

Sample: N= 1557 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over, in 19 cities and towns.

Principal problems facing Argentina; personal economic security compared to
the past; appropriate solution to terrorism; characterization of (socio-
economic class, ideology, nationality, age, profession) subversives;
responsibility for development of subversives; allegiance of subversive
organizations; purposes of subversive groups and attitude toward same; role
of, attitude toward the military; most important Argentinian military figure;
Argentinian revolutions that have been justified; policy of current
administration; advisability of having a government platform or policy;
expected prevalence of Latin American military regimes; approval of person's
policies, government contact with Peron; current Peronists as an accurate
reflection of Peron's views; sagacity of current Peronist positions; unions
as representative of workers' interests; preference for voluntary individual
or union-wide support of political candidates; advisable uses of union funds;
participation in union activities or elections; cause of continued existence
of inactive parties; attitude toward politicians; need for and priority goals
of a new party; existence of capable leadership for a new party; past or
present party on which a new party might be modelled; groups (e.g., the church,
the military) capable of governing Argentina; voter preference for government
head, party or political movement; preference for two-party or multi-party
political system.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of household; age
(9 categories); education; socio-economic class; sex; marital status; union
membership.

Locus: RPORC



Company Image (#OP 785)

Sample: N= 501 (x 3) Adults, age 18 and over.

Attitude toward various listed companies; nationality of various listed
companies; preference for Argentinian or foreign companies; use of company
profits; size of various listed companies; ways in which companies should
contribute to Argentinian economic and community development and degree to
which companies contribute to same; significance and adequacy of companies'
contribution through taxes; kind and degree of company influence over the
government, unions; party or faction associated with various listed companies;
independence or conglomerate organization of various listed companies;
assessment of prestige, confidence and popularity of various listed companies;
knowledge of the history of, publicity on various listed companies; change in
respondent's attitude toward various listed companies; credibility and source
of publicity on various listed companies; knowledge and credibility of ex-
President's comments on.company negotiations.

Demographics: Age (9 categories); education; socio-economic class; marital
status; sex; household composition.

Locus: RPORC


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ARGENTINA 1971 (continued)

Business Image (#OP 792)

Sample: N= 300 (x 3) Business people.

Attitude toward various companies; assessment of type, attitude toward
employees, age of company management; nationality of various companies;
preference for Argentinian or foreign companies; use of company profits;
size of various companies; ways in which companies should contribute to
Argentinian economic and community development and degree to which companies
contribute to same; significance and adequacy of companies' contribution
through taxes; kind and degree of company influence over the government,
unions; party or faction associated with various companies; independence
or conglomerate organization of various companies; assessment of prestige,
confidence and popularity of various companies; knowledge of the history
of, publicity on various companies; change in respondent's attitude toward
various companies; credibility and source of publicity on various companies;
knowledge and credibility of ex-President's comments on company negotiations.

Demographics: Occupation; age (explanation of codes not given); socio-
economic class; marital status; sex; education.

Locus: RPORC



Panel De Opinion Il Ola (#OP 001)

Sample: N= 2146 (x 3) Adults, age 18 and over.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey (#OP 004)

Sample: N= 217 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over.

Most important recent economic, political and other events; source and purpose
of political propaganda seen recently; knowledge of, leadership of various
listed political movements (e.g., "La Nueva Fuerza"); voter preference for
victorious political movements in next elections; confidence in and importance
of the scheduled occurrence of next elections; likelihood of and attitude
toward the candidacies and election of various listed political leaders;
movements with which various listed possible candidates are associated;
expected winner among existing parties; characterization of, current status
of Peronism; effect of resignation of Peronist leader J.D. Paldino on
Peronism; interest in and likelihood of success of a new party; political
leader capable of leading a new party; likelihood of voting for a new party.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of household; age
(9 categories); education; socio-economic class; sex; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Public Opinion Survey (#OP 808)

Sample: N= 369 (x 7) Age 15 and over.

Locus: RPORC








ARGENTINA 1971 (continued)

Pre-Election Survey (#OP 008)

Sample: N= 200 (x 2) Adults, age 18 and over.

Most important recent economic, political and other events; confidence in the
scheduled occurrence of next elections; likelihood of and attitude toward the
candidacies and election of various listed political leaders; movements with
which various listed possible candidates are associated; effect of resignation
of Peronist leader J.D. Paldino on Peronism; motives of and effect of Peron's
wife's visit to Argentina; knowledge of and expected outcome of recent
Uruguayan election; effect if "El Frente Amplio" movement had won election;
Uruguayan party most similar to an Argentinian party; effect on Argentina of
Castro's visit to Chile; significance of Castro's visit to Chile; attitude
toward Castro's comments on the Uruguayan elections; meaning of the terms
"stability" and "liberalism" in a political context.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of household; age
(9 categories); education; socio-economic class; sex; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Flash Interior Survey (#OP 009)

Sample: N= 202 Adults, no minimum age specified.

Frequency of buying La Opinion newspaper; field of study; occupation of family
members who read La Opinion.

Demographics: Age (11 categories); sex; socio-economic class; education and
field of study of respondent and head of household; occupation of respondent
and head of household; income of respondent and head of household.

Locus: RPORC
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1972

VOA Listening Habits and Program Preferences in 5 Latin American Countries

Sample: N= 228 (Mail survey.)

Same survey questionnaire used in: Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC

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Facetas Magazine Readership Survey

Sample: N= 305 (x 2)

Length of time since "La Function Del Derecho" issue of Facetas magazine
received; articles read or intended to read; proportion of current issue read
compared to other issues; evaluation of Facetas; interest in reading articles
on various listed subjects; articles read in previous issues; willingness to
buy Facetas if only offered at newsstands; newsstand price willing to pay;
magazines and newspapers read, number of English language, U.S.-published
magazines read; number of Facetas issues received recently; year of most
recent trip to the U.S.; frequency of recent TV-watching and radio listening.

Demographics: Age (actual); occupation; education; sex.
Locus: RPORC
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ARGENTINA 1972 (continued)

Public Opinion Survey (#OP 019)

Sample: N= 2143 (x 3) Adults, age 18 and over.

Locus: RPORC



Economics and Politics (#OP 039)

Sample: N= 2138 (x 3) Adults, age 18 and over.

Characterization of personal economic situation in the present, past and
expectations for the future; characterization of Argentinian economic and
political situation in present, past and expectations for the future;
characterization of present problems of housing, unemployment and inflation
and expectations for the future; consumer products most decisive in
influencing cost of living; appropriate role of company management in
domestic affairs; effect of foreign-owned and Argentinian industry on
Argentina; nationality of industries with most and least beneficial effect
on Argentina; effect of private or public, foreign or domestic ownership of
company on the price and quality of goods produced; preference for public or
private ownership, domestic or foreign financing of various listed industries;
actual and ideal degree of foreign capital investment, state intervention in
private industry in Argentina; expected degree of state intervention in the
private sector should various listed parties come to power; attitude toward
nationalism; need for and appropriate degree of change in Argentinian society;
change in sense of personal safety since occurrence of acts of violence;
advisable official response to terrorism; characterization and purpose of
subversives; attitude toward, present and advisable role of the military;
approval of Peron's policies; sagacity of current Peronist positions; most
important present civilian and military figures; assessment of parties, socio-
economic class, age group that will or should support various listed possible
candidates; interest in a new party; attitude toward recently formed parties,
possible candidates.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of family; age (9 categories);
education; sex; marital status; socio-economic class.

Locus: RPORC


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ARGENTINA

CENSUS DATA AND MISCELLANEOUS

1855 Population Census, City of Buenos Aires
Sample: N= 21,509 (tapes: 1) Locus: LADB



1869 Population Census
Sample: N= 100,943 (tapes: 1) Locus: LADB



1895 Population Census
Sample: N= 108,670 (tapes: 1) Locus: LADB



1946-47 Argentine Election of 1946 and Census of 1947
Sample: Total cards = 1825; cards/unit = 365 Locus: LADB



1960 National Population and Housing Census
Ministerio de Economica, Buenos Aires
Sample: N= 53,760 Locus: IDLRS



1960 Population and Housing Census
Sample: N= 1,998,501 (10% sample) (tapes: 9) Locus: LADB



1965 The Social Structure of Argentina, Census Data
on Economic Development (di Tella)
Sample: N= 538 (x 2) (Data from census and other
documents. 515 counties and 23 provinces.)

Summary: Principal variables in the study cover the active population and
its occupational segments, size of commerce, extent of industry, size of
rural development, production per capital, density of population, illiteracy,
family size, and agricultural production. Derived measures include indices
of rural occupational stability, of dependency within the urban middle class,
and of rural landowners.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



1969 Experimental Census, Eelen (tapes: 1) Locus: LADB


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ARGENTINA Census Data and Miscellaneous (continued)



1916-1917 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls



1926-1927 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls



1936-1937 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls



1946-1948 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls



1960-1961 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls
--------------------------


Locus: LADB



Locus: LADB



Locus: LADB



Locus: LADB



Locus: LADB


1960-1971 Economic and Social Indicators for Latin America (AID)
Sample: N = 918 (Aggregate data for 18 countries.)

Seventy-eight substantive variables for each of 12 years (the % change
variables have data for only 1961-1971). This yields 918 actual variables
in the data set. Variables include indicators for items such as GNP,
gross investment, population, government finances, agriculture, education,
and health.

Data also available for: Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico,
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Locus: ICPR


1962-1970 United Nations International Trade Data

--------------------------

1965-1966 Chamber of Deputies, Roll Calls



Professional Proficiency of University Graduates

Sample: N = 918


Locus: LADB



Locus: LADB





Locus: IDLRS
LADB


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ARGENTINA Census Data and Miscellaneous (continued)


Date: Ongoing

Migration and Return of Professionals ("Brain Drain") (UNITAR)

Sample: Foreign students in developed countries; "stay-ons" working in
developed countries; returnees working in developing countries; employers
in developing countries.

Multi-national survey examining why persons from developing countries study
in some developed countries, why some stay and work abroad, why others
return home.

Latin American field work completed: Returnee surveys in Argentina, Brazil,
Colombia, Uruguay; Employer survey in Brazil.

Locus: Dr. William A. Glaser, Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia
University.



1859 1950

Social Mobility in Cordoba

Summary: Households from 1869 and 1895 census; marriages of non-natives
1869-1909; French and Spanish mutual aid associations.

Locus: Mark D. Szuchman, Department of History, University of Texas at
Austin, Austin, Texas, 78712.
1914 1930 Argentina Census and Voting Data

1914 1930 Argentina Census and Voting Data
Argentina Census and Voting Data

Voting data by party for each country in national elections 1914-1930;
demographic and socio-economic variables from 1914 census.

Locus: Joseph S. Tulchin, Department of History, University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514.



1946 1970

Stress Patterns in Latin America

Rate-of-change in annual aggregate measures: 30 economic, social, and
political variables.

See also: Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama,
Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Locus: Contact S. K. Bissell, 4501 Cheltenham Drive, Bethesda,
Maryland, 20014.


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ARGENTINA Census Data and Miscellaneous (continued)


1967 1970

Financial Aspects of Marketing (del Fa)

Sample: 120 farmers in Pampeau region (by size of farm); random
sampling of legal cases (4 law offices).

For beef, wheat, corn, sorghum: prices, marketing channels, form of
payment, delay in payment, size of sales, condition of sales, legal
parameters affecting sales. For legal data: factors affecting delay
in performance, settlement, and litigation.

Locus: Mario J. del Fa, Madison, Wisconsin, 53705.



1971 1974

Argentine Electoral Behavior (Schoultz)

Electoral returns 1970-1973 and census data 1914-1970 for CIRCUITOS
of Buenos Aires, wards of greater Buenos Aires, countries of
Argentina.

Locus: Contact Lars Schoultz, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 45056.


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BOLIVIA

SAMPLE SURVEYS

1962

Attitudes Toward the Alliance for Progress (USIA LA-13)

Sample: N = 838 (x 2) Lapaz, Cochabamba and smaller sample from
rural areas.

Satisfaction with past and present standard of living; expectation of
change in standard of living and projected satisfaction with same; changes
needed to improve quality of life in Bolivia; attitude toward land and tax
reform and expropriation of foreign-owned industries; appropriate extent of
compensation for expropriated land or industry; assessment of U.S. and
Bolivian communists' attitudes toward proposed land reform; assessment of
Bolivian government's attitude toward land and tax reform; confidence in the
imminent execution of land reform and enactment of tax reform; necessity of
violence to effect land reform; projected change in respondent's taxes
after tax reform and willingness to pay higher taxes; preference for
government or private ownership of major industries; attitude toward Mexico,
the U.S.S.R., U.S.; knowledge of and attitude toward Fidel Castro; know-
ledge and source of recent foreign economic aid to Bolivia; effect of U.S.
aid on Bolivian development; equitable distribution of U.S. aid to Bolivia;
U.S. motives for economic aid to Bolivia and attitude toward same; know-
ledge of, source of knowledge about, country which initiated "Alliance for
Progress" (AFP); source of most extensive knowledge about AFP; length of
time since formation of AFP; objectives of AFP; attitude toward, evaluation
of the progress of, expected effectiveness of AFP; expected division of
funds between the U.S. and AFP member countries; knowledge of the form of
U.S. aid (loans or grants); expected change in amount of U.S. aid under
AFP; criteria for receiving AFP funds and attitude toward same; responsi-
bility for failure of AFP; priority uses for AFP aid; present and desirable
degree of U.S. and communist influence in Bolivia; sensitivity of the U.S.
government and business to Bolivian national interests; advisability of
alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; leadership capability of the U.S.;
attitude toward U.S. support for dictatorships; frequency of listening to
various listed shortwave radio broadcasts; country of origin of favorite
films; impression of America from American movies; interest in politics;
party preference; likelihood of being asked about politics or current
affairs.

Demographics: Age (5 categories); education; occupation of respondent and
head of household; marital status; total household income; total number in
household; sex; socio-economic class.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia,
Ecuador, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC


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BOLIVIA

CENSUS DATA AND MISCELLANEOUS

1946

Stress Patterns in Latin America

Rate-of-change in annual aggregate measures: 30 economic, social, and
political variables.

See also: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico,
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Locus: Contact S. K. Bissell, 4501 Cheltenham Drive, Bethesda,
Maryland, 20014.



1960

Economic and Social Indicators for Latin America (AID)

Sample: N = 918 Aggregate data for all 18 countries.

Seventy-eight substantive variables for each of 12 years (the % change
variables have data for only 1960-1971). This yields 918 actual
variables in the data set. Variables include indicators for items such
as GNP, gross investment, population, government finances, agriculture,
education, and health.

Data also available for: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico,
Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Locus: ICPR


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BRAZIL

SAMPLE SURVEYS

1953

Stratification in Rural Rio de Janeiro (Kolb)

Sample: N = 588 (x 2)

Locus: IDLRS, LADB


1955

Racial Relations in Southern Brazil (Cardoso)

Sample: N = 7329

Locus: IDLRS, LADB



Exposure to Shortwave Radio and Political Issues (USIA LA-1)

Sample: N = 489 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

Radio listening habits of respondent, friends and family, including exposure
to and evaluation of various shortwave broadcasts; source and accuracy of
knowledge about current events; favorite radio news program; need for foreign
economic aid and desirable source of such aid; desirable terms of a beneficial
aid program; effect of U.S. aid on Brazilian development; sensitivity of the
U.S. to Brazilian national interests; recent changes in U.S. Brazilian rela-
tions; U.S. intervention in Latin American affairs; knowledge of and attitude
toward U.S. role in Guatemalan Revolution; knowledge of the "Organization of
American States" (OAS); knowledge of and attitude toward the role of OAS in
Costa Rican conflict; consistency of rhetoric and action in U.S. foreign
policy; sympathies in present U.S.-Soviet conflict; advisability of alliance
with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; effort of world powers to prevent world war;
attitude toward communism, threat of communism and a Russian takeover;
allegiance of Brazilian communists; knowledge of non-military uses of atomic
energy and country that proposed same.

Demographics: Education; occupation; union membership; sex; socio-
economic class; age (5 categories).

Same survey questionnaire used in: Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC


1959

Stratification and Mobility in Four Latin American Cities

Sample: N = 3628 Guanabara.

The respondent's occupation is examined in variables which describe current
job, amount of supervised rather than independent work, permanent or transi-
tory nature of job, income, and second occupation if applicable. Further
variables ascertain the respondent's interest and involvement in his sur-
roundings: membership in clubs and organizations, political party affilia-
tion, and newspapers respondent reads. A major portion of the study explores
the composition of the respondent's family and the kind of home in which
he lives.


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BRAZIL 1959 (continued)

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina and Chile.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



Urbanization in Six Cities

Sample: N = 4228 Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Volta
Redonda and Juiz de Fora.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB


1960

Omnibus Survey (INESE) (Cantril)

Sample: N = 2739 (x 2) Age 18 and over.

