A Cross-National Survey of Muslim Attitudes, Wave 2

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) ID = Wave number + country + respondent ID (ID2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL32933314467461.5278874045803
2) S1-Overall, how would you rate your neighborhood as a place to live? (S1)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent76823.3
2) Good165250.2
3) Fair74322.6
4) Poor1243.8
98) (VOL) Don't know60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
3) S2-What is your religious preference? (S2)
TOTAL%
1) Christian (Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, Christian, other Christian)60.2
2) Muslim/Islam328399.7
7) Other religion10.0
8) No religion, not a believer, atheist, agnostic30.1
TOTAL3293100.0
4) S3Eur-Does anyone in your household have a different religious preference? (S3EUR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, Islam/Muslim10100.0
Missing3283 
TOTAL10100.0
5) S4Eur-What religion is that? (S4EUR)
TOTAL%
1) Islam/Muslim or Islam/Muslim + other religions10100.0
Missing3283 
TOTAL10100.0
6) S5Eur-How many Muslim adults are there in your household? (S5EUR)
TOTAL%
1) 968.0
2) 35529.5
3) 24820.6
4) 24520.4
5) 14011.6
6) 615.1
7) 221.8
8) 90.7
9) 60.5
10) 40.3
11) 10.1
12) 10.1
13) 20.2
18) 10.1
98) 70.6
99) 50.4
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
7) S6-May I please speak with an adult Muslim currently present at home and whose (S6)
TOTAL%
1) Present respondent is the selected respondent113394.2
2) New respondent called to phone who is Muslim705.8
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
8) Respondent Identification Number (M1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL32939147012.08832547560
9) Card Number [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (M2)
TOTAL%
1) 2090100.0
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
10) Wave Number (M3)
TOTAL%
2) 3293100.0
TOTAL3293100.0
11) Country Code (M4)
TOTAL%
1) Senegal40012.1
2) Niger40012.1
3) Nigeria40012.1
4) Malaysia41012.5
5) United Kingdom40012.1
6) France40012.1
7) Germany40312.2
8) Indonesia48014.6
TOTAL3293100.0
12) Month of Interview (M5)
TOTAL%
3) March1474.5
4) April66620.2
5) May131740.0
6) June57717.5
7) July58617.8
TOTAL3293100.0
13) Day of Interview (M6)
TOTAL%
1) 611.9
2) 1444.4
3) 993.0
4) 862.6
5) 842.6
6) 732.2
7) 601.8
8) 742.2
9) 591.8
10) 1283.9
11) 1685.1
12) 902.7
13) 842.6
14) 551.7
15) 1123.4
16) 1003.0
17) 1093.3
18) 1745.3
19) 1634.9
20) 1043.2
21) 401.2
22) 1424.3
23) 1133.4
24) 1444.4
25) 1223.7
26) 1303.9
27) 1986.0
28) 1283.9
29) 1524.6
30) 611.9
31) 361.1
TOTAL3293100.0
14) Year of Interview (M7)
TOTAL%
2013) 3293100.0
TOTAL3293100.0
15) Date Formatted Field (M8)
16) Geographic Code [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (M9)
TOTAL%
1) Urban113654.4
2) Rural95445.6
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
17) Urban/Rural Specifics [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (M9A)
TOTAL%
1) Urban6416.0
2) Rural27268.0
3) Semi-urban6416.0
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
18) Region of Interview (M10)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3293462.331232
19) Sample [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (SAMPLE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2090228.32852
20) Interviewer Code (M11)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329322286.59638226
21) Interview completed on the (M12)
TOTAL%
1) First contact/attempt?203681.8
2) Second contact/attempt?35414.2
3) Third contact/attempt?662.7
4) Fourth contact/attempt?130.5
5) Fifth contact/attempt?80.3
6) Sixth contact/attempt?40.2
7) Seventh contact/attempt?70.3
8) Eighth contact/attempt?20.1
Missing803 
TOTAL2490100.0
22) Record time the actual interview started (M13)
23) Record time the actual interview ended (M14)
24) Record length of interview in minutes (M15)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329367.378582
25) Number of people present at the interview including interviewer and the respondent (M16)
TOTAL%
2) 146870.2
3) 40419.3
4) 1266.0
5) 391.9
6) 251.2
7) 150.7
8) 100.5
9) 20.1
10) 10.0
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
26) Interviewer gender (M17)
TOTAL%
1) Male107032.7
2) Female218366.7
99) 99180.6
Missing22 
TOTAL3271100.0
27) Q-9 and Q-10 Randomization (M18)
TOTAL%
1) Q-9 Asked first165550.3
2) Q-10 Asked first163849.7
TOTAL3293100.0
28) Q1-May we begin the interview now? (Q1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1203100.0
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
29) Q1A-Please tell me which of the following best describes the people who live in your neighborhood, are they [ASKED ONLY FOR GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (Q1A)
TOTAL%
1) Mainly people from your religious/ethnic background12910.7
2) Mainly people from a different religious/ethnic background32126.7
3) Mixture of people of different religious/ethnic backgrounds74061.5
98) (VOL) Don't know121.0
99) (VOL) Refused10.1
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
30) Q1B-Please tell me which of the following best describes the people who live in your neighborhood, are they [ASKED ONLY IN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA] (Q1B)
TOTAL%
1) Mainly people from your religious/racial background58465.6
2) Mainly people from a different religious/racial background18420.7
3) Mixture of people of different religious/racial backgrounds12213.7
Missing2403 
TOTAL890100.0
31) Q1C-Please tell me which of the following best describes the people who live in your neighborhood, are they [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, AND NIGER] (Q1C)
TOTAL%
1) Mainly people from your religious/tribal background65554.6
