Carnegie Middle East Governance and Islam Dataset, 1988-2010

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Source of the survey data (MSURVEY)
TOTAL%
1) Arab Barometer: First Wave1173521.4
2) NSF703912.8
3) World Values Survey3196058.2
4) Egypt and Kuwait 19885921.1
5) Palestine 199523684.3
6) Palestine 199912002.2
TOTAL54894100.0
2) Name of dataset (MDATASET)
TOTAL%
1) Merged Arab Barometer data set (allarab)733813.4
2) Arab Barometer, Palestine (pa08arab)34306.2
3) NSF, Algeria (al04nsf)14462.6
4) NSF, Jordan (jo03nsf)10001.8
5) NSF, Morocco (mo05nsf)10832.0
6) NSF, Kuwait (ku05nsf)7501.4
7) NSF, Palestine (pa03nsf)13202.4
8) NSF, Yemen (ye06nsf)14402.6
9) World Values Survey (allwvs)1873534.1
10) World Value Survey, Iraq (irq06wvs)27014.9
11) World Values Survey, Second Wave (wvs2)679712.4
12) World Values Survey, Second Wave, Iran (wvs2iran)26674.9
13) Arab Barometer, Jordan (jo08arab)9671.8
14) Egypt and Kuwait 1988 (eg&ku1988)5921.1
15) Palestine 1995 (pa1995)23684.3
16) Palestine 1999 (pa1999)12002.2
17) World Values Survey, Third Wave, Qatar (qat2010)10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
3) Year (MYEAR)
TOTAL%
1988) 5921.1
1995) 23684.3
1999) 12002.2
2000) 553210.1
2001) 809414.7
2002) 12822.3
2003) 38227.0
2004) 37716.9
2005) 45008.2
2006) 913116.6
2007) 565810.3
2008) 744813.6
2009) 4360.8
2010) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
4) Country/year code (MCNYEAR)
TOTAL%
12001) Jordan 200112232.2
12003) Jordan 200310001.8
12006) Jordan 200611432.1
12007) Jordan 200712002.2
12008) Jordan 20089671.8
21995) Palestine 199523684.3
21999) Palestine 199912002.2
22003) Palestine 200313202.4
22006) Palestine 200612702.3
22008) Palestine 200834306.2
32002) Algeria 200212822.3
32004) Algeria 200414462.6
32006) Algeria 200613002.4
42001) Morocco 200122644.1
42005) Morocco 200510832.0
42006) Morocco 200612772.3
42007) Morocco 200712002.2
51988) Kuwait 19883000.5
52005) Kuwait 20057501.4
62007) Lebanon 200711952.2
72006) Yemen 200614402.6
72007) Yemen 20077171.3
82004) Iraq 200423254.2
82006) Iraq 200627014.9
91988) Egypt 19882920.5
92000) Egypt 200030005.5
92008) Egypt 200830515.6
102003) Saudi Arabia 200315022.7
112000) Iran 200025324.6
112005) Iran 200526674.9
122001) Turkey 200146078.4
122007) Turkey 200713462.5
132009) Bahrain 20094360.8
142010) Qatar 201010601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
5) To what extent do you agree/disagree with the following statements? In a democracy, the economy runs badly. (M1A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25767.2
2) Agree640618.0
3) Disagree1521942.7
4) Strongly disagree1142532.1
Missing19268 
TOTAL35626100.0
6) Democracies are indecisive and have too much quibbling. (M1B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree308811.6
2) Agree932835.0
3) Disagree1050439.4
4) Strongly disagree376914.1
Missing28205 
TOTAL26689100.0
7) Democracies are not good at maintaining order. (M1C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22748.5
2) Agree624923.3
3) Disagree1300648.6
4) Strongly disagree525319.6
Missing28112 
TOTAL26782100.0
8) Democracy may have its problems but is better than any other form of government. (M1D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1382440.9
2) Agree1562246.2
3) Disagree30939.2
4) Strongly disagree12583.7
Missing21097 
TOTAL33797100.0
9) Democracy emphasizes differences and weakens national unity. (M1E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree654.5
2) Agree26518.5
3) Disagree83458.3
4) Strongly disagree26618.6
Missing53464 
TOTAL1430100.0
10) Democracy is incompatible with shari`a law. (M1F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree451.9
2) Agree45618.8
3) Disagree150661.9
4) Strongly disagree42417.4
Missing52463 
TOTAL2431100.0
11) In democracies, religious authorities interpret the law (M1G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree489648.0
2) Agree269926.5
3) Disagree148314.5
4) Strongly disagree111911.0
Missing44697 
TOTAL10197100.0
12) Democracies tax the rich and subsidize the poor. (M1H)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree329733.3
2) Agree274927.8
3) Disagree213721.6
4) Strongly disagree170817.3
Missing45003 
TOTAL9891100.0
13) In democracies people choose their leaders in free elections. (M1I)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree671266.1
2) Agree222521.9
3) Disagree7137.0
4) Strongly disagree5045.0
Missing44740 
TOTAL10154100.0
14) In democracies people receive state aid for unemployment. (M1J)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree485747.5
2) Agree279827.4
3) Disagree147714.5
4) Strongly disagree108310.6
Missing44679 
TOTAL10215100.0
15) Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted? (M2)
TOTAL%
1) Most people can be trusted1251026.6
2) Some people can be trusted and some people cannot be trusted540811.5
3) Most people cannot be trusted2903061.8
98) Can't choose/Don't know180.0
Missing7928 
TOTAL46966100.0
16) How satisfied are you with the financial situation of your household? (M3)
TOTAL%
1) Very dissatisfied781216.0
2) Dissatisfied1029521.1
3) Neither dissatisfied nor satisfied1107622.6
4) Satisfied1368628.0
5) Very satisfied603212.3
Missing5993 
TOTAL48901100.0
17) In your opinion, how important is each of the following principles as a guide for making the laws of our country? Government and parliament should make laws according to the wishes of the people. (M4A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important1125839.6
2) Important936832.9
3) Somewhat important19056.7
4) Not important437915.4
5) Not important at all15555.5
Missing26429 
TOTAL28465100.0
18) In your opinion, how important is each of the following principles as a guide for making the laws of our country? Government should implement only the laws of the shari`a. (M4B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important963332.3
2) Important943431.6
3) Somewhat important27419.2
4) Not important573919.2
5) Not important at all22757.6
Missing25072 
TOTAL29822100.0
19) In your opinion, how important is each of the following principles as a guide for making the laws of our country? Government and parliament should make laws according to the wishes of the people in some areas and implement shari`a law in others. (M4C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important541832.2
2) Important655538.9
3) Somewhat important7194.3
4) Not important296617.6
5) Not important at all11847.0
Missing38052 
TOTAL16842100.0
20) How much do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Men of religion should not influence how people vote in elections. (M5A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree988030.2
2) Agree1176536.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree25717.9
4) Disagree617118.9
5) Strongly disagree23117.1
Missing22196 
TOTAL32698100.0
21) Men of religion should have no influence over the decisions of government. (M5B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree477516.3
2) Agree884930.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree25588.7
4) Disagree976833.4
5) Strongly disagree324811.1
98) Can't choose/Don't know840.3
Missing25612 
TOTAL29282100.0
22) Religious practice is a private matter and should be separated from socio-political life. (M5C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree454021.2
2) Agree632329.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree4912.3
4) Disagree592927.7
5) Strongly disagree392818.3
98) Can't choose/Don't know2301.1
Missing33453 
TOTAL21441100.0
23) It would be better for [country] if more people with strong religious beliefs held public office. (M5D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree826625.1
2) Agree1053132.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree30579.3
4) Disagree762123.1
5) Strongly disagree347210.5
Missing21947 
TOTAL32947100.0
24) Politicians who do not believe in God are unfit for public office. (M5E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1562254.4
2) Agree618821.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree16685.8
4) Disagree307510.7
5) Strongly disagree21767.6
Missing26165 
TOTAL28729100.0
25) Religious leaders should not interfere in politics. (M5F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree64718.6
2) Agree86524.8
4) Disagree112032.1
5) Strongly disagree85224.5
Missing51410 
TOTAL3484100.0
26) Clergy should have an important social and political role in society. (M5G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree43078.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree61.1
5) Strongly disagree11020.1
Missing54348 
TOTAL546100.0
27) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Parliamentary system in which nationalist, left-wing, and Islamic political parties all compete in elections. (M6A)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable238015.6
2) Suitable505733.2
3) Somewhat suitable330521.7
4) Not suitable at all450229.5
Missing39650 
TOTAL15244100.0
28) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? A parliamentary system in which only Islamic political parties and factions compete in elections. (M6B)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable6264.3
2) Suitable263018.1
3) Somewhat suitable393027.0
4) Not suitable at all738150.7
Missing40327 
TOTAL14567100.0
29) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? A system with a strong president and military in which elections and competition among political parties are not important. (M6C)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable6174.2
2) Suitable197413.3
3) Somewhat suitable324922.0
4) Not suitable at all894860.5
Missing40106 
TOTAL14788100.0
30) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? A system governed by Islamic law in which there are no political parties or elections (M6D)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable318719.2
2) Suitable352621.2
3) Somewhat suitable305218.4
4) Not suitable at all685041.2
Missing38279 
TOTAL16615100.0
31) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Democratic state with periodic elections. (M6E)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable166072.2
2) Suitable27211.8
3) Somewhat suitable1365.9
4) Not suitable at all23010.0
Missing52596 
TOTAL2298100.0
32) I'm going to describe various types of political systems that exist in the Middle East and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Islamic Caliph state. (M6F)
TOTAL%
1) Very suitable135948.9
2) Suitable1726.2
3) Somewhat suitable2729.8
