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					WHO WE ARE
  IN 2004
www.1979reunionfever.com

– raw survey results
– today’s presentation
– Do your own crosstabs!
             Gender

80%

70%
60%

50%
40%

30%
20%
10%
0%
      Male            Female
                           Race

100%

90%

80%
70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

 0%
       Asian    African-   Caucasian   Hispanic    Native    Other
               American                           American
    Marriage, Kids, Lifestyle

–   84%   Married or Engaged
–   81%   With Kids
–   91%   Of The Married Have Kids
–   65%   Rate Health Excellent, 31% Good
    Career, Work Spirituality

– 26% Protestant, 23% Jewish, 17% Catholic
– 85% Went On To Further Education, 60% Top 3
– 60% Work In Business/Medicine/Law
               Money & Sex

–   41%   200K and Individual Income
–   58%   200K and HH Inc.
–   94%   Heterosexual
–   58%   Have Sex 0-5 Times/Month
Harvard-Radcliffe
 Class of 1979
Survey Report: Marriage, Kids,
          Lifestyle
                Ever Married?

–   6%   of   Men, 14% of Women, Never Married
–   2%   of   Women Engaged
–   1%   of   Men and Women Separated
–   4%   of   Men and Women Divorced
–   3%   of   Men and Women Living with Partner
          Times Married

– 1 Time = 76% Women, 80% Men
– 2 Times = 6% Women, 10% Men
– 1 Woman, 4 or More Times
Does Marriage Need Term Limits?


5% of those favoring term limits
are divorced compared to only
4% of those not favoring term
limits.
          Age at First Marriage
                        Age at First Marriage

40%



35%



30%



25%


                                                                           female
20%
                                                                           male


15%



10%



5%



0%
      18-23   24-27   28-30            31-35    36-40 and over   40 plus
Married to a Harvard Classmate

    90%
                                      81%
    80%

    70%
                           62%
    60%

    50%
                                            Female
                                            Male
    40%

    30%
          20%
    20%

                      9%
    10%

    0%
                yes              no
      Classmates for Life?

– Divorce rate is 14% for classmates married
  to non-classmates
– 4% for classmates married to classmates
      How Great is Marriage
                                 How Great Is Marriage

50%


45%


40%


35%


30%


                                                                                             female
25%
                                                                                             male

20%


15%


10%


5%


0%
      the greatest   very good   OK           troubled   about to end   no current partner
But the trend isn’t great…

50%

45%

40%

35%

30%
                                                   1994
25%                                                1999
                                                   2004
20%

15%

10%

5%

0%
      Great   Very Good   OK   Troubled   Ending
    Time Spent With Partner

– 65% Women, 53% Men, spend less time than
  would like
– 34% Women, 43% Men, as much as they
  would like
– 1% Women, 4% Men, more than they would
  like
           Cheating Scum
       “Have you ever been unfaithful…?”



100%
                            94%
90%
                                       82%
80%

70%

60%
                                             female
50%
                                             male
40%

30%
                      18%
20%

10%
           6%

 0%
                yes               no
    Out of Sight, Out of Mind

– 58% of the “faithful” spend less time with
  partners than they would like, vs. 38% of
  faithful
– 11% of unfaithful spend more time with
  partners than they would like, vs. 2% for
  faithful
– But 38% of the “unfaithful” would still like to
  spend more time with spouse
Sexual frequency…but with whom?
                                   Sexual Frequency - But With Whom?

