 Percentages are weighted by 265) WEIGHT; Total Ns reported are unweighted
 1) Unique Respondent Identification Number (QKEY)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 1826994.49 442929.33  2) Type of interview (COMPTYP)

TOTAL % 1) Long interview (with eligible respondent) 4.5 2) Short interview with ineligible (screened out) respondent, demographics asked 95.5 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 3) Created variable: Categorization of Jewish status, as used in summary report (where Jews by religion and Jews of no religion were categorized as Jews). See appendix for details on how the variable was created (FINALANALYSISTYPE) (FINALAN)

TOTAL % 1) Jews by religion 2 2) Jews of no religion .6 3) Jewish background 1.3 4) Jewish affinity .5 5) Not Jewish in any way 95.5 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 4) Sample type (SAMPTYP)

TOTAL % 1) Landline 43.1 2) Cell phone 56.9 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 5) Stratum from which respondent was sampled (QSTRATCD)

TOTAL % 1) Very low 63.2 2) Low 17.4 3) Medium 10.4 4) High 5.5 5) Very high 2.3 6) Orthodox 1 7) Russian .2 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 6) Stratum in which respondent resides. Based on selfreported ZIP Code if provided, otherwise based on sample from which respondent was samples. (FINAL_NUMERIC_STRATUM) (FINAL_NU)

TOTAL % 1) Very low 65.1 2) Low 16.3 3) Medium 9.9 4) High 5.5 5) Very high 1.9 6) Orthodox 1.3 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 7) Census region in which respondent resides. Based on selfreported ZIP Code if provided, otherwise based on sample information. (CREGION)

TOTAL % 1) East 20 2) Midwest 20.6 3) South 35.8 4) West 23.7 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 8) Language of interview (LANG)

TOTAL % 1) English 99.8 2) Russian .2 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 9) Indicates whether the respondent who completed the interview (whether short interview or long interview) was the original respondent or a respondent to whom the phone was handed off in an effort to interview a qualified respondent. (HANDOFF)

TOTAL % 0) No handoff, original respondent 99.4 1) Yes handoff, a respondent to whom the phone was handed off .6 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 10) RESPONSE GIVEN BY THE FINAL RESPONDENT INTERVIEWED TO THIS QUESTION15: Overall, how would you rate your community as a place to live? [READ] (QA1)

TOTAL % 1) Excellent 39.4 2) Good 42.4 3) Only fair [OR] 13.3 4) Poor 4.1 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .8 Missing 8 TOTAL 35921 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 11) RESPONSE GIVEN BY THE FINAL RESPONDENT INTERVIEWED TO THIS QUESTION16: Are you a homeowner, or not? (QA2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 56.4 2) No 43.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 8 TOTAL 35921 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 12) What is your present religion, if any? [THIS WAS A CLOSED ENDED QUESTION; SEE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR DETAILS] (FINALRELIG) (FINALREL)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 32.6 2) Roman Catholic 20.8 5) Jewish 2 6) Muslim 1.2 7) Buddhist .8 8) Hindu 1 9) Atheist 2.6 10) Agnostic 2.8 12) Or nothing in particular 16.7 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Christian 14.3 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian/Messianic Jew 0 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian (not including Messianic Jews) 0 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian religion 0 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and no religion/atheist/agnostic 0 21) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mormon .7 22) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Orthodox Christian .3 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian .1 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Wiccan/Pagan .3 42) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Spiritual .2 43) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Nondenominational .2 44) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Own beliefs 0 45) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Believer/Believe in God .1 46) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sikh .1 47) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Humanist/secular Humanist 0 48) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Hebrew Israelite 0 49) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Deist 0 50) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Bahai 0 97) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  Christian 0 98) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  not Christian 1.1 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 1.9 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 13) ASIDE from religion, do you consider yourself Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTES: RESPONDENTS VOLUNTEERING 'culturally Jewish' SHOULD BE COUNTED AS JEWISH. FOR ALL RESPONDENTS INDICATING THEY ARE JEWISH OR PARTIALLY JEWISH, PROBE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN 'Yes, Jewish' and 'Yes, partially Jewish.' DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESIS] (FINALQA4)

TOTAL % 1) Yes .7 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 1.4 3) No, do not 96.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.6 Missing 2877 TOTAL 33052 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 14) And did you have a Jewish parent or were you raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESIS] (FINALQA5)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) .4 2) No 98.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 Missing 4745 TOTAL 31184 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 15) Indicates eligibility for the survey and way in which the respondent qualified as eligible (INTTYPEFINAL) (INTTYPEF)

TOTAL % 1) JBR (Qualified for the survey in FINALRELIG, FINALRELIG=5, 14, 15, 16, 17) 2.1 2) SELFNBR (Qualified for the survey in FINALQA4, FINALQA4=1, 2) 2 3) BACKGROUND (Qualified for the survey in FINALQA5, FINALQA5=1) .3 9999) SCREENOUT, INELIGIBLE FOR THE MAIN SURVEY (FINALQA5=2,9) 95.5 TOTAL 35929 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 16) [DO NOT READ; ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX] (SEX)

TOTAL % 1) Male 49.9 2) Female 50.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 17) All in all, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in this country today? (QB1)

TOTAL % 1) Satisfied 33.4 2) Dissatisfied 62.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 18) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? [IF DK ENTER AS DK. IF DEPENDS PROBE ONCE WITH: Overall do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? IF STILL DEPENDS ENTER AS DK] (QB2)

TOTAL % 1) Approve 58.8 2) Disapprove 35.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.9 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 19) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling (a) the economy? [INSERT; ALWAYS ASK ITEM a FIRST, THEN RANDOMIZE ITEMS b AND c]? How about [NEXT ITEM]? [REPEAT INTRODUCTION IF NECESSARY] (QB3)

TOTAL % 1) Approve 54.1 2) Disapprove 41.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 20) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling (b) the nation's policy toward Israel? (QB3B)

TOTAL % 1) Approve 52.9 2) Disapprove 35.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 11.9 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 21) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling (c) dealing with Iran? (QB3C)

TOTAL % 1) Approve 47 2) Disapprove 39.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 13.7 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 22) Now, which statement comes closer to your own views even if neither is exactly right? [READ ITEMS IN ORDER] (QB4)

TOTAL % 1) Homosexuality should be accepted by society [or] 69.3 2) Homosexuality should be discouraged by society 24.1 3) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Neither/both equally 4 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 2.5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 23) If you had to choose, would you rather have a smaller government providing fewer services, or a bigger government providing more services? (QB5)

TOTAL % 1) Smaller government, fewer services 44.6 2) Bigger government, more services 46.8 3) Depends (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 24) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (a) Evangelical Christians [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 23.7 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 64.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 11.4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 25) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (b) Muslims [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AB)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 68.2 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 25.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 26) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (c) Jews [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AC)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 43.9 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 53.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.9 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 27) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (d) Catholics [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AD)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 15.3 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 79.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 28) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (e) atheists, that is, people who don't believe in God [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AE)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 26.3 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 65.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 8.6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 29) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (f) Blacks [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AF)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 59.1 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 38.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.9 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 30) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (g) Hispanics [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AG)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 54.8 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 40.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 31) Just your impression, in the United States today, is there a lot of discrimination against (h) gays and lesbians [INSERT; RANDOMIZE, BUT NEVER ASK ITEM c FIRST OR LAST], or not? (QB6AH)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is a lot of discrimination 67.5 2) No, not a lot of discrimination 27.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 32) Now thinking about the relationship between the United States and Israel... is the U.S. [RANDOMIZE: too supportive of Israel, nor supportive enough of Israel], or is U.S. support of Israel about right? (QC2)

TOTAL % 1) Too supportive 12.6 2) Not supportive enough 33.6 3) About right 48.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 33) Do you think a way can be found for Israel and an independent Palestinian state to coexist peacefully with each other, or not? (QC3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 57.2 2) No 35.5 3) It depends (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.8 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 34) [DO NOT READ TO RESPONDENT] Have you already told the respondent that this is a survey of Jews and people of Jewish background? (IREVEAL)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 51.2 2) No 48.8 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 35) Earlier, you said that you think of yourself as [IF FINAL Q.A4=1, INSERT: Jewish; IF FINAL Q.A4=2, INSERT: partially Jewish]. In your own words, could you please tell me in what way you consider yourself Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES WERE RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QE1_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QE1_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QE1_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QE1_1)

TOTAL % 11) Raised Jewish/had Jewish parent 33.3 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 2.5 13) Have Jewish grandparents 14.7 14) Have Jewish child .1 19) Have other Jewish relative (other than parent/spouse/grandparent/child) .9 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') 8.6 22) Culturally Jewish/Cultural heritage/tradition 3.1 23) Background/roots .1 29) Used to be Jewish .2 101) Religiously Jewish .6 102) Converted to Judaism/in process of converting 1 103) Interested in the religion/understand the religion/like the religion/studies the religion .1 104) Spiritual/Spiritual reasons (generic) .3 111) Believes in God .7 112) Scriptures/Old Testament/Bible 2.4 113) Shares Jewish religious beliefs (e.g., share the same God) .8 127) Through faith .4 128) Beliefs (general) 1.7 129) Values (general) .2 131) Participates in Jewish religious practices/Observes Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 1 132) Observes Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 1.4 151) Messianic Jew 1 152) Jesus was Jewish/other reference to Christianity (not necessarily Messianic Jew) 13 154) Hebrew/Hebrew Israelite .1 159) Mention of connection through other nonChristian religion (e.g., Islam) .4 199) Other reason related to beliefs, values, practices or religion 1.7 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 1.1 202) Admiration of Jews/sympathy for Jews/empathy for Jews .8 203) Feel close to Jews/Judaism 0 801) Support for Israel/connection to Israel .1 802) Everyone is Jewish 2 803) Money / good with money .1 804) Appearance (e.g., I look Jewish) .2 805) Jewish by choice/think of self as Jewish (e.g., 'because I am') .8 806) African/connection between Africa or Africans and Judaism .1 997) Not Jewish .1 998) Other responses 1.9 999) Don't know/refused 2.5 Missing 34061 TOTAL 1868 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 36) Earlier, you said that you think of yourself as [IF FINAL Q.A4=1, INSERT: Jewish; IF FINAL Q.A4=2, INSERT: partially Jewish]. In your own words, could you please tell me in what way you consider yourself Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES WERE RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QE1_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QE1_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QE1_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QE1_2)

TOTAL % 11) Raised Jewish/had Jewish parent 4.9 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 5.5 13) Have Jewish grandparents 6.8 14) Have Jewish child 4.3 19) Have other Jewish relative (other than parent/spouse/grandparent/child) 3 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') 8.2 22) Culturally Jewish/Cultural heritage/tradition 5.7 23) Background/roots .1 101) Religiously Jewish .2 102) Converted to Judaism/in process of converting .5 103) Interested in the religion/understand the religion/like the religion/studies the religion 2.9 104) Spiritual/Spiritual reasons (generic) 4.2 112) Scriptures/Old Testament/Bible 3.2 113) Shares Jewish religious beliefs (e.g., share the same God) .7 128) Beliefs (general) .2 129) Values (general) 2 131) Participates in Jewish religious practices/Observes Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 5.7 132) Observes Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 7.8 151) Messianic Jew 1.5 152) Jesus was Jewish/other reference to Christianity (not necessarily Messianic Jew) 8.7 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 6.4 202) Admiration of Jews/sympathy for Jews/empathy for Jews 5.4 801) Support for Israel/connection to Israel .2 802) Everyone is Jewish .9 806) 806 .1 998) Other responses 11.1 Missing 35761 TOTAL 168 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 37) Earlier, you said that you think of yourself as [IF FINAL Q.A4=1, INSERT: Jewish; IF FINAL Q.A4=2, INSERT: partially Jewish]. In your own words, could you please tell me in what way you consider yourself Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES WERE RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QE1_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QE1_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QE1_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QE1_3)

TOTAL % 13) Have Jewish grandparents 4.4 19) Have other Jewish relative (other than parent/spouse/grandparent/child) 5.8 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') 4 102) Converted to Judaism/in process of converting .6 103) Interested in the religion/understand the religion/like the religion/studies the religion .9 129) Values (general) 2.8 131) Participates in Jewish religious practices/Observes Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 36.5 132) Observes Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 21.3 199) Other reason related to beliefs, values, practices or religion 4.7 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 8 803) Money / good with money 3.3 998) Other responses 7.6 Missing 35899 TOTAL 30 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 38) To you personally, is being Jewish [INSERT; RANDOMIZE]? (QE3)

TOTAL % 1) Mainly a matter of religion, [OR] 18.4 2) Mainly a matter of ancestry, [OR] 29.4 3) Mainly a matter of culture [OR] 24 4) [VOL. DO NOT READ] All of these 16 5) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Two of these 10.4 6) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other/none of these .7 7) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Do not think of myself as Jewish .4 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 39) [DO NOT READ TO RESPONDENT] Are these two... (QE3A)

TOTAL % 1) Religion and ancestry 19 2) Religion and culture 15 3) Ancestry and culture 65.9 Missing 35366 TOTAL 563 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 40) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. A. Remembering the Holocaust. [INTERVIEWER NOTES: IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'important,' PROBE TO CLARIFY WHETHER THAT'S ESSENTIAL, IMPORTANT BUT NOT ESSENTIAL, OR NOT IMPORTANT; NOTE ALSO THAT THE QUESTION IS ABOUT WHAT IT MEASN TO BE JEWISH, NOT JUST WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO THE RESPONDENT  EMPHASIZE AS NECESSARY THAT WE ARE INTERESTED IN 'what BEING JEWISH means to you.'] (QE5A)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 68.2 2) Important but NOT essential 26.8 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 4.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .8 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 41) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. B. Leading an ethical and moral life. (QE5B)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 67.3 2) Important but NOT essential 24.7 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 6.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.9 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 42) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. C. Observing Jewish law [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONDENT ASKS IF WE MEAN OBSERVING 'HALAKHA (haLAHha),' CLARIFY THAT YES THAT IS WHAT WE ARE ASKING ABOUT] (QE5C)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 21.4 2) Important but NOT essential 38.2 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 36.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 3.5 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 43) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. D. Having a good sense of humor. (QE5D)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 42.4 2) Important but NOT essential 33.7 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 22 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.9 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 44) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. E. Working for justice and equality in society. (QE5E)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 56.5 2) Important but NOT essential 32.4 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 9.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.6 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 45) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. F. Being intellectually curious. (QE5F)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 46.3 2) Important but NOT essential 35.4 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 15.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.6 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 46) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. G. Eating traditional Jewish foods. (QE5G)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 14.5 2) Important but NOT essential 37.4 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 46.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.4 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 47) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. H. Caring about Israel. (QE5H)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 46.1 2) Important but NOT essential 40.9 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 12 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 48) Please tell me how important each of the following is to what BEING JEWISH means to you. I. Being part of a Jewish community. (QE5I)