4) Not suitable at all97635.1
Missing52115 
TOTAL2779100.0
33) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Family relations (M7A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important300618.4
2) Important242414.8
3) Somewhat important9205.6
4) Not important413725.3
5) Not important at all584235.8
98) Can't choose/Don't know80.0
Missing38557 
TOTAL16337100.0
34) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Party or faction affiliation (M7B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important335921.6
2) Important394325.3
3) Somewhat important11417.3
4) Not important321320.6
5) Not important at all387124.9
98) Can't choose/Don't know440.3
Missing39323 
TOTAL15571100.0
35) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Level of education (M7C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important1023762.6
2) Important424225.9
3) Somewhat important3952.4
4) Not important7874.8
5) Not important at all6864.2
98) Can't choose/Don't know20.0
Missing38545 
TOTAL16349100.0
36) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Religiosity (M7D)
TOTAL%
1) Very important781647.9
2) Important458028.1
3) Somewhat important9505.8
4) Not important13128.0
5) Not important at all164910.1
Missing38587 
TOTAL16307100.0
37) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Agrees with you on important issues (M7E)
TOTAL%
1) Very important575445.3
2) Important410932.3
3) Somewhat important7515.9
4) Not important12459.8
5) Not important at all8456.7
Missing42190 
TOTAL12704100.0
38) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Considers the opinions of others (M7F)
TOTAL%
1) Very important123321.0
2) Important196333.4
3) Somewhat important89515.2
4) Not important130122.2
5) Not important at all4778.1
Missing49025 
TOTAL5869100.0
39) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Program of the candidates (M7G)
TOTAL%
1) Very important178238.7
2) Important172037.4
3) Somewhat important3728.1
4) Not important3417.4
5) Not important at all3497.6
98) Can't choose/Don't know400.9
Missing50290 
TOTAL4604100.0
40) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Services the candidate provides (M7H)
TOTAL%
1) Very important37851.6
2) Important22931.2
4) Not important729.8
5) Not important at all547.4
Missing54161 
TOTAL733100.0
41) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Candidate has a good reputation (M7I)
TOTAL%
1) Very important56256.3
2) Important31131.1
3) Somewhat important474.7
4) Not important444.4
5) Not important at all353.5
Missing53895 
TOTAL999100.0
42) What factors would you consider when voting for candidates in an election for political office? Tribal relations (M7J)
TOTAL%
1) Very important1137.9
2) Important24917.3
3) Somewhat important24617.1
4) Not important49034.1
5) Not important at all34023.6
Missing53456 
TOTAL1438100.0
43) Sex of respondent (M8)
TOTAL%
1) Male2712249.5
2) Female2770550.5
Missing67 
TOTAL54827100.0
44) Today as in the past, Muslim scholars and jurists sometimes disagree about the proper interpretation of Islam in response to present-day issues. For each of the statements listed below, please indicate whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree, or disagree strongly with the interpretation of Islam that is presented. Democracy is a Western form of government that is not compatible with Islam. (M9A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14279.0
2) Agree306119.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree10626.7
4) Disagree755847.5
5) Strongly disagree279817.6
Missing38988 
TOTAL15906100.0
45) Islam requires that in a Muslim country the political rights of non-Muslims should be inferior to those of Muslims. (M9B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree221210.0
2) Agree420419.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree16527.5
4) Disagree959243.4
5) Strongly disagree444020.1
Missing32794 
TOTAL22100100.0
46) Banks in Muslim countries must be forbidden from charging even modest interest on loans because this is forbidden by Islam. (M9C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree570742.3
2) Agree444432.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree4663.5
4) Disagree208815.5
5) Strongly disagree7915.9
Missing41398 
TOTAL13496100.0
47) It is a violation in Islam for male and female university students to attend classes together. (M9D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree352417.6
2) Agree492924.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree10595.3
4) Disagree671633.5
5) Strongly disagree384619.2
Missing34820 
TOTAL20074100.0
48) If a Muslim converts to another religion, he must be punished by execution. (M9E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree189330.2
2) Agree133121.2
4) Disagree166726.6
5) Strongly disagree138222.0
Missing48621 
TOTAL6273100.0
49) In Islam a woman should dress modestly, but Islam does not require that she wear a hijab. (M9F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree539122.3
2) Agree737030.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree4932.0
4) Disagree508121.0
5) Strongly disagree587124.3
Missing30688 
TOTAL24206100.0
50) Nationalism like Arabic, Turkish and Kurdish is incompatible with Islam because Islam requires that Muslims be united in a single political community (the ummah) rather than be citizens of different states and loyal to different governments. (M9G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree194727.2
2) Agree221931.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree86212.1
4) Disagree153921.5
5) Strongly disagree5818.1
Missing47746 
TOTAL7148100.0
51) Some secular countries forbid the veil for Muslim women in schools and offices. (M9H)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree171.3
2) Agree352.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree977.5
4) Disagree34126.2
5) Strongly disagree81262.4
Missing53592 
TOTAL1302100.0
52) A country that is truly Islamic should not have a parliament with the right to pass laws (or do anything more than advise the rulers). (M9I)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree143315.3
2) Agree231724.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree6156.6
4) Disagree338536.1
5) Strongly disagree161417.2
Missing45530 
TOTAL9364100.0
53) By requiring men to treat all wives equally, Islam's true intent is to prohibit taking more than one wife. (M9J)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23419.7
2) Agree27323.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree14011.8
4) Disagree32026.9
5) Strongly disagree22118.6
Missing53706 
TOTAL1188100.0
54) Monarchy is a form of government that is compatible with Islam. (M9K)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14715.2
2) Agree25626.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree18018.6
4) Disagree22823.6
5) Strongly disagree15616.1
Missing53927 
TOTAL967100.0
55) If a Palestinian state established peace with Israel, Islam would not oppose existence of Israel. (M9L)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree13413.0
2) Agree31430.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree12512.1
4) Disagree19719.1
5) Strongly disagree26325.5
Missing53861 
TOTAL1033100.0
56) If a country pursues policies harmful to Muslims, Islam permits killing civilians in that country. (M9M)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree252.2
2) Agree413.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree453.9
4) Disagree27123.4
5) Strongly disagree77767.0
Missing53735 
TOTAL1159100.0
57) Islam requires a country with a majority of Muslims be governed by men of Islamic learning. (M9N)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree46742.3
2) Agree43139.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree999.0
4) Disagree595.3
5) Strongly disagree474.3
Missing53791 
TOTAL1103100.0
58) It is the husband's responsibility to seriously consider his wife's suggestions. (M9O)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree97939.1
2) Agree115646.2
4) Disagree27911.1
5) Strongly disagree903.6
Missing52390 
TOTAL2504100.0
59) The following questions are your personal opinions about the principles that should determine the behavior and situation of women in our society. For each of the statements listed below, please indicate whether you agree strongly, agree, disagree, or disagree strongly: A woman can be a president or prime minister in a Muslim country. (M10A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree215320.5
2) Agree402238.3
4) Disagree274726.2
5) Strongly disagree156614.9
Missing44406 
TOTAL10488100.0
60) A married woman can work outside the home if she wishes. (M10B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree505225.4
2) Agree1072353.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree4632.3
4) Disagree259213.0
5) Strongly disagree10465.3
98) Can't choose/Don't know100.1
Missing35008 
TOTAL19886100.0
61) On the whole, men make better political leaders than women do. (M10C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree2108642.9
2) Agree1562831.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree4070.8
4) Disagree883518.0
5) Strongly disagree32146.5
Missing5724 
TOTAL49170100.0
62) A university education is more important for a boy than a girl. (M10D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree739715.4
2) Agree868418.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree12172.5
4) Disagree1655534.5
5) Strongly disagree1419729.5
Missing6844 
TOTAL48050100.0
63) Men and women should have equal job opportunities and wages. (M10E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree537325.2
2) Agree1026148.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree5342.5
4) Disagree415019.4
5) Strongly disagree10394.9
Missing33537 
TOTAL21357100.0
64) Men and women should receive equal wages and salaries. (M10F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree420036.2
2) Agree559748.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree850.7
4) Disagree126710.9
5) Strongly disagree4624.0
Missing43283 
TOTAL11611100.0
65) A woman can travel abroad by herself if she wishes. (M10G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree129611.7
2) Agree268224.2
4) Disagree417337.6
5) Strongly disagree295026.6
Missing43793 
TOTAL11101100.0
66) A woman should have the right to vote and to be a member of parliament. (M10H)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree186027.3
2) Agree336349.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree3745.5