  90%



  80%



  70%



  60%

                                                                                                       103 x 93
  50%                                                                                                  0-5
                                                                                                       6 to 10
                                                                                                       11 to 15
  40%                                                                                                  16 to 25
                                                                                                       nonstop

  30%



  20%



  10%



  0%
        the greatest   very good        OK           troubled      about to end   no current partner
                    A Portrait in Clean Living
                                                                                                                                Hours of Exercise/Week

                                     Recreational Drugs / week                                             0.5


1.2
                                                                                                          0.45


                                                                                                           0.4
 1



                                                                                                          0.35
0.8

                                                                                                           0.3

                                                                                                female
0.6                                                                                                                                                                                female
                                                                                                male      0.25
                                                                                                                                                                                   male

                                                                                                           0.2
0.4



                                                                                                          0.15
0.2

                                                                                                           0.1

 0
            0       1 to 2                                         5 to 6         7 or m ore              0.05


                                                                                                            0
                                                                                                                 0   1 to 2   3 to 5           6 to 8    8 to 10    more than 11




                                                                                                                                       Drinks/ Week
                                          Packs Cigs/Week

                                                                                                          0.35
      1.2



                                                                                                           0.3
       1


                                                                                                          0.25

      0.8


                                                                                                           0.2

                                                                                                 female                                                                            female
      0.6                                                                                                                                                                          male
                                                                                                 male
                                                                                                          0.15


      0.4
                                                                                                           0.1



      0.2
                                                                                                          0.05




       0                                                                                                    0
                0            1 - 1 pack                1 pack - 2 packs     more than 2 packs                    0   1 to 2   3 to 6           7 to 10   11 to 15   more than 16
              Got Kids?
                 Got Kids?

50%


45%


40%


35%


30%


                                             female
25%
                                             male

20%


15%


10%


5%


0%
      0   1        2         3   4 or more
                Want More Kids?
                         Want More Kids?

100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                           0
                                                           1
50%                                                        2
                                                           3
                                                           4 or more
40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       Have #    0   1               2     3   4 or more
                  Kids

– 49% Public School, 46% Private, 4%
  Parochial, 1% at Home
– 8% of us have kids in College, plus
– Additional 4% have kids at Harvard
– 18% Kids with ADD/ADHD/Autism
 How we spend our free time
                            other


               schools I attended


       professional organizations


           science based groups


   work for religious organization


     work with the arts ( theater,                                            male
         music, museums)                                                      female


      political candidates/causes


social services for disadvantaged
              adults

social services for disadvantaged
             children

     children's programs (sports,
            scouting, etc)


             my children's school


                                     0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%
     If I had more time to spend
                             other


                schools I attended


       professional organizations


            science based groups


    work for religious organization


work with the arts (theater, music,                                                 male
            museums)                                                                female


       political candidates/causes


social services for disadvantaged
              adults

social services for disadvantaged
             children

      children's programs (sports,
             scouting, etc)


              my children's school


                                      0%   5%   10%   15%   20%   25%   30%   35%
                                                                        Fertility
                     Have you or your partner undergone                                     How old were you when you had your
                     treatment to enhance fertility or the                                  first child?
                     ability to bring pregnancy to term?
                                                                                       40 plus


       yes, artificial
       insemination                                                                    35 to 40



yes, sperm donation
                                                                                         30-34


      yes, surrogate
                                                                                         26-29


            yes, IVF
                                                                                      under 26

  yes, fertility drugs
                                                                                                  0%       5%         10%    15%   20%    25%     30%       35%    40%   45%     50%


                   no                                                                                                  My children are:
                         0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%   90%

                                                                                                       adopted




                                                                                              stepchildren




                                                                                    my biological children




                                                                                                                 0%    10%   20%   30%   40%    50%   60%    70%   80%   90%   100%
If we could do it all again…would
         we, could we?