2) Mainly people from a different religious/tribal background27522.9
3) Mixture of people of different religious/tribal backgrounds25521.3
98) (VOL) Don't know151.3
Missing2093 
TOTAL1200100.0
32) Q2A-Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements? Western countries help expand democracy in the Muslim world. (Q2A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree77223.4
2) Somewhat agree98129.8
3) Somewhat disagree67820.6
4) Strongly disagree52215.9
5) Neither agree nor disagree1645.0
98) (VOL) Don't know1655.0
99) (VOL) Refused110.3
TOTAL3293100.0
33) Q2B-Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements? Western countries are essential for the economic development of the Muslim world. (Q2B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree77823.6
2) Somewhat agree108032.8
3) Somewhat disagree71221.6
4) Strongly disagree46814.2
5) Neither agree nor disagree1273.9
98) (VOL) Don't know1233.7
99) (VOL) Refused50.2
TOTAL3293100.0
34) Q2C-Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements? Western countries help promote women's rights in the Muslim world. (Q2C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree89627.2
2) Somewhat agree93328.3
3) Somewhat disagree69221.0
4) Strongly disagree54416.5
5) Neither agree nor disagree1173.6
98) (VOL) Don't know1033.1
99) (VOL) Refused80.2
TOTAL3293100.0
35) Q2D-Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements? Western countries lower moral standards in the Muslim world. (Q2D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree89327.1
2) Somewhat agree85626.0
3) Somewhat disagree64019.4
4) Strongly disagree60918.5
5) Neither agree nor disagree1253.8
98) (VOL) Don't know1544.7
99) (VOL) Refused160.5
TOTAL3293100.0
36) Q3A-Many of us rely on different kinds of sources to learn about faith and religious issues. How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Television and radio (Q3A)
TOTAL%
1) Often175153.2
2) Sometimes92828.2
3) Rarely38111.6
4) Never2286.9
98) (VOL) Don't know50.2
TOTAL3293100.0
37) Q3B-Many of us rely on different kinds of sources to learn about faith and religious issues. How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Audio CDs, cassettes, MP3 players, videotapes, DVDs (Q3B)
TOTAL%
1) Often59117.9
2) Sometimes85125.8
3) Rarely77323.5
4) Never106032.2
98) (VOL) Don't know170.5
99) (VOL) Refused10.0
TOTAL3293100.0
38) Q3C-How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Printed sources such as newspapers, magazines, books, pamphlets or posters (Q3C)
TOTAL%
1) Often70121.3
2) Sometimes90527.5
3) Rarely80424.4
4) Never85325.9
98) (VOL) Don't know270.8
99) (VOL) Refused30.1
TOTAL3293100.0
39) Q3D Many of us rely on different kinds of sources to learn about faith and religious issues. How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Text messages on cell phones (Q3D)
TOTAL%
1) Often35910.9
2) Sometimes48914.8
3) Rarely67820.6
4) Never174252.9
98) (VOL) Don't know230.7
99) (VOL) Refused20.1
TOTAL3293100.0
40) Q3E- Many of us rely on different kinds of sources to learn about faith and religious issues. How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Internet social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter (Q3E)
TOTAL%
1) Often45513.8
2) Sometimes44913.6
3) Rarely50015.2
4) Never185756.4
98) (VOL) Don't know321.0
TOTAL3293100.0
41) Q3F-How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Other internet sources (blogs, web sites, video sharing sites) (Q3F)
TOTAL%
1) Often37811.5
2) Sometimes46814.2
3) Rarely50315.3
4) Never190657.9
98) (VOL) Don't know341.0
99) (VOL) Refused40.1
TOTAL3293100.0
42) Q3G-How often do you use the following sources to obtain information on faith and religious issues often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Religious services or group meetings (Q3G)
TOTAL%
1) Often118135.9
2) Sometimes82124.9
3) Rarely58117.6
4) Never68520.8
98) (VOL) Don't know250.8
TOTAL3293100.0
43) Q4A-On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means least trustworthy and 5 means most trustworthy, how much do you trust the information on religious issues obtained from the following sources? You may choose any number between 1 and 5. Family members (Q4A)
TOTAL%
1) Least trustworthy1665.0
2) 21695.1
3) 352515.9
4) 487826.7
5) Most trustworthy152846.4
98) (VOL) Don't know260.8
99) (VOL) Refused10.0
TOTAL3293100.0
44) Q4B-On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means least trustworthy and 5 means most trustworthy, how much do you trust the information on religious issues obtained from the following sources? You may choose any number between 1 and 5. Acquaintances and friends (Q4B)
TOTAL%
1) Least trustworthy2678.1
2) 234710.5
3) 3100530.5
4) 492528.1
5) Most trustworthy70421.4
98) (VOL) Don't know431.3
99) (VOL) Refused20.1
TOTAL3293100.0
45) Q4C-On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means least trustworthy and 5 means most trustworthy, how much do you trust the information on religious issues obtained from the following sources? You may choose any number between 1 and 5. Religious leaders and scholars (Q4C)
TOTAL%
1) Least trustworthy2216.7
2) 22176.6
3) 344113.4
4) 473022.2
5) Most trustworthy163349.6
98) (VOL) Don't know451.4
99) (VOL) Refused60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
46) Q4D-On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means least trustworthy and 5 means most trustworthy, how much do you trust the information on religious issues obtained from the following sources? You may choose any number between 1 and 5. Group/political/community leaders (Q4D)
TOTAL%
1) Least trustworthy91127.7
2) 270421.4
3) 385526.0
4) 448214.6
5) Most trustworthy2427.3
98) (VOL) Don't know932.8
99) (VOL) Refused60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