4) Disagree81211.9
5) Strongly disagree4156.1
Missing48070 
TOTAL6824100.0
67) A woman should cease to work outside the home after marriage in order to devote full time to home and family. (M10I)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree200320.7
2) Agree297830.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree6977.2
4) Disagree276828.7
5) Strongly disagree120912.5
Missing45239 
TOTAL9655100.0
68) A working mother can establish just as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. (M10J)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree618530.1
2) Agree621130.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree1840.9
4) Disagree585728.5
5) Strongly disagree211910.3
Missing34338 
TOTAL20556100.0
69) Being a housewife is just as fulfilling as working for pay. (M10K)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree999440.9
2) Agree845534.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree1780.7
4) Disagree436117.9
5) Strongly disagree14375.9
Missing30469 
TOTAL24425100.0
70) Both the husband and wife should contribute to household income. (M10L)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree584534.1
2) Agree712641.6
4) Disagree304017.7
5) Strongly disagree11206.5
Missing37763 
TOTAL17131100.0
71) Men make better business executives than women do. (M10M)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree370335.8
2) Agree380436.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree3633.5
4) Disagree182517.6
5) Strongly disagree6596.4
Missing44540 
TOTAL10354100.0
72) Muslim women should have the same rights as Muslim men to marry non-Muslims. (M10N)
TOTAL%
2) Agree9922.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree20.5
4) Disagree34177.1
Missing54452 
TOTAL442100.0
73) It is important for girls to go to high school. (M10O)
TOTAL%
2) Agree49886.0
4) Disagree8114.0
Missing54315 
TOTAL579100.0
74) Women have the right to get divorced upon their request. (M10P)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree43014.9
2) Agree138648.0
4) Disagree82728.6
5) Strongly disagree2468.5
Missing52005 
TOTAL2889100.0
75) A husband, sometimes, has the right to beat his wife when he feels it is necessary. (M10Q)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1647.0
2) Agree84035.7
4) Disagree72030.6
5) Strongly disagree62626.6
Missing52544 
TOTAL2350100.0
76) There must be a law forcing all women to wear a veil. (M10R)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree35812.2
2) Agree129844.4
4) Disagree76826.3
5) Strongly disagree50017.1
Missing51970 
TOTAL2924100.0
77) The woman has the right to marry a man of her choice. (M10S)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree123252.2
2) Agree98041.6
4) Disagree1164.9
5) Strongly disagree301.3
Missing52536 
TOTAL2358100.0
78) Marital status (M11)
TOTAL%
1) Single1638130.0
2) Married3522164.6
3) Other29465.4
Missing346 
TOTAL54548100.0
79) Country (M12)
TOTAL%
1) Jordan553310.1
2) Palestine958817.5
3) Algeria40287.3
4) Morocco582410.6
5) Kuwait10501.9
6) Lebanon11952.2
7) Yemen21573.9
8) Iraq50269.2
9) Egypt634311.6
10) Saudi Arabia15022.7
11) Iran51999.5
12) Turkey595310.8
13) Bahrain4360.8
14) Qatar10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
80) Year (M13)
TOTAL%
1988) 5921.1
1995) 23684.3
1999) 12002.2
2000) 553210.1
2001) 809414.7
2002) 12822.3
2003) 38227.0
2004) 37716.9
2005) 18333.3
2006) 913116.6
2007) 832515.2
2008) 744813.6
2009) 4360.8
2010) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
81) Employment status (M14)
TOTAL%
1) Employed2368944.7
2) Unemployed1458027.5
3) Other1471927.8
Missing1906 
TOTAL52988100.0
82) Employment sector (M15)
TOTAL%
1) Public465234.2
2) Private824860.7
3) Other6624.9
96) Not interested210.2
Missing41311 
TOTAL13583100.0
83) How often do you read the Quran? (M16)
TOTAL%
1) Every day or almost everyday309123.7
2) Several times a week384529.5
3) Sometimes356327.4
4) Rarely or never155812.0
5) I don't read9667.4
Missing41871 
TOTAL13023100.0
84) Which of the following is the most important to you from the following social and geographical affiliations? (M17A)
TOTAL%
1) Family/tribe30707.5
2) Locality (city or village you currently reside in)572914.0
3) Region (Governorate you currently live in)26276.4
4) [country], in the general sense1709141.8
5) Continent10432.6
6) Middle East20.0
7) Arab world8612.1
8) Islamic world17024.2
9) The world865321.2
10) Other760.2
Missing14040 
TOTAL40854100.0
85) Which of the following is the second most important to you from the following social and geographical affiliations? (M17B)
TOTAL%
1) Family/tribe13034.9
2) Locality (city or village you currently reside in)511619.3
3) Region (Governorate you currently live in)553320.8
4) [country], in the general sense795129.9
5) Continent291111.0
6) Middle East340.1
7) Arab world10163.8
8) Islamic world11154.2
9) The world15385.8
10) Other370.1
Missing28340 
TOTAL26554100.0
86) How proud are you to be a [country nationality]? (M18)
TOTAL%
1) Very proud2942876.1
2) Quite proud723018.7
3) Not very proud13363.5
4) Not proud at all6841.8
Missing16216 
TOTAL38678100.0
87) Which of the following best describes you? (M19)
TOTAL%
1) Above all I am [country nationality]711127.2
2) Above all I am a Muslim1686964.5
3) Above all I am an Arab8353.2
4) Above all I am a Christian1970.8
5) Above all I am [Kurd/Berber/Palestinian/Pharonic/Greek Armenian]5542.1
6) Other5692.2
Missing28759 
TOTAL26135100.0
88) Age (M20)
TOTAL%
1) 18-24 years old1191523.1
2) 25-34 years old1489428.9
3) 35-44 years old1159922.5
4) 45-54 years old708713.8
5) 55-64 years old37677.3
6) 65-74 years old17333.4
7) 75+ years old5251.0
Missing3374 
TOTAL51520100.0
89) Age for Egypt and Kuwait 1988 (M20EGKU)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 20 years old416.9
2) 20-29 years old32054.1
3) 30-39 years old17429.4
4) 40 years old and over569.5
Missing54303 
TOTAL591100.0
90) Age for Palestine 1995 (M20PA95)
TOTAL%
1) 18-22 years old60225.4
2) 23-26 years old40016.9
3) 27-30 years old31213.2
4) 31-35 years old32013.5
5) 36-42 years old29812.6
6) 43-50 years old2229.4
7) 51+ years old2129.0
99) Decline to answer20.1
Missing52526 
TOTAL2368100.0
91) Level of education (not original codes--recoded by the ARDA) (M21)
TOTAL%
1) Illiterate969417.8
2) Elementary and primary (includes elementary school so goes from first grade to eighth grade)1514827.9
3) Incomplete secondary750.1
4) Secondary1391725.6
5) Some post-secondary7701.4
6) BA (completion of college degree)1165721.4
7) Some post-BA1850.3
8) MA or higher29105.4
Missing538 
TOTAL54356100.0
92) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Prime Minister (M22A)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust878224.0
2) Quite a lot of trust1159231.7
3) A little trust14333.9
4) Very little trust763020.9
5) None at all714519.5
Missing18312 
TOTAL36582100.0
93) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? The courts/justice system (M22B)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust612623.6
2) Quite a lot of trust828932.0
3) A little trust16036.2
4) Very little trust498319.2
5) None at all493919.0
Missing28954 
TOTAL25940100.0
94) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Parliament (M22C)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust594517.5
2) Quite a lot of trust985429.0
3) A little trust18795.5
4) Very little trust784123.1
5) None at all843824.8
Missing20937 
TOTAL33957100.0
95) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? The police (M22D)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust1130230.1
2) Quite a lot of trust1254633.4
3) A little trust23126.2
4) Very little trust622816.6
5) None at all498413.3
98) Can't choose/Don't know1760.5
Missing17346 
TOTAL37548100.0
96) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Political parties (M22E)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust24028.0
2) Quite a lot of trust613320.4
3) A little trust21277.1
4) Very little trust863528.7
5) None at all1074935.8
Missing24848 
TOTAL30046100.0
97) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Mosques/churches (M22F)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust1849954.5
2) Quite a lot of trust982028.9
3) A little trust5921.7
4) Very little trust348810.3
5) None at all15664.6
Missing20929 
TOTAL33965100.0
98) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Labor unions (M22G)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust323012.1
2) Quite a lot of trust815730.7
3) A little trust19967.5
4) Very little trust761428.6
5) None at all529619.9
98) Can't choose/Don't know3141.2
Missing28287 
TOTAL26607100.0
99) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? TV (M22H)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust633417.6
2) Quite a lot of trust1255434.9
3) A little trust21065.9
4) Very little trust971127.0
5) None at all522514.5
Missing18964 
TOTAL35930100.0
100) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Satellite TV (M22I)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust8059.5
2) Quite a lot of trust205124.3
3) A little trust213725.3
4) Very little trust169720.1
5) None at all175820.8
Missing46446 
TOTAL8448100.0
101) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Educational institutions such as schools and universities (M22J)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust407936.7
2) Quite a lot of trust438539.5
3) A little trust119910.8
4) Very little trust8087.3
5) None at all5765.2
98) Can't choose/Don't know640.6
Missing43783 
TOTAL11111100.0
102) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Security services (M22K)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust71324.3
2) Quite a lot of trust103535.2
3) A little trust73725.1
4) Very little trust2087.1
5) None at all2468.4
Missing51955 
TOTAL2939100.0
103) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? The press (M22L)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust443114.1
2) Quite a lot of trust1037633.0
3) A little trust22557.2
4) Very little trust952230.3
5) None at all484115.4
Missing23469 
TOTAL31425100.0
104) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Military (M22M)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust1045042.0
2) Quite a lot of trust749930.2
3) A little trust1510.6
4) Very little trust463818.7
5) None at all21238.5
Missing30033 
TOTAL24861100.0
105) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Religious leaders: fouqhas (M22N)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust56450.5
2) Quite a lot of trust35131.4