– Of those without kids, 25% would repeat that
  choice, 31% would have kids, 44% unsure
– Of those with 1 kid, 57% would have more,
  29% have earlier
– Of those with 2 kids, 24% would have more
Children are Life Changing…

  90%

  80%

  70%

  60%

  50%

  40%

  30%

  20%

  10%

  0%
        For the better   Mostly for the better   Not at all
       …but they don’t change themsleves

                                         For child care….                                                                             I’m at home and…

      daycare center                                                                     I stay at home but also work
                                                                                                    part-time

     family daycare
     outside of home                                                                     I don't stay at home with my
                                                                                                    child/ren

    paid caretaker in
          home                                                                            frustrated and can't wait to
                                                                                            work outside the home

relatives provide care
                                                                                         delighted, but I look forward
                                                                                         to working outside the home
     partner at home

                                                                                            so fulfilled I don't want to
                                                                                             work outside the home
          I'm at home

                                                                                                                           0%   10%     20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%
                         0%   5%   10%   15%   20%   25%   30%   35%   40%   45%   50%
                            Kids and relationships

               Kids affected relationship…                                                    After kids, we had sex…


  drove a wedge
    between us
                                                                 less frequently



brought us closer
    together

                                                              as often as before

caused temporary
    problems




                                                               more frequently
        not at all



                     0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%
                                                                                   0%   10%    20%   30%   40%   50%   60%   70%   80%
               Priorities
                  Priorities

90%



80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                                           female
                                                                           male
40%



30%



20%



10%



0%
      career      family       personal (e. g., learning to fly a plane)
Satisfied with balance between career,
 family, friends, community and self?


  I'm quite concerned




       I'm somewhat
          troubled




  I'm content for now




           I'm serene



                        0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%
      Looking back on H-R…
                                         Looking Back on HR

80%



70%



60%



50%


                                                                                                 female
40%
                                                                                                 male


30%



20%



10%



0%
      with pride   with fondness   with gratitude   as just another   with regret   with anger
                                                    hurdle cleared
                          How Happy is Happy?

                    What has been the happiest                                            Now, I am:
                       period of your life?

         present
                                                            miserable

           31-36

                                                              unhappy
           26-30


           22-25                                                   OK


         college
                                                                happy

secondary school


                                                            very happy
      childhood


                   0%   10%   20%   30%   40%   50%   60%                0%   10%   20%      30%   40%   50%   60%
                         Stress
                            Stress

50%


45%


40%


35%


30%


                                                             female
25%
                                                             male

20%


15%


10%


5%


0%
      very high   high     average   low   what, me worry?
      Stress Over Time

60%



50%



40%


                            very high
30%
                            high


20%



10%



0%
       1994   1999   2004
                 SOS

– 72% of Women sought psych. counsel
– 49% of Men sought psych. counsel
      Don’t worry, get happy

– 18% of Women have been treated for
  depression with drugs, plus 20% currently
  (38% in total)
– 9% of Men have been treated for depression
  with drugs, plus 8% currently (17% in total)
                   Can Money Buy…
                                                   Can Money buy...

100%


90%


80%


70%


60%

                                                                                                                V Hap & Hap
50%                                                                                                             OK
                                                                                                                Unhappy

40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-   $150,000-   $200,000-   $400,000-   $1 million
        29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999     199,999     399,999     999,999    and over
Happiness & Marital Status
                                    Happy & Marital Status

120%




100%




80%



                                                                                      V hap & hap
60%                                                                                   OK
                                                                                      Unhappy



40%




20%




 0%
       never married   engaged   married       separated     divorced   living with
                                                                         someone
Cosmetic Surgery…we know you’re
            out there

 – 1% of Women: breasts, face, liposuction,
   collagen
 – 3% of Women: nose
 – 4% of Women: botox
 – 5% of Women: eyes
 – 1% of Men: eyes, face, liposuction, botox
            The Future Looks…
                           The Future Looks...

