Houston Area Survey, 2010

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) How old were you on your last birthday? (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75049.12819
2) IF R IS ANGLO OR ASIAN (ETHGROUP): Using a 10-point scale, where 10 means "excellent" and 1 means "very poor," how would you rate the relations between Anglos and Asians in the Houston area? (ANASRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK379.1
1) Very poor10.2
2) 220.5
3) 341.0
4) 471.7
5) 54410.8
6) 6297.1
7) 75212.7
8) 810626.0
9) 96315.4
10) Excellent6315.4
Missing342 
TOTAL408100.0
3) IF R IS ANGLO OR BLACK (ETHGROUP): Using a 10-point scale, where "10" means "excellent," and "1" means "very poor," how would you rate the relations that generally exist between Anglos and blacks in the Houston area? (ANBKRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK336.0
1) Very poor91.6
2) 250.9
3) 3112.0
4) 4285.1
5) 511721.4
6) 69317.0
7) 710218.7
8) 88715.9
9) 9203.7
10) Excellent417.5
Missing204 
TOTAL546100.0
4) IF R IS ANGLO OR HISPANIC: Using a 10-point scale, where 10 means "excellent" and 1 means "very poor," how would you rate the relations between Anglos and Hispanics in the Houston area? (ANHSRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK295.8
1) Very poor81.6
2) 291.8
3) 3153.0
4) 4357.0
5) 510420.9
6) 65611.2
7) 78316.7
8) 88917.9
9) 9326.4
10) Excellent387.6
Missing252 
TOTAL498100.0
5) How would you rate the control of air pollution, in terms of living in the Houston area? Would you say: excellent, good, fair, or poor? (BADAIR)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK212.8
1) Poor26134.8
2) Fair29639.5
3) Good15921.2
4) Excellent131.7
TOTAL750100.0
6) Which one of these three statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible? (BIBLE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK668.8
1) The Bible is the actual word of God, and it should be taken literally, word for word26435.2
2) The Bible is the inspired word of God, but it was written by men and contains some human errors35947.9
3) The Bible is an ancient book of history and legends; God had nothing to do with it618.1
TOTAL750100.0
7) What would you say is the biggest problem facing people in the Houston area today? (BIGPROB1)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/FK415.5
1) Traffic congestion18724.9
2) Intergroup conflicts among area residents293.9
3) Economy28337.7
4) Crime13317.7
5) Public health172.3
6) Schools/Children141.9
7) Social issues10.1
8) Taxes/Pollution395.2
9) Other concerns60.8
TOTAL750100.0
8) What would you say is the biggest problem facing people in the Houston area today? (BIGPROB2)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK415.5
1) Traffic congestion (too many cars on the streets)15220.3
2) Inadequate mass transit, too few alternatives to private cars293.9
3) Street repairs, road closings60.8
4) Immigration: too many aliens (legal or illegal)212.8
5) Ethnic relations, intergroup conflicts among area residents81.1
6) Economy, jobs, poverty28337.7
7) Crime, safety, drugs13317.7
8) Public health, access to care152.0
9) Specific health problems20.3
10) Public education, libraries131.7
11) Public education10.1
12) Social immorality10.1
13) City services, government162.1
14) City finances, deficits10.1
15) City taxes: too high, unfair60.8
16) Pollution, air quality162.1
18) Other concerns60.8
TOTAL750100.0
9) IF R IS BLACK OR ASIAN: Using a 10-point scale, where 10 means "excellent" and 1 means "very poor," how would you rate the relations between blacks and Asians in the Houston area? (BKASRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK126.0
1) Very poor84.0
2) 242.0
3) 394.5
4) 4115.5
5) 55025.0
6) 62412.0
7) 73417.0
8) 82412.0
9) 9136.5
10) Excellent115.5
Missing550 
TOTAL200100.0
10) IF R IS BLACK OR HISPANIC: Using a 10-point scale, where 10 means "excellent" and 1 means "very poor," how would you rate the relations between blacks and Hispanics in the Houston area? (BKHSRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK124.1
1) Very poor82.8
2) 272.4
3) 362.1
4) 4186.2
5) 56020.7
6) 64314.8
7) 74816.6
8) 84214.5
9) 9217.2
10) Excellent258.6
Missing460 
TOTAL290100.0
11) Overall, do you feel that the problems facing black Americans today are [rotate]: mainly the result of attitudes and inequalities in the larger society; or: mainly the result of problems within the black community itself? (BLKPROBS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK395.2
1) Attitudes & inequalities in society14619.5
2) Both are equally important (Vol.)34746.3
3) Problems within the black community21829.1
TOTAL750100.0
12) IF R HAS A CHILD LIVING AT HOME (CHLDHOME): How serious a problem has buying the groceries you need to feed your family been for you personally during the past year? Has that been a very serious problem, somewhat serious, or not much of a problem for you as a parent during the past year? (BUYFOOD)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK71.5
1) Not much of a problem36378.7
2) Somewhat5612.1
3) Very serious357.6
Missing289 
TOTAL461100.0
13) IF "YES" (SELFBORN) OR "YES" (CITIZEN): Right now, are you registered so that you can vote in the Presidential election this November if you want to? (CANVOTE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK50.7
0) No355.0
2) Yes66594.3
Missing45 
TOTAL705100.0
14) During the past twelve months, did you personally contribute any of your time to a volunteer activity? (CHARITY3)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK10.1
0) No31041.3
1) Yes43958.5
TOTAL750100.0
15) IF "YES" (NCHLDN): How many of them are living at home? (CHLDHOME)
TOTAL%
0) No children46461.9
1) 112817.1
2) 29412.5
3) 3486.4
4) 460.8
5) 550.7
6) 630.4
7) 710.1
8) 8 or more10.1
TOTAL750100.0
16) Where did you live when you were growing up (i.e., when you were 16 years old)? IF R SAYS, "MEXICO": Which state is that? (CHLDPLA2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75061.69787
