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KUHF Conversations: Rice’s Stephen Klineberg on the 2010 Houston Area Survey

People in Houston are more worried about the economy, and more skeptical of government intervention. They also appear to be in favor of leniency for minor drug offenses. And while their minds haven’t changed much on abortion, there’s been a significant shift in their views on gay rights. Those are just some of the results of the 2010 Houston Area Survey. In the second of two conversations about the survey, KUHF’s David Pitman talks with Rice University Sociology Professor Stephen Klineberg about some of the specific findings.


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David Pitman

David Pitman

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David was HPM's local Morning Edition host from 2009 to 2020 — when he was moved to the position of Technical Director of Houston Matters with Craig Cohen, and Town Square with Ernie Manouse. David has extensive public and commercial broadcast journalism and production experience dating back to 1993 –...

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