Hopes and fears for self and country; personal well-being in and over-
all status of Brazil in past, present, future; principal problems facing
Brazil; best and worst aspects of life in Brazil today; countries with
which Brazil should cooperate; advisability of alliance with the U.S.,
U.S.S.R.; assessment of Brazilian-U.S. relations; need for more economic
aid from the U.S.; necessity of, advisable degree of following U.S. political
orientation; U.S. motives in relations with Brazil; attitude toward
Argentina, Cuba, the U.S., U.S.S.R., Mexico; knowledge of and attitude
toward President Kubitschek, President-elect Quadros, President Eisenhower,
President-elect Kennedy; knowledge of and attitude toward Khrushchev,
Argentina's President Frondizi, Fidel Castro; attitude toward investment of
foreign capital in Brazil; knowledge of and attitude toward "Brazilian
nationalists"; desirability of army intervention in domestic affairs;
allegiance of Brazilian Communists; attitude toward redistribution of land;
frequency of reading newspaper and listening to radio news.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; existence of living children; age
(4 categories); voter registration; education; union membership; socio-
economic class; region and size of region; city of residence.

Locus: RPORC, ICPR



Voting Attitudes (Soares)

Sample: N = 1884 Rio de Janeiro.

The study first establishes the amount of political information which the
respondent receives through the news media. Further variables ascertain
his interest in the coming election, his past voting decisions, and his
party preference. The respondent's perception of social class rating and
his ideas about the distribution of wealth and improvement of living
conditions are also explored.

Demographics: Occupation; education; age; marital status; race; sex;
socio-economic class.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR


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BRAZIL 1960 (continued)

Law School Students (Scheman)

Sample: N = 1251 Sampling method: First, third, and fifth year law
school students in 15 law schools, selected to reflect a geographical and
economic cross-section of Brazil.

The study ascertains such family background data as age and education of
the respondent's siblings, national origins of parents and grandparents,
education of parents, occupation of father, and social class of the respon-
dent's family. The respondent's past is further explored through questions
about his motivation for choosing law as a field, subjects other than law
which he has studied, and average grades obtained. In addition, the study
probes occupational intentions, frequency of travel abroad, voting partici-
pation, desirability of student political activity, and the respondent's
involvement in student politics.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



Outcomes Approach to Personal Decision-Making (Nehnevajsa)

Sample: A: N = 200 (xlO); B: N = 200 (x9)

Same survey questionnaire used in: Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB



Career Values (Kahl)

Sample: N = 627 (x 2) Male white and blue collar workers in Rio de
Janeiro and 2 unspecified small towns in the interior of Brazil.

Evaluation of respondent by his supervisor; satisfaction with moving from
childhood home; level of schooling toward which father was encouraged;
self-evaluation of respondent's performance in school; aspired level of
schooling and adequacy of education; minimum education necessary nowadays;
original job aspiration and first job held; job satisfaction and satisfaction
with career realization; relative standard of living in past and future;
desired income level; number of friends and relatives visited and preference
for visiting friends or relatives; reason for participating in lottery;
expected education, occupation, general quality of life of sons; disposi-
tion preferred in a worker and in a supervisor; importance of a career;
political activism; respondent's attitude toward big companies, the urban
environment, manual labor, relatives; individualism; stratification of
life chances, community; media exposure; rating of respondent's trust in
people, modernism; career mobility and intergenerational occupational
mobility; attitude toward investment of foreign capital in Brazil; role of
government in economy; ideal family size; existence of opportunities to
improve life; best aspect of present job; respondent's ambition to advance;
best way to advance at work; sector of government or personal characteristic
on which the future of Brazil depends; evaluation of educational system;
moral obligation; length of present employment.

Demographics: Age (4 categories); occupation; father's occupation;
father's education; education; income; socio-economic class; urban or








BRAZIL 1960 (continued)

rural location; marital status; number of living children; firm where
employed; region and size of father's birthplace; region and size of town
of residence at age 10.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB, ICPR


1961

Legislators Study (Cantril)

Sample: N = 200

Hopes and fears for Brazil; relative situation of Brazil in past,
present, future; Brazil's greatest domestic and foreign policy prob-
lems; most important problems for Latin America and for the world; best
and worst aspects of life in Brazil today; countries or international
organizations with which Brazil should cooperate closely; advisability
of alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; desirability of balance of U.S.
and U.S.S.R. military strength; attitude toward establishment of regular
diplomatic relations with the U.S.S.R. and China; desirable extent of
trade with the U.S.S.R.; assessment of U.S. motives in relations with
Brazil; need for more U.S. economic aid; necessity of and advisable
degree of following U.S. political orientation; desirability of U.S. instal-
lation of a long-range missile base in Brazil; contribution of U.S. companies
to Brazilian economic development; reliance on the United Nations for
maintaining peace; attitude toward Argentina, Mexico, Cuba, the U.S.,
U.S.S.R., Japan, China, France; attitude toward Eisenhower, J.F.Kennedy,
De Gaulle, Khrushchev, Frondizi, Betancourt, Castro; attitude toward
investment of foreign capital in Brazil; respondent's "nationalism";
circumstances in which army should intervene in domestic affairs; goals
and allegiance of Brazilian Communists; attitude toward redistribution
of land.

Demographics: Position in the Congress; state respondent represents;
political party affiliation.

Locus: RPORC



International Relations (USIA LA-8)

Sample: N = 1793 (x 3) Urban areas: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Porto
Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Recife. Rural areas: Limoeiro, Pernambuco and
Divinopolis, Minas Gerais.

Most important problems facing Brazil; attitude toward U.S.; Cuba, U.S.S.R.,
China, Egypt and concurrence of Brazilian interests with those of same;
attitude toward chief executives of U.S., Cuba, U.S.S.R., Egypt, Brazil,
Argentina; advisability of alliance with U.S. or U.S.S.R.; effort of world
powers to prevent world war; preeminence of U.S. or U.S.S.R. in military and
economic strength, scientific technology; projected strongest world power
in the future; attitude toward land reform to equalize land ownership,
expropriation of Brazilian and foreign-owned property; appropriate
extent of compensation for expropriated or redistributed property; approval
of military and economic aid from U.S.S.R., China; knowledge of, attitude
toward Fidel Castro; Castro's Cuban regime as model for Brazil, influence
of Castro, communism in Latin America; satisfaction with present quality of
life; sensitivity of the U.S., U.S.S.R. to Brazilian national interests;
knowledge of, knowledge of U.S. and Brazilian membership in, attitude
toward the "Organization of American States" (OAS); effect of recent U.S.
policies on Brazil and expectation of future effects; knowledge of U.S. aid


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BRAZIL 1961 (continued)

to Brazil in past and future; motives for U.S. aid to Brazil; benefit of
American aid to all or only a few Brazilians; interest in politics; liberalism
or conservatism of respondent.

Demographics: Sex; age (4 categories); education; socio-economic class;
race; occupation.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and
Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC



Law School Students

Sample: N = 1139 Law schools in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Curitiba,
Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte.

Courses of study other than law; foreign travel experience; plans after
graduation; participation in student politics; voter registration; has
respondent voted; advisability of student association involvement in
national politics; grade average; motives for choosing to study law.

Demographics: National origin of parents and grandparents; number of
siblings older than 15 years; siblings' courses of study; level of educa-
tion of siblings and parents; father's occupation and socio-economic class;
consumer durables owned by parents; respondent's employment (including type
of job, weekly hours worked, salary); type of high school attended (loca-
tion, public or private); year of study and session (day, night); age
actual up to 25 years and 3 categories for older students); marital status;
birthplace.

Locus: RPORC



"Freedom From Fear" TV Survey

Sample: N = 640 Age 18 and over, in Sao Paulo.

Attitude toward various listed countries; likely effect of atomic energy
on mankind; concern about a nuclear war; attitude toward, recent progress
in achieving, responsibility for failure to achieve a nuclear test ban;
ways in which the U.S. or U.S.S.R. have failed to achieve a nuclear test
ban; country most opposed to inspections for nuclear explosions; likeli-
hood of a test ban treaty; knowledge of, danger of, effect on Brazil of
radio-active fallout; country responsible for most fallout, most bombs
exploded, largest bomb exploded; comparative fallout from underground
and atmospheric tests; knowledge of U.S. nuclear test bombs; estimated
number of recent U.S.S.R. nuclear tests; motives of U.S.S.R. nuclear
testing; assessment of Soviet public's knowledge of nuclear tests;
attitude toward U.S. resumption of nuclear testing in response to Soviet-
testing; knowledge of possibility of detecting explosions; knowledge of,
desirable degree of influence of the U.N.; assessment of U.S. and Soviet
efforts to increase or discourage U.N. influence; preeminence of the
U.S. or U.S.S.R. in military strength, development of atomic energy for
peaceful or military uses, scientific development; expected strongest
world power; effort of the U.S., U.S.S.R. to prevent world war; consistency
of rhetoric and action in U.S., U.S.S.R. foreign policy; concurrence of
U.S. and Brazilian interests; advisability of alliance with the U.S. or
U.S.S.R.; TV programs watched recently; friends' attitude toward the TV
program "Freedom From Fear"; evaluation of, accuracy of "Freedom From
Fear"; attitude toward U.S. and Soviet nuclear testing as a result of


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BRAZIL-- 1961 (continued)

watching "Freedom From Fear"; country which produced "Freedom From Fear";
purpose of "Freedom From Fear."

Demographics: Viewer type (informed or not informed of the program
"Freedom From Fear" before it was shown, non-viewers); age (4 categories);
education; socio-economic class; sex; marital status; nationality.

Locus: RPORC



Pilot Demographic Survey (Guanabara)

Sample: N = 12,943

(Study is incomplete.)

Locus: IDLRS
--------------------------
1962

Attitudes Toward the "Alliance for Progress" (USIA LA-13)

Sample: N = 5700 (x 3) Adults, age 18 and over, in 5 cities.

Characterization of present standard of living and anticipated change in
the future; evaluation of recent progress of development in Brazil and
expectations for the future; attitude toward U.S. cooperation in develop-
ment of Brazil; attitude toward land reform, tax reform to equalize land-
ownership, tax burden; appropriate extent of compensation for land owners;
assessment of U.S. attitude toward proposed land reform; projected change
in respondent's taxes after tax reform; need for popular agitation, violence
to achieve change; preference for government or private ownership of major
industries; attitude toward expropriation of foreign-owned industries;
appropriate extent of compensation for company owners for expropriated
property; belief in the claim that substantial Brazilian money is housed
in foreign banks and influence of this practice on Brazilian development;
attitude toward the United States, Soviet Union, Argentina, knowledge of
and attitude toward Joao Goulart, John F. Kennedy, Fidel Castro, Francisco
Juliao, Celso Furtado; knowledge and source of recent foreign economic aid
to Brazil; name of and influence on development of the U.S. economic aid
program; adequacy and equitable distribution of American aid to Brazil;
approval of U.S. motives for economic aid to Brazil; knowledge of, source
of knowledge about, country which initiated "Alliance for Progress" (AFP);
most accurate source of knowledge about AFP; attitude toward, evaluation
of progress of, expected effectiveness of AFP; expected division of funds
between the U.S. and AFP member countries; expected change in amount of U.S.
economic aid under AFP; estimated support for the AFP among the American
people and effect of their attitude on AFP success; prerequisites for
receiving AFP funds and attitude toward these requirements; priority uses
for AFP aid; probable reasons for curtailment of U.S. economic aid; knowledge
of, country which initiated "Operation Pan Americana" and its relationship
to AFP; knowledge and evaluation of "SUDENE" (program for development of
northeastern Brazil) and "Ligas Camponesas"; knowledge and source of food
distribution program in northeastern Brazil, "Food for Peace" program,
so-called "Wheat Agreement"; present and preferred system of government in
Brazil; knowledge of acronym of Alliance for Progress; present and future
degree of influence of communism in Brazil; advisability of alliance with
the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; confidence in U.S. leadership capability; listener
of radio, shortwave radio; frequency of listening to various listed foreign


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BRAZIL 1961 (continued)

shortwave radio broadcasts; degree of interest in politics; likelihood
of being asked about politics or current events.

Demographics: Education; marital status; total household income.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia,
Chile, Ecuador, and Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC

--------------------------

Stratification in Rural Rio de Janeiro (Haller)

Sample: N = 577 (x 2) Rio de Janeiro.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB

--------------------------

Middle Schooling and Socio-Economic Development (Havinghurst)

Sample: N = 16,000

Locus: IDLRS


1963

International Relations (USIA WSI)

Sample: N = 392 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward Mexico, Soviet Union, U.S., China; advisability of alliance
with U.S. or U.S.S.R.; concurrence of Brazilian national interest with that
of the U.S., Soviet Union; effort of the world powers to prevent world war,
to achieve disarmament or arms limitation; attitude toward recent U.S., Soviet
role in international affairs; sensitivity of the U.S. to Brazilian national
interest; consistency of rhetoric and action in U.S., Soviet, Chinese foreign
policy; confidence in U.S. leadership capability; projected strongest world
power in the future; estimate of military capability, economic and scienti-
fic development of U.S. and U.S.S.R.; attitude toward disarmament, arms
limitation in Latin America; necessity of international monitoring organiza-
tion to achieve disarmament; advisability of multilateral disarmament,
disarmament as a realistic possibility; advisability of a nuclear test ban
treaty without provision for monitoring; knowledge of and attitude toward
Fidel Castro; present and desirable influence of Castro and communism in
Brazil; knowledge of, attitude toward U.S. handling of recent Cuban crisis;
relative gains of the U.S. and U.S.S.R. during Cuban crisis; change in
attitude toward the U.S. and U.S.S.R. as result of Cuban crisis; change in
the likelihood of nuclear war as result of Cuban crisis; responsibility for
outcome of Cuban crisis; knowledge of and attitude toward U.S. naval base
in Cuba; characterization and projected future of Sino-Soviet relations;
likelihood of nuclear war, use of nuclear weapons during war and chances for
survival during nuclear war; wisdom and discretion of U.S. conduct during a
war; knowledge of, country which initiated "Alliance for Progress";
knowledge of and attitude toward Joao Goulart, Leonel Brizola.

Demographics: Sex; age (3 categories); education; socio-economic class;
occupation; ownership of radio in working condition and reception of short-
wave broadcasts; party affiliation.


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BRAZIL 1963 (continued)

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC



Political Attitudes of University Students

Sample: N = 823 (x 2) University students, no minimum age specified, in
Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Recife and Porto Alegre.

Assessment of career goals of fellow students; personal career goals; satis-
faction with Brazilian standard of living; cause of poverty; needed changes
to improve quality of life in Brazil; evaluation of recent progress in Brazil;
responsibility for lack of progress; need for new national leadership to
facilitate change; best governmental system for Brazil; preference for
government or private ownership of industry; meaning of and attitude toward
various listed governmental and economic systems; source of information
about political and economic affairs; assessment of preferred economic
system of professors and fellow students; attitude toward U.S. collabora-
tion in Brazilian development; attitude- toward land and tax reforms;
appropriate degree of compensation for expropriated land or industry; need
for violence to effect change; effect of foreign industry on Brazil and
source of knowledge about same; advisability of expropriation of foreign-
owned industry; knowledge of and attitude toward various listed national
and international leaders; attitude toward Argentina, the U.S. and U.S.S.R.;
knowledge of, country which initiated, purpose of, attitude toward, evalua-
tion of progress of, expected progress of the "Alliance for Progress" (AFP);
effect of, motives for, approval of the motives for U.S. aid to Brazil;
financing, criteria for receiving, approval of criteria for receiving
AFP aid; responsibility for failure to improve Brazilian standard of living;
preferred uses of AFP aid; knowledge of, effect of "Ligas Camponesas" and
"SUDENE"; advisability of alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; leadership
capability of the U.S.; interest in politics; knowledge of and attitude
toward the "Student National Union" (UNE); frequency of reading various
listed student newspapers; preferred foreign country in which to study;
weekly hours worked; family contributions to educational expenses; satis-
faction with own standard of living.

Demographics: Student organizations to which belong; location and size of
childhood residence; occupation; residence (with family, relatives, in
boarding house); household composition (parent's home); monthly family income;
sex; age (5 categories); marital status; school ("Faculdade"); course; class.

Locus: RPORC



Fertility Survey (September 1963 August 1964)

Sample: N = 2511 (x 4) Women, ages 20-50, in Rio de Janeiro.

Changes in, desirable changes in population size of Brazil; ideal and
desired number of children; ideal age for marrying; desired interval
between consecutive births; age at which should stop bearing children;
age at which moved to capital city; daily hours worked; monthly living
expenses; rent payed; desired education for eldest daughter; career goals
for eldest son; religiosity; recent changes in frequency of infant mortality;
index of traditionalism, including appropriate roles for women, confidence
in concept of progress, appropriate parent-child relationship, advisability
of integration of sexes in school; frequency of reading newspapers and
magazines; major decision-maker with regard to domestic issues and children's
education; frequency of husband's help with housework; adequacy of spare
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husband; estimated number of children husband wants; obstacles to bearing
additional children; approval of family planning; person appropriate to
advise on birth control; number of years until additional children desired;
acceptable circumstances for using birth control; knowledge of, source of
knowledge about, use of various listed birth control methods; when began
using birth control and person who suggested use of same; interest in birth
control pills; frequency of birth control use; currently pregnant or sterile.