17) In the past thirty days, did you attend a religious service, other than a wedding or funeral? (CHURCH1)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK111.5
0) No27136.1
1) Yes46862.4
TOTAL750100.0
18) IF NOT BORN IN U.S.: Are you an American citizen? (CITIZEN)
TOTAL%
0) No4141.0
1) Yes5959.0
Missing650 
TOTAL100100.0
19) How worried are you personally that you or a member of your family will become the victim of a crime? Would you say you are: very worried, somewhat worried, not very worried, or not worried at all? (CRIMFEAR)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK40.5
1) Not worried at all7710.3
2) Not very worried17222.9
3) Somewhat worried33244.3
4) Very worried16522.0
TOTAL750100.0
20) As a national program, do you think we're now spending too little, too much, or about the right amount of money on the military, armaments, and defense? (DEFENSE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK385.1
1) Too little30240.3
2) About right24032.0
3) Too much17022.7
TOTAL750100.0
21) IF "PROTESTANT" (RELIG1): What specific denomination is that, if any? (DENOM5)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK82.2
1) Baptist12835.9
2) Church of Christ, Evangelical113.1
3) Assembly of God, Pentecostal61.7
4) Christian, non-denominational10529.4
5) Lutheran164.5
6) Methodist4211.8
7) Presbyterian, Episcopalian318.7
8) Other denomination41.1
9) None61.7
Missing393 
TOTAL357100.0
22) For/Against: What about a law that would deny health and welfare services to illegal immigrants in Texas? (DENYHELP)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK516.8
0) Against34245.6
1) For35747.6
TOTAL750100.0
23) What is the highest grade of school or year of college that you've completed? (EDUC)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK60.8
1) 9th grade or less172.3
2) 10th or 11th grade192.5
3) 12th grade15220.3
4) 1 year of college689.1
5) 2 or 3 years of college16722.3
6) Bachelor's degree (BA, BS)19025.3
7) Some graduate level work273.6
8) Master's degree (MA, MS, MBA, MEd, MSW)8411.2
9) Professional degree (PhD, JD, MD, DDS)202.7
TOTAL750100.0
24) Agree/Disagree: There are enough good jobs for all welfare recipients who really want to work. (ENUFJOBS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK567.5
0) Disagree37249.6
1) Agree32242.9
TOTAL750100.0
25) As a national program, do you think we're now spending too little, too much, or about the right amount of money on improving and protecting the environment? (ENVMT)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK253.3
1) Too little35747.6
2) About right29138.8
3) Too much7710.3
TOTAL750100.0
26) Agree/Disagree: Blacks and other minorities have the same opportunities as whites in the U.S. today. (EQUALITY)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK182.4
0) Disagree31441.9
1) Agree41855.7
TOTAL750100.0
27) Are you Anglo, black, Hispanic, Asian, or of some other ethnic background (specify)? [If R names more than one ethnicity:] Which ethnic group do you generally identify with? (ETHGROUP)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK202.7
1) Anglos38851.7
2) Blacks17222.9
3) Hispanics12216.3
4) Asians344.5
5) Other141.9
TOTAL750100.0
28) How would you rate the relations among ethnic groups in the Houston area? Would you say: excellent, good, fair, or poor? (ETHRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK283.7
1) Poor699.2
2) Fair30740.9
3) Good31341.7
4) Excellent334.4
TOTAL750100.0
29) Do you think that the increasing ethnic diversity in Houston will eventually become [rotate]: A source of great strength for the city; or: A growing problem for the city? (ETHSOK)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK658.7
1) A growing problem16822.4
2) A source of great strength51768.9
TOTAL750100.0
30) Counting yourself, how many people in all live in your household? (FAMSIZE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK70.9
1) 114819.7
2) 222429.9
3) 312917.2
4) 410614.1
5) 58611.5
6) 6354.7
7) 7111.5
8) 8 or more40.5
TOTAL750100.0
31) Thinking about the overall standard of living that you have had or expect to have, is it higher, lower, or about the same as your parents' standard of living? (FUTURE3)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK60.8
1) Lower7910.5
2) About the same23531.3
3) Higher43057.3
TOTAL750100.0
32) How serious a problem would it be for the country if the gap between rich and poor gets significantly bigger than it is today? Would you say: (GAPGROWS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK273.6
1) Not much of a problem9813.1
2) Somewhat serious22329.7
3) Very serious40253.6
TOTAL750100.0
33) For/Against: What about homosexuals being legally permitted to adopt children? (GAYADOPT)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK628.3
0) Against30240.3
1) For38651.5
TOTAL750100.0
34) In your opinion, is homosexuality primarily a matter of personal choice; an in-born trait, or something caused by environmental factors? (GAYCAUSE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK12016.0
1) Personal choice25834.4
2) Inborn trait27636.8
3) Environmental factors9612.8
TOTAL750100.0
35) How often, in general, are gays and lesbians discriminated against in Houston? Would you say: very often, fairly often, rarely, or never? (GAYDISC)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK10914.5
1) Never364.8
2) Rarely20226.9
3) Fairly often28538.0
4) Very often11815.7
TOTAL750100.0
36) For/Against: What about allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military? (GAYSIN2)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK496.5
0) Against15320.4
1) For54873.1
TOTAL750100.0
37) Gender of the respondent, recorded by the interviewer (GENDER)
TOTAL%
0) Male34646.1
1) Female40453.9
TOTAL750100.0
38) Do you and your family currently have any health insurance? (HAVINSUR)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK20.3
0) No12316.4
1) Yes62583.3
TOTAL750100.0
