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Unionization has become an increasingly significant force among professional groups. This study was conducted to determine the attitudes of dental school administrators regarding faculty unionization and their perceptions concerning dental faculties' attitudes toward it. The data reported concern information about the administrators and demographic information concerning their institutions along with attitudinal information regarding faculty unionization. The attitudinal data reported concerned the administrators' opinions regarding: (1) expectancies for future unionization, (2) faculty strikes, (3) unionization's effect on governance, (4) perceptions of the type of faculty expected to favor unionization, (5) perceptions of the factors influencing faculty to prefer unionization, and (6) bargaining component preferences.