TOTAL % 1) Essential part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 24.2 2) Important but NOT essential 41.1 3) Not an important part of what BEING JEWISH means to you 33.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 49) And just in your own words, is there anything I haven't mentioned that is an essential part of what being Jewish means to you? First mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'no,' DO NOT PROBE FURTHER; IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'yes' AND DOES NOT ELABORATE, PROBE ONCE WITH 'could you tell me what that is?'] (QE5K_1REC) (QE5K_1RE)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, Identity 1.5 2) Yes, History & Tradition 3.8 3) Yes, Family 4.4 4) Yes, Perpetuating Judaism 1.7 5) Yes, Jewish community 2.3 6) Yes, Israel .6 7) Yes, Persecution & Justice 2.6 8) Yes, Ethics & Values 6.3 9) Yes, Beliefs & Practices 6.5 10) Yes, Personality & Success 1.3 11) Yes, Bible/Commandments (includes references to Christianity) 2 12) Yes, Miscellaneous 2.2 98) No (to QE5k) 63.5 99) Don't know/refused/undesignated 1.3 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 50) And just in your own words, is there anything I haven't mentioned that is an essential part of what being Jewish means to you? Second mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'no,' DO NOT PROBE FURTHER; IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'yes' AND DOES NOT ELABORATE, PROBE ONCE WITH 'could you tell me what that is?'] (QE5K_2REC) (QE5K_2RE)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, Identity 4.9 2) Yes, History & Tradition 14.7 3) Yes, Family 6.6 4) Yes, Perpetuating Judaism 5.5 5) Yes, Jewish community 4.5 6) Yes, Israel 3.8 7) Yes, Persecution & Justice 8.5 8) Yes, Ethics & Values 16.5 9) Yes, Beliefs & Practices 22.5 10) Yes, Personality & Success 7.4 11) Yes, Bible/Commandments (includes references to Christianity) 1.6 12) Yes, Miscellaneous 3.5 Missing 35469 TOTAL 460 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 51) And just in your own words, is there anything I haven't mentioned that is an essential part of what being Jewish means to you? Second mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'no,' DO NOT PROBE FURTHER; IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'yes' AND DOES NOT ELABORATE, PROBE ONCE WITH 'could you tell me what that is?'] (QE5K_3REC) (QE5K_3RE)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, Identity 1.5 2) Yes, History & Tradition 15.5 3) Yes, Family 5.5 4) Yes, Perpetuating Judaism 4.9 5) Yes, Jewish community 5.2 6) Yes, Israel 8.9 7) Yes, Persecution & Justice 14.2 8) Yes, Ethics & Values 10.2 9) Yes, Beliefs & Practices 22.6 10) Yes, Personality & Success 8.6 11) Yes, Bible/Commandments (includes references to Christianity) 1.3 12) Yes, Miscellaneous 1.6 Missing 35832 TOTAL 97 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 52) In your opinion, can a person be Jewish if they do not believe in God, or not? (QE6A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, can be Jewish 54.7 2) No, cannot be Jewish 41.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 3.3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 53) In your opinion, can a person be Jewish if they work on the Sabbath, or not? (QE6B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, can be Jewish 88.9 2) No, cannot be Jewish 8.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 54) In your opinion, can a person be Jewish if they are strongly critical of the state of Israel, or not? (QE6C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, can be Jewish 82.5 2) No, cannot be Jewish 14.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 3.4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 55) In your opinion, can a person be Jewish if they believe that Jesus was the messiah, or not? (QE6D)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, can be Jewish 48.3 2) No, cannot be Jewish 45.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 56) Do you know the Hebrew alphabet, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'I know most of it' OR 'I used to,' PROBE ONCE WITH: So would you say you know the Hebrew alphabet, or not?] (QE7A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 36.2 2) No 63.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 57) When you read Hebrew, can you understand most of the words, some of the words, or just a few of the words? (QE7B)

TOTAL % 1) Most of the words 20.7 2) Some of the words 23 3) Just a few of the words 46.2 4) All of the words (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4 5) None of the words (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 33779 TOTAL 2150 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 58) And would you say you can carry on a conversation in Hebrew, or not? (QE7C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 8.4 2) No 86.9 3) Partially/kind of/sort of (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 59) As I read a few statements, please tell me if you agree or disagree with each one. First, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE]. Do you agree or disagree? ASK ITEM a ONLY OF THOSE WHO SELFIDENTIFY AS JEWISH (INTTYPEFINAL=1,2): A. I am proud to be Jewish. (QE9A)

TOTAL % 1) Agree 90.5 2) Disagree 6.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.7 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 60) As I read a few statements, please tell me if you agree or disagree with each one. B. I have a strong sense of belonging to the Jewish people. (QE9B)

TOTAL % 1) Agree 67.3 2) Disagree 31.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 61) As I read a few statements, please tell me if you agree or disagree with each one. C. I have a special responsibility to take care of Jews in need around the world. (QE9C)

TOTAL % 1) Agree 61.7 2) Disagree 36.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 62) In 2012, did you make a financial donation to any Jewish charity or cause, such as a synagogue, Jewish school, or a group supporting Israel? (QE10)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 44.2 2) No 54.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 63) How many of your close friends are Jewish? Would you say all of them, most of them, some of them, or hardly any of them? (QE11)

TOTAL % 1) All of them 4 2) Most of them 19.1 3) Some of them 48.3 4) Hardly any of them 24.8 5) [VOL. DO NOT READ] None of them 3 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .7 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 64) How emotionally attached are you to Israel? [READ LIST; READ IN REVERSE ORDER TO HALF SAMPLE] (QG2)

TOTAL % 1) Very attached 27.2 2) Somewhat attached 38.7 3) Not very attached 20.9 4) Not at all attached 12.6 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 65) And as far as you know, what do you think is the most important longterm problem facing Israel? First mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. PROBE ONLY FOR CLARITY  DO NOT PROBE IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'I don't know' AND DO NOT PROBE FOR ADDITIONAL MENTIONS.] (QG2B_1REC) (QG2B_1RE)

TOTAL % 1) Specific groups or countries 21.5 2) General threats 9.6 3) General violence 9.8 4) Relations and conflict 11 5) Peace and coexistence 16.8 6) Specific solutions to conflict 1.7 7) Both Israel and Palestine 2.7 8) Domestic problems 7.2 9) Criticism of Israel/Palestinian rights 3.7 10) United States 1.8 11) Miscellaneous 2.6 98) None/no challenge 1.9 99) Don't know/refused 9.7 Missing 33319 TOTAL 2610 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 66) And as far as you know, what do you think is the most important longterm problem facing Israel? Second mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. PROBE ONLY FOR CLARITY  DO NOT PROBE IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'I don't know' AND DO NOT PROBE FOR ADDITIONAL MENTIONS.] (QG2B_2REC) (QG2B_2RE)

TOTAL % 1) Specific groups or countries 25.5 2) General threats 14.4 3) General violence 15.4 4) Relations and conflict 6.5 5) Peace and coexistence 6.4 6) Specific solutions to conflict 3.5 7) Both Israel and Palestine 7.3 8) Domestic problems 9.8 9) Criticism of Israel/Palestinian rights 3.3 10) United States 4.6 11) Miscellaneous 3.2 Missing 35466 TOTAL 463 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 67) And as far as you know, what do you think is the most important longterm problem facing Israel? Third mention. [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE. PROBE ONLY FOR CLARITY  DO NOT PROBE IF RESPONDENT SAYS 'I don't know' AND DO NOT PROBE FOR ADDITIONAL MENTIONS.] (QG2B_3REC) (QG2B_3RE)

TOTAL % 1) Specific groups or countries 32.7 2) General threats 21.6 3) General violence 7.4 4) Relations and conflict 1.6 5) Peace and coexistence 1.2 6) Specific solutions to conflict .9 7) Both Israel and Palestine 1.1 8) Domestic problems 11.9 9) Criticism of Israel/Palestinian rights 1.2 10) United States 11.1 11) Miscellaneous 9.3 Missing 35826 TOTAL 103 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 68) Have you ever been to Israel, or not? [INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF RESPONDENT SAYS THEY LIVED IN ISRAEL OR WERE BORN IN ISRAEL, CODE AS 1YES] (QG3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 30.1 2) No 69.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 69) Have you been to Israel once or more than once? (QG3B)

TOTAL % 1) Once 46.7 2) More than once 50.8 3) Lived in Israel (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 33835 TOTAL 2094 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 70) Do you think the current Israeli government is making a sincere effort to bring about a peace settlement with the Palestinians, or don't you think so? (QG5)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, making a sincere effort 38 2) No, don't think so 47.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 14.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 71) Do you think the current Palestinian leadership is making a sincere effort to bring about a peace settlement with Israel, or don't you think so? (QG6)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, making a sincere effort 13.4 2) No, don't think so 72.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 14 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 72) In your opinion, does the continued building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank [READ LIST; RANDOMIZE ORDER OF OPTIONS 1 AND 2, THEN READ 3 LAST]? (QG7)

TOTAL % 1) Help the security of Israel 18.3 2) Hurt the security of Israel 38.7 3) Or does it not make a difference? 30.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 12.2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 73) As I read a couple of things that some Jews in the U.S. have experienced, please tell me whether or not they have happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, have you been called offensive names because [IF INTTYPEFINAL IS LESS THAN 3, INSERT: you are Jewish; IF INTTYPEFINAL=3, INSERT: of your Jewish background], or not? (QG21A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 11.3 2) No, has not happened 88.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 74) As I read a couple of things that some Jews in the U.S. have experienced, please tell me whether or not they have happened to you in the past twelve months. In the past twelve months, have you been snubbed in a social setting or left out of social activities because [IF INTTYPEFINAL IS LESS THAN 3, INSERT: you are Jewish; IF INTTYPEFINAL=3, INSERT; of your Jewish background] (QG21B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 8.2 2) No, has not happened 91.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .7 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 75) Thinking about Jewish religious denominations, do you consider yourself to be (RANDOMIZE: Conservative, Orthodox, Reform), something else, or no particular denomination? NOTES: RESPONDENTS SAYING 'SOMETHING ELSE' WERE ASKED TO SPECIFY WHAT THAT IS, AND THEIR RESPONSES HAVE BEEN CODED AS INDICATED BELOW. UP TO THREE RESPONSES WERE RECORDED, THOUGH VERY FEW RESPONDENTS MENTIONED MORE THAN ONE ANSWER. THEY ARE CODED BELOW AS HAVING A 'MIX' OF RESPONSES. (QH1CMBREC) (QH1CMBRE)

TOTAL % 1) Conservative 19.3 2) Orthodox 7 3) Reform 26.5 10) No particular denomination 32.7 11) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Not practicing/not religious .6 12) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Secular .1 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Culturally Jewish .4 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Moderate .1 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Contemporary/openminded .1 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Atheist/agnostic .6 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sephardic 0 18) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Spiritual .2 31) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Reconstructionist .8 32) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish Renewal .2 33) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Liberal/progressive .8 34) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Kaballah .1 35) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Humanist/Humanistic Jewish .2 36) [VOL. DO NOT READ] African Hebrew Israelite .2 37) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Observant 0 38) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Traditional .2 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Reform .1 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Orthodox .1 42) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Just Jewish 0 43) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Reform/Traditional 0 44) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Reform/Orthodox 0 45) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/traditional 0 46) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Reform/Orthodox 0 47) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Orthodox/no particular denomination 0 48) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other mix of Jewish denominations .1 50) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Messianic Jew .8 51) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other Christian (i.e., Christian but not Messianic) 3.9 52) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix of Christianity/nonChristian faith (including Judaism) .2 53) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian .1 54) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Pagan/Wiccan .2 55) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Buddhist 0 56) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Muslim 0 57) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other nonJewish, nonChristian religion 0 58) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix of nonChristian faith and Judaism 0 60) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other 2.5 61) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Not Jewish .1 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused/undesignated 1.8 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 76) Do you consider yourself to be (RANDOMIZE: Modern Orthodox, Hasidic, Yeshivish,) or some other type of Orthodox? NOTE: RESPONDENTS SAYING 'OTHER TYPE OF ORTHODOX' WERE ASKED TO SPECIFY WHAT THAT IS, AND THEIR RESPONSES HAVE BEEN CODED AS INDICATED BELOW. (QH2REC)

TOTAL % 1) Modern Orthodox 34.4 10) Hasidic 31.5 11) Yeshivish 22.4 12) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Hasidic/Yeshivish 0 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] UltraOrthodox .7 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Heimish .6 20) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sephardic .4 21) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Liberal .8 23) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Regular/standard .4 24) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Just Orthodox 1 25) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other 3.6 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused/undesignated 4.4 Missing 35377 TOTAL 552 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 77) Aside from special occasions like weddings, funerals and bar mitzvahs (MITSvas), how often do you attend Jewish religious services at a synagogue, temple, minyan (MINyin) or Havurah (hahvuRAH)? [READ LIST] (ATTEND1)

TOTAL % 1) More than once a week 4 2) Once a week 5.1 3) Once or twice a month 8.7 4) A few times a year, such as for High Holidays 28 5) Seldom, or 21.3 6) Never 32.5 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 78) And aside from special occasions like weddings and funerals, how often do you attend nonJewish religious services? [READ LIST] [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONDENT ASKS, CLARIFY THAT WE ARE INTERESTED IN HOW OFTEN THEY ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES OF A RELIGION OTHER THAN JUDAISM] (ATTEND2)

TOTAL % 1) More than once a week 4.3 2) Once a week 8 3) Once or twice a month 4.6 4) A few times a year 15.8 5) Seldom, or 25.8 6) Never 41 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 79) How important is religion in your life  very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (QH5A)

TOTAL % 1) Very important 39.6 2) Somewhat important 25.6 3) Not too important 17.3 4) Not at all important 16.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .9 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 80) How important is being Jewish in your life  very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (QH5B)

TOTAL % 1) Very important 40.7 2) Somewhat important 35.7 3) Not too important 15.1 4) Not at all important 7.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.1 8888) Undesignated 0 Missing 31184 TOTAL 4745 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 81) Do you believe in God or a universal spirit, or not? (QH6)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 80.1 2) No 16.3 3) Other (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.4 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 82) How certain are you about this belief? Are you absolutely certain, fairly certain, not too certain, or not at all certain? (QH6B)

TOTAL % 1) Absolutely certain 63.4 2) Fairly certain 23.7 3) Not too certain 9.1 4) Not at all certain 2.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1 Missing 31976 TOTAL 3953 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 83) Some people believe God gave the land that is now Israel to the Jewish people. Other people do not believe this is literally true. Which comes closer to your view? [DO NOT READ LIST] (QH6C)

TOTAL % 1) Believe Israel given to the Jewish people by God 62.4 2) Don't believe this is literally true 30.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.7 Missing 31976 TOTAL 3953 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 84) Is anyone in your household currently a member of a synagogue or temple, or not? (QH8A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 26.4 2) No 72.8 3) Member of independent Havurah or minyan (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 4) No synagogue available/nearby (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 85) And is that you or someone else in your household? (QH8B)

TOTAL % 1) Respondent 27.4 2) Someone else in household 25.3 3) Both respondent and someone else in household (VOL. DO NOT READ) 47.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 34243 TOTAL 1686 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 86) Is anyone in your household currently a member of any Jewish organizations other than a synagogue or temple, or not? (QH8C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 19.4 2) No 79.1 3) None available/none nearby (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 87) And is that you or someone else in your household? (QH8D)

TOTAL % 1) Respondent 37.6 2) Someone else in household 36.8 3) Both respondent and someone else in household (VOL. DO NOT READ) 25.6 Missing 34720 TOTAL 1209 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 88) How often, if at all, does anyone in your household light Sabbath candles on Friday night? Would you say [READ LIST IN ORDER; DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (QH10)

TOTAL % 1) Always (every week) 12.5 2) Usually 5 3) Sometimes 21.9 4) Never 60.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 89) Do you [INSERT: RANDOMIZE], or not? A. Keep kosher in your home. (QH11A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 22.3 2) No 74.1 3) Other/depends/partially (VOL. DO NOT READ) 3.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 90) Do you [INSERT: RANDOMIZE], or not? B. Personally refrain from handling or spending money on the Jewish Sabbath. [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF ASKED, 'REFRAIN' MEANS TO NOT DO SOMETHING] (QH11B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 13.9 2) No 84.1 3) Other/depends/partially (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 91) Last Passover, did you hold or attend a Seder (SAYder), or not? (QH11C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 51.2 2) No 48 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .8 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 92) During the last Yom Kippur (yahm KIPer), did you fast [READ LIST IN ORDER]? (QH12)

TOTAL % 1) All day 29.2 2) Part of the day, or 14.2 3) Did you not fast? 53.1 4) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Could not fast due to health problems, age, pregnancy, nursing 2.8 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .8 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 93) Last Christmas, did your household have a Christmas tree, or not? (QH13)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 44 2) No 55.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 94) Would you describe yourself as a 'born again' or evangelical Christian, or not? (BORN)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, would 66.2 2) No, would not 27.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 8888) Undesignated 4.8 Missing 35165 TOTAL 764 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 95) Thinking about when you were a child, in what religion were you raised, if any? [THIS WAS A CLOSED ENDED QUESTION; SEE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR DETAILS] (CHRELIG)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 17.2 2) Roman Catholic 11 5) Jewish 51.2 6) Muslim .4 7) Buddhist .3 8) Hindu .3 9) Atheist 1.6 10) Agnostic 1.7 12) Or nothing in particular 7.7 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Christian 3.5 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian  Messianic Jew .2 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian (not including Messianic Jews) 2 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian religion .5 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and no religion/atheist/agnostic 0 21) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mormon .4 22) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Orthodox Christian .3 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian .3 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Wiccan/Pagan .1 43) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Nondenominational 0 47) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Humanist/secular humanist 0 48) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Hebrew Israelite 0 98) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  not Christian 1.2 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 96) ASIDE from religion, would you say you were raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTES: RESPONDENTS VOLUNTEERING THEY WERE REAISED 'culturally Jewish' SHOULD BE COUNTED AS JEWISH. FOR ALL RESPONDENTS INDICATING THEY WERE RAISED JEWISH OR PARTIALLY JEWISH, PROBE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN 'Yes, Jewish' and 'Yes, partially Jewish.' DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (QH15)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 6 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 36.6 3) No, were not 57 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 34031 TOTAL 1898 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 97) Thinking about your parents, which if either of them were Jewish? (READ LIST) (QH16)

