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report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=54Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyWould you say that you have recently been taking a good deal of interest in current events and what's happening in the world today, some interest, or not very much interest?2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=55Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyThinking about the problems you see in your community, how much difference do you believe YOU can personally make in working to solve problems you see - a great deal of difference, some difference, a little difference, almost no difference, or no difference at all?2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=56Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyNow I'd like to ask you some questions on how much you trust different groups of people. Generally speaking, would you say that people can be trusted or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people?2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=57Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyNext we'd like to know how much you trust different groups of people. First, think about [GROUP]. Generally speaking, would you say that you can trust them a lot, some, only a little, or not at all?2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=57Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement Survey(How about) The police in your local community (would you say that you can trust them a lot, some, only a little, or not at all?)2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=58Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyHow much of the time do you think you can trust the FEDERAL or NATIONAL government to do what is right - just about always, most of the time, only some of the time, or hardly ever?2004
report/Hughes_Census_2005_Youth.pdf#page=59Youth Volunteering and Civic Engagement SurveyHow much of the time do you think you can trust the teachers and adults at your school to do what is right?2004
report/DeMaio_1992_CENSUS_TUS.pdf#page=9TUS-CPSIn your opinion, approximately what percentage of restaurants and fast-food establishments in your area have nonsmoking sections?1991