60%




50%




40%




                                                              female
30%
                                                              male




20%




10%




0%
      very bright   good      uncertain          dim   grim
Harvard-Radcliffe
 Class of 1979
Survey Report: Career, Work,
         Spirituality
       Impact of H-R on Career
   2/3 of class credits H-R with radically
    changing the course of their careers

    – 9% opportunities I never dreamed of
    – 55% significant effect on my career
    – 33% incidental effect on my career
    – 3% no effect
       But are our work colleagues
               interesting?
   Only 1 out of 5 found career colleagues
    the most stimulating peer group

    – 22% met most stimulating group in career
    – 58% met them at H-R
    – 3% met them at secondary school
    – 12% met them in grad school, other
    What are we doing: we work
   We worked hard to get into H-R and we
    haven’t stopped working since

    – Paid work outside: men 87%/women 70%
    – Paid work at home: men 8%/women 14%
    – Unpaid work: men 5%/women 16%
            We work long hours
   ¾ of our class works more than 40 hrs/wk

    – 15%   work   >60 hrs/wk
    – 31%   work   51-60 hrs/wk
    – 26%   work   41-50 hrs/wk
    – 12%   work   35-40 hrs/wk
    – 16%   work   <34 hours/wk
            Long hours v. balance
   Despite our long work hours, ¾ of us sees
    ourselves as living balanced lives

    – I’m   serene with my balance: 19%
    – I’m   content with my balance: 52%
    – I’m   somewhat troubled: 24%
    – I’m   quite concerned: 5%
        Long hours v. priorities
   Despite all that work, we don’t see our
    careers as our priorities

    – #1 Priority for those with kids:
        family 83%/career 13%/personal 4%
    – #1 Priority for those with no kids:
        career 38%/personal 33%/family 29%

    – Note: average number of kids/family = 2.3
If not working for pay, why not?
   Not surprisingly, half of those not working
    for pay are taking care of families

    – 50% care for family
    – 32% are switching jobs/careers/studying
    – 13% don’t need the money
    – 4% poor health
   Who’s Working Where
                                                        Working by Gender


100%


90%


80%


70%


60%

                                                                                                                          female
50%
                                                                                                                          male

40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       paid and outside the   paid w /in-home   unpaid and outside   unpaid inside the   I don't w ork   l am currently
              home            based business        the home              home                             unemployed
         We like big institutions
   Half the class landed jobs in big
    organizations

    – 48% work with firms of >100 employees
    – 25% work with firms of 10-100 employees
    – 24% are self-employed
          We don’t like change
   We are allergic to change and failure

    – 2/3 have never been laid off or fired
    – half have never changed their careers
    – 2/3 have been with their current employer for
      more than 6 years
    – 40% have been with their current employer
      for more than 10 years
     Destination: the professions
   2/3 of class is in business/law/medicine

    – 26% business
    – 17% medicine
    – 16% law
    – 5% college+ teaching
    – 4% journalism/communication
    – 3% or less: architecture, research, politics,
      farming, arts, religion, government, at home
         Destination: big cities
   2/3 of class chose jobs in urban areas

    – Urban: men 67%/women 68%
    – Suburban: men 27%/women 19%
    – Rural: men 6%/women 13%
        Destination: satisfaction
   2/3 of class is happy or more with career
    decisions

    – 30%   very happy
    – 38%   happy
    – 21%   satisfied
    – 11%   unhappy
       Satisfaction was our goal
   Here is why we chose our careers

    – 42% for personal fulfillment
    – 33% to help others/contribute to society
    – 13% for the money
    – 10% for personal freedom/flexibility
    – 3% drifting/confused
         Let talk raw numbers
   Here are our household incomes

    – 29% have household income <$150,000
    – 43% have household income between
          $150,000-$400,000
    - 28% have household income over $400,000
          18% between $400-999K, 10% $1+ Mil
             The millionaires
48 classmates with $1+ million/year annual
  income responded to the survey

  – 80% think they are fairly paid or underpaid
  – 65% think their future is very bright versus
    35% for the rest of the class
  – ¾ picked their work for personal fulfillment or
    to contribute to society; only 20% say their
    picked their work for the money
       Making it or marrying it?
 35 classmates have individual incomes of
  $1+ million/year: 34 men, 1 woman
 48 classmates have HH incomes of $1+
  million/year: 37 men, 11 women
 So,
    – 11% of men in survey earn $1+ mil/year
    – <1% of women earn $1+ mil/year
    – 12% of men have HH inc of $1+ mil/year
    – 8% of women have HH inc of $1+ mil/year
      How we got where we are
   The same qualities which got us into H-R
    have been our career foundation