4) Very little trust15013.4
5) None at all524.7
Missing53777 
TOTAL1117100.0
106) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Civil services (M22O)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust404617.1
2) Quite a lot of trust893737.7
4) Very little trust706729.8
5) None at all365115.4
Missing31193 
TOTAL23701100.0
107) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Major companies (M22P)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust251311.9
2) Quite a lot of trust653531.0
4) Very little trust735134.9
5) None at all469022.2
Missing33805 
TOTAL21089100.0
108) I'm going to name a number of institutions. For each one, please tell me how much trust you have in them. Is it a great deal of trust, quite a lot of trust, not very much trust, or none at all? Government appointed religious authorities (M22Q)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of trust26659.5
3) A little trust30.7
5) None at all17839.8
Missing54447 
TOTAL447100.0
109) I'm going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Having a democratic political system (public freedom, equal political and civil rights, balance of power, accountability and transparency) (M23A)
TOTAL%
1) Very good2232557.0
2) Good1390935.5
3) Bad20175.2
4) Very bad8912.3
Missing15752 
TOTAL39142100.0
110) I'm going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Having a strong non-democratic leader that does not bother with parliament and elections (M23B)
TOTAL%
1) Very good462711.8
2) Good748819.2
3) Bad1190130.5
4) Very bad1505738.5
Missing15821 
TOTAL39073100.0
111) I'm going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Having experts rather than government make decisions according to what is best for the country (M23C)
TOTAL%
1) Very good1094129.5
2) Good1637544.1
3) Bad649717.5
4) Very bad33168.9
Missing17765 
TOTAL37129100.0
112) I'm going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Having a system that is a mixture of the above three under one ruler (M23D)
TOTAL%
1) Very good91914.9
2) Good233637.8
3) Bad180029.1
4) Very bad112018.1
Missing48719 
TOTAL6175100.0
113) I'm going to describe various types of political systems and ask what you think about each as a way of governing [country]. For each one, would you say it is a very good, fairly good, fairly bad or very bad way of governing [country]? Having the army rule (M23E)
TOTAL%
1) Very good394613.9
2) Good642922.7
3) Bad888931.3
4) Very bad911732.1
Missing26513 
TOTAL28381100.0
114) Indicate how satisfied you are with the performance of the current [country] government. (M24)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied389411.4
2) Rather satisfied821224.0
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied851824.8
4) Not very satisfied739821.6
5) Not at all satisfied608517.8
96) Not important60.0
98) Can't choose/Don't know1680.5
Missing20613 
TOTAL34281100.0
115) Generally speaking, how interested would you say you are in politics? (M25)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested679814.0
2) Somewhat interested1610133.2
3) Not very interested1279026.4
4) Not at all interested1277726.4
Missing6428 
TOTAL48466100.0
116) Do you agree/disagree with the following statement? Sometimes politics and government seem so complicated that a person like me can't really understand what is going on. (M26)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree456322.6
2) Agree813540.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree206310.2
4) Disagree403920.0
5) Strongly disagree14057.0
Missing34689 
TOTAL20205100.0
117) Do you agree/disagree with the following statement? Our political leaders care about ordinary citizens. (M27A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16668.1
2) Agree513725.1
3) Disagree686433.5
4) Strongly disagree659332.2
5) Neither agree nor disagree (coded as 2.5 in the original and recoded by ARDA)1450.7
98) Can't choose/Don't know820.4
Missing34407 
TOTAL20487100.0
118) Do you agree/disagree with the following statement? Public officials pursue their own interests. (M27B)
TOTAL%
1) Agree35569.5
2) Disagree15630.5
Missing54383 
TOTAL511100.0
119) Monthly individual income (by quintiles) (M28)
TOTAL%
1) First quintile594712.4
2) Second quintile847817.7
3) Third quintile805116.8
4) Fourth quintile1097622.9
5) Fifth quintile1440130.1
Missing7041 
TOTAL47853100.0
120) Independently of whether you go to religious services or not, would you say you are: (M30)
TOTAL%
1) Religious3097974.2
2) In between/mixed553513.3
3) Not religious/atheist523312.5
4) Other40.0
Missing13143 
TOTAL41751100.0
121) When you get together with your friends, would you say you discuss political matters frequently, occasionally, or never? (M31)
TOTAL%
1) Frequently396314.3
2) Occasionally1274145.9
3) Never1104339.8
Missing27147 
TOTAL27747100.0
122) All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole these days? (M32)
TOTAL%
1) Very dissatisfied544914.4
2) Dissatisfied529314.0
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied990526.3
4) Satisfied947925.1
5) Very satisfied760720.2
Missing17161 
TOTAL37733100.0
123) Do you find that you get comfort and strength from religion? (M33)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, very much2455692.5
2) Some11134.2
3) A little2410.9
4) No, very little or none6472.4
Missing28337 
TOTAL26557100.0
124) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Family (M34A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important3579495.4
2) Rather important15074.0
3) Not very important1460.4
4) Not important at all550.1
Missing17392 
TOTAL37502100.0
125) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Politics (M34B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important736719.4
2) Rather important1168330.8
3) Not very important960525.3
4) Not important at all927124.4
Missing16968 
TOTAL37926100.0
126) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Work (M34C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important2904175.0
2) Rather important671417.3
3) Not very important20225.2
4) Not important at all9492.5
Missing16168 
TOTAL38726100.0
127) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Religion (M34D)
TOTAL%
1) Very important3583787.4
2) Rather important40549.9
3) Not very important7411.8
4) Not important at all3520.9
Missing13910 
TOTAL40984100.0
128) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Society (M34E)
TOTAL%
1) Very important423360.8
2) Rather important244935.2
3) Not very important2173.1
4) Not important at all600.9
Missing47935 
TOTAL6959100.0
129) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Tribe (M34F)
TOTAL%
1) Very important24617.1
2) Rather important53337.1
3) Not very important35624.8
4) Not important at all30221.0
Missing53457 
TOTAL1437100.0
130) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Friends (M34G)
TOTAL%
1) Very important1609450.7
2) Rather important1205238.0
3) Not very important28729.0
4) Not important at all7372.3
Missing23139 
TOTAL31755100.0
131) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Leisure time (M34H)
TOTAL%
1) Very important909829.9
2) Rather important1193439.2
3) Not very important704823.2
4) Not important at all23277.7
Missing24487 
TOTAL30407100.0
132) For each of the following, indicate whether it is very important, rather important, not very important, or not important at all in your life: Service to others (M34I)
TOTAL%
1) Very important700459.8
2) Rather important391633.5
3) Not very important6515.6
4) Not important at all1351.2
Missing43188 
TOTAL11706100.0
133) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Previous political experience (M35A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important670450.4
2) Rather important342425.7
3) Not very important136210.2
4) Not important at all181813.7
Missing41586 
TOTAL13308100.0
134) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Openness to diverse political ideas (M35B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important845549.7
2) Rather important457726.9
3) Not very important13267.8
4) Not important at all264815.6
Missing37888 
TOTAL17006100.0
135) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Hardworking (M35C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important700751.8
2) Rather important310122.9
3) Not very important165912.3
4) Not important at all175313.0
Missing41374 
TOTAL13520100.0
136) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Effective speaker/Ease in communicating with people (M35D)
TOTAL%
1) Very important619147.4
2) Rather important324724.9
3) Not very important162112.4
4) Not important at all199215.3
Missing41843 
TOTAL13051100.0
137) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: A sense of justice and integrity (M35E)
TOTAL%
1) Very important380956.6
2) Rather important114217.0
3) Not very important89313.3
4) Not important at all88413.1
Missing48166 
TOTAL6728100.0
138) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Role in the national struggle (M35F)
TOTAL%
1) Very important84125.0
2) Rather important53816.0
3) Not very important60618.0
4) Not important at all138241.0
Missing51527 
TOTAL3367100.0
139) People sometimes talk about the factors that make a person qualified for national leadership. Please state which one of these you, yourself, consider the most important: Militant in a party or trade union (M35G)
TOTAL%
1) Very important232.4
2) Rather important282.9
3) Not very important474.9
4) Not important at all87089.9
Missing53926 
TOTAL968100.0
140) Some people feel they have completely free choice and control over their lives, while other people feel that what they do has no real effect on what happens to them. How much freedom of choice and control do you feel you have over the way your own life turns out? (M36)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, very much1090329.8
2) Some885624.2
3) A little1187432.4
4) No, very little or none498313.6
Missing18278 
TOTAL36616100.0
141) Did you vote/participate in the most recent election? (M37)
TOTAL%
0) No836237.2
1) Yes1370761.0
2) Not eligible3961.8
Missing32429 
TOTAL22465100.0
142) Here is a list of actions that people sometimes take as citizens. For each of these please tell me whether you, personally, have ever done each of these things in the past three years: Join together with others to draw attention to an issue or sign a petition. (M38A)
TOTAL%
1) Once or more than once457516.4
2) Might do621922.3
3) Never have done and never will do1706661.3
Missing27034 
TOTAL27860100.0