TOTAL % 1) Your mother 16.1 2) Your father 17.6 3) Both your mother and father 47.4 4) Or neither your mother nor your father 17.4 10) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Stepparent was Jewish .6 11) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Grandparent or other ancestor was Jewish .3 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 98) So that I am sure I understand correctly, could you please tell me in what way you consider yourself to have been raised Jewish? First mention. [INTERVIEWERS WERE INSTRUCTED TO CODE UP TO 3, BUT NO RESPONDENTS GAVE MORE THAN 2 RESPONSES; QH17_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QH17_2 THE SECOND] (QH17_1)

TOTAL % 11) Raised Jewish/had Jewish parent 2.7 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 1 13) Have Jewish grandparents 14.7 15) Have Jewish stepparent .2 19) Have other Jewish relative (other than parent/spouse/grandparent/child) 4.8 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') .2 22) Culturally Jewish/cultural heritage/tradition .7 102) Converted to Judaism/in process of converting 1 112) Scriptures/Old Testament/Bible 9.9 113) Shared Jewish religious beliefs (e.g., share the same God) 2 127) Through faith .1 128) Beliefs (general) .2 131) Participated in Jewish religious practices/Observed Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) .8 132) Observed Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 1.4 151) Messianic Jew 1.2 152) Jesus was Jewish/other reference to Christianity (not necessarily Messianic Jew) 27.7 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 8.1 202) Admiration of Jews/sympathy for Jews/empathy for Jews .1 806) African/connection between Africa or Africans and Judaism .5 998) Other responses 12.8 999) Don't know/refused 9.7 Missing 35774 TOTAL 155 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 99) So that I am sure I understand correctly, could you please tell me in what way you consider yourself to have been raised Jewish? Second mention. [INTERVIEWERS WERE INSTRUCTED TO CODE UP TO 3, BUT NO RESPONDENTS GAVE MORE THAN 2 RESPONSES; QH17_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QH17_2 THE SECOND] (QH17_2)

TOTAL % 11) Raised Jewish/had Jewish parent 3.6 127) Through faith 3.9 131) Participated in Jewish religious practices/Observed Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 29.7 132) Observed Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 47.9 200) Other responses 5.6 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 9.1 Missing 35916 TOTAL 13 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 100) Now thinking about Jewish religious denominations, were you raised (READ IN SAME ORDER AS QH1 IF RESPONDENT RECEIVED QH1, OTHERWISE RANDOMIZE: Conservative, Orthodox, Reform), something else, or no particular denomination. [NOTES: RESPONDENTS SAYING 'SOMETHING ELSE' WERE ASKED TO SPECIFY WHAT THAT IS, AND THEIR RESPONSES HAVE BEEN CODED AS INDICATED BELOW. UP TO THREE RESPONSES WERE RECORDED, THOUGH VERY FEW RESPONDENTS MENTIONED MORE THAN ONE ANSWER. THEY ARE CODED BELOW AS HAVING GIVEN A 'MIX' OF RESPONSES.] (CHDENOM1CMBREC) (CHDENOM1)

TOTAL % 1) Conservative 27 2) Orthodox 13.1 3) Reform 27.6 10) No particular denomination 24.1 11) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Not practicing/not religious .2 12) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Secular .2 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Culturally Jewish .3 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Contemporary/openminded 0 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Atheist/agnostic .1 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sephardic .1 31) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Reconstructionist .4 33) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Liberal/progressive .1 35) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Humanist/Humanistic Jewish .1 37) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Observant 0 38) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Traditional .2 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Reform .3 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Orthodox .2 44) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Reform/Orthodox .1 45) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/traditional 0 46) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Conservative/Reform/Orthodox 0 47) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix Orthodox/no particular denomination 0 48) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other mix of Jewish denominations 0 50) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Messianic Jew .3 51) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other Christian (i.e., Christian but not Messianic) 2.3 52) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mix of Christianity/nonChristian faith (including Judaism) .1 53) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian 0 54) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Pagan/Wiccan .1 56) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Muslim 0 57) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other nonJewish, nonChristian religion .2 60) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other 1 61) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Not Jewish .1 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused/undesignated 1.8 Missing 31864 TOTAL 4065 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 101) And were you raised (READ LIST IN SAME ORDER AS QH2 IF RESPONDENT RECEIVED QH2, OTHERWISE RANDOMIZE: Modern Orthodox, Hasidic, Yeshivish), or some other type of Orthodox? [NOTE: RESPONDENTS SAYING 'OTHER TYPE OF ORTHODOX' WERE ASKED TO SPECIFY WHAT THAT IS, AND THEIR RESPONSES HAVE BEEN CODED AS INDICATED BELOW.] (CHDENOM2REC) (CHDENOM2)

TOTAL % 1) Modern Orthodox 46.2 10) Hasidic 23.5 11) Yeshivish 14.9 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] UltraOrthodox .3 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Heimish .4 20) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sephardic .5 22) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mixed/inbetween .1 23) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Regular/standard .5 24) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Just Orthodox 1.1 25) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other 4 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused/undesignated 8.4 Missing 35184 TOTAL 745 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 102) Did you have a formal conversion to Judaism, or not? (QH18)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 43.2 2) No 42 3) In the process of formally converting (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .8 8888) Undesignated 13.5 Missing 35824 TOTAL 105 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 103) When you were growing up, did you ever attend a fulltime Jewish school, such as a Yeshiva (yeSHEEva) or Jewish day school, or not? (QH19B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 18.1 2) No 81.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 0 8888) Undesignated .4 Missing 31338 TOTAL 4591 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 104) And for about how many years was that? [RECORD NUMBER OF YEARS, 020; ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN ONE YEAR] (QH19BB)

TOTAL % 0) Less than one year 5 1) 1 9.2 2) 2 9.2 3) 3 11.4 4) 4 9.4 5) 5 5.3 6) 6 4.3 7) 7 5.7 8) 8 2.4 9) 9 3 10) 10 4.9 11) 11 .5 12) 12 11.8 13) 13 3.4 14) 14 1.2 15) 15 5.6 16) 16 2.7 17) 17 .6 18) 18 1.4 19) 19 .1 20) 20 2.9 Missing 34956 TOTAL 973 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 105) And when you were growing up, did you ever participate in some other kind of formal Jewish educational program, such as Hebrew School or Sunday school, or not? (QH19C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 50.3 2) No 48.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .6 8888) Undesignated .4 Missing 31338 TOTAL 4591 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 106) And for about how many years was that? [RECORD NUMBER OF YEARS, 020; ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN ONE YEAR] (QH19CC)

TOTAL % 0) Less than one year 2.3 1) 1 5.9 2) 2 7.9 3) 3 9 4) 4 9.9 5) 5 12.5 6) 6 10.5 7) 7 6.2 8) 8 8.6 9) 9 2.8 10) 10 10.6 11) 11 1.9 12) 12 4.8 13) 13 2.8 14) 14 .6 15) 15 1.6 16) 16 .4 17) 17 .1 18) 18 .3 20) 20 1.5 Missing 33585 TOTAL 2344 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 107) When you were growing up, did you ever attend an overnight summer camp with Jewish content, or not? (QH20)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 31.1 2) No 67.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 8888) Undesignated .4 Missing 31338 TOTAL 4591 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 108) Did you have a [IF SEX=1, INSERT: Bar Mitzvah (bar MITSva); IF SEX=2, INSERT: Bat Mitzvah (baht MITSva)] when you were young, or not? (QH23)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 38.4 2) No 60.6 3) No, but had one as an adult (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 8888) Undesignated .4 Missing 31338 TOTAL 4591 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 109) Are you currently married, living with a partner, divorced, separated, widowed, or have you never been married? [IF R SAYS 'SINGLE,' PROBE TO DETERMINE WHICH CATEGORY IS APPROPRIATE] (MARITAL)

TOTAL % 1) Married 46.4 2) Living with partner 6.3 3) Divorced 12.3 4) Separated 2.2 5) Widowed 7 6) Never been married 25.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 110) In what year did you and your spouse get married? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: CURRENT MARRIAGES ONLY] (QH26)

TOTAL % 1921) 1921 .1 1933) 1933 0 1941) 1941 0 1943) 1943 0 1944) 1944 .1 1945) 1945 0 1946) 1946 .1 1947) 1947 .1 1948) 1948 .1 1949) 1949 .1 1950) 1950 .3 1951) 1951 .2 1952) 1952 .1 1953) 1953 .3 1954) 1954 .3 1955) 1955 .6 1956) 1956 .3 1957) 1957 .4 1958) 1958 .5 1959) 1959 .4 1960) 1960 .7 1961) 1961 .8 1962) 1962 .5 1963) 1963 .8 1964) 1964 .6 1965) 1965 .7 1966) 1966 .9 1967) 1967 .8 1968) 1968 .8 1969) 1969 .9 1970) 1970 1.5 1971) 1971 1.5 1972) 1972 1.3 1973) 1973 1 1974) 1974 1.1 1975) 1975 1.3 1976) 1976 1.4 1977) 1977 1.3 1978) 1978 1.3 1979) 1979 1.7 1980) 1980 1.8 1981) 1981 1.5 1982) 1982 2.2 1983) 1983 1.8 1984) 1984 1.7 1985) 1985 1.6 1986) 1986 2.7 1987) 1987 2.9 1988) 1988 2.3 1989) 1989 2.9 1990) 1990 2.2 1991) 1991 1.7 1992) 1992 2.6 1993) 1993 1.7 1994) 1994 1.6 1995) 1995 1.8 1996) 1996 1.3 1997) 1997 2.9 1998) 1998 1.8 1999) 1999 2.4 2000) 2000 2 2001) 2001 2.7 2002) 2002 1.8 2003) 2003 2 2004) 2004 2.4 2005) 2005 3.1 2006) 2006 3.3 2007) 2007 2 2008) 2008 2 2009) 2009 3 2010) 2010 2.3 2011) 2011 1.6 2012) 2012 1.8 2013) 2013 .6 8888) Undesignated .2 9999) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.8 Missing 33018 TOTAL 2911 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 111) And what is your (spouse's/partner's) religion, if any? [THIS WAS A CLOSED ENDED QUESTION; SEE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR DETAILS] (SPRELIG)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 20.3 2) Roman Catholic 15.2 5) Jewish 35.4 6) Muslim .5 7) Buddhist .6 8) Hindu .2 9) Atheist 3.7 10) Agnostic 2.4 12) Or nothing in particular 10.3 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Christian 7.8 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian  Messianic Jew .3 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian (not including Messianic Jews) .2 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian religion 0 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and no religion/atheist/agnostic .2 21) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mormon .2 22) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Orthodox Christian .4 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian .4 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Wiccan/Pagan 0 42) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Spiritual .3 44) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Own beliefs 0 45) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Believer/Believe in God 0 46) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Sikh 0 49) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Deist .1 50) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Bahai 0 97) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  Christian 0 98) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  not Christian 1.1 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .3 Missing 32726 TOTAL 3203 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 112) Aside from religion, does your (spouse/partner) consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTES: RESPONDENTS VOLUNTEERING 'culturally Jewish' SHOULD BE COUNTED AS JEWISH. FOR ALL RESPONDENTS INDICATING SPOUSE/PARTNER IS JEWISH OR PARTIALLY JEWISH, PROBE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN 'Yes, Jewish' and 'Yes, partially Jewish.' DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (QH28)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 5.2 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 9.6 3) No, do not 83.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2 Missing 34376 TOTAL 1553 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 113) And did your (spouse/partner) have a Jewish parent or was your (spouse/partner) raised Jewish or partially Jewish  or not? [DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (QH29)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 37.6 2) No 61.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .6 Missing 32726 TOTAL 3203 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 114) Categorization of the Jewish status of the respondent's spouse or partner, as used in summary report (where Jews by religion and Jews of no religion were categorized as Jews). See appendix for details on how the variable was created. Note that this variable includes information for respondents who are either married or living with a partner, but that the analysis of intermarriage contained in the summary report is restricted to those who are married (MARITAL=1). (SPOUSEANALYSISTYPE) (SPOUSEAN)

TOTAL % 1) Spouse/partner is Jewish by religion 35.4 2) Spouse/partner is Jew of no religion 1.3 3) Spouse/partner is of Jewish background 3.4 4) Spouse/partner is of Jewish affinity 6.1 5) Spouse/partner is not Jewish in any way 53.7 Missing 32726 TOTAL 3203 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 115) So that I am sure I understand correctly, could you please tell me in what way your (spouse/partner) considers themselves Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QH30_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QH30_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QH30_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QH30_1)

TOTAL % 11) Raised Jewish/had Jewish parent 2 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 22.7 13) Have Jewish grandparents 2.6 14) Have Jewish child 1.3 19) Have other Jewish relative (other than parent/spouse/grandparent/child) 1.3 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') 1.7 22) Culturally Jewish/Cultural heritage/tradition 1.6 101) Religiously Jewish 2 102) Converted to Judaism/in process of converting 4 103) Interested in the religion/understand the religion/like the religion/studies the religion .3 111) Believes in God 1.3 112) Scriptures/Old Testament/Bible 3.7 128) Beliefs (general) .3 129) Values (general) .7 131) Participates in Jewish religious practices/Observes Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 1.7 132) Observes Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 2.4 151) Messianic Jew .7 152) Jesus was Jewish/other reference to Christianity (not necessarily Messianic Jew) 20.8 199) Other reason related to beliefs, values, practices or religion 1 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 12.5 203) Feel close to Jews/Judaism .1 801) Support for Israel/connection to Israel 1.8 805) Jewish by choice/think of self as Jewish (e.g., 'because I am') .5 997) Not Jewish .1 998) Other responses 3.2 999) Don't know/refused 9 8888) Undesignated .7 Missing 35803 TOTAL 126 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 116) So that I am sure I understand correctly, could you please tell me in what way your (spouse/partner) considers themselves Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QH30_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QH30_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QH30_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QH30_2)

TOTAL % 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 57.9 14) Have Jewish child 2 21) Ethnically Jewish/nationality/ancestry (includes 'born Jewish' and 'Jewish by blood') 4.6 103) Interested in the religion/understand the religion/like the religion/studies the religion .9 129) Values (general) 6 131) Participates in Jewish religious practices/Observes Jewish law (including keeping kosher, observing Sabbath) 1.7 132) Observes Jewish holidays or Jewish customs (e.g., food, etc.) 6 201) Jewish friends/involvement or connection with Jewish people 4.3 202) Admiration of Jews/sympathy for Jews/empathy for Jews 16.6 Missing 35911 TOTAL 18 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 117) So that I am sure I understand correctly, could you please tell me in what way your (spouse/partner) considers themselves Jewish? [UP TO THREE RESPONSES RECORDED IN ORDER OF MENTION; QH30_1 REFLECTS FIRST MENTION, QH30_2 REFLECTS SECOND MENTION, QH30_3 REFLECTS THIRD MENTION] (QH30_3)

TOTAL % 12) Have (or had) Jewish spouse 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 118) Did your (spouse/partner) have a formal conversion to Judaism, or not? (QH31)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 55.5 2) No 30.4 3) Spouse/partner is in the process of formally converting (VOL. DO NOT READ) .6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.1 8888) Undesignated 12.5 Missing 35829 TOTAL 100 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 119) How old is your (spouse/partner)? (SPAGE)

