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report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=8Not ApplicableHave you ever heard or read about the unemployment rate?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=8Not ApplicableDo you happen to know what organization measures the unemployment rate?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=10Not ApplicableHave you ever heard or read about obesity statistics?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=10Not ApplicableDo you happen to know what organization measures obesity?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=11Not ApplicablePlease tell me if you have heard of them: A)The Unemployment rate?, B)The total number of people in the United States, or the population count?, c) Obesity statistics?, D) The Consumer Price Index?, E)The Gross Domestic Product or GDP?, F) The Consumer Confidence Index?, G) The Dow Jones Industrial Average?, H) The Nielsen TV Ratings?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableYou mentioned that you have heard of the population count. Do you happen to know who conducts the population count?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableYou mentioned that you had heard of obesity statistics. Do you happen to know who measures obesity statistics?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=12Not ApplicableWhen important decisions need to be made based on statistics, which of the following sources is more believable to you: [mark all that apply]2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableNumbers like the unemployment rate, the population count and obesity statistics are statistics produced by agencies of the federal government. We call them “federal statistics.” Have you ever used or talked about federal statistics like the unemployment rate, the population count or obesity statistics for study, work, or any other purpose?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=13Not ApplicableHave you used federal statistics frequently, occasionally, or only once or twice?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=14Not ApplicableTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about federal statistics? A.) Federal statistics on unemployment, population, and health are important for understanding our society. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=15Not ApplicablePolicy makers need federal statistics to make good decisions about things like federal funding. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableState and local government officials need federal statistics to make good decisions about things like where to locate hospitals and schools. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=15Not ApplicableStatistics provided by the federal agencies are generally accurate. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableFederal statistics give a good picture of life in the United States. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableStatistics provided by federal agencies are often biased. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=16Not ApplicableStatistics produced by federal agencies, like the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, do not favor one political party or another. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=17Not ApplicableThere is political interference in the work of federal statistical agencies. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=17Not ApplicablePeople can trust federal statistical agencies to keep information about them confidential. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=18Not ApplicableFederal statistical agencies share too much information with each other. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=18Not ApplicableAll federal statistical agencies can get information collected by any one of them. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=18Not ApplicableInformation collected to create federal statistics is sometimes used by the police and the FBI to keep track of people who break the law. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=19Not ApplicableFederal statistical agencies give personal information about people to marketing firms. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=19Not ApplicableIf I needed to, I could easily find out exactly how federal statistics are produced. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011
report/Willson_NCHS_2011_FSS Trust Survey_Round1.pdf#page=19Not ApplicableFederal statistical agencies are honest and professional. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree?2011