Gender composition among who say common sense is their primary source of guidance on what's right and wrong by metro area (2014) Switch to: Metro area among who say common sense is their primary source of guidance on what's right and wrong by gender

% of who say common sense is their primary source of guidance on what's right and wrong who are…

Metro area Men Women Sample Size
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Atlanta Metro Area 57% 43% 183
Baltimore Metro Area 54% 46% 124
Boston Metro Area 49% 51% 263
Chicago Metro Area 51% 49% 401
Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Area 53% 47% 246
Detroit Metro Area 49% 51% 182
Houston Metro Area 54% 46% 198
Los Angeles Metro Area 52% 48% 443
Miami Metro Area 50% 50% 220
Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area 49% 51% 155
New York City Metro Area 48% 52% 836
Philadelphia Metro Area 43% 57% 329
Phoenix Metro Area 48% 52% 178
Pittsburgh Metro Area 49% 51% 112
Providence Metro Area 43% 57% 180
Riverside, CA Metro Area 45% 55% 160
San Diego Metro Area 46% 54% 123
San Francisco Metro Area 49% 51% 223
Seattle Metro Area 50% 50% 142
St. Louis Metro Area 49% 51% 126
Tampa Metro Area 53% 47% 147
Washington, DC Metro Area 52% 48% 366

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