Survey of Greater Pittsburgh's Jewish Population, 1984

Sponsor(s): United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh

Principal Investigator(s): Ann G. Schoor

Study Dates: 1984

Sample: Adult Jewish Population in Greater Pittsburgh

Sample Size: 1125

Sample Notes: The data were gathered from 1,125 individuals in households with one or more Jewish individuals via a telephone interview survey. It is estimated in the published report that there are about 47,737 people (of whom about 44,906 are Jews) living in 19,000 Jewish households. The sampling universe included Jewish households located in Greater Pittsburgh. The sampling procedure was a combination of random digit dialing, Jewish Federation lists and Jewish organizational lists.
Study Notes: The data are weighted to compensate for differential sampling; because of oversampling, weighting factors were used to merge parts of the sample equitably.

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Survey Reports

» Main Report
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Documentation, Questionnaires and Frequencies

» Questionnaire
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Data Files and Data Definitions

» Zipped SPSS Data File
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