TOTAL % 18) 18 0 19) 19 .1 20) 20 .7 21) 21 .3 22) 22 .2 23) 23 .3 24) 24 .8 25) 25 1.3 26) 26 .5 27) 27 .8 28) 28 1.2 29) 29 1.1 30) 30 1.8 31) 31 1.1 32) 32 1.7 33) 33 2.4 34) 34 1.5 35) 35 2.4 36) 36 1.7 37) 37 1.3 38) 38 1.5 39) 39 2 40) 40 2.2 41) 41 1.6 42) 42 1.7 43) 43 1.5 44) 44 1.2 45) 45 1.7 46) 46 1.9 47) 47 1.1 48) 48 1.5 49) 49 1.9 50) 50 2.8 51) 51 2 52) 52 1.8 53) 53 2.6 54) 54 1.2 55) 55 3.5 56) 56 3.2 57) 57 2.6 58) 58 2.1 59) 59 2 60) 60 3.4 61) 61 1.3 62) 62 2.8 63) 63 1.9 64) 64 2.1 65) 65 2.5 66) 66 1.7 67) 67 1.4 68) 68 1.3 69) 69 1.2 70) 70 2.5 71) 71 .9 72) 72 .9 73) 73 .6 74) 74 .5 75) 75 .8 76) 76 .3 77) 77 .8 78) 78 .3 79) 79 .2 80) 80 .7 81) 81 .2 82) 82 .6 83) 83 .4 84) 84 .3 85) 85 .3 86) 86 .3 87) 87 .2 88) 88 .1 89) 89 .1 90) 90 0 91) 91 .1 92) 92 .1 94) 94 0 95) 95 0 96) 96 0 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.3 Missing 32726 TOTAL 3203 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 120) And is your (spouse/partner) male or female? [INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF RESPONDENT SEEMS OFFENDED BY THIS QUESTION, EXPLAIN THAT WE JUST NEED TO CONFIRM BECAUSE SOME OF THE RESPONDENTS WE INTERVIEW MIGHT BE IN SAMESEX RELATIONSHIPS] (SPSEX)

TOTAL % 1) Male 47.3 2) Female 52.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 32726 TOTAL 3203 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 121) What is your age? (AGE)

TOTAL % 18) 18 2 19) 19 1.1 20) 20 .8 21) 21 1.2 22) 22 1.8 23) 23 1.6 24) 24 2.3 25) 25 1.5 26) 26 1.6 27) 27 1.9 28) 28 1.9 29) 29 1.2 30) 30 1.9 31) 31 1.4 32) 32 1.2 33) 33 1.8 34) 34 1.2 35) 35 2 36) 36 1.3 37) 37 1.3 38) 38 1.2 39) 39 1.2 40) 40 2.5 41) 41 .9 42) 42 1.6 43) 43 1.3 44) 44 1.3 45) 45 1.1 46) 46 1.3 47) 47 1.8 48) 48 2 49) 49 1.1 50) 50 2.2 51) 51 1.7 52) 52 2.8 53) 53 2 54) 54 1.4 55) 55 2.1 56) 56 2.1 57) 57 2.2 58) 58 2.4 59) 59 1.9 60) 60 2.5 61) 61 1.4 62) 62 2.3 63) 63 1.6 64) 64 2 65) 65 1.9 66) 66 1.6 67) 67 1.4 68) 68 1 69) 69 1.1 70) 70 1.6 71) 71 .9 72) 72 1 73) 73 .7 74) 74 .6 75) 75 .9 76) 76 .4 77) 77 .7 78) 78 .7 79) 79 .5 80) 80 .9 81) 81 .5 82) 82 .4 83) 83 .4 84) 84 .3 85) 85 .4 86) 86 .4 87) 87 .4 88) 88 .4 89) 89 .2 90) 90 .2 91) 91 .1 92) 92 .1 93) 93 .1 94) 94 0 95) 95 0 97) 97 or older 0 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 122) Would you say you are...? [READ LIST] (AGECAT)

TOTAL % 1) 18 to 29 3.4 2) 30 to 39 8.6 3) 40 to 49 10 4) 50 to 64 29.7 5) 65 or older 25.5 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Refused 22.8 Missing 35810 TOTAL 119 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 123) Did you ever participate in a TaglitBirthright [TAHGleet] Israel trip, or not? [INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT KNOW WHAT TAGLITBIRTHRIGHT IS, SAY: TaglitBirthright is a charitable organization that sends Jewish young adults on trips to Israel.] (BIRTHRIGHT) (BIRTHRIG)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 37.5 2) No 62.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 35403 TOTAL 526 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 124) What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received? [DO NOT READ] [INTERVIEWER NOTE: Enter code 3HS grad if R completed training that did NOT count toward a degree] (EDUC)

TOTAL % 1) Less than high school (Grades 18 or no formal schooling) .8 2) High school incomplete (Grades 911 or Grade 12 with NO diploma) 3.1 3) High school graduate (Grade 12 with diploma or GED certificate) 18.2 4) Some college, no degree (includes community college) 16.9 5) Twoyear associate degree from a college or university 12.9 6) Fouryear college or university degree/bachelor's degree (e.g., BS, BA, AB) 23.6 7) Some postgraduate or professional schooling, no postgraduate degree (e.g. some graduate school) 2.4 8) Postgraduate or professional degree, including master's, doctorate, medical or law degree (e.g., MA, MS, Ph.D., MD, JD, graduate school, rabbinic ordination) 21.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 125) Race/ethnicity variable (see HISP and RACE in the questionnaire for full question wording) (RACETHN)

TOTAL % 1) White nonHispanic 82.2 2) Black nonHispanic 6.1 3) Hispanic 6.2 4) Other 3.9 9) Don't know/refused 1.6 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 126) Geographic country/region in which respondent was born (see BIRTH in the questionnaire for full question wording) (RESPONDENT_BIRTHREGION) (RBIRTHRE)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. (native born) 87.9 2) Americas (excluding U.S.) 2.7 3) Asia/Pacific (except FSU) .8 4) Europe (except FSU) 2.7 5) Middle East/N. Africa (except Israel/Palestine) .1 6) SubSaharan Africa .4 7) Former Soviet Union (FSU) 3.7 8) Israel/Palestine 1.3 9) Other/unclear/undetermined .1 10) Don't know/refused .3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 127) Geographic country/region in which respondent's father was born (see FATHER in the questionnaire for full question wording) (FATHER_BIRTHREGION) (FBIRTHRE)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. (native born) 82.7 2) Americas (excluding U.S.) 2.7 3) Asia/Pacific (except FSU) .5 4) Europe (except FSU) 7.3 5) Middle East/N. Africa (except Israel/Palestine) .3 6) SubSaharan Africa .1 7) Former Soviet Union (FSU) 3.6 8) Israel/Palestine 1.5 9) Other/unclear/undetermined 0 10) Don't know/refused 1.2 Missing 31657 TOTAL 4272 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 128) Geographic country/region in which respondent's father was born (see MOTHER in the questionnaire for full question wording) (MOTHER_BIRTHREGION) (MBIRTHRE)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. (native born) 85.7 2) Americas (excluding U.S.) 2.7 3) Asia/Pacific (except FSU) .6 4) Europe (except FSU) 6.6 5) Middle East/N. Africa (except Israel/Palestine) .3 6) SubSaharan Africa .5 7) Former Soviet Union (FSU) 2.1 8) Israel/Palestine 1.1 9) Other/unclear/undetermined 0 10) Don't know/refused .5 Missing 31657 TOTAL 4272 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 129) Are you currently a citizen of the United States, or not? (CITIZEN)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 82.2 2) No 16.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1 Missing 35069 TOTAL 860 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 130) In what year did you come to live in the U.S.? [RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE] (QZ1)

TOTAL % 1900) 1900 .1 1924) 1924 .1 1927) 1927 .1 1929) 1929 .1 1933) 1933 .3 1936) 1936 .1 1937) 1937 .3 1938) 1938 .2 1939) 1939 .3 1940) 1940 .8 1941) 1941 .1 1943) 1943 0 1945) 1945 0 1946) 1946 .2 1947) 1947 .1 1948) 1948 .2 1949) 1949 .4 1950) 1950 1.1 1951) 1951 .4 1952) 1952 .6 1953) 1953 .4 1954) 1954 .2 1955) 1955 .2 1956) 1956 .4 1957) 1957 .9 1958) 1958 1.2 1959) 1959 1 1960) 1960 .3 1961) 1961 .7 1962) 1962 .4 1963) 1963 .7 1964) 1964 1.1 1965) 1965 .4 1966) 1966 .8 1967) 1967 .5 1968) 1968 .8 1969) 1969 .7 1970) 1970 .8 1971) 1971 1.1 1972) 1972 1 1973) 1973 2.4 1974) 1974 1.1 1975) 1975 .2 1976) 1976 2.5 1977) 1977 .7 1978) 1978 .9 1979) 1979 1.8 1980) 1980 2.7 1981) 1981 .6 1982) 1982 1 1983) 1983 1.8 1984) 1984 1.4 1985) 1985 1.9 1986) 1986 1.6 1987) 1987 1.2 1988) 1988 1.1 1989) 1989 3.7 1990) 1990 1.9 1991) 1991 5.4 1992) 1992 7 1993) 1993 3 1994) 1994 2.3 1995) 1995 3.1 1996) 1996 2 1997) 1997 2.9 1998) 1998 2.4 1999) 1999 1.4 2000) 2000 3.9 2001) 2001 2.7 2002) 2002 .7 2003) 2003 1.1 2004) 2004 .5 2005) 2005 .9 2006) 2006 3.5 2007) 2007 1.2 2008) 2008 .9 2009) 2009 1.3 2010) 2010 .8 2011) 2011 .6 2012) 2012 .5 2013) 2013 1.9 9999) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.8 Missing 35080 TOTAL 849 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 131) Last year, that is in 2012, what was your total family income from all sources, before taxes? Just stop me when I get to the right category. [READ] (INCOME)

TOTAL % 1) Less than $10,000 6.9 2) $10,000 to under $20,000 6.9 3) $20,000 to under $30,000 9.7 4) $30,000 to under $40,000 6.2 5) $40,000 to under $50,000 5.6 6) $50,000 to under $75,000 11.2 7) $75,000 to under $100,000 12.2 8) $100,000 to under $150,000 [OR] 12.7 9) $150,000 or more 16.7 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 12 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 132) And was that [READ LIST]? (INCOME2)

TOTAL % 1) $150,000 to under $200,000 32.9 2) $200,000 to under $250,000 20.7 3) $250,000 to under $300,000 [OR] 11.6 4) $300,000 or more 28.8 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 5.9 Missing 34866 TOTAL 1063 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 133) Which of these statements best describes you? [READ IN ORDER] [INSTRUCTION: BE SURE TO CLARIFY WHETHER RESPONDENT IS ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THEY ARE REGISTERED OR ONLY PROBABLY REGISTERED; IF RESPONDENT VOLUNTEERS THAT THEY ARE IN NORTH DAKOTA AND DON'T HAVE TO REGISTER, PUNCH 1] (REG)

TOTAL % 1) Are you ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that you are registered to vote at your current address [OR] 82 2) Are you PROBABLY registered, but there is a chance your registration has lapsed [OR] 4 3) Are you NOT registered to vote at your current address 13 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 1 Missing 30912 TOTAL 5017 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 134) In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or independent? (PARTY)

TOTAL % 1) Republican 16.8 2) Democrat 46.2 3) Independent 31.5 4) No preference (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.7 5) Other party (VOL. DO NOT READ) .8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 135) As of today do you lean more to the Republican Party or more to the Democratic Party? (PARTYLN)

TOTAL % 1) Republican 32.1 2) Democrat 40.7 9) Other/Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 27.2 Missing 34225 TOTAL 1704 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 136) In general, would you describe your political views as... [READ] (IDEO)

TOTAL % 1) Very conservative 6.6 2) Conservative 20.5 3) Moderate 28.7 4) Liberal [OR] 26.5 5) Very liberal 14.5 9) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 3.3 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 137) Are you now employed fulltime, parttime or not employed? [INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTION: IF RESPONDENT VOLUNTEERS 'retired, student, etc.' PROBE 'just to be clear...' AND REPEAT QUESTION.] (EMPLOY)

TOTAL % 1) Fulltime 47.6 2) Parttime 15.6 3) Not employed 36.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .7 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 138) Are you currently looking for work, or not? (EMPLOY1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, looking for work 20.7 2) No, not looking 78.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 Missing 33922 TOTAL 2007 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 139) How many adults, age 18 and older, currently live in your household INCLUDING YOURSELF? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS INCLUDE PEOPLE WHO THINK OF THIS HOUSEHOLD AS THEIR PRIMARY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, INCLUDING THOSE WHO ARE TEMPORARILY AWAY ON BUSINESS, VACATION, IN A HOSPITAL, OR AWAY AT SCHOOL. THIS INCLUDES ALL ADULTS] (HHADULTREC) (HHADULTR)

TOTAL % 1) 1 26.2 2) 2 47.8 3) 3 16.4 4) 4 6.2 5) 5 1.4 6) 6 .7 7) 7 .1 8) 8 0 9) 9 .1 10) 10 0 11) 11 .2 12) Twelve or more .2 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .8 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 140) [IF TWO ADULTS IN HH (HHADULTREC=2), INSERT: Is the other adult in your household; IF MORE THAN TWO ADULTS IN HH (HHADULTREC IS MORE THAN 2 AND HHADULTREC IS LESS THAN 99, INSERT: Is one of the other adults in your household] your (spouse/partner)? (HHSPOUSE)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 98.6 2) No 1.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .1 Missing 32809 TOTAL 3120 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 141) Created variable indicating number of adults in household other than respondent and respondent's spouse/partner. (OTHERADULTS) (OTHERADU)

TOTAL % 0) No adults in R's HH other than R/R's spouse/partner 63.1 1) One adult in R's HH in addition to R/R's spouse/partner 20.9 2) Two or more adults in R's HH in addition to R/R's spouse/partner 16 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 142) Thinking about the [IF HHSPOUSE=1, INSERT: adult in your household other than you and your (spouse/partner); FOR ALL OTHERS, INSERT: other adult in your household]  do they consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish or did they have a Jewish parent or were they raised Jewish or partially Jewish  or not? (HHJEWISH2) (HHJEWIS2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 67.9 2) No 31.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .9 Missing 35142 TOTAL 787 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 143) Of the [INSERT NUMBER OF ADULTS IN HH LESS 2 IF HHSPOUSE=1; INSERT NUMBER OF ADULTS IN HH LESS 1 IF MARITAL IS MORE THAN 2 OR HHSPOUSE IS MORE THAN 1] adults in your household other than you [IF HHSPOUSE=1, INSERT: and your (spouse/partner)], how many consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish or had a Jewish parent or were raised Jewish or partially Jewish? (HHJEWISH3REC) (HHJEWIS3)

TOTAL % 0) 0 23.4 1) 1 18.3 2) 2 39.3 3) 3 11.4 4) 4 3.9 5) 5 .3 9) 9 1.2 10) Ten or more .5 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.6 Missing 35337 TOTAL 592 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 144) Computed variable, number of other adults in HH who would have been eligible for the survey (range 02) (OTHERADULTELIGIBLES) (OTHERADE)

TOTAL % 0) No adults other than R/R's spouse partner who consider themselves Jewish or had Jewish upbringing 73.8 1) One other adult 17.1 2) Two or more adults in HH other than R/R's spouse/partner who consider themselves Jewish or had Jewish upbringing 9.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 145) Created variable indicating number of adults in HH other than R and R's spouse who consider themselves Jewish or had a Jewish upbringing, for use in filtering subsequent questions. (OTHERADULTELIGCOUNT) (OTHERADC)

TOTAL % 0) 0 73.8 1) 1 17.1 2) 2 6.3 3) 3 1.8 4) 4 .6 5) 5 .1 9) 9 .2 10) Ten or more .1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 146) How old is [IF OTHERADULTELIGIBLES=1: this person; OTHERADULTELIGIBLES=2: the oldest of these adults]? [IF TWO OR MORE OTHER JEWISH ADULTS (OTHERADULTELIGIBLES=2), INSERT FOR SECOND AND EACH SUBSEQUENT ADULT THROUGH THE NEXT TO LAST ADULT: How old is the next oldest adult, other than you ((IF HHSPOUSE=1): and your (spouse/partner)) who considers themselves Jewish or partially Jewish or had a Jewish parent or was raised Jewish or partially Jewish?: INSERT FOR LAST ADULT: How old is the youngest adult, other than you ((IF HHSPOUSE=1): and your (spouse/partner)) who considers themselves Jewish or partially Jewish or had a Jewish parent or was raised Jewish or partially Jewish?]. (ADULTAGE1) (ADULTAG1)

