Youth Attitude Tracking Study. Volume 1. Spring 1976.
MARKET FACTS INC CHICAGO IL
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YATS 1976 surveyed 3008 men in the Spring and 5475 in the Fall. The Spring YATS added a series of questions dealing with the benefits of the GI Bill to the survey. The proportion of respondents linking the Bill with educational benefits is above average among nineteen year olds and high quality prospects. The association is below average among low quality prospects. The rank order of the Services expressed by propensity levels is Air Force, Navy, Army, Marine Corps. The Fall 1976 report indicates a decline since Fall 1975 in the propensity of young men to join.
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