47) Q4E-On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 means least trustworthy and 5 means most trustworthy, how much do you trust the information on religious issues obtained from the following sources? Journalists, broadcasters and bloggers (Q4E)
TOTAL%
1) Least trustworthy106232.3
2) 281324.7
3) 382425.0
4) 433010.0
5) Most trustworthy1665.0
98) (VOL) Don't know912.8
99) (VOL) Refused70.2
TOTAL3293100.0
48) Q4F-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statement: I depend on people who closely follow religious issues in the media to help me understand what information is important and what information is not. Do you (Q4F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree64119.5
2) Somewhat agree136241.4
3) Somewhat disagree79424.1
4) Strongly disagree40212.2
5) Neither agree nor disagree10.0
98) (VOL) Don't know882.7
99) (VOL) Refused50.2
TOTAL3293100.0
49) Q5A-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Went for visits abroad (Q5A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes85826.1
2) No242073.5
98) (VOL) Don't know130.4
99) (VOL) Refused20.1
TOTAL3293100.0
50) Q5B-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Made phone calls or sent email to people abroad (Q5B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes140242.6
2) No187356.9
98) (VOL) Don't know150.5
99) (VOL) Refused30.1
TOTAL3293100.0
51) Q5C-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Engaged in demonstrations or political activities regarding issues abroad (Q5C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1725.2
2) No309193.9
98) (VOL) Don't know190.6
99) (VOL) Refused110.3
TOTAL3293100.0
52) Q5D-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Contributed to charities abroad (Q5D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62919.1
2) No263279.9
98) (VOL) Don't know250.8
99) (VOL) Refused70.2
TOTAL3293100.0
53) Q5E-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Did business abroad (Q5E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3249.8
2) No294889.5
98) (VOL) Don't know200.6
99) (VOL) Refused10.0
TOTAL3293100.0
54) Q5F-In our integrating world, many people have contacts with other people in different countries. Which of the following activities have you engaged in in the past 12 months? Sent to or received money from family members abroad (Q5F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes95228.9
2) No232270.5
98) (VOL) Don't know180.5
99) (VOL) Refused10.0
TOTAL3293100.0
55) Q6A-Would most Muslims you know in [COUNTRY] strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements - It is important to vote in this country. (Q6A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree220667.0
2) Somewhat agree80524.4
3) Somewhat disagree1574.8
4) Strongly disagree692.1
98) (VOL) Don't know501.5
99) (VOL) Refused60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
56) Q6B-Would most Muslims you know in [COUNTRY] strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statement - It is more important to be loyal first to their country and only then to their religious group. (Q6B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree86626.3
2) Somewhat agree80324.4
3) Somewhat disagree71121.6
4) Strongly disagree78223.7
98) (VOL) Don't know1233.7
99) (VOL) Refused80.2
TOTAL3293100.0
57) Q6C-Would most Muslims you know in [COUNTRY] strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements - The central government is hostile to Islam. (Q6C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree51515.6
2) Somewhat agree60918.5
3) Somewhat disagree85726.0
4) Strongly disagree103331.4
5) Neither agree nor disagree10.0
98) (VOL) Don't know2166.6
99) (VOL) Refused621.9
TOTAL3293100.0
58) Q7A-People have various opinions about the practices of Muslims. Are the following practices essential, desirable, make no difference either way, desirable not to do, or essential not to do for Muslims - Make pilgrimages to graves of religious leaders and saints (ziyarah) (Q7A)
TOTAL%
1) Essential95729.1
2) Desirable100530.5
3) Makes no difference either way58517.8
4) Desirable not to do33710.2
5) Essential not to do3069.3
98) (VOL) Don't know962.9
99) (VOL) Refused70.2
TOTAL3293100.0
59) Q7B-People have various opinions about the practices of Muslims. Are the following practices essential, desirable, make no difference either way, desirable not to do, or essential not to do for Muslims - Seek the help of God through religious leaders or holy persons (Wasilah) (Q7B)
TOTAL%
1) Essential108432.9
2) Desirable103131.3
3) Makes no difference either way40512.3
4) Desirable not to do34110.4
5) Essential not to do34310.4
98) (VOL) Don't know792.4
99) (VOL) Refused100.3
TOTAL3293100.0
60) Q7C-People have various opinions about the practices of Muslims. Are the following practices essential, desirable, make no difference either way, desirable not to do, or essential not to do for Muslims - Eating Halal food that has been officially certified by the government or some other agency (Q7C)
TOTAL%
1) Essential210263.8
2) Desirable76123.1
3) Makes no difference either way2718.2
4) Desirable not to do932.8
5) Essential not to do391.2
98) (VOL) Don't know230.7
99) (VOL) Refused40.1
TOTAL3293100.0
61) Q7E-People have various opinions about the practices of Muslims. Are the following practices essential, desirable, make no difference either way, desirable not to do, or essential not to do for Muslims - Practicing Zikr loudly (Q7E)
TOTAL%
1) Essential88326.8
2) Desirable82725.1
3) Makes no difference either way62519.0
4) Desirable not to do54416.5
5) Essential not to do3029.2
98) (VOL) Don't know1003.0
99) (VOL) Refused120.4
TOTAL3293100.0