39) IF R HAS LIVED IN THE HOUSTON AREA FOR THREE OR MORE YEARS (HOWLONG1, HOWLONG2): When thinking about the quality of living conditions in the Houston area over the past three or four years, do you think conditions have been getting better, getting worse, or have they stayed about the same? (HOCHANGE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK121.6
1) Getting worse20528.2
2) About the same29440.4
3) Getting better21729.8
Missing22 
TOTAL728100.0
40) How would you rate the Houston area in general as a place to live? Would you say: excellent, good, fair, or poor? (HOUSTON)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK40.5
1) Poor152.0
2) Fair11815.7
3) Good42456.5
4) Excellent18925.2
TOTAL750100.0
41) IF R IS HISPANIC OR ASIAN (ETHGROUP): Using a 10-point scale, where "10" means "excellent," and "1" means "very poor," how would you rate the relations that generally exist between Hispanics and Asians in the Houston area? (HSASRELS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK95.9
1) Very poor32.0
2) 221.3
3) 374.6
4) 432.0
5) 53623.7
6) 62013.2
7) 72516.4
8) 82516.4
9) 9117.2
10) Excellent117.2
Missing598 
TOTAL152100.0
42) Do immigrants to the U.S. generally take more from the American economy than they contribute, or do they contribute more than they take? (IMMIGBAD)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK709.3
1) Take more35347.1
2) Contribute more32743.6
TOTAL750100.0
43) Ethnicity of the interviewer (INTETH)
TOTAL%
1) Anglo30340.4
2) Black15620.8
3) Hispanic17323.1
4) Asian9312.4
5) Other253.3
TOTAL750100.0
44) If you were free to do either, would you prefer to have a job outside the home, or would you prefer to stay home full-time and take care of a house and family? (JOBFAM)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK222.9
1) Job outside home44559.3
2) Stay home full time28337.7
TOTAL750100.0
45) How would you rate job opportunities, in terms of living in the Houston area? Would you say: excellent, good, fair, or poor? (JOBOPPS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK222.9
1) Poor14919.9
2) Fair29439.2
3) Good22129.5
4) Excellent648.5
TOTAL750100.0
46) Which of these statements comes closer to your own view? We need better land-use planning to guide development in the Houston area; or: People and businesses should be free to build wherever they want. (LANDUSE2)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK435.7
1) Better land-use planning54772.9
2) People/industry free to build wherever16021.3
TOTAL750100.0
47) Where did you live just before coming to the Houston area? In what city and state, or country? IF R SAYS, "MEXICO": Which state is that? (LASTPLA2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75074.11695
48) IF R DOES NOT NAME EITHER MAJOR PARTY (PARTY): Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party or to the Democratic Party? (LEANING)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK3711.6
0) Neither6721.1
1) Republican8526.7
2) Both equally5617.6
3) Democrat7323.0
Missing432 
TOTAL318100.0
49) Agree/Disagree: We should take action to reduce the number of new immigrants coming to America. (LESIMMIG)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK334.4
0) Disagree24032.0
1) Agree47763.6
TOTAL750100.0
50) What would be more effective in reducing crime [rotate]: Spending (large sums of/the same) money to send criminals to prison and keep them there a long time; or: Spending (large sums of/the same) money to reduce poverty and to keep young people in school? (LESSCRIM)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK344.5
1) Longer prison terms12116.1
2) Reduce poverty and improve schools59579.3
TOTAL750100.0
51) Agree/Disagree: Government should take action to reduce income differences between rich and poor in America. (LESSDIFF)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK385.1
0) Disagree42056.0
1) Agree29238.9
TOTAL750100.0
52) Constructed variable, based on ZIPCODE, establishing that respondent lives in one of three locations: (1) inside Loop 610; (2) outside the Loop but within the city limits; and (3) in the suburbs of Harris County, beyond the city limits of Houston (LIVEZIPS)
TOTAL%
1) Inside loop8011.0
2) Outside loop25935.6
3) Outside city38953.4
Missing22 
TOTAL728100.0
53) Are you married, in a domestic partnership, separated, divorced, widowed, or have you never been married? (MARRIAGE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK50.7
1) Married40153.5
2) Domestic partnership70.9
3) Separated131.7
4) Divorced9913.2
5) Widowed729.6
6) Never married15320.4
TOTAL750100.0
54) IF "VERY IMPORTANT" OR "SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT" (MASSTRAN): And how important is it for that transit system to have a rail component? Would you say: very important, somewhat important, or not important? (MASSRAIL)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK111.6
1) Not important659.7
2) Somewhat important24937.2
3) Very important34451.4
Missing81 
TOTAL669100.0
55) How important for the future success of Houston do you believe is the development of a much-improved mass transit system? Would you say: very important, somewhat important, or not important? (MASSTRAN)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK212.8
1) Not important678.9
2) Somewhat important23931.9
3) Very important42356.4
TOTAL750100.0
56) For/Against: What about federal health insurance to cover the medical expenses of all Americans? (MEDINSUR)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK415.5
0) Against31642.1
1) For39352.4
TOTAL750100.0
57) For/Against: What about making marijuana legally available for medical purposes? (MEDIPOT)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK405.3
0) Against26034.7
1) For45060.0
TOTAL750100.0
58) IF A PARENT WAS NOT BORN IN THE U.S. (PARSBORN): Which country does your mother's family come from? If more than one place: Where did your mother's mother come from? IF R SAYS, "MEXICO": Which state is that? (MOMSHOME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL168251.405128