Demographics: Number of live births; number of living and dead children at
present; age (8 categories); size of respondent's and husband's birthplace;
marital status; education of respondent and husband; occupation of respondent,
father, husband, father-in-law; number of dependents; religion; number of
children in family of orientation; number of pregnancies, spontaneous and
induced abortions; birth date; marriage date.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB



Brazilian Images of the U.S.: A Study of Brazilian University Students
(Feinsot)

Sample: N = 879 Eleven universities throughout Brazil.

Knowledge of Americans and the U.S.; acquaintance of someone who has
visited the U.S.; aspired profession; foreign travel experience; knowledge
of English.

Attitudes concerning various topics as they relate to Brazil, to the U.S.,
and to expectations Americans may have of Brazil: freedom of speech; the
role of the community in welfare, education, etc.; importance of the family;
child-rearing practices; prestige of professions; proportion of private
and public sectors in the economy; importance of financial success; opportuni-
ties for blacks; priority fields in higher education; percent of the popula-
tion which is black; predominant social class; formality of student-
professor relationships; description of national character and salient
qualities of the nation; percent of divorces or separations; estimated
percent of women in the labor force; importance of the labor movement;
morality of men and women; degree of "nationalism" and the meaning of
"nationalism"; lynching of blacks; economic status of the farmer; treat-
ment of the poor; frequency of inter-class marriages; average life-span
of men; estimated percent of populace which is illiterate; estimated total
population; criteria for social classes; influence of religion; political
activism; existence and victims of social or religious intolerance; position
on Angola's independence from Portugal; orientation of student organizations
toward social, political or academic goals; quality of secondary and higher
education; equality of educational opportunities estimated university
enrollment; attitude toward the United Nations and "Alliance for Progress"
(AFP); standard of living in, cultural contributions of various countries;
preferred system of government; Brazil's level of development and national
destiny; most influential world leaders; similarity of Brazilian and
American class structure; contribution of AFP to Brazil's social and economic
development; attitude toward foreign aid programs for Brazil; best foreign
policy for Brazil; country offering greatest opportunities for the individual;
U.S. commitment to democratic governments in South America; purpose of U.S.
nuclear testing; direction in which relations between Brazil and the U.S.
are evolving; adequacy of U.S. economic aid to Brazil.


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Foreign country preferred to live in; job opportunities and degree of
independence preferred; relative stature of J. F. Kennedy as a world
leader; region of the U.S. associated with the U.S. as a whole; source
of knowledge about the U.S.; country respondent feels most and least
friendly toward.

Demographics: Age (actual); sex; university and major field of study;
permanent residence; father's occupation; employment status; annual
family income; socio-economic class; race.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB, ICPR



"Usina" (Factory) Workers

Sample: N = 350 (x 2) Factory workers, in 9 factories in North-
eastern Brazil.

Satisfaction with present standard of living; principal personal problem;
expected change in standard of living; existence of groups working for
improvements in standard of living; current attempts to improve standard
of living; attitude toward land reform; advisability of compensating land
owners for expropriated property; land reform as the solution to rural
workers' problems; assessment of government, Brazilian communist, U.S.
attitude toward land reform; confidence in the execution of land reform;
anticipation of violence in order to effect land reform; knowledge of
local politicians or government officials helping the people; priority
uses for local government funds; source of national and local news; recent
radio listening, reading, movie-going and TV watching; history of moves
and residences; approval of the objectives of the "Ligas Camponesas";
knowledge of, progress of "SUDENE" (government program to develop North-
eastern Brazil); degree of influence, advisable degree of influence of
communism in Brazil; country from which Brazil has received aid; effect
of foreign aid on Northeastern Brazil; knowledge, source of knowledge,
country which initiated, approval of "Alliance for Progress" (AFP);
likely effect of AFP on the individual; when heard about AFP; knowledge
of, origin of food distribution programs in the Northeast; attitude toward
Argentina, the U.S. and U.S.S.R.; knowledge of and attitude toward various
listed public figures; source of knowledge about Francisco Juliao;
literate family members; adequacy of food for respondent's family; does
respondent work on a cane plantation as well as in a factory; weekly hours
worked in the factory; size of plot cultivated for family food; payment
(e.g., free use of, rental or sharecropping) for use of land plot;
reception of the "130 Salary" last year; when and where participated
in a strike.

Demographics: Factory in which employed; birthplace and size of birth-
place; radio, land and home ownership; salary; union in which a member;
age (5 categories); education; sex; race.

Locus: RPORC



University Students Survey

Sample: N = 973 (x 5) Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Recife and Porto Alegre.

Locus: IDLRS


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Attitudes of Students at the Faculdade Nacional De Filosofia

Sample: N = 271 (x 2) Sampling stratified by field of study. Students
at the Faculdade Nacional De Filosofia selected from the enrollment lists
of all courses and grades in intervals of 2 and 3. Rio de Janeiro.

Adequacy of income; means of transportation; kinds of entertainment; medical
services used; short and long term goal of university education; reason for
dissatisfaction with the university or course of study; motive for-seeking
advanced degree; profession preparing for; preference for grade level to
teach; assessment of opportunities; needed university reforms; attitude
toward student participation in formation of university policy; priorities
for government subsidies to education; students' right to strike; role in
and attitude toward most recent student strike (in 1962); political activism;
interest in elections; newspaper preference; vote recall for candidate and
party in elections of 1960 and October, 1962; importance of having a party
preference; preference for party or candidate as a voting criterion; belief
in freedom of speech and assembly; legalization of the Communist Party;
appropriate spheres for and extent of political activism; attitude toward
investment of foreign capital in Brazil; appropriate government role in the
economy; respondent's "nationalism"; attitude toward enfranchisement of the
illiterate; greatest Brazilian and world statesman; characterization of
Brazil's northeast region; need for "base" reforms; attitude toward
"Alliance for Progress"; relative improvement or decline in foreign policy;
attitude toward Brazil's response to the U.S. blockade of Cuba; political
interest or activism of friends, colleagues, family; discussion of politics
with colleagues; knowledge of and attitude toward the policies and existence
of the "UNE" and "UME"; participation in university social, cultural,
political activities; most important problems facing the university; attitude
toward the "Politics of Unity"; evaluation of the present "DA", of the
university food service; where student usually dines; relative use of the
university library.

Demographics: Course and level of study; sex; marital status; living
arrangements (e.g., boarder); source of income; occupation; age (6 categories);
birthplace.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB


1964

University Students Values, Vocational and Political Orientations (Lipset)

Sample: N = 1322 (x 2) University engineering students.

A description by university students of their problems and ideas: educational,
economic, social and political. The respondent's educational background is
explored through questions about types of schools attended, subjects excelled
in, evaluation of self as a student and current field of specialization. The
value which the respondent places on his education and on the university in
general is examined in variables which probe the importance of completion
of his studies, chosen occupation after leaving the university, and his evalua-
tion of life as a student. Another major portion of the study reveals the
national and international arenas as the respondent sees them from the
university perspective. Respondents are asked their opinions about specific
issues and the role of the government in the economic life of the country.
Further variables concentrate on areas of international scope. Finally,
the studies examine the respondent's outlook on life through questions which
tap his views of morality, his tendency toward progressive political thinking,
and his views of the world he will enter as he leaves the university.


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Same survey questionnaire used in: Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay,
Puerto Rico and Uruguay.

Locus: IDLRS, LADB, ICPR.



International Relations (USIA WS II)

Sample: N = 466 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Most important problem facing Brazil; satisfaction with present standard of
living; desirability of citizen participation in politics; satisfaction with
influence of the individual and various special interest groups in Brazil;
needed improvements in Brazil; effect on Brazil of a larger population;
approval of family planning; preferred number of political parties; interest
in international affairs; most admired Latin American political leader;
recent Soviet and U.S. conduct in international affairs; country most
sympathetic to Brazilian national interest; attitude toward Argentina,
U.S.S.R., U.S., China; effect of U.S., U.S.S.R. on Brazilian development;
U.S., U.S.S.R. policy in Brazil; concurrence of U.S., U.S.S.R. with Brazilian
national interests; estimate of extent of individual freedom in the U.S.,
U.S.S.R.; more equitable distribution of wealth in the U.S. or U.S.S.R.;
effort of world powers to prevent world war; preeminence of the U.S. or
U.S.S.R. in military, economic, education, scientific development; prefer-
ence for superior military strength of the U.S. or U.S.S.R.; projected
strongest world power in the future; advisability of alliance with the U.S.
or U.S.S.R.; knowledge of, attitude toward, country most responsible for,
effect on future disarmament of recent Nuclear Test Ban Treaty; advisability
of a nuclear test ban treaty without provisions for monitoring; advisability
of siding with or against communism; knowledge of Brazilian membership in
the United Nations (U.N.); evaluation of the U.N.; advisability of estab-
lishing a permanent U.N. armed force; impressions of treatment of black
people in France, U.S., U.S.S.R., South Africa; knowledge and influence on
opinion of the U.S. of recent U.S. racial conflicts; knowledge of and
attitude toward Fidel Castro; effect of the Cuban Revolution on Cubans;
evaluation of recent U.S. policy toward Cuba; influence of "Castroism"
in Brazil; U.S. support for military juntas in Latin America; approval of
proposal to insure continuation of Latin American democracies; knowledge,
evaluation of the progress and expected effectiveness of "Alliance for
Progress" (AFP); emphasis in AFP on self-help or U.S. aid; responsibility
for success of AFP; adequacy of Brazilian, U.S. backing for AFP; newspaper
preference; frequency of listening to various listed foreign radio broadcasts
and language in which heard.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent and head of household; union member-
ship; marital status; party affiliation; sex; socio-economic status; age
(7 categories); education.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS, LADB, ICPR
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1965

Alliance for Progress Study

Sample: N = 1,759 (x 3) Age 18 and over, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Recife.

Satisfaction with present standard of living; change in standard of living in
the past and expected in the future; assessment of socio-economic class of


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respondent and father; satisfaction with individual's influence on govern-
ment policy; interest in politics; needed changes in government; evaluation
of progress of Brazil in 1964; respondent a voter and participation in
politics; vote recall for president in 1960; voter preference for president;
desirability of citizen participation in government; desirable degree of
political influence of various groups (e.g. students, priests); preference
for government or private ownership of major industries; appropriate extent
of compensation for company owners for expropriated property; attitude
toward expropriation of foreign-owned companies; attitude toward Argentina,
U.S., Russia, China; advisability of alliance with the U.S. or U.S.S.R.;
knowledge of and attitude toward Fidel Castro; knowledge of, objectives of,
and attitude toward "Alliance for Progress"(AFP); evaluation of the progress
of and expected effectiveness of AFP; expected division of funds between
the U.S. and AFP member countries; emphasis in AFP on self-help or U.S.
aid; responsibility for success of AFP; listener of radio, shortwave
radio; frequency of listening to various listed foreign radio broadcasts;
satisfaction with present occupation.

Demographics: Occupation of respondent, husband, or head of family;
occupation of respondent's father; residence during childhood; age (5
categories); education; race; socio-economic class; sex.

Locus: RPORC



International Relations (USIA WS III)

Sample: N = 501 (x 2) Age 18 and over, "Favelas" and metropolitan area
of Rio de Janeiro.

Most important problem facing Brazil; evaluation of recent development in
Brazil; characterization of respondent's quality of life; need for reforms;
use of force to accomplish change; assessment of various groups' attitude
toward change; preference for government or privately owned industries,
continuation of U.S.-owned companies in Brazil or expropriation of same;
estimate of changes in population size; attitude toward increases in
Brazilian, world population and birth control programs; extent of knowledge
about, anticipated future strength of United Nations (U.N.); criteria for
number of votes of U.N. members; necessity of U.N. members bearing costs of
programs disapproved of; admission of China to the U.N.; advisability of
communist accession to power in Brazil and means used to do so; communism
as a threat; knowledge of, source of knowledge about, attitude toward,
achievements of, benefits of "Alliance for Progress" (AFP); emphasis in
AFP on self-help or U.S. aid; fair distribution of AFP aid among member
countries; motives of U.S. AFP aid; attitude toward U.S., U.S.S.R., China;
concurrence of U.S., U.S.S.R., Chinese and Brazilian national interests;
effort of U.S. to prevent world war; recent U.S., U.S.S.R. role in inter-
national affairs; strongest world power now and in the future; preeminence
of the U.S. or U.S.S.R. in military and scientific technology, space
achievements; country expected to accomplish moon landing and importance
of doing so; knowledge of, effect on strength of Chinese nuclear test
explosion; sympathies in Vietnam war; advisability of Brazilian aid to
South Vietnam; approval of Soviet, Chinese, U.S. policies in Vietnam;
justification for U.S. involvement in Santo Domingo; communism as a threat
in Santo Domingo; effectiveness of the "Organization of American States"
(OAS) in dealing with crises; advisability of contribution of Brazilian
troops to an inter-American peace force; impression of treatment of Negroes,
government equal rights measures, white people's attitude toward equal
rights in the U.S.; most reliable news source; frequency of television
watching and radio listening; frequency of listening to and most trust-
worthy foreign broadcast; interest in international affairs; party preference.


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Demographics: Education; occupation of respondent and head of household;
union membership; marital status; age (9 categories); sex; family size;
socio-economic class.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela.

Locus: RPORC



Attitude of School Girls Toward Professionalism (Blay)

Sample: N = 910

Locus: IDLRS, LADB



Use of Alcoholic Beverages in Urban Brazil (Owen)

Sample: A: N = 7,784 (x 3); B: N = 2,367 (x 4)

Locus: IDLRS, LADB



Representative Associations (Schmitter)

Sample: N = 293 (x 2)

Locus: IDLRS



Prestige of Latin American Nations

University students in the social sciences at the University of Minas
Gerais.

Respondents asked to give the following information for each Latin American
country; rating of prestige and importance within the Latin American com-
munity; capital; approximate population; present head of state; per capital
income; extent of illiteracy; amount of industry; predominant race;
criteria used to rank the prestige and importance of each Latin American
country; 3 most and 3 least important criteria for ranking the prestige
and importance of countries.

Demographics: Nationality; age (3 categories); sex; course of study in
which enrolled; years of study.

Locus: RPORC


1966

Attitudes to Fertility and Family Size

Sample: N = 652 (x 5) Men, ages 20-44; semi-skilled and lower echelon
white collar workers in companies in the metropolitan area of Sao Paulo.

Estimate of total Brazilian and Sao Paulo population; rapidity of Sao Paulo
population growth; best population size for Brazil; effect of family


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size on respondent; meaning of, criteria for success; level of income and
degree of job security preferred; previous job and reason for choosing
present job; courses taken while holding current job; religiosity; fre-
quency of newspaper reading, radio listening, TV viewing, movie-going;
preference for visiting in person or by telephone; use of a bank account;
preference for receiving salary by check or in cash; effect of size of
family of orientation on present status; desired and expected number of
children; relative importance of children and material comfort; ideal age
for marrying; principal qualities of and criteria for choosing a wife;
appropriateness of having a wife who works; importance of children's sex;
place where each child was delivered and person who performed delivery;
contraceptive used when each pregnancy occurred; length of wife's post-
operative medical care after each pregnancy; occurrence of childhood
mortality nowadays; attitude toward birth control; number of friends who
use contraceptives; knowledge and use of various listed birth control
methods, including abortion and sterilization; most acceptable birth control
method; birth control methods of which church approves; knowledge of and
willingness to seek information from family planning clinics; advisability
of government sponsorship of family planning information programs; interest
in learning more about family planning; person prefer to consult about
family planning; necessity of discussing birth control with wife; primary
responsibility for preventing conception; person with whom have discussed
birth control; knowledge of female reproductive processes; influence of
church, friends, doctors, the government on respondent's attitude toward
birth control; existence of and attitude toward having extra-marital
relations in order to avoid impregnating wife; wife currently pregnant.

Demographics: Place of employment; occupation of respondent and parents; age
(actual and by 2 categories); sample method applicable; size of childhood
community; birthplace; number of household members in family of orientation
and family of procreation; ownership or rent of childhood and present homes;
number of children in family of orientation; number of siblings who died during
childhood; education of respondent and wife; religion; marital status;
number of living children; wife's pregnancy history, including outcome of
pregnancies, sex of each child, birthdate, dates of spontaneous and induced
abortions, miscarriages, duration of each pregnancy; marriage history,
including number of marriages, dates of beginning and end of marriages, age
of respondent and wife at marriage, type of marriage (civil, religious, com-
mon law); type of marriage dissolution (death, Brazilian or legal divorce);
number of pregnancies for each marriage; number of rooms in home; total
monthly family income and number of contributors to same; consumer durable
ownership; race.

