46% of people both "correctly" identified their generation title, and said the term describes them "well."
Tag: survey methods
Less than half of women with PhDs in survey keep ‘maiden’ names
Marital Name Change Survey first results and data release.
Decadally-biased marriage recall in the American Community Survey
Science advances by the invention of new terms to describe data problems. The DBMR in the ACS is 110.8.
New data show change in the class (identity) structure
Updating a 2013 post with the 2016 General Social Survey. Not a lot of interpretation, just some facts. The GSS has, since 1972, asked Americans: If you were asked to use one of four names for your social class, which would you say you belong in: the lower class, the working class, the middle class,…
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Kids these days really know how to throw off a narrative on gender and families
Still, a big reversal among young adults on attitudes toward homemaker-breadwinner family arrangements.
Black men raping White women: BJS’s Table 42 problem
The BJS should not report extrapolations to the whole population from samples this small. They should clarify and correct these reports.
Comment on Goffman’s survey, American Sociological Review rejection edition
It's just wrong that now the editors acknowledge there is something wrong in their journal but no one is going to formally notify the future readers of the article.
How we really can study divorce using just five questions and a giant sample
Graphing divorce rates by age at marriage and marriage duration using the best data source we have.
The U.S. government asked 2 million Americans one simple question, and their answers will shock you
Why don't they just tell us how old they really are? There must be a reason.
On Goffman’s survey
Yes, On the Run is a real piece of research, not a fraud. But it has serious errors, and ASR should own up.