SCCBSSocial Capital Community Benchmark Survey
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For instance, the SCCBS data indicates that those in less-educated neighborhoods have a much lower proportion of college-educated group members, which in turn means less "financial social capital.
Since the SCCBS data were collected in 2000, in this case we use education statistics from the long form of the 2000 decennial census.
In addition, the SCCBS data show that religion and secularism break down on ideological lines: Religious people are 38 percentage points more likely to say they are conservative than to say they are liberal (57 percent to 19 percent).
This should not be particularly surprising, however, because the SCCBS data show practically no income differences between the groups.