Locus: RPORC, IDLRS



Political Behavior Attitudes in a Brazilian City CBarbosa)

Sample: N = 645 (x 2)

Locus: IDLRS



Migration to Brasilia (Pastore)

Sample: A: N = 653 (x 6); B: N = 329 (x 5); C: N = 311 (x 11)

Locus: IDLRS


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Nisei Bi-Culturalism in Southern Brazil (Cornell)

Sample: N = 1,142 (x 6)

Locus: IDLRS, LADB



Family Education in Rio de Janeiro (Brasileiro)

Sample: N = 584

Locus: IDLRS, LADB
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1967

Omnibus Survey (#001)

Sample: N = 653 (x 2) Adults, Sao Paulo.

Adequacy of weekend activities in Sao Paulo; usual weekend pastimes;
interest in soccer, horse racing; frequency of attendance of races at
Cidade Jardim; favorite dance; preference for Bossa Nova or Ye-Ye-Ye;
favorite Brazilian singers of past and present; favorite songs; frequency
of reading newspaper, magazines, listening to radio and watching TV; news-
paper, magazine, radio station and TV channel preferred; where newspaper
is bought; interest in a particular TV serial; favorite serial and character;
knowledge of whether foreign investment in Brazilian journalism is permitted;
newspapers, magazines, television networks involved in foreign investments;
greatest problem facing Brazil; desirability of divorce, the establishment
of "Atombras," development of the atomic bomb in Brazil, keeping businesses
open at night; appropriate closing time of businesses; projected change in
inflation and time span in which will occur; greatest living Brazilian
politician; evaluation of the administration of Costa E Silva, Abreu Sodre,
Faria Lima; evaluation of the administration of Costa E Silva compared to
that of Castelo Branco; best Brazilian President; desirability of electing
the president and the governors by plebescite or by the deputies; prefer-
ence for civilian or military president; voter preference for next president,
state governor; sympathies in Middle East war; Israel's right to keep ter-
ritory acquired in the 1967 war; advisable nationality for the Holy Land;
advisability of United Nations intervention in the Middle East, continued
U.S. participation in the Vietnam war; projected victor of the Vietnam
war; country in which atomic bomb capability is most dangerous.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; occupation; education; income.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#001A-C)

Sample: Age 18 and over. Rio de Janeiro: N = 408 (x 2); Porto Alegre:
N = 539 (x 2); Recife: N = 423 (x 2)

NOTE: Identical questionnaires used in all three cities with the exceptions
denoted by asterisks below.

Favorite Brazilian state; interest in moving to another state; state desire
to move to; vacation trip ever taken; length of time since last trip and


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destination; desired places to visit; interest in foreign travel; country
most want to visit and places interested in seeing there; responsibility
for recent student-police confrontation; knowledge of and truth of charge
that the Amazon is being explored by foreigners; main country exploring
the Amazon; adequacy of government control of the Amazon; principal prob-
lems facing Brazil and capability of the government to solve them; desired
improvements in the quality of life in Brazil; group most favored by the
government and other groups (e.g., labor, farmers, the military) benefitted;
evaluation of the present government; description of the government in terms
of: civilian or military orientation, conservative or progressive, demo-
cratic or dictatorship; assessment of popularity of the government; necessity
of having military government; desire for a civilian president, a president
who continues or departs from the policies of President Costa E Silva, a
president elected by Congress or by plebescite; quality most important for
a president; voter preference for president, state governor; knowledge of
and attitude toward Sao Paulo Prefect; evaluation of the administration of
various listed local officials, *((A) and (B): best recent president)*;
*((A): interest in soccer teams; bank with which respondent has account;
belief in God).*

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age (3 categories); occupation;
education; birthplace; marital status.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#002A-C)

Sample: Age 18 and over, in Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, and Belo
Horizonte.

Cookies, jelly kept in the house; buyer of cookies and jelly; household
member who best likes cookies; jelly; most important quality of a good
cookie, jelly; cookie and jelly brands known, preferred, disliked; best
brand bought; evaluation of 6 cookie brands and 6 jelly brands; bank in
which respondent has account.

Demographics: Age (3 categories); socio-economic class; marital status;
occupation of head of household; respondent a voter; education.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#002)

Sample: N = 619 (x 2)- Adults, Sao Paulo.

Frequency of attendance of movies, the theater, a restaurant; most thirst-
quenching beverage, including name, brand, an artificial or natural product;
solution to Sao Paulo transportation problem; improvement or decline in
transportation since the departure of Colonel Font elle; need for birth
control program in Brazil; attitude toward current birth control methods;
methods disapproved of; knowledge of whether the pill is injurious to health;
free sexual expression as result of availability of the pill; attitude
toward government incentive programs for birth control; other countries
interested in having family planning established in Brazil; attitude toward
an educational TV channel; continuation of the open-air markets; interest
in recent "Congress of UNE"; advisability of permitting demonstrations,
existence of UNE; extent of student involvement in "UNE"; right of students
to participate in political demonstrations; government most hurt by the


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distribution tax on merchandise; greater financial assets held by state or
municipal government; desirability of firing of politicians in recent years;
politicians who should be reinstated; confidence in trustworthiness of politicians;
politicians who deserve public trust; greatest living Brazilian politician and
other politicians admired; difference in economic programs of Roberto Campos
and Delfim Neto; satisfaction with, evaluation of President Costa E Silva,
Governor Abreu Sodre, Prefect Faria Lima; voter preference for president,
state governor; knowledge and opinion of Governor of Parana; country most
admired in the world, Latin America; Latin American country with most and
least democratic government; countries with which Brazil should extend trade;
responsibility for the Vietnam war, racial tensions in the U.S.; advisable
Brazilian policy on proposed invasion of Cuba; imperialist tendencies of
Cuba; characterization of the administration of Abreu Sodre.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; race; education; occupation.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#003)

Sample: N = 642 (x 2) Adults, Sao Paulo.

Change in influence of religion; religion that is acquiring more importance
in Brazil; belief in God; frequency of attending church; need for reform in
Catholicism; necessity of attending Mass every Sunday; attitude toward
celibacy of priests; advisability of adopting strict laws on drunken driving;
attitude toward capital punishment; frequency of watching television; TV
serials or TV films followed regularly; best current TV serial and film;
interest in the issue of opening the Amazon to international development;
country preferred to develop the Amazon; greatest living Brazilian politi-
cian; voter preference for president, state governor, senator from Sao
Paulo; voter preference for next Sao Paulo Prefect; evaluation of President
Costa E Silva; Governor Abreu Sodre and Prefect Faria Lima; qualities
important for a Sao Paulo Governor and assessment of whether Abreu Sodre
exhibits these qualities; need for changing existing political parties;
old, now defunct party with which respondent sympathized; party preference;
desired program of a new political party; sympathy with a party that opposed
or supported the present government; assessment of accuracy of newspaper
portrayal of the Vietnam war; advisability of continued U.S. participation
in the Vietnam war; interest and admiration for guerrilla fighting; country
with most guerrillas; existence of guerrillas in Brazil; advisability of
Brazil joining international force to suppress guerrillas; attempts to
proselytize respondent's religion.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; race; education; occupation;
religion.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#004)

Sample: N = 629 (x 2) Adults, Sao Paulo.

Does respondent drive and intention to learn; previous cars owned; intention
to buy a car, a second car and model preferred; automobile company recently
purchased by another and model that will be continued; preference for buying
a car through a consortium, a concessionary or a private dealer; knowledge
of subways, of Sao Paulo subway proposal, of current Sao Paulo subway


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construction; confidence in eventual completion of Sao Paulo subway;
need for a subway in Sao Paulo; length of time before first metro line
will operate; recent change in the cost of living; existence of govern-
ment measures to check inflation; recently suspended political party
deserving most respect; attention to the party or the candidate in an
election; appropriate number of political parties; party preference;
preference for a candidate who is supported or opposed by Costa E Silva;
interest in and position in relation to the government of the "Liberal
Front"; leader of the "Liberal Front"; advisability of allowing the
"Liberal Front" to become a political party, to increase strength;
effect of Juscelino Kubitscheck, Joao Goulart on the strength of the
"Liberal Front"; desirability of Janio Quadros' participation in the
"Liberal Front"; voter preference for president, state governor, Sao
Paulo Prefect, senator; evaluation of, attitude toward Costa E Silva;
Abreu Sodre, Faria Lima; principal achievements of the administration
of Abreu Sodre; best minister in the Costa E Silva regime; priority
problem facing state government.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; race; education; occu-
pation; religion; car ownership; model and year of cars owned;
respondent a voter.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#005)

Sample: N = 596 (x 2) Adults, Sao Paulo.

Expectation that 1968 will be better or worse than 1967; anticipated
change during 1968 in prices, unemployment, labor strikes, taxes, economic
outlook, international conflicts, strength of the U.S.S.R., China, U.S.;
types of courses taken in university; most important university courses
for respondent's profession; motive for choosing completed and potential
university courses; relative influence of formal education and other influ-
ences on learning; anticipated change in current standard of living;.
estimated cruzeiros per week needed by a family of 4 and adequacy of
respondent's weekly income; areas in which more government money should
be spent; needed improvements in education; relative importance of techni-
cal, professional schools and universities; grade level through which
education should be free; newspapers and sections read; advisability of
permitting the lottery; greatest living Brazilian politician; benefits
of the 1964 revolution; preference for electing president, governor by
the legislature or by plebescite; preference for selecting a prefect by
the Governor, Councilmen or by plebescite; voter preference for president,
governor; evaluation of the administrations of Costa E Silva, Abreu
Sodre, Faria Lima; best recent president, Governor of Sao Paulo; preference
for Faria Lima as governor or prefect; satisfaction with Janio Quadros'
reasons for resigning as president; relative performance of Janio Quadros
as prefect, governor, president, influence of Janio Quadros' endorsement
on respondent's vote; existence of differences between Janio Quadros and
Carvalho Pinto; advisability of return of Ademar de Barros to politics;
ousted politicians who should be reinstated.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; race; education; occupation;
religion.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1967 (continued)

Omnibus Youth Survey

Sample: N = 1,066 15-24 years of age, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

Expectations for the future; attitude toward present government; main
problem facing Brazil; belief in God; evaluation of contemporaneity of
parents; attitude toward the "mini-skirt", men's clothing and hairstyles;
characterization of relationship with parents; attitude toward democracy
and homosexuality; evaluation of education; importance of virginity as
criterion for marriage; ideal job and family size; attitude toward married
women who work; attitude toward family planning; importance of fidelity in
marriage; solution to failure of a marriage; best governmental system;
most important aspect of marriage; confidence in Brazil; youth's partici-
pation in the country's development; source of knowledge about current
events; kind of music preferred.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (actual); residence (e.g.,
with parents, relatives); education; employment status; income; marital
status.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (JB-#43)

Sample: N = 312 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Voter registration; knowledge of Rio de Janeiro F.M.I. meeting and
assessment of its effect; attitude toward Carlos Lacerda-Joao Goulart
alliance and Carlos Lacerda-Juscelino Kubitschek alliance; popularity of
Carlos Lacerda; attitude toward punishing Carlos Lacerda for meeting with
Joao Goulart; voter preference for governor of Guanabara and president
of Brazil; evaluation ofcurrent government ministers and President
Costa E Silva; advisability of accepting aid in developing nuclear power
potential for Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (actual).

Locus: RPORC



Exportation of Instant Coffee

Sample: N = 400 Rio de Janeiro; N = 345 Sao Paulo. Age 19
and over, stratified by socio-economic class, age group and location of
residence.

Knowledge of U.S.-Brazilian dispute over Brazil's coffee export policies;
attitude toward U.S. request for an import tax on Brazilian instant
coffee; attitude toward the possibility of U.S. Congress's failure to
ratify the "International Coffee Agreement Pact"; desirable degree of
influence of U.S. policies on Brazil; likelihood that American demand for
a coffee export tax will extend to various listed other Brazilian pro-
ducts; attitude toward Brazilian posture of not capitulating to American
demands; Brazilian government capability of withstanding pressure to
accept U.S. demands; confidence in the Brazilian government's protection
of other areas of national interest; evaluation of the administration
of Costa E Silva; effect on people's confidence in government of Brazilian
handling of the coffee dispute; administration's handling of the coffee
dispute as consistent or surprising; confidence in the present government's


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adoption of strong measures to resolve domestic problems; confidence
in the government's continued accomplishments.

Demographics: Family income. Rio de Janeiro: age (4 categories).
Sao Paulo: profession of respondent of head of household; education sex.

Locus: RPORC



Migration to Itumbiara (Pastore)

Sample: N = 291 (x 8)

Locus: IDLRS


1968

The Administration of President Costa E Silva (#JB-45)

Sample: N = 304 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of administration of Costa E Silva; comparison with the adminis-
tration of Castelo Branco; influence of the "3s" in government decisions;
change in the cost of living compared to that under the previous adminis-
tration; voter preference for president; most active minister in present
administration; concentration of the opposition in the "Liberal Front" or
the MDB ("Movimento Democratico Brasileiro"); advisability of prohibition
of the "Liberal Front."

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories).

Locus: RPORC



International Affairs (#JB-46)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Preference among U.S. presidential hopefuls; motives of and attitude
toward U.S. policy in Vietnam; effect of the death of Martin Luther
King, Che Guevara; significance of recent dissensions in the communist
block; world-wide conflicts between students and governments; probable
outcome of Israeli-Jordanian hostilities, Jordanian terrorism; likeli-
hood of widespread Arab support for Jordan in the event of war with
Israel; Soviet military support of the United Arab Republic; Charles de
Gaulle as leader of the third world countries; effect of "hippy" philoso-
phy on society; attitude toward heart transplants from cadavers.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories).

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-50)

Sample: N = 332 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward papal prohibition of birth control, imprisonment of
ex-president Janio Quadros, taxi-service, university students' complaints
regarding food prices; responsibility of Janio Quadros for recent poli-
tical crisis in Brazil; adequacy of protection for night-time taxi
drivers; voter preference for president; evaluation of candidates for
impending U.S. elections; evaluation of the special supplement of the
Journal of Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-52)

Sample: N = 321 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward continuation of the Guanabara Cup Soccer Tournament;
quality of Rio de Janeiro television programs; knowledge of The Church
in Latin America Today; greatest problem facing the church in Latin
America; attitude toward International Federation of Pilots' response
to hijacking; causes of traffic problems in Rio de Janeiro; responsi-
bility for social unrest in Sao Paulo; amnesty for perpetrator's of
crimes involving national security; newspaper preference and sections
read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-53)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Donation of blood to State Institute of Hematology; attitude toward
currency devaluation and increase of tax on the dollar; attitude toward,
assessment of world-wide expectation of Soviet invasion of Czechoslo-
vakia and its effect on impending U.S. presidential elections; effect of
invasion of Czechoslovakia on U.S. presidential hopefuls and leftist
movements; comparison of Soviet intervention in Czechoslovakia and U.S.
intervention in Dominican Republic; public demonstrations against invasion
of Czechoslovakia; newspaper sections read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-54)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward deflating tires as a penalty for parking violations;
evaluation of leadership of President of Chile Eduardo Frei; attitude
toward Czechoslovakian leaders' acceptance of Soviet accord; advisa-
bility of excluding the Soviet Union from Olympic games; evaluation of
Hubert Humphrey as U.S. presidential candidate; ability of the Council
of Prices to control prices; areas of most and least outstanding activity
by President Costa E Silva; the equity of recent devaluation of currency;
newspaper preference; sections read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-5S)

Sample: N = 303 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Responsibility for the maltreatment of orphans; government awareness of
and response to the growth of Rio de Janeiro; attitude toward heart
transplants; willingness to donate an organ for transplant; appropriate
successor to Presidency; advisability of seeking reconciliation with Cuba;
acceptance of concept of "third world" nations; knowledge of and responsi-
bility for war between Biafra and Nigeria; newspaper preference and evalu-
ation of the Journal of Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-56)

Sample: N = 310 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Frequency of attending the theater; soccer team allegiance; evaluation
of Guanabara police; responsibility for failure to initiate agrarian
reform; evaluation of government of Prime Minister Oliveira Salazar of
Portugal; Russian intervention in the Middle East; projected Soviet
response to Albanian withdrawal from the Warsaw Pact; desirability of
integrating Cuba into the U.S.; newspaper preference and sections read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-57)

Sample: N = 305 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Best soccer team in Guanabara; preference for medical aid by free choice
or through "INFS"; safest forms of investment; radical groups as a threat
to domestic tranquility; existence of corruption in the government; likeli-
hood of punishment of those who disrupted University of Brasilia; advisa-
bility of U.S. intervention in the event of Russian invasion of West
Germany; India's role in international affairs; newspaper preference and
reading habits.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-58)