    – 46% succeeded through hard work
    – 32% succeeded through intelligence
    – 18% succeeded through ability to get along
    – 4% succeeded through luck
    So have we aced our careers?
   We grade ourselves harder than
    professors graded us; only 1/3 of the class
    has done more than it expected

    – 8% succeeded beyond my wildest dream
    – 24% have done better than expected
    – 32% are at about where we expected to be
    – 21% have not attained their expectations
    – 15% never looked that far ahead
Harvard-Radcliffe
 Class of 1979
Survey Report: Spirituality
      Spirituality by the numbers
   Our class is quite diverse spirituality

    – 27%   Protestant
    – 22%   Jewish
    – 16%   Catholic
    – 16%   Agnostic/9% Atheist
    – 10%   Buddhist, E. Orthodox, Moslem,
             New Age, other
        Career choice v. religion
   “My son the Jewish doctor” for our class is
    “my son the Jewish lawyer”

          Jewish Catholic Protest’t Agnostic/
                                     Atheist
    – PhD  15%       2%       6%      16%
    – JD   25%     17%      19%       16%
    – MBA 15%      31%      29%       15%
    – MD   13%     17%      19%       22%
We join, but don’t go (see career)
   2/3 of us has affiliated with big religious
    organizations, but our attendance is spotty

    – Half said everyone in the household is
      formally affiliated with a place of worship
    – Another 26% said one partner is affiliated
    – But, ¾ never or only occasionally attends a
      house of worship
How we see our spiritual selves
   ¼ of the class sees itself as religious

    – 8% very religious
    – 16% religious
    – 33% somewhat religious
    – 31% not religious
    – 12% spiritual but not religious
     If it’s not broken, don’t fix it
   We’ve stuck with the religious choices we
    made before or during college

    – 84% have not changed religions since college
    – 80% are teaching their children one or both
      parents’ religious beliefs
              God and Harvard
   2/3 of us believes in God or Higher Power

    – 30%   believe in God with no doubts
    – 23%   believe in God with some doubts
    – 15%   believe in a Higher Power
    – 18%   don’t believe at all
    – 14%   aren’t sure
             Talking with God
   Although 68% believe in God or Higher
    Power, only 18% talk to Him/Her/Whoever
    on a regular basis

    – 18% pray daily
    – 39% pray occasionally
    – 2% pray at meals
    – 41% don’t pray
Harvard-Radcliffe
 Class of 1979
Survey Report: Money & Sex
     (not necessarily in that order)
      Annual Personal Income
25%




20%




15%




10%




5%




0%
      $0-14,999 $15,000-29-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-   $150,000-   $200,000-   $400,000-   $1 million
                    999        59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999     199,999     399,999     999,999    and over
How many times per month do you have sex?


      70%


      60%


      50%


      40%


      30%


      20%


      10%


       0%
            0-5   6-10   11-15   16-25   nonstop
      Sex Frequency By Income
                                           Sex Frequency by Income

80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                                                                                 0 to 5
                                                                                                                 6 to 10
40%                                                                                                              11 to 15
                                                                                                                 16 to 25
                                                                                                                 nonstop
30%



20%



10%



0%
        $0-14,999 $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000- $1 million
                   29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999   149,999   199,999   399,999   999,999 and over
                   Income by Gender
                                                     Income by Gender

30%




25%




20%




                                                                                                                           female
15%
                                                                                                                           male




10%




5%




0%
      $0-14,999   $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-   $150,000-   $200,000-   $400,000-   $1 million
                   29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999     199,999     399,999     999,999    and over
                Income By Degree
                                                      Income by Degree