TOTAL % 18) 18 5.9 19) 19 4.8 20) 20 4.6 21) 21 3.9 22) 22 6.4 23) 23 3.7 24) 24 7.4 25) 25 2.6 26) 26 2.2 27) 27 2.3 28) 28 3 29) 29 .4 30) 30 1.5 31) 31 .9 32) 32 .9 33) 33 1.6 34) 34 .8 35) 35 .9 36) 36 .5 37) 37 .4 38) 38 .4 39) 39 .3 40) 40 2 41) 41 .4 42) 42 2.3 43) 43 .4 44) 44 .6 45) 45 1.4 46) 46 .5 47) 47 1.1 48) 48 .5 49) 49 .6 50) 50 3.2 51) 51 .7 52) 52 1.5 53) 53 1.7 54) 54 1.2 55) 55 1.6 56) 56 2.9 57) 57 1 58) 58 .6 59) 59 .8 60) 60 2.3 61) 61 1 62) 62 .2 63) 63 .4 64) 64 .6 65) 65 1.1 66) 66 .1 67) 67 .4 68) 68 .5 69) 69 .9 70) 70 .5 71) 71 .2 72) 72 .9 73) 73 .5 74) 74 .2 75) 75 .2 76) 76 .3 77) 77 .5 78) 78 1.7 79) 79 .2 80) 80 .2 82) 82 .8 83) 83 .1 84) 84 .4 85) 85 .7 86) 86 .1 87) 87 .1 88) 88 0 89) 89 .2 90) 90 .3 91) 91 .6 92) 92 .7 93) 93 .3 95) 95 0 96) 96 0 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.6 Missing 35090 TOTAL 839 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 147) And is this person male or female? (ADULTSEX1) (ADULTSX1)

TOTAL % 1) Male 52.5 2) Female 47 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .4 Missing 35090 TOTAL 839 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 148) What is [IF ADULTSEX=1, INSERT: his; IF ADULTXEX=2, INSERT: her; IF ADULT SEX IS MORE THAN 2, INSERT: this person's] relationship to you? [DO NOT READ LIST] (ADULTLINK1) (ADULTLI1)

TOTAL % 1) Boyfriend/girlfriend (includes fiance) 1.9 2) Parent (including mother/father/motherinlaw/fatherinlaw/stepparent) 32 3) Child / stepchild 46.1 4) Grandparent 2.3 5) Grandchild .3 6) Roommate 6.7 7) Sibling (including brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) 5.3 11) Aunt/uncle .1 12) Niece/nephew .2 13) Cousin 1 14) Inlaw (other than motherinlaw/fatherinlaw) .5 15) Renter/boarder .2 16) Friend 1.9 17) Exspouse/Expartner .8 97) Other .3 99) Don't know/refused .6 Missing 35090 TOTAL 839 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 149) What is this person's present religion, if any? [THIS WAS A CLOSED ENDED QUESTION; SEE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR DETAILS] (ADULTREL1) (ADULTRL1)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 4.8 2) Roman Catholic 4.6 5) Jewish 66.1 6) Muslim .3 7) Buddhist .5 9) Atheist 3 10) Agnostic 2.1 12) Or nothing in particular 9.1 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Christian 6.1 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian  Messianic Jew .3 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian (not including Messianic Jews) .5 16) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and nonChristian religion .2 17) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and no religion/atheist/agnostic .1 21) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Mormon .2 22) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Orthodox Christian .3 40) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Unitarian .1 41) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Wiccan/Pagan .2 98) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Other  not Christian .3 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 1.2 Missing 35090 TOTAL 839 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 150) ASIDE from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTES: RESPONDENTS VOLUNTEERING 'culturally Jewish' SHOULD BE COUNTED AS JEWISH. FOR ALL RESPONDENTS INDICATING PERSON IS JEWISH OR PARTIALLY JEWISH, PROBE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN 'Yes, Jewish' and 'Yes, partially Jewish.' DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (ADULTID_1) (ADULID_1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 26.5 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 53.1 3) No, do not 18.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.8 Missing 35697 TOTAL 232 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 151) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish  or not? [DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (ADULTJNBR1) (ADULTJR1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 89.7 2) No 8.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.4 Missing 35090 TOTAL 839 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 152) How old is the other adult...? Adult 2 (ADULTAGE2) (ADULTAG2)

TOTAL % 18) 18 13.2 19) 19 10.3 20) 20 11.2 21) 21 2.1 22) 22 4.9 23) 23 3.6 24) 24 3.5 25) 25 2.3 26) 26 2.5 27) 27 1.3 28) 28 1.7 29) 29 .2 30) 30 1.4 31) 31 .9 32) 32 1.2 34) 34 .6 35) 35 .3 36) 36 .6 37) 37 .1 38) 38 .4 39) 39 2.8 40) 40 .7 42) 42 .3 43) 43 1.1 44) 44 .7 45) 45 .9 47) 47 .4 48) 48 2.9 49) 49 1.9 50) 50 2.1 51) 51 2.7 52) 52 .5 53) 53 6.7 54) 54 .7 55) 55 1.8 56) 56 2.3 57) 57 .6 58) 58 1.8 59) 59 1 60) 60 .5 61) 61 .1 62) 62 .1 64) 64 .2 65) 65 1.5 66) 66 .4 68) 68 .1 74) 74 .3 75) 75 .2 76) 76 .2 77) 77 .1 80) 80 .3 99) Don't know/refused 1.9 Missing 35647 TOTAL 282 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 153) And is this person male or female? Adult 2 (ADULTSEX2) (ADULTSX2)

TOTAL % 1) Male 35.8 2) Female 63.6 3) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Other .3 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused .3 Missing 35647 TOTAL 282 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 154) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 2 (ADULTLINK2) (ADULTLI2)

TOTAL % 2) Parent (including mother/father/motherinlaw/fatherinlaw/stepparent) 29 3) Child / stepchild 39.3 5) Grandchild .3 6) Roommate 7.8 7) Sibling (including brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) 11.6 11) Aunt/uncle .2 13) Cousin 4.3 14) Inlaw (other than motherinlaw/fatherinlaw) .2 16) Friend 6 97) Other .1 99) Don't know/refused 1.2 Missing 35647 TOTAL 282 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 155) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 2 (ADULTREL2) (ADULTRL2)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 7.2 2) Roman Catholic 5.3 5) Jewish 69.3 6) Muslim .4 9) Atheist 1.6 10) Agnostic .7 12) Or nothing in particular 6.8 13) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Christian 7.2 14) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and ChristianMessianic Jew .4 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian (not including Messianic Jews) .3 50) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Bahai .5 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused .3 Missing 35647 TOTAL 282 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 156) Aside from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 2 (ADULTID_2) (ADULID_2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 35.5 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 46.3 3) No, do not 15.8 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 2.3 Missing 35871 TOTAL 58 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 157) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 2 (ADULTJNBR2) (ADULTJR2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 91.7 2) No 8.3 Missing 35647 TOTAL 282 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 158) How old is the other adult...? Adult 3 (ADULTAGE3) (ADULTAG3)

TOTAL % 18) 18 23.7 19) 19 6.6 20) 20 3.2 21) 21 9.4 22) 22 8.7 23) 23 3.8 24) 24 5.6 25) 25 1 26) 26 3.3 27) 27 .2 28) 28 .8 29) 29 .5 31) 31 1.7 34) 34 .9 37) 37 6.9 38) 38 .6 41) 41 13.4 47) 47 .9 48) 48 .6 56) 56 .7 99) Don't know/refused 7.4 Missing 35840 TOTAL 89 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 159) And is this person male or female? Adult 3 (ADULTSEX3) (ADULTSX3)

TOTAL % 1) Male 67.4 2) Female 27.5 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 5.2 Missing 35840 TOTAL 89 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 160) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 3 (ADULTLINK3) (ADULTLI3)

TOTAL % 2) Parent (including mother/father/motherinlaw/fatherinlaw/stepparent) 2.3 3) Child / stepchild 28.2 5) Grandchild 1.8 6) Roommate 5.8 7) Sibling (including brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) 35.2 11) Aunt/uncle .8 13) Cousin 14.5 14) Inlaw (other than motherinlaw/fatherinlaw) .8 16) Friend 2.4 99) Don't know/refused 8.1 Missing 35840 TOTAL 89 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 161) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 3 (ADULTREL3) (ADULTRL3)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 2.1 2) Roman Catholic 5.6 5) Jewish 77 10) Agnostic 1.7 12) Or nothing in particular 9.5 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 4.1 Missing 35840 TOTAL 89 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 162) Aside from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 3 (ADULTID_3) (ADULID_3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 7.3 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 25.2 3) No, do not 37.5 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 30 Missing 35915 TOTAL 14 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 163) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 3 (ADULTJNBR3) (ADULTJR3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 90.1 2) No 2.3 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't Know/refused 7.6 Missing 35840 TOTAL 89 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 164) How old is the other adult...? Adult 4 (ADULTAGE4) (ADULTAG4)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 20 27.07 6.08  165) And is this person male or female? Adult 4 (ADULTSEX4) (ADULTSX4)

TOTAL % 1) Male 80.8 2) Female 19.2 Missing 35909 TOTAL 20 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 166) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 4 (ADULTLINK4) (ADULTLI4)

TOTAL % 3) Child / stepchild 27.1 5) Grandchild 1.1 6) Roommate 15 7) Sibling (including brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) 56.8 Missing 35909 TOTAL 20 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 167) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 4 (ADULTREL4) (ADULTRL4)

TOTAL % 1) Protestant 1.8 5) Jewish 94.3 12) Or nothing in particular 1.8 15) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Jewish and Christian (not including Messianic Jews) 2.1 Missing 35909 TOTAL 20 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 168) Aside from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 4 (ADULTID_4) (ADULID_4)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 50.9 3) No, do not 49.1 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 169) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 4 (ADULTJNBR4) (ADULTJR4)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 100 Missing 35909 TOTAL 20 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 170) How old is the other adult...? Adult 5 (ADULTAGE5) (ADULTAG5)

TOTAL % 18) 18 24.8 20) 20 8.9 33) 33 58.6 99) Don't know/refused 7.8 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 171) And is this person male or female? Adult 5 (ADULTSEX5) (ADULTSX5)

TOTAL % 1) Male 33.6 2) Female 58.6 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 7.8 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 172) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 5 (ADULTLINK5) (ADULTLI5)

TOTAL % 3) Child / stepchild 58.6 6) Roommate 24.8 7) Sibling (including brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister) 8.9 99) Don't know/refused 7.8 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 173) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 5 (ADULTREL5) (ADULTRL5)

TOTAL % 5) Jewish 92.2 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't Know/refused 7.8 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 174) Aside from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 5 (ADULTID_5) (ADULID_5)

TOTAL % 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 175) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 5 (ADULTJNBR5) (ADULTJR5)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 92.2 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't Know/refused 7.8 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 176) How old is the other adult...? Adult 6 (ADULTAGE6) (ADULTAG6)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 2 25.03 4.57  177) And is this person male or female? Adult 6 (ADULTSEX6) (ADULTSX6)

TOTAL % 1) Male 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 178) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 6 (ADULTLINK6) (ADULTLI6)

TOTAL % 3) Child/stepchild 70.3 6) Roommate 29.7 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 179) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 6 (ADULTREL6) (ADULTRL6)

TOTAL % 5) Jewish 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 180) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 6 (ADULTJNBR6) (ADULTJR6)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 181) How old is the other adult...? Adult 7 (ADULTAGE7) (ADULTAG7)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 2 23.62 3.66  182) And is this person male or female? Adult 7 (ADULTSEX7) (ADULTSX7)

TOTAL % 1) Male 29.7 2) Female 70.3 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 183) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 7 (ADULTLINK7) (ADULTLI7)

TOTAL % 3) Child/stepchild 70.3 6) Roommate 29.7 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 184) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 7 (ADULTREL7) (ADULTRL7)

TOTAL % 5) Jewish 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 185) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 7 (ADULTJNBR7) (ADULTJR7)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 2 1.00 0.00  186) How old is the other adult...? Adult 8 (ADULTAGE8) (ADULTAG8)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 2 23.62 3.66  187) And is this person male or female? Adult8 (ADULTSEX8) (ADULTSX8)

TOTAL % 2) Female 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 188) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 8 (ADULTLINK8) (ADULTLI8)

TOTAL % 3) Child/Stepchild 70.3 6) Roommate 29.7 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 189) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 8 (ADULTREL8) (ADULTRL8)

TOTAL % 5) Jewish 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 190) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 8 (ADULTJNBR8) (ADULTJR8)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 191) How old is the other adult...? Adult 9 (ADULTAGE9) (ADULTAG9)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 2 26.43 5.48  192) And is this person male or female? Adult 9 (ADULTSEX9) (ADULTSX9)

TOTAL % 1) Male 29.7 2) Female 70.3 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 193) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 9 (ADULTLINK9) (ADULTLI9)

TOTAL % 3) Child/stepchild 70.3 6) Roomate 29.7 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 194) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 9 (ADULTREL9) (ADULTRL9)

TOTAL % 5) Jewish 100 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 195) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 9 (ADULTJNBR9) (ADULTJR9)

TOTAL % 1) Yes (includes partially Jewish/raised Jewish and something else/mother or father was partially Jewish) 70.3 2) No 29.7 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 196) How old is the other adult...? Adult 10 (ADULTAGE10) (ADULTAG0)

TOTAL % 99) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 197) And is this person male or female? Adult 10 (ADULTSEX10) (ADULTSX0)

TOTAL % 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 198) What is his/her relationship to you? Adult 10 (ADULTLINK10) (ADULTLI0)

TOTAL % 99) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 199) What is this person's present religion, if any? Are they... Adult 10 (ADULTREL10) (ADULTRL0)

TOTAL % 99) [VOL. DO NOT READ] Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 200) Aside from religion, does this person consider themselves Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 10 (ADULTID_10) (ADULID_0)

TOTAL % 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 201) Did this person have a Jewish parent or was this person raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Adult 10 (ADULTJNBR10) (ADULTJR0)

TOTAL % 9) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 202) How many children under the age of 18 live in your household? (HHCHILDREC) (HHCHILDR)

TOTAL % 0) None 71.6 1) 1 12.2 2) 2 9.5 3) 3 2.9 4) 4 1.2 5) 5 .6 6) 6 .2 7) 7 .1 8) 8 .1 9) 9 0 10) Ten or more 0 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.5 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 203) What is this child's age? [IF MORE THAN ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC IS MORE THAN 1), INSERT FOR HHCHILDAGE1: Thinking about the oldest of these children,; IF MORE THAN TWO CHILDREN IN HH (HHCHILDRC IS MORE THAN 2), INSERT FOR HHCHILDAGE2 AND UNTIL REACHING LAST (YOUNGEST) CHILD: Thinking about the next oldest child in your household,; IF MORE THAN ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC IS MORE THAN 1), INSERT FOR LAST (YOUNGEST) CHILD ASKED ABOUT; And thinking about the youngest child in your household] (HHCHILDAGE1) (HHCHAGE1)

TOTAL % 0) 0 3.5 1) 1 3.4 2) 2 4.7 3) 3 5.2 4) 4 4.7 5) 5 4 6) 6 4.7 7) 7 5.8 8) 8 6 9) 9 3.3 10) 10 4.1 11) 11 3.1 12) 12 5.4 13) 13 5.3 14) 14 6.5 15) 15 6.4 16) 16 9.3 17) 17 11.9 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.5 Missing 34448 TOTAL 1481 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 204) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? (HHCHILDJREL1) (HHCHJRL1)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 35 2) Another religion 28.4 3) No religion 19.2 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 16 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.4 Missing 34448 TOTAL 1481 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 205) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? [INTERVIEWER NOTES: RESPONDENTS VOLUNTEERING 'culturally Jewish' SHOULD BE COUNTED AS JEWISH. FOR ALL RESPONDENTS INDICATING CHILD IS JEWISH OR PARTIALLY JEWISH, PROBE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN 'Yes, Jewish' and 'Yes, partially Jewish.' DO NOT READ MATERIAL IN PARENTHESES] (HHCHILDJOTH1) (HHCHJOT1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 2 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 18.7 3) No, do not 76.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.4 Missing 35380 TOTAL 549 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 206) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? (HHCHILDPAR1) (HHCHPAR1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 83.5 2) No 15.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.3 Missing 34448 TOTAL 1481 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 207) What is this child's age? Child 2 (HHCHILDAGE2) (HHCHAGE2)

