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The 2002 American Perceptions of Artists Survey, sponsored by the Urban Institute and conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, was a benchmark study of the general public's opinions about the lifestyles and work of artists in the United States. The purpose of the study was to examine public perceptions of artists from several angles, including general interest in news or current events related to artists; awareness of different arts disciplines; artists' contributions to society and their local communities; personal work as an artist and interaction with artists. The data set archived at CPANDA is an aggregate file containing survey results from ten different sampled regions: continental United States, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. Researchers who wish to obtain results from one particular region may apply a filter to the variable "CITY" and limit the included categories to just the specific region, such as "National," "New York City," or "Chicago."