Millennial Values Survey, 2012

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > National > Public Religion Research Institute > Codebook


All frequencies weighted by 262) WEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131083.24615.93
2) Interview start time (GMT) (INTSTRT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
3) Interview finish time (GMT) (INTEND)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
4) Language of survey (LANG)
TOTAL%
1) English version186792.7
2) Spanish version1467.3
TOTAL2013100.0
5) Language Proficiency (LANGPROF)
TOTAL%
1) English dominant1577.8
2) Bilingual1949.6
3) Spanish dominant673.3
5) Non-Hispanic159579.2
TOTAL2013100.0
6) Form 1 (FORM1)
TOTAL%
0) No99649.5
1) Yes101750.5
TOTAL2013100.0
7) Form 2 (FORM2)
TOTAL%
0) No101750.5
1) Yes99649.5
TOTAL2013100.0
8) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? (Q1) (OBAPPR)
TOTAL%
1) Approve100550
2) Disapprove77538.5
3) Other [Specify]251.2
4) Neutral/Depends994.9
98) Don't know/Don't care954.7
99) Refused13.6
TOTAL2012100.0
9) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barak Obama is handling his job as president? [Other, Specify] (Q1_Other) (OBAPPRO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
10) Over the NEXT two years do you think the economy will get better, get worse, or will it stay about the same? (Q2) (ECON2YR)
TOTAL%
1) Better76337.9
2) Worse53526.6
3) About the same69834.7
99) Refused16.8
TOTAL2012100.0
11) [Abortion] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_A) (ORDQ3A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.912.60
12) [Same-sex marriage] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_B) (ORDQ3B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.022.56
13) [Education] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_C) (ORDQ3C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.902.59
14) [Immigration] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_D) (ORDQ3D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.042.60
15) [The federal deficit] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_E) (ORDQ3E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.912.55
16) [Jobs and unemployment] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_F) (ORDQ3F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.012.50
17) [National security] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_G) (ORDQ3G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.122.63
18) [Growing gap between rich and poor] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_H) (ORDQ3H)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.042.62
19) [The environment] Order in which respondent saw this time (Order_Q3_I) (ORDQ3I)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20135.052.58
20) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Abortion (Q3a) (ISSIMP1)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue45122.4
2) One among many84041.7
3) Not that important67733.6
99) Refused442.2
TOTAL2012100.0
21) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Same-sex marriage (Q3b) (ISSIMP2)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue44722.2
2) One among many70435
3) Not that important81840.7
99) Refused432.1
TOTAL2012100.0
22) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Education (Q3c) (ISSIMP3)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue109454.3
2) One among many76137.8
3) Not that important1065.3
99) Refused522.6
TOTAL2013100.0
23) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Immigration (Q3d) (ISSIMP4)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue68734.1
2) One among many95847.6
3) Not that important31615.7
99) Refused522.6
TOTAL2013100.0
24) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] The federal deficit (Q3e) (ISSIMP5)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue111555.4
2) One among many73736.6
3) Not that important1165.8
99) Refused452.2
TOTAL2013100.0
25) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Jobs and unemployment (Q3f) (ISSIMP6)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue153776.4
2) One among many37818.8
3) Not that important492.4
99) Refused492.4
TOTAL2013100.0
26) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] National security (Q3g) (ISSIMP7)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue69234.4
2) One among many107453.4
3) Not that important20410.1
99) Refused422.1
TOTAL2012100.0
27) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Growing gap between rich and poor (Q3h) (ISSIMP8)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue80640.1
2) One among many89444.4
3) Not that important26513.2
99) Refused472.3
TOTAL2012100.0
28) Thinking about some issues in the country today, please say whether the following issues represent a critical issue facing the country, one among many important issues, or not that important compared to other issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] The environment (Q3i) (ISSIMP9)
TOTAL%
1) Critical issue70334.9
2) One among many94947.1
3) Not that important31215.5
99) Refused492.4
TOTAL2013100.0
29) [Voted for McCain, the Republican] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q4_01) (ORDQ4A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.480.50
30) [Voted for Obama, the Democrat] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q4_02) (ORDQ4B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.520.50
31) [Did not vote (includes too young to vote)] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q4_03) (ORDQ4C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
32) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q4_04) (ORDQ4D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.000.00
33) Respondents age 21 or older, ask: In the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain, did you vote for Obama the Democrat, McCain the Republican, or did things come up that prevented you from voting? [ROTATE OPTIONS 1 AND 2] (ELEC08)
TOTAL%
1) Voted for Obama, the Democrat23520
2) Voted for McCain, the Republican45939.1
3) Did not vote [includes too young to vote]43937.4
4) Other [Specify]232
99) Refused171.4
Missing637 
TOTAL1173100.0
34) Respondents age 21 or older, ask: In the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain, did you vote for Obama the Democrat, McCain the Republican, or did things come up that prevented you from voting? [ROTATE OPTIONS 1 AND 2] Other, Specify (Q4_Other) (ELEC08O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
35) Ask all: How would you rate your chances of voting in the 2012 presidential election? (Q5) (ELEC12)
TOTAL%
1) Absolutely certain92445.9
2) Probably will vote40220
3) Chances are 50-5027313.6
4) Less than 50-50 chance38719.2
99) Refused261.3
TOTAL2012100.0
36) [Republican candidate] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q6_01) (ORDQ6A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.470.50
37) [Barack Obama] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q6_02) (ORDQ6B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.530.50
38) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q6_03) (ORDQ6C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
39) Looking ahead, would you like to see Barack Obama re-elected in 2012 or would you prefer that a Republican candidate win the election? [ROTATE OPTIONS 1-2] (Q6) (PREF12)
TOTAL%
1) Republican candidate70935.2
2) Barack Obama99149.2
3) Other [Specify]703.5
4) Neither/Third party502.5
5) Ron Paul271.3
98) Don't know1155.7
99) Refused512.5
TOTAL2013100.0
40) Looking ahead, would you like to see Barack Obama re-elected in 2012 or would you prefer that a Republican candidate win the election? [ROTATE OPTIONS 1-2] Other, Specify (Q6_Other) (PREF12O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
41) [Rick Santorum] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q7_01) (ORDQ7A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.491.11
42) [Mitt Romney] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q7_02) (ORDQ7B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.471.12
43) [Newt Gingrich] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q7_03) (ORDQ7C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.471.09
44) [Ron Paul] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q7_04) (ORDQ7D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.571.16
45) If prefer Republican candidate, ask: And who would you prefer to win the Republican nomination? [RANDOMIZE LIST] (REPCAND)
TOTAL%
1) Mitt Romney15721.6
2) Rick Santorum24333.5
3) Newt Gingrich9112.5
4) Ron Paul21930.2
99) Refused162.2
Missing1283 
TOTAL726100.0
46) If vote for Obama or Republican candidate, ask: And how excited would you be to cast a vote for [INSERT CANDIDATE]? Would you feel excited about your vote or not? (Q8) (CANEXC)
TOTAL%
1) Excited99659.1
2) Not Excited67840.3
99) Refused10.6
Missing318 
TOTAL1684100.0
47) [Satisfied] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_01) (ORDQ9A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.971.40
48) [Excited] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_02) (ORDQ9B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.071.44
49) [Disappointed] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_03) (ORDQ9C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.981.42
50) [Worried] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_04) (ORDQ9D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.051.41