62) Q7F-People have various opinions about the practices of Muslims. Are the following practices essential, desirable, make no difference either way, desirable not to do, or essential not to do for Muslims - Practicing Mawlid al-Nabi (Q7F)
TOTAL%
1) Essential177253.8
2) Desirable87226.5
3) Makes no difference either way2928.9
4) Desirable not to do1374.2
5) Essential not to do1394.2
98) (VOL) Don't know742.2
99) (VOL) Refused70.2
TOTAL3293100.0
63) Q8-There has been much discussion about the place of Sharia in the modern world. In your opinion, which one of the following best describes how Sharia should fit in the legal system? Sharia should be (Q8)
TOTAL%
1) The only source of law70221.3
2) The main source of law75222.8
3) One of the many sources of law, OR76723.3
4) A guide to moral behavior, not enforceable law77723.6
5) No answer (UK)50.2
95) None of the above (vol.)772.3
98) (VOL) Don't know1885.7
99) (VOL) Refused250.8
TOTAL3293100.0
64) Q8B_1-If Sharia law were to be used in the laws of your country, do you think this area of Sharia should be included in those laws for Muslims and non-Muslims, for Muslims only, or not included at all? The parts of Sharia dealing with business and finances (for example, banking regulations). (Q8B_1)
TOTAL%
1) Muslims and non-Muslims150745.8
2) Muslims only117235.6
3) Not included at all3209.7
95) Sharia should be the only (vol.)170.5
96) Sharia is the law of the country (vol.)100.3
97) Sharia should not be the law of the country (vol.)431.3
98) (VOL) Don't know2026.1
99) (VOL) Refused220.7
TOTAL3293100.0
65) Q8B-If Sharia law were to be used in the laws of your country, do you think this area of Sharia should be included in those laws for Muslims and non-Muslims, for Muslims only, or not included at all? The parts of Sharia dealing with family (for example, marriage, divorce, and inheritance). (Q8B_2)
TOTAL%
1) Muslims and non-Muslims112234.1
2) Muslims only169551.5
3) Not included at all2728.3
95) Sharia should be the only (vol.)130.4
96) Sharia is the law of the country (vol.)50.2
97) Sharia should not be the law of the country (vol.)411.2
98) (VOL) Don't know1233.7
99) (VOL) Refused220.7
TOTAL3293100.0
66) Q8B-If Sharia law were to be used in the laws of your country, do you think this area of Sharia should be included in those laws for Muslims and non-Muslims, for Muslims only, or not included at all? The parts of Sharia dealing with social behavior (for example, prohibiting drinking, gambling, and close contact between women and men). (Q8B_3)
TOTAL%
1) Muslims and non-Muslims140542.7
2) Muslims only131640.0
3) Not included at all32910.0
95) Sharia should be the only (vol.)130.4
96) Sharia is the law of the country (vol.)70.2
97) Sharia should not be the law of the country (vol.)361.1
98) (VOL) Don't know1584.8
99) (VOL) Refused290.9
TOTAL3293100.0
67) Q8B-If Sharia law were to be used in the laws of your country, do you think this area of Sharia should be included in those laws for Muslims and non-Muslims, for Muslims only, or not included at all? The parts of Sharia dealing with religious rituals (for example, requiring prayers and fasting). (Q8B_4)
TOTAL%
1) Muslims and non-Muslims86626.3
2) Muslims only200360.8
3) Not included at all2658.0
95) Sharia should be the only (vol.)90.3
96) Sharia is the law of the country (vol.)50.2
97) Sharia should not be the law of the country (vol.)250.8
98) (VOL) Don't know983.0
99) (VOL) Refused220.7
TOTAL3293100.0
68) Q8B-If Sharia law were to be used in the laws of your country, do you think this area of Sharia should be included in those laws for Muslims and non-Muslims, for Muslims only, or not included at all? The parts of Sharia dealing with criminal punishments (for example, penalties for stealing and murder). (Q8B_5)
TOTAL%
1) Muslims and non-Muslims153246.5
2) Muslims only106232.3
3) Not included at all41312.5
95) Sharia should be the only (vol.)130.4
96) Sharia is the law of the country (vol.)50.2
97) Sharia should not be the law of the country (vol.)401.2
98) (VOL) Don't know1925.8
99) (VOL) Refused361.1
TOTAL3293100.0
69) Q9-Do you personally believe it is acceptable or not acceptable for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man who does not convert to Islam? (Q9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, it is acceptable for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man50815.4
2) No, it is not acceptable for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman250276.0
3) In certain situations it may be acceptable (vol.)2307.0
98) (VOL) Don't know501.5
99) (VOL) Refused30.1
TOTAL3293100.0
70) Q10-Do you personally believe it is acceptable or not acceptable for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman who does not convert to Islam? (Q10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, it is acceptable for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman137841.8
2) No, it is not acceptable for a Muslim man to marry a non-Muslim woman154546.9
3) In certain situations it may be acceptable (vol.)3179.6
98) (VOL) Don't know501.5
99) (VOL) Refused30.1
TOTAL3293100.0
71) Q11A-The role of women in Islam has been a matter of wide debate. Do you think Muslim women should cover their faces with a Niqab? (Q11A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes112634.2
2) No193158.6
3) No opinion (vol.)1434.3
98) (VOL) Don't know742.2
99) (VOL) Refused190.6
TOTAL3293100.0
72) Q11B-The role of women in Islam has been a matter of wide debate. Do you think Muslim women should be able to take leadership roles over both women and men? (Q11B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes196559.7
2) No116735.4
3) No opinion (vol.)541.6
98) (VOL) Don't know832.5
99) (VOL) Refused240.7
TOTAL3293100.0
