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Public perceptions of conflict between rich and poor in the U.S. 2011

This statistic shows the public perception of conflict between rich and poor in the U.S. in 2009 and 2011. The graph shows only the share of the respondents who said there are "very strong" or "strong" conflicts between rich and poor people in the U.S. 73 percent of respondents, affiliated with the Democratic party shared this oppinion in 2011.

Public perceptions of conflict between rich and poor in the U.S. in 2009 and 2011, by party affiliation

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Source

Release date

January 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009 to 2011

Number of respondents

2,048 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

* 2011: December 6, 2011 to December 19, 2011
During the survey, this question was posed as follows: "In America, how much conflict is there between poor people and rich people: very strong conflicts, strong conflicts, not very strong conflicts, there are no conflicts?"

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