International Social Survey Program: Religion II, 1998

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Study Number (STUDNUM)
TOTAL%
3190) 39034100.0
TOTAL39034100.0
2) Respondent Number (RESPNUM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL390341750603.394939751
3) Respondent's country (COUNTRY)
TOTAL%
1) Australia13103.4
2) Germany (West)10002.6
3) Germany (East)10062.6
4) Great Britain8042.1
5) Northern Ireland8122.1
6) United States12843.3
7) Austria10022.6
8) Hungary10002.6
9) Italy10082.6
10) Ireland10102.6
11) Netherlands20205.2
12) Norway15323.9
13) Sweden11893.0
14) Czech Republic12243.1
15) Slovenia10062.6
16) Poland11472.9
17) Bulgaria11022.8
18) Russia17034.4
19) New Zealand9982.6
20) Canada9742.5
21) Phillipines12003.1
22) Isreal (J+A)12083.1
24) Japan13683.5
25) Spain24886.4
26) Latvia12003.1
27) Slovak Republic12843.3
28) France11332.9
29) Cyprus10002.6
30) Portuagal12013.1
31) Chile15033.9
32) Denmark11142.9
33) Switzerland12043.1
TOTAL39034100.0
4) If you were to consider your life in general these days, how happy or unhappy would you say you are, on the whole? (HAPPY)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy796320.4
2) Fairly happy2185456.0
3) Not very happy668417.1
4) Not at all happy13743.5
8) Can't choose, don't know9492.4
9) No answer2100.5
TOTAL39034100.0
5) On the whole, do you think it should or should not be the government's responsibility to provide a job for everyone who wants one? (GOVJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely should be1886548.3
2) Probably should be1162129.8
3) Probably should not be445411.4
4) Definitely should not be27557.1
8) Can't choose, don't know10582.7
9) No answer2810.7
TOTAL39034100.0
6) On the whole, do you think it should or should not be the government's responsibility to reduce income differences between the rich and poor? (GOVRHPR)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely should be1748344.8
2) Probably should be1136929.1
3) Probably should not be502512.9
4) Definitely should not be30957.9
8) Can't choose, don't know15874.1
9) No answer4751.2
TOTAL39034100.0
7) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if a man and woman have sexual relations before marriage? (PRMARSX)
TOTAL%
1) Always wrong593815.2
2) Almost always wrong30627.8
3) Wrong only sometimes677017.3
4) Not wrong at all2138254.8
8) Can't choose, don't know17464.5
9) No answer1360.3
TOTAL39034100.0
8) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if a married person has sexual relations with someone other than his or her husband or wife? (SXNOSPS)
TOTAL%
1) Always wrong2156855.3
2) Almost always wrong885822.7
3) Wrong only sometimes476612.2
4) Not wrong at all21155.4
8) Can't choose, don't know15874.1
9) No answer1400.4
TOTAL39034100.0
9) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if two adults of the same sex have sexual relations? (SAMESEX)
TOTAL%
1) Always wrong1718844.0
2) Almost always wrong33628.6
3) Wrong only sometimes38809.9
4) Not wrong at all983325.2
8) Can't choose, don't know450911.6
9) No answer2620.7
TOTAL39034100.0
10) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong for a woman to have an abortion if there is a strong chance of serious defect in the baby? (ABORTDEF)
TOTAL%
1) Always wrong590515.1
2) Almost always wrong29587.6
3) Wrong only sometimes636616.3
4) Not wrong at all2106554.0
8) Can't choose, don't know25216.5
9) No answer2190.6
TOTAL39034100.0
11) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong for a woman to have an abortion if the family has a very low income and cannot afford any more children? (ABORTINC)
TOTAL%
1) Always wrong1162029.8
2) Almost always wrong568914.6
3) Wrong only sometimes697417.9
4) Not wrong at all1142729.3
8) Can't choose, don't know28487.3
9) No answer4761.2
TOTAL39034100.0
12) Do you agree or disagree that a husband's job is to earn the money and a wife's job is to look after the home and family? (FAMROLE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree637916.3
2) Agree714518.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree707618.1
4) Disagree918523.5
5) Strongly disagree866622.2
8) Can't choose, don't know4201.1
9) No answer1630.4
TOTAL39034100.0
13) Do you agree or disagree that all in all, family life suffers when the woman has a full-time job? (FAMSUF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree667817.1
2) Agree1119128.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree666817.1
4) Disagree820421.0
5) Strongly disagree521213.4
8) Can't choose, don't know8362.1
9) No answer2450.6
TOTAL39034100.0
14) Do you agree or disagree that it is alright for a couple to live together without intending to get married? (COHABIT1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1114028.5
2) Agree1191430.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree539113.8
4) Disagree583414.9
5) Strongly disagree37289.6
8) Can't choose, don't know8252.1
9) No answer2020.5
TOTAL39034100.0
15) Do you agree or disagree that it is a good idea for a couple who intend to get married to live together first? (COHABIT2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1157229.6
2) Agree1265432.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree575814.8
4) Disagree462711.9
5) Strongly disagree30527.8
8) Can't choose, don't know10772.8
9) No answer2940.8
TOTAL39034100.0
16) Consider the following situation. Do you feel it is wrong or not wrong if a taxpayer does not report all of his or her income in order to pay less income taxes? (TAXFRAUD)
TOTAL%
1) Not wrong31988.2
2) A bit wrong768919.7
3) Wrong1437936.8
4) Seriously wrong1206230.9
8) Can't choose, don't know14623.7
9) No answer2440.6
TOTAL39034100.0
17) Consider the following situation. Do you feel it is wrong or not wrong if a person gives the government incorrect information about himself/herself to get the government benefits that he/she is not entitled to? (GOVBENF)
TOTAL%
1) Not wrong13263.4
2) A bit wrong32668.4
3) Wrong1302933.4
4) Seriously wrong2010851.5
8) Can't choose, don't know10192.6
9) No answer2860.7
TOTAL39034100.0
18) How often do you think that people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance and how often would they try to be fair? (FAIR)
TOTAL%
1) Try to take advantage almost all of the time34538.8
2) Try to take advantage most of the time1031426.4
3) Try to be fair most of the time1593340.8
4) Try to be fair almost all of the time531313.6
8) Can't choose, don't know37089.5
9) No answer3130.8
TOTAL39034100.0
19) Generally speaking would you say that people can be trusted or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? (TRUST)
TOTAL%
1) People can almost always be trusted17734.5
2) People can usually be trusted1356734.8
3) You usually can't be too careful in dealing with people1615741.4
4) You almost always can't be too careful in dealing with people636316.3
8) Can't choose, don't know9342.4
9) No answer2400.6
TOTAL39034100.0
20) How much confidence do you have in the parliament/national legislature of your country? (CNFDGOV)
TOTAL%
1) Complete confidence10162.6
2) A great deal of confidence478912.3
3) Some confidence1401935.9
4) Very little confidence1075127.5
5) No confidence at all630816.2
8) Can't choose, don't know18224.7
9) No answer3290.8
TOTAL39034100.0
21) How much confidence do you have in business and industry? (CNFDBUS)
TOTAL%
1) Complete confidence8442.2
2) A great deal of confidence611215.7
3) Some confidence1630341.8
4) Very little confidence897223.0
5) No confidence at all393210.1
8) Can't choose, don't know24306.2
9) No answer4411.1
TOTAL39034100.0
22) How much confidence do you have in churches and religious organizations? (CNFDCHRC)
TOTAL%
1) Complete confidence34498.8
2) A great deal of confidence809120.7
3) Some confidence1233331.6
4) Very little confidence716318.4
5) No confidence at all571614.6
8) Can't choose, don't know19154.9
9) No answer3670.9
TOTAL39034100.0
23) How much confidence do you have in the courts and legal system? (CNFDLEGL)
TOTAL%
1) Complete confidence20125.2
2) A great deal of confidence833521.4
3) Some confidence1384635.5
4) Very little confidence813120.8
5) No confidence at all481912.3
8) Can't choose, don't know15313.9
9) No answer3600.9
TOTAL39034100.0
24) How much confidence do you have in the schools and educational system? (CNFDEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Complete confidence33178.5
2) A great deal of confidence1299033.3
3) Some confidence1497538.4
4) Very little confidence439811.3
5) No confidence at all14943.8
8) Can't choose, don't know15393.9
9) No answer3210.8
TOTAL39034100.0
25) How much do you agree or disagree with the following statement? -- Religious leaders should not try to influence how people vote in elections. (RELVOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1829846.9
2) Agree1107428.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree36439.3
4) Disagree29307.5
5) Strongly disagree15023.8
8) Can't choose, don't know13343.4
9) No answer2530.6
TOTAL39034100.0
26) How much do you agree or disagee with the following statement? -- Religious leaders should not try to influence government decisions. (RELGOVT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1581440.5
2) Agree1095328.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree464711.9
4) Disagree417210.7
5) Strongly disagree15994.1
8) Can't choose, don't know15504.0
9) No answer2990.8
TOTAL39034100.0
27) Please consider the following statement and tell me whether you agree or disagree. -- Overall, modern science does more harm than good. (SCIHARM)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree19365.0
2) Agree544413.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree915623.5
4) Disagree1386935.5
5) Strongly disagree591715.2
8) Can't choose, don't know23816.1
9) No answer3310.8
TOTAL39034100.0
28) Please consider the following statement and tell me whether you agree or disagree. -- We trust too much in science and not enough in religious faith. (SCITRUST)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree24316.4
2) Agree767120.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree922324.4
4) Disagree1013626.9
5) Strongly disagree527414.0
8) Can't choose, don't know26907.1
9) No answer3250.9
Missing1284 
TOTAL37750100.0
29) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? -- Looking around the world, religions bring more conflict than peace. (RELCFLCT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree871522.3
2) Agree1327334.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree654216.8
4) Disagree646716.6
5) Strongly disagree16294.2
8) Can't choose, don't know20965.4
9) No answer3120.8
TOTAL39034100.0
30) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? -- People with very strong religious beliefs are often too intolerant of others. (RELINTOL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree870022.3
2) Agree1465737.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree597915.3
4) Disagree550614.1
5) Strongly disagree15173.9
8) Can't choose, don't know23406.0
9) No answer3350.9
TOTAL39034100.0
31) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? -- would be a better country if religion had less influence. (RELINFL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree36239.3
2) Agree658616.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree1012125.9
4) Disagree1062927.2
5) Strongly disagree433811.1
8) Can't choose, don't know33768.6
9) No answer3610.9
TOTAL39034100.0
32) Have you done any voluntary activity in the past 12 months in the following area? Voluntary activity is unpaid work, not just belonging to an organization or group. It should be of service or benefit to other people or the community and not only to one's family or personal friends. If the same voluntary activity falls in two or more of the categories, please report it only once under whichever relevant category appears first. For example, if you were involved in political campaigning for a candidate endorsed by a church or religious group, you would report it under a: "political activities," not c: "religious and church related activities." During the past 12 months did you do volunteer work in the following area? -- Political activities (helping political parties, political movements, election campaigns etc.) (VOLPOL)
