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2009 Baton Rouge Poll N=360. Conducted by the Students of Sociology 2211, “Sociological Methods” LSU Rick Weil. Race Differences on Political Opinions. William Hawkins Race Hodges Santrell Smith. Would have to go through connection to contact local official.

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2009 baton rouge poll n 360

2009 Baton Rouge PollN=360

Conducted by the Students of

Sociology 2211, “Sociological Methods”

LSU

Rick Weil

race differences on political opinions

Race Differences on Political Opinions

William Hawkins

Race Hodges

Santrell Smith

would have to go through connection to contact local official
Would have to go through connection to contact local official

Blacks are more likely to believe you need a connection

trust local east baton rouge government
Trust Local East Baton Rouge Government

Whites trust local government more than blacks do

honesty of congressmen including your own
Honesty of Congressmen, including your own

Blacks think Congressmen are honest more than whites do

trust police to protect you from crime

Trust police to protect you from crime

Kaiesha Thomas

Yvonne Everhardt

Mark Nehlig

trust police to protect you from crime7
Trust police to protect you from crime

Whites trust the police more than blacks do

trust police to protect you from crime8
Trust police to protect you from crime

Better educated people trust the police more

trust police to protect you from crime9
Trust police to protect you from crime

Women trust the police more than men do

trust police to protect you from crime10
Trust police to protect you from crime

Age differences do not show a clear pattern

having a gun in the house

Having a Gun in the House

Brittany Zibilich

Samantha Barnes

Heather Shaffett

Jeremy Bazile

Jessel Ourso

having a gun in the house12
Having a Gun in the House

Men think having a gun makes you safer

having a gun in the house13
Having a Gun in the House

Whites think having a gun makes you safer

having a gun in the house14
Having a Gun in the House

Republicans think having a gun makes you safer

having a gun in the house15
Having a Gun in the House

People in the central section of Baton Rouge think having a gun makes you safer

having a gun in the house16
Having a Gun in the House

Age differences do not show a clear pattern

opinion on the death penalty

Opinion on the Death Penalty

Xaviera Leon

Jacqua Jackson

Laura Grobusky

Adrienne Breaux

LaTrisha Davis

opinion on the death penalty18
Opinion on the Death Penalty

Whites are much more in favor of the Death Penalty than are Blacks

opinion on the death penalty19
Opinion on the Death Penalty

Men are somewhat more in favor of the Death Penalty than are Women

opinion on the death penalty20
Opinion on the Death Penalty

Republicans are much more in favor of the Death Penalty than are Democrats or Independents

opinion on the death penalty21
Opinion on the Death Penalty

People who seldom attend church are more in favor of the Death Penalty

opinion on the death penalty22
Opinion on the Death Penalty

Media Usage does not have a strong effect

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2009 Baton Rouge PollN=360

Conducted by the Students of

Sociology 2211, “Sociological Methods”

LSU

Rick Weil