51) [Angry] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_05) (ORDQ9E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.931.40
52) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q9_06) (ORDQ9F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20136.000.00
53) Which of the following best describes how you feel about the Obama presidency so far? [RANDOMIZE OPTIONS 1-5] (Q9) (OBPRES)
TOTAL%
1) Satisfied67733.7
2) Excited1185.9
3) Disappointed51025.4
4) Worried33416.6
5) Angry1718.5
6) Other [Specify]371.8
7) Indifferent/Neutral592.9
98) Don't know/Don't care693.4
99) Refused361.8
TOTAL2011100.0
54) Which of the following best describes how you feel about the Obama presidency so far? [RANDOMIZE OPTIONS 1-5] Other, Specify (Q9_Other) (OBPRESO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
55) [Mitt Romney] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_A) (ORDQ10A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.441.70
56) [Rick Santorum] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_B) (ORDQ10B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.571.70
57) [Barack Obama] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_C) (ORDQ10C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.571.70
58) [The Democratic Party] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_D) (ORDQ10D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.481.69
59) [The Republican Party] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_E) (ORDQ10E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.541.71
60) [Newt Gingrich] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_F) (ORDQ10F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.251.72
61) [Ron Paul] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q10_G) (ORDQ10G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.551.74
62) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Mitt Romney (Q10a) (ROMOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable974.8
2) Mostly favorable44822.3
3) Mostly unfavorable53726.7
4) Very unfavorable46523.1
6) Have not heard of39319.5
99) Refused723.6
TOTAL2012100.0
63) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Rick Santorum (Q10b) (SANOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable844.2
2) Mostly favorable39319.5
3) Mostly unfavorable41320.5
4) Very unfavorable51625.6
6) Have not heard of52726.2
99) Refused793.9
TOTAL2012100.0
64) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Barack Obama (Q10c) (OBAOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable44422.1
2) Mostly favorable60630.1
3) Mostly unfavorable36117.9
4) Very unfavorable43221.5
6) Have not heard of1055.2
99) Refused653.2
TOTAL2013100.0
65) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The Democratic Party (Q10d) (DEMOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable28414.1
2) Mostly favorable69134.3
3) Mostly unfavorable44722.2
4) Very unfavorable33016.4
6) Have not heard of1859.2
99) Refused753.7
TOTAL2012100.0
66) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The Republican Party (Q10e) (REPOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable1487.4
2) Mostly favorable49324.5
3) Mostly unfavorable58329
4) Very unfavorable49624.7
6) Have not heard of2009.9
99) Refused924.6
TOTAL2012100.0
67) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 ONLY: Newt Gingrich (Q10f) (GINOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable343.3
2) Mostly favorable16416.2
3) Mostly unfavorable24924.5
4) Very unfavorable30630.1
6) Have not heard of23623.3
99) Refused262.6
Missing1000 
TOTAL1015100.0
68) Now we would like your views on some political leaders and groups. Please say whether your overall opinion of each of the following is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 2 ONLY: Ron Paul (Q10g) (PANOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable737.3
2) Mostly favorable20620.7
3) Mostly unfavorable27027.1
4) Very unfavorable15215.3
6) Have not heard of24724.8
99) Refused474.7
Missing1013 
TOTAL995100.0
69) If current college student or college graduate: Now I have a few questions about your educational background. How would you describe the type of college or university (IF EDUCATION=10 INSERT: you are currently attending; IF EDCATION=11, 12, 13, 14 INSERT: you attended) (Q11)? (COLTYPE)
TOTAL%
1) Community college (two-year)29426.1
2) Public college or university (four-year)52546.6
3) Non-religious private college or university (four-year)918.1
4) Religiously affiliated college or university (four-year)958.4
5) Other (Specify)726.4
7) Technical/Trade school141.2
98) Don't know10.9
99) Refused262.3
Missing777 
TOTAL1127100.0
70) If current college student or college graduate: Now I have a few questions about your educational background. How would you describe the type of college or university (IF EDUCATION=10 INSERT: you are currently attending; IF EDCATION=11, 12, 13, 14 INSERT: you attended) Other, Specify (Q11_Other)? (COLTYPEO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
71) If current college student or college graduate: How much money (IF EDUCATION=10 INSERT: will you have; IF EDUCATION=11, 12, 13, 14 INSERT: did you have) to borrow to finance your undergraduate college education, if any? (Q12) (EDLOAN)
TOTAL%
1) Did not borrow39935.4
2) Less than $10,00018016
3) Between $10,000 and $20,00019016.8
4) Between $20,000 and $30,00012210.8
5) Between $30,000 and $40,000746.6
6) Between $40,000 and $50,000302.7
7) More than $50,000746.6
8) Other [SPECIFY]282.5
99) Refused312.7
Missing777 
TOTAL1128100.0
72) If current college student or college graduate: How much money (IF EDUCATION=10 INSERT: will you have; IF EDUCATION=11, 12, 13, 14 INSERT: did you have) to borrow to finance your undergraduate college education, if any? (Q12_Other) (EDLOANO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
73) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Atheists, people who do not believe in God (Q13a) (AMFEELA)
TOTAL%
1) 122411.1
2) 2201
3) 311.5
4) 410.5
5) 513.6
6) 611.5
7) 73.1
8) 810.5
9) 94.2
10) 10502.5
11) 1111.5
12) 126.3
13) 132.1
14) 145.2
15) 155.2
16) 166.3
17) 172.1
18) 183.1
19) 197.3
20) 20422.1
21) 218.4
22) 2211.5
23) 2313.6
24) 244.2
25) 2512.6
26) 2611.5
27) 275.2
28) 289.4
29) 299.4
30) 30542.7
31) 312.1
32) 329.4
33) 339.4
34) 3411.5
35) 354.2
36) 362.1
37) 373.1
38) 387.3
39) 39231.1
40) 40522.6
41) 4111.5
42) 424.2
43) 433.1
44) 445.2
45) 4514.7
46) 467.3
47) 4717.8
48) 48301.5
49) 49592.9
50) 5026513.2
51) 51452.2
52) 52221.1
53) 5311.5
54) 5413.6
55) 5514.7
56) 569.4
57) 579.4
58) 587.3
59) 592.1
60) 60442.2
61) 619.4
62) 626.3
63) 633.1
64) 646.3
65) 653.1
66) 664.2
67) 6710.5
68) 683.1
69) 699.4
70) 70592.9
71) 714.2
72) 7210
73) 7310.5
74) 745.2
75) 759.4
76) 7615.7
77) 7710
78) 783.1
79) 798.4
80) 80522.6
81) 8111.5
82) 822.1
83) 8300
84) 8410
86) 864.2
87) 872.1
88) 883.1
89) 892.1
90) 90251.2
91) 9100
93) 9310
94) 945.2
95) 9510
96) 9610
97) 975.2
98) 982.1
99) 9911.5
100) 1001708.4
999) Refused25212.5
TOTAL2012100.0
74) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Mormons (Q13b) (AMFEELB)
TOTAL%
1) 11155.7
2) 210.5
3) 32.1
4) 419.9
5) 500
6) 610.5
7) 72.1
9) 98.4
10) 10381.9
11) 114.2
12) 1210
13) 136.3
14) 145.2
15) 158.4
16) 162.1
17) 1710
18) 185.2
19) 1914.7
20) 20502.5
21) 218.4
22) 223.1
23) 237.3
24) 2400
25) 253.1
26) 268.4
27) 272.1
28) 2816.8
29) 29211
30) 30613
31) 314.2
32) 3212.6
33) 3312.6
34) 3411.5
35) 355.2
36) 36241.2
37) 376.3
38) 388.4
39) 3918.9
40) 40884.4
41) 41241.2
42) 4213.6
43) 437.3
44) 4414.7
45) 45231.1
46) 46291.4
47) 47291.4
48) 48341.7
49) 49673.3
50) 5027013.4
51) 51713.5
52) 5212.6
53) 53201
54) 54211
55) 5516.8
56) 5616.8
57) 5713.6
58) 5811.5
59) 5913.6
60) 60743.7
61) 617.3
62) 625.2
63) 633.1
64) 642.1
65) 657.3
66) 669.4
67) 6710
68) 687.3
69) 693.1
70) 70472.3
71) 715.2
72) 724.2
73) 7310
74) 745.2
75) 753.1
76) 766.3
77) 772.1
78) 7810
79) 7914.7
80) 80281.4
81) 812.1
82) 8200
83) 8300
84) 844.2
85) 857.3
86) 862.1
87) 8710
88) 8810
89) 8910
90) 90311.5
91) 915.2
92) 926.3
93) 9310
94) 9410
95) 952.1
96) 967.3
97) 973.1
98) 989.4
99) 994.2
100) 100783.9
999) Refused29714.7
TOTAL2016100.0
75) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Gay or lesbian people (Q13c) (AMFEELC)
TOTAL%
1) 11286.4
2) 212.6
3) 36.3
4) 47.3
5) 55.2
6) 600
7) 72.1
8) 87.3
9) 915.7
10) 10251.2
11) 115.2
12) 1200
13) 1310
14) 1410
15) 153.1
16) 163.1
17) 1710
18) 182.1
19) 194.2
20) 20311.5
21) 212.1
22) 222.1
23) 232.1
24) 243.1
25) 253.1
26) 2610
27) 275.2
28) 2810
29) 2911.5
30) 30522.6
31) 3110
32) 328.4
33) 339.4
34) 344.2
35) 355.2
36) 363.1
37) 372.1
38) 388.4
39) 3910.5
40) 40391.9
41) 417.3
42) 423.1
43) 438.4
44) 4413.6
45) 4510.5
46) 467.3
47) 4714.7
48) 48221.1
49) 49472.3
50) 5023911.9
51) 51442.2
52) 52281.4
53) 536.3
54) 5410.5
55) 5516.8
56) 5616.8
57) 5710.5
58) 587.3
59) 597.3
60) 60874.3
61) 616.3
62) 622.1
63) 639.4
64) 649.4
65) 6510.5
66) 665.2
67) 677.3
68) 685.2
69) 692.1
70) 70653.2
71) 7118.9
72) 7210.5
73) 736.3
74) 744.2
75) 7515.7
76) 7610.5
77) 777.3
78) 785.2
79) 799.4
80) 80743.7
81) 8111.5
82) 825.2
83) 8310
84) 847.3
85) 858.4
86) 863.1
87) 875.2
88) 889.4
89) 898.4
90) 90572.8
91) 914.2
92) 9214.7
93) 936.3
94) 946.3
95) 9500
96) 962.1
97) 9710.5
98) 9819.9
99) 994.2
100) 10027213.5
999) Refused25612.7
TOTAL2015100.0
76) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Muslims (Q13d) (AMFEELD)