100%


90%


80%


70%


60%                                                                                                             Joint degrees
                                                                                                                M.B.A.
50%                                                                                                             M.D.
                                                                                                                J.D.
                                                                                                                Ph. D.
40%
                                                                                                                M.A./M.S.
                                                                                                                A.B.
30%


20%


10%


 0%
       $0-14,999 $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000- $1 million
                  29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999   149,999 199,999 399,999 999,999 and over
  Income By Times Fired
                                                Income by Times Fired


100%




80%




60%


                                                                                                        three or more times
                                                                                                        twice
                                                                                                        once
40%
                                                                                                        no




20%




 0%
       $0-14,999 $15,000- $30,000- $60,000- $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000-    $1
                  29,999   59,999   74,999   99,999 149,999 199,999 399,999 999,999 million
                                                                                             and over
       Income By Career
                              Income by Career


100%
                                                                Other

90%                                                             Unemployed
                                                                Film, Photography, Video
80%                                                             Journalism,
                                                                Communications
                                                                Education
70%
                                                                Homemaking, Childrearing
                                                                Social Svs, Psychology
60%
                                                                Government
50%                                                             Religion
                                                                Fine Arts, Music, Drama
40%
                                                                Politics
                                                                Farming
30%
                                                                Police, Military

20%                                                             Crafts
                                                                Research & Development
10%
                                                                Other teaching
                                                                Health
 0%
        $15,000-   $60,000-     $100,00     $200,00     $1      College Teaching/Admin
         29,999     74,999        0-          0-      million   Medicine
                                149,999     399,999    and
                                                       over     Business
                                                                Library, Museum
                                                                Blue Collar
                                                                Law
How Often Do You Compromise Your Ethics

                                          How often do you compromise your ethics

 25%




 20%




 15%
                                                                                                                            never
                                                                                                                            rarely
                                                                                                                            often
                                                                                                                            very often
 10%




  5%




  0%
       $0-14,999   $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-   $150,000-   $200,000-   $400,000-   $1 million
                    29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999     199,999     399,999     999,999    and over
       Success Self-Rating By Income

                                            Success Self Rating by Income


100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                                                                                never looked that far ahead
50%                                                                                                             less than expected
                                                                                                                about what I expected
                                                                                                                better than expected
40%                                                                                                             beyond my wildest dreams


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       $0-14,999 $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000- $1 million
                  29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999   149,999   199,999   399,999   999,999 and over
                      Stress By Income

                                              Stress by Income

60%




50%




40%

                                                                                                       very high
                                                                                                       high
30%                                                                                                    average
                                                                                                       low
                                                                                                       what, me worry?

20%




10%




0%
      $0-14,999 $15,000- $30,000- $60,000- $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000-    $1
                 29,999   59,999   74,999   99,999 149,999 199,999 399,999 999,999 million
                                                                                            and over
      Sought Pysch Counsel by Income

                                       Sought Psych Counsel by Income

90%



80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                                                                                      yes
                                                                                                                      no
40%



30%


20%



10%



0%
         $0-14,999   $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000- $1 million
                      29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999   199,999   399,999   999,999 and over
              Happiness By Income

                                              Happiness by Income


100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                                                                                            miserable
                                                                                                                            unhappy
50%
                                                                                                                            OK
                                                                                                                            happy
40%                                                                                                                         very happy


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       $0-14,999   $15,000-   $30,000-   $60,000-   $75,000-   $100,000-   $150,000-   $200,000-   $400,000-   $1 million
                    29,999     59,999     74,999     99,999     149,999     199,999     399,999     999,999    and over
            Happiness By Income - Gender



           Happiness - Income - Female                                           Happiness - Income - Male

