National Attitudes Toward Crime: 2007-2008 Survey


In November 2007, the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College commissioned a survey of public attitudes toward crime. The survey was conducted by Global Strategies Group and presented at the third annual Harry F. Guggenheim Symposium on crime and politics in America in December 2008.

Read Part 1: Crime and Public Policy

Read Part 2: Public Perceptions of Crime as a Rising Source of Anxiety

Read Part 3: Crime and Immigration

Read Part 4: Crime, Perception and Politics

Read Part 5: Public Attitudes Toward Crime

Read the Follow-up Report

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