American Perceptions of Artists Survey 2002

Collection Overview

Produced By: Princeton Survey Research Associates International

Author: The Urban Institute

Abstract (CPANDA): The American Perceptions of Artists Survey 2002 was a benchmark study of the general public's opinions about the lifestyles and work of artists in the United States. The series consists of a national survey of adults in the continental United States and nine local surveys conducted in the following metropolitan areas: Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. The study was sponsored by the Urban Institute and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International.

The data from the study are archived at: