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Applying the same happiness index as before (% very happy - % not too happy), the following graph shows self-reported happiness by frequency of religious service attendance. For contemporary relevance responses are from 2000 onward and to avoid racial confounding only non-Hispanic whites are considered: Ignorance is bliss? Again, maybe. Score one for Lisa, then.... Read More
Heartiste: Undoubtedly. Relatedly, that Trump's first-term inaugural turnout was smaller than Obama's isn't surprising given Obama's enormous home field advantage. The Imperial City is more hostile to Trump than any other place in the country is. Because validating stereotypes is the blog's raison d'etre, let's see if Heartiste's assertion does. Every year of the survey,... Read More
The US has become so disunited--religiously, ethnically, politically, economically, culturally, racially, linguistically--that its existence as a single political entity no longer makes sense. As the polyglot country becomes increasingly diverse and thus increasingly divided, people are becoming increasingly distrustful of other people. The following graph shows the percentage of GSS respondents, by year, who say... Read More
The following table shows estimated average IQ among 8th graders taking the NAEP math and reading assessments in 2013 by the type of community where the school is located, broken out into four categories: City, suburb, town, and rural. The scores for both tests are on a 500 point scale, with a standard deviation of... Read More
As a small supplement to Jayman's neat post on population density and fertility in the developed world, here's what the GSS shows us regarding the mean number of children among whites aged 40-65 when the question was asked in the mid-nineties and again in 2000 by the type of community they live in. The descriptions... Read More