59) In today's economy, local government may be faced with the choice of either increasing taxes or reducing services. Would you personally be willing to pay higher taxes in order to maintain the current level of public services, or would you prefer to reduce the level of services in order to avoid a tax increase? If that were the only choice, which would you prefer: raise taxes or reduce services? (MORETAX3)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK9012.0
1) Reduced services32643.5
2) Raise taxes33444.5
TOTAL750100.0
60) IF R LIVES IN THE SUBURBS (WHERELIV): How interested would you be in someday moving (back) to the city? Would you say: very interested, somewhat interested, or not interested? (MOVECITY)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK30.7
1) Not very interested30169.8
2) Somewhat interested8018.6
3) Very interested4710.9
Missing319 
TOTAL431100.0
61) Do you have any children? IF "YES": How many children do you have? (NCHLDN)
TOTAL%
0) No children17222.9
1) 110614.1
2) 222429.9
3) 315921.2
4) 4466.1
5) 5212.8
6) 691.2
7) 760.8
8) 8 or more70.9
TOTAL750100.0
62) Agree/Disagree: There are very few good jobs in today's economy for people without a college education. (NEEDEDUC)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK304.0
0) Disagree21728.9
1) Agree50367.1
TOTAL750100.0
63) Computed variable combining BIBLE and RELIMP into three categories of religiosity: "fundamentalist," "religious progressive," and "secularist" (NEWRELIG)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK9913.2
1) Fundamentalist23831.7
2) Religious progressive22730.3
3) Secularist18624.8
TOTAL750100.0
64) What about the next three or four years down the road? Do you think you'll be better off, worse off, or about the same as today? (NEXT3YRS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK182.4
1) Worse off8511.3
2) About the same28738.3
3) Better off36048.0
TOTAL750100.0
65) How often do you make use of Houston's downtown restaurants or nightlife? Would you say: at least once a month, several times a year, less often than that, or never? (NITELIFE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK30.4
1) Never23631.5
2) Rarely24132.1
3) Several times a year15821.1
4) At least once a month11214.9
TOTAL750100.0
66) IF R IS WORKING FULL- OR PART-TIME (WORKING): What type of work do you do? [If more than one job:] Please describe the one at which you work the most hours. [PROBE: What is your job called? What are your main activities on the job?] (OCCUP)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK143.6
11) Legal occupations61.5
12) Architecture, computer & engineering occupations205.1
14) Healthcare and treatment professions30.8
15) College or university professors41.0
16) Other education, training and library occupations379.5
17) Community and social service occupations82.1
18) Arts, design, entertainment, sports & media71.8
19) Other independent professional occupations82.1
21) Chief executives10.3
22) Office managers10.3
24) Health and property managers10.3
26) Management related occupations174.4
27) Marketing & sales managers61.5
28) Production managers10.3
29) Other managerial occupations256.4
31) Healthcare technicians246.2
32) Information and science technicians112.8
33) Transportation technicians30.8
34) Financial services143.6
35) Office support occupations153.8
36) Communication services20.5
37) Military occupations20.5
38) Business services297.4
39) Other technical/administrative support30.8
42) Insurance sales agents71.8
43) Real estate agents and brokers51.3
44) Sales representatives225.6
45) Retail sales112.8
46) Travel agents10.3
47) Small business owner51.3
51) Building and grounds cleaning services82.1
52) Food preparation & serving occupations112.8
53) Healthcare support occupations153.8
54) Personal care & service occupations30.8
55) Protective service occupations71.8
59) Other service occupations51.3
61) Construction trades61.5
62) House repairs30.8
63) Home interiors10.3
64) Appliance, instrument repairs, maintenance20.5
66) Transportation30.8
68) Power stations, petrochemicals20.5
71) Precision machine operators10.3
73) Transport equipment operatives61.5
75) Merchandise handlers41.0
Missing360 
TOTAL390100.0
67) Agree/Disagree: It should be legal for a woman to obtain an abortion if she wants to have one for any reason. (ONDEMAND)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK283.7
0) Disagree35046.7
1) Agree37249.6
TOTAL750100.0
68) When you look ahead to the next few years, do you tend to believe that the country is headed for better times or more difficult times? (OUTLOOK)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK263.5
1) More difficult times46562.0
2) Better times25934.5
TOTAL750100.0
69) Do you own or rent the place where you live? (OWNRENT)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK70.9
1) Own58077.3
2) Rent16321.7
TOTAL750100.0
70) In general, would you say that your overall state of health these days is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (OWNSTATE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK10.1
1) Poor364.8
2) Fair13317.7
3) Good22830.4
4) Very good19425.9
5) Excellent15821.1
TOTAL750100.0
71) Were both of your parents born in the United States? (PARSBORN)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK30.4
0) No, neither of them14118.8
1) Only one of them273.6
2) Yes, both of them57977.2
TOTAL750100.0
72) What is your political preference? Would you call yourself a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or something else? (PARTY)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK445.9
1) Republican19125.5
2) Independent22129.5
3) Democrat24132.1
4) Other537.1
TOTAL750100.0
73) During the last few years, has your financial situation been getting better, getting worse, or has it stayed about the same? (PAST3YRS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK50.7
1) Worse23631.5
2) Same35847.7
3) Better15120.1
TOTAL750100.0