100%                                                                 100%
90%                                                                  90%
80%                                                                  80%
70%                                                                  70%
60%                                                                  60%
                                                        miserable                                                            miserable
50%                                                     unhappy      50%                                                     unhappy
40%                                                     OK           40%                                                     OK
30%                                                     happy        30%                                                     happy
20%                                                     very happy                                                           very happy
                                                                     20%
10%                                                                  10%
 0%                                                                   0%
       $15,000- $60,000- $100,00   $200,00     $1                           $15,000- $60,000- $100,00   $200,00     $1
        29,999   74,999     0-        0-      million                        29,999   74,999     0-        0-      million
                         149,999   399,999   and over                                         149,999   399,999   and over
Standard of Living Compared to Parents


                                 Standard of Living Compared to Parents


    100%


    90%


    80%


    70%


    60%


    50%                                                                                                       worse
                                                                                                              same
                                                                                                              better
    40%


    30%


    20%


    10%


     0%
           $0-14,999 $15,000- $30,000- $60,000- $75,000- $100,000- $150,000- $200,000- $400,000- $1 million
                      29,999   59,999   74,999   99,999   149,999 199,999 399,999 999,999 and over
Sexual Orientation by Gender

100%              95%
                         93%
 90%

 80%

 70%

 60%
                                              female
 50%
                                              male
 40%

 30%

 20%

 10%                                   5%
       2%    2%                  3%
 0%
       bisexual   heterosexual   homosexual
      Sex Frequency By Gender

                         Sex Frequency By Gender

70%




60%




50%




40%
                                                                        female
                                                                        male
30%




20%




10%




0%
      0 to 5   6 to 10         11 to 15            16 to 25   nonstop
       Happiness By Sex Frequency

                  Happiness by Sex Frequency



100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                                    miserable
                                                                    unhappy
50%                                                                 OK
                                                                    happy
40%                                                                 very happy



30%


20%


10%


 0%
            0-5   6 to 10     11 to 15         16 to 25   nonstop
       Happiness By Sex Frequency - Gender



             Happy By Sex Freq. - Women
                                                                                Happiness by Sex Freq. - Men

100%
                                                                     100%
90%
                                                                     90%
80%
                                                                     80%
70%
                                                        miserable    70%
60%
                                                        unhappy                                                            miserable
                                                                     60%
50%                                                     OK                                                                 unhappy
                                                                     50%                                                   OK
40%                                                     happy
                                                        very happy   40%                                                   happy
30%
                                                                     30%                                                   very happy
20%
                                                                     20%
10%
                                                                     10%
 0%
         0 to 5   6 to 10   11 to 15 16 to 25 nonstop                 0%
                                                                            0 to 5   6 to 10   11 to 15 16 to 25 nonstop
  Sex Frequency By Marital Status

                             Sex Freq. by Marital Status


100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                                                     nonstop
                                                                                     16 to 25
50%
                                                                                     11 to 15
                                                                                     6 to 10
40%                                                                                  0-5


30%


20%


10%


 0%
       never married   engaged      married     separated   divorced   living with
                                                                        someone
      Kid’s Effect On Sex Life By Gender

                         Kids Effect on Sex Life, by Gender

90%



80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                                                female
                                                                                male
40%



30%



20%



10%



0%
       more frequently          as often as before            less frequently
Sex Frequency – Classmate as Spouse

                      Sex Freq Classmate as Spouse

70%




60%




50%




40%
                                                                   classmate
                                                                   nonclassmate
30%




20%




10%




 0%
      0-5   6 to 10          11 to 15         16 to 25   nonstop
            Sex and Stress
                        Sex & Stress

90%



80%



70%



60%


                                                         very high
50%
                                                         high
                                                         average
                                                         low
40%
                                                         what, me worry?


30%



20%



10%



0%
      0-5     6 to 10      11 to 15    16-25   nonstop
       Sex Frequency & Viagra

                           Sex & Viagra

120%




100%




80%




                                                                 yes
60%
                                                                 no




40%




20%




 0%
           0-5   6 to 10            11 to 15   16-25   nonstop
      Sex Satisfaction By Viagra Use

                  Viagra & Sex Satisfaction

35%




30%




25%




20%
                                                                      yes
                                                                      no
15%




10%




5%




0%
          great   good             OK         disappointing   lousy
                  Age When First Had Sex

                                    First Had Sex...