143) Here is a list of actions that people sometimes take as citizens. For each of these please tell me whether you, personally, have ever done each of these things in the past three years: Attend a demonstration or protest march. (M38B)
TOTAL%
1) Once or more than once369113.1
2) Might do479917.1
3) Never have done and never will do1962969.8
Missing26775 
TOTAL28119100.0
144) Here is a list of actions that people sometimes take as citizens. For each of these please tell me whether you, personally, have ever done each of these things in the past three years: Joining in boycotts. (M38C)
TOTAL%
1) Once or more than once223610.8
2) Might do480023.1
3) Never have done and never will do1373966.1
Missing34119 
TOTAL20775100.0
145) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Followers of other religions (M39A)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors1786367.4
1) I do mind having them as neighbors863232.6
Missing28399 
TOTAL26495100.0
146) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? People of different race or color (M39B)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors2109571.2
1) I do mind having them as neighbors852028.8
Missing25279 
TOTAL29615100.0
147) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Immigrants and guest workers (M39C)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors1932265.4
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1020034.6
Missing25372 
TOTAL29522100.0
148) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? People with a criminal record (M39D)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors820838.4
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1318661.6
Missing33500 
TOTAL21394100.0
149) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Drinkers (M39E)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors788035.2
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1448664.8
Missing32528 
TOTAL22366100.0
150) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Emotionally unstable people (M39F)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors822450.1
1) I do mind having them as neighbors818649.9
Missing38484 
TOTAL16410100.0
151) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? People who have AIDS (M39G)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors896237.6
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1490462.4
Missing31028 
TOTAL23866100.0
152) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Drug addicts (M39H)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors691729.0
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1696271.0
Missing31015 
TOTAL23879100.0
153) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Homosexuals (M39I)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors702533.2
1) I do mind having them as neighbors1413766.8
Missing33732 
TOTAL21162100.0
154) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Unmarried couples living together (M39J)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors141922.2
1) I do mind having them as neighbors498377.8
Missing48492 
TOTAL6402100.0
155) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? People who speak a different language (M39K)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors95389.9
1) I do mind having them as neighbors10710.1
Missing53834 
TOTAL1060100.0
156) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Jews (M39M)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors349131.7
1) I do mind having them as neighbors752668.3
Missing43877 
TOTAL11017100.0
157) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Christians (M39N)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors766162.8
1) I do mind having them as neighbors453937.2
Missing42694 
TOTAL12200100.0
158) Do you mind having the following groups as neighbors? Americans (M39O)
TOTAL%
0) I do not mind having them as neighbors63312.9
1) I do mind having them as neighbors427487.1
Missing49987 
TOTAL4907100.0
159) How much respect is there for democracy and human rights in your country? (M40)
TOTAL%
1) A lot of respect494514.4
2) Some respect1345639.1
3) In between23816.9
4) Not much respect737321.4
5) No respect at all622518.1
Missing20514 
TOTAL34380100.0
160) How democratic is [country]? (M41)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all democratic303722.0
2) Democracy but with major problems433931.5
3) Democracy but with minor problems410529.8
4) Completely democratic216815.7
96) There is no democracy1311.0
Missing41114 
TOTAL13780100.0
161) Can you remember the name of the Foreign Minister? (M42A)
TOTAL%
0) Wrong answer206027.7
1) Correct answer537772.3
Missing47457 
TOTAL7437100.0
162) Can you remember the name of the speaker/leader/president of parliament? (M42B)
TOTAL%
0) Wrong answer169021.3
1) Correct answer623578.7
Missing46969 
TOTAL7925100.0
163) Can you remember the name of the Minister of Finance? (M42C)
TOTAL%
0) Wrong answer108343.7
1) Correct answer139456.3
Missing52417 
TOTAL2477100.0
164) I am knowledgeable of political matters. (M42D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree51621.8
2) Agree1747.4
3) Disagree104444.2
4) Strongly disagree60825.7
98) Can't choose/Don't know220.9
Missing52530 
TOTAL2364100.0
165) How often do you read the newspaper? (M43)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or not at all455534.4
2) Occasionally312723.6
3) Several times a week169212.8
4) Everyday387729.3
Missing41643 
TOTAL13251100.0
166) Do you refer to religious teachings when making decisions about your life? (M44)
TOTAL%
1) Always27947.6
2) Sometimes27046.1
3) Rarely345.8
4) Never30.5
Missing54308 
TOTAL586100.0
167) How often do you pray? (M45)
TOTAL%
1) Very often (several times a day)1150947.3
2) Often (everyday)934938.4
3) Sometimes (once or twice a week)7373.0
4) Rarely (one or two times a month or only on religious holidays)8553.5
5) Never19027.8
Missing30542 
TOTAL24352100.0
168) How often do you pray/perform in the mosque? (M46)
TOTAL%
1) Very often (several times a day)7684.1
2) Often (everyday)512327.5
3) Sometimes (once or twice a week)268114.4
4) Rarely (one or two times a month or only on religious holidays)446224.0
5) Never558630.0
Missing36274 
TOTAL18620100.0
169) When you consider what a suitable spouse is for your son or daughter, would you say that each of the following is very important, somewhat important, or not important: S/he prays. (M47A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important381853.0
2) Somewhat important120416.7
3) A little important73310.2
4) Not important at all145420.2
Missing47685 
TOTAL7209100.0
170) When you consider what a suitable spouse is for your son or daughter, would you say that each of the following is very important, somewhat important, or not important: S/he fasts. (M47B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important472665.4
2) Somewhat important91712.7
3) A little important4846.7
4) Not important at all110415.3
Missing47663 
TOTAL7231100.0
171) The culture of the U.S. and other Western countries has many positive attributes. (M48A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree159112.9
2) Agree752161.1
3) Disagree320226.0
4) Strongly disagree30.0
Missing42577 
TOTAL12317100.0
172) Exposure to the culture of the U.S. and other Western countries has a harmful effect on our country. (M48B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree333327.5
2) Agree407133.6
3) Disagree246020.3
4) Strongly disagree6245.1
5) Neither agree nor disagree (coded as 2.5 in the original and recoded by ARDA)410.3
98) Can't choose/Don't know8416.9
99) Decline to answer360.3
100) Not usable/Not provided7175.9
Missing42771 
TOTAL12123100.0
173) Despite negative U.S. foreign policies, most ordinary Americans are good people. (M48C)
TOTAL%
2) Agree370958.9
3) Disagree259041.1
Missing48595 
TOTAL6299100.0
174) Censorship should be increased on books and literature coming from the West. (M48D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree113439.0
2) Agree154153.0
3) Disagree1866.4
4) Strongly disagree481.7
Missing51985 
TOTAL2909100.0
175) Western values led to mortal erosion in our societies. (M48E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree39566.7
2) Agree15225.7
3) Disagree213.5
4) Strongly disagree244.1
Missing54302 
TOTAL592100.0
176) The west is the reason for our underdevelopment. (M48F)
TOTAL%
1) Agree32462.7
2) Disagree19337.3
Missing54377 
TOTAL517100.0
177) Western culture poses a threat to Islam. (M48G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree63654.0
2) Agree26522.5
3) Disagree14212.1
4) Strongly disagree13511.5
Missing53716 
TOTAL1178100.0
178) We must obey the leaders in our society. (M49)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree116616.7
2) Agree345549.6
3) Disagree172124.7
4) Strongly disagree6218.9
Missing47931 
TOTAL6963100.0
179) Abandonment of religion (M50)
TOTAL%
1) Very important167270.7
2) Important49020.7
3) Somewhat important1024.3
4) Not very important823.5
5) Not important at all200.8
Missing52528 
TOTAL2366100.0
180) How important is: Existence of a multiparty system (political pluralism)? (M51A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important76633.3
2) Important92640.3
3) Somewhat important1627.0
4) Not very important36615.9
5) Not important at all783.4
Missing52596 
TOTAL2298100.0
181) How important is: Fair and regular elections? (M51B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important120051.2
2) Important97241.4
3) Somewhat important1024.3
4) Not very important662.8
5) Not important at all60.3
Missing52548 
TOTAL2346100.0
182) How important is: Existence of an elected parliament representing all political trends? (M51C)
TOTAL%
1) Very important110647.8
2) Important100643.4
3) Somewhat important1004.3
4) Not very important803.5
5) Not important at all241.0
Missing52578 
TOTAL2316100.0
183) Islam is the sole faith by which Palestinians can obtain their rights. (M52A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree156667.2
2) Agree1948.3
4) Disagree23810.2
5) Strongly disagree33214.2
Missing52564 
TOTAL2330100.0
184) Islamic laws (regarding social aspects) should be modified to fit the current lifestyle. (M52B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree31411.4
2) Agree124645.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree2328.4
4) Disagree63523.1
5) Strongly disagree32211.7
Missing52145 
TOTAL2749100.0
185) Islam should take a large role in our society. (M52C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree89675.7
2) Agree21318.0
