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Data Tables

The following series of files (PDF format) present detailed question-by-question results of the survey for four levels of geography (City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pittsburgh 7-County MSA and 32-County "Power of 32" region) and five key socio-demographic variables (sex, age, race, education and income).

The 'Mutually Exclusive Georgraphic Comparisons' file compares survey responses across distinct geographic areas (i.e., City of Pittsburgh vs. rest of Allegheny County vs. 6-County rest of MSA vs. 25-County remainder of "Power of 32"). The 'Cumulative Geographic Estimates' file presents survey data for expaning levels of cumulative "Pittsburgh region" geography (i.e., City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, 7-County, 32-County).

The other files allow the user to examine survey responses at varying levels of "Pittsburgh region" geography, including sex, age, race, education and income breakouts at the specified level. (No age, education and income breakouts are provided for City of Pittsburgh due to the low sample sizes.)

Each file contains both a navigation pane and cickable hyperlinks in the table of contents to allow for efficient searching by survey topic area. Each file also contains technical notes.

Mutually exclusive geographic comparisons

Cumulative geographic estimates

City of Pittsburgh estimates

City of Pittsburgh - Sex differences

City of Pittsburgh - Race differences

Allegheny County estimates

Allegheny County - Sex differences

Allegheny County - Age differences

Allegheny County - Race differences

Allegheny County - Education differences

Allegheny County - Income differences

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA estimates

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA - Sex differences

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA - Age differences

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA - Race differences

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA - Education differences

Pittsburgh 7-County MSA - Income differences

Power of 32 Region estimates

Power of 32 Region - Sex differences

Power of 32 Region - Age differences

Power of 32 Region - Race differences

Power of 32 Region - Education differences

Power of 32 Region - Income differences