73) Q11C-The role of women in Islam has been a matter of wide debate. Do you think Muslim women should be able to choose their husbands? (Q11C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes284086.2
2) No40212.2
3) No opinion (vol.)60.2
98) (VOL) Don't know280.9
99) (VOL) Refused170.5
TOTAL3293100.0
74) Q11D-The role of women in Islam has been a matter of wide debate. Do you think Muslim women should shake hands with men who are not their relatives? (Q11D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes127138.6
2) No185956.5
3) No opinion (vol.)952.9
98) (VOL) Don't Know621.9
99) (VOL) Refused60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
75) Q11E-The role of women in Islam has been a matter of wide debate. Do you think Muslim women should be able to initiate divorce? (Q11E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes207062.9
2) No111834.0
3) No opinion300.9
98) (VOL) Don't know601.8
99) (VOL) Refused150.5
TOTAL3293100.0
76) WA1-I would like to ask you a question about family law. In your opinion, the family code (also known as law of personal status, i.e., regarding marriage, divorce, etc.) in [COUNTRY] should… [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, AND NIGER] (WA1)
TOTAL%
1) Remain as it is44737.3
2) Conform strictly with Islamic law37831.5
3) Be purely secular12310.3
4) Combine Islamic and secular provisions16413.7
5) Be dropped altogether463.8
6) No opinion (vol.)141.2
98) (VOL) Don't know231.9
99) (VOL) Refused50.4
Missing2093 
TOTAL1200100.0
77) WA2a-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements. State should not have a ministry of religious affairs. [ASKED ONLY IN NIGER] (WA2A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree8621.5
2) Somewhat agree4010.0
3) Somewhat disagree246.0
4) Strongly disagree24260.5
98) (VOL) Don't know82.0
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
78) WA2b-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements. State should not regulate sermons and Islamic activities. [ASKED ONLY IN NIGER] (WA2B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree7418.5
2) Somewhat agree4411.0
3) Somewhat disagree246.0
4) Strongly disagree25162.8
5) Neither agree nor disagree10.3
98) (VOL) Don't know61.5
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
79) WA2C-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements. State should not build mosques. [ASKED ONLY IN NIGER]. (WA2C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree5313.3
2) Somewhat agree369.0
3) Somewhat disagree205.0
4) Strongly disagree28972.3
98) (VOL) Don't know20.5
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
80) WA2D-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements. State should not allow the Qur'an to be taught in public schools. [ASKED ONLY IN NIGER] (WA2D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree5112.8
2) Somewhat agree369.0
3) Somewhat disagree287.0
4) Strongly disagree28471.0
98) (VOL) Don't know10.3
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
81) WA3-In your opinion, which of the following creates the most serious problems for Muslims in Nigeria? [ASKED ONLY IN NIGERIA] (WA3)
TOTAL%
1) The division between Izala and Sufi orders (Tijaniyya and Qadiriyya),13433.5
2) New religious movements such as Boko Haram and Kala Kato, OR21052.5
3) Government's lack of effective control of religious groups and their leaders?164.0
95) None of the above (vol).266.5
98) (VOL) Don't know10.3
99) (VOL) Refused133.3
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
82) WA4-Please indicate the religious group you belong to [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL] (WA4)
TOTAL%
1) Tidjane23157.8
2) Mouride12832.0
3) Layene82.0
4) Qadre153.8
97) Other (specify______)20.5
99) (VOL) Refused164.0
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
83) SEA1-Do you think that Muslims are obligated to vote for a Muslim party? [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA] (SEA1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30434.2
2) No46652.4
98) (VOL) Don't know10211.5
99) (VOL) Refused182.0
Missing2403 
TOTAL890100.0
84) I1-Many Indonesians rely on the following institutions for their understanding of Islam. Which one of the following is the most important institute for you? (READ LIST, SINGLE RESPONSE) [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA]- (I1)
TOTAL%
1) MUI (Majelis Ulama Indonesa)19841.3
2) Muhammadiyah357.3
3) PERSIS (Persatuan Islam)30.6
4) NU (Nahdatul Ulama)17336.0
5) HTI (Hizbut Tharir Indonesia)10.2
8) FPI (Front Pembela Islam)30.6
9) MTA (Majelis Tafsir Al-Quran)20.4
95) None of the above (vol.)326.7
98) (VOL) Don't know296.0
99) (VOL) Refused40.8
Missing2813 
TOTAL480100.0
85) I2-There has been widespread debate about national identification cards and religion. In your opinion, should the national identification cards include religion (agama)? [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA] (I2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45795.2
2) No204.2
98) (VOL) Don't know30.6
Missing2813 
TOTAL480100.0
86) I3-Please let me know if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the following statement: The government should outlaw Amadiyah: [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESA] (I3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23849.6
2) Somewhat agree8517.7
3) Somewhat disagree469.6
4) Strongly disagree234.8
98) (VOL) Don't know8317.3
99) (VOL) Refused51.0
Missing2813 
TOTAL480100.0
87) E1-In your opinion, which one of the following is the best way to avoid religious conflict? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E1)
TOTAL%
1) Make sure every religion is respected in the schools, councils, national holidays, and symbols and in public life77664.5
