Measuring Morality Study, 2012

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > National > Other > Codebook


All frequencies weighted by 2) WEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519841.73460.41
2) Post-stratification weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.734
3) Interview start time (TM_START)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
4) Interview finish time (TMFINISH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
5) Interview duration in minutes (DURATION)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519361.261371.92
6) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. More needs to be done to restrict foreign influences on American culture. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Strongly agree1399.2
2) Agree29819.6
3) Neither/Neutral60139.6
4) Disagree33522.1
5) Strongly disagree1288.4
TOTAL1519100.0
7) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The USA should welcome ideas from foreign cultures. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Strongly agree16310.7
2) Agree60039.5
3) Neither/Neutral56837.4
4) Disagree1248.2
5) Strongly disagree523.4
TOTAL1519100.0
8) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The USA should cooperate with other countries only when in its own interests. [Cosmopolitanism Scale] (C3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly agree946.2
2) Agree24115.9
3) Neither/Neutral62441.1
4) Disagree43028.3
5) Strongly disagree1147.5
TOTAL1520100.0
9) How important to your sense of identity is... being a citizen of the United States? [Identity Measures] (I1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Extremely important64842.7
2) Very important47631.4
3) Somewhat important25416.7
4) Not very important805.3
5) Not at all important473.1
TOTAL1518100.0
10) How important to your sense of identity is... your job? [Identity Measures] (I2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Extremely important26117.2
2) Very important44729.4
3) Somewhat important42628
4) Not very important1509.9
5) Not at all important22114.5
TOTAL1519100.0
11) How important to your sense of identity is... your home town? [Identity Measures] (I3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Extremely important17311.4
2) Very important33121.8
3) Somewhat important52734.7
4) Not very important29219.2
5) Not at all important18212
TOTAL1519100.0
12) How important to your sense of identity is... your home state? [Identity Measures] (I4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Extremely important18412.1
2) Very important34122.4
3) Somewhat important53435.2
4) Not very important26517.4
5) Not at all important18111.9
TOTAL1519100.0
13) How important to your sense of identity is... your religion? [Identity Measures] (I5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Extremely important38925.6
2) Very important32121.1
3) Somewhat important33121.8
4) Not very important23615.5
5) Not at all important22915.1
TOTAL1518100.0
14) How important to your sense of identity is... your social class? [Identity Measures] (I6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused11.7
1) Extremely important694.5
2) Very important22114.5
3) Somewhat important59038.8
4) Not very important41127.1
5) Not at all important21714.3
TOTAL1519100.0
15) How important to your sense of identity is... your preferred political party? [Identity Measures] (I7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Extremely important815.3
2) Very important18312.1
3) Somewhat important46430.6
4) Not very important41727.5
5) Not at all important35823.6
TOTAL1518100.0
16) How important to your sense of identity is... your favorite sports team? [Identity Measures] (I8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
1) Extremely important744.9
2) Very important1459.5
3) Somewhat important30420
4) Not very important36924.3
5) Not at all important61840.7
TOTAL1520100.0
17) Religiously, I consider myself [Identity Measures] (I9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused9.6
1) Very religious15710.3
2) Religious42527.9
3) Somewhat religious47431.2
4) Religious in name only1016.6
5) Not religious31520.7
6) Anti-religious402.6
TOTAL1521100.0
18) Spiritually, I consider myself [Identity Measures] (I10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Very spiritual23215.3
2) Spiritual49532.6
3) Somewhat spiritual49832.8
4) Not spiritual26617.5
5) Anti-spiritual13.9
TOTAL1519100.0
19) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. My faith is extremely important to me. [Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire, Short-Form] (RFQ1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused7.5
1) Strongly agree45029.6
2) Agree30219.9
3) Somewhat agree18312
4) Neither agree/disagree24716.3
5) Somewhat disagree654.3
6) Disagree1067
7) Strongly disagree16010.5
TOTAL1520100.0
20) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. My religious faith impacts many of my decisions. [Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire, Short-Form] (RFQ2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused7.5
1) Strongly agree35723.5
2) Agree25516.8
3) Somewhat agree20813.7
4) Neither agree/disagree26217.2
5) Somewhat disagree926.1
6) Disagree1338.8
7) Strongly disagree20513.5
TOTAL1519100.0
21) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. I look to faith for meaning and purpose in my life. [Santa Clara Strength of Religious Faith Questionnaire, Short-Form] (RFQ3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused8.5
1) Strongly agree40226.5
2) Agree27618.2
3) Somewhat agree20213.3
4) Neither agree/disagree26817.7
5) Somewhat disagree694.5
6) Disagree1218
7) Strongly disagree17211.3
TOTAL1518100.0
22) Please indicate to what extent each of the following statements represents you. I prefer my life to be filled with puzzles that I must solve. [The Rational/Experiential Inventory] (REI1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Definitely not true of myself23815.7
2) Somewhat not true of myself36824.2
3) Neither true/untrue of myself54335.7
4) Somewhat true of myself30019.7
5) Definitely true of myself563.7
TOTAL1519100.0
23) Please indicate to what extent each of the following statements represents you. I believe in trusting my hunches. [The Rational/Experiential Inventory] (REI2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Definitely not true of myself211.4
2) Somewhat not true of myself905.9
3) Neither true/untrue of myself34322.6
4) Somewhat true of myself79152.1
5) Definitely true of myself25817
TOTAL1519100.0
24) Please indicate to what extent each of the following statements represents you. I do better when I try to figure out people and situations logically than when I rely on my feelings. [The Rational/Experiential Inventory] (REI3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Definitely not true of myself694.5
2) Somewhat not true of myself23015.1
3) Neither true/untrue of myself51734
4) Somewhat true of myself53735.3
5) Definitely true of myself1479.7
TOTAL1520100.0
25) Please indicate to what extent each of the following statements represents you. I think it is worse to be too sentimental than to be to analytical. [The Rational/Experiential Inventory] (REI4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Definitely not true of myself1207.9
2) Somewhat not true of myself26417.4
3) Neither true/untrue of myself70446.3
4) Somewhat true of myself33822.3
5) Definitely true of myself795.2
TOTAL1519100.0
26) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. What is right and wrong is up to each person to decide. [Moral Relativism] (MR1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly agree1258.2
2) Agree19512.8
3) Somewhat agree24316
4) Neither agree/disagree25216.6
5) Somewhat disagree24416.1
6) Disagree23315.3
7) Strongly disagree20813.7
TOTAL1519100.0
27) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Right and wrong should be based on God's law. [Moral Relativism] (MR2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly agree33622.1
2) Agree23415.4
3) Somewhat agree17311.4
4) Neither agree/disagree36023.7
5) Somewhat disagree986.5
6) Disagree1177.7
7) Strongly disagree18312.1
TOTAL1518100.0
28) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. American children should be raised to believe in God. [Moral Relativism] (MR3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly agree36824.2
2) Agree27117.8
3) Somewhat agree15810.4
4) Neither agree/disagree44529.3
5) Somewhat disagree463
6) Disagree664.3
7) Strongly disagree1389.1
TOTAL1519100.0
29) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Moral standards should be seen as individualistic; what one person considers to be moral may be judged as immoral by another person. [Ethics Position Questionnaire] (EPQ1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly agree1117.3
2) Agree28118.5
3) Somewhat agree33822.3
4) Neither agree/disagree28618.8
5) Somewhat disagree16711
6) Disagree18612.2
7) Strongly disagree1308.6
TOTAL1519100.0
30) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The question of what is ethical for everyone can never be resolved because what is moral or immoral is up to the individual to decide. [Ethics Position Questionnaire] (EPQ2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly agree1389.1
2) Agree23315.3
3) Somewhat agree29119.2
4) Neither agree/disagree31220.5
5) Somewhat disagree20313.4
6) Disagree17011.2
7) Strongly disagree15710.3
TOTAL1519100.0
31) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Moral standards are simply personal rules that indicate how a person should behave, and should not be used when making judgments of others. [Ethics Position Questionnaire] (EPQ3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Strongly agree1187.8
2) Agree23815.7
3) Somewhat agree24616.2
4) Neither agree/disagree31420.7
5) Somewhat disagree23215.3
6) Disagree21214
7) Strongly disagree1419.3
TOTAL1519100.0
32) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. In order to truly nurture people national authorities need to be empathetic. [Lakoff Scales] (L1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree453
2) Disagree614
3) Somewhat disagree1157.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree58538.5
5) Somewhat agree35923.6
6) Agree23815.7
7) Strongly agree996.5
TOTAL1519100.0
33) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. People should be empowered by their government so that they can do what they aspire to. [Lakoff Scales] (L2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Strongly disagree986.5
2) Disagree754.9
3) Somewhat disagree1228
4) Neither agree nor disagree44329.2
5) Somewhat agree33321.9
6) Agree28919
7) Strongly agree1369
TOTAL1519100.0
34) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. The government should encourage people to be cooperative rather than competitive. [Lakoff Scales] (L3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree825.4
2) Disagree986.5
3) Somewhat disagree15210
4) Neither agree nor disagree49232.4
5) Somewhat agree34022.4
6) Agree22715
7) Strongly agree1077
TOTAL1518100.0
35) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. It's essential that political leaders promote empathy towards each other. [Lakoff Scales] (L4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree332.2
2) Disagree664.3
3) Somewhat disagree563.7
4) Neither agree nor disagree45429.9
5) Somewhat agree40926.9
6) Agree34022.4
7) Strongly agree1449.5
TOTAL1519100.0
36) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. It takes toughness from the part of national authorities to mold people into good members of society. [Lakoff Scales] (L5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree18111.9
2) Disagree23215.3
3) Somewhat disagree21213.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree47231.1
5) Somewhat agree23615.5
6) Agree1036.8
7) Strongly agree644.2
TOTAL1520100.0
37) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. It's very important that citizens are physically clean and not filthy, which is a sign of weak character. [Lakoff Scales] (L6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Strongly disagree734.8
2) Disagree16010.5
3) Somewhat disagree15710.3
4) Neither agree nor disagree47131
5) Somewhat agree31120.5
6) Agree22815
7) Strongly agree1016.6
TOTAL1519100.0
38) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Citizens must always behave calmly and orderly in public. [Lakoff Scales] (L7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly disagree251.6
2) Disagree573.8
3) Somewhat disagree1358.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree31220.6
5) Somewhat agree41327.2
6) Agree38625.4
7) Strongly agree17511.5
TOTAL1518100.0
39) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. People must be disciplined through strict rules in society. [Lakoff Scales] (L8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree714.7
2) Disagree1439.4
3) Somewhat disagree22815
4) Neither agree nor disagree41327.2
5) Somewhat agree39526
6) Agree18011.8
7) Strongly agree704.6
TOTAL1519100.0
40) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Parents should empower children as much as possible so that they may follow their dreams. [Lakoff Scales] (L9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Strongly disagree151
2) Disagree14.9
3) Somewhat disagree382.5
4) Neither agree nor disagree18912.5
5) Somewhat agree29919.7
6) Agree54535.9
7) Strongly agree39726.2
TOTAL1518100.0
41) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Children must learn to see the world through other people's eyes. [Lakoff Scales] (L10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) Strongly disagree473.1
2) Disagree674.4
3) Somewhat disagree855.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree30119.8
5) Somewhat agree36424
6) Agree40826.9
7) Strongly agree22314.7
TOTAL1519100.0
42) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. In order to truly nurture children, one needs to be empathetic. [Lakoff Scales] (L11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree161.1
2) Disagree221.4
3) Somewhat disagree463
4) Neither agree nor disagree35723.5
5) Somewhat agree40326.5
6) Agree45429.9
7) Strongly agree20313.4
TOTAL1520100.0
43) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Children shouldn't feel obligated to care about the well-being of people they do not know. [Lakoff Scales] (L12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree38625.4
2) Disagree43228.4
3) Somewhat disagree22714.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree25116.5
5) Somewhat agree1006.6
6) Agree614
7) Strongly agree432.8
TOTAL1520100.0
44) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. I will not have my child talk back to me. [Lakoff Scales] (L13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree241.6
2) Disagree432.8
3) Somewhat disagree825.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree27017.8
5) Somewhat agree33422
6) Agree44629.4
7) Strongly agree30019.8
TOTAL1518100.0
45) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Children need to be disciplined in order to build character. [Lakoff Scales] (L14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Strongly disagree14.9
2) Disagree241.6
3) Somewhat disagree614
4) Neither agree nor disagree23315.3
5) Somewhat agree41227.1
6) Agree46730.7
7) Strongly agree28718.9
TOTAL1520100.0
46) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. 'Tough love' is required to raise a child right. [Lakoff Scales] (L15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree483.2
2) Disagree966.3
3) Somewhat disagree1087.1
4) Neither agree nor disagree33922.3
5) Somewhat agree44629.4
6) Agree28118.5
7) Strongly agree18412.1
TOTAL1519100.0
47) Please indicate to what extent you agree/disagree with the following statements. Obedience must be instilled in children. [Lakoff Scales] (L16)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) Strongly disagree14.9
2) Disagree251.6
3) Somewhat disagree593.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree21614.2
5) Somewhat agree33722.2
6) Agree51433.8
7) Strongly agree33121.8
TOTAL1520100.0
48) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I get great pleasure from pursuing my goals. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree5.3
2) Disagree13.9
3) Somewhat disagree372.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree23915.7
5) Somewhat agree42728.1
6) Agree53735.4
7) Strongly agree24215.9
TOTAL1519100.0
49) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I enjoy the feeling of anticipation when I'm looking forward to some event. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly disagree9.6
2) Disagree231.5