TOTAL%
1) 11256.2
2) 210.5
3) 34.2
5) 510
6) 64.2
7) 73.1
8) 83.1
9) 96.3
10) 10291.4
11) 114.2
12) 127.3
14) 1400
15) 157.3
16) 1611.5
17) 175.2
18) 184.2
19) 1912.6
20) 20361.8
21) 216.3
22) 2215.7
23) 234.2
24) 243.1
25) 253.1
26) 2613.6
27) 2714.7
28) 2812.6
29) 29201
30) 30733.6
31) 3118.9
32) 326.3
33) 337.3
34) 345.2
35) 3511.5
36) 3611.5
37) 3713.6
38) 3812.6
39) 39261.3
40) 40773.8
41) 4117.8
42) 428.4
43) 4310.5
44) 4415.7
45) 4517.8
46) 4613.6
47) 47412
48) 48422.1
49) 49482.4
50) 5026313.1
51) 51713.5
52) 5215.7
53) 538.4
54) 5410.5
55) 5516.8
56) 566.3
57) 5716.8
58) 5810.5
59) 5915.7
60) 60683.4
61) 6110
62) 6210.5
63) 632.1
64) 6418.9
65) 659.4
66) 662.1
67) 673.1
68) 688.4
69) 6912.6
70) 70562.8
71) 7100
72) 7210
73) 732.1
74) 747.3
75) 759.4
76) 765.2
77) 778.4
78) 7810
79) 796.3
80) 80432.1
81) 814.2
82) 8210
83) 833.1
84) 8410
85) 8510.5
86) 8600
87) 8710
88) 8810
89) 895.2
90) 90381.9
91) 918.4
92) 9210
93) 935.2
94) 9400
95) 9500
96) 9610
97) 976.3
98) 9810
99) 9910
100) 1001085.4
999) Refused28114
TOTAL2008100.0
77) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Jews (Q13e) (AMFEELE)
TOTAL%
1) 1381.9
2) 210
3) 310
4) 400
5) 500
6) 600
8) 83.1
9) 97.3
10) 1011.5
11) 113.1
12) 1210
13) 1300
14) 1400
15) 1500
16) 162.1
17) 176.3
18) 182.1
19) 194.2
20) 20251.2
21) 2110
22) 224.2
23) 2310
24) 244.2
25) 254.2
26) 263.1
27) 272.1
28) 286.3
29) 297.3
30) 3019.9
31) 3100
32) 3200
33) 338.4
34) 348.4
35) 355.2
36) 368.4
37) 3714.7
38) 3814.7
39) 399.4
40) 40371.8
41) 418.4
42) 425.2
43) 434.2
44) 447.3
45) 4511.5
46) 46221.1
47) 47261.3
48) 48321.6
49) 49572.8
50) 5030715.3
51) 51914.5
52) 52291.4
53) 538.4
54) 54211
55) 556.3
56) 5612.6
57) 5711.5
58) 589.4
59) 59381.9
60) 60693.4
61) 6115.7
62) 6210.5
63) 6312.6
64) 6416.8
65) 656.3
66) 663.1
67) 677.3
68) 683.1
69) 696.3
70) 70653.2
71) 7111.5
72) 7215.7
73) 735.2
74) 748.4
75) 75221.1
76) 766.3
77) 7711.5
78) 783.1
79) 797.3
80) 80914.5
81) 819.4
82) 8214.7
83) 836.3
84) 849.4
85) 852.1
86) 8600
87) 875.2
88) 889.4
89) 8910
90) 90572.8
91) 914.2
92) 928.4
93) 935.2
94) 949.4
95) 958.4
96) 965.2
97) 975.2
98) 986.3
99) 999.4
100) 10020510.2
999) Refused28414.1
TOTAL2013100.0
78) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: The federal government in Washington (Q13f) (AMFEELF)
TOTAL%
1) 1737.2
2) 27.7
3) 34.4
4) 46.6
5) 53.3
6) 62.2
7) 75.5
8) 81.1
9) 97.7
10) 10181.8
11) 111.1
12) 124.4
13) 133.3
14) 142.2
15) 155.5
16) 165.5
17) 171.1
18) 183.3
19) 19151.5
20) 20292.8
21) 213.3
22) 223.3
23) 232.2
24) 247.7
25) 25131.3
26) 26121.2
27) 278.8
28) 28111.1
29) 295.5
30) 30676.6
31) 312.2
32) 323.3
33) 336.6
34) 347.7
35) 357.7
36) 362.2
37) 378.8
38) 385.5
39) 39141.4
40) 40868.4
41) 41161.6
42) 421.1
43) 434.4
44) 44111.1
45) 45121.2
46) 46151.5
47) 478.8
48) 487.7
49) 49151.5
50) 50868.4
51) 51181.8
52) 526.6
53) 537.7
54) 542.2
55) 553.3
56) 567.7
57) 572.2
58) 589.9
59) 598.8
60) 60424.1
61) 616.6
62) 621.1
63) 63131.3
64) 643.3
65) 652.2
66) 661.1
67) 671.1
68) 684.4
69) 69151.5
70) 70232.3
71) 71101
72) 724.4
73) 731.1
74) 741.1
75) 754.4
76) 767.7
77) 771.1
78) 784.4
79) 7900
80) 80151.5
81) 812.2
82) 822.2
86) 861.1
87) 872.2
88) 881.1
89) 89111.1
90) 903.3
91) 914.4
92) 9200
94) 942.2
98) 9800
100) 100111.1
999) Refused12111.9
Missing1000 
TOTAL1020100.0
79) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: Occupy Wall Street (Q13g) (AMFEELG)
TOTAL%
1) 1949.3
2) 26.6
3) 33.3
4) 46.6
5) 52.2
6) 63.3
7) 72.2
8) 800
9) 93.3
10) 10212.1
11) 111.1
12) 128.8
13) 1300
14) 142.2
15) 151.1
16) 162.2
17) 172.2
18) 184.4
19) 192.2
20) 20383.7
21) 219.9
22) 225.5
23) 235.5
24) 248.8
25) 255.5
26) 263.3
27) 277.7
28) 287.7
29) 293.3
30) 30504.9
31) 311.1
32) 323.3
33) 331.1
34) 347.7
35) 353.3
36) 364.4
37) 375.5
38) 387.7
39) 396.6
40) 40383.7
41) 419.9
42) 425.5
43) 43101
44) 441.1
45) 456.6
46) 465.5
47) 47191.9
48) 48262.6
49) 49212.1
50) 50969.5
51) 51212.1
52) 52171.7
53) 534.4
54) 548.8
55) 554.4
56) 567.7
57) 572.2
58) 585.5
59) 59121.2
60) 60323.2
61) 612.2
62) 62121.2
63) 635.5
64) 649.9
65) 654.4
66) 664.4
67) 675.5
68) 685.5
69) 696.6
70) 70414
71) 712.2
73) 738.8
74) 744.4
75) 756.6
76) 763.3
77) 773.3
80) 80202
81) 811.1
82) 8200
84) 843.3
85) 852.2
87) 871.1
88) 8800
89) 897.7
90) 90141.4
91) 916.6
92) 9200
94) 9400
95) 951.1
96) 962.2
97) 971.1
98) 9800
99) 996.6
100) 100353.4
999) Refused11010.8
Missing1000 
TOTAL1015100.0
80) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: The Christian Right (Q13h) (AMFEELH)
TOTAL%
1) 1636.2
2) 26.6
3) 32.2
4) 42.2
5) 57.7
6) 63.3
7) 71.1
8) 800
9) 91.1
10) 10141.4
11) 111.1
12) 1200
13) 131.1
14) 143.3
15) 153.3
16) 161.1
17) 17101
18) 181.1
20) 20373.6
21) 212.2
22) 225.5
23) 231.1
24) 245.5
25) 25131.3
26) 265.5
27) 273.3
28) 2800
29) 292.2
30) 30222.2
31) 318.8
32) 322.2
33) 332.2
35) 352.2
36) 363.3
37) 3700
39) 392.2
40) 40363.5
41) 419.9
42) 422.2
43) 434.4
44) 446.6
45) 453.3
46) 463.3
47) 475.5
48) 48161.6
49) 49131.3
50) 50979.5
51) 51242.4
52) 525.5
53) 53252.5
54) 541.1
55) 554.4
56) 564.4
57) 578.8
58) 5800
59) 596.6
60) 60454.4
61) 617.7
62) 629.9
63) 634.4
64) 64151.5
65) 658.8
66) 663.3
67) 67101
68) 685.5
69) 695.5
70) 70383.7
71) 713.3
72) 7200
73) 731.1
74) 7400
75) 758.8
76) 762.2
77) 771.1
78) 783.3
79) 793.3
80) 80383.7
81) 813.3
83) 8300
84) 842.2
85) 859.9
86) 866.6
87) 872.2
88) 889.9
89) 892.2
90) 90161.6
91) 915.5
92) 921.1
93) 935.5
94) 943.3
95) 953.3
96) 961.1
97) 976.6
98) 982.2
99) 994.4
100) 10010210
999) Refused12312.1
Missing1000 
TOTAL1016100.0
81) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: Hispanics (Q13i) (AMFEELI)
TOTAL%
1) 1323.1
2) 200
3) 31.1
5) 53.3
7) 76.6
9) 91.1
10) 104.4
15) 1500
16) 1600
18) 181.1
19) 194.4
20) 209.9
21) 2100
24) 243.3
25) 254.4
26) 268.8
27) 2700
28) 2800
29) 293.3
30) 30232.3
31) 315.5
32) 322.2
33) 3300
34) 341.1
35) 359.9
36) 363.3
37) 37111.1
38) 382.2
39) 396.6
40) 40373.6
41) 411.1
42) 423.3
43) 434.4
44) 446.6
45) 45101
46) 469.9
47) 471.1
48) 489.9
49) 49141.4
50) 5012512.2
51) 51373.6
52) 52131.3
53) 536.6
54) 544.4
55) 558.8
56) 564.4
57) 571.1
58) 588.8
59) 59111.1
60) 60494.8
61) 617.7
62) 621.1
63) 633.3
64) 644.4
65) 653.3
66) 667.7
67) 673.3
68) 684.4
69) 69111.1
70) 70474.6
71) 711.1
72) 722.2
73) 7300
74) 746.6
75) 758.8
76) 767.7
77) 775.5
78) 781.1
79) 796.6
80) 80393.8
81) 814.4
82) 821.1
83) 836.6
84) 842.2
85) 857.7
87) 87111.1
88) 887.7
89) 894.4
90) 90393.8
91) 911.1
92) 922.2
93) 933.3
94) 943.3
95) 956.6
96) 9600
97) 974.4
98) 984.4
99) 993.3
100) 10012512.2
999) Refused12412.1
Missing1000 
TOTAL1022100.0
82) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 2 only: The Tea Party (Q13j) (AMFEELJ)
TOTAL%
1) 1919.1
2) 25.5
3) 34.4
4) 41.1
5) 52.2
6) 62.2
7) 700
8) 88.8
9) 93.3
10) 10222.2
11) 115.5
12) 122.2
13) 136.6
14) 141.1
15) 154.4
16) 164.4
17) 174.4
18) 183.3
19) 199.9
20) 20272.7
21) 213.3
22) 221.1
23) 236.6
24) 241.1
25) 253.3
26) 265.5
27) 272.2
28) 284.4
29) 293.3
30) 30333.3
31) 313.3
32) 327.7
33) 3300
34) 341.1
35) 352.2
36) 369.9
37) 374.4
38) 385.5
39) 39121.2
40) 40353.5
41) 415.5
42) 424.4
43) 436.6
44) 44161.6
45) 45191.9
46) 46131.3
47) 47202
48) 48111.1
49) 49292.9
50) 5013013
51) 51323.2
52) 52161.6
53) 53131.3
54) 54161.6
55) 55111.1
56) 563.3
57) 573.3
58) 58101
59) 596.6
60) 60363.6
61) 612.2
62) 621.1
63) 632.2
64) 644.4
65) 651.1
66) 663.3
67) 672.2
68) 684.4
69) 692.2
70) 70141.4
71) 7100
72) 727.7
73) 731.1
75) 752.2
76) 765.5
78) 7800
79) 792.2
80) 80101
81) 811.1
82) 821.1
83) 832.2
85) 852.2
86) 8600
87) 871.1
89) 893.3
90) 906.6
91) 912.2
97) 974.4
98) 982.2
100) 100171.7
999) Refused15315.3
Missing1013 
TOTAL997100.0
83) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 2 only: Labor Unions (Q13k) (AMFEELK)
TOTAL%
1) 1202
2) 23.3
3) 34.4
4) 43.3
6) 600
9) 93.3
10) 108.8
11) 112.2
12) 1200
13) 132.2
14) 141.1
15) 1500
17) 175.5
18) 182.2
19) 198.8
20) 20111.1
21) 211.1
22) 225.5
23) 235.5
24) 2400
25) 252.2
26) 262.2
27) 271.1
28) 283.3
29) 294.4
30) 30242.4
32) 324.4
33) 335.5
34) 343.3
35) 356.6
36) 3600
37) 376.6
38) 3800
39) 397.7
40) 40363.6
41) 412.2
42) 426.6
43) 437.7
44) 449.9
45) 456.6
46) 463.3
47) 47121.2
48) 48343.4
49) 49272.7
50) 5014514.6
51) 51363.6
52) 52141.4
53) 53111.1
54) 54181.8
55) 552.2
56) 56131.3
57) 574.4
58) 587.7
59) 597.7
60) 60505
61) 611.1
62) 624.4
63) 636.6
64) 641.1
65) 651.1
66) 662.2
67) 675.5
68) 682.2
69) 69111.1
70) 70454.5
71) 71121.2
72) 721.1
73) 733.3
74) 741.1
75) 755.5
76) 762.2
77) 777.7
78) 787.7
79) 791.1
80) 80272.7
81) 815.5
82) 828.8
83) 833.3
84) 842.2
85) 852.2
86) 861.1
88) 881.1
89) 895.5
90) 90121.2
91) 912.2
92) 921.1
93) 931.1
94) 9400
95) 952.2
96) 965.5
97) 971.1
98) 985.5
99) 9900
100) 100404
999) Refused15715.8
Missing1013 
TOTAL996100.0
84) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 2 only: African Americans (Q13l) (AMFEELL)
TOTAL%
1) 1101
8) 800
10) 102.2
13) 1300
15) 151.1
17) 171.1
18) 182.2
19) 1900
20) 207.7
21) 2100
23) 2300
24) 241.1
26) 261.1
27) 271.1
28) 281.1
29) 292.2
30) 30161.6
31) 311.1
33) 334.4
34) 344.4
36) 3600
37) 373.3
38) 384.4
39) 397.7
40) 40111.1
41) 418.8
42) 423.3
43) 434.4
44) 445.5
45) 453.3
46) 464.4
47) 47262.6
48) 488.8
49) 49202
50) 5013113.2
51) 51171.7
52) 52212.1
53) 53101
54) 548.8
55) 55111.1
56) 566.6
57) 573.3
58) 583.3
59) 595.5
60) 60323.2
61) 614.4
62) 624.4
63) 631.1
64) 641.1
65) 657.7
66) 665.5
67) 671.1
68) 683.3
69) 698.8
70) 70272.7
71) 713.3
72) 726.6
73) 733.3
74) 74101
75) 75161.6
76) 763.3