4) Disagree494.1
5) Strongly disagree252.1
Missing53711 
TOTAL1183100.0
186) Islamic values play a larger role in government policy. (M52D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree61753.3
2) Agree39734.3
4) Disagree998.5
5) Strongly disagree453.9
Missing53736 
TOTAL1158100.0
187) Islamic extremism poses a threat to Islam. (M52E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33930.7
2) Agree25823.3
4) Disagree21219.2
5) Strongly disagree29726.9
Missing53788 
TOTAL1106100.0
188) Islam is playing a growing role in our society today. (M52F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree39835.4
2) Agree52446.6
4) Disagree16714.8
5) Strongly disagree363.2
Missing53769 
TOTAL1125100.0
189) The solution to our political problems today is the return to the social and political views indicated in Islam. (M52G)
TOTAL%
2) Agree28553.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree21340.0
4) Disagree346.4
Missing54362 
TOTAL532100.0
190) Islam is the only ideology which enables us to develop. (M52H)
TOTAL%
2) Agree51493.3
4) Disagree376.7
Missing54343 
TOTAL551100.0
191) Muslims ought to practice their religion today in the same fashion that their fathers and grandfathers practiced it. (M52I)
TOTAL%
2) Agree34364.8
4) Disagree18635.2
Missing54365 
TOTAL529100.0
192) Do you support the current organized religious movements? (M53)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8115.5
2) Somewhat18635.6
3) No25548.9
Missing54372 
TOTAL522100.0
193) I will sacrifice any precious thing for the Islamic nation. (M54)
TOTAL%
1) Always133856.7
2) Most of the time28212.0
3) Few times40217.0
4) No29612.6
98) Can't choose/Don't know401.7
Missing52536 
TOTAL2358100.0
194) Support for Islamic political parties. (M55)
TOTAL%
1) Apply81835.7
2) To an extent apply1426.2
3) Somewhat apply45619.9
4) Not apply87438.2
Missing52604 
TOTAL2290100.0
195) Accountability of government (M56)
TOTAL%
1) Very important122452.7
2) Important85036.6
3) Somewhat important1466.3
4) Not important863.7
5) Not important at all180.8
Missing52570 
TOTAL2324100.0
196) Importance of Islamic unity (M57)
TOTAL%
1) Very important45177.1
2) Important6511.1
3) Somewhat important528.9
4) Not important101.7
5) Not important at all71.2
Missing54309 
TOTAL585100.0
197) The political identity of my nation can best be described as part of the: Islamic world. (M58)
TOTAL%
1) First ranked41572.9
2) Second ranked7012.3
3) Third ranked7212.7
4) Fourth ranked122.1
Missing54325 
TOTAL569100.0
198) What is the main political issue facing the country today? Political participation (M59A)
TOTAL%
1) Very important448.0
2) Important5510.0
3) Somewhat important21538.9
4) Not important10118.3
5) Not important at all13724.8
Missing54342 
TOTAL552100.0
199) What is the main political issue facing the country today? Neglect of Islamic values (M59B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important18232.5
2) Important8715.5
3) Somewhat important16429.3
4) Not important6712.0
5) Not important at all6010.7
Missing54334 
TOTAL560100.0
200) Does liberal democracy represent your political beliefs and orientations? (M60A)
TOTAL%
0) No52191.9
1) Yes468.1
Missing54327 
TOTAL567100.0
201) Does the Muslim Brotherhood or other Islamic Groups represent your political beliefs and orientations? (M60B)
TOTAL%
0) No46882.5
1) Yes9917.5
Missing54327 
TOTAL567100.0
202) Is a Majlis Shura your preferred form of (political) participation? (M61A)
TOTAL%
0) No25645.0
1) Yes31355.0
Missing54325 
TOTAL569100.0
203) Is a parliament with political parties your preferred form of (political) participation? (M61B)
TOTAL%
0) No46982.4
1) Yes10017.6
Missing54325 
TOTAL569100.0
204) Are you a member of any formal organization or group? (M62)
TOTAL%
0) No591782.1
1) Yes129417.9
Missing47683 
TOTAL7211100.0
205) Are you a member of a church or religious organization? (M63)
TOTAL%
0) Not a member922085.4
1) Inactive member7476.9
2) Active member8017.4
3) Official leader260.2
Missing44100 
TOTAL10794100.0
206) When you need advice about a personal problem, how often do you consult each of the following? An imam or fakih (M64)
TOTAL%
1) Most often90012.9
2) Sometimes153322.0
3) Rarely149721.5
4) Never303643.6
Missing47928 
TOTAL6966100.0
207) Respondent's religion (M65)
TOTAL%
1) Muslim5203795.3
2) Christian14312.6
4) Hindu70.0
5) Jew870.2
6) Zoroastrian160.0
7) Other330.1
9) Not asked9671.8
Missing316 
TOTAL54578100.0
208) Muslim sect (M66)
TOTAL%
1) Sunni240032.6
2) Shia497267.4
Missing47522 
TOTAL7372100.0
209) Political Rights Index (Freedom House) (1=Highest amount of freedom; 7=Least amount of freedom) (MFHPR)
TOTAL%
3) 13462.5
4) 662712.1
5) 2138739.0
6) 2170739.5
7) 38277.0
TOTAL54894100.0
210) Civil Liberties Index (Freedom House) (1=Highest amount of freedom; 7=Least amount of freedom) (MFHCL)
TOTAL%
3) 13462.5
4) 835715.2
5) 2556946.6
6) 1812033.0
7) 15022.7
TOTAL54894100.0
211) Freedom House Index (Democratic Status) (MSTATUS)
TOTAL%
1) Not free2988454.4
2) Partly free2471045.0
3) Free3000.5
TOTAL54894100.0
212) Corruption Perception Index (CPI): CPI Score relates to perceptions of the degree of corruption as seen by business people and country analysts, and ranges between 10 (highly clean) and 0 (highly corrupt). A score of 5.0 is the number Transparency International considers the borderline figure distinguishing countries that do and do not have a serious corruption problem. (MCORR)
TOTAL%
1.9) 27016.0
2.1) 23255.2
2.5) 7171.6
2.6) 27106.1
2.7) 14463.2
2.76666666666667) 30516.8
2.9) 26676.0
3) 25155.6
3.1) 13002.9
3.2) 36428.1
3.5) 12002.7
3.6) 760717.0
3.7) 22645.1
4.06666666666667) 13463.0
4.5) 15023.4
4.56666666666667) 10002.2
4.7) 19504.4
4.9) 12232.7
5.06666666666667) 14033.1
5.26666666666667) 11432.6
7.7) 10602.4
Missing10122 
TOTAL44772100.0
213) Year of independence (MYINDEP)
TOTAL%
1922) 634314.0
1923) 595313.1
1932) 652814.4
1943) 11952.6
1946) 553312.2
1956) 582412.9
1961) 10502.3
1962) 40288.9
1971) 14963.3
1979) 519911.5
1990) 21574.8
Missing9588 
TOTAL45306100.0
214) Colonial Heritage (MCOLHER)
TOTAL%
0) No colonial heritage1265423.1
1) Colonial heritage4224076.9
TOTAL54894100.0
215) Years of Colonial Heritage (MCOLHERY)
TOTAL%
0) 1265423.2
12) 50269.2
23) 11952.2
27) 553310.2
48) 21574.0
54) 634311.6
62) 7501.4
67) 3000.6
85) 958817.6
96) 688412.6
132) 40287.4
Missing436 
TOTAL54458100.0
216) British colonial power (MCOLPOW)
TOTAL%
0) Other/None (Spain/France)2370143.2
1) British3119356.8
TOTAL54894100.0
217) Population (in millions) (MPOP)
TOTAL%
.73) 4360.8
1.409) 10601.9
1.96) 3000.5
2.39996296296296) 23684.3
2.54) 7501.4
2.82) 12002.2
3.23) 13202.4
3.58) 12702.3
3.84) 34306.2
4.09996296296296) 11952.2
4.92) 12232.2
5.16) 10001.8
5.57) 11432.1
5.71996296296296) 12002.2
5.91) 9671.8
21.731962962963) 14402.6
22.05) 15022.7
22.379962962963) 7171.3
27.14) 23254.2
28.8) 27014.9
28.829962962963) 22644.1
30.143) 10832.0
30.5) 12772.3
31.289962962963) 12002.2
31.41) 12822.3
32.365962962963) 14462.6
33.35) 13002.4
52.78) 2920.5
63.939962962963) 25324.6
67.76) 30005.5
68.53) 46078.4
69.09) 26674.9
73.89) 13462.5
78.87) 30515.6
TOTAL54894100.0
218) Population age 0-14 (percent of total) (MPOPYNG)
TOTAL%
16.025962962963) 10601.9
23.8) 7501.4
24.699962962963) 4360.8
25.8) 11952.2
27) 13462.5
29) 39677.2
30) 708412.9
30.3) 10832.0
30.399962962963) 14462.6
31.399962962963) 30515.6
33) 22644.1
33.5) 12822.3
35) 553210.1
36) 21673.9
37) 14432.6
38) 10001.8
38.2) 15022.7
40) 12232.2
41) 2920.5
41.5) 50269.2
45) 558710.2
46) 49589.0
47) 12002.2
TOTAL54894100.0
219) The Human Development Index (HDI): A composite index based on the weighted average of three indices: educational attainment index measuring a combination of the adult literacy rate (two-thirds weight) and the combined gross primary, secondary and tertiary enrolment ratio (one-third weight); life expectancy index measuring life expectancy at birth; and adjusted Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita (PPP $) index measuring the standard of living. Ratings for the HDI are the following: Values between 0.1 0.499 imply low human development Values between 0.5 0.799 imply medium human development Values between 0.8 0.999 imply high human development (MHDI)
TOTAL%
.556) 27015.3
.56) 23254.5
.567) 14402.8
.58) 32736.4
.646) 10832.1
.65) 42778.3
.654) 12002.3
.703) 30515.9
.704) 12822.5
.72) 25324.9
.728) 14462.8
.729) 13202.6
.731) 12702.5
.74) 34306.7
.748) 13002.5
.75) 12232.4
.753) 10001.9
.759) 26675.2
.76) 46079.0
.769) 11432.2
.77) 21674.2
.772) 15022.9
.78) 3000.6
.8) 11952.3
.803) 10602.1
.81) 13462.6
.891) 7501.5
.9) 4360.8
Missing3568 
TOTAL51326100.0
220) Life expectancy (in years) (MLIFE)
TOTAL%
59) 27014.9
60) 2920.5
62) 14402.6
62.52) 7171.3
68.0988888888889) 22644.1
68.2988888888889) 53259.7
69) 25324.6
69.5) 12822.3
69.9) 30515.6
70) 23684.3
70.0988888888889) 46078.4
70.2) 26674.9
70.4) 10832.0
70.5988888888889) 12232.2
71) 24774.5
71.2988888888889) 10001.8
71.4) 14462.6
71.9) 11952.2
72) 38467.0
72.2) 26454.8
72.4) 21673.9
72.5) 13202.4
73) 34306.2
73.0988888888889) 12702.3
74) 3000.5
75.5988888888889) 4360.8
76) 10601.9
77.2988888888889) 7501.4
TOTAL54894100.0
221) Percentage of urban population (MURBAN)
TOTAL%
28) 14402.6
30) 7171.3
43) 605111.0
44) 2920.5
54) 22644.1
55) 23604.3
56) 12002.2
61) 12822.3
63) 27465.0
64) 25324.6
65) 46078.4
67) 769314.0
68) 13462.5
70) 23684.3
71) 12002.2
71.0988888888889) 13202.4
72) 47008.6
78) 21673.9
81) 27255.0
82) 10001.8
83) 11432.1
87) 11952.2
88.5) 4360.8
95.7188888888889) 10601.9
98) 10501.9
TOTAL54894100.0
222) Percentage of unemployment (percent of total labor force) (Persons age 15 years and older usually) (MUNEMP)
TOTAL%
1.5) 7501.4
2) 3000.5
4.56666666666667) 15022.7
5.56666666666667) 10601.9
7) 2920.5
8.4) 46078.4
8.66666666666667) 30515.6
9.16666666666667) 41957.6
9.5) 12002.2
9.66666666666667) 12772.3
9.9) 13462.5
11) 37506.8
11.8) 12002.2
12.5) 22644.1
12.5666666666667) 25324.6
13) 9671.8
13.9) 23434.3
15) 11532.1
15.4) 10001.8
15.8) 12232.2
16) 14402.6
20.1) 14462.6
22) 34306.2
23) 13002.4
24) 23684.3
25.3) 12702.3
25.3666666666667) 13202.4
25.6666666666667) 12822.3
26.8) 23254.2
27) 27014.9
TOTAL54894100.0
223) Percentage of women in the labor force (percent of total labor force) (MWOMWORK)
TOTAL%
12) 10601.9
13.1188888888889) 12002.2
13.21) 12702.3
13.3488888888889) 38707.0
13.47) 13202.4
16) 50269.2
17) 559710.2
21) 4360.8
22) 3000.5
22.05) 30005.5
22.9288888888889) 12232.2
24) 2920.5
24.0588888888889) 10001.8
24.19) 22644.1
25) 42517.7
25.14) 7501.4
25.44) 11432.1