3) Somewhat disagree463
4) Neither agree nor disagree21814.4
5) Somewhat agree41227.1
6) Agree53535.2
7) Strongly agree24916.4
TOTAL1519100.0
50) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I enjoy getting new things for myself. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree281.8
2) Disagree362.4
3) Somewhat disagree1147.5
4) Neither agree nor disagree33722.2
5) Somewhat agree42828.2
6) Agree38225.1
7) Strongly agree17611.6
TOTAL1520100.0
51) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I am generally a contented person. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree8.5
2) Disagree322.1
3) Somewhat disagree765
4) Neither agree nor disagree23715.6
5) Somewhat agree41427.2
6) Agree52934.8
7) Strongly agree20513.5
TOTAL1520100.0
52) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. When I think about my life I experience a deep feeling of contentment. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree281.8
2) Disagree603.9
3) Somewhat disagree1207.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree35923.6
5) Somewhat agree42427.9
6) Agree35023
7) Strongly agree15810.4
TOTAL1519100.0
53) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I feel satisfied more often than most people. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Strongly disagree181.2
2) Disagree533.5
3) Somewhat disagree1268.3
4) Neither agree nor disagree43828.9
5) Somewhat agree38325.2
6) Agree33922.3
7) Strongly agree1459.6
TOTAL1518100.0
54) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I take great pride in my achievements. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Strongly disagree8.5
2) Disagree10.7
3) Somewhat disagree372.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree19212.6
5) Somewhat agree38825.5
6) Agree56637.2
7) Strongly agree29719.5
TOTAL1520100.0
55) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. It feels good to know that people look up to me. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Strongly disagree171.1
2) Disagree211.4
3) Somewhat disagree372.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree33922.3
5) Somewhat agree45530
6) Agree44729.4
7) Strongly agree18111.9
TOTAL1518100.0
56) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I feel strong positive emotion when I do something well. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Strongly disagree7.5
2) Disagree3.2
3) Somewhat disagree12.8
4) Neither agree nor disagree15710.3
5) Somewhat agree35923.6
6) Agree62341
7) Strongly agree33522.1
TOTAL1519100.0
57) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I enjoy forming emotionally intimate friendships. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused302
1) Strongly disagree171.1
2) Disagree493.2
3) Somewhat disagree895.9
4) Neither agree nor disagree39826.2
5) Somewhat agree39726.2
6) Agree36323.9
7) Strongly agree17511.5
TOTAL1518100.0
58) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I develop strong emotions toward people I can rely on. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused261.7
1) Strongly disagree13.9
2) Disagree171.1
3) Somewhat disagree362.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree25216.6
5) Somewhat agree43828.9
6) Agree48531.9
7) Strongly agree25116.5
TOTAL1518100.0
59) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I grow to love people who are kind to me. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly disagree4.3
2) Disagree11.7
3) Somewhat disagree251.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree25616.9
5) Somewhat agree42528
6) Agree52334.4
7) Strongly agree26017.1
TOTAL1519100.0
60) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. Nurturing others gives me a warm feeling inside. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Strongly disagree6.4
2) Disagree211.4
3) Somewhat disagree543.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree28018.4
5) Somewhat agree40226.5
6) Agree48331.8
7) Strongly agree25016.5
TOTAL1518100.0
61) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I enjoy being a caregiver in my relationships. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree201.3
2) Disagree402.6
3) Somewhat disagree1006.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree32921.6
5) Somewhat agree40326.5
6) Agree39826.2
7) Strongly agree21314
TOTAL1520100.0
62) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I am a very compassionate person. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly disagree10.7
2) Disagree251.6
3) Somewhat disagree553.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree23515.5
5) Somewhat agree42227.8
6) Agree47231.1
7) Strongly agree27418
TOTAL1520100.0
63) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I find humor in almost everything. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES16)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly disagree161.1
2) Disagree593.9
3) Somewhat disagree15610.3
4) Neither agree nor disagree37824.9
5) Somewhat agree42127.7
6) Agree28919
7) Strongly agree17211.3
TOTAL1518100.0
64) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. Many things are funny to me. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES17)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree12.8
2) Disagree352.3
3) Somewhat disagree825.4
4) Neither agree nor disagree33522.1
5) Somewhat agree43128.4
6) Agree38925.6
7) Strongly agree21514.2
TOTAL1519100.0
65) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. There is a lot of humor in my life. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES18)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree12.8
2) Disagree503.3
3) Somewhat disagree795.2
4) Neither agree nor disagree29119.2
5) Somewhat agree42528
6) Agree42427.9
7) Strongly agree21814.4
TOTAL1518100.0
66) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I often feel awe. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES19)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly disagree241.6
2) Disagree865.7
3) Somewhat disagree17811.7
4) Neither agree nor disagree52834.7
5) Somewhat agree36924.3
6) Agree21414.1
7) Strongly agree946.2
TOTAL1520100.0
67) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. I feel wonder almost every day. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES20)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
1) Strongly disagree221.4
2) Disagree674.4
3) Somewhat disagree17411.5
4) Neither agree nor disagree44729.4
5) Somewhat agree37524.7
6) Agree28618.8
7) Strongly agree1238.1
TOTAL1519100.0
68) In this series of questions we are interested in learning about your beliefs and feelings about the world, as well as some of your typical day-to-day actions. Each item below contains a statement. We want to know how strongly you agree or disagree with each of these statements. Think about each statement separately, and decide how much you agree with it. There are no right or wrong answers. My life is full of wonder. [Dispositional Positive Emotion Scales] (DPES21)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused322.1
1) Strongly disagree171.1
2) Disagree644.2
3) Somewhat disagree1308.6
4) Neither agree nor disagree43028.3
5) Somewhat agree39526
6) Agree31120.5
7) Strongly agree1409.2
TOTAL1519100.0
69) The purpose of this section is to help us understand how people think about social problems. Different people have different opinions about questions of right and wrong. There are no 'right' answers to such problems in the way that math problems have right answers. Please read the following scenario and then answer the questions that follow. In Europe a woman was near death from a special kind of cancer. There was one drug that doctors thought might save her. It was a form of radium that a druggist in the same town had recently discovered. The drug was expensive to make, but the druggist was charging ten times what the drug cost to make. He paid $200 for the radium and charged $2,000 for a small dose of the drug. The woman's husband, Heinz, went to everyone he knew to borrow the money, but he could only get together about $1,000, which was half of what it cost. He told the druggist that his wife was dying, and asked him to sell it cheaper or let him pay later. But the druggist said, 'No, I discovered the drug and I'm going to make money from it.' So Heinz get desperate and began to think about breaking into the man's store to steal the drug for his wife. Should Heinz steal the drug? [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT0)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused6.4
1) Yes, he should steal the drug42327.8
2) I can't decide35023
3) No, he should not steal the drug74048.7
TOTAL1519100.0
70) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether a community's laws are going to be upheld. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Not important15710.3
2) Little importance16811.1
3) Some importance52234.4
4) Much importance43028.3
5) Great importance21814.4
TOTAL1518100.0
71) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Isn't it only natural for a loving husband to care so much for his wife that he'd steal? [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Not important875.7
2) Little importance1046.8
3) Some importance41827.5
4) Much importance47231.1
5) Great importance41827.5
TOTAL1519100.0
72) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Isn't Heinz willing to risk getting shot as a burglar or going to jail for the chance that stealing the drug might help? [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Not important1358.9
2) Little importance18312.1
3) Some importance41727.5
4) Much importance45229.8
5) Great importance30820.3
TOTAL1518100.0
73) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether Heinz is a professional wrestler, or has considerable influence with professional wrestlers. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Not important102067.2
2) Little importance22715
3) Some importance17511.5
4) Much importance453
5) Great importance291.9
TOTAL1517100.0
74) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether Heinz is stealing for himself or doing this solely to help someone else. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Not important29819.6
2) Little importance20413.4
3) Some importance42327.8
4) Much importance32021.1
5) Great importance24716.3
TOTAL1519100.0
75) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether the druggist's rights to his invention have to be respected. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused281.8
1) Not important21514.2
2) Little importance26817.6
3) Some importance61140.2
4) Much importance26817.6
5) Great importance1298.5
TOTAL1519100.0
76) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether the essence of living is more encompassing than the termination of dying, socially and individually. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused372.4
1) Not important1026.7
2) Little importance15210
3) Some importance58438.4
4) Much importance40426.6
5) Great importance24015.8
TOTAL1519100.0
77) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. What values are going to be the basis for governing how people act towards each other. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused372.4
1) Not important714.7
2) Little importance1147.5
3) Some importance50733.4
4) Much importance50233
5) Great importance28819
TOTAL1519100.0
78) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether the druggist is going to be allowed to hide behind a worthless law which only protects the right anyhow. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused392.6
1) Not important23515.5
2) Little importance31420.7
3) Some importance57637.9
4) Much importance23815.7
5) Great importance1187.8
TOTAL1520100.0
79) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether the law in this case is getting in the way of the most basic claim of any member of society. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused352.3
1) Not important15910.5
2) Little importance22915.1
3) Some importance54035.5
4) Much importance34322.6
5) Great importance21414.1
TOTAL1520100.0
80) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Whether the druggist deserves to be robbed for being so greedy and cruel. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused312
1) Not important30820.3
2) Little importance31220.5
3) Some importance45129.7
4) Much importance26617.5
5) Great importance15210
TOTAL1520100.0
81) Second, read each of the items below and think of the issue that the item is raising. Then mark how important that issue was in making your decision about Heinz and the drug. Would stealing in such a case bring about more total good for the whole society or not. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (DIT12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused352.3
1) Not important26817.6
2) Little importance25316.7
3) Some importance48531.9
4) Much importance28418.7
5) Great importance19412.8
TOTAL1519100.0
82) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether a community's laws are going to be upheld. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT1)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen67844.6
1) 134622.8
2) 218212
3) 31449.5
4) 416911.1
TOTAL1519100.0
83) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Isn't it only natural for a loving husband to care so much for his wife that he'd steal? [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT2)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen48632
1) 148331.8
2) 223715.6
3) 315510.2
4) 415810.4
TOTAL1519100.0
84) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Is Heinz willing to risk getting shot as a burglar or going to jail for the chance that stealing the drug might help? [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT3)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen78451.6
1) 11519.9
2) 223215.3
3) 319012.5
4) 416210.7
TOTAL1519100.0
85) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether Heinz is a professional wrestler, or has considerable influence with professional wrestlers. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT4)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen102567.5
1) 11107.2
2) 2523.4
3) 3553.6
4) 427718.2
TOTAL1519100.0
86) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether Heinz is stealing for himself or doing this solely to help someone else. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT5)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen82754.4
1) 116310.7
2) 219412.8
3) 318712.3
4) 41489.7
TOTAL1519100.0
87) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether the druggist's rights to his invention have to be respected. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT6)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen83655
1) 11429.3
2) 216811.1
3) 320413.4
4) 416911.1
TOTAL1519100.0
88) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether the essence of living is more encompassing than the termination of dying, socially and individually. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT7)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen76650.4
1) 117211.3
2) 221814.4
3) 321314
4) 41509.9
TOTAL1519100.0
89) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. What values are going to be the basis for governing how people act towards each other. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT8)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen70646.5
1) 124015.8
2) 221113.9
3) 320413.4
4) 415810.4
TOTAL1519100.0
90) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether the druggist is going to be allowed to hide behind a worthless law which only protects the right anyhow. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RANKDIT9)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen101867
1) 1936.1
2) 21167.6
3) 31519.9
4) 41419.3
TOTAL1519100.0
91) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether the law in this case is getting in the way of the most basic claim of any member of society. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RNKDIT10)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen82154
1) 117011.2
2) 217011.2
3) 316911.1
4) 418912.4
TOTAL1519100.0
92) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Whether the druggist deserves to be robbed for being so greedy and cruel. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RNKDIT11)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen94061.9
1) 11036.8
2) 21489.7
3) 31459.5
4) 418312
TOTAL1519100.0