TOTAL%
1) No3548690.9
2) Yes, once or twice16174.1
3) Yes, 3-5 times3841.0
4) Yes, 6 or more times5941.5
9) No answer, don't know9532.4
TOTAL39034100.0
33) Have you done any voluntary activity in the past 12 months in the following area? Voluntary activity is unpaid work, not just belonging to an organization or group. It should be of service or benefit to other people or the community and not only to one's family or personal friends. If the same voluntary activity falls in two or more of the categories, please report it only once under whichever relevant category appears first. For example, if you were involved in political campaigning for a candidate endorsed by a church or religious group, you would report it under a: "political activities," not c: "religious and church related activities." During the past 12 months did you do volunteer work in the following area? -- Charitable activities (helping the sick, elderly, poor, etc) (POLCHART)
TOTAL%
1) No2836972.7
2) Yes, once or twice490612.6
3) Yes, 3-5 times18694.8
4) Yes, 6 or more times29697.6
9) No answer, don't know9212.4
TOTAL39034100.0
34) Have you done any voluntary activity in the past 12 months in the following area? Voluntary activity is unpaid work, not just belonging to an organization or group. It should be of service or benefit to other people or the community and not only to one's family or personal friends. If the same voluntary activity falls in two or more of the categories, please report it only once under whichever relevant category appears first. For example, if you were involved in political campaigning for a candidate endorsed by a church or religious group, you would report it under a: "political activities," not c: "religious and church related activities." During the past 12 months did you do volunteer work in the following area? -- Religious and church-related activities (helping churches and religious groups) (VOLREL)
TOTAL%
1) No3223382.6
2) Yes, once or twice27066.9
3) Yes, 3-5 times10212.6
4) Yes, 6 or more times20655.3
9) No answer, don't know10092.6
TOTAL39034100.0
35) Have you done any voluntary activity in the past 12 months in the following area? Voluntary activity is unpaid work, not just belonging to an organization or group. It should be of service or benefit to other people or the community and not only to one's family or personal friends. If the same voluntary activity falls in two or more of the categories, please report it only once under whichever relevant category appears first. For example, if you were involved in political campaigning for a candidate endorsed by a church or religious group, you would report it under a: "political activities," not c: "religious and church related activities." During the past 12 months did you do volunteer work in the following area? -- Any other kind of voluntary activities (VOLOTHR)
TOTAL%
1) No2870073.5
2) Yes, once or twice397810.2
3) Yes, 3-5 times17744.5
4) Yes, 6 or more times33718.6
9) No answer, don't know12113.1
TOTAL39034100.0
36) Do you think that churches and religious organizations in this country have too much power or too little power? (RELPOWER)
TOTAL%
1) Far too much power30437.8
2) Too much power828521.2
3) About the right amount of power1694743.4
4) Too little power394210.1
5) Far too little power10832.8
8) Can't choose538513.8
9) No answer3490.9
TOTAL39034100.0
37) Please indicate which statement comes closest to expressing what you believe about God. (BELFGOD1)
TOTAL%
1) I don't believe in God418910.7
2) I don't know whether there is a God and I don't believe there is any way to find out.36789.4
3) I don't believe in a personal God, but I do believe in a higher power of some kind.635216.3
4) I find myself believing in a God some of the time, but not at others.36149.3
5) While I have doubts, I feel that I do believe in God.654416.8
6) I know God really exists and I don't have any doubts about it.1411936.2
8) Can't choose, don't know740.2
9) No answer4641.2
TOTAL39034100.0
38) Which best describes your beliefs about God? (BELFGOD2)
TOTAL%
1) I don't believe in God now and I never have.585415.0
2) I don't believe in God now, but I used to.34618.9
3) I believe in God now, but didn't used to.28267.2
4) I believe in God not and I always have.2101453.8
8) Can't choose532613.6
9) No answer, refused5531.4
TOTAL39034100.0
39) THIS QUESTION NOT ASKED OF AUSTRALIAN RESPONDENTS. Do you believe in life after death? (BELLIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely1024227.1
2) Yes, probably951625.2
3) No, probably not588715.6
4) No, definitely not775820.6
8) Can't choose395810.5
9) No answer, refused3631.0
Missing1310 
TOTAL37724100.0
40) THIS QUESTION NOT ASKED OF AUSTRALIAN RESPONDENTS. Do you believe in Heaven? (BELHEAVN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely949525.2
2) Yes, probably821721.8
3) No, probably not620116.4
4) No, definitely not913424.2
8) Can't choose400810.6
9) No answer, refused6691.8
Missing1310 
TOTAL37724100.0
41) THIS QUESTION NOT ASKED OF AUSTRALIAN RESPONDENTS. Do you believe in Hell? (BELHELL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely715619.0
2) Yes, probably629116.7
3) No, probably not736519.5
4) No, definitely not1192231.6
8) Can't choose420711.2
9) No answer, refused7832.1
Missing1310 
TOTAL37724100.0
42) THIS QUESTION NOT ASKED OF AUSTRALIAN RESPONDENTS. Do you believe in religious miracles? (BELMIRCL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely828722.0
2) Yes, probably890523.6
3) No, probably not665417.6
4) No, definitely not930824.7
8) Can't choose388610.3
9) No answer, refused6841.8
Missing1310 
TOTAL37724100.0
43) Which of these statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible? (BIBLE)
TOTAL%
1) The Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.689818.3
2) The Bible is the inspired word of God but not everything should be taken literally, word for word.1252433.3
3) The Bible is an ancient book of fables, legends, history, and moral precepts recorded by man.1161630.8
4) This does not apply to me. If from Hungary : other answer. If from Russia: Other, I'm not interested in these matters.34889.3
8) Can't choose26947.2
9) No answer4461.2
Missing1368 
TOTAL37666100.0
44) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- There is a God who concerns himself with every human being personally. (PRSNLGOD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree792220.3
2) Agree872622.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree629616.1
4) Disagree625216.0
5) Strongly disagree600415.4
8) Can't choose, don't know33068.5
9) No answer, refused5281.4
TOTAL39034100.0
45) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- There is little people can do to change the course of their lives. (LIFECHNG)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree27577.1
2) Agree702918.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree532213.6
4) Disagree1440136.9
5) Strongly disagree750319.2
8) Can't choose, don't know14443.7
9) No answer, refused5781.5
TOTAL39034100.0
46) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- Life is meaningful only because God exists. (LIFEMEAN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree402310.6
2) Agree565414.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree665717.5
4) Disagree988226.0
5) Strongly disagree919624.2
8) Can't choose, don't know20615.4
9) No answer, refused5871.5
Missing974 
TOTAL38060100.0
47) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- In my opinion, life does not serve any purpose. (LIFEPURP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree8712.2
2) Agree18164.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree35349.1
4) Disagree1479237.9
5) Strongly disagree1542739.5
8) Can't choose, don't know18704.8
9) No answer, refused7241.9
TOTAL39034100.0
48) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- Life is meaningful if you provide the meaning yourself. (LIFESELF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1075827.6
2) Agree1735544.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree445811.4
4) Disagree31438.1
5) Strongly disagree13483.5
8) Can't choose, don't know14083.6
9) No answer, refused5641.4
TOTAL39034100.0
49) Do you agree or disagree with the following? -- We each make our own fate. (MAKEFATE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree855521.9
2) Agree1574340.3
3) Neither agree or disagree717618.4
4) Disagree411010.5
5) Strongly disagree15684.0
8) Can't choose, don't know13213.4
9) No answer, refused5611.4
TOTAL39034100.0
50) Has there ever been a turning point in your life when you made a new and personal commitment to religion? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (TURNREL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes759420.1
2) No2873876.0
8) Can't say, don't know4371.2
9) No answer10642.8
Missing1201 
TOTAL37833100.0
51) What was your mother's religious preference when you were a child? Was it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? If Protestant, what was the specific denomination? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (MOMREL)
TOTAL%
0) 0340.1
10) Catholic1812046.4
11) Greek Catholic450.1
12) If from Philippines : Aglipayan150.0
20) Jewish10692.7
30) Muslim, Islam4111.1
40) Baptists1720.4
41) Methodist3440.9
42) Lutheran.16554.2
43) Presbyterian/Church of Scotland5841.5
44) Church of England/Church of Ireland/ Anglican13623.5
45) URC/Congregational150.0
46) 4670.0
47) Unitarians420.1
48) Protestant (evangelist) free church4621.2
49) Protestant (not elsewhere classified or not specified)542713.9
50) If from Japan : Shinto290.1
51) Hindu90.0
52) Buddhists6111.6
53) Sikh30.0
54) If from Slovak Republic, Russia, or Latvia : Orthodox29197.5
55) United Church1810.5
60) If from Great Britain : Free Presbyterian60.0
61) Brethren, Czech Unity of Brethren680.2
62) Pentecostal1640.4
63) Mormon160.0
64) Salvation Army, Assemblies of God150.0
65) Seventh Day Adventists200.1
66) If from New Zealand : Ratana110.0
67) If from Czech Republic : Hussites480.1
90) None30927.9
91) No denomination given (If from Great Britain, New Zealand, or United States)790.2
92) Other Christian Religion1630.4
93) Other Non-Christian Religion1350.3
94) Other not classified2540.7
98) Don't know12533.2
99) No answer, refused1940.5
TOTAL39034100.0
52) What was your father's religious preference when you were a child? Was it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? If Protestant, what was the specific denomination? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (DADREL)
TOTAL%
0) 0710.2
10) Catholic1729444.3
11) Greek Catholic410.1
12) If from Philippines : Aglipayan120.0
20) Jewish10662.7
30) Muslim, Islam4121.1
40) Baptists1320.3
41) Methodist2910.7
42) Lutheran.15043.9
43) Presbyterian/Church of Scotland5221.3
44) Church of England/Church of Ireland/ Anglican12403.2
45) URC/Congregational110.0
47) Unitarians390.1
48) Protestant (evangelist) free church4191.1
49) Protestant (not elsewhere classified or not specified)515313.2
50) If from Japan : Shinto280.1
51) Hindu100.0
52) Buddhists5501.4
53) Sikh30.0
54) If from Slovak Republic, Russia, or Latvia : Orthodox24766.3
55) United Church. If from Latvia : Old Believers1650.4
60) If from Great Britain : Free Presbyterian120.0
61) Brethren, Czech Unity of Brethren740.2
62) Pentecostal.1260.3
63) Mormon150.0
64) Salvation Army, Assemblies of God150.0
65) Seventh Day Adventists190.0
66) If from New Zealand : Ratana60.0
67) If from Czech Republic : Hussites380.1
90) None449711.5
91) No denomination given (If from Great Britain, New Zealand, or United States)600.2
92) Other Christian Religion1400.4
93) Other Non-Christian Religion1130.3
94) Other not classified2330.6
98) Don't know19755.1
99) No answer, refused2720.7
TOTAL39034100.0
53) What religion, if any, were you raised in? Was it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? If Protestant, what was the specific denomination? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (RESPREL)
TOTAL%
10) Catholic1751844.9
11) Greek Catholic420.1
12) Philippines : Aglipayan110.0
20) Jewish10442.7
30) Muslim, Islam3831.0
40) Baptists1330.3
41) Methodist1940.5
42) Lutheran.12943.3
43) Presbyterian/Church of Scotland4831.2