Sample: N = 321 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Advisability of government incentive to producers of national films;
evaluation of national films; right of the public to jeer at song
festival performers; evaluation of Caetano Veloso as an artist; effect
of water shortage on respondent; knowledge of the "Federal Government
Strategic Plan for Development"; attitude toward Papal condemnation of
extremism; interest in impending U.S. presidential elections; country
which is winning Vietnam War; newspaper preference; reading habits and
evaluation of news coverage.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-63)

Sample: N = 323 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of Brazilian soccer team; likelihood of Catholic compliance
with encyclical prohibition of birth control; attitude toward conversion
of buses from electric to oil engines; voter preference for governor
of Guanabara; interest in municipal elections; responsibility for recent
wave of violence; advisability of changing government ministerial appoint-
ees; newspaper preference, evaluation of news coverage and suggested
changes in same.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-64)

Sample: N = 330 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Need for improvements on Rio de Janeiro beaches; evaluation of public
school instruction; appropriate salary increases for civil and military
employees; effect of Queen Elizabeth's visit to Brazil on respondent's
view of the Queen; attitude toward election of Nixon to U.S. presidency;
projected policy of Nixon regarding the Vietnam War and aid to Latin
America; newspaper preference and evaluation of news coverage.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-65)

Sample: N = 310 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of news media weather forecasts; recent changes in quality of
transportation in Guanabara; recent changes in respondent's financial
situation; police treatment of criminals; responsibility for eliminating
crime; adequacy of increase in civil and military personnel salaries;
government efforts to resolve university course planning problems;
responsibility for failure of Paris peace talks; newspaper preference
and articles read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-66)

Sample: N = 322 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Adequacy of preparation for floods in Rio de Janeiro; satisfaction with
Rio de Janeiro subway plan; desirability of religious education in public
schools; attitude toward summer school sessions; attitude toward govern-
ment use of television time to explain policies; exposure to "Voice of
Brazil" (radio program); interpretation of "ARENA" (political party) suc-
cess in municipal elections; voter preference for party or candidate;
newspaper preference and evaluation of news coverage.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-68)

Sample: N = 325 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of the administration of Negrao de Lima; evaluation of
Brazilian confederation of sports; attitude toward a sports lottery;
influence of new car models on decision to buy a car; car model
preference; views on political comment by priests; right of the government
to punish intentional political comment by priests; attitude toward
Deputy Marcio Moreira Alves as opposition spokesman; responsibility for
the popular image of the government; Soviet warships in the Mediter-
ranean and Atlantic as a threat to Brazilian security; newspaper
preference and reading habits.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; age (3 categories); consumer durable
ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-69)

Sample: N = 304 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

All-star soccer team as representative of the best Brazilian soccer; use
of imported foods at Christmas; purpose of the price of attending the
theater; guilt or innocence of priests imprisoned for subversive acti-
vities; attitude toward papal allegation of decline in the church;
appropriate timing of debates for selection of Brazilian presidential
candidates; voter preference for president; newspaper preference.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Evaluation of the year 1968 (#JB-70)

Sample: N = 326 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Most important event and person in 1968 in Brazil and the world; most
serious threat to world peace in 1968; change in personal financial
situation during 1968; confidence in government's ability to control
inflation in 1969.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#007)

Sample: N = 617 (x 2) Adults, Sao Paulo.

Belief and interest in horoscopes; interest in soccer; voter preference
for President, Governor; evaluation of the administration of Costa E Silva,
Abreu Sodre, Faria Lima; preference for a political party in opposition
or support for present government; opportunity for opposition offered by
the "Liberal Front"; preference for the "Liberal Front" or MDB; preference
for artificial sweeteners or sugar; desire to know how food is sweetened;
wall colors preferred; evaluation of the service of the "Consorcio
Scurachio" and Sao Paulo Hilton; radio stations recently listened to;
radio listening habits; enjoyment of various listed kinds of music; kind
of popular music preferred; radio program and news casts preferred; best
and worst aspect of "Radio Eldorado" programming; attitude toward "Radio
Eldorado" music, newscasts, method of choosing music, weekend program-
ming; comparison of "Radio Eldorado" announcers with other networks;
adequacy of time devoted to newscasts on "Radio Eldorado"; suggestions
for improving "Radio Eldorado."

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age; religion; education; race;
profession of respondent and head of household; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#008)

Sample: N = 714 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Sao Paulo.

Intention to buy a TV, second TV; when TV will be bought and make
intended to buy; best TV make and intention to buy same; attitude
toward government tolerance of student movements; voter preference for
president, governor; recent president under whom cost of living increased
most and least; economic development under Costa E Silva compared to
that under Castelo Branco, Joao Goulart; recent president most able to
control inflation, best able to defend national interest, least able to
cut unemployment; characterization of the administrations of Joao Goulart,
Castelo Branco, Costa E Silva; best known current minister of government;
favorite current government minister; economic planner best able to
resolve Brazil's economic problems, most concerned with Brazil's national
interest, capable of accelerating economic development, most able to check
inflation; evaluation of each current government minister; recall of the
government position held by Delfim Neto; quality required to be a
councilman; qualities or accomplishments of former minister Delfim
Neto; best form of government for Brazil; advantages of adopting a
parliamentary system of government; evaluation of the administration of
Costa E Silva, Abreu Sodre, Faria Lima; preference for a candidate who
opposes or favors policies of Abreu Sodre; knowledge of new pre-soak
washing product; attitude toward "Consorcio Scurachio", Sao Paulo Hilton.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age (3 categories); education;
occupation; religion; TV ownership; make of TV owned.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#010)

Sample: N = 548 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Sao Paulo.

Favorite Brazilian state; interest in moving to another state; state desire
to move to; vacation trip ever taken; length of time since last trip and
destination; desired places to visit; interest in foreign travel; country
most want to visit and places interested in seeing there; responsibility for
recent student-police confrontation; knowledge of and truth of charge that
the Amazon is being explored by foreigners; main country exploring the
Amazon; adequacy of government control of the Amazon; principal problems
facing Brazil and capability of the government to solve them; desired
improvements in the quality of life in Brazil; group most favored by the
government and other groups (e.g., labor, farmers, the military) benefitted;
evaluation of the present government; characterization of the government
in terms of: civilian or military orientation, conservative or progres-
sive, democratic or dictatorship; assessment of popularity of the govern-
ment; necessity of having military government; desire for a civilian
president, a president who continues or departs from the policies of
President Costa E Silva; quality most important for a president; voter
preference for president, state governor, Sao Paulo Prefect; knowledge
of, attitude toward, and evaluation of Sao Paulo Prefect; knowledge of
ministers of transportation and labor, governor, Governor of Parana;
attitude toward and evaluation of state governor; knowledge of party
affiliation and background of Faria Lima; interest in knowing more about
politics, economics, health, religion, sports, arts and desirable format
for television programs on these subjects; interest in a TV correspon-
dence course; desirable focus for a TV program on health; knowledge of
makes of air conditioners, radios, record players; most and least expensive,
best and worst air conditioner and radio; experience with air conditioner
and radio breakdowns; repair services used; satisfaction with factory
repairs; evaluation of various makes of air conditioners and radios;
best television make; knowledge of whiskey, televisions, brand name
under which solid state televisions are sold; knowledge of Joao Carlos
Meirelles.

Demographics: Sex; socio-economic class; age (3 categories); occupation;
education; marital status; bank in which respondent has account.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#011)

Sample: N = 617 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Sao Paulo.

Name of the illness and treatment of any household member recently ill;
knowledge of ads for specific brands of various listed consumer products;
brand of appliances owned; knowledge of makes of sewing machines, toasters,
pressure cookers; best make of toaster, pressure cooker; most and least
expensive, best and worst sewing machine; experience with sewing machine
breakdowns; repair services used; satisfaction with factory repairs;
evaluation of various listed sewing machine brands; medicines used that
require no prescription; jelly kept in the house; buyer of jelly;
household member who best likes jelly; most important quality of a good
jelly; jelly brands known, preferred, disliked; best brand bought; evalua-
tion of 6 jelly brands; bank in which respondent has account.

Demographics: Age (3 categories); socio-economic class; marital status;


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occupation of respondent and head of household; respondent a voter;
education.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey

Sample: N = 700 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward public officials' use of official automobiles; observation
of use of official automobiles for work or private purposes; probable
effect on employee efficiency and government costs of discontinuing the
use of official automobiles; suggested regulations on the use of official
cars; knowledge and evaluation of "SURSAN" discontinuation of official
cars; attitude toward public auctioning of official cars; salary of
public employees in relation to other occupations; fair criteria for
setting public employee salaries; knowledge of public employees supplement-
ing their income by extra on-the-job tasks; probable effect of increasing
the salaries of especially hard-working employees; concurrence with
"SURSAN" policy of returning unsatisfactory employees to Guanabara,
discharging unsatisfactory employees, increasing salaries of capable
workers; probable effect on costs and efficiency of "SURSAN" policies;
advisability of limiting or extending "SURSAN" policies; attitude toward
construction of viaducts in Guanabara; viaducts as a solution to traffic
problems; government motives in building viaducts; desirable public works
improvements.

Demographics: Age (5 categories); education; profession; sex; monthly
salary.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-election Survey

Sample: N = 300 Stratified by sex, profession and geographic locale,
and random sampling with respect to other non-localized characteristics in
Piracicaba.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Luciano Guidotti, Governor
Abreu Sodre, and President Costa E Silva; voter preference for prefect,
vice-prefect and state governor; vote recall in last election for state
deputy and governor.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; education;
sex; age (S categories); family income.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-election Survey

Sample: N = 400 Stratified by sex, profession and geographic locale,
and random sampling with respect to other non-localized characteristics
in Campinas.

Respondent a voter in Campinas; evaluation of the administration of
present Prefect Ruy Novaes, former Prefect Miguel Vicente Cury, Governor


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Abreu Sodre, and President Costa E Silva; Prefect Ruy Novaes' administration
compared to that of Miguel Vicente Cury; preference for candidates from
ARENA or MDB Parties; effect on respondent's vote of Prefect Ruy Novaes'
endorsement of a candidate; voter preference for prefect and state governor;
vote recall in last gubernatorial election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of.household; education;
age (5 categories); sex; marital status; family income.

Locus: RPORC



Attitudes Toward Jews

Sample: N = 1,000 Residents, age 16 and over, of Sao Paulo, Rio
de Janeiro and Porto Alegre.

Definition of a Jew; existence and degree of anti-semitism in Brazil,
respondent's own prejudicial views, friendship with Jews; advisability
of intermarriage, integrated social activities, Jewish participation
in Brazilian politics; voting for Jewish candidates; abandonment of
Jewish customs in order to be equal; generalizations about intelligence,
strangeness, ambitiousness exploitiveness of Jews; advisability of Jewish
emigration to Israel.

Demographics: Age (5 categories); education; profession; car ownership,
make and year; religion; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Survey Among Catholics

Sample: N = 300 Catholics, age 18 and over, in Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Paulo, Cambui.

Frequency of attending Mass; frequency of visiting church to pray alone;
most recent confession; relation of church attendance to being a good
Catholic; frequency of inclination to discuss sin; reason for failure to
discuss sin; with whom accustomed to discussing sin; cause of decline in
Brazilian concern about sin; belief in heaven and hell; sinfulness of
voting for an atheist, telling jokes about religion, charging high interest
rates, wearing mini-skirts, indifference to politics, performing heart
transplants, using contraceptives, prostitution, pre-marital sex by a
woman, paying taxes, favoring divorce, masturbating, participating in
strikes, anti-semitism; attitude toward church condemnation of contra-
ception; advisability of regulating films which satirize catholicism;
parent prohibition of anti-catholic books; influence of science on
determining what is sinful, alienating men from religion; most offensive
of the "seven deadly sins;" marriage partner who bears chief responsi-
bility for using contraception; sinfulness of using contraception when
couple cannot support more children.

Demographics: Sex; age (4 categories); marital status; education;
occupation; consumer durable ownership; socio-economic class.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Media Survey

Sample: N = 4,390 Men and women over 15 years of age in 10 cities,
including Londrina, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte, Salvador,
Recife, Rio de Janeiro and suburbs, Sao Paulo and suburbs.

Brands or models of various listed consumer durables used, including
foods, medicines, personal hygiene products (e.g., toothpaste, deodorant),
housecleaning products, appliances and cars; radio stations listened to;
TV channels watched; respondent and other household members who read
newspapers and magazines; newspaper and magazine preferences; radio in
respondent's car; source of magazines read.

Demographics: Consumer durable ownership; household composition; monthly
household income; socio-economic class; age (4 categories); sex; marital
status; education; profession of respondent and head of family.

Locus: RPORC



Household Products

Sample: N = 1,000 Adults in Guanabara.

Use of various listed consumer products including foods, household
cleaning products and alcoholic beverages.

Demographics: Family income; consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Automobile Insurance

Sample: N = 498 Rio de Janeiro.

Has respondent obtained insurance; private company with which respon-
dent has policy.

Demographics: Model, year and registration number of car owned; family
income.

Locus: RPORC

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Taxi Insurance

Sample: N = 176 Taxi-drivers in Rodape.

Taxi ownership or company to which respondent's taxi belongs; has
respondent obtained insurance; private insurance company with which
respondent has policy.

Demographics: Model, year and registration number of taxi; family income.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1968 (continued)

Profile of Student Youth

Sample: N = 286 University and secondary school students in Guanabara.

Attitude toward and evaluation of parents' generation; advisability of
following the experience of older people; dissatisfaction of the present
generation; incentive offered by the present world; capability of making the
world better for posterity; expectation of dissatisfaction or fulfillment
upon reaching middle age; past generation as deserving of admiration;
advisability of adhering to established norms; most desirable motivations
for professional success; belief in the concept of human progress; effect of
technology on human problems; evaluation of quality of education; permanence
of student unrest; students' most serious concerns; reason for attending
university; goals of education (broad humanist background or field speciali-
zation); level of education the government aspires for the populace;
influence of the university on personal opinions; specific changes in
personal outlook as result of attending university; prerequisites for
leadership; public figure who exemplifies a leader.

Demographics: Level of education; sex.

Locus: RPORC

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Toilet Products

Sample: N = 1,000 Adults in Rio de Janeiro.

Use of various listed personal hygiene products including cosmetics,
dental products, deodorants and perfumes, shampoos, etc.

Locus: RPORC



Attitude of Adolescents Toward Parents (#0003)

Sample: N = 200 Age 13-16, stratified by location of domicile and
socio-economic class in Guanabara and Sao Paulo.

Concurrence of general outlook of self and parents; would outlook be like
one's parents if respondent were younger; intention to treat own children
the same or different from parents' treatment of respondent; desire for
parents to be different; assessment of parents' desire for respondent to
be different; parents' admonitions about behavior and money and respondent's
attitude toward their rationale; approval from parents as a reward or as
constant; parents' insistence that they were better when themselves
adolescents and respondent's assessment of whether parents are justified;
characterization of parents' probable behavior and happiness during
adolescence; comparison of intelligence, seriousness, health, studiousness,
happiness of parents' generation and today's youth; changes in the world
between the time of parents' youth and today; parents' major fault; recep-
tion of greater understanding, communication, nervousness from mother
or father; evaluation of respondent's parents compared to most; parents as
models; parents' aspirations for respondent and respondent's intention to
pursue same; advantages of being parents; degree of openness with parents;
parents as friends; more relaxed with parents or friends; desired changes
in parents; parents' acceptance of respondent's friends; disapproval of
certain aspects of parents' behavior; do parents tire of respondent or
vice versa; assessment of parents' relationship; willingness to confide
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favoritism; attitude toward members of the household other than parents
and siblings; desired number of children when respondent marries.

Demographics: Sex; age (actual); socio-economic class.

Locus: RPORC



Children' Attitude Toward Parents

Sample: N = 200 Age 7-12, stratified by age and sex in Rio de Janeiro
and Sao Paulo.

Assessment of parents' description of respondent's character and behavior;
assessment of whether parents' view of respondent is justified; justifi-
cation for parents' contention that respondent obeys only when scolded;
parents' belief in all that respondent says and vice versa; preference for
being with parents or friends; favorite place to be; parent who scolds most
often; greater regard for parent were he/she to scold less often; does
respondent have siblings and grandparents; parental favoritism; comparison
of respondent's parents and friends' parents; situation in which has least
regard for each parent; parent who most frequently plays with respondent;
requests for story-telling and frequency with which parents oblige; degree
to which parents pay attention to respondent; behavior of which parents
approve and disapprove; parents as models; assessment of whether respon-
dent is more loved by parents or grandparents; characterization of mother
and father (e.g., pretty, strong, cheerful); parents' characterization of
respondent's behavior as habitually right or wrong; slaps for wrong
behavior and child's response to being slapped; intention to treat own
children the same or different from parents' treatment of respondent; the
kind of parent respondent intends to be; fear of parents as deterrent to
respondent's complete openness; quarrelsomeness of parents and respon-
dent's reaction to their quarrels.