2) Make sure that religion is completely kept out of the schools, councils, national holidays and symbols, and in public life15412.8
3) Accept that the country I live in is mostly a Christian country and seek out the best accomodations for minority groups, including Muslims?21217.6
4) (VOL) Other171.4
5) (VOL) No opinion131.1
8) (VOL) Don't know211.7
9) (VOL) Refused100.8
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
88) E2-Were you born in this country? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45738.0
2) No74662.0
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
89) E2A-In what country were you born? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E2A)
TOTAL%
1) Afghanistan70.9
2) Algeria11615.5
3) Bangladesh425.6
4) Bosnia/Herzegovina20.3
8) India141.9
10) Iran60.8
11) Iraq50.7
13) Jordan30.4
14) Lebanon60.8
16) Morocco10013.4
17) Niger10.1
18) Nigeria20.3
19) Pakistan9913.3
21) Saudi Arabia30.4
22) Senegal20.3
23) Somalia50.7
24) Sudan10.1
25) Syria40.5
26) Tunisia486.4
27) Turkey23431.4
30) Africa (unspecified)10.1
31) Burma10.1
32) Cyprus60.8
33) Denmark10.1
35) Ghana10.1
37) Kenya70.9
38) Kosovo10.1
39) Libya10.1
40) Malawi10.1
41) Mauritius10.1
43) Switzerland10.1
44) Tanzania10.1
45) Uganda30.4
98) Other (Specify)131.7
99) Don't know/Refused70.9
Missing2547 
TOTAL746100.0
90) E2A-In what country were you born? Other [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E2AOTHER)
91) E3-Was your father born in this country? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes625.2
2) No114194.8
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
92) E3A-In what country was he born? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E3A)
TOTAL%
1) Afghanistan80.7
2) Algeria15913.9
3) Bangladesh948.2
4) Bosnia/Herzegovina20.2
5) Egypt20.2
8) India544.7
10) Iran60.5
11) Iraq70.6
13) Jordan30.3
14) Lebanon111.0
15) Malaysia10.1
16) Morocco13812.1
17) Niger20.2
18) Nigeria40.4
19) Pakistan17615.4
20) Palestine30.3
21) Saudia Arabia20.2
22) Senegal40.4
23) Somalia50.4
24) Sudan10.1
25) Syria50.4
26) Tunisia635.5
27) Turkey33329.2
30) Other (Specify)221.9
32) Cyprus70.6
34) Djibouti10.1
35) Ghana10.1
36) Jamaica10.1
37) Kenya90.8
38) Kosovo10.1
39) Libya10.1
40) Malawi10.1
41) Mauritius10.1
43) Switzerland10.1
44) Tanzania20.2
45) Uganda10.1
50) Africa (unspecified)20.2
98) (VOL) Don't know20.2
99) (VOL) Refused50.4
Missing2152 
TOTAL1141100.0
93) E3A-In what country was he born? Other [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E3AOTHER)
94) E4-Was your mother born in this country? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes766.3
2) No112793.7
Missing2090 
TOTAL1203100.0
95) E4A-In what country was she born? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E4A)
TOTAL%
1) Afghanistan80.7
2) Algeria15713.9
3) Bangladesh908.0
4) Bosnia/Herzegovina20.2
5) Egypt20.2
7) Germany10.1
8) India524.6
10) Iran60.5
11) Iraq60.5
13) Jordan20.2
14) Lebanon90.8
15) Malaysia10.1
16) Morocco13912.3
17) Niger20.2
18) Nigeria40.4
19) Pakistan17815.8
20) Palestine30.3
21) Saudi Arabia10.1
22) Senegal40.4
23) Somalia60.5
24) Sudan10.1
25) Syria50.4
26) Tunisia615.4
27) Turkey33229.5
30) Other (Specify)222.0
32) Cyprus70.6
34) Djibouti10.1
35) Ghana10.1
37) Kenya60.5
38) Kosovo10.1
39) Libya10.1
40) Malawi10.1
41) Mauritius10.1
42) Singapore10.1
43) Switzerland10.1
44) Tanzania30.3
50) Africa (unspecified)20.2
98) (VOL) Don't know20.2
99) 9950.4
Missing2166 
TOTAL1127100.0
96) E4A-In what country was she born? Other [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY, FRANCE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM] (E4AOTHER)
97) D1-Respondent gender (D1)
TOTAL%
1) Male163949.8
2) Female165450.2
TOTAL3293100.0
98) D2-What is your age? (D2)
TOTAL%
101) 18 - 24 years old62619.0
102) 25 - 34 years old87726.6
103) 35 - 44 years old77623.6
104) 45 - 54 years old51515.6
105) 55 - 64 years old3029.2
106) 65 and older1745.3
998) (VOL) Don't know40.1
999) (VOL) Refused190.6
TOTAL3293100.0
99) D3A. What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM] (D3A)
TOTAL%
1) Lower elementary (1)41.0
2) Upper elementary (2)71.8
3) Middle school/intermediate school235.8
4) Secondary19548.8
5) University16942.3
98) Don't know20.5
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
100) D3B-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN FRANCE] (D3B)
TOTAL%
1) Primaire5614.0
2) Complémentaire307.5
3) Secondaire9022.5
4) Baccalauréat12330.8
5) Universitaire10025.0
99) (VOL) Refused10.3
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
101) D3C-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN GERMANY] (D3C)
TOTAL%
1) Elementary5212.9
2) Middle school7919.6
3) Secondary6816.9
4) High school11829.3
5) University6917.1
6) No graduation completed71.7
90) Other30.7
98) (VOL) Don't know41.0
99) (VOL) Refused30.7
Missing2890 
TOTAL403100.0
102) D3D\What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN MALAYSIA] (D3D)
TOTAL%
1) No education82.0
2) Primary school266.3
3) Lower secondary school6916.8
4) Upper secondary school21853.2
5) Technical or vocational school225.4
6) Postsecondary education (matriculation, pre-university, Foundation)235.6
7) Tertiary education (University, University College, polytechnic, etc.)368.8
8) Postgraduate education61.5
9) (VOL) Sekolah Agama10.2
98) (VOL) Don't know10.2
Missing2883 
TOTAL410100.0
103) D3E-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN NIGER] (D3E)
TOTAL%
1) No education7117.8
2) Primary school (grades 1-6)7719.3
3) Junior secondary school (grades 7-10)7117.8
4) Senior secondary school (grades 11-13)4010.0
5) Vocational school174.3
6) Polytechnic graduate41.0
7) University graduate71.8
8) Postgraduate102.5
9) (VOL) Madrassa10225.5
98) (VOL) Don't know10.3
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