44) Church of England/Church of Ireland/ Anglican12163.1
45) URC/Congregational.150.0
47) Unitarians. If from Australia : Uniting Church1280.3
48) Protestant (evangelist) free church4191.1
49) Protestant (not elsewhere classified or not specified)522413.4
50) If from Japan : Shinto210.1
51) Hindu90.0
52) Buddhists3700.9
53) Sikh30.0
54) If from Slovak Republic, Russia, or Latvia : Orthodox21685.6
55) United Church. If from Latvia : Old Believers1650.4
60) If from Great Britain : Free Presbyterian60.0
61) Brethren, Czech Unity of Brethren620.2
62) Pentecostal.1540.4
63) Mormon160.0
64) Salvation Army, Assemblies of God150.0
65) Seventh Day Adventists180.0
66) If from New Zealand : Ratana80.0
67) If from Czech Republic : Hussites420.1
90) None633616.2
91) No denomination given (If from Great Britain, New Zealand, or United States)900.2
92) Other Christian Religion1480.4
93) Other Non-Christian Religion970.2
94) Other not classified2570.7
98) Don't know5961.5
99) No answer, refused3490.9
TOTAL39034100.0
54) ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED OR LIVING AS MARRIED. What is your husband/wife's religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? If Protestant, what is the specific denomination? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (SPOSREL)
TOTAL%
0) 01155129.6
10) Catholic1136229.1
11) Greek Catholic250.1
12) If from Philippines : Aglipayan110.0
20) Jewish7932.0
30) Muslim, Islam2880.7
40) Baptists1110.3
41) Methodist1260.3
42) Lutheran.7852.0
43) Presbyterian/Church of Scotland2690.7
44) Church of England/Church of Ireland/ Anglican7752.0
45) URC/Congregational.80.0
46) Episcopal20.0
47) Unitarians1000.3
48) Protestant (evangelist) free church2770.7
49) Protestant (not elsewhere classified or not specified)34298.8
50) If from Japan: Shinto180.0
51) Hindu70.0
52) Buddhists3330.9
53) Sikh20.0
54) If from Slovak Republic, Russia, or Latvia: Orthodox19154.9
55) United Church.920.2
60) If from Great Britain : Free Presbyterian60.0
61) Brethren, Czech Unity of Brethren470.1
62) Pentecostal.1540.4
63) Mormon230.1
64) Salvation Army, Assemblies of God120.0
65) Seventh Day Adventists220.1
66) If from New Zealand : Ratana30.0
67) If from Czech Republic : Hussites290.1
90) None476612.2
91) No denomination given (If from Great Britain, New Zealand, or United States)700.2
92) Other Christian Religion1330.3
93) Other Non-Christian Religion710.2
94) Other not classified2750.7
98) Don't know6241.6
99) No answer, refused5201.3
TOTAL39034100.0
55) When you were a child, how often did your mother attend religious services? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (MOMATTND)
TOTAL%
1) Never526513.6
2) Less than once a year22655.8
3) About once or twice a year426411.0
4) Several times a year495112.8
5) About once a month19815.1
6) 2-3 times a month20645.3
7) Nearly every week36619.4
8) Every week841621.7
9) Several times a week20485.3
98) Can't say, can't remember34388.9
99) No answer4021.0
Missing279 
TOTAL38755100.0
56) When you were a child, how often did your father attend religious services? (DADATTND)
TOTAL%
1) Never803121.0
2) Less than once a year29387.7
3) About once or twice a year446511.7
4) Several times a year434211.3
5) About once a month16184.2
6) 2-3 times a month16254.2
7) Nearly every week26326.9
8) Every week666817.4
9) Several times a week14333.7
98) Can't say, can't remember416410.9
99) No answer3761.0
Missing742 
TOTAL38292100.0
57) When you were around 11 or 12, how often did you attend religious services? (RESPATND)
TOTAL%
1) Never686217.6
2) Less than once a year19695.0
3) About once or twice a year36919.5
4) Several times a year395910.1
5) About once a month18444.7
6) 2-3 times a month23796.1
7) Nearly every week492112.6
8) Every week968124.8
9) Several times a week21555.5
98) Can't say, can't remember12983.3
99) No answer, don't know2750.7
TOTAL39034100.0
58) Now thinking about the present, about how often do you pray? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (PRAY)
TOTAL%
1) Never1137229.1
2) Less than once a year18034.6
3) About once or twice a year24716.3
4) Several times a year38789.9
5) About once a month13563.5
6) 2-3 times a month15824.1
7) Nearly every week17164.4
8) Every week18734.8
9) Several times a week33998.7
10) Once a day585615.0
11) Several times a day29637.6
98) Can't say, don't know4301.1
99) No answer3350.9
TOTAL39034100.0
59) How often do you take part in the activities or organizations of a church or place of worship, other than attending services? (CHRCHACT)
TOTAL%
1) Never2231057.2
2) Less than once a year37079.5
3) About once or twice a year413010.6
4) Several times a year34678.9
5) About once a month12293.1
6) 2-3 times a month9442.4
7) Nearly every week7962.0
8) Every week12353.2
9) Several times a week7141.8
98) Can't say, don't know2080.5
99) No answer2940.8
TOTAL39034100.0
60) Would you describe yourself as... (SELFREL)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely religious9782.5
2) Very religious433911.1
3) Somewhat religious1336934.2
4) Neither religious nor non-religious820321.0
5) Somewhat non-religious406310.4
6) Very non-religious37309.6
7) Extremely non-religious32088.2
8) Can't choose, don't know9502.4
9) No answer1940.5
TOTAL39034100.0
61) Which of the following statements comes closest to your own views? (VIEWS)
TOTAL%
1) There is very little truth in any religion.536313.7
2) There are basic truths in many religions.2005951.4
3) There is truth only in one religion.639316.4
8) Can't choose696917.9
9) No answer2500.6
TOTAL39034100.0
62) Suppose you were riding in a car driven by a close friend. You know he was going too fast. He hits a pedestrian. He asks you to tell the police that he was obeying the speed limit. Which statement comes closest to your belief about what your friend has a right to expect from you? (RGHFRND)
TOTAL%
1) My friend has a definite right as a friend to expect me to testify that he was obeying the speed limit.21205.6
2) My friend has some right as a friend to expect me to testify that he was obeying the speed limit.662017.5
3) My friend has no right as a friend to expect me to testify that he was obeying the speed limit.2475565.6
8) Can't choose405310.7
9) No answer2020.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL37750100.0
63) Suppose you were riding in a car driven by a close friend. You know he was going too fast. He hits a pedestrian. He asks you to tell the police that he was obeying the speed limit. What would you do in this situation? (RGHDEC)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely tell the police officer that your friend was going faster than the speed limit.1146429.4
2) Probably tell the police officer that your friend was going faster than the speed limit.1278532.8
3) Probably tell the police officer that your friend was not going faster than the speed limit.567514.5
4) Definitely tell the police officer that your friend was not going faster than the speed limit.17714.5
8) Can't choose700818.0
9) No answer3310.8
TOTAL39034100.0
64) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, IRELAND, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, AND LATVIA. Would you say that you have been "born again" or have had a "born again" experience, that is a turning point in your life when you committed yourself to Christ? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (BORNAGN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12913.3
2) No528713.5
7) Not available3225882.6
8) Don't know220.1
9) No answer1760.5
TOTAL39034100.0
65) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, HUNGARY, IRELAND, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, LATVIA, SLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC, FRANCE, AND SWITZERLAND. There are many different ways of picturing God. We'd like to know the kinds of images you are most likely to associate with God. Below are sets of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of God between the two contrasting images? The first set of contrasting images shows mother at "1" on the scale and father at "7" on the scale. If you imagine God as a mother, you would place yourself at "1." If you imagine God as a father, you would place yourself at "7." If you imagine God as somewhere in between mother and father, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of God on the scale for this set of images? - Picture of God : Mother - Father. (GODPRNTS)
TOTAL%
1) Mother3743.3
2) 2812.5
3) 3803.3
4) 300226.3
5) 9898.7
6) 119910.5
7) Father318127.9
8) Don't know, can't choose2762.4
9) No answer171515.0
Missing27637 
TOTAL11397100.0
66) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, IRELAND, CZECH REPUBLIC, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, LATVIA, SLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC, AND FRANCE. There are many different ways of picturing God. We'd like to know the kinds of images you are most likely to associate with God. Below are sets of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of God between the two contrasting images? This set of contrasting images shows master at "1" on the scale and spouse at "7" on the scale. If you imagine God as a master, you would place yourself at "1." If you imagine God as a spouse, you would place yourself at "7." If you imagine God as somewhere in between master and spouse, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of God on the scale for this set of images? - Picture of God : Master - Spouse. (GODMSTR)
TOTAL%
1) Master238920.9
2) 130511.4
3) 117010.2
4) 292925.7
5) 5174.5
6) 4744.2
7) Spouse4193.7
8) Don't know, can't choose3042.7
9) No answer191016.7
Missing27617 
TOTAL11417100.0
67) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, IRELAND, CZECH REPUBLIC, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, LATVIA, SLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC, FRANCE, AND PORTUGAL. There are many different ways of picturing God. We'd like to know the kinds of images you are most likely to associate with God. Below are sets of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of God between the two contrasting images? This set of contrasting images shows judge at "1" on the scale and lover at "7" on the scale. If you imagine God as a judge, you would place yourself at "1." If you imagine God as a lover, you would place yourself at "7." If you imagine God as somewhere in between judge and lover, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of God on the scale for this set of images? - Picture of God : Judge - Lover. (GODJDGE)
TOTAL%
1) Judge182114.4
2) 10408.2
3) 9777.7
4) 371129.4
5) 8296.6
6) 8536.8
7) Lover127110.1
8) Don't know, can't choose3022.4
9) No answer181414.4
Missing26416 
TOTAL12618100.0
68) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, IRELAND, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, LATVIA, SLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC, FRANCE, AND PORUTGAL. There are many different ways of picturing God. We'd like to know the kinds of images you are most likely to associate with God. Below are sets of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of God between the two contrasting images? This set of contrasting images shows friend at "1" on the scale and king at "7" on the scale. If you imagine God as a friend, you would place yourself at "1." If you imagine God as a king, you would place yourself at "7." If you imagine God as somewhere in between friend and king, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of God on the scale for this set of images? - Picture of God : Friend - King. (GODFRND)
TOTAL%
1) Friend213718.8
2) 11009.7
3) 9148.0
4) 303526.6
5) 6085.3
6) 5554.9
7) King114910.1
8) Don't know, can't choose2952.6
9) No answer160114.1
Missing27640 
TOTAL11394100.0
69) Now please think about something different. Please tick one box below to show whether you think the statement is true or false. -- Good luck charms sometimes do bring good luck. (LCKCHRM)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true13527.1
2) Probably true541428.4
3) Probably not true458524.1
4) Definitely not true604731.7
8) Can't choose15488.1
9) No answer1150.6
Missing19973 
TOTAL19061100.0