Demographics: Age (actual); sex.

Locus: RPORC



Newspapers and the Election

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Sao Bernardo Do Campo.

Length of residence in Sao Bernardo; satisfaction with the administration
of Prefect Higino de Lima; newspaper preference; position of city's
newspapers on the Prefect; knowledge of and attitude toward the "Folha"
(newspaper) campaign against the Prefect; effect of the Folha campaign on
the Prefect's prestige; influence on respondent of Folha campaign against
Prefect de Lima.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; age (5 cate-
gories); family income; marital status; sex; education.

Locus: RPORC


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Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 250 Cross-section of the electorate in Aparecida.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Aristeu Vieira Vilela,
Governor Abreu Sodre, President Costa E Silva; most urgent problems
facing Aparecida; voter preference for city councilman, prefect,
state governor; vote recall in last gubernatorial election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; age (5
categories); family income; sex; education; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 292 Cross-section of the electorate in Cruzeiro and
Sao Paulo.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Avelino Jose Mariano;
Governor Abreu Sodre, President Costa E Silva; most urgent problems
facing Cruzeiro; Cruzeiro politician with most political influence;
voter preference for prefect and state governor; vote recall in last
gubernatorial election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; education;
sex; age (5 categories); marital status; family income.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 300 Cross-section of the electorate in Itapetininga.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Joaquim Aleixo Machado,
Governor Abreu Sodre, and President Costa E Silva; most urgent problems
facing Itapetininga; preference for candidates from ARENA or MBD
(political parties); voter preference for prefect, vice-prefect, city
councilman; vote recall in last election for state deputy, state governor.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; education;
age (5 categories); sex; marital status; family income.

Locus: RPORC



Pharmaceutical Products

Sample: N = 1,000 Rio de Janeiro.

Use of various listed pharmaceutical products and various listed makes
of radio.

Demographics: Family income; consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 290 Cross-section of the electorate in Araraquara, Sao
Paulo.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Romulo Lupo, Governor Abreu
Sodre, President Costa E Silva; voter preference for political party,
prefect, state governor; vote recall in last election for prefect and state
governor.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; age
(5 categories); sex; family income; education; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 295 Cross-section of the electorate in Ponta Grossa,
state of Parana.

Respondent a voter in Ponta Grossa; satisfaction with the administration
of the Prefect, Governor Paulo Pimentel, President Costa E Silva; voter
preference for political party, prefect, state governor; vote recall in
last gubernatorial election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; age
(5 categories); sex; education; marital status.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 280 Cross-section of the electorate in Garca.

Evaluation of the administrations of Prefect Pedro Valentim Fernandes,
Governor Abreu Sodre, and President Costa E Silva; most urgent problems
facing Garca; preference for ARENA or MDB (political parties); voter
preference for prefect, state governor; vote recall in last gubernatorial
election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; education;
sex; age (5 categories); marital status; family income.

Locus: RPORC



Pre-Election Survey

Sample: N = 500 Cross-section of the electorate in Sao Paulo.

Satisfaction with Governor Abreu Sodre and President Costa E Silva;
intention to vote with the government viewpoint or the opposition in
next election; criteria for supporting a gubernatorial candidate; voter
preference for state governor; effect on respondent's vote of federal or
state government's endorsement of a candidate; preference for ARENA or
MDB (political parties); knowledge of Prefect Faria Lima'a having joined the


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ARENA Party and effect on respondent's attitude toward Lima; vote recall
in last gubernatorial election.

Demographics: Profession of respondent or head of household; education;
sex; age (5 categories); marital status; family income.

Locus: RPORC

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Birth Control

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over.

Criteria for determining appropriate family size; advisability of limiting
family size according to economic resources of the parents; relative
ease of raising children; intention to have more children; effect of an
additional child on ability to raise present children; attitude toward
people who practice family planning, women who use birth control pills;
relationship between the practice of family planning and religiosity;
knowledge of and attitude toward birth control pills; willingness to use
and confidence in using birth control pills if couldn't afford another
child; knowledge of and concurrence with papal condemnation of birth con-
trol pills; contribution of the pill to female infidelity; effect of
papal encycical on women who already use the pill; effect on religiosity
of women who continue to use the pill; concurrence with church policy
regarding: Mass in the vernacular; lay dress for clergy, distribution
of wealth; social class with greatest difficulty in raising children;
which most needs family planning, most affected by papal prohibition of
birth control pill; probable change in extent of pill use; effect of
papal prohibition of the pill on the church's prestige.

Demographics: Monthly income; religion; education; family size;
age (5 categories).

Locus: RPORC



Attitudes of the Carioca Electorate

Sample: N = 500 Rio de Janeiro.

Voter preference for president, state governor; interest in politics;
chief interests; number of times voted; satisfaction with performance of
public officials for whom respondent voted; effect of individual vote on
election outcome; ability of politics to solve problems; reasons for and
importance of voting; responsiveness of public officials; interest in
papal position on birth control, detention of Janio Quadros, student
demonstrations; relative importance and general appeal of political and
economic issues; priority concerns for improving Brazil; appropriate
allocation to each area of government (e.g., agriculture, education);
attitude toward government's, President Costa E Silva's stand on student
demonstrations; changes in public opinion as a result of President
Costa E Silva's stand on student demonstrations; vote recall in last
gubernatorial election; government minister closest to the people, most
influential among certain groups (e.g., old and young, men and women),
most qualified to succeed President Costa E Silva.

Demographics: Monthly salary; sex; profession; age (5 categories);
marital status; education; family size.

Locus: RPORC


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Medical Services

Sample: N = 500 Age 18 and over, Guanabara.

Most urgent problems facing Guanabara; solutions to public health problems
in Guanabara and Brazil; use of and satisfaction with state medical service;
reason for using state instead of private medical facilities; advantages
and deficiencies of state medical service; justification in claims of
deficiencies in medical services; evaluation of the functioning of urban
sanitation, police, transportation, public health and education services;
change in quality of medical services (e.g., doctors and nurses, clinics),
equipment, number of facilities; comparison of present and past innocula-
tion services as to number of people served, variety of serums available,
functioning of clinics; improvement or decline in state hospital service;
probable ease of reorganizing medical services; adequacy of recent changes
in medical services; expected change in quality of medical services by the
end of present government administration.

Demographics: Monthly salary; age (5 categories); sex; marital status;
education; family size.

Locus: RPORC



Medical Services

Sample: N = 402 Cross-section of medical and administrative personnel
and fifth and sixth year medical students in Guanabara.

Adequacy of state medical services; comparison of present and past state
medical services as to: number and condition of hospitals and clinics,
equipment, pharmaceutical and food supplies, administrative functioning;
number of people served and variety of serums given by innoculation
services; priorities in public image of government programs; changes in
respondent's ability to work effectively; assessment of relative patient
satisfaction; ability of medical students to have satisfactory internship
and residency in hospitals; relative ease of improving medical facilities;
adequacy of recent changes in medical services.

Demographics: Occupation within the medical profession; year in medical
school; sex.

Locus: RPORC



Medical Services

Sample: N = 105 Cross-section of third and fourth year medical students
in Rio de Janeiro.

Experience as intern in a Guanabara State Hospital; evaluation of hospitals'
provisions for adequate intern experience; recent changes in hospital services
and expectation of improvement in hospital services and intern programs;
assessment of government concern for efficiency of medical services; interest
in interning in remote areas of Brazil; attitude toward medical student
participation in the "National Literacy Plan."

Demographics: Year in medical school; sex.

Locus: RPORC


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Voice of America Study

Sample: N = 1,382 (x 3) Quota sampling according to metropolitan or
non-metropolitan area, type of institution, occupation or position, sex.
Adults, age 18 and over, in 11 specified occupations. Metropolitan
areas Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre.
Non-metropolitan areas Presidente Prudente, Ribeirao Preto, Uberaba,
Feira de Santana, Santa Maria.

Most reliable sources of information about international events; frequency
of radio listening, TV viewing and movie-going; interest in various topics
and programming on radio, on "Voice of America" (VOA); favorite radio
programs; radio listening and TV viewing yesterday, during weekdays and
weekends; live radio broadcasts heard and radio band on which received;
shortwave radio received; frequency of listening to and attitude toward
shortwave stations; quality of shortwave reception; reliability of the BBC
vs. VOA; movies attended during past week; magazines and books read and
frequency of reading; cultural centers visited, frequency of visiting,
purpose of visit; interest in international affairs; countries particularly
interested in; concurrence of U.S. with Brazilian national interests;
reasons for listening, not listening to VOA; language in which VOA broad-
casts received; VOA as government vehicle or independent; effort of VOA
to present a balanced picture of America; type of music interested in;
knowledge gained from VOA; when began listening to VOA; changes, attitude
toward recent changes in VOA English programs; attitude toward VOA programs
in "Special English"; VOA listening during past week; favorite and least
liked VOA programs.

Demographics: Occupation; education; age (5 categories); sex; location.

Same survey questionnaire used in: Colombia and Mexico.

Locus: RPORC




1969

Omnibus Survey (#JB-71)

Sample: N = 312 Age 18 and over, in Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward minimum income required for tax-exemption, prohibition or
strict tax of imported luxury items, government freeze on hiring of public
service personnel; desired priorities in state government; attitude toward
Israeli retaliatory measures against Arab terrorists; attitude toward
government suspension of the political rights of Carlos Lacerda.


Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1969 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-72)

Sample: N = 307 Age 18 and over, in Rio de Janeiro.

Right of the court to punish parents of children who violate beach
curfew; responsibility for recent Rio de Janeiro terrorist incidents;
attitude toward rent control, price freeze, government imposed mandatory
lunch service by restaurants and fixed price for special lunches; atti-
tude toward General de Gaulle's recent policies regarding Israel;
newspaper preference, sections read and evaluation of new Journal of Brazil
section.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-73)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over in Rio de Janeiro.

Intention to be vaccinated for flu; attitude toward government efforts
to reduce deficit; effectiveness of government efforts to contain the
cost of living; attitude toward continuation of open markets; desira-
bility of assigning dangerous routes to careless bus drivers; importance
of American "Apollo 8" vs. Soviet "Soyus 4 and 5" space flights; liberalism
or conservatism of Nixon administration; ability of Nixon administration
to attain peace in Vietnam.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-74)

Sample: N = 321 Age 18 and over in Rio de Janeiro.

Intention to attend "1969 Carnival"; projected liveliness of the Carnival;
attitude toward wearing informal clothing in summer; attitude toward
Avenue Atlantica highway project; government's ability to stabilize prices
of cinemas and schools; right of ex-dictator Perez Giminez to hold public
office; probable Soviet response to renewed protests in Czechoslovakia.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-75)

Sample: N = 327 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of "1969 Carnival" decorations; satisfaction with operation of
the city traffic lights; past and anticipated changes in city telephone
system; satisfaction with Brazilian soccer team preparations for World


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Cup competition in Mexico; effect of change in the "Law of Tenancy";
Israeli right of reprisal against Iraq; motives for hanging Israelis
in Iraq; Paris peace talks party who shows greatest desire for peace
in Vietnam; newspaper preference and evaluation of Journal of Brazil
section.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-76)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward World Cup soccer team selection process; relative
performance of the present soccer selection commission; attitude
toward Sr. Paulo Machado de Carvalho and Joao Saldanha as soccer
selection board members; view of commercial meals of SUNAB; appropri-
ate timing of merger of Guanabara and state of Rio de Janeiro; desira-
bility of an interim management period after merger of Guanabara
and Rio de Janeiro; evaluation of President Nixon's administration;
newspaper preference and evaluation.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-77)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Relative liveliness of "1969 Carnival"; the carnival as a viable
tradition; participation in Carnival; best Samba School; fairness
of adjourning the Guanabara Legislative Assembly; effectiveness
of improvements in Rio de Janeiro highways; responsibility for recent
Berlin crisis; newspaper preference, reliance on newspapers to be
informed and comic strip preference.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-78)

Sample: N = 314 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward open air markets, increase in price of educational
materials; necessity of broadcasting foreign TV programs by satellite;
attitude toward relocation of slum dwellers; obligation of government
to provide inexpensive transportation for relocated citizens; desira-
bility of relocating the poor or improving existing housing; existence
of a credit shrinkage; effect of French President De Gaulle's politics


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BRAZIL 1969 (continued)

on European unity; evaluation of President Nixon's administration; know-
ledge of and source of knowledge about temporary halt in publication of
"Carrei da Maha."

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-79)

Sample: N = 325 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Projected Rio de Janeiro soccer championship winner; advisability of
reconvening National Congress; attitude toward government policy regarding
subsidies to city councilmen; fairness of plan for compensation for expro-
priated land; reception by satellite and quality of reception of Apollo 9
launching; explanation for "flying saucers"; responsibility for Sino-
Soviet border clash.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-80)

Sample: N = 326 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward proposed change in traffic ticket distribution, traffic
tolls, proposed prohibition of raffles and lotteries; stringency of
income tax; quality of Brazilian films as compared with foreign films;
necessity for exploring the moon; popularity of the "Beatles"; attitude
toward and probable motives for nationalization of the International
Petroleum Company; advisability of compensation for expropriated Inter-
national Petroleum Company.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-81)

Sample: N = 306 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Appropriate starting time of night hockey games; attitude toward proposed
solution to parking violations; interest in and source of information about
International Film Festival; evaluation of the quality of "New Brazilian
Cinema", and appropriate subject matter for Brazilian films; causes of
crisis in Brazilian theater; necessity for new anti-missile installation
in Brazil; right of Caribbean Island of Anguilla to proclaim independence;
Sino-Soviet tensions as threat to nuclear war; newspaper preference;
necessity of reading more than one newspaper in order to be informed.








BRAZIL 1969 (continued)

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-82)

Sample: N = 315 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

New overpass as improvement in Guanabara traffic situation; source of
and satisfaction with fuel for home; attitude toward "International
Film Festival II"; frequency of eating fish during Holy Week; respondent's
1968 income tax already filled out; attitude toward export tax on Brazilian
coffee; likelihood of Sino-Soviet war.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-83)

Sample: N = 326 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of Guanabara state secretaries; prohibition or regulation of
cock fights; achievements of March 31, 1964 revolution; possible leader-
ship of ARENA Party; evaluation of ministers of President Costa E Silva's
administration; determination of minimum salary levels in Brazil; estimate
of minimum salary level for 1969; threats to world peace; newspaper
preference and evaluation.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-84)

Sample: N = 323 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of and expectations for Brazilian soccer team; attitude toward
choice of players for the World Cup team; major problems of Rio de Janeiro;
evaluation of the size of and service provided by the civil service; satis-
faction with the "INPS"; relative quality of welfare services today; need
for simplification of clerical vestments; newspaper preference and suggested
improvements in Journal of Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); and consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-85)

Sample: N = 329 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Payment of priests by salary or charity; attitude toward judicial reform;
priority of reforms by the federal government; attitude toward existing
political parties (MDB and ARENA); desirable number of political parties;
preference for existing Brazilian customs policy or a free economy;
appropriate U.S. response to the downing of a U.S. reconnaissance plane
by North Korea; right of an armed plane to shoot down an unarmed recon-
naissance plane; newspaper preference; TV news programs watched; complete-
ness of news coverage on TV.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-86)

Sample: N = 315 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Innoculation of respondent's dog; attitude toward proposed telephone
company measure to charge extra per call above a minimum; attitude
toward proposed plan for urbanization of Baixada da Barra da Tijuca 0
Jacarepagua; desirability of control by state government of growth of
Copacabana; responsibility for ousting of Czech leader Alexander Dubcek;
justice of death penalty for Sirhan Sirhan (assassin of Robert Kennedy)
and life sentence for Earl Ray (assassin of Martin Luther King); approval
of death penalty; newspaper preference and sections read.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-87)

Sample: N = 316 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward formation of a metropolitan area of Grande Rio; level of
Guanabara state minimal salary and different salary levels for each state;
desirable method of paying indemnities on agrarian reform; respondent's method
of paying bills; adequacy of Brazilian territorial sea boundaries; signifi-
cance of French President De Gaulle's defeat in recent referendum; projected
new president of France; newspaper preference and evaluation.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-88)

Sample: N = 310 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Desirability of admitting minors to soccer games; attitude toward hiring
foreigners for Brazilian soccer teams; relative importance of area highway
construction projects; existence of solutions to future problems of Guana-
bara; attitude toward bank service charges; attitude toward government
termination of 3% per annum interest payed on regular cash deposits;
attitude toward rental of public hospitals to private firms; advisability
of public finance for health care; attitude toward current price of milk
and coffee.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-89)

