Lecture Slides March 3

Lecture Slides March 3 - The Sources of Opinions: Groups,...

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1 The Sources of Opinions: POLS107 March 3, 2010 Professor Jackson Socialization During Adulthood Generational effects The Impressionable Years: 17-26 Period effects Life cycle effects Group Influences on Political Attitudes Race Ethnicity Religion Gender Age
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2 Pew Research Center Survey The Millenials: Confident. Connected. Open to Change. www.pewresearch.org Religious Affiliations in America 0% None 16% Other 4% Catholic 26% Other Christian 54% Source: 2008 American Religious Identification Survey Religion and Political Opinions 17% 13% 31% 44% Republican 44% 31% 33% 29% Independent 39% 56% 36% 27% Democrat None Jewish Catholic Protestant
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3 Religion and Political Opinions 65% 47% Punish criminals to reduce crime 54% 88% Equal role for women 35% 72% Allow gays in military 8% 57% Always permit abortions Fundamentalist protestants (25%) Secular protestants (36%) 1996 NES, White protestants only The Gender Gap Women Men Gap 2008: Obama 56% 49% 7 2004: Bush II 48
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