93) Now, choose the item that is the most important consideration out of all of the items you rated above. Then choose the second most important, third most important, and fourth most important. Would stealing in such a case bring about more total good for the whole society or not. [Defining Issues Test (DIT) - Heinz and the Drug scenario] (RNKDIT12)
TOTAL%
-1) NA, not chosen86156.7
1) 11379
2) 21399.2
3) 318111.9
4) 420113.2
TOTAL1519100.0
94) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Lying about a test score when reporting performance to a teacher. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality10.7
2) 2261.7
3) 3795.2
4) 419212.6
5) 529919.7
6) 630720.2
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action59439.1
TOTAL1520100.0
95) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Faking an injury to collect on insurance. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality9.6
2) 26.4
3) 3261.7
4) 4603.9
5) 51026.7
6) 623615.5
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action106269.9
TOTAL1520100.0
96) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Parking in a handicapped parking spot when not handicapped. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality13.9
2) 2332.2
3) 3724.7
4) 418912.5
5) 522715
6) 635423.3
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action61340.4
TOTAL1518100.0
97) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Using someone else's tooth brush without his or her permission. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality1509.9
2) 21228
3) 31389.1
4) 421714.3
5) 522114.6
6) 617811.7
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action47331.2
TOTAL1518100.0
98) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Packing for a trip at the last minute. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality103167.9
2) 21177.7
3) 3734.8
4) 41429.4
5) 5634.2
6) 6281.8
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action463
TOTAL1518100.0
99) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Choosing to wake up late, despite having a busy day ahead. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality74348.9
2) 221514.1
3) 31308.6
4) 418812.4
5) 51077
6) 6392.6
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action754.9
TOTAL1520100.0
100) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Ignoring a woman struggling to carry bags of groceries. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality523.4
2) 21127.4
3) 318512.2
4) 430119.8
5) 533922.3
6) 624816.3
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action26517.4
TOTAL1520100.0
101) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Ignoring a driver whose car is stuck in the snow. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality563.7
2) 21228
3) 317611.6
4) 431420.7
5) 535623.4
6) 624616.2
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action22815
TOTAL1519100.0
102) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). An 18-year-old girl breaking an abstinence vow to have premarital sex. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality15410.1
2) 21338.8
3) 316210.7
4) 429519.4
5) 520813.7
6) 617911.8
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action37124.4
TOTAL1520100.0
103) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Drinking 10 beers at a party and vomiting several times. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality28218.6
2) 21439.4
3) 31419.3
4) 419112.6
5) 520913.8
6) 618912.4
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action34722.8
TOTAL1519100.0
104) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Defecating, not washing one's hands, and then preparing dinner for oneself. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality33722.2
2) 21298.5
3) 31218
4) 417411.5
5) 51369
6) 616310.7
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action43828.9
TOTAL1518100.0
105) Many people are used to thinking about morality as it relates to a few controversial public-policy issues: abortion, gay marriage, gun control, the death penalty, etc. This survey is instead about the things people do in their own daily lives. Below you'll be presented with a variety of situations and asked to say whether certain behaviors in those situations would be morally wrong. Please use the following scale from 1 to 7, to indicate the degree to which you judge the behavior to be wrong (if at all). Wearing a pair of pants for three weeks without washing them. [Moralization in Everyday Life Scale (MELS)] (MELS12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Not at all wrong; has nothing to do with morality52634.6
2) 216310.7
3) 31358.9
4) 419412.8
5) 51087.1
6) 61077
7) Very wrong; an extremely immoral action26817.6
TOTAL1519100.0
106) Please indicate which two issues are the MOST important challenges you think our country is dealing with today [Issue 1]. [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused2.1
1) Abortion362.4
2) The unemployment rate39425.9
3) Illegal immigration16010.5
4) Education926.1
5) Same sex marriage442.9
6) The environment553.6
7) Social Security724.7
8) Health care reform25416.7
9) The deficit21914.4
10) The housing crisis362.4
11) Income inequality966.3
12) Taxes603.9
TOTAL1520100.0
107) Please indicate which two issues are the MOST important challenges you think our country is dealing with today [Issue 2]. [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS12)
TOTAL%
1) Abortion473.1
2) The unemployment rate39225.9
3) Illegal immigration1258.2
4) Education976.4
5) Same sex marriage463
6) The environment442.9
7) Social Security855.6
8) Health care reform22514.8
9) The deficit26017.2
10) The housing crisis473.1
11) Income inequality664.4
12) Taxes825.4
Missing4 
TOTAL1516100.0
108) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Abortion [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS101)
TOTAL%
0) No143794.6
1) Yes825.4
TOTAL1519100.0
109) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? The unemployment rate [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS102)
TOTAL%
0) No73248.2
1) Yes78751.8
TOTAL1519100.0
110) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Illegal immigration [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS103)
TOTAL%
0) No123481.2
1) Yes28518.8
TOTAL1519100.0
111) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Education [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS104)
TOTAL%
0) No133187.6
1) Yes18812.4
TOTAL1519100.0
112) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Same sex marriage [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS105)
TOTAL%
0) No142994.1
1) Yes905.9
TOTAL1519100.0
113) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? The environment [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS106)
TOTAL%
0) No142093.5
1) Yes996.5
TOTAL1519100.0
114) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Social Security [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS107)
TOTAL%
0) No136289.7
1) Yes15710.3
TOTAL1519100.0
115) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Health care reform [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS108)
TOTAL%
0) No104168.5
1) Yes47831.5
TOTAL1519100.0
116) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? The deficit [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS109)
TOTAL%
0) No104068.5
1) Yes47931.5
TOTAL1519100.0
117) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? The housing crisis [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS110)
TOTAL%
0) No143694.5
1) Yes835.5
TOTAL1519100.0
118) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Income inequality [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS111)
TOTAL%
0) No135789.3
1) Yes16210.7
TOTAL1519100.0
119) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Taxes [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS112)
TOTAL%
0) No137790.7
1) Yes1429.3
TOTAL1519100.0
120) Was this item selected in MOPS11 or MOPS12? Refused [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS113)
TOTAL%
0) No151799.9
1) Yes2.1
TOTAL1519100.0
121) Please indicate which two issues are the LEAST important challenges you think our country is dealing with today [Issue 1]. [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS21)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused6.4
1) Abortion27017.8
2) The unemployment rate12.8
3) Illegal immigration1218
4) Education432.8
5) Same sex marriage46130.4
6) The environment1509.9
7) Social Security251.6
8) Health care reform221.4
9) The deficit241.6
10) The housing crisis946.2
11) Income inequality24215.9
12) Taxes483.2
TOTAL1518100.0
122) Please indicate which two issues are the LEAST important challenges you think our country is dealing with today [Issue 2]. [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS22)
TOTAL%
1) Abortion28819
2) The unemployment rate231.5
3) Illegal immigration1268.3
4) Education322.1
5) Same sex marriage43528.8
6) The environment15910.5
7) Social Security191.3
8) Health care reform543.6
9) The deficit322.1
10) The housing crisis1187.8
11) Income inequality20013.2
12) Taxes271.8
Missing4 
TOTAL1513100.0
123) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Abortion [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS201)
TOTAL%
0) No96263.3
1) Yes55736.7
TOTAL1519100.0
124) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? The unemployment rate [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS202)
TOTAL%
0) No148397.6
1) Yes362.4
TOTAL1519100.0
125) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Illegal immigration [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS203)
TOTAL%
0) No127283.7
1) Yes24716.3
TOTAL1519100.0
126) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Education [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS204)
TOTAL%
0) No144395
1) Yes765
TOTAL1519100.0
127) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Same sex marriage [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS205)
TOTAL%
0) No62341
1) Yes89659
TOTAL1519100.0
128) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? The environment [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS206)
TOTAL%
0) No121079.7
1) Yes30920.3
TOTAL1519100.0
129) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Social Security [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS207)
TOTAL%
0) No147597.1
1) Yes442.9
TOTAL1519100.0
130) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Health care reform [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS208)
TOTAL%
0) No144294.9
1) Yes775.1
TOTAL1519100.0
131) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? The deficit [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS209)
TOTAL%
0) No146396.3
1) Yes563.7
TOTAL1519100.0
132) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? The housing crisis [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS210)
TOTAL%
0) No130786
1) Yes21214
TOTAL1519100.0
133) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Income inequality [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS211)
TOTAL%
0) No107770.9
1) Yes44229.1
TOTAL1519100.0
134) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Taxes [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS212)
TOTAL%
0) No144495.1
1) Yes754.9
TOTAL1519100.0
135) Was this item selected in MOPS21 or MOPS22? Refused [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS213)
TOTAL%
0) No151399.6
1) Yes6.4
TOTAL1519100.0
136) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Abortion [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS301)
TOTAL%
0) No65943.4
1) Yes86056.6
TOTAL1519100.0
137) Recorded for use in MOPS3: The unemployment rate [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS302)
TOTAL%
0) No52334.4
1) Yes99665.6
TOTAL1519100.0
138) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Illegal immigration [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS303)
TOTAL%
0) No72647.8
1) Yes79352.2
TOTAL1519100.0
139) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Education [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS304)
TOTAL%
0) No93661.6
1) Yes58338.4
TOTAL1519100.0
140) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Same sex marriage [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS305)
TOTAL%
0) No39726.1
1) Yes112273.9
TOTAL1519100.0
141) Recorded for use in MOPS3: The environment [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS306)
TOTAL%
0) No84255.4
1) Yes67744.6
TOTAL1519100.0
142) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Social Security [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS307)
TOTAL%
0) No98765
1) Yes53235
TOTAL1519100.0
143) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Health care reform [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS308)
TOTAL%
0) No73148.1
1) Yes78851.9
TOTAL1519100.0
144) Recorded for use in MOPS3: The deficit [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS309)
TOTAL%
0) No71547.1
1) Yes80452.9
TOTAL1519100.0
145) Recorded for use in MOPS3: The housing crisis [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS310)
TOTAL%
0) No93461.5
1) Yes58538.5
TOTAL1519100.0
146) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Income inequality [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS311)
TOTAL%
0) No68545.1
1) Yes83454.9
TOTAL1519100.0
147) Recorded for use in MOPS3: Taxes [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (DMOPS312)
TOTAL%
0) No97964.5
1) Yes54035.5
TOTAL1519100.0
148) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Abortion [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_01)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.9
1) Not at all18020.9
2) Slightly12915
3) Moderately21024.4
4) Much12014
5) Very much20523.8
Missing646 
TOTAL860100.0
149) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? The unemployment rate [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_02)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused141.4
1) Not at all14714.7
2) Slightly959.5
3) Moderately26326.4
4) Much23423.5
5) Very much24424.5
Missing561 
TOTAL997100.0
150) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Illegal immigration [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_03)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused7.9
1) Not at all11915
2) Slightly11314.2
3) Moderately21927.6
4) Much14117.8
5) Very much19424.5
Missing742 
TOTAL793100.0
151) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Education [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_04)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused4.7
1) Not at all579.8
2) Slightly6010.3
3) Moderately13923.9
4) Much15326.3
5) Very much16929
Missing939 
TOTAL582100.0
152) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Same sex marriage [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_05)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused121.1
1) Not at all35431.6
2) Slightly14412.8
3) Moderately22420
4) Much12311
5) Very much26423.6
Missing378 
TOTAL1121100.0
153) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? The environment [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_06)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused101.5
1) Not at all9614.2
2) Slightly12518.4
3) Moderately21732
4) Much11917.6
5) Very much11116.4
Missing826 
TOTAL678100.0
154) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Social Security [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_07)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused122.3
1) Not at all6011.3
2) Slightly5710.7
3) Moderately16230.5
4) Much11221.1
5) Very much12924.2
Missing1007 
TOTAL532100.0
155) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Health care reform [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_08)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused5.6
1) Not at all9612.2
2) Slightly506.3
3) Moderately19224.4
4) Much20926.5
5) Very much23629.9
Missing733 
TOTAL788100.0
156) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? The deficit [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_09)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused141.7
1) Not at all12014.9
2) Slightly9612
3) Moderately21927.3
4) Much19023.7
5) Very much16420.4
Missing711 
TOTAL803100.0
157) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? The housing crisis [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused4.7
1) Not at all12321
2) Slightly11820.2
3) Moderately20134.4
4) Much9215.7
5) Very much478
Missing914 
TOTAL585100.0
158) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Income inequality [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused4.5
1) Not at all17521
2) Slightly14717.6
3) Moderately25230.2
4) Much14016.8