70) Now please think about something different. Please tick one box below to show whether you think the statement is true or false. -- Some fortune tellers really can foresee the future. (FORTELL)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true18379.1
2) Probably true667432.9
3) Probably not true449822.2
4) Definitely not true567328.0
8) Can't choose14357.1
9) No answer1440.7
Missing18773 
TOTAL20261100.0
71) Now please think about something different. Please tick one box below to show whether you think the statement is true or false. -- Some faith healers really do have God-given healing powers. (FATHEAL)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true245212.1
2) Probably true684633.8
3) Probably not true412620.4
4) Definitely not true495524.5
8) Can't choose17538.7
9) No answer1290.6
Missing18773 
TOTAL20261100.0
72) Now please think about something different. Please tick one box below to show whether you think the statement is true or false. -- A person's star sign at birth, or horoscope, can affect the course of his or her future. (HORSCOPE)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true15257.5
2) Probably true570828.2
3) Probably not true496624.5
4) Definitely not true581928.7
8) Can't choose210110.4
9) No answer1420.7
Missing18773 
TOTAL20261100.0
73) People have different images of the world and human nature. We'd like to know the kinds of images you have. Below is a set of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of the world and human nature between the two contrasting images? Look at the first set of contrasting images. If you think that "the world is basically filled with evil and sin" you would place yourself at "1." If you think that "there is so much goodness in the world which hints at God's goodness" you would place yourself at "7." If you think things are somewhere in between these images, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of the world on the scale below? -- World image : much evil vs. much good. (WRLDEVIL)
TOTAL%
1) The world is basicaly filled with evil and sin13419.5
2) 12038.5
3) 212415.0
4) 449931.7
5) 221915.6
6) 13229.3
7) There is much goodness in the world11578.2
8) Don't know1020.7
9) No answer2131.5
Missing24854 
TOTAL14180100.0
74) People have different images of the world and human nature. We'd like to know the kinds of images you have. Below is a set of contrasting images. On a scale of 1-7, where would you place your image of the world and human nature between the two contrasting images? Look at the following set of contrasting images. If you think that "human nature is basically good" you would place yourself at "1." If you think that "human nature is fundamentally perverse and corrupt" you would place yourself at "7." If you think things are somewhere in between these images, you would place yourself at "2," "3," "4," "5," or "6." Where would you place your image of the world on the scale below? -- World image: Human nature is good vs. corrupt. (HMNNATR)
TOTAL%
1) Human nature is basically good185812.1
2) 252316.5
3) 291519.0
4) 469330.6
5) 153610.0
6) 8385.5
7) Human nature is fundamentally perverse and corrupt7284.8
8) Don't know600.4
9) No answer1621.1
Missing23721 
TOTAL15313100.0
75) Suppose a law was passed which conflicted with your religious principles. Would you... (LAWCNFT)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely follow the law11209.1
2) Probably follow the law213917.4
3) Probably follow your religious principles242319.7
4) Definitely follow your religious principles165513.5
5) I have no religious principles266921.7
8) Can't choose214317.4
9) No answer1381.1
Missing26747 
TOTAL12287100.0
76) ASKED ONLY OF AUSTRALIANS. Do you believe in life after death? (AUSLIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely32224.6
2) Yes, probably31524.0
3) Mixed, in between13810.5
4) No, probably not29222.3
5) No definitely not19114.6
8) Can't choose282.1
9) No answer, refused241.8
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
77) ASKED ONLY OF AUSTRALIANS. Do you believe in Heaven? (AUSHEVN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely29522.5
2) Yes, probably29722.7
3) Mixed, in between17813.6
4) No, probably not28421.7
5) No, definitely not21416.3
8) Can't choose262.0
9) No answer, refused161.2
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
78) ASKED ONLY OF AUSTRALIANS. Do you believe in Hell? (AUSHELL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely18814.4
2) Yes, probably19214.7
3) Mixed, in between20615.7
4) No, probably not36227.6
5) No, definitely not32524.8
8) Can't choose211.6
9) No answer, refused161.2
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
79) ASKED ONLY OF AUSTRALIANS. Do you believe in religious miracles? (AUSMIRCL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely20215.4
2) Yes, probably25319.3
3) Mixed, in between22817.4
4) No, probably not32424.7
5) No, definitely not26420.2
8) Can't choose221.7
9) No answer, refused171.3
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
80) Sex of the respondent (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male1808246.3
2) Female2091653.6
9) Refused360.1
TOTAL39034100.0
81) Age of the respondent (See summary documentation for variation in category labels.) (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3903445.40317
82) Respondent's marital status (MARSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Married or living as married2362260.5
2) Widowed34088.7
3) Divorced22215.7
4) Separated7511.9
5) Never married, not married, single891822.8
9) No answer, refused1140.3
TOTAL39034100.0
83) IF MARRIED OR LIVING AS MARRIED. Do you have a steady life partner? (COHAB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes248317.8
2) No1106679.3
9) Not applicable, refused3982.9
Missing25087 
TOTAL13947100.0
84) Years of schooling (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (EDUC)
TOTAL%
0) 8122.1
1) 840.2
2) 1720.4
3) 2870.7
4) 6681.7
5) 5331.4
6) 10962.8
7) 10782.8
8) New Zealand: 1-8 years36199.3
9) 22185.7
10) 36329.3
11) New Zealand: 9-11 years36349.3
12) 597715.3
13) New Zealand: 12-13 years28197.2
14) 22265.7
15) New Zealand: 14-16 years.19735.1
16) 19304.9
17) New Zealand: 17 years or more13883.6
18) 9562.4
19) 3781.0
20) 3981.0
21) 1050.3
22) 810.2
23) 550.1
24) 390.1
25) 380.1
26) 150.0
27) 50.0
28) 30.0
29) 10.0
30) 80.0
32) 30.0
35) 10.0
37) 20.0
38) 10.0
39) 10.0
40) 30.0
42) 10.0
43) 10.0
50) 50 years or more40.0
94) Other answer10.0
95) Still at school6191.6
96) Still at college, university6411.6
97) No formal schooling, still at school6041.5
98) Don't know1100.3
99) No answer8142.1
TOTAL39034100.0
85) Highest degree (DEGREE)
TOTAL%
1) None, still at school4121.1
2) Incomplete primary17834.6
3) Primary completed764519.6
4) Incomplete secondary, technical school777419.9
5) Secondary completed1249132.0
6) Incomplete + complete semi higher qualification, incomplete university, other36399.3
7) University completed515713.2
99) No answer1330.3
TOTAL39034100.0
86) Current employment status, current economic position, main source of living (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (WRKSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Full-time employed, main job1676142.9
2) Part-time employed, main job30707.9
3) Less than part-time9672.5
4) Helping family member2250.6
5) Unemployed21305.5
6) Student in school, in education, vocational training, in government active labor labour market programs or on government training scheme24656.3
7) Retired753219.3
8) Housewife (man), home duties434611.1
9) Permanantly disabled, sick8152.1
10) Others, not in labor force, not working5391.4
99) No answer, refused1840.5
TOTAL39034100.0
87) Spouse's current employment status, current economic status, main source of living (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (SPWRKST)
TOTAL%
0) NAP (not married; no spouse/ partner): Not available1529039.2
1) Full-time employed, main job1169630.0
2) Part-time employed, main job16244.2
3) Less than part-time6281.6
4) Helping family member1580.4
5) Unemployed9912.5
6) Student in school, in education, vocational training, in government active labor labour market programs or on government training scheme5351.4
7) Retired405310.4
8) Housewife (man), home duties28577.3
9) Permanantly disabled, sick4171.1
10) Others, not in labor force, not working2190.6
99) No answer, refused5661.5
TOTAL39034100.0
88) Respondent's Occupation ILO/ISCO International code 1988. (See summary documentation for additional information and variation in question wording and category labels.) (ISC088)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL390343317.6073264
89) Spouse's Occupation ILO/ISCO International code 1988. (See summary documentation for additional information and category labels.) (SPISCO88)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL390342074.6783162
90) Private vs. public sector - (if respondent works dependent) Do you work at present or did you work in the public sector before? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (WRKGOVT)
TOTAL%
1) Works for government or public sector576214.8
2) Works for publicly-owned firm23045.9
3) Works for private firm or sector1143829.3
6) Austrian, Great Britain: Non-profit organizations, welfare organizations1240.3
7) Not applicable (unemployed, not in labor force, never had a job, not in paid work, not working)1494038.3
8) Self-employed34548.8
9) No answer, don't know, can't choose, refused10122.6
TOTAL39034100.0
91) In your main job, are you an employee or self-employed? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (SELFEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Self-employed (with/without employees)36759.4
2) Works for someone else2021251.8
7) Not applicable (unemployed, not in labor force, never had a job, not in paid work, not working)1418036.3
9) No answer, don't know, refused9672.5
TOTAL39034100.0
92) ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO ARE SELF-EMPLOYED. Do you have any employees? How many? (NEMPLOY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL39034614.252387
93) Hours worked weekly (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (WRKHRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3903424.15926
94) In your main job, do you supervise anyone or are you directly responsible for the work of other people? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (WRKSUP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, supervise others at work656329.0
2) No, do not supervise1510766.8
8) Don't know370.2
9) No answer, refused9004.0
Missing16427 
TOTAL22607100.0
95) Respondent's income (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (RINCOME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL39034160871.097334297
96) Family Income (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (INCOME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL39034224037.174367454
97) Respondent's religion (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (RELIG)
TOTAL%
10) Catholic1511638.7
11) Greek Catholic570.1
12) Philippines : Aglipayan100.0
20) Jewish11112.8
30) Muslim, Islam3761.0
31) Druse150.0
40) Baptists3821.0
41) Methodist2510.6
42) Lutheran.9922.5
43) Presbyterian/Church of Scotland4031.0
44) Church of England/Church of Ireland/ Anglican9342.4
45) URC/Congregational.120.0
46) Episcopal300.1
47) Unitarians.1280.3
48) Protestant (evangelist) free church3070.8
49) Protestant (not elsewhere classified or not specified)473612.1
50) Japan: Shinto240.1
51) Hindu100.0
52) Buddhists4371.1
53) Sikh40.0
54) Slovak Republic, Russia, or Latvia: Orthodox28907.4
55) United Church.480.1
60) Great Britain: Free Presbyterian140.0
61) Brethren, Czech Unity of Brethren510.1
62) Pentecostal230.1
63) Mormon240.1
64) Salvation Army, Assemblies of God50.0
65) Seventh Day Adventists130.0
66) If from New Zealand : Ratana70.0
67) If from Czech Republic: Hussites330.1
68) United States: Native American30.0
69) United States: Inter-Nondenominational Church70.0
90) None869322.3
91) No denomination given1920.5
92) Other Christian Religion3781.0
93) Other Non-Christian Religion1260.3
94) Other not classified2230.6
98) Don't know2640.7
99) No answer, refused7051.8
TOTAL39034100.0
