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Data File: General Social Survey 2010 Data

The General Social Surveys have been conducted since 1972, and the replication of questions and wording helps produce high-quality time-trend studies. The Association of Religion Data Archives houses most of the available GSS codebooks, including the 2010 material that offers modules on a range of topics such as aging, the Internet, shared capitalism, gender roles, immigration, knowledge about and attitudes toward science, religious identity, religious trends, genetics, social networks and group memberships, sexual behavior and more. Explore the 2010 data set and access the archived suite of GSS surveys.

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