77) 775.5
78) 785.5
79) 79101
80) 80464.6
81) 818.8
83) 83101
84) 843.3
85) 853.3
86) 867.7
87) 872.2
88) 884.4
89) 891.1
90) 90323.2
91) 911.1
94) 946.6
95) 95121.2
96) 962.2
97) 975.5
98) 987.7
99) 997.7
100) 10015215.3
999) Refused15515.6
Missing1013 
TOTAL992100.0
85) As you read a list of different groups of Americans please rate that group using a feeling thermometer, a scale that goes between 1 and 100. Ratings between 51 degrees and 100 degrees mean to that you feel favorable and warm toward the group. Ratings between 1 and 49 degrees mean that you don't feel favorable toward the group and that you don't care too much for that group. If you don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the group, you would rate the group at the 50-degree mark. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: Christians (Q13m) (AMFEELM)
TOTAL%
1) 1252.5
2) 200
4) 400
5) 500
7) 71.1
8) 81.1
10) 106.6
11) 1100
12) 1200
13) 131.1
16) 1600
19) 191.1
20) 208.8
21) 215.5
24) 2400
25) 256.6
27) 2700
28) 2800
29) 293.3
30) 30131.3
31) 3100
32) 323.3
33) 335.5
34) 342.2
35) 3500
36) 366.6
37) 3700
38) 381.1
39) 392.2
40) 40202
41) 416.6
42) 422.2
43) 434.4
44) 442.2
45) 453.3
46) 468.8
47) 473.3
48) 48111.1
49) 49202
50) 5010911
51) 51121.2
52) 52121.2
53) 536.6
54) 544.4
55) 556.6
56) 565.5
57) 573.3
58) 589.9
59) 596.6
60) 60343.4
61) 612.2
62) 621.1
63) 633.3
64) 645.5
65) 657.7
66) 664.4
67) 672.2
68) 683.3
69) 696.6
70) 70404
71) 714.4
72) 723.3
73) 731.1
74) 747.7
75) 756.6
76) 762.2
77) 772.2
78) 784.4
79) 79101
80) 80383.8
81) 81121.2
82) 821.1
83) 834.4
84) 845.5
85) 854.4
86) 86131.3
87) 8700
88) 885.5
89) 892.2
90) 90383.8
91) 919.9
92) 92111.1
93) 932.2
94) 941.1
95) 958.8
96) 96111.1
97) 972.2
98) 98131.3
99) 99111.1
100) 10017017.1
999) Refused14614.7
Missing1013 
TOTAL992100.0
86) [Anti-gay] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_A) (ORDQ14A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.402.32
87) [Judgmental] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_B) (ORDQ14B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.472.31
88) [Hypocritical - saying one thing, doing another] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_C) (ORDQ14C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.512.29
89) [Too involved in politics] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_D) (ORDQ14D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.622.30
90) [Teaches same basic idea as other religions] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_E) (ORDQ14E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.592.25
91) [Has good values and principles] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_F) (ORDQ14F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.482.28
92) [Consistently shows love for other people] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_G) (ORDQ14G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.472.31
93) [Relevant to your life] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q14_H) (ORDQ14H)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.452.27
94) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Anti-gay (Q14a) (RELDESA)
TOTAL%
1) Very well55827.7
2) Somewhat well72235.9
3) Not too well41020.4
4) Not at all well25512.7
99) Refused673.3
TOTAL2012100.0
95) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Judgmental (Q14b) (RELDESB)
TOTAL%
1) Very well54226.9
2) Somewhat well71435.5
3) Not too well43821.8
4) Not at all well26012.9
99) Refused582.9
TOTAL2012100.0
96) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Hypocritical (saying one thing, doing another) (Q14c) (RELDESC)
TOTAL%
1) Very well53126.4
2) Somewhat well64332
3) Not too well48123.9
4) Not at all well29614.7
99) Refused613
TOTAL2012100.0
97) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Too involved in politics (Q14d) (RELDESD)
TOTAL%
1) Very well36518.1
2) Somewhat well64331.9
3) Not too well64532
4) Not at all well30014.9
99) Refused603
TOTAL2013100.0
98) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Teaches same basic idea as other religions (Q14e) (RELDESE)
TOTAL%
1) Very well35317.5
2) Somewhat well93846.6
3) Not too well44622.2
4) Not at all well21210.5
99) Refused633.1
TOTAL2012100.0
99) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Has good values and principles (Q14f) (RELDESF)
TOTAL%
1) Very well65132.4
2) Somewhat well88744.1
3) Not too well29114.5
4) Not at all well1216
99) Refused623.1
TOTAL2012100.0
100) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Consistently shows love for other people (Q14g) (RELDESG)
TOTAL%
1) Very well46223
2) Somewhat well81140.3
3) Not too well48824.2
4) Not at all well1949.6
99) Refused582.9
TOTAL2013100.0
101) Ask all: Here are some words or phrases that people could use to describe a religious faith. Please indicate how well you think each of these words or phrases describes present-day Christianity. Do the following words or phrases describe present-day Christianity, very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Relevant to your life (Q14h) (RELDESH)
TOTAL%
1) Very well49824.7
2) Somewhat well65532.5
3) Not too well39419.6
4) Not at all well40320
99) Refused633.1
TOTAL2013100.0
102) Ask one-quarter sample: What one word best describes Mormons? Just write the one best word that comes to mind. (Q15) (MORMON)
TOTAL%
1) Conservative/Traditional153
2) Cult/Misguided459.1
3) Friendly/Kind/Nice204
4) People/Normal/OK234.6
5) Polygamy408.1
6) Strange/Different459.1
7) Strict214.2
8) Utah/Mormons/LDS295.9
9) Religious/Faith/Christian7314.7
10) General negative5911.9
11) General positive326.5
12) Not sure285.7
98) Other [Specify]6513.1
Missing1493 
TOTAL495100.0
103) Ask one-quarter sample: What one word best describes Mormons? Just write the one best word that comes to mind. Other [Specify] (Q15_Open) (MORMONO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
104) [The government should do more to reduce the gap between the rich and poor] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q16_A) (ORDQ16A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.971.39
105) [I admire people who get rich by working hard] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q16_B) (ORDQ16B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.051.42
106) [The economic system in this country unfairly favors the wealthy] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q16_C) (ORDQ16C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.001.43
107) [Poor people have become too dependent on government assistance programs] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q16_D) (ORDQ16D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.991.41
108) [The government should do more to help students pay for college and pay off student loan debt] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q16_E) (ORDQ16E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.991.43
109) Ask all: Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The government should do more to reduce the gap between the rich and poor. (Q16a) (WEALOP1)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree67233.4
2) Mostly agree72736.1
3) Most disagree41620.7
4) Completely disagree1457.2
99) Refused522.6
TOTAL2012100.0
110) Ask all: Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] I admire people who get rich by working hard. (Q16b) (WEALOP2)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree105152.2
2) Mostly agree71135.3
3) Most disagree1557.7
4) Completely disagree442.2
99) Refused522.6
TOTAL2013100.0
111) Ask all: Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The economic system in this country unfairly favors the wealthy. (Q16c) (WEALOP3)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree72836.2
2) Mostly agree74336.9
3) Most disagree32516.1
4) Completely disagree1688.3
99) Refused492.4
TOTAL2013100.0
112) Ask all: Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Poor people have become too dependent on government assistance programs. (Q16d) (WEALOP4)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree59929.8
2) Mostly agree73536.5
3) Most disagree46323
4) Completely disagree1698.4
99) Refused462.3
TOTAL2012100.0
113) Ask all: Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The government should do more to help students pay for college and pay off student loan debt, even if it means raising taxes or increasing the deficit. (Q16e) (WEALOP5)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree66232.9
2) Mostly agree63831.7
3) Most disagree48724.2
4) Completely disagree1819
99) Refused452.2
TOTAL2013100.0
114) Do you think the American Dream -- that if you work hard you'll get ahead -- still holds true, never held true, or once held true but does not anymore? (AMDREAM)
TOTAL%
1) Still holds true80540
2) Never held true1999.9
3) Once held true, but not anymore90745.1
4) Other [Specify]231.1
5) Holds true for some/Some of the time462.3
99) Refused331.6
TOTAL2013100.0
115) Do you think the American Dream -- that if you work hard you'll get ahead -- still holds true, never held true, or once held true but does not anymore? Other [Specify] (Q17_Other) (AMDREAMO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
116) Do you think in your lifetime, you will be better off, about the same, or less well-off financially than your parents? (Q18) (FINBET)
TOTAL%
1) Better off83741.6
2) About the same77438.5
3) Less well off35717.7
99) Refused452.2