74) For/Against: What about using public funds to help pay for abortions for women in poverty? (PAYABORT)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK557.3
0) Against43357.7
1) For26234.9
TOTAL750100.0
75) Do you think of yourself as conservative, moderate, or liberal in your politics? IF "CONSERVATIVE" OR "LIBERAL": Do you consider yourself to be very (conservative/liberal) or only somewhat (conservative/liberal)? IF "MODERATE": Do you think of yourself as more like a conservative or more like a liberal? (POLITIC7)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK557.3
1) Very conservative13718.3
2) Somewhat conservative18124.1
3) More like a conservative12016.0
4) Neither conservative nor liberal324.3
5) More like a liberal8411.2
6) Somewhat liberal9512.7
7) Very liberal466.1
TOTAL750100.0
76) Do you think of yourself as conservative, moderate, or liberal in your politics? (POLITICS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK557.3
1) Conservative31842.4
2) Moderate23631.5
3) Liberal14118.8
TOTAL750100.0
77) As a national program, do you think we're now spending too little, too much, or about the right amount of money on improving the conditions of the poor? (POVERTY)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK344.5
1) Too little44559.3
2) About right17623.5
3) Too much9512.7
TOTAL750100.0
78) What is your religious preference, if any? (RELIG1)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK253.3
1) Protestant42156.1
2) Catholic17623.5
3) Jewish131.7
4) Other religion364.8
5) No religion7910.5
TOTAL750100.0
79) How important would you say religion is in your life? Would you say: very important, somewhat important, or not very important? (RELIMP)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK202.7
1) Not very important9012.0
2) Somewhat important14519.3
3) Very important49566.0
TOTAL750100.0
80) How would you rate public education, in terms of living in the Houston area? Would you say: excellent, good, fair, or poor? (SCHOOLS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK283.7
1) Poor15520.7
2) Fair28738.3
3) Good23030.7
4) Excellent506.7
TOTAL750100.0
81) Were you born in the United States? (SELFBORN)
TOTAL%
0) No10113.5
1) Yes64986.5
TOTAL750100.0
82) IF R IS WORKING FULL- OR PART-TIME (WORKING): Which of the following income categories includes the total salary you personally earned from all jobs during [the past year]? Please stop me when I reach the correct category. (SELFINC8)
TOTAL%
-2) Don't know133.3
-1) Refused6215.9
1) Less than $15,000328.2
2) $15,000 - $25,000359.0
3) $25,001 - $37,5004912.6
4) $37,501 - $50,0004912.6
5) $50,001 - $62,500348.7
6) $62,501 - $75,000338.5
7) $75,001 - $100,000389.8
8) More than $100,0004411.3
Missing361 
TOTAL389100.0
83) How often do you attend professional sporting events in Houston? Would you say: at least once a month, several times a year, less often than that, or never? (SPORTS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK30.4
1) Never24833.1
2) Rarely23531.3
3) Several times a year19726.3
4) At least once a month678.9
TOTAL750100.0
84) IF R IS MARRIED OR IN A DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIP (MARRIAGE): Is your (spouse/domestic partner) working full-time, part-time, going to school, managing the house, or something else? (SPOUWORK)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK92.2
1) Working full time22454.8
2) Working part time276.6
3) Laid off, unemployed133.2
4) Managing the house (not looking for work)307.3
5) In school, and working30.7
6) In school full time41.0
8) Retired, disabled9924.2
Missing341 
TOTAL409100.0
85) If cost were not a factor, would you favor or oppose building a 2,000-mile security fence along the U.S.-Mexico border, to stop all undocumented immigration? (THEFENCE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK354.7
0) Oppose25333.7
1) Favor46261.6
TOTAL750100.0
86) Large numbers of undocumented immigrants have been coming to Houston in recent years. How much of a problem do you think this is for the city? Would you say: very serious, somewhat serious, or not much of a problem? (UNDOCBAD)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK60.8
1) Not much of a problem11515.3
2) Somewhat serious23731.6
3) Very serious39252.3
TOTAL750100.0
87) Agree/Disagree: People who work hard, live by the rules are not getting fair break these days. (UNFAIR)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK324.3
0) Disagree21929.2
1) Agree49966.5
TOTAL750100.0
88) How serious a problem would you say is the "greenhouse effect," or the threat of global warming? Would you say: very serious, somewhat serious, or not very serious? (WARMING)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK314.1
1) Not very serious19025.3
2) Somewhat serious25433.9
3) Very serious27536.7
TOTAL750100.0
89) In your view, are most people who receive welfare benefits really in need of help, or are they taking advantage of the system? (WELFARE3)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK8611.5
1) Really in need25834.4
2) Taking advantage40654.1
TOTAL750100.0
90) In the abortion debate, do you consider yourself to be "pro-life" or "pro-choice"? (WHCHSIDE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF192.5
1) Pro-life32042.7
2) It depends (Vol.)719.5
3) Pro-choice34045.3
TOTAL750100.0
91) IF "YES" (CHARITY3): And did you volunteer in the past thirty days? (WHENVOL)
TOTAL%
0) No21646.2
1) Yes25253.8
Missing282 
TOTAL468100.0
92) Do you live in the city of Houston or in the suburbs? (WHERELIV)
TOTAL%
-1) Rf/dk50.7
1) City of Houston31542.0
2) Suburbs43057.3
TOTAL750100.0
93) IF R IS WORKING FULL- OR PART-TIME (WORKING): Where do you work most of the time? (WHERWORK)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK133.3
1) At home, telecommuting184.6
2) In the center city12632.3
3) Elsewhere in Harris County11329.0
4) In the Houston-Galveston area, outside Harris County7419.0
5) Outside the greater Houston area4611.8
Missing360 
TOTAL390100.0