98) How often do you attend religious services? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more, nearly every week676219.3
2) 2-3 times a month26787.7
3) Once a month19255.5
4) Several times a year636918.2
5) Less frequently658118.8
6) Never985928.2
8) Don't know2800.8
9) No answer, refused4931.4
Missing4087 
TOTAL34947100.0
99) Subjective social class (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (CLASS)
TOTAL%
1) Lower class26917.7
2) Working class903325.9
3) Lower middle class/upper working class402311.6
4) Middle class1429541.1
5) Upper middle class25957.5
6) Upper class3841.1
8) Don't know, can't choose11543.3
9) No answer, classification refused6351.8
Missing4224 
TOTAL34810100.0
100) (If employed at present) Are you a member of trade unions at present? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (UNION)
TOTAL%
1) Member786724.3
2) No member2342672.4
9) No answer, refuse, don't know10553.3
Missing6686 
TOTAL32348100.0
101) Political party affiliation. Where would you place yourself politically? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (PRTYLR)
TOTAL%
1) Far left (communist, etc.)14624.3
2) Left, center left744321.7
3) Center, liberal672319.6
4) Right, conservative635018.5
5) Far right (fascist, etc.)7052.1
6) Other, no specification5071.5
7) No party preference680619.8
8) Don't know, undecided, can't choose30138.8
9) No answer, refused13023.8
Missing4723 
TOTAL34311100.0
102) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN AUSTRIA. If there is a national election next Sunday, which party would you vote for? (A_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) SPOE - Social democrats27827.7
2) OEVP - Conservative22322.3
3) FPOE - Liberals13913.9
4) Gruene - Greens616.1
5) LIF - Liberal232.3
95) Other party121.2
96) Would not vote, no party preference919.1
99) No answer17517.5
Missing38032 
TOTAL1002100.0
103) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN AUSTRALIA. Generally speaking, in federal politics do you usually think of yourself as...? (AUS_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Liberal party41331.5
2) Labor party46135.2
3) National party443.4
4) Democrats735.6
5) Greens241.8
6) One nation302.3
96) No party preference15812.1
99) No answer, refused1078.2
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
104) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN BULGARIA. Which political party do you sympathize to? (BG_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Bulgaria Socialist party - BSP21219.2
2) Bulgarian Business Block - BBB80.7
3) Movement for Civil Rights and Freedom - MRF413.7
4) Euro left312.8
5) National Union80.7
6) Union of Democracy26824.3
95) Other party333.0
96) No party preference49745.1
99) No answer40.4
Missing37932 
TOTAL1102100.0
105) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN CANADA. Generally speaking, in federal politics do you usually think of yourself as Progressive Conservative, NDP, or something else? (CDN_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Reform757.7
2) PC13113.4
3) Liberal30531.3
4) NDP606.2
5) Bloc Quebecois464.7
95) Other party575.9
98) Can't choose24925.6
99) No answer, refused515.2
Missing38060 
TOTAL974100.0
106) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN SWITZERLAND. Political party affiliation (CH_PRTY)
TOTAL%
0) 03783096.9
1) Christian democratic party1250.3
2) Evangelical people's party190.0
3) Radical party1560.4
4) Social democratic party2450.6
5) Swiss People's party900.2
6) Independent party70.0
7) Liberal party380.1
8) Labor party60.0
9) Swiss democrats60.0
10) Green party470.1
11) Freedom party60.0
95) Other party110.0
96) No party preference1830.5
98) Not interested so much in politics2420.6
99) No answer230.1
TOTAL39034100.0
107) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN CZECH REPUBLIC. Can you tell us which political party you would vote for if the elections to the Chamber of Deputies were held next week? (CZ_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) CSSO - Czech Social Democratic Party1098.9
2) CSNS - National Socialist Party40.3
3) KDU-CSL - Christian Democratic Union, Czechoslovak People's Party1159.4
4) DEU - Democratic Union121.0
5) DZJ - Pensioners for Life Securities151.2
6) KSCM - Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia1058.6
7) MDS - Moravian Democratic Party80.7
8) Independent candidate494.0
9) ODS - Civic Democratic Party20516.7
11) SPR-RSC - Republican Party of Czechoslovakia40.3
12) Green Party121.0
13) Freedom Union (US)715.8
95) Other Party110.9
96) Would not vote; would drop invalid ballot in ballot box; not entitled to vote21417.5
97) Refused786.4
98) Don't know20917.1
99) No answer30.2
Missing37810 
TOTAL1224100.0
108) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN GERMANY. If there is a general election next Sunday, which party would you elect with your second vote? (D_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) CDU/CSU51725.8
2) SPD49524.7
3) FDP572.8
4) Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen994.9
6) DKP10.0
7) Republikaner130.6
8) PDS/Linke Liste924.6
95) Other Party120.6
96) Would not vote; not eligible42521.2
97) Refused1778.8
98) Don't know1175.8
99) No answer10.0
Missing37028 
TOTAL2006100.0
109) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN DENMARK. Party affiliation (DK_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Social Democratic Party34531.0
2) Radical Liberal party343.1
3) Conservative Party877.8
4) Centre Democratic232.1
5) Socialist Peoples Party807.2
6) Danish Peoples Party484.3
7) Christian Peoples Party302.7
8) Democratic Renewal10.1
9) Liberal24922.4
10) Progressive191.7
11) Leftwing Alliance171.5
93) Other responses30.3
96) No preference, no vote, too young1069.5
98) Don't know201.8
99) NA524.7
Missing37920 
TOTAL1114100.0
110) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN SPAIN AND RESPONDENT DECLARED TO FEEL AT PRESENT AFFILIATED TO A PARTY. Which party do you feel affiliated to? (E_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) IU1576.3
2) PP58123.4
3) PSOE58923.7
4) EA50.2
5) HB120.5
6) PNV170.7
7) CIU - Nationalists from Catalonia662.7
8) ERC - Nationalists from Catalonia70.3
9) BNG210.8
10) PA40.2
11) CC - Nationalists from Canaries30.1
12) UV70.3
13) IC-EV30.1
94) Vote Blank411.6
95) Other Party241.0
96) No vote, not eligible (too young)47619.1
98) Don't know47519.1
Missing36546 
TOTAL2488100.0
111) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN FRANCE. Which political party or movement do you feel close to? (F_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Communist Party454.0
2) Far left131.1
3) Socialist Party29125.7
4) Green Party1079.4
5) UDF - Liberal948.3
6) RPR - Conservative15513.7
7) National Front534.7
95) Other Party252.2
96) No party preference, none of these24821.9
99) No answer1029.0
Missing37901 
TOTAL1133100.0
112) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN GREAT BRITAIN/NORTHERN IRELAND. Party affiliation for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a supporter of any political party? If yes, which one? Do you think of yourself as a little closer to one political party than others? If yes, which one? If there were a general election tomorrow which political party do you think you would be most likely to support? (GB_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Conservative19412.0
2) Labor55034.0
3) Liberal Democrats, SLD986.1
4) NI alliance, Alliance Party674.1
5) Democratic Unionist754.6
6) SNP (Scottish Nationalist Party)110.7
7) Plaid Cymru10.1
8) Green Party120.7
9) Ulster Union Party20412.6
10) Progressive Unionist Party161.0
11) Sinn Fein523.2
12) Ulster Democratic Party100.6
13) Women's Coalition130.8
14) Workers' Party20.1
15) UK Unionist Party50.3
93) Other answer80.5
95) Other party120.7
96) Would not vote; no party preference16810.4
97) Refused110.7
98) Don't know, undecided885.4
99) No answer191.2
Missing37418 
TOTAL1616100.0
113) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN HUNGARY. If there is a general election next Sunday, would you go to vote? If yes, then which party would you vote for? (H_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) HDF - Hungarian Democratic Forum101.0
2) FFD - Free Democrats323.2
3) ISHP - Independent Small Holders303.0
4) HSP - Hungarian Socialist Party21721.7
5) FYD - Federation of Young Democrats27327.3
6) CDPP - Christian Democratic People's Party141.4
7) HSPW - Socialist Workers222.2
8) HIJP - Hungarian Truth202.0
95) Other party101.0
96) Would not vote; no party preference, don't vote17417.4
97) Refused535.3
98) Don't know, can't choose13613.6
99) No answer90.9
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
114) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN ITALY. If there would be a political election, which party would you vote for? (I_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Rifondazione Communista (Bertinotti)393.9
2) Nuovi Communisti Italia (Cossutta)70.7
3) PDS (d'Alema)11010.9
4) Verdi (Ripa di Meana)222.2
5) Socialisti Italiani (Boselli Intini)20.2
6) Partito Popolare Italiano252.5
7) Patto Segni30.3
8) Rinnovamento Italiano (Dini)50.5
9) Lega Nord (Bossi)313.1
10) UDR (Cossiga)30.3
11) CCD (Casini)161.6
12) Lista pannella Riformatori70.7
13) Forza Italia (Berlusconi)10810.7
14) Alleanza Nazionale (Fini)777.6
15) Movimento Sociale (fiamma tricolore)70.7
95) Other party131.3
96) Would not vote; no party preference939.2
99) No answer44043.7
Missing38026 
TOTAL1008100.0
115) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN ISRAEL. Political affiliation (IL_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Likud27923.1
2) Israel one, gesher29424.3
3) Shase786.5
4) Meretz867.1
5) Mafdal534.4
6) Yahadut-hatora494.1
7) Haehud haleumi171.4
8) Shinuy272.2
9) The center party221.8
10) Am ehad60.5
11) Israel baliya332.7
12) Israel byteno80.7
13) Hadash978.0
14) Other left party141.2
15) Other right party80.7
16) Other religious party30.2
95) Other party90.7
96) No vote; No party preference534.4
97) Refused615.0
99) No answer110.9
Missing37826 
TOTAL1208100.0
116) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN IRELAND. If there were a general election tomorrow, which party would you vote for? (IRL_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Fianna Fail44143.7
2) Fine Gael16416.2
3) Labour949.3
4) Worker's Party262.6
5) Progressive Party232.3
6) Green Party353.5
7) Sinn Fein181.8
8) Democratic left70.7
95) Other party15615.4
96) Would not vote; No party preference464.6
Missing38024 
TOTAL1010100.0
117) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN JAPAN. What is your party preference? (J_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Liberal Democratic30722.4
2) The Democratic Party654.8
3) Liberal party211.5
4) New Komeito413.0
5) Japanese Communist Party463.4
6) Social democratic party372.7
96) No party preference85062.1
99) No answer10.1
Missing37666 
TOTAL1368100.0
118) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN LATVIA. Party affiliation (LV_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Latvian Liberal party40.3
2) Latvian Farmers Union746.2
3) Political Association of the U40.3
4) Latvian Unity Party252.1
5) Labour and Justice231.9
6) National Harmony Party292.4
7) Union of Latvian Farmers151.3
8) Party of Russian Citizens60.5
9) Democratic Party1189.8
10) Latvian Socialist Party191.6
11) Latvian National Democratic Party50.4
12) Party Our Land20.2
13) People's Movement for322.7
14) Union for Fatherland1129.3
15) Latvian Popular Front100.8
16) Political Union of E40.3
17) Latvia's Way15012.5
18) Latvian National Conservatives433.6
19) The Democrat's Party40.3
95) Other Party10.1
96) No vote41534.6
97) Refused40.3
98) Don't know504.2
99) No answer514.3
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
119) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN NORWAY. Do you consider yourself as a supporter of a political party? If so, which party? (N_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Red Electoral Alliance (Roed Valgallianse) Marxist-leninist and independent socialists161.0
2) Labour Party (Det norske Arbeiderparti) Social Democrats46830.5
3) Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet) Liberalist Party to the right of the Conservative Party.17511.4
