Greater Charlotte Area Jewish Community Study, 1997

Sponsor(s): Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte

Principal Investigator(s): Ira M. Sheskin

Study Dates: March, 1997

Sample: Adult Jewish Households in the Greater Charlotte Area

Sample Size: 744

Sample Notes: The data were gathered from 744 individuals in households with one or more Jewish individuals via a telephone interview survey. It is estimated in the published report that there are 10,640 people (about 7,760 Jews) living in 4,000 Jewish households. The sampling universe included Jewish households located in all of Mecklenburg County including, Charlotte, Matthews, Mint Hill, Pineville, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson. The sampling procedure was a combination of random digit dialing, a distinctive Jewish name sample, and a Federation list sample.
Study Notes: Weighting procedures were used so that the Distinctive Jewish Name interviews resembled the RDD interviews in terms age of the household head, intermarriage rates in the samples, and the number of telephone numbers belonging to each household.


Survey Reports

» Main Report

» Charlotte Day School Report

» Summary Report

Slide Sets

» Single Slide Set

Documentation, Questionnaires and Frequencies

» Questionnaire

Data Files and Data Definitions

» Zipped SPSS Data File & Syntax

Publicity Material

» Survey Flyer

» Results Presentation Ad

» Survey Postcard

Other Documentation

» Survey Completed: Article

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