94) What do you think should generally be the penalty for persons convicted of first-degree murder: the death penalty, life imprisonment with no chance for parole, or life imprisonment with a chance for parole after 25 years? (WHICHPEN)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK567.5
1) Death penalty29939.9
2) Life without parole30740.9
3) Chance for parole after 25 years8811.7
TOTAL750100.0
95) IF "VERY SERIOUS" OR "SOMEWHAT SERIOUS" (UNDOCBAD): Is the reason you see it as a problem based primarily on concerns about the immigrants taking American jobs; about strains on public services (such as schools and hospitals); about increases in crime; or something else? Which one is most important? (WHYIMBAD)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK213.3
1) Taking American jobs10316.1
2) Strain on public services25039.0
3) Increases in crime13521.1
4) Something else -- specify13220.6
Missing109 
TOTAL641100.0
96) Agree/Disagree: A woman with young children should not work outside home, unless financially necessary. (WOMHOME)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK273.6
0) Disagree36248.3
1) Agree36148.1
TOTAL750100.0
97) Are you working full-time, part-time, going to school, managing the house, or something else? (WORKING)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK81.1
1) Working full time30841.1
2) Working part time608.0
3) Laid off, unemployed334.4
4) Managing house (not looking for work)678.9
5) In school, and working212.8
6) In school full time304.0
7) In school part time20.3
8) Retired, disabled22129.5
TOTAL750100.0
98) IF "YES," ATTENDED RELIGIOUS SERVICES IN THE PAST 30 DAYS (CHURCH1): Though it's hard to know for sure, would you say that [R's ethnicity] make up 80 percent or more of the worship service that you normally attend? (WORSHIP1)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK286.4
0) No12628.6
1) Yes28665.0
Missing310 
TOTAL440100.0
99) IF "NO" (WORSHIP1): About what percent of the people at the service you normally attend are [R's ethnicity]? (WORSHIP2)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK2015.9
0) 010.8
1) 132.4
2) 243.2
5) 532.4
10) 1010.8
11) 1110.8
15) 1543.2
20) 2075.6
25) 2543.2
30) 3086.3
33) 3310.8
35) 3543.2
40) 4097.1
45) 4510.8
50) 503124.6
60) 60118.7
65) 6510.8
66) 6610.8
70) 7054.0
75) 7532.4
76) 7610.8
98) 9810.8
100) 10010.8
Missing624 
TOTAL126100.0
100) The year, in February and/or March, when the interviews were conducted (YEAR)
TOTAL%
29) 2010750100.0
TOTAL750100.0
101) IF "YES" (NCHLDN): How many of your children are under the age of six? (YNGCHLDN)
TOTAL%
0) None under age six66188.1
1) 1476.3
2) 2334.4
3) 381.1
8) 8 or more10.1
TOTAL750100.0
102) IF "NO" (SELFBORN): How many years have you lived in the United States? (YRSINUS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK33.0
2) 244.0
3) 344.0
4) 433.0
5) 511.0
6) 622.0
7) 744.0
8) 811.0
9) 922.0
10) 1011.0
11) 1133.0
12) 1233.0
14) 1433.0
15) 1576.9
16) 1611.0
17) 1733.0
18) 1811.0
19) 1922.0
20) 2033.0
21) 2111.0
22) 2233.0
23) 2311.0
24) 2433.0
25) 2555.0
26) 2622.0
27) 2711.0
28) 2822.0
30) 3055.0
31) 3111.0
32) 3211.0
33) 3311.0
34) 3411.0
35) 3565.9
36) 3611.0
37) 3711.0
38) 3811.0
40) 4033.0
45) 4511.0
46) 4611.0
47) 4722.0
48) 4811.0
50) 5011.0
52) 5222.0
56) 5611.0
58) 5811.0
86) 8611.0
Missing649 
TOTAL101100.0
103) For/Against: What about requiring power plants to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases, even if electricity rates will rise? (LESSCO2)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK628.3
0) Against it33244.3
1) For it35647.5
TOTAL750100.0
104) For/Against: What about granting illegal immigrants in the U.S. a path to legal citizenship, if they speak English and have no criminal record? (LEGALIZE)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK293.9
0) Against it27736.9
1) For it44459.2
TOTAL750100.0
105) For/Against: What about raising taxes to set aside and protect wetlands, forests, and prairies throughout the Houston area? (WILDNESS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK415.5
0) Against it28137.5
1) For it42857.1
TOTAL750100.0
106) Which of these would be better for the Houston area? [rotate:] Spending more taxpayer money to improve rail and buses; or: Spending more taxpayer money to expand existing highways? (STRATEG4)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK516.8
1) Spending more taxpayer money to improve rail and buses38851.7
2) Spending more taxpayer money to expand existing highways31141.5
TOTAL750100.0
107) Agree/Disagree: Strengthening pollution controls will result in too many restrictions on individuals and businesses. (ENVTREGS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK9612.8
0) Disagree35547.3
1) Agree29939.9
TOTAL750100.0
108) IF THE INTERVIEW IS IN SPANISH (LINGO1): Do you speak any English? (ANYENGL)
TOTAL%
0) No512.2
1) Yes3687.8
Missing709 
TOTAL41100.0
109) IF THE INTERVIEW IS IN ENGLISH (LINGO1): Do you speak any Spanish? (ANYSPAN)
TOTAL%
0) No47867.4
1) Yes23132.6
Missing41 
TOTAL709100.0
110) IF "YES" (ANYENGL): Would you say you speak English very well, fairly well, or only a little? (TALKENGL)
TOTAL%
1) Only a little25.6
2) Fairly well38.3
3) Very well3186.1
Missing714 
TOTAL36100.0
111) IF "YES" (ANYSPAN): Would you say you speak Spanish very well, fairly well, or only a little? (TALKSPAN)
TOTAL%
1) Only a little11348.9
2) Fairly well3916.9
3) Very well7934.2
Missing519 
TOTAL231100.0
112) Our first group is Asians. Where would you put them on the 10-point scale (where "1" means "very unfavorable feelings" and "10" means "very favorable feelings")? (RATEASNS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK344.5
1) Very unfavorable141.9
2) 250.7
3) 350.7
4) 470.9
5) 511615.5
6) 6395.2
7) 7618.1
8) 812216.3
9) 910914.5
10) Very favorable23831.7
TOTAL750100.0
113) What about Christian Fundamentalists? Where would you put them on the 10-point scale (where "1" means "very unfavorable feelings" and "10" means "very favorable feelings")? (RATEFUND)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK567.5
