Malcolm X Viewpoints Survey Statistics at Survelum Public Data Bank

Data collected: 27 survey responses
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About You

What is your age group?

Under 21Data Graph (20; 74%)What is your age group? - Stats Chart
23-30Data Graph (2; 7%)
30-35Data Graph (0; 0%)
36-45Data Graph (0; 0%)
46-55Data Graph (3; 11%)
Over 55Data Graph (1; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

What is your gender?

----Data Graph (0; 0%)What is your gender? - Stats Chart
MaleData Graph (15; 56%)
FemaleData Graph (12; 44%)

What is your ethnicity?

African AmericanData Graph (2; 7%)What is your ethnicity? - Stats Chart
HispanicData Graph (1; 4%)
European/WhiteData Graph (21; 78%)
AsianData Graph (2; 7%)
Native AmericanData Graph (1; 4%)
otherData Graph (2; 7%)

If other, please specify.

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What is your highest level of education?

High school degreeData Graph (22; 81%)What is your highest level of education? - Stats Chart
College degreeData Graph (3; 11%)
Graduate degreeData Graph (2; 7%)
NoneData Graph (0; 0%)

Objective Questions

Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are preferable to those who are quick to compromise and accommodate.

Strongly agreeData Graph (2; 7%)Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are preferable to - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (8; 30%)
NuetralData Graph (5; 19%)
DisagreeData Graph (12; 44%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (0; 0%)

Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are needed more now than ever before.

Strongly agreeData Graph (4; 15%)Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are needed more n - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (5; 19%)
NuetralData Graph (9; 33%)
DisagreeData Graph (8; 30%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)

Leaders for social justice must not be aggressive, straight to the point, and militant because all they do is polarized society and invite government or vigilante reprisals.

Strongly agreeData Graph (1; 4%)Leaders for social justice must not be aggressive, straight to the point, and militant because all t - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (9; 33%)
NuetralData Graph (7; 26%)
DisagreeData Graph (9; 33%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)

Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are desperately needed by today's Americans.

Strongly agreeData Graph (1; 4%)Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant are desperately n - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (8; 30%)
NuetralData Graph (4; 15%)
DisagreeData Graph (11; 41%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (2; 7%)

Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant receive much respect from their followers.

Strongly agreeData Graph (4; 15%)Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant receive much resp - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (14; 52%)
NuetralData Graph (2; 7%)
DisagreeData Graph (5; 19%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant receive much attention from government.

Strongly agreeData Graph (5; 19%)Leaders for social justice who are aggressive, straight to the point, and militant receive much atte - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (18; 67%)
NuetralData Graph (2; 7%)
DisagreeData Graph (1; 4%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (0; 0%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

Leaders for social justice who advocate bloody revolutions gain little popularity with ordinary people.

Strongly agreeData Graph (7; 26%)Leaders for social justice who advocate bloody revolutions gain little popularity with ordinary peop - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (11; 41%)
NuetralData Graph (4; 15%)
DisagreeData Graph (3; 11%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

Leaders for social justice who advocate reforms win much popularity with ordinary people.

----Data Graph (2; 7%)Leaders for social justice who advocate reforms win much popularity with ordinary people.
 - Stats Chart
TrueData Graph (20; 74%)
FalseData Graph (5; 19%)

People need strong leaders who are sometimes looked upon as radical extremist.

Strongly agreeData Graph (0; 0%)People need strong leaders who are sometimes looked upon as radical extremist. - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (10; 37%)
NuetralData Graph (5; 19%)
DisagreeData Graph (9; 33%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (2; 7%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

Sometimes the only way to get your point across is to be extreme and sometimes harsh.

Strongly agreeData Graph (2; 7%)Sometimes the only way to get your point across is to be extreme and sometimes harsh. - Stats Chart
AgreeData Graph (14; 52%)
NuetralData Graph (5; 19%)
DisagreeData Graph (4; 15%)
Strongly disagreeData Graph (1; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (1; 4%)

Personal Opinion Questions

How much do you know about Malcolm X? (1 being the least)

1Data Graph (7; 26%)How much do you know about Malcolm X? (1 being the least) - Stats Chart
2Data Graph (12; 44%)
3Data Graph (2; 7%)
4Data Graph (4; 15%)
5Data Graph (0; 0%)
Not CheckedData Graph (2; 7%)

Do you feel America needs another leader like Malcolm X?

YesData Graph (7; 26%)Do you feel America needs another leader like Malcolm X? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (17; 63%)
Not CheckedData Graph (3; 11%)

Please shortly descibe why.

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Do you feel that any man has what it takes to become a leader to the calibur of Malcolm X?

YesData Graph (12; 44%)Do you feel that any man has what it takes to become a leader to the calibur of Malcolm X? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (12; 44%)
Not CheckedData Graph (3; 11%)

Please explain.

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Do you believe Malcolm X was more effective than Martin Luther King?

YesData Graph (3; 11%)Do you believe Malcolm X was more effective than Martin Luther King? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (22; 81%)
Not CheckedData Graph (2; 7%)

To you, did Malcolm X seem to get more accomplished than Martin Luther King?

YesData Graph (3; 11%)To you, did Malcolm X seem to get more accomplished than Martin Luther King? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (21; 78%)
Not CheckedData Graph (3; 11%)

Do you feel that people today think of Malcolm X as a great man?

YesData Graph (12; 44%)Do you feel that people today think of Malcolm X as a great man? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (12; 44%)
Not CheckedData Graph (3; 11%)

Do you believe Malcolm X has more fans today than 50 years ago?

YesData Graph (13; 48%)Do you believe Malcolm X has more fans today than 50 years ago? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (11; 41%)
Not CheckedData Graph (3; 11%)

Why or why not?

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