4) Conservative Party (Hoeyre)1459.5
5) Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti)16110.5
6) Centre Party (Senterpartiet) Formerly the Agrarian Party744.8
7) Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti)865.6
8) Liberal party382.5
95) Other party80.5
96) No party preference; Wouldn't vote593.9
98) Don't know28118.3
99) No answer211.4
Missing37502 
TOTAL1532100.0
120) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN NETHERLANDS. If there were parliamentary elections now, which party would you vote for? (NL_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Labor party48624.1
2) Liberal party34016.8
3) Christian Democratic27713.7
4) Democrats 66-D661447.1
5) Calvinist State Party - SGP321.6
6) Calvinist Political Alliance - GPV291.4
7) Calvinist Political Federation - RPF361.8
8) Green Left Party1698.4
9) Centrum Democrats40.2
10) Socialist Party - SP592.9
11) Union 55 Plus40.2
12) General Union of the Netherlands70.3
94) Vote Blank90.4
95) Other Party30.1
96) Would not vote; not eligible25412.6
97) Refused150.7
98) Don't know1527.5
Missing37014 
TOTAL2020100.0
121) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN NEW ZEALAND. Generally speaking, in politics do you usually think of yourself as: (NZ_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) ATC141.4
2) Alliance565.6
3) Christian Coaltion161.6
4) Labour Party27427.5
5) National party33233.3
6) New Zealand First10210.2
7) United50.5
95) Other Party80.8
96) No preference, would not vote444.4
98) Don't know10010.0
99) No answer474.7
Missing38036 
TOTAL998100.0
122) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN PORTUGAL. Party affiliation (P_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) CDS, PP302.5
2) CDU-PCP756.2
3) MRPP10.1
4) PPD, PSD26922.4
5) PS35329.4
6) PSR50.4
7) UDP10.1
95) Other Party10.1
96) None; no preference44737.2
98) Don't know171.4
99) No answer20.2
Missing37833 
TOTAL1201100.0
123) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN POLAND. Party preference (PL_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Solidarity Election Action14012.2
2) Christian Democracy90.8
3) Pensioners' Party312.7
4) Pensioners' Alliance151.3
5) Polish Peasants' Party564.9
6) Peoples Democratic Party40.3
7) Movement for the Reconstruction of Poland181.6
8) Democratic Left Alliance24421.3
9) Union of Real Politics111.0
10) Labour Union403.5
11) Freedom Union736.4
12) 'Self Defense' Farmers80.7
95) Other party90.8
96) Would not vote, no preference28825.1
98) Don't know19416.9
99) No answer70.6
Missing37887 
TOTAL1147100.0
124) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN REPUBLIC OF CHILE. Which political party do you favor? (RCH_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Christian Democratic37625.0
2) Independent Democratic Party734.9
3) Communist Party of Chile201.3
4) National Renewal Party704.7
5) Chilean Socialist Party815.4
6) Radical Social Democratic Party70.5
7) Progressive Centre90.6
8) Democracy Party775.1
9) Vote for an independent candidate362.4
94) Vote blank19112.7
95) Other party30.2
96) Would not vote; no party preference29819.8
98) Don't know16410.9
99) No answer986.5
Missing37531 
TOTAL1503100.0
125) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES. Which political party do you favor? (RP_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Lakas NUCD-UMDP1189.8
2) Lakas ng Demokratiko-LDP70.6
3) Nationalists People - NPC40.3
4) People's Reform Party - PRP20.2
5) Liberal party231.9
6) Nacionlista Party - NP70.6
7) Philippines Democratic Party - PDP-LABAN121.0
8) Partido Democratico - PDSP10.1
9) Lapiang Manggagawa - LM30.3
10) Partido ng Masang Pilipino - PMP332.8
12) Lilusang Bagong Lipunan - KBL30.3
13) Bicol Sara10.1
14) Partido Panghiusa - PP20.2
16) Partido ni Roco90.8
17) Lammp1119.3
18) Laban ng Alyansang10.1
19) Erap Party332.8
21) Promdi373.1
22) De Venecia's Party10.1
23) Ramos Party40.3
24) Herbert Baustista Party10.1
25) Independent Party10.1
26) Obet Pagdanganan Party20.2
27) De Venecia Party10.1
28) Bando Osmena Pundok Kauswayan10.1
96) No party preference78265.2
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
126) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN RUSSIA. Which party would you vote for at the next election? (RUS_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Agrarian Party181.1
2) National-Patriotic Union513.0
3) Yabloko18510.9
4) Women of Russia100.6
5) Our home is Russia - NDR533.1
6) Democratic Choice of Russia - DVR100.6
7) KPRF18711.0
8) LDPR694.1
9) Peoples Republican Party492.9
95) Other party855.0
98) Don't know, hard to say98657.9
Missing37331 
TOTAL1703100.0
127) ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS IN SWEDEN. Which political party do you most agree with? (S_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) C - Centre Party292.4
2) FP - Liberals645.4
3) KDS - Christ Democrats322.7
4) MP - Green Party474.0
5) M - Liberal Conservatives22719.1
6) S - Social Democrats26622.4
7) VP - Socialists867.2
95) Other party181.5
96) No party preference39833.5
99) No answer221.9
Missing37845 
TOTAL1189100.0
128) ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS IN SLOVAK REPUBLIC. Which political party do you most agree with? (SK_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic Party181.4
2) Democratic Union594.6
3) Move for Democratic Slovakia26520.6
4) Communist Party100.8
5) Christian Democratic Movement1128.7
6) Our Slovakia60.5
7) Slovak National party735.7
8) Social Democratic Party of Slovakia181.4
10) Party of Democratic Left1169.0
11) Slovak Magyar Coalition826.4
12) Party of Civil Consideration15812.3
13) Party of Enterprise and Craft30.2
14) Green Party of SK90.7
16) Association of SK Workers211.6
95) Other Party221.7
96) No party preference957.4
98) Don't know21716.9
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
129) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN SLOVENIA. If there were elections next week, which party or party candidate would you vote for? (SLO_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) DS - Democratic Party (Demokratska stranka)272.7
2) DESUS - Democratic Retired Persons Party242.4
3) LDS - Liberal Democratic Party (Liberalno demokratska stranka)16416.3
4) SLS - Peoples Party (Slovenska Ljudska Stranka)707.0
5) SNS - Slovenian National party101.0
6) SDS - Social Democratic Party (Socialdemokratska stanka Slovenije)818.1
7) SKD - Slovenian Christian Democrats (Slovenski krscanski demokrati)404.0
8) ZLSD - Combined list Social Democrats (Zdruzena lista socialnih demokratov)464.6
9) ZS - Green Party (Zeleni-oekosocialna stanka)70.7
95) Other Party151.5
96) Would not vote; No party preference21221.1
98) Don't know31030.8
Missing38028 
TOTAL1006100.0
130) ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself as a Republican, Democrat, Independent, or what? (If Republican or Democrat) Would you call yourself a strong or not a very strong Republican or Democrat? (If Independent) Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican or Democratic party? (The recode considers both the party affiliation and the subjective intensity of that party affiliation.) (USA_PRTY)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat15712.2
2) Not very strong Democrat27721.6
3) Independent, close to Democrat16212.6
4) Independent20315.8
5) Independent, close to Republican1108.6
6) Not very strong Republican22717.7
7) Strong Republican1098.5
95) Other Party362.8
99) No answer30.2
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
131) Size of household. Total number of persons living in household. (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels). (HOMPOP)
TOTAL%
1) One person589915.6
2) 21029927.3
3) 3726119.2
4) 4784820.8
5) 535279.3
6) 615004.0
7) 76671.8
8) 82650.7
9) 91150.3
10) 10620.2
11) 11420.1
12) 12270.1
13) 1350.0
14) 1450.0
15) 1550.0
17) 1720.0
20) 2010.0
99) No answer, don't know, refused1940.5
Missing1310 
TOTAL37724100.0
132) Household cycle-household composition (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (HHCYCLE)
TOTAL%
1) Single household521816.4
2) 1 adult, 1 child5111.6
3) 1 adult, 2 children2840.9
4) 1 adult, 3 or more children1310.4
5) 2 adults835626.2
6) 2 adults, 1 child30559.6
7) 2 adults, 2 children327810.3
8) 2 adults, 3 or more children15064.7
9) 3 adults29409.2
10) 3 adults with children22777.1
11) 4 adults16885.3
12) 4 adults with children11573.6
13) 5 adults4211.3
14) 5 adults with children4031.3
15) 6 adults1320.4
16) 6 adults with children1600.5
17) 7 adults280.1
18) 7 adults with children410.1
19) 8 adults120.0
20) 8 adults with children140.0
22) 9 adults with children60.0
24) 10 adults with children30.0
95) Otherwise160.1
99) No answer, refused2520.8
Missing7145 
TOTAL31889100.0
133) Urban-rural area (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (URBRURAL)
TOTAL%
1) Urban area1455252.2
2) Suburbs of a large town/city492017.7
3) Rural area811329.1
9) No answer2751.0
Missing11174 
TOTAL27860100.0
134) Size of community: Austria (A_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) > 1 million, Vienna19319.3
2) 50,001 - 1,000,000 inhabitants13913.9
3) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants626.2
4) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants727.2
5) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants10510.5
6) 3,001 - 5,000 inhabitants12312.3
7) 2,001 - 3000 inhabitants10910.9
8) Less than 2,000 inhabitants19919.9
Missing38032 
TOTAL1002100.0
135) Size of community: Australia (AUS_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Metropolitan area, > 500,000 inhabitants52039.7
2) City, up to 500,000 inhabitants16012.2
3) Middle sized city, up to 100,000 inhabitants20916.0
4) Town, up to 20,000 inhabitants21116.1
5) Village, under 1,000 inhabitants624.7
6) Farm806.1
99) No answer685.2
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
136) Size of community: Bulgaria (BG_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Sofia, 1.2 million inhabitants13912.6
2) 100,001 - 500,000 inhabitants16815.2
3) 20,001 - 100,000 inhabitants31128.2
4) 2,001 - 20,000 inhabitants17215.6
5) Up to 2,000 inhabitants31228.3
Missing37932 
TOTAL1102100.0
137) Size of community: Cyprus (CY_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 100,001 inhabitants and more27327.3
2) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants22222.2
3) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants10510.5
4) 5,001 - 20,000 inhabitants353.5
5) 1,001 - 5,000 inhabitants27627.6
6) Less than 1,000 inhabitants898.9
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
138) Size of community: Czech Republic. To which category does the settlement you live in belong? (CZ_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Prague, 1,200,000 inhabitants12810.5
2) City, more than 100,000 inhabitants13410.9
3) Large city, 50,000 - 100,000 inhabitants1078.7
4) Larger town, 10,000 - 49,999 inhabitants23619.3
5) Small town, 5,000 - 9,999 inhabitants12710.4
6) Larger village, 2,000 - 4,999 inhabitants12710.4
7) Village, 1,000 - 1,999 inhabitants1129.2
8) Village, less than 1,000 inhabitants25320.7
Missing37810 
TOTAL1224100.0
139) Size of community: Germany. Political size of municipality (D_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 500,000 inhabitants and more28914.4
2) 100,000 - 499,999 inhabitants38619.2
3) 50,000 - 99,999 inhabitants1587.9
4) 20,000 - 49,999 inhabitants34617.2
5) 5,000 - 19,999 inhabitants42020.9
6) 2,000 - 4,999 inhabitants1989.9
7) Up to 1,999 inhabitants20910.4
Missing37028 
TOTAL2006100.0
140) Size of community: Denmark (DK_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Great Cophenhagen29626.6
2) > 50,000 inhabitants14212.7
3) 20,000 - 49,999 inhabitants1019.1
4) 10,000 - 19,999 inhabitants706.3
5) 2,000 - 9,999 inhabitants19217.2
6) < 2,000 inhabitants31328.1
Missing37920 
TOTAL1114100.0
141) Size of community: Spain (E_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) > than 1,000,000 inhabitants (Madrid and Barcelona)29912.0
2) 400,001 - 1,000,000 inhabitants1656.6
3) 100,001 - 400,000 inhabitants59223.8
4) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants2389.6
5) 10,001 - 50,000 inhabitants59323.8
6) 2,001 - 10,000 inhabitants40316.2