TOTAL2013100.0
117) How worried are you about finding a rewarding or satisfying career? (Q19) (JOBSATIS)
TOTAL%
1) Very worried45322.5
2) Somewhat worried87143.3
3) Not too worried48324
4) Not at all worried1708.4
99) Refused351.7
TOTAL2012100.0
118) In just one or two words, how do you think your generation is different from your parents' generation? (Q20) (DIFGEN)
TOTAL%
1) Better educated/informed/worldly285.4
2) Entitled265
3) Faster paced61.1
4) Independent/Individualistic142.7
5) Lazier417.8
6) Less religious/moral336.3
7) More liberal285.4
8) More open-minded/Tolerant326.1
9) More selfish/Less respectful112.1
10) More tech-savvy8616.4
11) Worse off/More challenges295.5
12) General negative6813
13) General positive275.2
98) Other [Specify]9418
Missing1481 
TOTAL523100.0
119) In just one or two words, how do you think your generation is different from your parents' generation? Other [Specify] (Q20_Open) (DIFGENO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
120) Order in which respondent saw Q21A (Order_Q21A) (ORDQ21A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.471.13
121) Order in which respondent saw Q21B (Order_Q21B) (ORDQ21B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.471.13
122) Order in which respondent saw Q21C (Order_Q21C) (ORDQ21C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.541.11
123) Order in which respondent saw Q21D (Order_Q21D) (ORDQ21D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.521.11
124) [Government has become bigger over the years because it has gotten involved in things that people should do for themselves] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_A1) (ORDQ21A1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.490.50
125) [Government has become bigger over the years because it has gotten involved in things that people should do for themselves] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_A2) (ORDQ21A2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.510.50
126) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_A3) (ORDQ21A3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
127) [Government should do more to protect morality in society] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_B1) (ORDQ21B1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.480.50
128) [I worry that government is getting too involved in the issue of morality] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_B2) (ORDQ21B2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.520.50
129) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_B3) (ORDQ21B3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
130) [It is not really that big a problem if some people have more of a chance in life than others] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_C1) (ORDQ21C1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.490.50
131) [One of the big problems in this country is that we don't give everyone an equal chance in life] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_C2) (ORDQ21C2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.510.50
132) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_C3) (ORDQ21C3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
133) [The growing number of newcomers from other countries threatens traditional American customs and values] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_D1) (ORDQ21D1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.470.50
134) [The growing number of newcomers from other countries strengthens American society] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_D2) (ORDQ21D2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.530.50
135) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q21_D3) (ORDQ21D3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.000.00
136) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. (Q21a) (GOVBIG)
TOTAL%
1) Government has become bigger over the years because it has gotten involved in things that people should do for themselves.113256.3
2) Government has become bigger over the years because the problems we face have become bigger.76738.1
3) Other [Specify]432.1
99) Refused703.5
TOTAL2012100.0
137) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. (Q21b) (GOVMORAL)
TOTAL%
1) Government should do more to protect morality in society.70535
2) I worry that government is getting too involved in the issue of morality.115557.4
3) Other [Specify]934.6
99) Refused592.9
TOTAL2012100.0
138) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. (Q21c) (EQCHANCE)
TOTAL%
1) It is not really that big a problem if some people have more of a chance in life than others.56728.2
2) One of the big problems in this country is that we don't give everyone an equal chance in life.127763.4
3) Other [Specify]994.9
99) Refused703.5
TOTAL2013100.0
139) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. (Q21d) (TRATHRT)
TOTAL%
1) The growing number of newcomers from other countries threatens traditional American customs and values.84642
2) The growing number of newcomers from other countries strengthens American society.97548.4
3) Other [Specify]1286.4
99) Refused643.2
TOTAL2013100.0
140) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. Other [Specify] (Q21A_Other) (GOVBIGO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
141) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. Other [Specify] (Q21B_Other) (GOVMORLO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
142) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. Other [Specify] (Q21C_Other) (EQCHNCEO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
143) Ask all: Now as you read the following pairs of statements, please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [ROTATE OPTIONS; RANDOMIZE LIST]. Other [Specify] (Q21D_Other) (TRATHRTO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
144) [Allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_A) (ORDQ22A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.361.73
145) [Allowing illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to gain legal resident status if they join the military or go to college] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_B) (ORDQ22B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.541.70
146) [Tougher laws and requirements to protect the environment even if it raises prices or costs jobs] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_C) (ORDQ22C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.631.66
147) [Making it more difficult to access pornography on the internet] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_D) (ORDQ22D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.601.73
148) [Increasing the tax rate on Americans earning more than $1 million a year] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_E) (ORDQ22E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.461.68
149) [Allowing Muslims in your local community to build an Islamic center or mosque provided they followed the same rules and regulations required of other religious groups] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q22_A) (ORDQ22F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.411.73
150) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally. (Q22a) (OPLAWA)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor66933.2
2) Favor51425.5
3) Oppose39119.4
4) Strongly oppose35617.7
99) Refused834.1
TOTAL2013100.0
151) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Allowing illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to gain legal resident status if they join the military or go to college. (Q22b) (OPLAWB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor43521.6
2) Favor79139.3
3) Oppose44622.2
4) Strongly oppose26513.2
99) Refused763.8
TOTAL2013100.0
152) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Tougher laws and regulations to protect the environment even if it raises prices or costs jobs. (Q22c) (OPLAWC)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor29614.7
2) Favor74336.9
3) Oppose69034.3
4) Strongly oppose21510.7
99) Refused693.4
TOTAL2013100.0
153) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Making it more difficult to access pornography on the Internet. (Q22d) (OPLAWD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor60930.3
2) Favor53926.8
3) Oppose46923.3
4) Strongly oppose31915.9
99) Refused763.8
TOTAL2012100.0
154) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Increasing the tax rate on Americans earning more than $1 million a year. (Q22e) (OPLAWE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor84041.7
2) Favor60430
3) Oppose35517.6
4) Strongly oppose1467.3
99) Refused683.4
TOTAL2013100.0
155) We would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. Do you favor or oppose the following issues? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Allowing Muslims in your local community to build an Islamic center or mosque provided they followed the same rules and regulations required of other religious groups. (Q22f) (OPLAWF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor43721.7
2) Favor89244.3
3) Oppose34517.1
4) Strongly oppose26213
99) Refused763.8
TOTAL2012100.0
156) [Religiously affiliated colleges and hospitals] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q23_A) (ORDQ23A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.510.50
157) [Churches and other places of worship] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q23_B) (ORDQ23B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.490.50