5) Very much11613.9
Missing677 
TOTAL834100.0
159) To what extent is your position on each of the following a reflection of your core moral beliefs and convictions? Taxes [Moral Foundation of Politics Scale (MOPS)] (MOPS3_12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused81.5
1) Not at all5410
2) Slightly7213.4
3) Moderately18534.3
4) Much12322.8
5) Very much9718
Missing980 
TOTAL539100.0
160) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Cheat in a game of cards played for money with some people you don't know well [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)463
2) $10251.6
3) $100664.3
4) $1,0001026.7
5) $10,0001228
6) $100,000905.9
7) $1 million dollars or more1399.2
8) Never for any amount of money90759.7
TOTAL1519100.0
161) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Throw out a box of ballots, during an election, to help your favored candidate win [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)261.7
2) $106.4
3) $100221.4
4) $1,000342.2
5) $10,000563.7
6) $100,000694.5
7) $1 million dollars or more865.7
8) Never for any amount of money119778.8
TOTAL1519100.0
162) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Sign a secret-but-binding pledge to only hire people of your race in your company [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)402.6
2) $103.2
3) $10013.9
4) $1,000231.5
5) $10,000312
6) $100,000775.1
7) $1 million dollars or more1419.3
8) Never for any amount of money117177.1
TOTAL1519100.0
163) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Say something bad about your nation (which you don't believe to be true) while calling in, anonymously, to a talk-radio show in a foreign nation [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)312
2) $109.6
3) $100281.8
4) $1,000966.3
5) $10,000895.9
6) $100,000986.4
7) $1 million dollars or more1328.7
8) Never for any amount of money101867
TOTAL1520100.0
164) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Break off all communication with your immediate and extended family for 1 year [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)412.7
2) $104.3
3) $1008.5
4) $1,000161.1
5) $10,000312
6) $100,000684.5
7) $1 million dollars or more19212.6
8) Never for any amount of money114075
TOTAL1519100.0
165) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Burn your country's flag, in private (nobody else sees you) [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)573.8
2) $10151
3) $100382.5
4) $1,000744.9
5) $10,000553.6
6) $100,000734.8
7) $1 million dollars or more1197.8
8) Never for any amount of money106470
TOTAL1519100.0
166) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Curse your parents, to their face (You can apologize and explain one year later) [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)432.8
2) $108.5
3) $10010.7
4) $1,000372.4
5) $10,000483.2
6) $100,000704.6
7) $1 million dollars or more956.3
8) Never for any amount of money118678.1
TOTAL1519100.0
167) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Make a disrespectful hand gesture to your boss, teacher, or professor [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)17111.3
2) $10281.8
3) $100603.9
4) $1,0001107.2
5) $10,000976.4
6) $100,0001016.6
7) $1 million dollars or more17211.3
8) Never for any amount of money75649.8
TOTAL1519100.0
168) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Throw a rotten tomato at a political leader you dislike (remember, you will not get caught) [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)20113.2
2) $10271.8
3) $100674.4
4) $1,000835.5
5) $10,0001238.1
6) $100,000885.8
7) $1 million dollars or more1499.8
8) Never for any amount of money76150.1
TOTAL1520100.0
169) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Sign a piece of paper that says 'I hereby sell my soul, after my death, to whoever has this piece of paper' [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)412.7
2) $1014.9
3) $100251.6
4) $1,000392.6
5) $10,000302
6) $100,000513.4
7) $1 million dollars or more936.1
8) Never for any amount of money119878.9
TOTAL1518100.0
170) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Get a blood transfusion of one pint of disease-free, compatible blood from a convicted child molester [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)36824.2
2) $109.6
3) $100181.2
4) $1,000503.3
5) $10,000845.5
6) $100,000634.1
7) $1 million dollars or more1197.8
8) Never for any amount of money78651.7
TOTAL1519100.0
171) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Attend a performance art piece in which all participants (including you) have to act like animals for 30 minutes, including crawling around naked and urinating on stage [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)241.6
2) $109.6
3) $100241.6
4) $1,000614
5) $10,000875.7
6) $100,000905.9
7) $1 million dollars or more20213.3
8) Never for any amount of money100366.1
TOTAL1518100.0
172) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Sit in a bathtub full of ice water for 10 minutes [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)372.4
2) $10181.2
3) $100855.6
4) $1,00022214.6
5) $10,00019713
6) $100,00017611.6
7) $1 million dollars or more30019.7
8) Never for any amount of money46030.3
TOTAL1519100.0
173) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Wear a sign on your back for one month that says, in large letters, 'I am an idiot' [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)281.8
2) $104.3
3) $100322.1
4) $1,0001218
5) $10,00017711.7
6) $100,00018812.4
7) $1 million dollars or more31320.6
8) Never for any amount of money63341.7
TOTAL1519100.0
174) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Experience a severe headache for two weeks [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)201.3
2) $1010.7
3) $1009.6
4) $1,000614
5) $10,0001449.5
6) $100,00018312.1
7) $1 million dollars or more26217.3
8) Never for any amount of money80252.8
TOTAL1518100.0
175) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Kick a dog in the head, hard [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS16)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)151
2) $103.2
3) $100151
4) $1,000322.1
5) $10,000281.8
6) $100,000221.4
7) $1 million dollars or more624.1
8) Never for any amount of money131686.6
TOTAL1520100.0
176) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Make cruel remarks to an overweight person about his or her appearance [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS17)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)382.5
2) $1013.9
3) $100513.4
4) $1,000634.2
5) $10,000724.7
6) $100,000503.3
7) $1 million dollars or more996.5
8) Never for any amount of money110772.9
TOTAL1518100.0
177) Try to imagine actually doing the following things, and indicate how much money someone would have to pay you, (anonymously and secretly) to be willing to do each thing. For each action, assume that nothing bad would happen to you afterwards. Also assume that you cannot use the money to make up for your action. Stick a pin into the palm of a child you do not know [Moral Foundations Sacredness Scale-Short Version] (MFSS18)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused302
1) $0 (I'd do it for free)4.3
2) $108.5
3) $10010.7
4) $1,000241.6
5) $10,000332.2
6) $100,000302
7) $1 million dollars or more392.6
8) Never for any amount of money134188.3
TOTAL1519100.0
178) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. It would make me feel good to be a person who has these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Completely disagree191.3
2) Mostly disagree10.7
3) Slightly disagree14.9
4) Neutral19913.1
5) Slightly agree15310.1
6) Mostly agree44529.3
7) Completely agree65843.3
TOTAL1518100.0
179) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. Being someone who has these characteristics is an important part of who I am. [Moral Identity] (MI2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Completely disagree14.9
2) Mostly disagree221.4
3) Slightly disagree362.4
4) Neutral24816.3
5) Slightly agree26417.4
6) Mostly agree44429.2
7) Completely agree47131
TOTAL1520100.0
180) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. I often wear clothes that identify me as having these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused281.8
1) Completely disagree17611.6
2) Mostly disagree1409.2
3) Slightly disagree1238.1
4) Neutral66643.8
5) Slightly agree1399.2
6) Mostly agree16210.7
7) Completely agree855.6
TOTAL1519100.0
181) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. I would be ashamed to be a person who had these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Completely disagree103868.3
2) Mostly disagree15610.3
3) Slightly disagree664.3
4) Neutral16610.9
5) Slightly agree161.1
6) Mostly agree14.9
7) Completely agree402.6
TOTAL1519100.0
182) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. The types of things I do in my spare time (e.g. hobbies) clearly identify me as having these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Completely disagree422.8
2) Mostly disagree674.4
3) Slightly disagree1016.6
4) Neutral44129
5) Slightly agree32221.2
6) Mostly agree33321.9
7) Completely agree19312.7
TOTAL1519100.0
183) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. The kinds of books and magazines that I read identify me as having these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Completely disagree1016.7
2) Mostly disagree1288.4
3) Slightly disagree1258.2
4) Neutral62241
5) Slightly agree18312.1
6) Mostly agree21414.1
7) Completely agree1288.4
TOTAL1518100.0
184) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. Having these characteristics is not really important to me. [Moral Identity] (MI7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Completely disagree61540.5
2) Mostly disagree33922.3
3) Slightly disagree18011.8
4) Neutral21214
5) Slightly agree533.5
6) Mostly agree513.4
7) Completely agree473.1
TOTAL1519100.0
185) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. The fact that I have these characteristics is communicated to others by my membership in certain organizations. [Moral Identity] (MI8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Completely disagree16410.8
2) Mostly disagree1298.5
3) Slightly disagree1167.6
4) Neutral50333.1
5) Slightly agree25917.1
6) Mostly agree20513.5
7) Completely agree1278.4
TOTAL1519100.0
186) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. I am very involved in activities that communicate to others that I have these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Completely disagree704.6
2) Mostly disagree845.5
3) Slightly disagree1117.3
4) Neutral47931.5
5) Slightly agree27918.4
6) Mostly agree31120.5
7) Completely agree16610.9
TOTAL1519100.0
187) Listed alphabetically below are some characteristics that might describe a person: CARING, COMPASSIONATE, FAIR, FRIENDLY, GENEROUS, HELPFUL, HARDWORKING, HONEST, KIND. The person with these characteristics could be you or it could be someone else. For a moment, visualize in your mind the kind of person who has these characteristics. Imagine how that person would think, feel, and act. When you have a clear image of what this person would be like, answer the following questions. I strongly desire to have these characteristics. [Moral Identity] (MI10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Completely disagree14.9
2) Mostly disagree201.3
3) Slightly disagree211.4
4) Neutral27518.1
5) Slightly agree22714.9
6) Mostly agree39325.9
7) Completely agree55036.2
TOTAL1520100.0
188) The following are descriptions of four general relationship styles that people often report. Please select the item that best describes you, or is closest to the way you are. [Close Relationship Questionnaire] (CRQ1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused372.4
1) It is easy to become emotionally close to others. I am comfortable depending on others and having others depend on me. I don't worry about being alone or having others not accept me.62441.1
2) I am uncomfortable getting close to others. I want emotionally close relationships, but I find it difficult to trust others completely, or to depend on them. I worry that I will be hurt if I allow myself to become too close to others.25516.8
3) I want to be completely emotionally intimate with others, but I find that others are reluctant to get close as I would like. I am uncomfortable being without close relationships, but I sometimes worry that others don't value me as much as I value them.15610.3
4) I am comfortable without close emotional relationships. It is very important to me to feel independent and self-sufficient, and I prefer not to depend on others or have others depend on me.44729.4
TOTAL1519100.0
189) Please rate each of the above relationship styles to the extent to which you think each description corresponds to your general relationship style. It is easy to become emotionally close to others. [Close Relationship Questionnaire] (CQR_A)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Not at all like me18011.9
2) 220613.6
3) 315310.1
4) Somewhat like me32021.1
5) 518312.1
6) 623915.7
7) Very much like me21914.4
TOTAL1518100.0
190) Please rate each of the above relationship styles to the extent to which you think each description corresponds to your general relationship style. I want emotionally close relationships but I find it difficult to trust others completely. [Close Relationship Questionnaire] (CQR_B)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Not at all like me36023.7
2) 223515.5
3) 319012.5
4) Somewhat like me34722.8
5) 516110.6
6) 61137.4
7) Very much like me926.1
TOTAL1519100.0
191) Please rate each of the above relationship styles to the extent to which you think each description corresponds to your general relationship style. I want to be completely emotionally intimate with others, but I often find that others are reluctant. [Close Relationship Questionnaire] (CQR_C)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Not at all like me44629.3
2) 230620.1
3) 319412.8
4) Somewhat like me31720.9
5) 51127.4
6) 6644.2
7) Very much like me614
TOTAL1520100.0
192) Please rate each of the above relationship styles to the extent to which you think each description corresponds to your general relationship style. I am comfortable without close relationships. [Close Relationship Questionnaire] (CQR_D)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Not at all like me17111.3
2) 218111.9
3) 319412.8
4) Somewhat like me38625.4
5) 522014.5
6) 617111.3
7) Very much like me17311.4
TOTAL1518100.0
193) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. It is foolish to tell the truth when big profits can be made by lying. [The Integrity Scale] (IS1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly disagree70246.2
2) Disagree49332.4
3) Neither disagree nor agree22514.8
4) Agree503.3
5) Strongly agree352.3
TOTAL1520100.0
194) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. Regardless of concerns about principles, in today's world you have to be practical, adapt to opportunities, and do what is most advantageous for you. [The Integrity Scale] (IS2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Strongly disagree20113.2
2) Disagree42427.9
3) Neither disagree nor agree52634.6
4) Agree30820.3
5) Strongly agree473.1
TOTAL1520100.0
195) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. The reason it is important to tell the truth is because of what others will do to you if you don't, not because of any issue of right and wrong. [The Integrity Scale] (IS3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Strongly disagree44429.2
2) Disagree51433.8
3) Neither disagree nor agree32921.7
4) Agree15210
5) Strongly agree644.2
TOTAL1519100.0
196) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. The true test of character is a willingness to stand by one's principles, no matter what price one has to pay. [The Integrity Scale] (IS4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Strongly disagree291.9
2) Disagree825.4
3) Neither disagree nor agree28618.8
4) Agree70846.6
5) Strongly agree39626.1
TOTAL1519100.0
197) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. There are no principles worth dying for. [The Integrity Scale] (IS5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly disagree38425.3
2) Disagree42127.7
3) Neither disagree nor agree40926.9
4) Agree18712.3
5) Strongly agree996.5
TOTAL1519100.0
198) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. If one believes something is right, one must stand by it, even if it means losing friends or missing out on profitable opportunities. [The Integrity Scale] (IS6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree271.8