TOTAL % 0) 0 5.8 1) 1 5.3 2) 2 6.8 3) 3 5.2 4) 4 6.5 5) 5 5 6) 6 6.2 7) 7 7.7 8) 8 6.3 9) 9 4.4 10) 10 6.3 11) 11 6.6 12) 12 6.2 13) 13 4.7 14) 14 6.8 15) 15 3.7 16) 16 1.6 17) 17 .2 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 4.9 Missing 35045 TOTAL 884 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 208) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 2 (HHCHILDJREL2) (HHCHJRL2)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 36.6 2) Another religion 24.4 3) No religion 18.1 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 18.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.9 Missing 35045 TOTAL 884 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 209) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 2 (HHCHILDJOTH2) (HHCHJOT2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 3.7 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 16.3 3) No, do not 73.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.4 Missing 35638 TOTAL 291 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 210) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 2 (HHCHILDPAR2) (HHCHPAR2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 87.1 2) No 10.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.7 Missing 35045 TOTAL 884 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 211) What is this child's age? Child 3 (HHCHILDAGE3) (HHCHAGE3)

TOTAL % 0) 0 7.1 1) 1 8.3 2) 2 5.8 3) 3 4 4) 4 9.2 5) 5 6.3 6) 6 8.1 7) 7 6.5 8) 8 8.7 9) 9 6.9 10) 10 4.3 11) 11 7.6 12) 12 6 13) 13 3.3 14) 14 2.5 15) 15 .6 16) 16 .4 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 4.5 Missing 35584 TOTAL 345 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 212) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 3 (HHCHILDJREL3) (HHCHJRL3)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 42.8 2) Another religion 32.8 3) No religion 9.7 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 12.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.5 Missing 35584 TOTAL 345 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 213) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 3 (HHCHILDJOTH3) (HHCHJOT3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 5.2 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 8.9 3) No, do not 80.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.6 Missing 35831 TOTAL 98 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 214) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 3 (HHCHILDPAR3) (HHCHPAR3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 88.5 2) No 8.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.9 Missing 35584 TOTAL 345 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 215) What is this child's age? Child 4 (HHCHILDAGE4) (HHCHAGE4)

TOTAL % 0) 0 4 1) 1 7.1 2) 2 7.3 3) 3 10.1 4) 4 17.8 5) 5 16.8 6) 6 3.8 7) 7 4.8 8) 8 2.7 9) 9 4.6 10) 10 4 11) 11 4.2 12) 12 1.9 13) 13 1.2 15) 15 .4 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 9.3 Missing 35762 TOTAL 167 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 216) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 4 (HHCHILDJREL4) (HHCHJRL4)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 56.6 2) Another religion 14.8 3) No religion 7.5 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 15.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.1 Missing 35762 TOTAL 167 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 217) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 4 (HHCHILDJOTH4) (HHCHJOT4)

TOTAL % 2) Yes, partially Jewish (includes 'half Jewish') 11.9 3) No, do not 68.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 19.6 Missing 35898 TOTAL 31 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 218) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 4 (HHCHILDPAR4) (HHCHPAR4)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 82.7 2) No 12.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.2 Missing 35762 TOTAL 167 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 219) What is this child's age? Child 5 (HHCHILDAGE5) (HHCHAGE5)

TOTAL % 0) 0 3.7 1) 1 25.9 2) 2 11.7 3) 3 6.8 4) 4 5.2 5) 5 2.6 6) 6 5.9 7) 7 9.2 8) 8 1.5 9) 9 6 10) 10 1.8 11) 11 3.3 12) 12 1.9 13) 13 .8 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 13.6 Missing 35843 TOTAL 86 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 220) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 5 (HHCHILDJREL5) (HHCHJRL5)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 67.7 2) Another religion 3.2 3) No religion 1 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 15.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 12.2 Missing 35843 TOTAL 86 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 221) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 5 (HHCHILDJOTH5) (HHCHJOT5)

TOTAL % 3) No, do not 25.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 74.4 Missing 35920 TOTAL 9 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 222) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 5 (HHCHILDPAR5) (HHCHPAR5)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 75.9 2) No 12.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 11.4 Missing 35843 TOTAL 86 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 223) What is this child's age? Child 6 (HHCHILDAGE6) (HHCHAGE6)

TOTAL % 0) 0 10.8 1) 1 6.5 2) 2 3.9 3) 3 17.4 4) 4 8.3 5) 5 16.3 6) 6 7.3 7) 7 13.7 9) 9 8.4 15) 15 1.8 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 5.7 Missing 35885 TOTAL 44 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 224) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 6 (HHCHILDJREL6) (HHCHJRL6)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 85.1 2) Another religion 3.7 4) Partly Jewish and partly something else 9.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.1 Missing 35885 TOTAL 44 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 225) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 6 (HHCHILDJOTH6) (HHCHJOT6)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 27.8 3) No, do not 36 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 36.2 Missing 35926 TOTAL 3 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 226) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 6 (HHCHILDPAR6) (HHCHPAR6)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 73.9 2) No 24.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.1 Missing 35885 TOTAL 44 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 227) What is this child's age? Child 7 (HHCHILDAGE7) (HHCHAGE7)

TOTAL % 1) 1 16.6 2) 2 10.5 3) 3 10.1 4) 4 9.1 5) 5 26.7 7) 7 12.6 9) 9 4.1 13) 13 3.5 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 6.8 Missing 35903 TOTAL 26 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 228) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 7 (HHCHILDJREL7) (HHCHJRL7)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 91.7 2) Another religion 4.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.1 Missing 35903 TOTAL 26 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 229) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 7 (HHCHILDJOTH7) (HHCHJOT7)

TOTAL % 3) No, do not 49.9 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 50.1 Missing 35927 TOTAL 2 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 230) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 7 (HHCHILDPAR7) (HHCHPAR7)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 67.3 2) No 28.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.1 Missing 35903 TOTAL 26 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 231) What is this child's age? Child 8 (HHCHILDAGE8) (HHCHAGE8)

TOTAL % 0) 0 12.3 1) 1 14.9 2) 2 9.9 3) 3 36.7 5) 5 19.8 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 6.5 Missing 35914 TOTAL 15 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 232) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 8 (HHCHILDJREL8) (HHCHJRL8)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 93.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.5 Missing 35914 TOTAL 15 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 233) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 8 (HHCHILDJOTH8) (HHCHJOT8)

TOTAL % 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 234) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 8 (HHCHILDPAR8) (HHCHPAR8)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 65 2) No 28.5 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 6.5 Missing 35914 TOTAL 15 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 235) What is this child's age? Child 9 (HHCHILDAGE9) (HHCHAGE9)

TOTAL % 0) 0 8.8 1) 1 44.1 3) 3 9.9 4) 4 25.6 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 11.7 Missing 35922 TOTAL 7 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 236) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 9 (HHCHILDJREL9) (HHCHJRL9)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 88.3 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 11.7 Missing 35922 TOTAL 7 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 237) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 9 (HHCHILDJOTH9) (HHCHJOT9)

TOTAL % 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 238) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 9 (HHCHILDPAR9) (HHCHPAR9)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 37.2 2) No 51.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 11.7 Missing 35922 TOTAL 7 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 239) What is this child's age? Child 10 (HHCHILDAGE10) (HHCHAGE0)

TOTAL % 1) 1 34.3 2) 2 45 99) (VOL. DO NOT READ) Don't know/refused 20.6 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 240) In what religion, if any, is this child being raised? Is he or she being raised Jewish, in another religion, in no religion, or partly Jewish and partly something else? Child 10 (HHCHILDJREL10) (HHCHJRL0)

TOTAL % 1) Jewish 79.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 20.6 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 241) Aside from religion, is this child being raised Jewish or partially Jewish, or not? Child 10 (HHCHILDJOTH10) (HHCHJOT0)

TOTAL % 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 100 Missing 35928 TOTAL 1 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 242) Are you the parent or guardian of this child, or not? Child 10 (HHCHILDPAR10) (HHCHPAR0)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 34.3 2) No 45 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 20.6 Missing 35925 TOTAL 4 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 243) During the past year, did [IF ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC=1), INSERT: this child; IF MORE THAN ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC IS MORE THAN 1 AND HHCHILDREC IS LESS THAN 99), INSERT: any of the children in your household] attend a Yeshiva (yeSHEEva) or Jewish day school, or not? (HHCHILDED1) (HHCHED1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 16.4 2) No 83.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .2 Missing 34623 TOTAL 1306 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 244) And are you the parent or guardian of any children in your household who attended a Yeshiva (yeSHEEva) or Jewish day school in the past year, or not? (HHCHILDED1B) (HHCHED1B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 42.5 2) No 57.5 Missing 35922 TOTAL 7 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 245) [IF YES IN HHCHILDED1, INSERT: Aside from the Yeshiva (yeSHEEva) or Jewish day school,] Did [IF ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC=1), INSERT: this child; IF MORE THAN ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC IS MORE THAN 1 AND HHCHILDREC IS LESS THAN 99), INSERT: any of the children in your household receive any [IF YES IN HHCHILDED1, INSERT: other] formal Jewish education during the past year, such as in Hebrew school, congregational school or Sunday school, or not? (HHCHILDED2) (HHCHED2)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 17.1 2) No 82.6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 34623 TOTAL 1306 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 246) And are you the parent or guardian of any children in your household who received this kind of formal Jewish education during the past year, or not? (HHCHILDED2B) (HHCHED2B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 42 2) No 58 Missing 35926 TOTAL 3 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 247) Aside from formal education, did [IF ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC=1), INSERT: this child; IF MORE THAN ONE CHILD IN HH (HHCHILDREC IS MORE THAN 1 AND HHCHILDREC IS LESS THAN 99), INSERT: any of the children in your household] participate during the past year in any other organized Jewish youth programs, such as Jewish day care or nursery school, Jewish youth groups, Jewish day camp or sleep away camp, or other activities? (HHCHILDED3) (HHCHED3)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 23.5 2) No 76.2 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .3 Missing 34623 TOTAL 1306 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 248) And are you the parent or guardian of any children in your household who participated in this kind of Jewish youth program during the past year, or not? (HHCHILDED3B) (HHCHED3B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 100 Missing 35924 TOTAL 5 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 249) Now thinking about your telephone use... Do you have a working cell phone? (L1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, have cell phone 87.7 2) No, do not 11.8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 Missing 32589 TOTAL 3340 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 250) Does anyone in your household have a working cell phone? (L1A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, someone in household has cell phone 53 2) No 37.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 9.3 Missing 35710 TOTAL 219 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 251) Now thinking about your telephone use... Is there at least one telephone INSIDE your home that is currently working and is not a cell phone? (QC1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes home telephone 32.4 2) No home telephone 67 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) .5 Missing 34137 TOTAL 1792 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 252) How many working cell phones do YOU personally have? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONDENT SEEMS CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT WE MEAN BY 'you personally,' CLARIFY THAT WE MEAN THE NUMBER OF CELLPHONES FOR WHICH R IS THE PRIMARY USER, AND TELL R (IF MULTIADULT HOUSEHOLD) THAT WE WILL ASK NEXT ABOUT HOW MANY CELLPHONES OTHER ADULTS IN R'S HOUSEHOLD HAVE] (C1A)

TOTAL % 0) 0 1.5 1) 1 87.8 2) 2 7.5 3) 3 1.4 4) 4 .2 5) 5 .1 6) Six or greater .1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.4 Missing 31166 TOTAL 4763 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 253) Thinking about the other adults in your household, how many working cell phones in total do THEY have? (C1B)

TOTAL % 0) 0 6.2 1) 1 59.1 2) 2 18.2 3) 3 8.3 4) 4 3.7 5) 5 1.2 6) Six or greater .6 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.6 Missing 32110 TOTAL 3819 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 254) And one last question  how many children have you ever had? Please count all your biological children who were born alive at any time in your life. [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF R ASKS WHETHER ADOPTED CHILDREN OR STEPCHILDREN SHOULD BE INCLUDED, SAY: No, we're asking you only to count all your biological children who were born alive at any time in your life; IF R IS UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THIS QUESTION, SAY: We understand that this is a sensitive question. We ask it only so that we can estimate the population's fertility rate.] (FERTREC)

TOTAL % 0) None 34.5 1) 1 16 2) 2 25.5 3) 3 12.8 4) 4 4.6 5) 5 2.1 6) 6 1.2 7) 7 .6 8) 8 .4 9) 9 .4 10) Ten or more .5 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.2 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 255) [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX:] (SCRNSEX)

TOTAL % 1) Male 48.3 2) Female 51.7 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 256) What is your age? (SCRNAGE)

TOTAL % 18) 18 2.3 19) 19 1.8 20) 20 2 21) 21 1.9 22) 22 1.7 23) 23 1.5 24) 24 1.4 25) 25 2 26) 26 1.8 27) 27 1.6 28) 28 1.8 29) 29 1.5 30) 30 2.2 31) 31 1.3 32) 32 1.6 33) 33 1.4 34) 34 1.5 35) 35 2.1 36) 36 1.4 37) 37 1.4 38) 38 1.4 39) 39 1.5 40) 40 2.2 41) 41 1.2 42) 42 2 43) 43 1.7 44) 44 1.2 45) 45 1.7 46) 46 1.2 47) 47 1.5 48) 48 1.6 49) 49 1.7 50) 50 3.2 51) 51 1.6 52) 52 2.1 53) 53 1.8 54) 54 1.8 55) 55 1.9 56) 56 1.6 57) 57 1.4 58) 58 1.5 59) 59 1.4 60) 60 2.2 61) 61 1.2 62) 62 1.5 63) 63 1.3 64) 64 1.1 65) 65 1.4 66) 66 1 67) 67 .8 68) 68 .8 69) 69 .7 70) 70 1.4 71) 71 .7 72) 72 .8 73) 73 .7 74) 74 .6 75) 75 .8 76) 76 .5 77) 77 .6 78) 78 .6 79) 79 .4 80) 80 .8 81) 81 .3 82) 82 .4 83) 83 .4 84) 84 .3 85) 85 .3 86) 86 .3 87) 87 .2 88) 88 .2 89) 89 .2 90) 90 .1 91) 91 .1 92) 92 .1 93) 93 .1 94) 94 0 95) 95 0 96) 96 0 97) 97 or older .1 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.2 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 257) What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received? [DO NOT READ] [INTERVIEWER NOTE: Enter code 3HS grad if R completed training that did NOT count toward a degree] (SCRNEDUC)

TOTAL % 1) Less than high school (Grades 18 or no formal schooling) 1.7 2) High school incomplete (Grades 911 or Grade 12 with NO diploma) 6 3) High school graduate (Grade 12 with diploma or GED certificate) 31.2 4) Some college, no degree (includes community college) 18.7 5) Twoyear associate degree from a college or university 13.5 6) Fouryear college or university degree/bachelor's degree (e.g., BS, BA, AB) 17.5 7) Some postgraduate or professional schooling, no postgraduate degree (e.g. some graduate school) 1.4 8) Postgraduate or professional degree, including master's doctorate, medical or law degree (e.g., MA, MS, Ph.D., MD, JD, graduate school) 8.1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 1.9 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 258) Race/ethnicity variable (see SCRNHISP and SCRNRACE in the questionnaire for full question wording) (SCRNRACETHN) (SCRNRACE)

TOTAL % 1) White nonHispanic 65.4 2) Black nonHispanic 12.3 3) Hispanic 12 4) Other 6.9 9) Don't know/refused 3.4 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 259) How many adults, age 18 and older, currently live in your household INCLUDING YOURSELF? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS INCLUDE PEOPLE WHO THINK OF THIS HOUSEHOLD AS THEIR PRIMARY PLACE OF RESIDENCE, INCLUDING THOSE WHO ARE TEMPORARILY AWAY ON BUSINESS, VACATION, IN A HOSPITAL, OR AWAY AT SCHOOL. THIS INCLUDES ALL ADULTS] (SCRNHHADULTREC) (SCRNHHAD)

TOTAL % 1) 1 20.9 2) 2 48.7 3) 3 18.1 4) 4 7.1 5) 5 1.9 6) 6 .5 7) 7 .2 8) 8 .1 9) 9 .2 10) 10 0 11) 11 0 12) Twelve or more .2 99) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.2 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 260) How many children under the age of 18 live in your household? (SCRNHHCHILDREC) (SCRNHHCH)