158) There is currently a debate over what kinds of health care plans some religious organizations should be required to provide. Do you think the following organizations should be required to provide their employees with health care plans that cover contraception or birth control at no cost, or not? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Religiously affiliated colleges and hospitals. (Q23a) (BIRCONT1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should have to provide121560.4
2) No, should not have to provide71635.6
99) Refused824.1
TOTAL2013100.0
159) There is currently a debate over what kinds of health care plans some religious organizations should be required to provide. Do you think the following organizations should be required to provide their employees with health care plans that cover contraception or birth control at no cost, or not? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Churches and other places of worship. (Q23b) (BIRCONT2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should have to provide94847.1
2) No, should not have to provide98348.9
99) Refused814
TOTAL2012100.0
160) Do you think abortion should be...[RANDOMIZE LIST ORDER 1-4;4-1]. (Q24) (ABOROP)
TOTAL%
1) Legal in all cases47923.8
2) Legal in most cases60129.9
3) Illegal in most cases56328
4) Illegal in all cases32316.1
99) Refused462.3
TOTAL2012100.0
161) Do you think at least some health care professionals in your community should provide legal abortions, or not? (Q25) (LEGABOR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should119659.4
2) No, should not65532.6
3) Other [Specify]703.5
4) Depends on circumstance452.2
99) Refused462.3
TOTAL2012100.0
162) Do you think at least some health care professionals in your community should provide legal abortions, or not? (Q25_Other) (LEGABORO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
163) [Sex between an unmarried man and woman] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q26_A) (ORDQ26A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.001.39
164) [Sex between a young man and young woman under the age of 18] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q26_B) (ORDQ26B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.031.44
165) [Having an abortion] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q26_C) (ORDQ26C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.991.41
166) [Viewing pornography] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q26_D) (ORDQ26D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.021.40
167) [Sex between two adults of the same gender] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q26_E) (ORDQ26E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.961.43
168) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between an unmarried man and woman. (Q26a) (MORBEH1)
TOTAL%
1) Morally acceptable128663.9
2) Morally wrong58028.8
3) Other [Specify]542.7
4) Depends14.7
99) Refused783.9
TOTAL2012100.0
169) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between a young man and young woman under the age of 18. (Q26b) (MORBEH2)
TOTAL%
1) Morally acceptable77538.5
2) Morally wrong99449.4
3) Other [Specify]824.1
4) Depends954.7
99) Refused663.3
TOTAL2012100.0
170) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Having an abortion. (Q26c) (MORBEH3)
TOTAL%
1) Morally acceptable73936.7
2) Morally wrong102450.9
3) Other [Specify]753.7
4) Depends1105.5
99) Refused653.2
TOTAL2013100.0
171) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Viewing pornography. (Q26d) (MORBEH4)
TOTAL%
1) Morally acceptable83341.4
2) Morally wrong102150.7
3) Other [Specify]592.9
4) Depends361.8
99) Refused643.2
TOTAL2013100.0
172) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between two adults of the same gender. (Q26e) (MORBEH5)
TOTAL%
1) Morally acceptable97148.2
2) Morally wrong88043.7
3) Other [Specify]884.4
4) Depends6.3
99) Refused683.4
TOTAL2013100.0
173) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between an unmarried man and woman. Other [Specify] (Q26_A_Other) (MORBEH1O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
174) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between a young man and young woman under the age of 18. Other [Specify] (Q26_B_Other) (MORBEH2O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
175) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Having an abortion. Other [Specify] (Q26_C_Other) (MORBEH3O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
176) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Viewing pornography. Other [Specify] (Q26_D_Other) (MORBEH4O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
177) Next, please read the list of statements about personal behavior. Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, for each one, please say whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable or morally wrong. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Sex between two adults of the same gender. Other [Specify] (Q26_E_Other) (MORBEH5O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
178) Order of Q27A (Order_Q27A) (ORDQ27A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.480.50
179) Order of Q27B (Order_Q27B) (ORDQ27B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.520.50
180) Now as you read the following pairs of statements please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views - even if neither is exactly right. [RANDOMIZE LIST; ROTATE OPTIONS]. (Q27a) (AMERGRT)
TOTAL%
1) What makes America great is that it is open to change and new ways of doing things.125462.3
2) What makes America great is that it protects traditional values and ways of doing things.57028.3
3) Other [Specify]1286.4
99) Refused613
TOTAL2013100.0
181) Now as you read the following pairs of statements please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [RANDOMIZE LIST; ROTATE OPTIONS]. (Q27b) (WRNGSIT)
TOTAL%
1) There are some things that are just wrong regardless of the situation.90645.1
2) What is wrong or right depends on the situation.100750.1
3) Other [Specify]402
99) Refused582.9
TOTAL2011100.0
182) Now as you read the following pairs of statements please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [RANDOMIZE LIST; ROTATE OPTIONS]. Other [Specify] (Q27A_Other) (AMERGRTO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
183) Now as you read the following pairs of statements please say whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views -- even if neither is exactly right. [RANDOMIZE LIST; ROTATE OPTIONS]. Other [Specify] (Q27B_Other) (WRNGSITO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
184) [Women get fewer opportunities than men for good jobs] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_A) (ORDQ28A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.461.71
185) [There are no longer any barriers to how far women can advance in the workplace] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_B) (ORDQ28B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.461.69
186) [Over the past couple of decades, the government has paid too much attention to the problems of blacks and other minorities] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_C) (ORDQ28C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.541.71
187) [Today discrimination against whites has become as big a problem as discrimination against blacks and other minorities] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_D) (ORDQ28D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.531.72
188) [The values of Islam, the Muslim religion, are at odds with American values and way of life] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_E) (ORDQ28E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.581.71
189) [God has granted America a special role in human history] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_F) (ORDQ28F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.481.70
190) [Methods of birth control should be generally available to teenagers age 14 or older without parental approval] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q28_G) (ORDQ28G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.421.70
191) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 1 only: Women get fewer opportunities than men for good jobs. (Q28a) (INEQOP1)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree14314.1
2) Mostly agree42742
3) Mostly disagree33833.2
4) Completely disagree797.8
99) Refused302.9
Missing1000 
TOTAL1017100.0
192) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Ask Form 2 only: There are no longer any barriers to how far women can advance in the workplace. (Q28b) (INEQOP2)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree16917
2) Mostly agree39139.3
3) Mostly disagree29930
4) Completely disagree818.1
99) Refused565.6
Missing1013 
TOTAL996100.0
193) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Over the past couple of decades, the government has paid too much attention to the problems of blacks and other minorities. (Q28c) (INEQOP3)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree30315
2) Mostly agree62931.2
3) Mostly disagree70334.9
4) Completely disagree29114.4
99) Refused884.4
TOTAL2014100.0
194) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Today discrimination against whites has become as big a problem as discrimination against blacks and other minorities. (Q28d) (INEQOP4)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree39919.8
