Online Data Archive

Milwaukee Study of Civil Disorder, 1967

Principal Investigator:
Jonathan A. Slesinger

The data set contains information pertaining to the attitudes of Milwaukee residents during the civil disturbances of 1967 with regard to actions taken, opinion of news coverage, opinion of people who took part in the disturbance, opinions concerning the reasons for the disturbances, personal reactions, opinions concerning what should be done to correct the situation, personal opinion toward politicians, personal job information, and background information of those interviewed.

To explore another study on a similar topic, see also the Governmental Units Analysis Data, 1960: Urban Racial Disorders, 1961-1968.

Protester holding sign: "Where is Democracy?"