TOTAL % 0) 0 62 1) 1 14.9 2) 2 12.4 3) 3 5.1 4) 4 2.1 5) 5 .5 6) 6 .2 7) 7 .1 8) 8 0 9) 9 .1 10) Ten or more .1 99) Don't know/refused 2.4 Missing 5132 TOTAL 30797 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 261) Now thinking about your telephone use... Do you or anyone in your household have a working cell phone? (SCRNL1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, have cell phone 76.8 2) No, do not 18.7 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 4.5 Missing 18161 TOTAL 17768 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 262) Now thinking about your telephone use... Is there at least one telephone INSIDE your home that is currently working and is not a cell phone? (SCRNC1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, home telephone 26.6 2) No, home telephone 71.4 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2 Missing 22900 TOTAL 13029 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 263) How many working cell phones do YOU personally have? [INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONDENT SEEMS CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT WE MEAN BY 'you personally,' CLARIFY THAT WE MEAN THE NUMBER OF CELLPHONES FOR WHICH R IS THE PRIMARY USER, AND TELL R (IF MULTIADULT HOUSEHOLD) THAT WE WILL ASK NEXT ABOUT HOW MANY CELLPHONES OTHER ADULTS IN R'S HOUSEHOLD HAVE] (SCRNC1A)

TOTAL % 0) 0 3.3 1) 1 81.9 2) 2 9.2 3) 3 1.8 4) 4 .6 5) 5 .3 6) Six or greater .1 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 2.8 Missing 9098 TOTAL 26831 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 264) Thinking about the other adults in your household, how many working cell phones in total do THEY have? (SCRNC1B)

TOTAL % 0) 0 9.5 1) 1 51.9 2) 2 17.3 3) 3 9.2 4) 4 4.4 5) 5 1.5 6) Six or greater .8 9) Don't know/refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) 5.3 Missing 15434 TOTAL 20495 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 265) The respondent weight, used to estimate the prevalence of attitudes, beliefs, practices, experiences and demographic characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted) (WEIGHT)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5546.03 5998.099  266) BSPW1 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW1)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12004.77 16073.53  267) BSPW2 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW2)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11961.28 16190.96  268) BSPW3 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW3)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11937.05 15285.74  269) BSPW4 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW4)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12033.66 16210.94  270) BSPW5 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW5)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11982.09 16201.37  271) BSPW6 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW6)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12057.79 15852.74  272) BSPW7 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW7)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11945.61 15909.48  273) BSPW8 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW8)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11935.87 15692.39  274) BSPW9 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW9)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11986.18 16043.41  275) BSPW10 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW10)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11934.65 15917.18  276) BSPW11 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW11)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12038.14 16383.32  277) BSPW12 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW12)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12012.60 16121.71  278) BSPW13 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW13)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11943.60 15922.86  279) BSPW14 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW14)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11970.80 16105.73  280) BSPW15 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW15)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11977.03 16188.48  281) BSPW16 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW16)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11958.33 15920.11  282) BSPW17 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW17)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11994.03 15887.87  283) BSPW18 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW18)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11908.32 15777.60  284) BSPW19 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW19)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12020.87 16066.15  285) BSPW20 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW20)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12031.69 16012.30  286) BSPW21 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW21)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12009.82 16149.39  287) BSPW22 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW22)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12053.88 16240.61  288) BSPW23 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW23)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11998.15 16079.58  289) BSPW24 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW24)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.18 15973.23  290) BSPW25 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW25)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12011.76 16187.46  291) BSPW26 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW26)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12014.51 15843.79  292) BSPW27 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW27)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11963.03 16429.88  293) BSPW28 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW28)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12001.21 16023.19  294) BSPW29 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW29)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12001.42 16177.75  295) BSPW30 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW30)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11980.07 16044.42  296) BSPW31 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW31)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11975.84 15824.23  297) BSPW32 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW32)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11968.07 15919.64  298) BSPW33 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW33)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12042.65 16135.37  299) BSPW34 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW34)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11970.92 16014.54  300) BSPW35 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW35)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11900.63 15834.44  301) BSPW36 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW36)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12031.37 16151.09  302) BSPW37 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW37)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11991.37 16229.19  303) BSPW38 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW38)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.12 16222.34  304) BSPW39 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW39)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12023.58 15978.95  305) BSPW40 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW40)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12012.59 16188.11  306) BSPW41 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW41)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11932.11 15619.86  307) BSPW42 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW42)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12044.86 15997.89  308) BSPW43 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW43)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11955.92 15823.26  309) BSPW44 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW44)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12012.13 16288.94  310) BSPW45 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW45)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12001.32 15828.64  311) BSPW46 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW46)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11975.51 15833.09  312) BSPW47 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW47)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12059.17 16131.00  313) BSPW48 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW48)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12007.74 15954.70  314) BSPW49 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW49)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12015.54 16129.60  315) BSPW50 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW50)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11943.04 16017.94  316) BSPW51 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW51)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12002.18 15720.20  317) BSPW52 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW52)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12022.48 16215.57  318) BSPW53 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW53)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11947.64 16447.91  319) BSPW54 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW54)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12026.38 16149.56  320) BSPW55 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW55)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11946.82 15705.62  321) BSPW56 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW56)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12086.27 16449.82  322) BSPW57 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW57)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12015.70 15881.30  323) BSPW58 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW58)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12031.60 16215.91  324) BSPW59 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW59)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11997.79 15722.65  325) BSPW60 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW60)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11980.02 16144.35  326) BSPW61 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW61)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11909.82 15760.61  327) BSPW62 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW62)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12002.99 16409.77  328) BSPW63 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW63)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11973.24 15826.08  329) BSPW64 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW64)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12006.44 15655.70  330) BSPW65 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW65)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12109.31 16306.34  331) BSPW66 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW66)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.28 16201.26  332) BSPW67 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW67)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.90 15789.27  333) BSPW68 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW68)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11930.68 15901.08  334) BSPW69 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW69)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12015.73 16097.13  335) BSPW70 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW70)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12013.73 15990.07  336) BSPW71 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW71)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11983.84 15906.10  337) BSPW72 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW72)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12029.76 15696.61  338) BSPW73 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW73)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11982.77 16319.08  339) BSPW74 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW74)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11986.63 15979.41  340) BSPW75 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW75)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12027.88 16052.22  341) BSPW76 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW76)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11972.66 15905.57  342) BSPW77 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW77)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.81 15756.89  343) BSPW78 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW78)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12048.79 16156.67  344) BSPW79 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW79)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12069.47 16020.26  345) BSPW80 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW80)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12065.33 16410.31  346) BSPW81 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW81)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11941.31 15627.53  347) BSPW82 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW82)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11978.83 16322.15  348) BSPW83 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW83)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12039.07 16578.98  349) BSPW84 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW84)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11927.23 15667.89  350) BSPW85 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW85)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12013.75 16130.94  351) BSPW86 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW86)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12006.44 15863.32  352) BSPW87 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW87)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12004.49 15893.47  353) BSPW88 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW88)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11947.26 15968.04  354) BSPW89 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW89)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12029.20 16107.03  355) BSPW90 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW90)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.25 15939.01  356) BSPW91 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW91)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12018.60 16089.85  357) BSPW92 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW92)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12020.00 15963.14  358) BSPW93 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW93)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12024.91 16350.37  359) BSPW94 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW94)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12024.81 15997.28  360) BSPW95 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW95)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11971.65 15810.73  361) BSPW96 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW96)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11926.82 16044.56  362) BSPW97 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW97)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11991.91 16183.65  363) BSPW98 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW98)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12043.79 16295.08  364) BSPW99 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW99)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12003.49 16062.08  365) BSPW100 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW100)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11914.54 15642.20  366) BSPW101 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW101)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.77 15821.85  367) BSPW102 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW102)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11941.17 16024.04  368) BSPW103 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW103)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12036.59 16124.17  369) BSPW104 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW104)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11947.73 15907.98  370) BSPW105 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW105)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12002.89 16240.44  371) BSPW106 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW106)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11953.68 16048.76  372) BSPW107 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW107)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11978.89 16209.03  373) BSPW108 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW108)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11995.87 16140.75  374) BSPW109 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW109)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11994.48 16140.44  375) BSPW110 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW110)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12010.78 16142.21  376) BSPW111 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW111)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11967.84 15693.23  377) BSPW112 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW112)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11980.22 16160.22  378) BSPW113 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW113)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11989.13 16358.43  379) BSPW114 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW114)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11939.85 15960.82  380) BSPW115 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW115)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11991.28 16258.43  381) BSPW116 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW116)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12041.70 16202.25  382) BSPW117 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW117)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12009.55 16430.95  383) BSPW118 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW118)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12038.39 16338.89  384) BSPW119 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW119)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11939.18 15709.31  385) BSPW120 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW120)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11960.11 16295.20  386) BSPW121 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW121)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12013.34 15850.06  387) BSPW122 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW122)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11961.67 15802.34  388) BSPW123 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW123)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11996.03 16088.21  389) BSPW124 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW124)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12053.38 16172.19  390) BSPW125 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW125)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11978.16 16089.03  391) BSPW126 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW126)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11904.64 15749.53  392) BSPW127 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW127)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11961.95 15997.92  393) BSPW128 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW128)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11976.88 16103.77  394) BSPW129 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW129)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12007.37 16093.31  395) BSPW130 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW130)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12043.69 16074.55  396) BSPW131 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW131)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11950.02 15892.05  397) BSPW132 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW132)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12014.07 15897.71  398) BSPW133 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW133)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11939.14 16008.71  399) BSPW134 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW134)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12004.04 16112.62  400) BSPW135 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW135)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12065.38 16018.19  401) BSPW136 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW136)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12054.55 16168.66  402) BSPW137 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW137)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12048.41 16398.85  403) BSPW138 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW138)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.55 16215.62  404) BSPW139 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW139)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12013.31 16313.76  405) BSPW140 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW140)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12032.32 16161.06  406) BSPW141 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW141)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11987.14 15770.20  407) BSPW142 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW142)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11972.58 16229.59  408) BSPW143 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW143)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11968.22 16086.11  409) BSPW144 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW144)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12005.78 16267.01  410) BSPW145 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW145)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11982.80 15790.33  411) BSPW146 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW146)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12019.43 16163.55  412) BSPW147 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW147)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.84 16160.30  413) BSPW148 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW148)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11983.48 15557.55  414) BSPW149 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW149)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11977.49 16069.47  415) BSPW150 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW150)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11991.00 16248.23  416) BSPW151 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW151)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11982.67 15744.75  417) BSPW152 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW152)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11951.42 16032.67  418) BSPW153 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW153)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11928.09 16064.19  419) BSPW154 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW154)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11919.06 15694.18  420) BSPW155 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW155)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11968.18 16196.09  421) BSPW156 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW156)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12030.30 16171.58  422) BSPW157 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW157)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11948.95 15976.74  423) BSPW158 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW158)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12061.74 16255.84  424) BSPW159 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW159)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12068.62 16829.70  425) BSPW160 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW160)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11961.08 15881.52  426) BSPW161 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW161)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11934.95 15914.55  427) BSPW162 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW162)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12025.39 16069.80  428) BSPW163 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW163)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.26 16157.68  429) BSPW164 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW164)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11993.80 15990.42  430) BSPW165 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW165)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12017.68 15968.76  431) BSPW166 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW166)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12050.14 16485.07  432) BSPW167 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW167)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12014.97 15746.10  433) BSPW168 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW168)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11954.11 16292.79  434) BSPW169 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW169)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12011.20 15941.01  435) BSPW170 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW170)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12030.70 16247.92  436) BSPW171 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW171)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11976.37 15997.24  437) BSPW172 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW172)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11916.34 15828.40  438) BSPW173 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW173)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12043.81 16483.16  439) BSPW174 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW174)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11981.01 16004.39  440) BSPW175 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW175)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12018.48 16380.19  441) BSPW176 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW176)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12023.38 16167.31  442) BSPW177 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW177)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11989.34 16060.48  443) BSPW178 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW178)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12044.39 15904.70  444) BSPW179 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW179)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11927.68 16097.26  445) BSPW180 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW180)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11952.75 15697.12  446) BSPW181 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW181)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11958.52 16062.71  447) BSPW182 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW182)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12011.98 16037.21  448) BSPW183 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW183)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12040.96 16452.27  449) BSPW184 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW184)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12075.25 16355.76  450) BSPW185 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW185)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.00 15790.39  451) BSPW186 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW186)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12014.97 16046.68  452) BSPW187 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW187)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11957.40 16303.35  453) BSPW188 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW188)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.33 15857.21  454) BSPW189 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW189)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11940.90 15996.37  455) BSPW190 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW190)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11935.42 15610.73  456) BSPW191 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW191)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12022.04 16035.90  457) BSPW192 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW192)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.17 15921.88  458) BSPW193 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW193)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11926.52 15744.23  459) BSPW194 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW194)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12013.85 16013.16  460) BSPW195 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW195)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11962.93 15853.11  461) BSPW196 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW196)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11993.28 15941.37  462) BSPW197 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW197)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12020.02 16123.46  463) BSPW198 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW198)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12022.78 16473.52  464) BSPW199 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW199)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12008.80 15908.73  465) BSPW200 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW200)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11876.14 15827.80  466) BSPW201 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW201)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11979.15 15942.06  467) BSPW202 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW202)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12004.67 16503.87  468) BSPW203 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW203)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11996.64 16131.85  469) BSPW204 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW204)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11929.80 16268.09  470) BSPW205 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW205)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11933.79 15747.36  471) BSPW206 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW206)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12031.04 16373.15  472) BSPW207 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW207)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12089.52 16597.88  473) BSPW208 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW208)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12021.58 16402.67  474) BSPW209 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW209)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11981.70 16528.53  475) BSPW210 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW210)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12020.68 16087.64  476) BSPW211 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW211)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11951.69 15799.08  477) BSPW212 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW212)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11917.01 15789.91  478) BSPW213 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW213)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.82 15910.30  479) BSPW214 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW214)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12026.69 15851.14  480) BSPW215 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW215)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11983.86 16109.90  481) BSPW216 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW216)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12012.65 16338.50  482) BSPW217 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW217)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12016.33 16024.67  483) BSPW218 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW218)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11949.21 15817.08  484) BSPW219 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW219)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11994.19 16051.12  485) BSPW220 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW220)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11925.49 15869.35  486) BSPW221 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW221)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12106.96 17009.93  487) BSPW222 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW222)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12018.80 16369.22  488) BSPW223 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW223)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11954.68 15731.52  489) BSPW224 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW224)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11975.59 15969.85  490) BSPW225 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW225)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11971.42 15741.67  491) BSPW226 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW226)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11965.80 16249.46  492) BSPW227 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW227)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11909.95 15618.59  493) BSPW228 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW228)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11980.04 15771.12  494) BSPW229 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW229)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.44 15945.50  495) BSPW230 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW230)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12011.50 16361.31  496) BSPW231 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW231)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11959.66 16112.29  497) BSPW232 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW232)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12040.61 16213.73  498) BSPW233 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW233)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.31 15762.75  499) BSPW234 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW234)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12070.58 16435.84  500) BSPW235 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW235)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11974.98 15938.29  501) BSPW236 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW236)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11990.58 15723.46  502) BSPW237 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW237)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12034.30 16188.61  503) BSPW238 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW238)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11973.38 16324.93  504) BSPW239 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW239)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12042.10 16265.17  505) BSPW240 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW240)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12020.83 16100.33  506) BSPW241 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW241)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12019.63 16246.24  507) BSPW242 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW242)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11931.56 15873.51  508) BSPW243 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW243)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11974.08 15838.59  509) BSPW244 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW244)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12012.44 15950.29  510) BSPW245 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW245)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12100.54 16601.75  511) BSPW246 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW246)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11945.35 16032.05  512) BSPW247 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW247)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11968.55 16142.30  513) BSPW248 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW248)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12109.66 16243.02  514) BSPW249 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW249)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11946.87 16111.12  515) BSPW250 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW250)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11986.83 16265.43  516) BSPW251 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW251)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12059.30 16235.25  517) BSPW252 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW252)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11944.23 15897.40  518) BSPW253 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW253)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11949.56 16215.08  519) BSPW254 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW254)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11963.10 15933.48  520) BSPW255 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW255)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 11978.32 15917.26  521) BSPW256 [BSPW1BSPW256: Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of survey respondents (see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSPW256)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 12017.28 16159.14  522) Recommended for use in estimating the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted) (HHWEIGHT)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5972.02 5150.73  523) BSHW1 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW1)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5979.42 8913.61  524) BSHW2 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW2)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5950.79 9032.76  525) BSHW3 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW3)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.82 8675.23  526) BSHW4 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW4)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5983.27 9062.03  527) BSHW5 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW5)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.67 9052.86  528) BSHW6 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW6)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5965.02 8689.25  529) BSHW7 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW7)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.32 9086.33  530) BSHW8 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW8)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.19 8814.37  531) BSHW9 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW9)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.00 8881.24  532) BSHW10 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW10)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5943.89 8807.94  533) BSHW11 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW11)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5941.73 8885.68  534) BSHW12 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW12)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5925.46 8724.61  535) BSHW13 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW13)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5949.06 9028.78  536) BSHW14 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW14)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.43 9094.89  537) BSHW15 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW15)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5947.15 9002.38  538) BSHW16 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW16)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.15 8924.31  539) BSHW17 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW17)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.79 8834.85  540) BSHW18 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW18)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5931.17 8875.30  541) BSHW19 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW19)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5967.07 8958.52  542) BSHW20 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW20)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.86 8941.73  543) BSHW21 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW21)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.66 8882.25  544) BSHW22 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW22)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 6002.90 9013.02  545) BSHW23 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW23)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5951.71 8892.22  546) BSHW24 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW24)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.48 8958.04  547) BSHW25 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW25)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5985.97 9055.98  548) BSHW26 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW26)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5940.71 8570.44  549) BSHW27 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW27)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5935.51 9174.07  550) BSHW28 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW28)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.13 8884.92  551) BSHW29 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW29)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5938.68 8705.38  552) BSHW30 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW30)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.55 8858.00  553) BSHW31 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW31)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5929.00 8721.87  554) BSHW32 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW32)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5955.58 9064.09  555) BSHW33 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW33)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.28 8869.96  556) BSHW34 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW34)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5942.36 8794.29  557) BSHW35 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW35)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5909.40 8735.82  558) BSHW36 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW36)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.81 8815.70  559) BSHW37 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW37)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.68 9026.44  560) BSHW38 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW38)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5938.04 8847.46  561) BSHW39 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW39)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.37 8949.77  562) BSHW40 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW40)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5980.64 9073.87  563) BSHW41 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW41)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5919.02 8633.25  564) BSHW42 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW42)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5990.65 8914.51  565) BSHW43 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW43)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.29 8798.81  566) BSHW44 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW44)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.79 9030.56  567) BSHW45 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW45)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.38 8828.80  568) BSHW46 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW46)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.28 8729.82  569) BSHW47 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW47)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.99 8864.95  570) BSHW48 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW48)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.89 8883.58  571) BSHW49 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW49)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.67 9051.25  572) BSHW50 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW50)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5949.68 9058.52  573) BSHW51 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW51)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.82 8808.79  574) BSHW52 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW52)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.62 9168.61  575) BSHW53 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW53)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.05 9233.87  576) BSHW54 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW54)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.52 9061.01  577) BSHW55 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW55)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.15 8719.14  578) BSHW56 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW56)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5991.79 9008.09  579) BSHW57 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW57)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5973.79 8925.10  580) BSHW58 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW58)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5957.35 8782.17  581) BSHW59 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW59)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5966.04 8822.48  582) BSHW60 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW60)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5957.60 8899.26  583) BSHW61 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW61)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5921.76 8844.14  584) BSHW62 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW62)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.56 8996.69  585) BSHW63 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW63)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.51 8884.56  586) BSHW64 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW64)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5958.88 8866.29  587) BSHW65 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW65)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5989.07 8950.50  588) BSHW66 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW66)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.22 9201.08  589) BSHW67 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW67)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.88 9018.07  590) BSHW68 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW68)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5935.69 8778.17  591) BSHW69 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW69)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5977.68 8879.10  592) BSHW70 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW70)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5955.13 8793.59  593) BSHW71 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW71)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5952.69 8859.51  594) BSHW72 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW72)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5976.58 8702.76  595) BSHW73 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW73)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5966.71 9201.00  596) BSHW74 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW74)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.60 8816.91  597) BSHW75 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW75)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5994.63 8921.27  598) BSHW76 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW76)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5937.74 8927.03  599) BSHW77 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW77)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5943.11 8825.03  600) BSHW78 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW78)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5987.43 9111.94  601) BSHW79 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW79)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5976.60 8775.17  602) BSHW80 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW80)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.86 8967.19  603) BSHW81 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW81)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.00 8865.92  604) BSHW82 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW82)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5952.89 9121.85  605) BSHW83 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW83)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5971.61 9072.93  606) BSHW84 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW84)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5945.58 8764.71  607) BSHW85 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW85)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.84 8983.74  608) BSHW86 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW86)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.12 8861.80  609) BSHW87 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW87)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5951.07 8702.87  610) BSHW88 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW88)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.02 8955.85  611) BSHW89 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW89)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.59 8975.21  612) BSHW90 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW90)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.21 8956.17  613) BSHW91 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW91)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.49 9025.80  614) BSHW92 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW92)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.46 8838.03  615) BSHW93 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW93)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5978.53 9216.70  616) BSHW94 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW94)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5958.77 8989.08  617) BSHW95 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW95)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5941.95 8796.51  618) BSHW96 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW96)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.82 8992.84  619) BSHW97 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW97)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5941.71 8891.07  620) BSHW98 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW98)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5959.11 8907.50  621) BSHW99 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW99)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5959.06 8937.99  622) BSHW100 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW100)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5911.34 8538.33  623) BSHW101 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW101)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5946.59 8854.21  624) BSHW102 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW102)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.93 8902.85  625) BSHW103 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW103)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.81 9080.96  626) BSHW104 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW104)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5940.63 8931.43  627) BSHW105 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW105)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5983.32 9050.80  628) BSHW106 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW106)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5939.27 8827.62  629) BSHW107 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW107)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5958.55 8909.19  630) BSHW108 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW108)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.28 9118.04  631) BSHW109 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW109)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5965.07 9104.82  632) BSHW110 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW110)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.73 8881.21  633) BSHW111 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW111)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5950.69 8667.30  634) BSHW112 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW112)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5951.49 9009.37  635) BSHW113 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW113)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5950.16 9066.22  636) BSHW114 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW114)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5927.37 8918.21  637) BSHW115 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW115)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.88 9052.25  638) BSHW116 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW116)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5977.62 9032.57  639) BSHW117 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW117)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.10 9256.93  640) BSHW118 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW118)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.80 9137.17  641) BSHW119 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW119)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5943.18 8738.63  642) BSHW120 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW120)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5942.46 8984.97  643) BSHW121 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW121)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.52 8832.09  644) BSHW122 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW122)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5941.63 8712.21  645) BSHW123 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW123)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.97 8877.99  646) BSHW124 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW124)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5972.88 9067.62  647) BSHW125 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW125)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5930.68 8791.23  648) BSHW126 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW126)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5915.04 8715.56  649) BSHW127 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW127)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.44 8970.12  650) BSHW128 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW128)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5941.32 8925.76  651) BSHW129 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW129)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.91 8906.03  652) BSHW130 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW130)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5985.47 9187.77  653) BSHW131 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW131)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5918.63 8981.48  654) BSHW132 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW132)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.63 8832.58  655) BSHW133 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW133)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5938.34 8841.16  656) BSHW134 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW134)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.10 8909.69  657) BSHW135 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW135)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5986.01 8755.14  658) BSHW136 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW136)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5988.81 8992.90  659) BSHW137 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW137)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5947.02 8827.39  660) BSHW138 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW138)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.52 9131.65  661) BSHW139 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW139)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5971.71 9191.96  662) BSHW140 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW140)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.56 8980.42  663) BSHW141 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW141)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5947.38 8775.00  664) BSHW142 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW142)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.90 9062.09  665) BSHW143 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW143)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5937.22 8940.45  666) BSHW144 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW144)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5955.69 8904.35  667) BSHW145 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW145)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.35 8861.93  668) BSHW146 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW146)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5968.88 8949.89  669) BSHW147 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW147)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5924.75 8984.71  670) BSHW148 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW148)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.13 8668.47  671) BSHW149 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW149)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.06 8995.28  672) BSHW150 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW150)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5949.36 9132.91  673) BSHW151 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW151)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5946.92 8879.93  674) BSHW152 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW152)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5930.84 8802.64  675) BSHW153 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW153)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5943.42 9153.39  676) BSHW154 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW154)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5933.55 8716.20  677) BSHW155 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW155)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.03 9073.46  678) BSHW156 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW156)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5969.93 9008.32  679) BSHW157 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW157)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5929.81 8932.99  680) BSHW158 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW158)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5995.16 9266.97  681) BSHW159 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW159)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5984.98 9198.80  682) BSHW160 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW160)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.29 8951.21  683) BSHW161 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW161)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5932.82 8841.41  684) BSHW162 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW162)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5968.02 8883.87  685) BSHW163 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW163)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.58 9095.86  686) BSHW164 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW164)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5971.44 9080.81  687) BSHW165 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW165)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5990.56 8963.31  688) BSHW166 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW166)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.86 9058.14  689) BSHW167 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW167)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.43 8615.22  690) BSHW168 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW168)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5918.33 8868.41  691) BSHW169 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW169)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5967.20 8877.38  692) BSHW170 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW170)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.09 8867.98  693) BSHW171 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW171)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5958.09 8976.67  694) BSHW172 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW172)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5932.61 8787.29  695) BSHW173 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW173)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5942.15 9059.52  696) BSHW174 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW174)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.61 8944.15  697) BSHW175 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW175)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.73 9106.20  698) BSHW176 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW176)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.10 8876.00  699) BSHW177 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW177)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.60 8939.38  700) BSHW178 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW178)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5972.09 8837.45  701) BSHW179 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW179)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5959.02 9074.93  702) BSHW180 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW180)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.12 8845.06  703) BSHW181 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW181)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5923.42 8914.85  704) BSHW182 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW182)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.29 8801.11  705) BSHW183 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW183)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.11 8991.00  706) BSHW184 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW184)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 6003.41 9236.18  707) BSHW185 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW185)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5935.05 8918.01  708) BSHW186 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW186)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5960.92 8963.73  709) BSHW187 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW187)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5942.70 9136.42  710) BSHW188 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW188)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5932.97 8828.71  711) BSHW189 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW189)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5952.08 9048.69  712) BSHW190 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW190)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5945.01 8752.47  713) BSHW191 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW191)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5968.04 8856.89  714) BSHW192 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW192)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.39 8915.54  715) BSHW193 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW193)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5933.02 8742.55  716) BSHW194 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW194)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.68 8751.48  717) BSHW195 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW195)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5937.09 8689.84  718) BSHW196 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW196)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5933.11 8770.34  719) BSHW197 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW197)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5955.86 8923.30  720) BSHW198 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW198)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5981.03 9413.12  721) BSHW199 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW199)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.98 8811.80  722) BSHW200 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW200)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5925.93 8801.92  723) BSHW201 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW201)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5964.33 8929.34  724) BSHW202 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW202)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5972.75 9359.38  725) BSHW203 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW203)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.12 8926.01  726) BSHW204 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW204)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.91 9346.11  727) BSHW205 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW205)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5939.78 8726.45  728) BSHW206 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW206)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.74 9016.98  729) BSHW207 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW207)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5975.14 9205.54  730) BSHW208 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW208)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.76 9096.24  731) BSHW209 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW209)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5948.28 9057.87  732) BSHW210 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW210)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5975.47 8904.03  733) BSHW211 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW211)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5934.91 8864.00  734) BSHW212 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW212)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5924.61 8724.38  735) BSHW213 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW213)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5936.04 8918.06  736) BSHW214 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW214)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5999.38 8920.08  737) BSHW215 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW215)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5955.50 8963.79  738) BSHW216 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW216)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.84 8857.40  739) BSHW217 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW217)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.65 8761.64  740) BSHW218 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW218)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5951.49 8760.22  741) BSHW219 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW219)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5966.60 8842.05  742) BSHW220 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW220)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5918.77 8870.24  743) BSHW221 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW221)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5970.12 9169.88  744) BSHW222 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW222)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.63 9081.47  745) BSHW223 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW223)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5946.36 8632.53  746) BSHW224 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW224)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.53 8939.47  747) BSHW225 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW225)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5961.17 8900.10  748) BSHW226 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW226)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5928.87 9061.52  749) BSHW227 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW227)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5907.98 8728.16  750) BSHW228 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW228)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5944.05 8746.78  751) BSHW229 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW229)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5926.90 8728.96  752) BSHW230 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW230)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.91 9137.78  753) BSHW231 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW231)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5939.28 9067.08  754) BSHW232 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW232)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5971.47 8723.45  755) BSHW233 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW233)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.92 8882.42  756) BSHW234 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW234)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5973.91 9072.25  757) BSHW235 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW235)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5973.46 8931.13  758) BSHW236 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW236)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.77 8807.32  759) BSHW237 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW237)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.76 9023.32  760) BSHW238 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW238)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5946.45 9028.37  761) BSHW239 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW239)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5956.88 8978.00  762) BSHW240 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW240)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5977.00 9043.75  763) BSHW241 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW241)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5968.95 9010.49  764) BSHW242 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW242)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5951.14 9050.60  765) BSHW243 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW243)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.85 8821.32  766) BSHW244 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW244)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5954.06 8723.66  767) BSHW245 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW245)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5996.36 9443.38  768) BSHW246 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW246)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5938.96 8923.41  769) BSHW247 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW247)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5962.99 9054.80  770) BSHW248 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW248)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 6003.27 8907.46  771) BSHW249 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW249)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5953.88 8988.20  772) BSHW250 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW250)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5963.12 9169.82  773) BSHW251 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW251)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5984.44 8993.55  774) BSHW252 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW252)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5937.73 8874.40  775) BSHW253 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW253)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5931.77 9029.53  776) BSHW254 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW254)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5940.45 8844.52  777) BSHW255 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW255)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5940.05 8966.85  778) BSHW256 [BSHW1BSHW256 Bootstrap weights used to calculate standard errors when analyzing the characteristics of all people in the surveyed households (including both respondents and other people residing in respondents' households; see survey for details on how the data were weighted)] (BSHW256)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 35929 5974.26 8962.84  779) What is your age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IAGE)