2) Mostly agree57128.4
3) Mostly disagree59329.5
4) Completely disagree36918.3
99) Refused814
TOTAL2013100.0
195) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] The values of Islam, the Muslim religion, are at odds with American values and way of life. (Q28e) (INEQOP5)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree25512.7
2) Mostly agree69034.3
3) Mostly disagree69534.5
4) Completely disagree28114
99) Refused914.5
TOTAL2012100.0
196) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] God has granted America a special role in human history. (Q28f) (INEQOP6)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree32116
2) Mostly agree65932.8
3) Mostly disagree46223
4) Completely disagree47623.7
99) Refused944.7
TOTAL2012100.0
197) Now, read each statement and please say if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree, or completely disagree with each one. [RANDOMIZE LIST] Methods of birth control should be generally available to teenagers age 14 or older without parental approval. (Q28g) (INEQOP7)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree44422.1
2) Mostly agree63831.7
3) Mostly disagree49924.8
4) Completely disagree35317.5
99) Refused783.9
TOTAL2012100.0
198) What is your present religion, if any? (RELIG) (RELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (Baptist, Methodist, non-denominational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, Episcopalian, Reformed, Church of Christ, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc.)47123.4
2) Roman Catholic (Catholic)40320
3) Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/LDS)241.2
4) Orthodox (Greek, Russian, or some other Orthodox church)9.4
5) Jewish (Judaism)341.7
6) Muslim (Islam)5.2
7) Buddhist331.6
8) Hindu3.1
9) Atheist (do not believe in God)1256.2
10) Agnostic (not sure if there is a God)1356.7
11) Nothing in particular23511.7
12) Just Christian38719.2
13) Unitarian (Universalist)371.8
14) Something else [Specify]502.5
99) Refused603
TOTAL2011100.0
199) What is your present religion, if any? Other [Specify] (RELIG_Other) (RELIGO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
200) If Christian (RELIG=1-4, 12 or 14), ask: Would you describe yourself as a 'born-again' or evangelical Christian, or not? (BORN) (BORN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes48235.4
2) No87464.2
99) Refused5.4
Missing635 
TOTAL1361100.0
201) Ask all: Thinking about when you were a child, in what religion were you raised, if any? (RELIG2) (RELIG2)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (Baptist, Methodist, non-denominational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, Episcopalian, Reformed, Church of Christ, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc.)62130.9
2) Roman Catholic (Catholic)56127.9
3) Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/LDS)321.6
4) Orthodox (Greek, Russian, or some other Orthodox church)4.2
5) Jewish (Judaism)412
6) Muslim (Islam)7.3
7) Buddhist331.6
8) Hindu3.1
9) Unitarian (Universalist)5.2
10) Nothing in particular22311.1
11) Just Christian39619.7
12) Multiple religions or Interfaith (more than one faith)13.6
13) Something else [Specify]14.7
99) Refused592.9
TOTAL2012100.0
202) Ask all: Thinking about when you were a child, in what religion were you raised, if any? Other [Specify] (RELIG2_Other) (RELIG2O)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
203) If Christian (RELIG2=1-4, 11, 13), ask: Would you describe the religion you were raised in as a 'born-again' or evangelical Christian religion, or not? (BORN2) (BORN2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54032.9
2) No109166.5
99) Refused10.6
Missing373 
TOTAL1641100.0
204) Ask all: Currently...Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services? (ATTEND) (ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week1738.6
2) Once a week32616.2
3) Once or twice a month23211.5
4) A few times a year35517.6
5) Seldom33116.4
6) Never55127.4
99) Refused462.3
TOTAL2014100.0
205) How important is religion in your life? (Q29) (RELIMP)
TOTAL%
1) The most important thing27313.6
2) Very important52426.1
3) Somewhat important50825.3
4) Not too important29314.6
5) Not at all important36718.2
99) Refused462.3
TOTAL2011100.0
206) People practice their religion in different ways. Outside of attending religious services, how often do you pray? (Q30) (PRAY)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day37018.4
2) Once a day31115.5
3) A few times a week26313.1
4) Once a week733.6
5) A few times a month1939.6
6) Seldom38219
7) Never36518.1
99) Refused552.7
TOTAL2012100.0
207) Which comes closest to your view? [READ, IN ORDER] (Q31) (HLYBOOK)
TOTAL%
1) [Holy book] is the word of God.107453.4
2) [Holy book] is a book written by men and is not the word of God.74136.8
3) Other [Specify]1296.4
99) Refused683.4
TOTAL2012100.0
208) Which comes closest to your view? [READ, IN ORDER] Other [Specify] (Q31_Other) (HLYBOOKO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
209) If believe holy book is word of God, ask: And would you say that [READ, IN ORDER]? (Q32) (LITERAL)
TOTAL%
1) [Holy book] is to be taken literally, word for word47143.9
2) Not everything in [Holy book] should be taken literally, word for word.51848.3
3) Other [Specify]666.2
99) Refused181.7
Missing949 
TOTAL1073100.0
210) If believe holy book is word of God, ask: And would you say that [READ, IN ORDER]? (Q32_Other) (LITERALO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
211) Which statement comes closest to your view of God? (Q33) (VIEWGOD)
TOTAL%
1) God is a person with whom people can have a relationship108754
2) God is an impersonal force44322
3) I do not believe in God28013.9
4) Other [Specify]1025.1
5) Not sure331.6
99) Refused683.4
TOTAL2013100.0
212) Which statement comes closest to your view of God? Other [Specify] (Q33_Other) (VIEWGODO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
213) [Facebook] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q34_A) (ORDQ34A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20131.970.81
214) [Twitter] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q34_B) (ORDQ34B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.010.81
215) [Tumblr] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q34_C) (ORDQ34C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.010.82
216) Ask all: And now just a few questions about yourself...How often, if at all, do you use any of the following social networking tools? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Facebook (Q34a) (SOCNET1)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day99649.5
2) Once a day28614.2
3) A few times a week1708.4
4) Once a week633.1
5) A few times a month793.9
6) Seldom1105.5
7) Never412
8) Do not have an account21410.6
99) Refused542.7
TOTAL2013100.0
217) Ask all: And now just a few questions about yourself...How often, if at all, do you use any of the following social networking tools? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Twitter (Q34b) (SOCNET2)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day21710.8
2) Once a day934.6
3) A few times a week733.6
4) Once a week492.4
5) A few times a month874.3
6) Seldom1407
7) Never22611.2
8) Do not have an account106452.9
99) Refused643.2
TOTAL2013100.0
218) Ask all: And now just a few questions about yourself...How often, if at all, do you use any of the following social networking tools? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Tumblr (Q34c) (SOCNET3)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day713.5
2) Once a day231.1
3) A few times a week412
4) Once a week211
5) A few times a month311.5
6) Seldom683.4
7) Never22711.3
8) Do not have an account146872.9
99) Refused633.1
TOTAL2013100.0
219) If respondent has a Facebook account, ask: On your Facebook profile page how do you describe your religious beliefs? (Q35) (FCBOOK)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant denomination633.7
2) Catholic1267.4
3) Mormon12.7
4) Christian29417.2
5) Atheist/Agnostic1207
6) Jewish12.7
7) Spiritual/Love11.6
8) Believe in God/Jesus241.4
9) Other faith181.1
10) Do not describe religious beliefs89152.3
98) Other [Specify]935.5
99) Refused412.4
Missing255 
TOTAL1705100.0
220) If respondent has a Facebook account, ask: On your Facebook profile page how do you describe your religious beliefs? Other [Specify] (Q35_Open) (FCBOOKO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
221) Do you have a close friend or family member who is gay or lesbian? (Q36) (FSSEX)
TOTAL%
1) Yes105552.4
2) No90745.1
99) Refused512.5
TOTAL2013100.0
222) How often do you talk with your parents, if at all? (Q37) (PARTLK)
TOTAL%
1) At least once a day119959.6
2) Once or twice a week50024.9
3) A few times a month1688.3
4) Once or twice a year9.4
5) Seldom532.6
6) Never351.7
99) Refused482.4
TOTAL2012100.0
223) What is your current living situation? Are you currently...(Q38) (LIVSIT)
TOTAL%
1) Living at home with your parents or guardians97348.3
2) Living in a dormitory1959.7
3) Living in an apartment or house by yourself1628
4) Living in an apartment or house with roommates26113
5) Living in an apartment or house with a partner or significant other31615.7
6) Other [Specify]562.8
99) Refused502.5
TOTAL2013100.0