Sample: N = 318 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward sale of firecrackers; attitude toward reform of the reli-
gious calendar; respondent's saint; attitude toward opening of the National
Congress; timing of reopening of Congress in relation to constitutional
reforms; Brazil's readiness to return to institutional normalcy; possible
success of Nelson Rockefeller's study of American aid to Latin America;
confidence in U.S. role in political stabilization of Latin America;
responsibility for deaths of several Soviet generals; newspaper preference
and evaluation of news coverage.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-90)

Sample: N = 309 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward informal dress at "International Festival of Music" in
Guanabara; satisfaction with garbage collection in Rio de Janeiro; desira-
bility of transferring garbage collection service to a private firm;
attitude toward censorship of television programs; Bishop's right to close
churches in political protest; civil effects of Catholic marriages;
attitude toward presidential prohibition against minors' driving automo-
biles; significance of "municipal convention" of political parties.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1969 (continued)

Omnibus Survey (#JB-91)

Sample: N = 311 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Respondent's investments of savings or income; way of investing money
should respondent begin today; safest and most tempting way of investing
capital; criteria for or precautions taken when investing.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); average
monthly income; consumer durable ownership; interviewer assessment of
appearance of house and respondent.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-92)

Sample: N = 321 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Advisability of penalty for soccer team who used a player suspended by
the "National Council of Sports"; attitude toward prohibition on displaying
signs on the right hand windshield, use of horns in Rio de Janeiro; know-
ledge of books by Marquis de Sade; concurrence with governments who urged
Nelson Rockefeller to cancel his Latin American tour; probable results of
Rockefeller's tour; liberalism or conservatism of Rockefeller; best presi-
dent of France.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-93)

Sample: N = 329 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of and expectations for Brazilian national soccer team;
assessment of change in public interest in beauty contests; respondent's
interest in beauty contests; attitude toward dubbing of foreign films and
TV shows shown in Brazil; appropriateness of showing dubbed films in all
or only some theaters; intention to join a political party and party pre-
ference; interest in reading newspaper accounts of space flights that are
also viewed on TV.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-94)

Sample: N = 304 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward victorious team in Rio de Janeiro soccer championships;
fairness of soccer referee Armando Marques; advisability of Pele leaving
Brazilian soccer to play for Mexico; knowledge and evaluation of Glauber
Rocha film "Dragon of Evil and The Holy Warrior"; role of the state


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government in recent slaughter of fish in Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas; results
of Nelson Rockefeller's visit to Latin America; value of Rockefeller's Latin
American tour in respondent's perspective on U.S.-Latin American relations;
significance of lack of political protest demonstrations during Rockefeller's
visit to Brazil; United States role in improving Latin American standard of
living.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durables.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-95)

Sample: N = 323 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward developments in Guanabara Cup soccer championships dispute;
projected winner of the Guanabara Cup; desirable degree of reform of
Brazilian constitution of 1967; attitude toward divorce; evaluation of
new Portuguese Prime Minister Marcello Caetano; desirability of political
coordination between Brazil and Portugal; significance of moon landing;
degree of radicalism of Peruvian agrarian reform; validity of criticisms
of Pope Paul VI.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-96)

Sample: N = 330 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward training regime for World Cup soccer team players; use
and evaluation of satellite communication services; party preference;
attitude toward Brazilian refusal to accept Indian gift of elephants
for Rio de Janeiro zoo; evaluation of Nelson Rockefeller's visit to
Latin America; importance and effect on Soviet-Rumanian relations of
President Nixon's visit to Rumania; Peruvian agrarian reform as a
model for other Latin American countries; Prince Charles as heir to
British throne.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-97)

Sample: N = 317 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara.

Satisfaction with quality of public school education; concurrence with
government statistics on the rate of inflation; voter registration;
relative importance of moon exploration, a cure for cancer, desalifi-
cation of sea water; most significant achievements of the 20th century;
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democracy as a criterion for attainment of moon landing; American pub-
lic figure most responsible for the U.S. moon landing.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-98)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of Brazilian soccer team; appropriate method of ratification
of constitutional reform; evaluation of size of Federal Senate and Chamber
of Deputies; responsibility for fires in Sao Paulo television studios;
attitude toward arson as a means of political protest; knowledge of and
responsibility for Honduras-El Salvador War; assessment of which side is
right in Honduras-El Salvador War.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-99)

Sample: N = 312 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Relative interest in "Guanabara Cup" or World Cup soccer competitions;
attitude toward proposed creation of district judgeships; Prince Carlos
of Bourbon as successor to the Spanish throne; purpose of Soviet space
flight Luna XV; interest in and news sources for Luna XV Flight; rela-
tive importance of newspapers and television in covering space flights.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-100)

Sample: N = 302 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Need for increasing number of Brazilian films produced annually, for
dubbing foreign films; appropriateness of including provisions for dis-
solution of marriages in new constitution; attitude toward proposed
inflation tax; knowledge and desirable location of planetarium to be
built in Rio de Janeiro; advisability of U.S. Senator Kennedy's with-
drawal from public office after the Chappaquidick incident and effect of
the incident on his political career.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-101)

Sample: N = 317 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Success of Governor Negrao de Lima's efforts to diminish the tax burden;
fairness of proposed "improvement tax"; stringency of tax burden for
automobile owners; satisfaction with telephone service, the expansion
plan of the "CTB" telephone company; least satisfactory public service
in Guanabara.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-102)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward new law to protect citizens against excessive noise;
relative importance of noise pollution as a Rio de Janeiro problem;
sources of noise of most concern; the seriousness of government's
assessment of intentions to effect a campaign against noise; stringency
of tours on state highways; readiness of Brasilia to become administrative
capital of Brazil; satisfaction with "CTB" (telephone) expansion plan;
threat of Sino-Soviet war; assessment of which side is right in Chinese-
Soviet disputes.

Demographics: Socio-economic class: sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-103)

Sample: N = 319 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge of Portuguese Prime Minister, new French President, current
Brazilian Minister of Agriculture, ARENA and MDB (political parties)
national presidents, Anatoly Kusnetzov, U Thant, Svetlana Alleluieva;
knowledge of UNESCO, NATO.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-104)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Desirable judges for International Song Festival; attitude toward removing
horns from motor vehicles in order to eliminate excessive noise; advisa-
bility of eliminating requirement for certified checks; criteria for eligi-
bility to receive retirement benefits; importance of reform of ARENA
(political party); interest in election of new regional directorates;
responsibility for arson incident in Jerusalem.


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Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-105)

Sample: N = 331 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of Brazilian soccer team; victories over Colombia, Venezuela
and Paraguay as prerequisites for winning World Cup soccer championship;
source of knowledge about President Costa E Silva's illness; degree of
international reaction to kidnapping of U.S. Ambassador; existence of
foreign influence in the kidnapping of U.S. Ambassador to Brazil; appropri-
ate penalties for hijacking; knowledge of death of North Vietnamese Presi-
dent Ho Chi Minh; knowledge of Ho Chi Minh; utility of Journal of Brazil
fashion photos.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-106)

Sample: N = 308 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Adequacy of number of Rio de Janeiro soccer clubs represented in the
"Gomes Pedrose Tourney"; desirability of maintaining present composition
of Brazilian soccer team; preference for night-time or afternoon soccer
games; attitude toward Brazilian government's handling of kidnapping of
U.S. Ambassador; kidnapping incidents as widespread conspiracies or
isolated events; attitude toward the death penalty for political sub-
versives, terrorists.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-107)

Sample: N = 322 (x 2) Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Leisure time activities preferred; type of books and music preferred;
frequency of attending films and plays; criteria for choosing films,
plays; cinema as an art form; most important film director; ever
attended a classical music concert and art exhibition; favorite
contemporary composer; preference for traditional or modern art; owner-
ship of original works of art; use of the Journal of Brazil as a guide
to cultural events; knowledge of MARPLAN research firm.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-108)

Sample: N = 318 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Assessment of President Costa E Silva's ability to resume leadership of
the government; desirability of finding a new president, of congressional
approval of presidential nominee; appropriate term of office of a new
president; necessity of replacing ministry heads under a new regime;
ministers who should be replaced; Brazilian readiness to accept non-
military leadership; evaluation of Brazil's conduct during the crisis
caused by Costa E Silva's illness.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-109)

Sample: N = 338 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Effect of the 1969 Song Festival singers on Brazilian popular music;
assessment of "Cantiga Por Luciana" as winner of the national division
of the song festival; attitude toward regulations to eliminate excessive
noise in Rio de Janeiro; effect of noise regulations on the Samba Schools;
attitude toward changes in political campaign regulations; most irritating
noises in Rio de Janeiro; prevalence of cock fighting; cause of drop in
retail sales; adaptability of Peruvian system of government throughout
Latin America; knowledge of drug users; causes of new sexual freedom.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-110)

Sample: N = 310 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Interest in and source of information about the "International Song
Festival" and fairness of the results of the festival; choice of the
song that should have won the competition; concurrence with decision
not to submit the winning Brazilian song in international competition;
image General Garrastazu Medici projected in televised speech and
evaluation of the speech itself; General Medici's speech as a signal of
the return of a democratic regime; relation of democracy to occurence of
terrorism.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-lll)

Sample: N = 312 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Observation of an increase in the cost of living; goods and services
most responsible for cost of living increase; desirable authority of
the Pope in relation to the Assembly of Bishops; General Garrastazu
Medici's ability to maintain ministry heads from the previous adminis-
tration; choice of ministers who should be maintained; desirability of
a change in the opposition party; attitude toward procedures for suc-
cession of former President Costa E Silva; attitude toward reconvening
of Congress for the election of the new president; adequacy of the term
of office of General Garrastazu Medici.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durables.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-112)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Use of artificial sweeteners, birth control pills; termination of use
of artificial sweeteners because of connection between cyclamates and
cancer; frequency of cigarette smoking; reason for giving up smoking;
likelihood of continuing to use birth control pills if a connection
with disease is proven; knowledge of new Brazilian constitution; com-
parison of new constitution with constitution of 1967.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-113)

Sample: N = 319 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward reduced minimum age for criminal status; attitude toward
"monetary correction"; evaluation of new ministers in General Garrastazu
Medici's administration; attitude toward method of selection of new minis-
ters; most active minister of the previous regime; evaluation of General
Garrastazu Medici.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-114)

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Projected finalists in and winner of the Gomes Pedrose Cup; attitude
toward cancellation of "Hippie Congress" by the government of Bahia;


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cyclamates as carcinogenic; importance of alleged discovery of the leukemia
virus; advisability of withdrawing from or escalating the Vietnam War; effect
of ex-deputy Carlos Marighela's death on number of terrorist incidents;
attitude toward capital punishment for kidnappers, extortionists.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-115)

Sample: N = 320 College students age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Satisfaction with the quality of teaching; change in the quality of teaching;
knowledge of and attitude toward the performance of the school board; likeli-
hood that new minister of education will establish rapport with university
students; relation of respondent's work to profession; newspaper preference
and evaluation.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex-; age (3 categories).

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-116)

Sample: N = 313 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

All-time greatest soccer player; interest in serial "Beto Rockefeller";
interest in and source of information about the Apollo 12 moon flight;
interest in national convention of ARENA and MDB (political parties).

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories);
consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-117)

Sample: N = 309 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward composition of the Brazilian soccer team; appropriate
punishment of Lieutenant William Calley (My Lai massacre commander);
approval of new ritual for the Mass; preference for verdict by a judge
or jury; evaluation of President Garrastazu Medici's administration;
appropriate degree of influence of Congress; voter preference for
Governor of Guanabara.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-118)

Sample: N = 310 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Evaluation of choice for 1969 Golden Dolphin Prize and Estacio de Sa;
most important Brazilian composer of 1969; respondent's choice for the
Estacio de Sa; need to accelerate political reforms; attitude toward
proposed Brazilian-Portuguese reciprocal voting rights; evaluation of
Governor Negrao de Lima's administration; advisable priorities for the
remainder of Negrao de Lima's term; newspaper preference; knowledge and
evaluation of new section of the Journal of Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-119)

Sample: N = 304 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Tastefulness of Christmas decorations in Rio de Janeiro; attitude toward
the use of profanity; advisability of suspending government suppression
of individual rights; concurrence with government's refusal to host
Expo-72 in Rio de Janeiro; importance of the problem of licentiousness;
priority of values that should be preserved; significance of the "Manson
murders" (mass murder of American actress Sharon Tate and friends);
reader of 0 Pasquim.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Evaluation of the Year 1969 (#JB-120)

Sample: N = 313 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Most important event in 1969 in Brazil and the world; "Personality of the
Year" in Brazil and the world; greatest threat to world peace; government
priorities for 1970; change in respondent's financial situation during 1969.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Vacation Habits (#JB-121)

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Holiday activities and places to go; preferred cities to visit; lodging
arrangements; criteria for choosing holiday activities; adequacy of respon-
dent's salary for vacation travel; ways of financing vacation trips; reasons
for remaining in Rio de Janeiro during vacations; adequacy of annual


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vacation leave provided for by law; vacations spent in a "holiday colony"
for civil servants.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC
--.------------------------

1970

Omnibus Survey (#JB-122)

Sample: N = 320 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge and evaluation of the "Rondon Project"; most serious problem in
Brazilian education; attitude toward government management of Sao Paulo
metro construction project; respondent's visits to area beaches; attitude
toward qualification tests for professional drivers; evaluation of the
"B.N.H." equal salary plan.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey (#JB-123)

Sample: N = 314 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Appropriate increase in the number of civil servants and military personnel;
knowledge and evaluation of President Medici's guidelines for public adminis-
tration; accomplishments of President Garrastuza Medici's administration;
attitude toward proposed use of state governors as election arbiter; advisa-
bility of reopening state assemblies; newspaper preference and evaluation.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Merger of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro (#JB-124)

Sample: N = 506 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro, Niteroi.

Knowledge of and attitude toward proposed merger of Guanabara and Rio de
Janeiro states; effect and appropriate timing of the merger; chief obstacle
to the merger; desire of Guanabara to become an imperialist state; state
most benefitted by the merger; appropriate location of the new capital,
responsibility for approval of the merger; appropriate leadership of the
first government of the combined state.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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World Cup Soccer Championship (#JB-125)

Sample: N = 311 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Quality of present Brazilian soccer team compared to previous teams; addi-
tional player who should be chosen for the team; concurrence with coach's
choice of inexperienced goalies; appropriate substitute for the player
Tostao; strongest opponent team; expectation of outcome of World Cup
competition; participation in financial campaign to support Brazilian
team.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Rio de Janeiro Carnival (#JB-126)

Sample: N = 299 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Participation in the Carnival; celebration in the street or in clubs;
most interesting aspect of Carnival; relative liveliness of Carnival;
attitude toward government declaration of optional holidays during
Carnival; expectation of Samba School and march winner; Samba School
respondent favors; intention to watch Carnival on T.V.; desire to have
Carnival moved from Rio de Janeiro.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-127)

Sample: N = 328 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward limitations on length of National Carnival parade; effect
of parade length regulations on Carnival quality; desirability of limiting
the number of dancers in the Samba Schools; necessity of constructing a
levee in the Bahia de Guanabara; attitude toward lifting of price controls
on meat; change in meat prices since the suspension of price controls;
compatability of censorship and democracy; responsibility for Middle East
crisis.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Education and Career Choices (#JB-129)

Sample: N = 314 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Intention to choose a profession that requires university preparation;
respondent's chosen profession; reasons for choosing this profession;
highest level of education opportunity will permit; best government


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improvement in education; desirable improvements in education; ideal
reasons for choosing a career; knowledge of current events; ideal career
and location of work; vocational guidance received.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-130)

Sample: N = 323 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Contribution and access to "INPS"; evaluation of "INPS"; main deficiency
in and suggestions for improving "INPS"; reason for not using "INPS"
services; means of transportation to work; car ownership; safest means
of transportation; evaluation of bus, taxi, and car as means of transport.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-131)

Sample: N = 317 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Assessment of Brazilian soccer team capability of becoming World Cup
competitor; evaluation of Brazilian soccer team; need for additional
"Selecao Brasileira" soccer player; identity and activities of the "Death
Squadron"; compatibility of democratic freedom with economic development;
evaluation of recent Brazilian administrations on the basis of success
in attaining democracy; number and type of desirable political parties;
newspaper preference; importance of publishing speeches by government
leaders; source of knowledge about a recent speech by President Medici.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Soccer Survey (#JB-132)

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward dissolution of the technical committee for soccer team
selection; supposed reason for removal of Joao Saldanha; desirability of
having retained Joao Saldanha as soccer team selection head; attitude
toward Zagalo as new head of team selection; concurrence with team choices;
importance of Pele as team member; evaluation of "CBD" leadership.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Omnibus Survey (#JB-133)

Sample: N = 324 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward increase in maritime territorial limits; attitude toward
death penalty for terrorists; desirable percent of salary increase;
desirable soccer team member choices; desirability of holding Guanabara
Cup soccer competition.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-134)

Sample: N = 317 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge of and attitude toward President Garrastazu Medici's announce-
ment of reduction in inflationary tax; return to "Cruzeiro" currency unit;
preference for bills or coins; desirability of building a Rio de Janeiro
metro; newspaper preference; attitude toward and effect of Journal of
Brazil price increase.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-135)

Sample: N = 318 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge and participation in sports lottery; identity of the "Death
Squadron" and adequacy of police handling of same; appropriateness of
Guatemalan government non-compliance with terrorists' demands; appropri-
ateness of Brazilian government policy regarding terrorist kidnapping of
officials; suggested ways of preventing the kidnapping of diplomats;
newspaper preference and reading habits.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



The Declining Viability of Guanabara State (#JB-136)

Sample: N = 315 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Area of most serious decline in Guanabara; suggested government action to
counteract economic decline; suggested principal economic activity for
Guanabara; estimate of declining professional opportunities;
preferred city should respondent move; effect of the relocation of
the national capital on Guanabara; newspaper preference and evaluation
of news coverage.