TOTAL % 1) 1829 19.1 2) 3044 22.5 3) 4564 38.4 4) 65+ 20 Missing 30916 TOTAL 5013 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 780) Aside from special occasions like weddings, funerals and bar mitzvahs (MITSvas), how often do you attend Jewish religious services at a synagogue, temple, minyan (MINyin) or Havurah (hahvuRAH)? [READ LIST] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IATTEND)

TOTAL % 1) More than once a week 4 2) Once a week 5.1 3) Once or twice a month 8.8 4) A few times a year 28.1 5) Seldom 21.4 6) Never 32.7 Missing 30818 TOTAL 5111 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 781) What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received? [DO NOT READ] [INTERVIEWER NOTE: Enter code 3HS grad if R completed training that did NOT count toward a degree] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IEDUC)

TOTAL % 1) Less than high school (None, Grades 111, or Grade 12 with no diploma) 4 2) High school graduate (Grade 12 or GED certificate) 18.2 3) Some college, no 4year degree (includes 2 year associate degree) 29.9 4) College graduate (B.S., B.A., or other 4year degree) 23.7 5) Postgraduate training or professional schooling after college (e.g., toward a master's degree or Ph.D.; law or medical school) 24.2 Missing 30820 TOTAL 5109 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 782) [DO NOT READ; ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX] (for use with online analysis) (IGENDER)

TOTAL % 1) Male 49.9 2) Female 50.1 Missing 30797 TOTAL 5132 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 783) Last year, that is in 2012, what was your total family income from all sources, before taxes? Just stop me when I get to the right category. [READ] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IINCOME)

TOTAL % 1) Less than $30,000 26.6 2) $30,000 to under $50,000 13.4 3) $50,000 to under $75,000 12.8 4) $75,000 to under $100,000 13.9 5) $100,000 to under $150,000 [OR] 14.4 6) $150,000 or more 18.9 Missing 31540 TOTAL 4389 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 784) Are you currently married, living with a partner, divorced, separated, widowed or have you never been married? [IF R SAYS 'SINGLE,' PROBE TO DETERMINE WHICH CATEGORY IS APPROPRIATE] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IMARITAL)

TOTAL % 1) Married 46.6 2) Living with partner 6.4 3) Divorced or Separated 14.6 4) Widowed 7 5) Never been married 25.5 Missing 30809 TOTAL 5120 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
Pew Survey of U.S. Jews 2013  Respondent Component
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