7) < 2,000 inhabitants1988.0
Missing36546 
TOTAL2488100.0
142) Size of community: France (F_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Paris11910.5
2) > 500,000 inhabitants605.3
3) 100,001 - 500,000 inhabitants15313.5
4) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants756.6
5) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants11810.4
6) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants1018.9
7) 2,001 - 10,000 inhabitants21819.2
8) < 2,000 inhabitants24021.2
99) No answer494.3
Missing37901 
TOTAL1133100.0
143) Size of community: Hungary. Number of permanent residents (H_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Budapest: 2 million inhabitants19219.2
2) 100,001 - 2 milion inhabitants868.6
3) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants676.7
4) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants12512.5
5) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants999.9
6) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants939.3
7) 2,001 - 5,000 inhabitants13313.3
8) 1,001 - 2,000 inhabitants999.9
9) < 1,000 inhabitants10610.6
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
144) Size of community: Italy. Size of municipalities (I_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) > 500,000 inhabitants13513.4
2) 100,001 - 500,000 inhabitants10310.2
3) 30,001 - 100,000 inhabitants20920.7
4) 10,001 - 30,000 inhabitants22822.6
5) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants14414.3
6) < 5,000 inhabitants18918.8
Missing38026 
TOTAL1008100.0
145) Size of community: Israel (IL_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) > 100,000 inhabitants54845.4
2) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants17514.5
3) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants23919.8
4) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants937.7
5) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants463.8
6) 2,501 - 5,000 inhabitants766.3
7) < 2,500 inhabitants312.6
Missing37826 
TOTAL1208100.0
146) Size of community: Japan (J_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 1 million inhabitants or more25318.5
2) 300,000 - 999,999 inhabitants21916.0
3) 100,000 - 299,999 inhabitants32523.8
4) Less than 100,000 inhabitants26719.5
5) Town or village30422.2
Missing37666 
TOTAL1368100.0
147) Size of community: Latvia (LV_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) > 500,000 inhabitants33327.8
2) 100,001 - 500,000 inhabitants746.2
3) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants635.3
4) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants594.9
5) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants1068.8
6) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants1119.3
7) 2,001 - 5,000 inhabitants554.6
8) Rural, < 2,000 inhabitants39933.3
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
148) Size of community: Norway (N_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Urban, > 100,000 inhabitants34122.3
2) 30,000 - 99,999 inhabitants33121.6
3) 3,000 - 29,999 inhabitants77250.4
4) Rural - < 3,000 inhabitants885.7
Missing37502 
TOTAL1532100.0
149) Size of community: Netherlands (NL_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 400,000 inhabitants29514.6
2) 100,000 - 400,000 inhabitants34317.0
3) 50,000 - 99,999 inhabitants31015.3
4) 20,000 - 49,999 inhabitants52325.9
5) 10,000 - 19,999 inhabitants40620.1
6) 5,000 - 9,999 inhabitants1346.6
7) Less than 5,000 inhabitants90.4
Missing37014 
TOTAL2020100.0
150) Size of community: New Zealand. What size of city or town do you live in? (NZ_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Large city, 100,000 and more36236.3
2) Medium city, 50,000 - 99,999 inhabitants11511.5
3) Small city, 30,000 - 49,999 inhabitants10310.3
4) Large town, 10,000 - 29,999 inhabitants929.2
5) Small town, 1,000 - 9,999 inhabitants16216.2
6) Village, < 1,000 inhabitants404.0
7) Farm or rural property10410.4
99) No answer202.0
Missing38036 
TOTAL998100.0
151) Size of community: Portugal. Size and type of place where respondent lives. (P_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 100,000 inhabitants16613.8
2) 20,000 - 100,000 inhabitants18015.0
3) 5,000 - 19,999 inhabitants34628.8
4) 1,000 - 4,999 inhabitants43135.9
5) Less than 1,000 inhabitants786.5
Missing37833 
TOTAL1201100.0
152) Size of community: Poland (PL_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 500,000 inhabitants1109.6
2) 250,000 - 500,000 inhabitants645.6
3) 100,000 - 249,999 inhabitants15913.9
4) 50,000 - 99,999 inhabitants867.5
5) 25,000 - 49,999 inhabitants11910.4
6) 10,000 - 24,999 inhabitants978.5
7) Less than 10,000 inhabitants706.1
8) Village44238.5
Missing37887 
TOTAL1147100.0
153) Size of community: Russia (RUS_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 1 million inhabitants45326.6
2) 500,001 - 1,000,000 inhabitants1619.5
3) 250,001 - 500,000 inhabitants1237.2
4) 100,001 - 250,000 inhabitants20311.9
5) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants23613.9
6) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants855.0
7) Urban, up to 20,000 inhabitants502.9
8) Rural39223.0
Missing37331 
TOTAL1703100.0
154) Size of community: Sweden (S_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 300,000 inhabitants38132.0
2) 90,000 - 300,000 inhabitants39833.5
3) 27,000 - 90,000 inhabitants23820.0
4) Less than 27,000 inhabitants595.0
99) No answer1139.5
Missing37845 
TOTAL1189100.0
155) Size of community: Slovak Republic (SK_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) Bratislava, Kosice13810.7
2) 50,001 - 100,000 inhabitants16112.5
3) 20,001 - 50,000 inhabitants18914.7
4) 10,001 - 20,000 inhabitants1259.7
5) 5,001 - 10,000 inhabitants947.3
6) 2,001 - 5,000 inhabitants19114.9
7) 501 - 2,000 inhabitants30223.5
8) < 500 inhabitants846.5
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
156) Size of community: Slovenia (SLO_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) More than 50,000 inhabitants (Ljubljana, Maribor)17617.5
2) 10,000 - 50,000 inhabitants15515.4
3) 4,000 - 10,000 inhabitants989.7
4) 2,000 - 4,000 inhabitants757.5
5) 500 - 2,000 inhabitants19819.7
6) Less than 500 inhabitants (small village)29128.9
99) No answer131.3
Missing38028 
TOTAL1006100.0
157) Size of community: United States. Size and type of place where respondent lives. (USA_SIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 1-9 million inhabitants997.7
2) 500,000 - 999,999 inhabitant443.4
3) 100,000 - 499,999 inhabitants21716.9
4) 50,000 - 99,999 inhabitants13010.1
5) 10,000 - 49,999 inhabitants39530.8
6) 1,000 - 9,999 inhabitants35527.6
7) Less than 999 inhabitants443.4
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
158) Region: Austria (A_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Vorarlberg353.5
2) Tirol797.9
3) Salzburg585.8
4) Oberoesterreich17417.4
5) Kaernten727.2
6) Steiermark15215.2
7) Burgenland454.5
8) Niederoesterreich19419.4
9) Wien19319.3
Missing38032 
TOTAL1002100.0
159) Region: Australia (AUS_REG)
TOTAL%
1) New South Wales34626.4
2) Queensland24418.6
3) South Australia1249.5
4) Tasmania705.3
5) Victoria27821.2
6) West Australia957.3
7) Northern Territory372.8
8) Australian Capital Territory524.0
99) No answer644.9
Missing37724 
TOTAL1310100.0
160) Bulgaria: Administrative regions (BG_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Sofia city14012.7
2) Burgas region11410.3
3) Varna region12611.4
4) Lovech region12010.9
5) Montana region908.2
6) Plovdiv region15914.4
7) Ruse region999.0
8) Sofia region12511.3
9) Haskovo region12911.7
Missing37932 
TOTAL1102100.0
161) Region: Canada. In what province do you reside? (CDN_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Newfoundland181.8
2) Nova Scotia111.1
3) Prince Edward Island202.1
4) New Brunswick586.0
5) Quebec17317.8
6) Ontario40441.5
7) Manitoba141.4
8) Saskatchewan70.7
9) Alberta13213.6
10) British Columbia13513.9
99) No answer, refused20.2
Missing38060 
TOTAL974100.0
162) Region: Switzerland (CH_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Zuerich17314.4
2) Bern15512.9
3) Luzern433.6
4) Uri60.5
5) Schwyz252.1
6) Obwalden60.5
7) Niwalden40.3
8) Glarus70.6
9) Zug80.7
10) Fribourg363.0
11) Solothurn403.3
12) Baselstadt252.1
13) Baselland363.0
14) Schaffhausen121.0
15) Appenzell AR40.3
16) Appenzell IR20.2
17) St. Gallen615.1
18) Graubuenden242.0
19) Aargau826.8
20) Thurgau302.5
21) Ticino14211.8
22) Vaud1109.1
23) Wallis473.9
24) Neuchatel473.9
25) Geneva655.4
26) Jura141.2
Missing37830 
TOTAL1204100.0
163) Region: Cyprus (CY_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Nicosia41641.6
2) Limassol28228.2
3) Larnaka, Famagusta21521.5
4) Paphos878.7
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
164) Czech Republic: Districts recoded into eight regions (CZ_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Prague13110.7
2) Central Bohemia13711.2
3) South Bohemia887.2
4) West Bohemia1219.9
5) North Bohemia1189.6
6) East Bohemia12510.2
7) South Moravia27122.1
8) North Moravia23319.0
Missing37810 
TOTAL1224100.0
165) Germany: Federal countries (D_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Schleswig-Holstein371.8
2) Hamburg311.5
3) Niedersachsen1135.6
4) Bremen160.8
5) Nordrhein-Westfalen25912.9
6) Hessen914.5
7) Rheinland-Pfalz512.5
8) Baden-Wuerttemberg1447.2
9) Bayern1959.7
10) Saarland201.0
11) Berlin-Ost974.8
12) Mecklenburg-Vorpommern1055.2
13) Brandenburg1587.9
14) Sachsen-Anhalt1788.9
15) Thueringen1597.9
16) Sachsen30915.4
17) Berlin-West432.1
Missing37028 
TOTAL2006100.0
166) Region: Denmark (DK_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Greater Copenhagen29626.6
2) Zealand20718.6
3) Funen11310.1
4) South, West Jutland15113.6
5) East Jutland19017.1
6) North Jutland15714.1
Missing37920 
TOTAL1114100.0
167) Region: Spain (E_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Andalucia43117.3
2) Aragon783.1
3) Asturias732.9
4) Baleares471.9
5) Canarias994.0
6) Cantabria341.4
7) Castilla-La Mancha1044.2
8) Castilla-Leon1626.5
9) Cataluna39515.9
10) Comunidad Valenciana2469.9
11) Extremadura662.7
12) Galicia1787.2
13) Madrid32413.0
14) Region de Murcia662.7
15) Navarra341.4
16) Pais Vasco1345.4
17) Rioja170.7
Missing36546 
TOTAL2488100.0
168) France - Departments (F_REG)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL113354.53527
169) Region: Hungary. 19 major administrative unit counties plus Budapest (H_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Budapest19219.2
2) Baranya373.7
3) Bacs-Kiskun404.0
4) Bekes424.2
5) Borsod-Abauj888.8
6) Csongrad353.5
7) Fejer464.6
8) Gyor-Sopron474.7
9) Hajdu-Bihar424.2
10) Heves383.8
11) Komarom424.2
13) Pest737.3
14) Somogy202.0
15) Szabolcs-Szatmar262.6
16) Szolnok676.7
17) Tolna343.4
18) Vas464.6
19) Veszprem333.3
20) Zala525.2
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
170) Italy: Geographic area (contains the groups of regions) (I_REG)
TOTAL%
1) North West (Piemonte, Val d'Aosta, Liguria, and Lombardia)27927.7
2) North East (Veneto, Trentino, Alto Adige, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Emilia Romagna)19619.4
3) Centre (Toscana, Marche, Umbira, and Lazio)18618.5
4) South and Islands (Abruzzi, Molise, Kampania, Puglia, Basilikata, Calabria, Sicilia, and Sardina)34734.4
Missing38026 
TOTAL1008100.0
171) Region: Israel (IL_REG)
TOTAL%
1) North26922.3
2) South14411.9
3) Tel-Aviv48239.9
4) Jerusalem16213.4
5) Arab Sector15112.5
Missing37826 
TOTAL1208100.0
172) Region: Japan. Nine administrative and geographic regions are grouped into six units. (J_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Hokkaido, Tohoku17813.0
2) Kanto, Kosinetu47434.6
3) Chubu19414.2
4) Kinki22616.5
5) Chugoku, Shikogu1349.8
6) Kyushu16211.8
Missing37666 
TOTAL1368100.0
173) Region: Latvia (LV_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Riga40033.3
2) Vidzeme27623.0
3) Kurzeme16213.5
4) Zemgale17114.3
5) Latgale19115.9
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
174) Region: Norway. Region substitutes county. (N_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central East: Capital and surrounding county33521.9
2) East44429.0
3) South coast with inland845.5
4) West coast with inland39125.5
5) Middle1328.6
6) North1469.5
Missing37502 
TOTAL1532100.0