2) Disagree795.2
3) Neither disagree nor agree35123.1
4) Agree70746.5
5) Strongly agree33822.3
TOTAL1519100.0
199) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. Lying is sometimes necessary to accomplish important, worthwhile goals. [The Integrity Scale] (IS7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree34322.6
2) Disagree44129
3) Neither disagree nor agree42427.9
4) Agree25116.5
5) Strongly agree432.8
TOTAL1519100.0
200) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. If done for the right reasons, even lying or cheating is OK. [The Integrity Scale] (IS8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree40426.6
2) Disagree45930.2
3) Neither disagree nor agree41327.2
4) Agree19312.7
5) Strongly agree332.2
TOTAL1519100.0
201) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. One's principles should not be compromised regardless of the possible gain. [The Integrity Scale] (IS9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Strongly disagree322.1
2) Disagree946.2
3) Neither disagree nor agree40126.4
4) Agree68345
5) Strongly agree29319.3
TOTAL1519100.0
202) Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. Some transgressions are wrong and cannot be legitimately justified or defended regardless of how much one tries. [The Integrity Scale] (IS10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Strongly disagree644.2
2) Disagree664.3
3) Neither disagree nor agree40726.8
4) Agree59339.1
5) Strongly agree37224.5
TOTAL1518100.0
203) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? Thinking up new ideas and being creative is important to me. I like to do things in my own original way. [Schwartz Values] (SV1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Very much like me23415.4
2) Like me37324.5
3) Sometimes like me43628.7
4) A little like me27017.8
5) Not like me15210
6) Not like me at all372.4
TOTAL1520100.0
204) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to be rich. I want to have a lot of money and expensive things. [Schwartz Values] (SV2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Very much like me483.2
2) Like me1117.3
3) Sometimes like me28318.6
4) A little like me27418
5) Not like me52634.6
6) Not like me at all26217.2
TOTAL1519100.0
205) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I think it is important that every person in the world be treated equally. I believe everyone should have equal opportunities in life. [Schwartz Values] (SV3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Very much like me48131.7
2) Like me46130.4
3) Sometimes like me32621.5
4) A little like me1399.2
5) Not like me483.2
6) Not like me at all483.2
TOTAL1518100.0
206) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It's very important to me to show my abilities. I want people to admire what I do. [Schwartz Values] (SV4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Very much like me1389.1
2) Like me27217.9
3) Sometimes like me42427.9
4) A little like me30319.9
5) Not like me27418
6) Not like me at all895.9
TOTAL1520100.0
207) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is more important to me to live in secure surroundings. I avoid anything that might endanger my safety. [Schwartz Values] (SV5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) Very much like me29219.2
2) Like me47831.5
3) Sometimes like me37224.5
4) A little like me22014.5
5) Not like me1137.4
6) Not like me at all261.7
TOTAL1519100.0
208) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I think it is important to do lots of different things in life. I always look for new things to try. [Schwartz Values] (SV6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Very much like me18412.1
2) Like me34622.8
3) Sometimes like me46230.4
4) A little like me27918.4
5) Not like me18912.4
6) Not like me at all392.6
TOTAL1520100.0
209) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I believe that people should do what they're told. I think people should follow rules at all times, even when no one is watching. [Schwartz Values] (SV7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Very much like me20213.3
2) Like me34822.9
3) Sometimes like me41527.3
4) A little like me26117.2
5) Not like me19813
6) Not like me at all754.9
TOTAL1519100.0
210) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to listen to people who are different from me. Even when I disagree with them, I still want to understand them. [Schwartz Values] (SV8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Very much like me25616.8
2) Like me52134.3
3) Sometimes like me41527.3
4) A little like me20913.8
5) Not like me724.7
6) Not like me at all322.1
TOTAL1520100.0
211) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It's important to me to be humble and modest and not to draw attention to myself. [Schwartz Values] (SV9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Very much like me28418.7
2) Like me45429.9
3) Sometimes like me40926.9
4) A little like me21914.4
5) Not like me946.2
6) Not like me at all372.4
TOTAL1518100.0
212) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? Having a good time is important to me. I like to 'spoil' myself. [Schwartz Values] (SV10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Very much like me1167.6
2) Like me19412.8
3) Sometimes like me36724.2
4) A little like me39526
5) Not like me32821.6
6) Not like me at all1077
TOTAL1519100.0
213) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to make my own decisions about what I do. I like to be free and not depend on others. [Schwartz Values] (SV11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Very much like me41227.1
2) Like me53135
3) Sometimes like me34622.8
4) A little like me1338.8
5) Not like me513.4
6) Not like me at all251.6
TOTAL1518100.0
214) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It's very important to me to help the people around me. I want to care for their well-being. [Schwartz Values] (SV12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
1) Very much like me35023
2) Like me50533.2
3) Sometimes like me38625.4
4) A little like me17911.8
5) Not like me493.2
6) Not like me at all261.7
TOTAL1520100.0
215) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? Being very successful is important to me. I hope people will recognize my achievements. [Schwartz Values] (SV13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Very much like me15610.3
2) Like me26217.3
3) Sometimes like me39626.1
4) A little like me29719.6
5) Not like me28418.7
6) Not like me at all1067
TOTAL1518100.0
216) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is very important to me that the government ensures my safety against all threats. I want the state to be strong so it can defend its citizens. [Schwartz Values] (SV14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Very much like me29719.6
2) Like me40526.7
3) Sometimes like me43428.6
4) A little like me18712.3
5) Not like me1218
6) Not like me at all563.7
TOTAL1519100.0
217) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I look for adventure and like to take risks. I want to have an exciting life. [Schwartz Values] (SV15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Very much like me825.4
2) Like me18812.4
3) Sometimes like me33021.7
4) A little like me33522.1
5) Not like me40926.9
6) Not like me at all16110.6
TOTAL1518100.0
218) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to always behave properly. I avoid doing anything people would say is wrong. [Schwartz Values] (SV16)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Very much like me23815.7
2) Like me44029
3) Sometimes like me41627.4
4) A little like me21914.4
5) Not like me1348.8
6) Not like me at all553.6
TOTAL1518100.0
219) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to get respect from others. I want people to do what I say. [Schwartz Values] (SV17)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Very much like me1167.6
2) Like me23615.5
3) Sometimes like me41827.5
4) A little like me31720.9
5) Not like me30119.8
6) Not like me at all1187.8
TOTAL1519100.0
220) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? It is important to me to be loyal to my friends. I want to devote myself to people close to me. [Schwartz Values] (SV18)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Very much like me39225.8
2) Like me61040.1
3) Sometimes like me30119.8
4) A little like me1177.7
5) Not like me533.5
6) Not like me at all241.6
TOTAL1520100.0
221) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I strongly believe that people should care for nature. Looking after the environment is important to me. [Schwartz Values] (SV19)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Very much like me29019.1
2) Like me43728.8
3) Sometimes like me41327.2
4) A little like me24015.8
5) Not like me875.7
6) Not like me at all392.6
TOTAL1518100.0
222) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? Tradition is important to me. I try to follow the customs handed down by my religion and family. [Schwartz Values] (SV20)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Very much like me21013.8
2) Like me40126.4
3) Sometimes like me38025
4) A little like me25216.6
5) Not like me17111.3
6) Not like me at all835.5
TOTAL1519100.0
223) How much does each of the following statements sound like you? I seek every chance I can to have fun. It is important to me to do things that give me pleasure. [Schwartz Values] (SV21)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Very much like me18312
2) Like me33822.2
3) Sometimes like me41527.3
4) A little like me30720.2
5) Not like me20413.4
6) Not like me at all523.4
TOTAL1520100.0
224) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Controlled, Tough, Unyielding, Competitive. Being someone who has these characteristics is an important part of who I am. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Strongly disagree26317.3
2) Disagree42928.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree47931.5
4) Agree26917.7
5) Strongly agree634.1
TOTAL1519100.0
225) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Controlled, Tough, Unyielding, Competitive. Other people I know think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Strongly disagree19112.6
2) Disagree38925.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree49432.5
4) Agree38425.3
5) Strongly agree493.2
TOTAL1520100.0
226) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Controlled, Tough, Unyielding, Competitive. My friends think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Strongly disagree21013.8
2) Disagree42327.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree49532.6
4) Agree33522.1
5) Strongly agree422.8
TOTAL1519100.0
227) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Controlled, Tough, Unyielding, Competitive. I strongly desire to have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree24416.1
2) Disagree38625.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree55536.5
4) Agree25316.6
5) Strongly agree654.3
TOTAL1520100.0
228) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Controlled, Tough, Unyielding, Competitive. My family thinks I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Strongly disagree21013.8
2) Disagree42828.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree45730.1
4) Agree34422.6
5) Strongly agree603.9
TOTAL1519100.0
229) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Caring, Compassionate, Merciful, Cooperative. Being someone who has these characteristics is an important part of who I am. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree12.8
2) Disagree503.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree29419.4
4) Agree74348.9
5) Strongly agree40326.5
TOTAL1519100.0
230) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Caring, Compassionate, Merciful, Cooperative. Other people I know think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly disagree11.7
2) Disagree513.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree38925.6
4) Agree78951.9
5) Strongly agree26417.4
TOTAL1519100.0
231) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Caring, Compassionate, Merciful, Cooperative. My friends think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Strongly disagree9.6
2) Disagree503.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree35423.3
4) Agree80753.1
5) Strongly agree28518.8
TOTAL1519100.0
232) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Caring, Compassionate, Merciful, Cooperative. I strongly desire to have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly disagree14.9
2) Disagree422.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree32821.6
4) Agree66944
5) Strongly agree45129.7
TOTAL1519100.0
233) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Caring, Compassionate, Merciful, Cooperative. My family thinks I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) Strongly disagree161.1
2) Disagree503.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree31120.5
4) Agree80452.9
5) Strongly agree31520.7
TOTAL1520100.0
234) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Reflective, Thoughtful, Inventive, Reasonable. Being someone who has these characteristics is an important part of who I am. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Strongly disagree10.7
2) Disagree563.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree40326.5
4) Agree74048.7
5) Strongly agree29719.6
TOTAL1519100.0
235) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Reflective, Thoughtful, Inventive, Reasonable. Other people I know think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly disagree13.9
2) Disagree624.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree46530.6
4) Agree77751.2
5) Strongly agree18512.2
TOTAL1519100.0
236) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Reflective, Thoughtful, Inventive, Reasonable. My friends think I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
1) Strongly disagree7.5
2) Disagree775.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree41327.2
4) Agree81753.8
5) Strongly agree19612.9
TOTAL1520100.0
237) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Reflective, Thoughtful, Inventive, Reasonable. I strongly desire to have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Strongly disagree161.1
2) Disagree342.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree33822.3
4) Agree75849.9
5) Strongly agree35923.6
TOTAL1519100.0
238) Please mark the response that corresponds to your opinion. In terms of these characteristics: Reflective, Thoughtful, Inventive, Reasonable. My family thinks I have these characteristics. [Triune Ethics Theory (TET) Identities] (TET15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Strongly disagree11.7
2) Disagree785.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree40126.4
4) Agree78951.9
5) Strongly agree22815
TOTAL1519100.0
239) Rotate respondents to see one of the two versions; record version seen in DOV_VERS [Moral Dilemma-Trolley] (DOV_VERS)
TOTAL%
1) Version 177050.7
2) Version 275049.3
TOTAL1520100.0
240) In this task you will be presented a moral dilemma. When the dilemma appears on the screen read through it silently and carefully. After you have finished reading it, your job is to judge whether the course of action in the dilemma is appropriate or inappropriate. There are no 'right' or 'wrong' answers to this problem. You will not, in any case, be asked to justify your response. Do not worry about whether the action is legal or illegal. Simply respond in whatever manner you believe to be morally correct. Version 1: A runaway trolley is heading down the tracks toward five workmen who will be killed if the trolley proceeds on its present course. You are standing next to the track on which the trolley is traveling, but you are too far away from the workmen to warn them of the impending danger. Next to you there is a very large stranger who is minding his own business. It occurs to you that if you pushed this person onto the tracks in front of the trolley, it would stop the trolley and save the five workmen from certain death. However, this would most certainly kill the stranger. Is it appropriate for you to push this stranger onto the tracks to save the five workmen? Version 2: A runaway trolley is heading down the tracks toward five workmen who will be killed if the trolley proceeds on its present course. You are standing next to the track on which the trolley is traveling, but you are too far away from the workmen to warn them of the impending danger. Next to you there is a control switch for the tracks that can reroute the trolley. You could divert the trolley onto another track and spare the five workmen from certain death. However, there is another workman on the new track that will certainly die if you divert the trolley. Is it appropriate for you to divert the trolley and kill the one workman in order to save the five workmen? [Moral Dilemma-Trolley] (BLOCK15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused352.3
