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s10budget_codebook.pdf application/pdf 257.5 KB 05/01/2017 06:09:AM
s10budget_pud.csv text/csv 152.3 KB 04/25/2017 08:35:AM
s10budget_pud.dta application/x-stata 129 KB 01/18/2017 04:31:AM
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Summary:  View help for Summary The Michigan Public Policy Survey Public Use Datasets: Budget and Fiscal Health Data, Spring 2010 contains a subset of the data collected in the Spring 2010 dataset. Budget and fiscal health were covered in questions 2-20 and 33-34 of the Spring 2010 MPPS Survey. In order to protect respondent confidentiality, this public use dataset includes only a subset of those questions.

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Subject Terms:  View help for Subject Terms fiscal health; government expenditures; government operations; furloughs; layoffs; gvernment spending; employment practices; budgets; government revenue; government employees


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