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Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Career Satisfaction and Opportunities (#JB-137)

Sample: N = 306 Employed adults, age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Length of workday; total years in present profession and job held longest;
satisfaction with present job; opportunities for growth in present job;
existence of and adequacy of state or federal provisions for continuing
education; use of leisure time; relationship between professional training
and present job; confidence in expanded professional opportunities for
respondent's children; satisfaction with union activities.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership; profession; education; average monthly income; union
membership.

Locus: RPORC



Food Buying Habits and Preferences (#JB-138)

Sample: N = 318 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Frequency of buying groceries, meat, fish; kind of store frequented;
preference for open air markets or supermarket chains; preference for
meat or fish;, use of various listed commodities.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



The Quality of Life in Guanabara State (#JB-139)

Sample: N = 311 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Satisfaction with present residence; ideal locale in Guanabara; sources
of noise annoyances; kind of drinking water used; plants raised in the
home; residence in an apartment building; access to recreation area or
public park; beach frequented; concern with sea water pollution.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Federal Income Tax (#JB-140)

Sample: N = 323 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Income tax statement filed; kinds of deductions and reductions in gross
income made; need for revision of tax laws and suggestions for revision;
newspaper preference and evaluation; suggested news stories.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership; 1969 income level.

Locus: RPORC



Utility Service in Rio de Janeiro (#JB-141)

Sample: N = 312 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Kind of gas used in the home; frequency of weak flow or temporary sus-
pension of gas; frequency and length of suspension of water service to
the home; reception of prior notification of water cut-off; newspaper
preference and evaluation of layout.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Shopping Habits (#JB-142)

Sample: N = 324 (x 3) Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward extending store hours or opening on Sundays; shopping
habits at night and during the Christmas season; most convenient times
to shop; items bought by respondent, spouse, or both together; news-
paper preference and influence of family members on choosing the
newspaper.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Sports Survey (#JB-143)

Sample: N = 329 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Favorite sport to watch and to play; interest in, knowledge of, preferred
media for watching world basketball championships; interest in, preferred
media for watching; household members who follow World Cup soccer matches;
newspaper preference and evaluation of coverage of the World Cup.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Soccer Survey (#JB-144)

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Estimate of outcome of World Cup soccer championships; most difficult
game played in Mexico; most formidable adversary team; best player on
Brazilian and other teams; greatest surprise and concern during World
Cup games; cause of Brazilian victories; evaluation of performance of
Zagalo.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Soccer Survey (#JB-145)

Sample: N = 330 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

TV or radio viewing of World Cup competition; attendance of, intention
to attend games; preference for attending games or watching on TV; sale
of players to foreign teams; scope of proposed world championship to be
held in Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey (#JB-146)

Sample: N = 202 Middle class adults, age 18 and over, Guanabara.

Evaluation of income; prestige of profession; level of education or know-
ledge; change in present way of life compared to father's; attitude
toward statements of value or opinion: characterization of youth, sexual
freedom, birth control pills, respect for the family, honor and honesty,
corruption and lack of discipline, corruption in politics, need for reli-
gion, difficulty of raising children today, importance of education,
obedience to parents, woman's role in society, saving money for security,
acceptance of fate or suffering, technological improvements, swearing and
pornography, virginity in women.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); marital
status; national origin; size of birthplace; length of residence in Rio
de Janeiro; occupation.

Locus: RPORC

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Race Prejudice (#JB-147)

Sample: N = 240 (x 2) Age 15 and over, Guanabara.

Willingness to accept a Chinese, mulatto, Argentine, Negro, American as a
domestic helper, neighbor, guest, employer, relative, spouse; characteri-
zation of same according to various listed attributes or traits (e.g.,


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intelligence, beauty); attitude toward various listed prejudicial statements
about black people; epithet used when referring to a black person; distinc-
tion between discrimination and color prejudice; existence of discrimination
in Brazil.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (4 categories); education;
consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Attitudes Toward Violence (#JB-148)

Sample: N = 300 Men, age 15 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Interest in current events; TV program and film preferences; appropriate
government action should "Tupamaros" kill Brazilian Consul; appropriate
penalty for kidnapping; respondent's likely reactions to various listed
hypothetical personal dilemmas involving great stress; appropriate disci-
pline of one's son; involvement in, causes of physical fights; necessity
of aggression to assert manhood; approval of police brutality; role of
the "Death Squadron" for society; relative safety in the city; changes in
Brazilian people's response to violent types; relationship of acquisitive-
ness to violence; the present as violent and comparison of our society
with the past.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; age (4 categories); education; consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Sports Lottery Survey (#JB-149)

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Frequency of participation in the sports lottery, percentage of income
involved in bets and effect on total buying power; attitude toward pro-
posal for other kinds of lotteries; use of prize money if respondent were
to win lottery; reading of reports before placing bets; newspaper prefer-
ence and evaluation of reporting on the lottery.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; age (4 categories); sex; education;
consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Day Care Services (#JB-150)

Sample: N = 213 Upper or middle class women, 20-40 years of age, with
children under 5 years of age, Rio de Janeiro.

Need for day care services; preferable kind of child care service; suggested
sources of support or sponsorship; obligations of companies to maintain day
care centers; professional qualifications required of day care center
teachers and other professional staff requirements; functions of day care
centers appropriate to men or women; desirable services and instruction;
desirability of separating classes by age and/or sex; desirability of:


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child's association with other children, and with strangers; psychological
observation or training of children.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; age (2 categories); number of children
under 5 years of age; education; consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Campaigns and Elections (#JB-152)

Sample: N = 305 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge of "paired vote" process; ever followed political campaigns on
TV; frequency of following political campaigns on radio; interest in the
present campaign; effect of campaigning on voting; suggestions for future
political campaigns; party preference if now-defunct political parties
still existed; preference for multi-party or two-party system; relation-
ship between social class and party allegiance; platforms of ARENA (Alianca
Renovadora National) and MDB (Movimento Democratico Brasileiro) Parties;
intention to vote; candidate preference for state deputy, federal deputy,
senator; effect of public opinion polls on voting; tendency to favor the
party platform or candidate; agreement with candidates' views.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); education;
consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Population Growth and Birth Control (#JB-153)

Sample: N = 326 Age 18 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge of the term "Population Explosion"; existence of a population
explosion; estimate of Brazil's population growth compared to other
countries; estimate of Brazil's total population in the future; effect
of population growth rate on economy; existence and causes of overpopu-
lation in cities; attitude toward birth control; responsibility of the
state or the individual to initiate birth control.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); education;
consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Capital Investments (#JB-154)

Sample: N = 301 Age 18 and over, in Rio de Janeiro.

Practice of, reason for and ways of investing capital; safest
investment.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; age (3 categories); average
monthly income; education; consumer durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1970 (continued)

Students' Attitudes Toward College Entrance Exams (#JB-155)

Sample: N = 293 Candidates for college entrance examinations, Rio de
Janeiro.

Intention to take the college entrance exam; time between completion of
secondary school and entrance exam; total times respondent has taken the
exam; exam field and reasons for choice of this field; "Preparatory Course"
taken and financing of same; need for and evaluation of "Preparatory
Courses"; amount of preparatory study; necessity of working in order to
pay school fees; intention to continue working should respondent matri-
culate into university; number of openings in a field of study as criterion
for choice of that field; value of working and attending school concur-
rently; assessment of job market in chosen field of study.

Demographics: Socio-economic class; sex; district of residence; consumer
durable ownership.

Locus: RPORC

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Soccer Survey

Sample: N = 303 Age 14 and over, Rio de Janeiro.

Knowledge of the firing of Joao Saldanha as "Selecao" manager; evalua-
tion of Saldanha as manager; significance of the games with Argentina
and Bangu; reason for the firing of Saldanha; concurrence with Saldanha's
contention that Pele should be dropped; choice of Zagalo as "Selecao"
manager; knowledge of Saldanha's TV statement; Saldanha or "CBD"
directors as correct; favorite team.

Demographics: Age (6 categories); socio-economic class (range of
monthly income); occupation.

Locus: RPORC

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Omnibus Survey

Sample: N = 284 Belo Horizonte.

Interest in the war in Southeast Asia; best solution for parking in Belo
Horizonte; desirability of continuing to operate motels that were closed
by police; necessity of Joao Saldanha's having resigned as manager of
"Selecao" and confidence in the new manager; expectations for Brazil in
the World Cup soccer championship; persecution of soccer players from
Minas; ideal combination of players to win the World Cup; effect on the
water problem of impounding the Rio Das Velhas; attitude toward minimum
salary rate increase; relative burden of respondent's income tax; con-
currence with President Medici's isolationist policy; advisability of
publishing news of suicides in the press; probable future Governor of
Minas Gerais; estimated monthly expenditures on essential goods and
services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation;
total monthly family income; household composition (by age group);
voters and working members in household; religion; education; consumer
durable ownership; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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Human Relations Survey

Sample: N = 300 Rio de Janeiro.

Degree of change in the behavior of men and women in recent years; change
in economic status, religious behavior; human relations, political attitude,
dress; relative amount of prejudice at present; sex that is most free from
prejudice and sex which has been victimized; kinds of prejudice (racial,
class, sexual, cultural) that are less pervasive now; prejudice as an
obstacle to happiness; attitude toward women's attainment of freedom;
appropriate sexual conduct; assessment of people's willingness to discuss
sex; relative importance of sexual liberation for men and women; importance
of sex education, premarital sex; respondent's concern with sex education
during his/her adolescence; probable effect of sex education on respondent's
outlook; importance of virginity to men and women; probability of marrying
a girlfriend with whom had sexual relations; social restrictions on love;
correlation of sexual freedom and economic independence for women; effect
of woman's independence on personality, normality, respect; moral or reli-
gious restrictions on use of birth control pills; effect of the birth
control pill on women's sexual freedom; attitude toward prostitution, men
who have relations with prostitutes; disappearance of prostitution as
sexual mores become free; homosexuality as a vice or illness; respondent's
capability to have friendly relationswith homosexuals; general attitude
toward trend of sexual freedom; tolerance of present society for divorce,
sex, education, birth control, women professionals, marriage of priests,
cremation of the dead; estimated monthly expenditures on essential goods
and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation; total
monthly family income; household composition (by age group); voters and
working members in household; religion; education; consumer durable owner-
ship; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey

Sample: N = 295 Recife.

Importance of Pele having won the Jules Rimet Trophy; desirable use for
old Recife house of detention; importance of painting Recife bridges;
attitude toward "test-tube" baby research; long trousers as the uniform
for women students; use of standard texts as a problem in the Brazilian
education system; advisability of increased teacher salaries; confidence
in solution to the problem of entrance exams; desirability of compulsory
sex education; concurrence with proposal to eliminate bus service along
the "Avenida Guararapes"; a metro system and viaduct as solutions to Recife
transportation problems; desirability of standard uniforms for Recife
taxi drivers; attitude toward a highway station for transfer to the suburbs;
influence of peddlers on traffic; advantage of installing sanitary facili-
ties throughout the city; effect of the development of the Northeast by
"SUDENE"; estimate on monthly expenditures on essential goods and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation; total
monthly family income; household composition (by age group); voters and
working members in household; religion; education; consumer durable owner-
ship; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1970 (continued)

Education of Children

Sample: N = 300 Age 18 and over, Sao Paulo, Guanabara, Belo Horizonte,
and Porto Alegre.

Note: All questions recorded separately for sons and daughters.

Traditionalism or modernism of children's upbringing; predominant concerns
(e.g., friendship, grooming) in children's upbringing; comparison of respon-
dent's children with those of respondent's own generation according to:
amount of anxiety to parents, acceptance of parental advice, studiousness,
religiosity, respect for parents, intelligence, preparation for life, balance
and calm, capacity for more interesting love life, opportunity for economic
success, ability to lead a spiritual life and be happier, ability to raise
children better; preference for exposing children to reality or fostering
illusions; advantageous kind of discipline; willingness of children to
freely discuss their lives; restrictions on topics of family conversation;
respondent's own sex education during adolescence; adequacy of respondent's
knowledge of sexuality; probable effect of sex education on respondent's
outlook; have male respondents talked with son(s) about sexuality; impor-
tance of sex education as a lesson in life, for fostering harmonious
marriages, to avoid growing up with prejudices; fear that sex education
destroys childhood innocence; preference for having children learn about
sexuality from an expert; respondent a voter; estimated monthly expendi-
tures on essential goods and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation; total
monthly family income; household composition (by age group); voters and
working members in household; religion; education; consumer durable
ownership; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey

Sample: N = 290 Recife.

Needed priorities of the Governor of Pernambuco; advisability of replacing
present Prefect of Recife; desirable criteria for choosing governor's
secretariate, increasing workers' salaries; suggestions for reducing the
cost of living; death penalty as a solution to crime; most serious social
problem in Recife; thoroughness of the dissolution of organized crime in
Northeast Brazil; seriousness of differences in sectors of the Catholic
church; success of "DETRAN" traffic plan; need for Portuguese as university
entrance exam topic; extent of the development of tourism; concurrence with
proposal to reduce women's retirement age; attitude toward maxi- and mini-
skirt styles; justification for replacing manager of the "Selecao" soccer
team; adequacy of flood protection in Recife; desirability of equal employ-
ment opportunities for women; attitude toward airplane hijacking; estimated
monthly expenditure for essential goods and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation; total
monthly family income; household composition (by age group); voters and
working members in household; religion; education; consumer durable owner-
ship; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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BRAZIL 1970 (continued)

Attitudes Regarding Cemeteries

Sample: N = 869 Rio de Janeiro.

Attitude toward Rio de Janeiro cemeteries; does respondent's family own a
permanent vault or tomb; recent attendance of a funeral in the Sao Batista
Cemetery; adequacy of facilities for burial of the dead in the Sao Batista
Cemetery; importance of having a burial plot available; adequacy of the
traditional character and function of cemeteries; cemeteries as the best
solution for burial of the dead; most important criteria for choosing a
burial plot; existence of a cemetery that meets respondent's criteria;
desire to find new solutions to burying the dead; estimated price of a
grave in the Sao Batista Cemetery; knowledge of requirement to show a
death certificate in order to obtain a grave; need for changing the char-
acter of new cemeteries; feasibility of finding new areas that can be
made into traditional cemeteries; interest in and intention to acquire a
family tomb; knowledge of "vertical cemeteries" and attitude toward this
as a solution to the problem of lack of space; attitude toward "Santa
Casa Da Misericordia", "Casa Nossa Senhora Da Paz", PUC ("Pontificia
Universidade Catolica"), "Ordem 3a Do Carmo"; desirability of acquiring
a tomb for new cruzeiros $10,000 in a "vertical cemetery"; estimated
monthly expenditures on essential goods and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation;
total monthly family income; household composition (by age group);
voters and working members in household; religion; education; consumer
durable ownership; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC



Omnibus Survey

Sample: N = 300 Belo Horizonte.

Best way of investing money; attitude toward fiscal incentive laws;
deductions taken for investment in "SUDENE" or "SUDAN"; adequacy of
permissible income tax deductions; lower interest rates as a sufficient
incentive for stimulating cattle raising; attitude toward "Banco Nacional"
housing plan; relative difficulty of buying a home; suggested measures to
facilitate buying a house; projected outcome of the "Mineirao" champion-
ship; attitude toward creation of a ministry of sports; attendance of
soccer matches at "Mineirao"; desirability of authorizing an inquiry into
the "CBO"; interest in horseracing; attitude toward prohibited lottery
"Jogo Do Bicho," abolition of the "Guarda Civil"; Belo Horizonte taxi
service; suggestions for improving taxi service; attitude toward limiting
foreign capital investments in Brazil; estimated monthly expenditure on
essential goods and services.

Demographics: Sex; marital status; age (6 categories); occupation; total
monthly family income; household composition (by age group); voters and
working members in household; religion; education; consumer durable owner-
ship; home ownership.

Locus: RPORC


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