1) Is appropriate53135
2) Is inappropriate95262.7
TOTAL1518100.0
241) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should take responsibility for myself. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
1) Not at all important5.3
2) Slightly important13.9
3) Moderately important1207.9
4) Very important55236.4
5) Completely important80352.9
TOTAL1518100.0
242) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should take care of my family. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused281.8
1) Not at all important14.9
2) Slightly important271.8
3) Moderately important1238.1
4) Very important44629.3
5) Completely important88258
TOTAL1520100.0
243) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should aim for spiritual salvation. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Not at all important26617.5
2) Slightly important18512.2
3) Moderately important29819.6
4) Very important35423.3
5) Completely important39726.1
TOTAL1520100.0
244) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should be fair to other individuals. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused291.9
1) Not at all important12.8
2) Slightly important201.3
3) Moderately important24516.1
4) Very important62741.3
5) Completely important58638.6
TOTAL1519100.0
245) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should aim to live a holy life. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused231.5
1) Not at all important25216.6
2) Slightly important19612.9
3) Moderately important33221.9
4) Very important33822.3
5) Completely important37824.9
TOTAL1519100.0
246) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should respect other individuals' rights. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Not at all important8.5
2) Slightly important302
3) Moderately important19913.1
4) Very important68445
5) Completely important57137.6
TOTAL1519100.0
247) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should follow God's law. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.3
1) Not at all important22614.9
2) Slightly important1479.7
3) Moderately important29519.4
4) Very important32521.4
5) Completely important50633.3
TOTAL1519100.0
248) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should be cooperative. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused332.2
1) Not at all important312
2) Slightly important946.2
3) Moderately important44329.2
4) Very important62040.8
5) Completely important29819.6
TOTAL1519100.0
249) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should strive for social harmony. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused291.9
1) Not at all important634.1
2) Slightly important18712.3
3) Moderately important49432.5
4) Very important51934.1
5) Completely important22815
TOTAL1520100.0
250) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should try to achieve my personal goals. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Not at all important171.1
2) Slightly important654.3
3) Moderately important32621.5
4) Very important65643.2
5) Completely important42828.2
TOTAL1519100.0
251) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should know my place or role in a group. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused281.8
1) Not at all important17211.3
2) Slightly important21514.2
3) Moderately important52134.3
4) Very important41327.2
5) Completely important16911.1
TOTAL1518100.0
252) What moral values do you think are important to how you should live at this time in your life? I should strive for spiritual purity. [Ethical Values Assessment] (EVA12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused291.9
1) Not at all important24716.3
2) Slightly important20913.8
3) Moderately important36524
4) Very important33522.1
5) Completely important33321.9
TOTAL1518100.0
253) Rotate respondents to see one of the two versions. Recoded in DOV_GAME [Dictator Game] (DOV_GAME)
TOTAL%
1) Showed Version 176050
2) Showed Version 275950
TOTAL1519100.0
254) Version 1: Now we are going to give you the chance to win $10. Here's how it works: You have an even numbered participant ID. Participants in even numbered sessions are assigned to be DECIDERS. As a DECIDER, you are automatically given 10 raffle tickets for the prize. Each ticket is equal to one entry into the raffle. The 10 tickets are yours to keep. However, the participant after you (with the odd numbered participant ID) will be a RECEIVER. This means that the next participant will not have any raffle tickets to start with, but will get any tickets that you decide to transfer to him or her. Thus, it is up to you to determine how to divide up the number of raffle tickets you and the next participant will receive. Version 2: Now we are going to give you the chance to win $500. Here's how it works: You have an even numbered participant ID. Participants in even numbered sessions are assigned to be DECIDERS. As a DECIDER, you are automatically given 10 raffle tickets for the prize. Each ticket is equal to one entry into the raffle. The 10 tickets are yours to keep. However, the participant after you (with the odd numbered participant ID) will be a RECEIVER. This means that the next participant will not have any raffle tickets to start with, but will get any tickets that you decide to transfer to him or her. Thus, it is up to you to determine how to divide up the number of raffle tickets you and the next participant will receive. Both versions: How many of your 10 raffle tickets would you like to transfer to the next participant? [Dictator Game] (BLOCK17)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused201.4
1) 120114
2) 2906.3
3) 3815.7
4) 4996.9
5) 51087.5
6) 676653.5
7) 712.8
8) 8161.1
9) 910.7
10) 10302.1
Missing92 
TOTAL1433100.0
255) Age (PPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151946.7317.06
256) Age 7 Categories (PPAGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-241469.6
2) 25-3431320.6
3) 35-4425316.7
4) 45-5426717.6
5) 55-6428518.8
6) 65-7417111.3
7) 75+845.5
TOTAL1519100.0
257) Age 4 Categories (PPAGECT4)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2932021.1
2) 30-4439225.8
3) 45-5942127.7
4) 60+38625.4
TOTAL1519100.0
258) Education (Highest degree received) (PPEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No formal education4.3
3) 5th or 6th grade5.3
4) 7th or 8th grade13.9
5) 9th grade181.2
6) 10th grade281.8
7) 11th grade563.7
8) 12th grade No Diploma694.5
9) High school graduate high school diploma or the equivalent (GED)45930.2
10) Some college, no degree28818.9
11) Associate degree1499.8
12) Bachelor's degree25917
13) Master's degree1197.8
14) Professional or Doctoral degree533.5
TOTAL1520100.0
259) Education (Categorical) (PPEDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school19412.8
2) High school45930.2
3) Some college43728.8
4) Bachelor's degree or higher43028.3
TOTAL1520100.0
260) Race/Ethnicity (PPETHM)
TOTAL%
1) White, Non-Hispanic101566.8
2) Black, Non-Hispanic17511.5
3) Other, Non-Hispanic875.7
4) Hispanic22214.6
5) 2+ Races, Non-Hispanic201.3
TOTAL1519100.0
261) Gender (PPGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male73248.2
2) Female78751.8
TOTAL1519100.0
262) Household Head (PPHHHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No28418.7
1) Yes123581.3
TOTAL1519100.0
263) Household Size (PPHHSIZE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15192.751.50
264) Housing Type (PPHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A one-family house detached from any other house98464.8
2) A one-family house attached to one or more houses15910.5
3) A building with 2 or more apartments28318.6
4) A mobile home895.9
5) Boat, RV, van, etc.4.3
TOTAL1519100.0
265) Household Income (PPINCIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000392.6
2) $5,000 to $7,499211.4
3) $7,500 to $9,999171.1
4) $10,000 to $12,499473.1
5) $12,500 to $14,999392.6
6) $15,000 to $19,999624.1
7) $20,000 to $24,999714.7
8) $25,000 to $29,999644.2
9) $30,000 to $34,999835.5
10) $35,000 to $39,999865.7
11) $40,000 to $49,9991187.8
12) $50,000 to $59,99915210
13) $60,000 to $74,9991379
14) $75,000 to $84,9991127.4
15) $85,000 to $99,9991147.5
16) $100,000 to $124,99916310.7
17) $125,000 to $149,999885.8
18) $150,000 to $174,999473.1
19) $175,000 or more603.9
TOTAL1520100.0
266) Marital Status (PPMARIT)
TOTAL%
1) Married84155.4
2) Widowed573.8
3) Divorced16010.5
4) Separated201.3
5) Never married30420
6) Living with partner1379
TOTAL1519100.0
267) MSA Status (PPMSACAT)
TOTAL%
0) Non-metro24215.9
1) Metro127784.1
TOTAL1519100.0
268) Region 4 Based on State of Residence (PPREG4)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast27818.3
2) Midwest32721.5
3) South56337.1
4) West35123.1
TOTAL1519100.0
269) Region 9 Based on State of Residence (PPREG9)
TOTAL%
1) New England765
2) Mid-Atlantic20113.2
3) East-North Central21214
4) West-North Central1157.6
5) South Atlantic32221.2
6) East-South Central704.6
7) West-South Central17111.3
8) Mountain1177.7
9) Pacific23315.4
TOTAL1517100.0
270) Ownership Status of Living Quarters (PPRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household108771.6
2) Rented for cash39425.9
3) Occupied without payment of cash rent382.5
TOTAL1519100.0
271) State (PPSTATEN)
TOTAL%
11) ME9.6
12) NH5.3
13) VT4.3
14) MA402.6
15) RI00
16) CT181.2
21) NY936.1
22) NJ402.6
23) PA694.5
31) OH563.7
32) IN281.8
33) IL533.5
34) MI422.8
35) WI322.1
41) MN231.5
42) IA161.1
43) MO412.7
44) ND3.2
45) SD8.5
46) NE9.6
47) KS151
51) DE3.2
52) MD271.8
53) DC2.1
54) VA432.8
55) WV10.7
56) NC473.1
57) SC251.6
58) GA513.4
59) FL1137.4
61) KY261.7
62) TN231.5
63) AL181.2
64) MS4.3
71) AR151
72) LA181.2
73) OK251.6
74) TX1137.4
81) MT8.5
82) ID3.2
83) WY3.2
84) CO261.7
85) NM2.1
86) AZ382.5
87) UT4.3
88) NV342.2
91) WA513.4
92) OR181.2
93) CA15510.2
94) AK2.1
95) HI7.5
TOTAL1518100.0
272) Presence of Household Members Children 0-2 (PPT01)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15190.090.31
273) Presence of Household Members Children 13-17 (PPT1317)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15190.190.51
274) Presence of Household Members Adults 18+ (PPT18OV)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15192.100.91
275) Presence of Household Members Children 2-5 (PPT25)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15190.150.45
276) Presence of Household Members Children 6-12 (PPT612)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15190.210.56
277) Current Employee Status (PPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Working as a paid employee70646.5
2) Working self-employee1187.8
3) Not working on temporary layoff from job14.9
4) Not working looking for work1499.8
5) Not working - retired27117.8
6) Not working - disabled1157.6
7) Not working other1469.6
TOTAL1519100.0
278) HH Internet Access (PPNET)
TOTAL%
0) No38025
1) Yes113975
TOTAL1519100.0
279) Empty nest HH (COR_EMP)
TOTAL%
0) No112173.8
1) Yes39826.2
TOTAL1519100.0
280) Is R a parent or legal guardian? (CORE_PAR)
TOTAL%
0) No112273.9
1) Yes39726.1
TOTAL1519100.0
281) HH income profile and imputed 4 categories (PPINCCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,000775.1
2) $10,000-$49,99957037.5
3) $50,000-$74,99928919
4) $75,000+58338.4
TOTAL1519100.0
282) Ever a parent (EVER_PAR)
TOTAL%
0) No60239.6
1) Yes91760.4
TOTAL1519100.0
283) I often try new brands because I like variety. (PPADOPT2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused12.8
1) Strongly agree835.5
2) Somewhat agree36223.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree46130.4
4) Somewhat disagree34522.8
5) Strongly disagree25316.7
Missing7 
TOTAL1516100.0
284) Q1: Agree that I consider the illegal downloading of movies, music and other digital content to be as bad as shoplifting. (PPU0153)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.4
1) Strongly agree41427.3
2) Somewhat agree35323.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree35923.6
4) Somewhat disagree15810.4
5) Strongly disagree1197.8
6) Not applicable or not familiar936.1
TOTAL1518100.0
285) Q45: Agree that I am in control of my life. (PPFS0681)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused11.9
1) Strongly disagree403.2
2) Somewhat disagree1118.9
3) Somewhat agree52341.9
4) Strongly agree35828.7
Missing236 
TOTAL1248100.0
286) Q45: Agree that I have a positive self-image. (PPFS0682)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused11.9
1) Strongly disagree272.2
2) Somewhat disagree1229.8
3) Somewhat agree51040.9
4) Strongly agree37329.9
Missing236 
TOTAL1248100.0
287) Q45: Agree that I have no idea if I'm managing my money well; I just hope for the best. (PP0683)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused141.1
1) Strongly disagree35028
2) Somewhat disagree37930.3
3) Somewhat agree22918.3
4) Strongly agree725.8
Missing236 
TOTAL1249100.0
288) Q45: Agree that generally, I live from paycheck to paycheck. (PP0684)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused131
1) Strongly disagree30224.2
2) Somewhat disagree21517.2
3) Somewhat agree28723
4) Strongly agree22718.2
Missing236 
TOTAL1249100.0
289) Q45: Agree that I enjoy reading about finances and ways to better manage my money. (PP0685)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused10.8
1) Strongly disagree17614.1
2) Somewhat disagree29223.4
3) Somewhat agree41833.5
4) Strongly agree14711.8
Missing236 
TOTAL1248100.0
290) Q45: Agree that I am in control of my finances. (PP0686)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused8.6
1) Strongly disagree564.5
2) Somewhat disagree1098.7
3) Somewhat agree51941.6
4) Strongly agree35128.1
Missing236 
TOTAL1248100.0
291) Q45: Agree that I am usually the first of my friends to try new products and services. (PP0687)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked20516.4
-1) Refused121
1) Strongly disagree32826.3
2) Somewhat disagree41533.2
3) Somewhat agree23218.6
4) Strongly agree574.6
Missing236 
TOTAL1249100.0
292) Q42: Generally, how would you rate the U.S. economy these days? (PPFS0678)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked30019.7
-1) Refused10.7
1) Excellent8.5
2) Good916
3) Fair47731.4
4) Poor61840.7
5) Not sure151
TOTAL1519100.0
293) Q43: Generally, how would you rate your own personal finances these days? (PPFS0679)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked30019.8
-1) Refused12.8
1) Excellent775.1
2) Good34322.6
3) Fair52434.5
4) Poor25016.5
5) Not sure12.8
TOTAL1518100.0
294) Q44: Are your personal finances getting better these days, or worse? (PPFS0680)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked30019.7
-1) Refused9.6
1) Excellent25016.5
2) Good31720.9
3) Fair60339.7
4) Poor402.6
TOTAL1519100.0
295) Q1: In general, would you say your physical health is...? (PPH10001)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused4.3
1) Excellent18812.4
2) Very good51133.6
3) Good55936.8
4) Fair21214
5) Poor453
TOTAL1519100.0
296) Q4: Have you had a serious or chronic illness, injury, or disability that has required A LOT of medical attention? (PPH10002)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused6.4
1) Yes27017.8
2) No124281.8
TOTAL1518100.0
297) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I am under the care of a doctor. (PPH10055)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No523.7
1) Yes604.2
Missing96 
TOTAL1416100.0
298) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I take a prescription drug. (PPH10056)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No513.6
1) Yes614.3
Missing96 
TOTAL1416100.0
299) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I take over-the-counter medication. (PPH10057)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No1107.8
1) Yes2.1
Missing96 
TOTAL1416100.0
300) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I diet and exercise. (PPH10059)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No986.9
1) Yes151.1
Missing96 
TOTAL1417100.0
301) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I do something else. (PPH10060)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No997
1) Yes13.9
Missing96 
TOTAL1416100.0
302) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Anxiety disorder] I don't do anything. (PPH10061)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked130392
-1) Refused1.1
0) No986.9
1) Yes141
Missing96 
TOTAL1416100.0
303) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I am under the care of a doctor. (PPH10083)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No936.5
1) Yes1077.5
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
304) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I take a prescription drug. (PPH10084)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No624.4
1) Yes1389.7
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
305) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I take over-the-counter medication. (PPH10085)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No19613.8
1) Yes4.3
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
306) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I diet and exercise. (PPH10087)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No16811.8
1) Yes322.2
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
307) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I do something else. (PPH10088)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No18513
1) Yes151.1
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
308) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I don't do anything. (PPH10089)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked122385.9
0) No17712.4
1) Yes231.6
Missing89 
TOTAL1423100.0
309) Q35: During an average week, how often do you exercise? (PPH10219)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused14.9
1) Never20213.3
2) Less than once a week29119.2
3) 1-2 times a week37524.7
4) 3-5 times a week50233.1
5) 6 or more times a week1348.8
TOTAL1518100.0
310) Q36: Have you smoked at least 100 cigarettes in your ENTIRE LIFE? (PH10220)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused12.8
1) Yes68645.2
2) No82154
TOTAL1519100.0
311) Q37: Do you NOW smoke cigarettes every day, some days, or not at all? (PPH10221)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked77953.2
-1) Refused3.2
1) Every day21814.9
2) Some days584
3) Not at all40727.8
Missing51 
TOTAL1465100.0
312) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Mental health condition] I am under the care of a doctor. (PPH10252)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.4
0) No12.8
1) Yes392.8
Missing97 
TOTAL1416100.0
313) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Mental health condition] I take a prescription drug. (PPH10253)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.4
0) No201.4
1) Yes312.2
Missing97 
TOTAL1416100.0
314) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Depression] I take over-the-counter medication. (PPH10254)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.5
0) No503.5
1) Yes00
Missing97 
TOTAL1415100.0
315) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Mental health condition] I diet and exercise. (PPH10255)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.5
0) No473.3
1) Yes3.2
Missing97 
TOTAL1415100.0
316) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Mental health condition] I do something else. (PPH10256)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.4
0) No443.1
1) Yes7.5
Missing97 
TOTAL1416100.0
317) Q20: What steps are you taking to manage your medical condition? [Mental health condition] I don't do anything. (PPH10257)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked136596.4
0) No443.1
1) Yes7.5
Missing97 
TOTAL1416100.0
318) Q19: Have you been diagnosed with any of the following medial conditions? Anxiety disorder (PPH1ANXI)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused211.4
0) No138591.2
1) Yes1137.4
TOTAL1519100.0
319) Q19: Have you been diagnosed with any of the following medial conditions? Depression (PPH1DEPR)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused211.4
0) No129885.5
1) Yes20013.2
TOTAL1519100.0
320) Q19: Have you been diagnosed with any of the following medial conditions? Sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea or insomnia (PPH1INSO)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused211.4
0) No140092.2
1) Yes986.5
TOTAL1519100.0
321) Q19: Have you been diagnosed with any of the following medial conditions? Mental health condition (PPH1MENT)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked00
-1) Refused211.4
0) No144795.3
1) Yes513.4
TOTAL1519100.0
322) Q3: In what country were you born? (PPHI0016)
TOTAL%
1) Argentina1.4
3) Chile1.4
4) Colombia52.2
5) Costa Rica41.8
6) Cuba31.3
7) The Dominican Republic1.4
9) El Salvador1.4
10) Guatemala73.1
11) Honduras31.3
12) Mexico208.9
17) Puerto Rico188
18) Spain31.3
19) United States14966.5
21) Venezuela00
22) Other (SPECIFY)83.6
Missing1344 
TOTAL224100.0
323) Q5: In total, how many years have you lived in the United States? (PPHI0018)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked14364.1
-1) Refused00
3) 31.4
6) 641.8
7) 71.4
8) 800
9) 931.3
11) 1141.8
14) 142.9
15) 1562.7
18) 181.4
19) 192.9
20) 202.9
22) 2241.8
23) 231.4
24) 2441.8
25) 252.9
27) 271.4
28) 281.4
29) 291.4
30) 301.4
33) 332.9
35) 3500
36) 361.4
37) 3752.2
38) 382.9
41) 4141.8
42) 421.4
43) 432.9
44) 441.4
45) 451.4
46) 461.4
48) 481.4
50) 501.4
51) 5131.3
52) 5231.3
54) 541.4
55) 5531.3
56) 5600
59) 591.4
61) 6131.3
64) 6400
67) 672.9
86) 861.4
Missing1344 
TOTAL223100.0
324) Q12: Agree that anyone who domes to this country and intends to stay must learn to speak English (PPHI0041)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree8839.3
2) Agree5926.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree6428.6
4) Disagree83.6
5) Strongly disagree52.2
Missing1344 
TOTAL224100.0
325) Q14: How willing to work long hours at the expense of your personal life (PPHI0046)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused52.2
1) Very willing3716.5
2) Somewhat willing7935.3
3) Not too willing6428.6
4) Not willing at all3917.4
Missing1344 
TOTAL224100.0
326) Q14: How willing to get along with people of different races and cultures (PPHI0047)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused94
1) Very willing16171.9
2) Somewhat willing4017.9
3) Not too willing62.7
4) Not willing at all83.6
Missing1344 
TOTAL224100.0
327) Q14: How willing to do what is best for yourself rather than what is best for others (PPHI0048)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused52.2
1) Very willing3214.3
2) Somewhat willing10346
3) Not too willing5725.4
4) Not willing at all2712.1
Missing1344 
TOTAL224100.0
328) Q1: Agree that no matter how hard I work, I can't seem to get ahead (PPL10003)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
1) Strongly agree22514.8
2) Somewhat agree32221.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree32321.3
4) Somewhat disagree22614.9
5) Strongly disagree19312.7
6) Not applicable21614.2
TOTAL1519100.0
329) Q1: Agree that I feel good about where my career is headed (PPL10004)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) Strongly agree1519.9
2) Somewhat agree34022.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree37724.8
4) Somewhat disagree16410.8
5) Strongly disagree15310.1
6) Not applicable32121.1
TOTAL1519100.0
330) Q1: Agree that it's getting harder to provide my family with the basic necessities (PPL10005)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly agree22715
2) Somewhat agree39025.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree31220.6
4) Somewhat disagree20213.3
5) Strongly disagree21214
6) Not applicable15810.4
TOTAL1518100.0
331) Q1: Agree that most of my friends are from the same racial or ethnic group as me (PPL10007)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Strongly agree29519.4
2) Somewhat agree53335.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree27918.4
4) Somewhat disagree19612.9
5) Strongly disagree16210.7
6) Not applicable322.1
TOTAL1518100.0
332) Q1: Agree that life is so busy that I find I have less time to spend with family and friends (PPL10008)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
1) Strongly agree1127.4
2) Somewhat agree40626.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree33822.3
4) Somewhat disagree33622.1
5) Strongly disagree24716.3
6) Not applicable624.1
TOTAL1518100.0
333) Q1: Agree that it is hard for me to find the time to be involved in local/community matters (PPL10009)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Strongly agree1409.2
2) Somewhat agree42227.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree47731.4
4) Somewhat disagree25817
5) Strongly disagree1238.1
6) Not applicable815.3
TOTAL1520100.0
334) Q1: Agree that it is becoming increasingly difficult to find the time to relax and unwind (PPL10012)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Strongly agree1429.3
2) Somewhat agree40126.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree36123.8
4) Somewhat disagree32721.5
5) Strongly disagree21714.3
6) Not applicable513.4
TOTAL1520100.0
335) Q1: Agree that I feel stressed most of the time (PPL10013)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Strongly agree15910.5
2) Somewhat agree36524
3) Neither agree nor disagree35523.4
4) Somewhat disagree34422.7
5) Strongly disagree25116.5
6) Not applicable231.5
TOTAL1518100.0
336) Q1: Agree that I live a healthy lifestyle (PPL10014)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused271.8
1) Strongly agree20213.3
2) Somewhat agree63942.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree36824.2
4) Somewhat disagree21614.2
5) Strongly disagree563.7
6) Not applicable11.7
TOTAL1519100.0
337) Q1: Agree that I love to shop (PPL10017)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) Strongly agree19412.8
2) Somewhat agree31620.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree37224.5
4) Somewhat disagree27117.9
5) Strongly disagree31720.9
6) Not applicable241.6
TOTAL1518100.0
338) Q1: Agree that I just don't have enough money to live the life I would like to live (PPL10018)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151
1) Strongly agree45029.6
2) Somewhat agree45129.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree29519.4
4) Somewhat disagree15910.5
5) Strongly disagree1308.6
6) Not applicable181.2
TOTAL1518100.0
339) Q2: In a typical week, about how many hours do you work? (PPL10019)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused412.7
0) 039426
1) 13.2
2) 23.2
3) 33.2
4) 48.5
5) 58.5
6) 65.3
7) 72.1
8) 8191.3
9) 91.1
10) 10332.2
12) 12161.1
13) 133.2
14) 141.1
15) 15201.3
16) 164.3
17) 171.1
20) 20583.8
21) 217.5
22) 2200
24) 246.4
25) 25312
26) 261.1
27) 271.1
28) 284.3
30) 30503.3
31) 314.3
32) 325.3
33) 331.1
34) 341.1
35) 35342.2
36) 3612.8
37) 378.5
38) 38191.3
39) 393.2
40) 4032521.4
41) 414.3
42) 42161.1
43) 435.3
44) 444.3
45) 45754.9
46) 462.1
47) 474.3
48) 48191.3
49) 492.1
50) 501157.6
52) 522.1
54) 545.3
55) 55291.9
56) 564.3
57) 571.1
60) 60483.2
62) 621.1
64) 644.3
65) 654.3
68) 6800
70) 70181.2
76) 761.1
80) 808.5
85) 851.1
90) 902.1
100) 1003.2
120) 1201.1
140) 1402.1
160) 1602.1
TOTAL1517100.0
340) Q3: In a typical week, about what proportion of your time do you spend communicating with your friends and family? (PPL10021)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) 0%13.9
2) 1-24%77751.1
3) 25-49%38725.4
4) 50-74%21614.2
5) 75-100%1127.4
TOTAL1521100.0
341) Q12: How often did you participate in this activity during the past year? Shopping (PPL10055)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused322.1
1) Regularly45329.8
2) Occasionally92761
3) Never1077
TOTAL1519100.0
342) Q11: In general, do you think of yourself as... (PPPA0012)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused241.6
1) Extremely liberal483.2
2) Liberal20013.2
3) Slightly liberal17911.8
4) Moderate, middle of the road53535.2
5) Slightly conservative18212
6) Conservative29519.4
7) Extremely conservative573.8
TOTAL1520100.0
343) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? Service club or fraternal organization (PPPA0073)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No143394.3
1) Yes734.8
TOTAL1520100.0
344) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? Veterans' group (PPPA0074)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No146096.1
1) Yes453
TOTAL1519100.0
345) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? Religious group (PPPA0075)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No128384.5
1) Yes22214.6
TOTAL1519100.0
346) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? Senior citizens' center or group (PPPA0076)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No145595.8
1) Yes503.3
TOTAL1519100.0
347) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? Women's group (PPPA0077)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No140992.7
1) Yes976.4
TOTAL1520100.0
348) Q28: Do you actively participate in any of the following types of organizations or groups? None of these (PPPA0078)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused14.9
0) No35423.3
1) Yes115275.8
TOTAL1520100.0
349) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? Issue-oriented political organization (PPPA0079)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No146096.1
1) Yes432.8
TOTAL1519100.0
350) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? Non-partisan civic organization (PPPA0080)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No146696.5
1) Yes372.4
TOTAL1519100.0
351) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? School club or association (PPPA0081)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No139291.6
1) Yes1117.3
TOTAL1519100.0
352) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? Hobby, sports team, or youth group (PPPA0082)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No124682
1) Yes25716.9
TOTAL1519100.0
353) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? Neighborhood association or community group (PPPA0083)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No134388.4
1) Yes16010.5
TOTAL1519100.0
354) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? Group representing racial/ethnic interests (PPPA0084)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No148097.4
1) Yes231.5
TOTAL1519100.0
355) Q29: How about any of these types or organizations or groups? None of these (PPPA0085)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
0) No45630
1) Yes104868.9
TOTAL1520100.0
356) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Tea Party Movement (PPPA0206)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No145795.9
1) Yes523.4
TOTAL1519100.0
357) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Environmental Rights Movement (PPPA0207)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No147897.3
1) Yes312
TOTAL1519100.0
358) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Women's Rights Movement (PPPA0208)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No148797.9
1) Yes221.4
TOTAL1519100.0
359) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Racial Equality Movement (PPPA0209)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No148797.8
1) Yes231.5
TOTAL1520100.0
360) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Right to Life Movement (PPPA0210)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No147196.8
1) Yes382.5
TOTAL1519100.0
361) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? Peace/Anti-War Movement (PPPA0211)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No148497.7
1) Yes251.6
TOTAL1519100.0
362) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? LGBT Rights Movement (PPPA0212)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No147597.1
1) Yes342.2
TOTAL1519100.0
363) Q11D: Do you actively participate in any of the following political movements? None of these (PPPA0213)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.7
0) No1479.7
1) Yes136289.7
TOTAL1519100.0
364) Display screen timing (sec) (DISPLAYT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151942.46405.15
365) Block7_page screen timing (sec) (BLOCK7PT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519106.52421.51
366) DIT1 screen timing (sec) (DIT_TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519219.921642.72
367) DIT1_RANK screen timing (sec) (DIT_RNKT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519235.82702.84
368) Block4 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK4TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519109.73708.39
369) Block9 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK9TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519272.65698.37
370) Block14A screen timing (sec) (BLOCK14A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519100.031667.83
371) Block8 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK8TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519185.41892.58