104) D3F-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN NIGERIA] (D3F)
TOTAL%
1) No education14035.0
2) Primary school (grades 1-6)5413.5
3) Junior secondary school (grades 7-9)287.0
4) Senior secondary school (grades 7-9)13233.0
5) Vocational school41.0
6) Ordinary national diploma (OND)71.8
7) National certificate of education (NCE)133.3
8) Polytechnic graduate143.5
9) University graduate61.5
99) (VOL) Refused20.5
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
105) D3G-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL] (D3G)
TOTAL%
1) No education369.0
2) Primary school (grades 1-6)6015.0
3) Junior secondary school (grades 7-10)5313.3
4) Senior secondary school (grades 11-13)7819.5
5) Vocational school5614.0
6) Polytechnic graduate184.5
7) University graduate338.3
8) Postgraduate225.5
9) (VOL) Madrassa4310.8
98) (VOL) Don't know10.3
Missing2893 
TOTAL400100.0
106) D3H-What is the highest level of education or schooling you have completed? [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA] (D3H)
TOTAL%
1) No education10.2
2) Primary school15832.9
3) Secondary school11223.3
4) High school17035.4
5) Technical or vocational school71.5
6) College or university296.0
7) Postgraduate education30.6
Missing2813 
TOTAL480100.0
107) D4-Are you currently married, divorced, separated, widowed or never been married? (D4)
TOTAL%
1) Married229269.6
2) Divorced942.9
3) Separated310.9
4) Widowed1243.8
5) Never been married74422.6
98) (VOL) Don't know20.1
99) (VOL) Refused60.2
TOTAL3293100.0
108) D5-Are you now employed full-time, part-time or not employed? (D5)
TOTAL%
1) Employed full time107532.6
2) Employed part time36511.1
3) Self-employed57217.4
4) Unemployed and looking for work1725.2
5) Unemployed and not looking for work1604.9
6) Housewife not working outside the home56317.1
7) Retired1624.9
8) Disabled (VOL)60.2
9) Student (VOL)1855.6
98) (VOL) Don't know321.0
99) (VOL) Refused10.0
TOTAL3293100.0
109) D6-Including yourself, how many adults 18 years of age or older live in your household? [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (D6)
TOTAL%
1) 783.7
2) 60228.8
3) 40919.6
4) 32615.6
5) 24811.9
6) 1848.8
7) 874.2
8) 522.5
9) 422.0
10) 160.8
11) 100.5
12) 90.4
13) 60.3
14) 20.1
15) 10.0
17) 10.0
23) 10.0
25) 10.0
26) 10.0
36) 20.1
98) 20.1
99) 100.5
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
110) D7-Which of the following words or phrases best describes your household's standard of living? (D7)
TOTAL%
1) Prosperous2096.3
2) Living very comfortably44813.6
3) Living reasonably comfortably137941.9
4) Just getting along101430.8
5) Nearly poor1574.8
6) Poor752.3
98) (VOL) Don't know60.2
99) (VOL) Refused50.2
TOTAL3293100.0
111) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Justice (D8A_1)
TOTAL%
0) No85726.0
1) Yes227869.2
98) (VOL) Don't know1153.5
99) (VOL) Refused431.3
TOTAL3293100.0
112) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Freedom (D8A_2)
TOTAL%
0) No86926.4
1) Yes227769.1
98) (VOL) Don't know1093.3
99) (VOL) Refused381.2
TOTAL3293100.0
113) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Protecting or saving the life of a loved one (D8A_3)
TOTAL%
0) No47614.5
1) Yes272182.6
98) (VOL) Don't know581.8
99) (VOL) Refused381.2
TOTAL3293100.0
114) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Your political beliefs (D8A_4)
TOTAL%
0) No231170.2
1) Yes77723.6
98) (VOL) Don't know1564.7
99) (VOL) Refused491.5
TOTAL3293100.0
115) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Your nation (D8A_5)
TOTAL%
0) No103931.6
1) Yes207863.1
98) (VOL) Don't know1263.8
99) (VOL) Refused501.5
TOTAL3293100.0
116) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? Your faith (D8A_6)
TOTAL%
0) No57217.4
1) Yes261479.4
98) (VOL) Don't know782.4
99) (VOL) Refused290.9
TOTAL3293100.0
117) D8A-I'm now going to read you a list of statements. For each, please tell me if you think it is worth your personal sacrifice, even that of life? None of these (D8A_7)
TOTAL%
0) No313795.3
1) Yes1494.5
98) (VOL) Don't know70.2
TOTAL3293100.0
118) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To promote a more just world (D8B_1)
TOTAL%
0) No147944.9
1) Yes164349.9
98) (VOL) Don't know1334.0
99) (VOL) Refused381.2
TOTAL3293100.0
119) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To promote freedom (D8B_2)
TOTAL%
0) No139342.3
1) Yes173552.7
98) (VOL) Don't know1303.9
99) (VOL) Refused351.1
TOTAL3293100.0
120) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To protect or save the life of a loved one (D8B_3)
TOTAL%
0) No82425.0
1) Yes235271.4
98) (VOL) Don't know832.5
99) (VOL) Refused341.0
TOTAL3293100.0
121) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To defend your political beliefs (D8B_4)
TOTAL%
0) No237972.2
1) Yes72121.9
98) (VOL) Don't know1494.5
99) (VOL) Refused441.3
TOTAL3293100.0
122) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To defend your nation (D8B_5)
TOTAL%
0) No118836.1
1) Yes195059.2
98) (VOL) Don't know1203.6
99) (VOL) Refused351.1
TOTAL3293100.0
123) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? To defend your faith (D8B_6)
TOTAL%
0) No97729.7
1) Yes218766.4
98) (VOL) Don't know902.7
99) (VOL) Refused391.2
TOTAL3293100.0
124) D8B-Now I'm going to ask you about a series of situations. For each, please tell me when do you think resorting to violence is justified? None of these (D8B_7)
TOTAL%
0) No282585.8
1) Yes45613.8
98) (VOL) Don't know120.4
TOTAL3293100.0
125) A1-Language interview completed in (A1)
TOTAL%
1) English52016.3
2) French52116.3
3) German2106.6
4) Bahasa Malaysia40912.8
5) Hausa53316.7
6) Kanuri10.0
7) Wolof2186.8
8) Yoruba180.6
9) Zarma601.9
10) Arabic230.7
11) Turkish1936.0
13) Bahasa Indonesia45714.3
14) Sudanese240.8
15) Bengali50.2
95) Other10.0
Missing100 
TOTAL3193100.0