26.0188888888889) 10832.0
26.05) 12772.3
27) 848515.5
28.19) 21573.9
28.89) 12822.3
29) 26674.9
30.03) 14462.6
30.96) 13002.4
30.98) 11952.2
TOTAL54894100.0
224) GDP per capita at current prices-U.S. dollars (MGDPCAP)
TOTAL%
596) 2920.5
611) 23254.2
715) 27014.9
984) 14402.6
1111) 7171.3
1117) 13202.4
1230) 23684.3
1261) 12702.3
1293) 22644.1
1320) 30005.5
1376) 12002.2
1485) 34306.2
1539) 25324.6
1813) 12822.3
1825) 12232.2
1944) 10001.8
1952) 10832.0
2031) 30515.6
2128) 12772.3
2409) 12002.2
2582) 11432.1
2637) 14462.6
2744) 26674.9
2863) 12002.2
2906) 46078.4
3466) 9671.8
3517) 13002.4
5926) 11952.2
9003) 13462.5
9538) 15022.7
14155) 3000.5
28240) 4360.8
29925) 7501.4
88990) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
225) GNI per capita, atlas method (current U.S. dollars) (MGNI)
TOTAL%
770) 14403.2
810) 2920.6
870) 7171.6
1110) 13202.9
1290) 12702.8
1350) 22645.0
1480) 30006.6
1510) 23685.2
1580) 30516.7
1670) 25325.6
1750) 12822.8
1780) 12002.6
1850) 12232.7
2000) 10832.4
2010) 10002.2
2170) 12772.8
2290) 26465.8
2570) 26675.9
2650) 11432.5
2840) 21674.8
3110) 13002.9
3250) 460710.2
5800) 11952.6
8030) 13463.0
9400) 15023.3
14890) 3000.7
17390) 4361.0
31730) 7501.7
Missing9516 
TOTAL45378100.0
226) GDP at constant (1990) prices-U.S. dollars (in millions) (MGDP)
TOTAL%
4017.8) 47009.2
4074.84) 13202.6
4413.71) 12002.4
6536.52888888889) 11952.3
6706.76) 12232.4
7391.22) 10002.0
8662.80888888889) 14402.8
8930.04888888889) 7171.4
9133.35) 11432.2
9663.09) 12002.4
11014.67) 4360.9
11753.26) 23254.6
16947.4088888889) 27015.3
32833) 10602.1
38293.87) 22644.4
43353.37) 7501.5
44231.0688888889) 10832.1
47750.12) 12772.5
48800.62) 12002.4
64801.1988888889) 30005.9
78562.35) 12822.5
88350.2588888889) 14462.8
89889.8) 30516.0
94893.5) 13002.6
132593.828888889) 25325.0
165268.29) 15022.9
172195.018888889) 26675.2
198102.5) 46079.0
294984.26) 13462.6
Missing3927 
TOTAL50967100.0
227) Ethnic fractionalization (0= Low ethnic fractionalization; 1= High ethnic fractionalization) (MFRACETH)
TOTAL%
.131398765432099) 11952.6
.18) 15023.3
.1836) 634314.0
.32) 811017.9
.3394) 40288.9
.3689) 502611.1
.4841) 582412.9
.5) 4361.0
.592) 9672.1
.5926) 456610.1
.6604) 10502.3
.6684) 519911.5
.746) 10602.3
Missing9588 
TOTAL45306100.0
228) Linguistic fractionalization (0= Low linguistic fractionalization; 1= High linguistic fractionalization) (MFRACLAN)
TOTAL%
2.36987654320988E-02) 634311.6
.0396) 553310.1
9.48987654320988E-02) 15022.7
.1312) 11952.2
.15) 958817.5
.2216) 811014.8
.3444) 10501.9
.3694) 50269.2
.43) 4360.8
.4427) 40287.3
.4683) 582410.6
.48) 10601.9
.7462) 51999.5
TOTAL54894100.0
229) Religious fractionalization (0= Low religious fractionalization; 1= High religious fractionalization) (MFRACREL)
TOTAL%
.0035) 582410.6
4.89876543209877E-03) 811014.8
9.09876543209876E-03) 40287.3
6.58987654320988E-02) 45668.3
6.59987654320988E-02) 9671.8
9.49987654320988E-02) 10601.9
.1152) 51999.5
.127) 15022.7
.1979) 634311.6
.34) 958817.5
.4844) 50269.2
.55) 4360.8
.6745) 10501.9
.7886) 11952.2
TOTAL54894100.0
230) Percent of non-Muslim population (MNONMUSL)
TOTAL%
0) 15022.7
.2) 595310.8
1) 618511.3
1.3) 582410.6
2) 51999.5
3) 50269.2
5.5) 553310.1
10) 634311.6
12.5) 958817.5
15) 10501.9
18.8) 4360.8
22.5) 10601.9
40.2666666666667) 11952.2
TOTAL54894100.0
231) Area in squared kilometers (MAREA)
TOTAL%
750) 4360.8
6020) 958817.5
10452) 11952.2
11586) 10601.9
17818) 10501.9
89342) 553310.1
438317) 50269.2
446550) 582410.6
527968) 21573.9
783562) 595310.8
1002000) 634311.6
1628750) 51999.5
2149690) 15022.7
2381741) 40287.3
TOTAL54894100.0
232) Gini Index (1= Absolute equality; 100= Absolute inequality) (MGINI)
TOTAL%
30) 10502.3
32) 15023.3
33.3666666666667) 21574.8
34.3666666666667) 634314.0
35.2666666666667) 40288.9
36) 4361.0
36.3666666666667) 12232.7
38.2666666666667) 519911.5
38.7666666666667) 43109.5
39.5) 582412.9
41.1) 10602.3
41.5) 460710.2
42) 502611.1
43.6) 13463.0
45) 11952.6
Missing9588 
TOTAL45306100.0
233) Literacy rate, adult total (percent of people 15+) (LITADULT)
TOTAL%
47.1) 2920.6
49.78) 22644.8
52.299962962963) 10832.3
54.7) 12772.7
55.6) 42009.0
57.299962962963) 14403.1
59) 7171.5
60.1) 14463.1
66.4) 30516.5
68.859962962963) 12822.7
74.099962962963) 502610.8
74.599962962963) 13002.8
76.03) 25325.4
76.7) 3000.6
79.4) 15023.2
82.4) 26675.7
88.799962962963) 4360.9
89) 13462.9
89.599962962963) 11952.6
89.9) 10002.1
90.34) 12232.6
91.099962962963) 21674.6
91.9) 13202.8
92.7) 11432.4
93) 12702.7
93.082962962963) 10602.3
93.299962962963) 7501.6
93.799962962963) 34307.3
Missing8175 
TOTAL46719100.0
234) Literacy rate, adult female (percent of all females people 15+) (MLITFEM)
TOTAL%
6.2) 14464.3
38.6) 14404.3
39.6) 10833.2
40) 7172.1
42.2) 12773.8
43) 12003.6
56.299962962963) 13003.9
59.7) 30519.1
60) 12823.8
64.2) 502615.0
69.299962962963) 15024.5
81) 13464.0
84.7) 10003.0
86) 16314.9
87.4) 13203.9
87.9) 12703.8
88.799962962963) 23437.0
90) 343010.2
90.436) 10603.2
91) 7502.2
Missing21420 
TOTAL33474100.0
235) Percentage of women in the Lower House of parliament (MWOMPAR)
TOTAL%
0) 33127.4
.3) 21574.8
.6) 22645.1
1.3) 12232.7
2) 30516.8
2.36666666666667) 30006.7
2.5) 4361.0
3.36666666666667) 25325.7
4.06666666666667) 26676.0
4.2) 460710.3
4.7) 11952.7
5.5) 21434.8
6.2) 40289.0
6.4) 21674.8
7.56666666666667) 23255.2
9.06666666666667) 13463.0
10.5) 12002.7
10.8) 23605.3
25.5) 27016.0
Missing10180 
TOTAL44714100.0
236) Government Regulation of Religion Index (10 = High government regulation of religion; 0= Low government regulation of religion) Based on coding from Grim and Finke (2003) which in turn is based on the 2003 U.S. State Department's International Religious Freedom Reports (MGRI2003)
TOTAL%
2.22) 958817.5
3.89) 595310.8
4.71996296296296) 701912.8
6.11) 21573.9
6.94) 40287.3
7.30996296296296) 50269.2
7.78) 1856133.8
9.445) 10601.9
10) 15022.7
TOTAL54894100.0
237) How is freedom of religion described? Based on coding from Grim and Finke (2003) which in turn is based on the 2003 US State Department's International Religious Freedom Reports (MFREEIR)
TOTAL%
1) Law provides and government respects but problems exist2256041.1
2) Limited and/or rights not protected3083256.2
3) Does not exist15022.7
TOTAL54894100.0
238) Does the government generally respect the right to freedom of religion in practice? Based on coding from Grim and Finke (2003) which in turn is based on the 2003 US State Department's International Religious Freedom Reports (MGVRSPIR)
TOTAL%
0) Yes958817.5
1) Yes, but exceptions or restrictions are mentioned1915734.9
2) The phrase generally respects is not used2614947.6
TOTAL54894100.0
239) Government Funding of Religion Index (0 = low funding; 12 = high funding for schools, buildings, clergy, media, etc.) Based on coding from Grim and Finke (2003) which in turn is based on the 2003 U.S. State Department's International Religious Freedom Reports (MFUNDEXS)
TOTAL%
0) 21573.9
2) 22454.1
4) 701312.8
6) 2094538.2
8) 2253441.1
TOTAL54894100.0
240) Percent revenue from agriculture (MREVAGR)
TOTAL%
.3) 7501.5
2.36666666666667) 553311.2
5.06666666666667) 15023.1
6.5) 11952.4
9.4) 40288.2
10.0666666666667) 602012.2
11.6666666666667) 595312.1
13.4) 21574.4
15.8) 582411.8
16.8) 605112.3
17.6666666666667) 519910.6
30) 502610.2
Missing5656 
TOTAL49238100.0
241) Gross education enrollment rate (percent), secondary (MSECEDUC)
TOTAL%
42.95) 22644.4
45) 50269.8
46) 21574.2
49) 10832.1
52) 12772.5
56) 12002.3
70) 2920.6
71) 23684.6
75) 12822.5
76) 46078.9
77.29) 25324.9
79) 13462.6
80) 12002.3
81) 530810.3
83) 13002.5
85.2) 30005.8
86.54) 12232.4
89) 606611.8
90) 15022.9
92) 34306.7
93.245) 10602.1
94) 12702.5
95) 7501.5
Missing3351 
TOTAL51543100.0
242) Gross education enrollment rate, secondary, females (percent gross) (MSECEDFM)
TOTAL%
30) 21574.2
35) 22644.4
36) 50269.8
45) 35606.9
66) 46079.0
71) 37147.2
76) 25324.9
77) 12822.5
78) 26675.2
82) 12002.3
84) 44468.7
86) 39977.8
90) 43108.4
91) 12232.4
92) 13202.6
95) 34306.7
97) 12702.5
98) 7501.5
99) 4360.9
106) 10602.1
Missing3643 
TOTAL51251100.0
243) Natural resource exports as a percentage of GDP (MEXPORTS)
TOTAL%
0) 1078319.6
.200653949) 46078.4
.25057856) 13462.5
.263020005) 10832.0
.315426717) 12232.2
.326445283) 11432.1
.343610339) 10001.8
.470248838) 22644.1
.595022484) 12772.3
.775141621) 12002.2
1.357307955) 12002.2
7.310139942) 30005.5
8.215260295) 9671.8
10.92108852) 2920.5
23.9281946099999) 30515.6
24.3230496) 12822.3
28.6014428199999) 10601.9
32.07860968) 14462.6
32.75960855) 7171.3
38.56673329) 14402.6
39.05692581) 25324.6
40.8324532099999) 4360.8
40.83676193) 13002.4
42.52485926) 15022.7
49.04692506) 26674.9
61.51827635) 7501.4
64.56351845) 3000.5
93.36552491) 27014.9
97.19885207) 23254.2
TOTAL54894100.0
244) Natural resources per capita (MNATRES)
TOTAL%
0) 1078319.6
5.134150506) 10832.0
5.756537593) 12232.2
5.83100376899995) 46078.4
6.08031746999995) 22644.1
6.67978498899995) 10001.8
8.42881720799995) 11432.1
12.6620784499999) 12772.3
22.19230462) 12002.2
22.55958776) 13462.5
32.69754863) 12002.2
65.0896876) 2920.5
96.49384723) 30005.5
284.7409218) 9671.8
363.959251) 7171.3
379.4966555) 14402.6
440.9768893) 12822.3
485.9816326) 30515.6
593.8849862) 23254.2
601.0860881) 25324.6
667.5635031) 27014.9
845.9129372) 14462.6
1345.847624) 26674.9
1436.228917) 13002.4
4056.0210766) 15022.7
9138.966036) 3000.5
11531.08479) 4360.8
18409.3442) 7501.4
25452.42397) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
245) Freedom House Political Rights Index 5-year lag (1=Highest amount of freedom; 7=Least amount of freedom) (MFHPR5)
TOTAL%
3) 13462.5
4) 817214.9
5) 1559028.4
6) 2325842.4
7) 652811.9
TOTAL54894100.0
246) Freedom House Civil Liberties Index 5-year lag (1=Highest amount of freedom; 7=Least amount of freedom) (MFHCL5)
TOTAL%
4) 644411.7
5) 1956235.6
6) 1982836.1
7) 906016.5
TOTAL54894100.0
247) Freedom House Democratic Status Index 5-year lag (MSTATUS5)
TOTAL%
1) Not free3580665.2
2) Partly free1908834.8
TOTAL54894100.0
248) Corruption Index 5-year lag (MCORR5)
TOTAL%
2) 12004.6
2.6) 7172.7
3) 462517.6
3.2) 264610.1
3.29888888888889) 305111.6
3.54) 460717.6
3.7) 12774.9
4.4) 10003.8
4.59888888888889) 9673.7
4.7) 10834.1
4.88888888888889) 12234.7
4.9) 11434.4
5.7) 12004.6
5.79888888888889) 4361.7
5.9) 10604.0
Missing28659 
TOTAL26235100.0
249) Population (in millions) 10-year lag (MPOP10)
TOTAL%
.617) 10602.0
.64) 4360.8
1.22) 3000.6
1.872) 7501.4
1.97) 12002.3
2.22) 13202.5
2.52) 12702.4
2.72) 34306.5
3.54996296296296) 12232.3
3.63) 11952.3
3.91) 10001.9
4.33) 11432.2
4.46) 12002.3