175) Region: Netherlands (NL_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Groningen854.2
2) Friesland824.1
3) Drente432.1
4) Overijssel1045.1
5) Gelderland21410.6
6) Utrecht1346.6
7) Noord Holland38319.0
8) Zuid Holland43921.7
9) Zeeland673.3
10) Noord Brabant391.9
11) Limburg25012.4
12) Flevoland1808.9
Missing37014 
TOTAL2020100.0
176) Region: New Zealand. In which area do you live? (NZ_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Northland474.7
2) Auckland22822.8
3) Thames Valley121.2
4) Bay of Plenty515.1
5) Waikato787.8
6) Tongariro30.3
7) East Cape80.8
8) Hawkes Bay414.1
9) Taranaki313.1
10) Wanganui202.0
11) Manawatu484.8
12) Horowhenua151.5
13) Wellington959.5
14) Wairarapa191.9
15) Nelson Bays202.0
16) Marlborough121.2
17) West Coast90.9
18) Canterbury13713.7
19) Aorarangi222.2
20) Clutha-Central Otago252.5
21) Coastal-North Otago383.8
22) Southland292.9
99) No answer101.0
Missing38036 
TOTAL998100.0
177) Region: Portugal (P_REG)
TOTAL%
1) North43236.0
2) Centre22118.4
3) Lisbon and Tagus Val43035.8
4) Alentejo685.7
5) Algarve504.2
Missing37833 
TOTAL1201100.0
178) Region: Poland (PL_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central20618.0
2) Wielkopolska (Central-West)15913.9
3) Silesia (South-West)20017.4
4) West12811.2
5) Pomorze (North)12110.5
6) North-East998.6
7) East605.2
8) Malopolska (South-East)17415.2
Missing37887 
TOTAL1147100.0
179) Region: Republic of Chile. In which area do you live? (RCH_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Tarapaca402.7
2) Antofagasta453.0
3) Atacama241.6
4) Coquimbo553.7
5) Valparaiso16010.6
6) Libertador Genderal Bdo. O'Higgins805.3
7) Maule906.0
8) Bio Bio19012.6
9) La Araucania845.6
10) Los Lagos1057.0
11) Aisen100.7
12) Magallanes and Antarctic151.0
13) Metropolitna de Santiago60540.3
Missing37531 
TOTAL1503100.0
180) Region: Philippines. In which area do you live? (RP_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Great Manilla Area30025.0
2) Balance Luzon30025.0
3) Visayas30025.0
4) Mindanao30025.0
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
181) Region: Russia (RUS_REG)
TOTAL%
1) North653.8
2) North-West875.1
3) Central, Moscow48428.4
4) Volga, Vyatka885.2
5) Black Earth794.6
6) Volga17410.2
7) North Caucasian17510.3
8) Urals21212.4
9) West Siberia1579.2
10) East Siberia985.8
11) Far East844.9
Missing37331 
TOTAL1703100.0
182) Sweden: Region that respondent lives in. (S_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Stockholm22118.6
2) East Mid20116.9
3) Smaland Gotland1018.5
4) South17214.5
5) West14812.4
6) North mid1159.7
7) Mid north574.8
8) North615.1
99) No answer1139.5
Missing37845 
TOTAL1189100.0
183) Region: Slovak Republic (SK_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Bratislava county13410.4
2) Trnava county1209.3
3) Trencin county14010.9
4) Nitra county18814.6
5) Zilina county17313.5
6) Banska Bystrica county15512.1
7) Presov county19114.9
8) Kosice county18314.3
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
184) Slovenia: Local communities are recoded into regional classifications by the census bureau. (SLO_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Pomurska757.5
2) Podravska16015.9
3) Koroska454.5
4) Savinjska13012.9
5) Gorenjska11311.2
6) Zasavska282.8
7) Osrednja24924.8
8) Spodnjeposavska393.9
9) Dolenjska454.5
10) Goriska444.4
11) Obalnokraska484.8
12) Kraska303.0
Missing38028 
TOTAL1006100.0
185) United States: States were recoded into regions (U.S. Bureau of Census: regional classification) (USA_REG)
TOTAL%
1) New England604.7
2) Middle Atlantic19915.5
3) East North Central22017.1
4) West North Central886.9
5) South Atlantic24819.3
6) East South Central947.3
7) West South Central13410.4
8) Mountain786.1
9) Pacific16312.7
Missing37750 
TOTAL1284100.0
186) To which ethnic group or from which country are you or your ancestors coming? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording or category labels.) (ETHNIC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2124248.77225
187) Weighting factor (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3903410
188) Czech Republic: Original country specific education variable (CZ_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) Incomplete primary50.4
2) Primary completed17814.5
3) Lower vocational training28723.4
4) Secondary without secondary school diploma17614.4
5) Technical school with secondary school diploma32026.1
6) Academic secondary (general)967.8
7) Incompete tertiary322.6
8) Completed university, bachelor degree121.0
9) Completed university, master degree, Ph.D.1129.2
99) No answer60.5
Missing37810 
TOTAL1224100.0
189) France: Original country specific education variable (F_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None181.6
2) Primary incomplete (Ecole primaire sans le CEP)262.3
3) Primary completed (Ecole primaire avec le CEP)918.0
4) General secondary level 1 (College 6-3)968.5
5) Vocational secondary level 1 (Enseignment professioneel apres le college sans baccalaureat)17315.3
6) Vocational secondary level 3 (Enseignment professioneel apres le college avec baccalaureat)494.3
7) Incomplete general secondary level 2 (Enseignment general des lycees sans baccalaureat)797.0
8) General secondary level 2 completed (Enseignment general des lycees avec baccalaureat)877.7
9) College (Premier cycle universitaire)18816.6
10) University (Deuxieme ou troisieme cycle universitaire)32228.4
99) No answer40.4
Missing37901 
TOTAL1133100.0
190) Hungary: Original country specific education variable (H_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No formal schooling30.3
2) Less than primary13313.3
3) Eight years elementary25725.7
4) Vocational22222.2
5) Vocational and maturity141.4
6) Secondary technical and matura13413.4
7) Gymnasium, matura10610.6
8) College909.0
9) University414.1
Missing38034 
TOTAL1000100.0
191) Japan: Original country specific education variable (J_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) Compulsory school completed30322.1
2) High school completed58242.5
3) Junior college or higher professional school completed20014.6
4) University or graduate school completed19214.0
5) Still at high school or higher professional school (1-3 grade)493.6
6) Still at higher professional school (4-5 grade)362.6
7) Others30.2
99) No answer30.2
Missing37666 
TOTAL1368100.0
192) Republic of Chile: Original education variable (RCH_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None473.1
2) Incomplete primary44429.5
3) Primary completed18412.2
4) Incomplete secondary22515.0
5) Secondary completed32921.9
6) University incomplete634.2
7) University completed885.9
8) Incomplete non-university higher education362.4
9) Completed non-university higher education825.5
99) No answer50.3
Missing37531 
TOTAL1503100.0
193) Philippines: Original education variable (RP_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None191.6
2) Incomplete primary, some elementary16613.8
3) Primary, elementary completed18215.2
4) Incomplete secondary, some high school16914.1
5) Secondary completed, completed high school24320.3
6) Incomplete University, some college16513.8
7) University completed, college completed16613.8
8) Some vocational312.6
9) Completed vocational534.4
10) Post college60.5
Missing37834 
TOTAL1200100.0
194) Sweden: Original education variable (S_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) Primary or comprehensive school26122.0
2) Vocational school (72-92)16513.9
3) Vocational school (post 92)312.6
4) Vocational school (pre 72)937.8
5) Folk high school352.9
6) Lower secondary school (2 years)494.1
7) 3 or 4 years gymnasium14712.4
8) Gymnasium (academic)221.9
9) Higher secondary school413.4
10) University studies998.3
11) University degree22819.2
99) No answer181.5
Missing37845 
TOTAL1189100.0
195) Slovenia: Original country specific education variable (SLO_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) Incomplete elementary school636.3
2) Primary completed, completed elementary school19719.6
3) Incomplete vocational or middle school212.1
4) 2-3 years vocational25425.2
5) 4 years middle school27026.8
6) Incomplete university or higher qualification303.0
7) Higher degree completed (2 years)717.1
8) University degree919.0
99) No answer90.9
Missing38028 
TOTAL1006100.0
196) Great Britain: Original country specific education variable (GB_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No secondary qualifications23729.5
2) CSE or equivalent718.8
3) O-level17922.3
4) A-level789.7
5) Higher education below degree level16120.0
6) Degree, university or CNAA or diploma698.6
7) Foreign or other50.6
99) No answer40.5
Missing38230 
TOTAL804100.0
197) Switzerland: Original country specific education variable (CH_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) Primary school887.3
2) Secondary school13511.2
3) Apprenticeship55946.4
4) Secondary higher qualification, gymnasium1058.7
5) Master grade, special training615.1
6) Professional, technical, special higher qualification13911.5
7) University1149.5
99) Don't Know, Not applicable30.2
Missing37830 
TOTAL1204100.0
198) Bulgaria: Original country specific education variable (BG_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None191.7
2) Incomplete primary827.4
3) Primary completed20718.8
4) Incomplete secondary393.5
5) Secondary completed45541.3
6) University incomplete333.0
7) University completed16114.6
10) Basic completed, 3-4 years504.5
50) College completed555.0
99) No answer10.1
Missing37932 
TOTAL1102100.0
199) Northern Ireland: Original country specific education variable (NI_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No secondary qualifications37446.1
2) CSW or equivalent, O-level, GCSE21526.5
3) A-level or equivalent8610.6
4) Degree or higher below degree level11013.5
5) Other qualifications263.2
99) No answer10.1
Missing38222 
TOTAL812100.0
200) Denmark: Original country specific education variable (DK_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None36732.9
2) Basic vocational training787.0
3) Higher vocational training37733.8
4) Higher education short898.0
5) Higher education medium13512.1
6) Higher education long686.1
Missing37920 
TOTAL1114100.0
201) Poland: Original country specific education variable (PL_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No formal schooling80.7
2) Incomplete elementary595.1
3) Elementary28524.8
4) Basic vocational28825.1
5) Incomplete secondary443.8
6) Secondary general706.1
7) Secondary vocational20317.7
8) Post secondary373.2
9) Incomplete higher494.3
10) Completed higher1049.1
Missing37887 
TOTAL1147100.0
202) Canada: Original country specific education variable (CDN_DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) None10.1
2) Some grade school131.3
3) Finished grade school141.4
4) Some high school11111.4
5) Finished high school17017.5
6) Some college/CEGEP12512.8
7) Completed college14915.3
8) Some university959.8
9) Completed university17818.3
10) Graduate studies10711.0
99) No answer, refused111.1
Missing38060 
TOTAL974100.0
203) I-SEX: Sex of the respondent (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male1808246.4
2) Female2091653.6
Missing36 
TOTAL38998100.0
204) I-ATTEND: How often do you attend religious services? (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more, nearly every week676219.8
2) 2-3 times a month26787.8
3) Once a month19255.6
4) Several times a year636918.6
5) Less frequently658119.3
6) Never985928.8
Missing4860 
TOTAL34174100.0
205) I-AGE: Age of the respondent (See summary documentation for variation in category labels.) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
0) 16-30935724.0
1) 31-451156829.6
2) 46-641141429.2
3) 65+669517.2
TOTAL39034100.0
206) I-RELIGION: Respondent's religion (See summary documentation for variation in question wording and category labels.) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic1511639.7
2) Protestant832921.9
3) Orthodox28907.6
4) Jewish11112.9
5) Other17344.6
6) None888523.3
Missing969 
TOTAL38065100.0
207) I-MARITAL: Respondent's marital status (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married or living as married2362260.7
2) Widowed34088.8
3) Divorced22215.7
4) Separated7511.9
5) Never married, not married, single891822.9
Missing114 
TOTAL38920100.0