126) A2-Gender of Interviewer (A2)
TOTAL%
1) Male98534.3
2) Female186865.1
99) Refused180.6
Missing422 
TOTAL2871100.0
127) A3-Age of Interviewer (A3)
TOTAL%
17) 531.8
18) 953.3
19) 1224.2
20) 1525.3
21) 933.2
22) 1324.6
23) 2257.8
24) 481.7
25) 1184.1
26) 953.3
27) 1053.7
28) 1003.5
29) 1485.2
30) 2257.8
31) 461.6
32) 662.3
33) 1194.1
34) 642.2
35) 702.4
36) 1746.1
37) 1204.2
38) 873.0
39) 371.3
40) 110.4
41) 501.7
42) 863.0
43) 200.7
44) 100.3
45) 291.0
46) 301.0
47) 632.2
48) 501.7
49) 100.3
99) 180.6
Missing422 
TOTAL2871100.0
128) A4A-Race/Ethnicity of Interviewer [ASKED IN FRANCE, GERMANY AND THE UNITED KINGDOM ONLY] (A4A)
TOTAL%
1) White27335.0
2) Black222.8
3) South Asian31139.8
5) Middle Eastern9512.2
6) Other222.8
99) (VOL) Refused587.4
Missing2512 
TOTAL781100.0
129) A4A-Race/Ethnicity of Interviewer: Other Specify [ASKED IN FRANCE, GERMANY AND THE UNITED KINGDOM ONLY] (A4AOTHER)
130) A4B-Race of Interviewer [ASKED IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA ONLY] (A4B)
TOTAL%
1) Malay41046.1
4) Javanese32836.9
5) Sundanese121.3
6) Madurese10.1
7) Minangkabau212.4
8) Betawi384.3
9) Bugis202.2
12) Sumatra101.1
13) Batak101.1
14) Palembang303.4
15) Aceh101.1
Missing2403 
TOTAL890100.0
131) A4C-Interviewer's Religious Preference [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, AND NIGER] (A4C)
TOTAL%
1) Muslim1200100.0
Missing2093 
TOTAL1200100.0
132) A5-Which of the following statements do you think best describes the level of comprehension of the survey questionnaire by the respondent? (A5)
TOTAL%
1) The respondent understood all of the questions.158455.2
2) The respondent understood most of the questions.83729.2
3) The respondent understood most of the questions, but with some help from me.39513.8
4) The respondent had difficulty understanding most of the questions, even with help from me.551.9
Missing422 
TOTAL2871100.0
133) A6-Which of the following statements do you think best describes the level of comfort or unease that the respondent had with the survey questionnaire? (A6)
TOTAL%
1) The respondent was comfortable (at ease) with all of the questionnaire.167458.3
2) The respondent was comfortable with most of the questions.98734.4
3) The respondent was comfortable with only some of the questions.1916.7
4) The respondent was generally uncomfortable with the survey questions.190.7
Missing422 
TOTAL2871100.0
134) A7-Which ONE of the following statements best describes the interview setting? [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (A7)
TOTAL%
1) Private, just the respondent and me146870.2
2) Some family members/bystanders present, but not interfering59128.3
3) Some family members/bystanders present and they interfered with the interview311.5
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
135) A8-Interview Subject to Back-check/Control [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, INDONESIA, AND MALAYSIA] (A8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes179786.0
2) No29314.0
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
136) A9-Method of Back-check/Control [ASKED ONLY IN SENEGAL, NIGERIA, NIGER, AND MALAYSIA] (A9)
TOTAL%
1) Direct supervision during interview67432.2
2) Back-check in person by supervisor72934.9
3) Back-check by telephone by supervisor or by the central office39418.9
4) Not Subject to back-check29314.0
Missing1203 
TOTAL2090100.0
137) A10A-Please indicate which, if any, of the questions caused this respondent any uneasiness or decreased cooperation during the interview. (Write down no more than three question numbers, in order of mention.) First mention [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA] (A10A)
138) A10B-Please indicate which, if any, of the questions caused this respondent any uneasiness or decreased cooperation during the interview. (Write down no more than three question numbers, in order of mention.) Second mention [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA] (A10B)
139) A10C-Please indicate which, if any, of the questions caused this respondent any uneasiness or decreased cooperation during the interview. (Write down no more than three question numbers, in order of mention.) Third mention [ASKED ONLY IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA] (A10C)
140) Sampling stratum (STRATUM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3293451.813242
141) Base weight (BASEWT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329310945.06211041
142) Trimmed raked weight (RAKEDWT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329352922.19797655
143) [Normrakewt] Trimmed raked weight (sums to n) (NORMWT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329311
144) PSU Identifier (CLUSTER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2090355.63293
145) PSU population size (PSUPOP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2090278292.555281064
146) I-GENDER: D1-Respondent gender (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male163949.8
2) Female165450.2
TOTAL3293100.0
147) I-AGE: D2-What is your age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
101) 18 - 24 years old62619.1
102) 25 - 34 years old87726.8
103) 35 - 44 years old77623.7
104) 45 - 54 years old51515.7
105) 55 and older47614.6
Missing23 
TOTAL3270100.0
148) I-MARITAL: D4-Are you currently married, divorced, separated, widowed or never been married? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married229269.8
2) Divorced, separated, or widowed2497.6
5) Never been married74422.6
Missing8 
TOTAL3285100.0
149) I-EMPLOY: D5-Are you now employed full-time, part-time or not employed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EMPLOY)
TOTAL%
1) Employed for pay201261.7
2) Not employed for pay124838.3
Missing33 
TOTAL3260100.0