1) Very unfavorable385.1
2) 2243.2
3) 3435.7
4) 4567.5
5) 515720.9
6) 6415.5
7) 7516.8
8) 87910.5
9) 9547.2
10) Very favorable15120.1
TOTAL750100.0
114) What about Muslims or followers of Islam? Where would you put them on the 10-point scale (where "1" means "very unfavorable feelings" and "10" means "very favorable feelings")? (RATEISLM)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK567.5
1) Very unfavorable7910.5
2) 2537.1
3) 3608.0
4) 4486.4
5) 515520.7
6) 6466.1
7) 7476.3
8) 8699.2
9) 9415.5
10) Very favorable9612.8
TOTAL750100.0
115) What about gays and lesbians? Where would you put them on the 10-point scale (where "1" means "very unfavorable feelings" and "10" means "very favorable feelings")? (RATEGAYS)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK445.9
1) Very unfavorable618.1
2) 2283.7
3) 3405.3
4) 4445.9
5) 517222.9
6) 6334.4
7) 7678.9
8) 88010.7
9) 9486.4
10) Very favorable13317.7
TOTAL750100.0
116) During the next 20 years, Harris County will need to build new housing, shops, and workplaces for more than a million additional residents. Which would be the best way to accommodate that growth? [ROTATE:] Continue to build new suburbs on the edge of existing suburbs, or: Redevelop older urban areas to build new housing and shops where services, streets, and sewer lines already exist? (WHERDEV3)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK456.0
1) Continue to build new suburbs on the edge of existing suburbs10614.1
2) Redevelop older areas to build where services, streets and sewer lines exist59979.9
TOTAL750100.0
117) If you could choose where to live in the Houston area, which would you prefer: [ROTATE:] A single-family home with a big yard, where you would need to drive almost everywhere you want to go; or: A smaller home in a more urbanized area, within walking distance of shops and workplaces? (LIVEPREF)
TOTAL%
-1) RF/DK192.5
1) A single-family home with big yard, where need to drive almost everywhere.42656.8
2) A smaller home in more urbanized area, within walking distance of shops and workplaces.30540.7
TOTAL750100.0
118) Please stop me when I reach the category that includes your total household income in 2007; that is, the income for all members of the household during the past year. Coded into nine categories (from "less than $12,500" to "more than $100,000"). (INCOME9)
TOTAL%
-2) Don't know445.9
-1) Refused19025.3
1) Less than $12,500435.7
2) $12,501 to $25,000526.9
3) $25,001 to $37,500567.5
4) $37,501 to $50,000709.3
5) $50,001 to $62,500486.4
6) $62,501 to $75,000567.5
7) $75,001 to $100,000597.9
8) $100,001 to $150,000729.6
9) More than $150,000608.0
TOTAL750100.0
119) Interviewer's gender (INTGEN)
TOTAL%
0) Male19626.1
1) Female55473.9
TOTAL750100.0
120) Language of the interview: English or Spanish (or, in 1995 and 2002, an Asian language) (LINGO1)
TOTAL%
1) English70994.5
2) Spanish or Asian (in 96, 02)415.5
TOTAL750100.0
121) IF "NO" (CITIZEN): Do you think you will become an American citizen sometime within the next ten years? Would you say: definitely yes, probably yes, probably not, or definitely not? (FTRCITIZ)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know49.1
1) Definitely not12.3
2) Probably not49.1
3) Probably yes920.5
4) Definitely yes2659.1
Missing706 
TOTAL44100.0
122) As you look ahead to the next three or four years, do you think living conditions in the Houston area in the year 2012 will be better, worse, or about the same as today? (HOFUTUR3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know364.8
1) Worse12016.0
2) Same30740.9
3) Better28738.3
TOTAL750100.0
123) Ethnic groups (ETHGRPS3)
TOTAL%
1) Anglos38856.9
2) Blacks17225.2
3) Latinos12217.9
Missing68 
TOTAL682100.0
124) Age category (AGECATS4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know192.5
1) 18-2910614.2
2) 30-4415921.3
3) 45-5921729.0
4) 60-9324733.0
Missing2 
TOTAL748100.0
125) IF R IS WORKING FULL- OR PART-TIME (WORKING): Which of the following income categories include the total salary you personally earned from all jobs during [the past year]? Please stop me when I reach the correct category. Six categories (from "less than $15,000" to "more than $75,000") (SELFINC6)
TOTAL%
-2) Don't know133.3
-1) Refused6215.9
1) Less than $15,000328.2
2) $15,001 to $25,000359.0
3) $25,001 to $35,0004912.6
4) $35,001 to $50,0004912.6
5) $50,001 to $75,0006717.2
6) More than $75,0008221.1
Missing361 
TOTAL389100.0
126) Please stop me when I reach the category that includes your total household income in [the past year]; that is, the income for all members of the household during the past year. Eight categories (from "less than $12,500" to "more than $100,000") (INCOME8)
TOTAL%
-2) Don't know445.9
-1) Refused19025.3
1) Less than $12,500435.7
2) $12,501 to $25,000526.9
3) $25,001 to $37,500567.5
4) $37,501 to $50,000709.3
5) $50,001 to $62,500486.4
6) $62,501 to $75,000567.5
7) $75,001 to $100,000597.9
8) More than $100,00013217.6
TOTAL750100.0
127) Please stop me when I reach the category that includes your total household income in [the past year]; that is, the income for all members of the household during the past year. Six categories (from "less than $15,000" to "more than $75,000") (INCOME6)
TOTAL%
-2) Don't know445.9
-1) Refused19025.3
1) Less than $15,000435.7
2) $15,001 to $25,000526.9
3) $25,001 to $35,000567.5
4) $35,001 to $50,000709.3
5) $50,001 to $75,00010413.9
6) More than $75,00019125.5
TOTAL750100.0
128) How many years have you lived in the Houston area? Open-ended (HOWLONG2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75031.16519
129) Computed variable combining PARTY and LEANING into declared or closer to Republicans or Democrats (TRUPARTY)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know16021.3
1) Republican27636.8
2) Democrat31441.9
TOTAL750100.0
130) What is your home zip code? Open-ended (ZIPCODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75075954.7729694