4.59996296296296) 9671.8
16.1) 14402.7
16.629962962963) 7171.4
17.5) 15022.9
20.96) 23254.4
22.32) 27015.1
24.629962962963) 22644.3
26.429962962963) 10832.1
26.539962962963) 12822.4
26.859962962963) 12772.4
27.28) 12002.3
27.769962962963) 14462.8
28.76) 13002.5
41.77) 2920.6
54.399962962963) 25324.8
56.27) 30005.7
57.259962962963) 46078.8
58.95) 26675.1
64.019962962963) 13462.6
64.12) 30515.8
Missing2368 
TOTAL52526100.0
250) Young population (percent of total population) 10-year lag (MPOPY10)
TOTAL%
25.702962962963) 10601.9
28) 4360.8
29) 7501.4
31) 11952.2
32) 13462.5
35) 46078.4
36) 12002.2
37) 54119.9
39) 35646.5
41) 660212.0
42) 575110.5
43) 37016.7
44) 23254.2
45) 25324.6
46) 38136.9
47) 699812.7
49) 21573.9
407) 14462.6
TOTAL54894100.0
251) Human Development Index 10-year lag (MHDI10)
TOTAL%
.438) 21577.2
.487) 2921.0
.549) 22647.6
.579) 300010.0
.581) 356011.9
.65) 12824.3
.654) 305110.2
.672) 27469.2
.685) 12234.1
.693) 26678.9
.71) 11433.8
.717) 13464.5
.729) 11954.0
.742) 15025.0
.763) 3001.0
.764) 10603.5
.814) 7502.5
.842) 4361.5
Missing24920 
TOTAL29974100.0
252) Life expectancy at birth (in years) 10-year lag (MLIFE10)
TOTAL%
58) 21574.6
59) 502610.6
62) 30006.3
65) 479610.1
66) 46079.7
67) 807817.1
68) 24825.2
69) 546811.5
70) 480510.1
71) 47009.9
73.2) 10602.2
75) 4360.9
76) 7501.6
Missing7529 
TOTAL47365100.0
253) Percentage of urban population 10-year lag (MURBAN10)
TOTAL%
24) 14402.6
25) 7171.3
43) 605111.0
44) 2920.5
49) 22644.1
52) 35606.5
54) 12822.3
55) 14462.6
56) 25324.6
57) 13002.4
60) 727413.3
63) 13462.5
65) 23684.3
67) 12002.2
69) 634611.6
71) 47008.6
73) 12232.2
76) 10001.8
77) 15022.7
78) 33106.0
85) 11952.2
88) 4360.8
93) 3000.5
94.9) 10601.9
98) 7501.4
TOTAL54894100.0
254) Percentage of unemployment (percent of total labor force) (Persons age 15 years and older usually) (MUNEMP10)
TOTAL%
1) 7502.4
3.9) 10603.3
7) 13464.2
8) 765824.2
9) 11953.8
10) 30009.5
14) 457314.4
17) 346410.9
20) 10003.2
23) 364211.5
24) 27168.6
25) 13004.1
Missing23190 
TOTAL31704100.0
255) Percentage of women in the labor force 10-year lag (MWWRK10)
TOTAL%
10.849962962963) 15022.9
11.949962962963) 12002.3
13.099962962963) 13202.5
13.199962962963) 34306.6
13.33) 12702.4
14.499) 10602.0
18.17) 4360.8
18.629962962963) 23254.5
18.78) 27015.2
19.14) 12232.4
20) 25324.9
20.21) 7501.4
20.379962962963) 10001.9
21.079962962963) 30515.9
21.809962962963) 11432.2
22.219962962963) 21674.2
23.289962962963) 30005.8
23.519962962963) 12822.5
24.129962962963) 22644.4
24.489962962963) 14462.8
25) 26675.1
25.1) 23604.5
25.46) 13002.5
26.039962962963) 12002.3
26.769962962963) 7171.4
26.78) 14402.8
27) 13462.6
28.449962962963) 11952.3
29) 46078.9
Missing2960 
TOTAL51934100.0
256) GDP per capita at current prices-U.S. dollars 10-year lag (MGDPCP10)
TOTAL%
199) 23254.2
281) 27014.9
418) 14402.6
433) 7171.3
563) 23684.3
580) 2920.5
721) 30005.5
860) 12002.2
936) 13202.4
1213) 22644.1
1218) 12232.2
1238) 12702.3
1342) 30515.6
1346) 12002.2
1348) 34306.2
1371) 23604.3
1438) 10001.8
1530) 14462.6
1557) 11432.1
1593) 25324.6
1632) 13002.4
1699) 21673.9
1760) 26674.9
1855) 12822.3
3557) 46078.4
4030) 13462.5
4301) 11952.2
7542) 15022.7
10483) 4360.8
12664) 3000.5
15394) 7501.4
28793) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
257) Gross national income per capita, atlas method (current U.S. dollars) 10-year lag (MGNI10)
TOTAL%
280) 7171.6
330) 14403.3
380) 2920.7
750) 30006.8
1090) 22645.2
1120) 35838.2
1240) 30516.9
1250) 12002.7
1270) 26676.1
1370) 10002.3
1510) 12702.9
1540) 13003.0
1560) 11432.6
1590) 21674.9
1650) 14463.3
1750) 34307.8
1940) 12822.9
2470) 25325.8
3500) 460710.5
4020) 11952.7
4250) 13463.1
8280) 15023.4
9890) 4361.0
15550) 3000.7
18290) 7501.7
Missing10974 
TOTAL43920100.0
258) GDP per capita at current prices-U.S. dollars 5-year lag (MGDPCAP5)
TOTAL%
449) 2920.5
550) 14402.6
580) 7171.3
621) 23254.2
696) 27014.9
899) 23684.3
1038) 30515.6
1117) 34306.2
1123) 12002.2
1168) 12702.3
1183) 30005.5
1284) 10832.0
1293) 12772.3
1348) 13202.4
1370) 12002.2
1497) 22644.1
1539) 26674.9
1557) 12232.2
1617) 14462.6
1649) 12822.3
1716) 10001.8
1760) 25324.6
1783) 13002.4
1805) 11432.1
1878) 12002.2
1944) 9671.8
3400) 13462.5
3918) 46078.4
4800) 11952.2
7393) 15022.7
13323) 3000.5
15787) 4360.8
16926) 7501.4
47957) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
259) Gross national income per capita, atlas method (current US dollars) 5-year lag (MGNI5)
TOTAL%
440) 14403.2
470) 7171.6
550) 2920.6
1050) 30006.6
1110) 34307.6
1250) 12702.8
1270) 25325.6
1300) 22645.0
1330) 42519.4
1340) 10832.4
1350) 12772.8
1530) 12822.8
1560) 26695.9
1650) 10002.2
1670) 26675.9
1680) 13002.9
1750) 13202.9
1850) 11432.5
1890) 12002.7
2010) 9672.1
3250) 13463.0
3900) 460710.2
4430) 11952.6
8030) 15023.3
14670) 4361.0
16790) 7501.7
17600) 3000.7
Missing9654 
TOTAL45240100.0
260) Literacy rate, adult total (percent of people 15+) 10-year lag (MLITAD10)
TOTAL%
43.92) 7172.7
43.9388888888889) 10834.0
45.95) 12004.5
61.5788888888889) 13004.9
66) 25329.5
71) 15025.6
74) 266710.0
78) 7502.8
79) 460717.2
83.15) 13465.0
84.2) 10604.0
86) 470017.6
87.8488888888889) 23438.8
89.1888888888889) 9673.6
Missing28120 
TOTAL26774100.0
261) Literacy rate, adult female (percent of all females people 15+) 10 year lag (MLITFM10)
TOTAL%
17) 21578.8
29) 10834.4
44) 305112.4
56) 253210.3
57) 15026.1
66) 266710.9
69) 460718.8
80) 470019.1
80.888962962963) 10604.3
84) 4361.8
740) 7503.1
Missing30349 
TOTAL24545100.0
262) Women in parliament 10-year lag (MWMPAR10)
TOTAL%
0) 595221.2
.6) 356012.7
.7) 7172.6
1) 460716.4
1.3) 21437.6
2) 305110.9
2.26666666666667) 11954.3
2.36666666666667) 13464.8
6.4) 27019.6
6.56666666666667) 27469.8
Missing26876 
TOTAL28018100.0
263) Gross education enrollment rate, secondary (percent gross) 10-year lag (MSECED10)
TOTAL%
36) 22644.6
38.509962962963) 10832.2
39.03) 24775.0
41.09) 502610.2
41.909962962963) 7171.5
48) 46079.3
56) 25325.1
56.329962962963) 12002.4
57.88) 15023.0
60) 40288.2
60.32) 13462.7
69) 26675.4
71) 559011.3
77.95) 11952.4
80) 34307.0
82) 22234.5
83.239962962963) 30516.2
86) 18933.8
87.448962962963) 10602.2
89) 9672.0
95) 4360.9
Missing5600 
TOTAL49294100.0
264) Gross education enrollment rate, secondary, females, (percent gross) 10-year lag (MSECFM10)
TOTAL%
.16259131) 13462.7
22) 7171.5
30) 729014.8
32) 35607.2
37) 46079.3
46) 25325.1
51) 15023.0
53) 12822.6
56) 27465.6
63) 26675.4
71) 25905.3
77) 11952.4
79) 30516.2
82) 34307.0
83) 22234.5
86) 7501.5
87) 23434.8
89.1659999999985) 10602.2
90) 9672.0
93) 30006.1
98) 4360.9
Missing5600 
TOTAL49294100.0
265) Natural resource exports as a percentage of GDP 5-year lag (MEXPORT5)
TOTAL%
0) 1078319.6
.037415938) 22644.1
.16259131) 13462.5
.191635628) 10001.8
.196124989) 12002.2
.254524513) 46078.4
.286429611) 12232.2
.315426717) 11432.1
.343610339) 9671.8
.401964553) 12002.2
.470248838) 12772.3
.555838246) 10832.0
9.40987918299995) 30005.5
11.74502298) 30515.6
17.03693591) 14462.6
19.65590089) 12822.3
23.14779807) 25324.6
24.26721931) 15022.7
25.52411893) 2920.5
27.59927168) 13002.4
32.20611083) 14402.6
32.75960855) 7171.3
39.05692581) 26674.9
40.8324532099999) 4360.8
48.3359963899999) 10601.9
52.4945090499999) 7501.4
53.2257551) 3000.5
75.70135004) 23254.2
104.9443056) 27014.9
TOTAL54894100.0
266) Natural resources per capita 5-year lag (MNATRPC5)
TOTAL%
0) 1078319.6
.560116595) 22644.1
3.28846737599995) 10001.8
3.68322729) 12002.2
4.45970904999995) 23664.3
5.50691436999995) 12002.2
5.528104532) 13462.5
6.08031746999995) 12772.3
6.67978498899995) 9671.8
7.13696308499995) 10832.0
9.97227042299995) 46078.4
111.3188707) 30005.5
114.603294) 2920.5
121.9133386) 30515.6
177.1336095) 14402.6
181.973172) 7171.3
275.4872536) 14462.6
324.1258056) 12822.3
407.401246) 25324.6
470.1053837) 23254.2
492.0950141) 13002.4
601.0860881) 26674.9
730.4123666) 27014.9
1794.075523) 15022.7
4187.036742) 4360.8
7091.267351) 3000.5
8885.220601) 7501.4
23180.49379) 10601.9
TOTAL54894100.0
267) Natural resource exports as a percentage of GDP 10-year lag (MEXPRT10)
TOTAL%
0) 1078320.5
.037415938) 12772.4
6.25093299999492E-02) 10832.1
.167348387) 12232.3
.172015434) 10001.9
.191635628) 9671.8
.225537027) 13462.6
.265459439) 12002.3
.286429611) 11432.2
.354011676) 12002.3
.359231034) 46078.8
.429832836) 22644.3
4.228734794) 30515.8
14.43375558) 12822.4
14.52945834) 14462.8
15.45104272) 30005.7
15.56007845) 4360.8
15.58293468) 2920.6
20.19705416) 25324.8
20.26644636) 13002.5
23.14779807) 26675.1
29.01556971) 7171.4
33.84857435) 3000.6
35.56838917) 15022.9
35.8380438299999) 14402.7
42.7815347299999) 7501.4
44.6724430299999) 10602.0
75.2249023) 27015.1
Missing2325 
TOTAL52569100.0
268) Natural resources per capita 10-year lag (MNTRS10)
TOTAL%
0) 1078320.5
.512972513) 12772.4
.857002915) 10832.1
2.0383033483) 12232.3
2.473581938) 10001.9
3.255889319) 9671.8
4.45970905) 11432.2
4.510155876) 12002.3
4.764997163) 12002.3
5.213872303) 22644.3
9.089142177) 13462.6
12.77784787) 46078.8
56.74962093) 30515.8
90.38102114) 2920.6
111.402018) 30005.7
125.6374169) 7171.4
149.8030232) 14402.7
211.3819755) 27015.1
222.3007127) 14462.8
267.746166) 12822.4
321.7390727) 25324.8
330.7484046) 13002.5
407.401246) 26675.1
1631.163024) 4360.8
2682.567911) 15022.9
4286.583456) 3000.6
6585.789456) 7501.4
12862.53652) 10602.0
Missing2325 
TOTAL52569100.0
269) I-AGE: Age (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-24 years old1191523.1
2) 25-34 years old1489428.9
3) 35-44 years old1159922.5
4) 45-54 years old708713.8
5) 55-64 years old37677.3
6) 65+ years old22584.4
Missing3374 
TOTAL51520100.0
270) I-EDUC: Level of education (not original codes--recoded by the ARDA) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Illiterate969417.8
2) Elementary and primary (includes elementary school so goes from first grade to eighth grade)1522328.0
3) Secondary1468727.0
4) BA (completion of college degree)1184221.8
5) MA or higher29105.4
Missing538 
TOTAL54356100.0
271) I-INCOME: Monthly individual income (by quintiles) (for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) First quintile594712.4
2) Second quintile847817.7
3) Third quintile805116.8
4) Fourth quintile1097622.9
5) Fifth quintile1440130.1
Missing7041 
TOTAL47853100.0
272) I-RELIGION: Respondent's religion (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Muslim5203797.1
2) Christian14312.7
3) Jew870.2
4) Other560.1
Missing1283 
TOTAL53611100.0
273) I-SEX: Sex of respondent (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male2712249.5
2) Female2770550.5
Missing67 
TOTAL54827100.0