60%




50%




40%




                                                                                             female
30%
                                                                                             male




20%




10%




0%
      before college   in college   after college      on my wedding night   still waiting
          Number of Sexual Partners

                                  # of Sexual Partners

35%




30%




25%




20%
                                                                                     female
                                                                                     male
15%




10%




5%




0%
      0    1   2 to 5   6 to 10      11 to 20    21-30   31-50   51-100   over 100
Rating of Sexual Satisfaction By Gender

 35%


 30%


 25%


 20%
                                                   female
                                                   male
 15%


 10%


  5%


  0%
       great   good   OK   disappointing   lousy
               Sex Drive and Age

                  As I get older, need for sex is...

70%




60%




50%




40%
                                                                    female
                                                                    male
30%




20%




10%




0%
      waning                the same                   increasing
      Do Bush Fans Have More Sex

                      Do Bush Fans have more sex?

70%




60%




50%




40%
                                                                     Bush
                                                                     Gore
30%




20%




10%




0%
      0-5   6 to 10           11 to 15          16 to 25   nonstop
           Threats To U.S. Security

                         Threats to US Security

50%


45%


40%


35%


30%

                                                              1994
25%                                                           1999
                                                              2004

20%


15%


10%


5%


0%
      Domestic Poverty    Int'l Competitiveness   Terrorism
      911 Effect By Location

                 911 Effect by Location

90%



80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                               General
                                                               Personal
                                                               None
40%



30%



20%



10%



0%
         urban       suburban             small town   rural
                          911 Effect By Gender

                                                   911 Effect by Gender

80%



70%



60%



50%


                                                                                                                   female
40%
                                                                                                                   male


30%



20%



10%



0%
      become more     become      become more become less     become less     become less    change my   make no
        involved    active in the     active    involved      active in the      active         job      changes
        politically   military      spiritually politically     militarily     spiritually
Harvard-Radcliffe
 Class of 1979
 Survey Report: Politics
                 Political Affiliation
                                Political Affiliation

80%



70%



60%



50%


                                                                                 female
40%
                                                                                 male


30%



20%



10%



0%
      Democrat     Republican     Independent           other   not registered
       Voted for in 2000
                    Voted for in 2000

100%


90%


80%


70%


60%
                                                              Bush
                                                              Gore
50%                                                           Nader
                                                              other
                                                              didn't vote
40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
         Democrat    Republican         Independent   other
      Rating For Bush
                              Rating Bush

70%




60%




50%




40%                                                                      excellent
                                                                         very good
                                                                         neutral
                                                                         unsatisfactory
30%                                                                      a failure




20%




10%




0%
      Democrat   Republican       Independent   other   not registered
  Country Better Now vs. 5 Years Ago

                    Country Better Now vs. 5 Years Ago

120%




100%




80%



                                                                                  yes
60%                                                                               no
                                                                                  still the same



40%




20%




 0%
         Democrat    Republican     Independent          other   not registered
      Country Now vs. 1979

                       Country Now vs. 1979

80%



70%



60%



50%


                                                                       yes
40%                                                                    no
                                                                       still the same


30%



20%



10%



0%
      Democrat   Republican    Independent    other   not registered
                           Will Vote For…..

90%



80%



70%



60%



50%
                                                                                                          female
                                                                                                          male
40%



30%



20%



10%



0%
      Bush      Democratic        Democratic          Democratic          Democratic        third party
             nominee, no matter nominee, but only   nominee, but only   nominee, but only   candidate
                   who              if Kerry           if Edwards           if Dean
       Changed Party Affiliation Since 1979

                 Changed Party Affiliation since '79

100%


90%


80%


70%


60%


                                                                     yes
50%
                                                                     no

40%


30%


20%


10%


 0%
                 Democrat                 Republican   Independent

				
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