131) IF R HAS LIVED IN THE HOUSTON AREA FOR 3 YEARS OR MORE (HOWLONG2): Over the past three years, do you think that the relations among ethnic groups in the Houston area have been getting better, getting worse, or have they stayed about the same? (ETHSNOW)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know243.3
1) Getting worse10614.6
2) About the same41857.4
3) Getting better18024.7
Missing22 
TOTAL728100.0
132) Houston city government does not have enough funds to pay for all the retirement benefits that have been promised to city workers. Which solution would you prefer? Raise taxes to put more money into the funds so the benefits can be paid; or: Cut back on the benefits that were originally promised to the employees? (PENSIONS)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know12416.5
1) Raise taxes32543.3
2) Cut back on the benefits30140.1
TOTAL750100.0
133) How important is it to you to be able to buy locally grown food? Would you say: very important, somewhat important, or not important? (LOCAFOOD)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know91.2
1) Not important11815.7
2) Somewhat important30841.1
3) Very important31542.0
TOTAL750100.0
134) For/Against: What about allowing the children of undocumented immigrants to become U.S. citizens, if they have graduated from college or served in the military? (DREAMACT)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know222.9
0) Against it12116.1
1) For it60780.9
TOTAL750100.0
135) For/Against: What about churches that allow openly gay individuals to be members of the clergy? (GAYCLERG)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know11915.9
0) Against it24532.7
1) For it38651.5
TOTAL750100.0
136) Should the local police take an active role in identifying undocumented immigrants, or should that be left mainly to the federal authorities? (IMMPOLIC)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know415.5
1) Police should take an active role45760.9
2) Leave to federal authorities25233.6
TOTAL750100.0
137) Would you say that the overall impact of the Katrina evacuees, who came to Houston more than four years ago, has been a good thing or a bad thing for the city, or has it had no clear effect? (IMPACT5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know567.5
1) Bad thing44258.9
2) No clear effect17222.9
3) Good thing8010.7
TOTAL750100.0
138) During the past year, how often, if at all, did you take Houston's mass transit, such as bus or light rail, to get where you wanted to go? Would you say: at least once a week, once a month, less often than that, or not at all in the past year? (RIDETRAN)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know60.8
1) Not at all48965.2
2) Several times16321.7
3) Once a month456.0
4) At least once a week476.3
TOTAL750100.0
139) Agree/Disagree: Individuals in possession of small amounts of illegal drugs should be fined rather than sent to jail. (FINEDRUG)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know354.7
0) Disagree19526.0
1) Agree52069.3
TOTAL750100.0
140) IF R LIVES IN THE CITY OF HOUSTON (WHERELIV): If the term limits placed on city-of-Houston elected officials were changed from three 2-year terms, do you think it would be better to have a limit of three 3-year terms, or two 4-year terms? (NEWTERMS)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused/Don't know5015.9
1) Three 3-year terms9028.6
2) Two 4-year terms17555.6
Missing435 
TOTAL315100.0
141) Date of the interview (DATE)
TOTAL%
20100210) 233.1
20100211) 192.5
20100212) 222.9
20100213) 202.7
20100214) 182.4
20100215) 212.8
20100216) 283.7
20100217) 374.9
20100218) 385.1
20100219) 425.6
20100220) 415.5
20100221) 152.0
20100222) 354.7
20100223) 405.3
20100224) 314.1
20100225) 253.3
20100226) 273.6
20100227) 273.6
20100228) 172.3
20100301) 192.5
20100302) 476.3
20100303) 304.0
20100304) 283.7
201002093) 293.9
201002104) 121.6
201002115) 141.9
201002126) 111.5
201002137) 60.8
201002141) 50.7
201002152) 121.6
201002163) 60.8
201002174) 50.7
TOTAL750100.0
142) Length of the interview (DURATION)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL75022.2878
143) I-AGE: Age category (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2910614.5
2) 30-4415921.8
3) 45-5921729.8
4) 60 and above24733.9
Missing21 
TOTAL729100.0
144) I-EDUC: What is the highest grade of school or year of college that you've completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
3) 12th grade or less18825.3
5) 1 to 3 years of college23531.6
6) Bachelor's degree (BA, BS)19025.5
7) Some graduate level work273.6
8) Graduate degree (MA, MS, MBA, Med, MSW, PhD, JD, MD, DDS)10414.0
Missing6 
TOTAL744100.0
145) I-ETHNIC: Are you Anglo, black, Hispanic, Asian, or of some other ethnic background (specify)? [If R names more than one ethnicity:] Which ethnic group do you generally identify with? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ETHNIC)
TOTAL%
1) Anglos38853.2
2) Blacks17223.6
3) Hispanics12216.7
4) Asians344.7
5) Other141.9
Missing20 
TOTAL730100.0
146) I-POLITICS: Do you think of yourself as conservative, moderate, or liberal in your politics? IF "CONSERVATIVE" OR "LIBERAL": Do you consider yourself to be very (conservative/liberal) or only somewhat (conservative/liberal)? IF "MODERATE": Do you think of yourself as more like a conservative or more like a liberal? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-POLITICS)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative13719.7
2) Somewhat conservative18126.0
3) More like a conservative12017.3
4) Neither conservative nor liberal324.6
5) More like a liberal8412.1
6) Somewhat or very liberal14120.3
Missing55 
TOTAL695100.0
147) I-RELIGION: What is your religious preference, if any? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant42158.1
2) Catholic17624.3
3) Jewish131.8
4) Other religion365.0
5) No religion7910.9
Missing25 
TOTAL725100.0
148) I-GENDER: Gender of the respondent, recorded by the interviewer (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
0) Male34646.1
1) Female40453.9
TOTAL750100.0