This data extract is taken from Hadley Wickham's
The original description follows, with minor edits.
A data frame with 51020 rows and 10 variables
The data is a small sample of variables related to happiness from the General Social Survey (GSS). The GSS is a yearly cross-sectional survey of Americans, run from 1972. We combine data for 25 years to yield 51,020 observations, and of the over 5,000 variables, we select nine related to happiness:
age. age in years: 18–89.
degree. highest education: lt high school, high school, junior college, bachelor, graduate.
finrela. relative financial status: far above, above average, average, below average, far below.
happy. happiness: very happy, pretty happy, not too happy.
health. health: excellent, good, fair, poor.
marital. marital status: married, never married, divorced, widowed, separated.
sex. sex: female, male.
wtsall. probability weight. 0.43–6.43.
Smith, Tom W., Peter V. Marsden, Michael Hout, Jibum Kim. General Social Surveys, 1972-2006. [machine-readable data file]. Principal Investigator, Tom W. Smith; Co-Principal Investigators, Peter V. Marsden and Michael Hout, NORC ed. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center, producer, 2005; Storrs, CT: The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut, distributor. 1 data file (57,061 logical records) and 1 codebook (3,422 pp).
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