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What Does the 2015 Klineberg Study Tell Us About Houston?

Findings from the 34th annual Houston Area Survey will be revealed Thursday. The report from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research is the nation’s longest-running study of any metropolitan area’s economy, population, life experiences, beliefs, and attitudes. We have the first detailed look at it as we speak with its author and institute co-founder Dr. Stephen […]

Findings from the 34th annual Houston Area Survey will be revealed Thursday. The report from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research is the nation’s longest-running study of any metropolitan area’s economy, population, life experiences, beliefs, and attitudes. We have the first detailed look at it as we speak with its author and institute co-founder Dr. Stephen Klineberg.

We discuss what the survey tells us about Houstonians’ attitudes today on a wide range of issues, and we compare those attitudes to findings from past years, going back to the first survey, conducted in 1982.

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