Friday, 17 December 2010

Public Opinion in the 1930s

Pew (HT: Economist) has compiled surveys of American public opinion from 1936-1937. Some results, keeping in mind that the samples then would have been skewed toward white males as respondents. I'm stealing their images: go to the Pew site for full results.

Caplan argues that bad ideas gain currency during tough times....

1 comment:

  1. What a lot we have to thank them and their international ilk for.