224) What is your current living situation? Are you currently...Other [Specify] (Q38_Other) (LIVSITO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
225) [Broadcast network news, such as NBC, ABC, or CBS] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_01) (ORDQ3901)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.012.00
226) [CNN] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_02) (ORDQ3902)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.991.97
227) [Fox News] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_03) (ORDQ3903)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.971.96
228) [MSNBC] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_04) (ORDQ3904)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.012.02
229) [Comedy Central's Daily Show with Jon Stewart] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_05) (ORDQ3905)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.122.04
230) [Public television (PBS)] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_06) (ORDQ3906)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20134.002.00
231) [Do not watch television news] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_07) (ORDQ3907)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.912.00
232) [Other, Specify] Order in which respondent saw this item (Order_Q39_08) (ORDQ3908)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20138.000.00
233) Which of the following television news sources do you trust the MOST to provide accurate information about politics and current events? [RANDOMIZE LIST] (Q39) (TELNEWS)
TOTAL%
1) Broadcast network news, such as NBC, ABC or CBS34217
2) CNN29314.6
3) Fox News30315.1
4) MSNBC834.1
5) Comedy Central's Daily Show with Jon Stewart1145.7
6) Public television (PBS)703.5
7) Do not watch television news62931.3
8) Other [Specify]1035.1
99) Refused753.7
TOTAL2012100.0
234) Which of the following television news sources do you trust the MOST to provide accurate information about politics and current events? [RANDOMIZE LIST] Other [Specify] (Q39_Other) (TELNEWSO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
235) Ask one-quarter sample: What website do you rely on most for information about current events and politics? (Q40) (WEBNEWS)
TOTAL%
1) AOL.com61.5
2) BBC.com102.5
3) CNN.com4611.4
4) Foxnews.com123
5) MSNBC.com61.5
6) Broadcast Network sites (abc.com, nbc.com, cbs.com)51.2
7) Newspaper sites (nytimes.co, latimes.com)215.2
8) Google.com4410.9
9) MSN.com143.5
10) Online News sites (politico.com, huffingtonpost.com)194.7
11) Yahoo.com9222.7
12) Social network sites (Twitter, Facebook)235.7
13) No one particular site71.7
14) None/Do not follow politics7719
98) Other [Specify]235.7
Missing1564 
TOTAL405100.0
236) Ask one-quarter sample: What website do you rely on most for information about current events and politics? Other [Specify] (Q40_OPEN) (WEBNEWSO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
237) Political Party (PARTY7) (PARTY7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican22211
2) Not strong Republican23111.5
3) Leans Republican33916.8
4) Undecided/Independent/Other572.8
5) Leans Democrat50525.1
6) Not strong Democrat35817.8
7) Strong Democrat30014.9
TOTAL2012100.0
238) Ask all: In general, would you describe your political views as... (IDEO)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative1296.4
2) Conservative38519.1
3) Moderate88443.9
4) Liberal40220
5) Very liberal1376.8
99) Refused753.7
TOTAL2012100.0
239) Age (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL201321.051.99
240) Age Categories (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-242013100
TOTAL2013100.0
241) Education (Highest Degree Received) (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No formal education9.4
2) First, second, third, or fourth grade00
3) Fifth or sixth grade7.3
4) Seventh or eighth grade13.6
5) Ninth grade16.8
6) 10th grade472.3
7) 11th grade1597.9
8) 12th grade (No diploma)683.4
9) High school graduate - high school diploma or the equivalent (GED)56528.1
10) Some college, no degree75337.4
11) Associate degree1618
12) Bachelor's degree1969.7
13) Master's degree14.7
14) Professional or doctorate degree4.2
TOTAL2012100.0
242) Education (Categorical) (EDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school31915.9
2) High school56528.1
3) Some college91445.4
4) Bachelor's degree or higher21410.6
TOTAL2012100.0
243) Race/Ethnicity (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White, Non-Hispanic114356.8
2) Black, Non-Hispanic27313.6
3) Other, Non-Hispanic1286.4
4) Hispanic41820.8
5) Two-plus races, Non-Hispanic512.5
TOTAL2013100.0
244) Gender (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male98448.9
2) Female102851.1
TOTAL2012100.0
245) Household Head (HHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No136167.6
1) Yes65232.4
TOTAL2013100.0
246) Household Size (HHSIZE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20133.721.72
247) Housing Type (HOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A one-family house detached from any other house121560.4
2) A one-family house attached to one or more houses22010.9
3) A building with two or more apartments48324
4) A mobile home924.6
5) Boat, RV, van, etc.2.1
TOTAL2012100.0
248) Household Income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,0001306.5
2) $5,000 to $7,499723.6
3) $7,500 to $9,999623.1
4) $10,000 to $12,499904.5
5) $12,500 to $14,999844.2
6) $15,000 to $19,999954.7
7) $20,000 to $24,9991417
8) $25,000 to $29,9991376.8
9) $30,000 to $34,9991236.1
10) $35,000 to $39,9991045.2
11) $40,000 to $49,9991447.1
12) $50,000 to $59,9991487.3
13) $60,000 to $74,9991316.5
14) $75,000 to $84,9991035.1
15) $85,000 to $99,9991356.7
16) $100,000 to $124,9991487.3
17) $125,000 to $149,999783.9
18) $150,000 to $174,999442.2
19) $175,000 or more452.2
TOTAL2014100.0
249) Marital Status (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married1597.9
2) Widowed10
3) Divorced12.6
4) Separated331.6
5) Never married154977
6) Living with partner25812.8
TOTAL2012100.0
250) MSA Status (MSA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20130.860.35
251) Region 4 - Based on State of Residence (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast36918.3
2) Midwest44422.1
3) South70034.8
4) West49924.8
TOTAL2012100.0
252) Region 9 - Based on State of Residence (REGION9)
TOTAL%
1) New England864.3
2) Mid-Atlantic28314.1
3) East-North Central29214.5
4) West-North Central1537.6
5) South Atlantic38819.3
6) East-South Central894.4
7) West-South Central22311.1
8) Mountain1266.3
9) Pacific37318.5
TOTAL2013100.0
253) Ownership Status of Living Quarters (RENT)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household114957.1
2) Rented for cash78739.1
3) Occupied without payment of cash rent763.8
TOTAL2012100.0
254) State of Residence (STATE)
TOTAL%
11) ME14.7
12) NH8.4
13) VT3.1
14) MA261.3
15) RI6.3
16) CT301.5
21) NY1216
22) NJ412
23) PA1206
31) OH673.3
32) IN301.5
33) IL904.5
34) MI572.8
35) WI472.3
41) MN522.6
42) IA201
43) MO391.9
44) ND8.4
45) SD3.1
46) NE17.8
47) KS14.7
51) DE5.2
52) MD462.3
53) DC5.2
54) VA391.9
55) WV11.5
56) NC613
57) SC281.4
58) GA703.5
59) FL1236.1
61) KY261.3
62) TN251.2
63) AL311.5
64) MS8.4
71) AR19.9
72) LA201
73) OK271.3
74) TX1567.8
81) MT14.7
82) ID7.3
83) WY00
84) CO12.6
85) NM10.5
86) AZ482.4
87) UT12.6
88) NV221.1
91) WA472.3
92) OR261.3
93) CA27713.8
94) AK5.2
95) HI18.9
TOTAL2011100.0
255) Presence of household members - children 0-2 (PPT01) (PHHM01)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20130.100.32
256) Presence of household members - children 2-5 (PPT25) (PHHM25)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20130.150.44
257) Presence of household members - children 6-12 (PPT612) (PHHM612)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20130.170.48
258) Presence of household members - children 13-17 (PPT1317) (PHHM1317)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20130.380.66
259) Presence of household members - adults 18+ (PPT18OV) (PHHM18OV)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL20132.921.23
260) Current Employment Status (WORK)
TOTAL%
1) Working - as a paid employee96748
2) Working - self-employed874.3
3) Not working - on temporary layoff from a job291.4
4) Not working - looking for work54126.9
6) Not working disabled311.5
7) Not working - other35917.8
TOTAL2014100.0
261) Internet Access (NETHH)
TOTAL%
0) No1989.8
1) Yes181590.2
TOTAL2013100.0
262) Weight for total qualified respondents (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL11.129
263) Age (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
19) 18 and 19 years55227.4
20) 20 years28714.3
21) 21 years30115
22) 22 years28013.9
23) 23 years29814.8
24) 24 years29514.7
TOTAL2013100.0
264) Ask all: Currently...Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services? (ATTEND) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week1738.8
2) Once a week32616.6
3) Once or twice a month23211.8
4) A few times a year35518
5) Seldom33116.8
6) Never55128
Missing33 
TOTAL1968100.0
265) Education (Highest Degree Received) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No high school diploma31915.9
2) High school diploma or the equivalent (GED)56528.1
3) Some college, no degree75337.4
4) Associate degree1618
5) Bachelor's degree1969.7
6) Postgraduate work/degree18.9
TOTAL2012100.0
266) Gender (For use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male98448.9
2) Female102851.1
TOTAL2012100.0