372) Block8_MOPS1 screen timing (sec) (BL8MOPS1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151941.2147.41
373) Block8_MOPS2 screen timing (sec) (BL8MOPS2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151932.0230.89
374) Block8_MOPS3 screen timing (sec) (BL8MOPS3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151965.71423.24
375) Block11_CRQ1 screen timing (sec) (BL11CRQ1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151990.82398.25
376) Block11_CQR1 screen timing (sec) (BL11CQR2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519115.93583.04
377) Block6 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK6TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519176.91481.48
378) Block14B screen timing (sec) (BLK14BTM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151945.3393.98
379) Block5 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK5TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519314.852491.57
380) Block13 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK13T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519262.57551.98
381) Block10 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK10T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519249.331859.70
382) I9 screen timing (sec) (I9TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151912.4219.18
383) SantaClara screen timing (sec) (SCTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151923.5938.49
384) Block2 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK2TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151969.74506.05
385) I10 screen timing (sec) (I10TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15199.7212.42
386) Block1 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK1TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151940.99130.44
387) Block3 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK3TM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151970.98585.71
388) Block14C screen timing (sec) (BLK14CTM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519151.612158.19
389) Block16 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK16T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519117.41900.34
390) IntroB15 screen timing (sec) (INTROB15)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151948.48389.04
391) Block15 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK15T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519108.12960.52
392) Block12 screen timing (sec) (BLOCK12T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519153.32820.04
393) Q1 screen timing (sec) (Q1TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151924.3842.02
394) Q42 screen timing (sec) (Q42TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15198.374.61
395) Q43 screen timing (sec) (Q43TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15199.0613.75
396) Q44 screen timing (sec) (Q44TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15198.396.59
397) Q45 screen timing (sec) (Q45TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1519209.042543.43
398) Q1_health screen timing (sec) (Q1HLTHTM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15199.458.13
399) Q4 screen timing (sec) (Q4TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151914.5717.76
400) Q19 screen timing (sec) (Q19TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151912.089.37
401) Q35 screen timing (sec) (Q35TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151912.8312.40
402) Q36 screen timing (sec) (Q36TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15199.548.39
403) Q1_LIFE1 screen timing (sec) (Q1LIFE1T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151929.3435.50
404) Q1_LIFE2 screen timing (sec) (Q1LIFE2T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151936.8229.16
405) Q1_LIFE3 screen timing (sec) (Q1LIFE3T)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151923.0611.45
406) Q2 screen timing (sec) (Q2TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151915.9212.33
407) Q3_LIFE screen timing (sec) (Q3LIFETM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151912.648.03
408) Q12_LIFE screen timing (sec) (Q12LIFET)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151912.9611.22
409) FR1 screen timing (sec) (FR1TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151943.85201.83
410) Q20_Loop_2_time screen timing (sec) (Q20LOOP2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151915.224.73
411) Q37 screen timing (sec) (Q37TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151911.5913.85
412) Q20_Loop_1_time screen timing (sec) (Q20LOOP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151917.893.43
413) Q20_Loop_4_time screen timing (sec) (Q20LOOP4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151916.588.36
414) Q2: In your opinion, what is the most important issue facing the U.S. today? (PPPA0233)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused1.1
1) Taxes181.3
2) Education634.6
3) Terrorism151.1
4) Economy55741
6) Healthcare1329.7
7) Jobs25018.4
8) Foreign policy10.7
9) Race relations211.5
10) Environment131
11) Immigration413
12) Situation in Afghanistan10.7
13) Energy201.5
14) Other (please specify)634.6
15) Federal deficit14310.5
Missing196 
TOTAL1357100.0
415) Q12: Please rate your feelings towards Barack Obama. Is your overall impression of him... (PPPA0016)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused191.3
1) Favorable37224.5
2) Somewhat favorable28218.6
3) Neither favorable nor unfavorable21514.2
4) Somewhat unfavorable20113.2
5) Unfavorable42828.2
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
416) Q13: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? (PPPA0017)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused11.7
1) Strongly approve17611.6
2) Approve36924.3
3) Neither approve nor disapprove32221.2
4) Disapprove27518.1
5) Strongly disapprove36323.9
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
417) Q16: In general, how interested are you in politics and public affairs? (PPPA0035)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused4.3
1) Very interested34122.5
2) Somewhat interested44829.5
3) Slightly interested42227.8
4) Not at all interested30219.9
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
418) PIN1: How often does the subject of politics come up in each of the following? At work (PPPA0041)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused261.7
1) A lot1056.9
2) Some33722.2
3) Hardly ever29819.6
4) Never21414.1
5) Does not apply53735.4
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
419) PIN1: How often does the subject of politics come up in each of the following? At your church or place of worship (PPPA0042)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) A lot332.2
2) Some18212
3) Hardly ever31720.9
4) Never35523.4
5) Does not apply61440.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
420) PIN1: How often does the subject of politics come up in each of the following? In conversations with friends (PPPA0043)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) A lot20813.7
2) Some64642.6
3) Hardly ever42427.9
4) Never1469.6
5) Does not apply775.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
421) PIN1: How often does the subject of politics come up in each of the following? In conversations with family (PPPA0044)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused13.9
1) A lot30920.4
2) Some62741.4
3) Hardly ever36724.2
4) Never1157.6
5) Does not apply855.6
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
422) PIN1: How often does the subject of politics come up in each of the following? In conversations on an Internet board or blog (PPPA0045)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused181.2
1) A lot845.5
2) Some1459.6
3) Hardly ever21113.9
4) Never43528.7
5) Does not apply62441.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
423) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Radio (PPPA0046)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused221.5
1) Every day29219.2
2) Three times a week or more17811.7
3) Almost every week23615.6
4) One to three times a month19112.6
5) Less than once a month21914.4
6) Never37925
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
424) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Internet news sites (PPPA0047)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused211.4
1) Every day24015.8
2) Three times a week or more17911.8
3) Almost every week19212.7
4) One to three times a month15210
5) Less than once a month17311.4
6) Never55836.8
Missing5 
TOTAL1515100.0
425) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Print newspapers (PPPA0048)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused261.7
1) Every day26817.7
2) Three times a week or more15710.3
3) Almost every week22815
4) One to three times a month18412.1
5) Less than once a month26717.6
6) Never38825.6
Missing5 
TOTAL1518100.0
426) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Television (PPPA0049)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.1
1) Every day56737.4
2) Three times a week or more25116.5
3) Almost every week23915.8
4) One to three times a month16410.8
5) Less than once a month1117.3
6) Never16911.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
427) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Magazines (PPPA0050)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
1) Every day362.4
2) Three times a week or more805.3
3) Almost every week1379
4) One to three times a month24216
5) Less than once a month34522.8
6) Never65142.9
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
428) MED1: How often do you get information about politics from each of the following sources? Internet blogs (PPPA0051)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused302
1) Every day604
2) Three times a week or more604
3) Almost every week835.5
4) One to three times a month1067
5) Less than once a month1469.6
6) Never103168
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
429) Q26: What is your religion? (PPPA0070)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused11.7
1) Baptist-any denomination27618.2
2) Protestant (e.g., Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal)28018.4
3) Catholic37524.7
4) Mormon211.4
5) Jewish271.8
6) Muslim2.1
7) Hindu10.7
8) Buddhist8.5
9) Pentecostal483.2
10) Eastern Orthodox5.3
11) Other Christian18212
12) Other non-Christian, please specify281.8
13) None24516.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1518100.0
430) Q26A: Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian? (PPPA0071)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked33121.8
-1) Refused7.5
1) Yes43328.5
2) No74649.2
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
431) Q30: In the past 12 months, have you attended a PTA/school group meeting (PPPA0086)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
0) No139291.8
1) Yes1077.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
432) Q30: In the past 12 months, have you attended a community group meeting (PPPA0087)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
0) No128284.5
1) Yes21814.4
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
433) Q30: In the past 12 months, have you donated blood (PPPA0088)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
0) No132887.5
1) Yes17211.3
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
434) Q30: In the past 12 months, have you given money to a charity (PPPA0089)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
0) No77451
1) Yes72647.9
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
435) Q30: In the past 12 months, have you worked for a charity or your church (PPPA0090)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused171.1
0) No117477.4
1) Yes32621.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
436) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you attended a political protest or rally (PPPA0092)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No144895.5
1) Yes442.9
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
437) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you contacted a government official (PPPA0093)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No127884.2
1) Yes21414.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
438) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you volunteered or worked for a presidential campaign (PPPA0094)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No147297.1
1) Yes191.3
Missing5 
TOTAL1516100.0
439) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you volunteered or worked for another political candidate, issue, or cause (PPPA0095)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No144395.1
1) Yes493.2
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
440) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you given money to a presidential campaign (PPPA0096)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No140092.3
1) Yes926.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
441) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you given money to another political candidate, issue, or cause (PPPA0097)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No139792.1
1) Yes956.3
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
442) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you worked with others in your community to solve a problem (PPPA0098)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No137190.4
1) Yes1218
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
443) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you served on a community board (PPPA0099)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No143994.9
1) Yes533.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
444) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you written a 'letter to the editor' (PPPA0100)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No143694.7
1) Yes563.7
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
445) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you commented about politics on a message board or Internet site (PPPA0101)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No139391.8
1) Yes996.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
446) Q31: In the past 12 months, have you held a publicly elected office (PPPA0102)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused251.6
0) No148397.8
1) Yes9.6
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
447) Derived: Political party affiliation (PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican22614.9
2) Not Strong Republican20413.4
3) Leans Republican23215.3
4) Undecided/Independent/Other593.9
5) Leans Democrat29819.6
6) Not Strong Democrat21514.2
7) Strong Democrat28318.7
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
448) Q5: Did you happen to vote in the 2008 presidential election? (PPPA0005)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked21013.8
-1) Refused5.3
1) Yes107470.8
2) No22815
Missing5 
TOTAL1517100.0
449) Q6: Which candidate did you vote for in the 2008 presidential election? (PPPA0006)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked44329.2
-1) Refused171.1
1) Barack Obama (Democrat)58138.3
2) John McCain (Republican)46130.4
3) Another candidate, please specify161.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1518100.0
450) Q27: How often do you attend religious services? (PPP20072)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked7.5
-1) Refused312
1) More than once a week1429.3
2) Once a week29419.4
3) Once or twice a month1328.7
4) A few times a year22314.7
5) Once a year or less32321.3
6) Never36724.2
Missing2 
TOTAL1519100.0
451) Age 4 Categories (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2932021.1
2) 30-4439225.8
3) 45-5942127.7
4) 60+38625.4
TOTAL1519100.0
452) Q27: How often do you attend religious services? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week1429.6
2) Once a week29419.9
3) Once or twice a month1328.9
4) A few times a year22315.1
5) Once a year or less32321.8
6) Never36724.8
Missing35 
TOTAL1481100.0
453) Education (Categorical) (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school19412.8
2) High school45930.2
3) Some college43728.8
4) Bachelor's degree or higher43028.3
TOTAL1520100.0
454) HH income profile and imputed 4 categories (for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,000775.1
2) $10,000-$49,99957037.5
3) $50,000-$74,99928919
4) $75,000+58338.4
TOTAL1519100.0
455) Q26: What is your religion? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant78552.2
2) Catholic37524.9
3) Other1006.6
4) None24516.3
Missing16 
TOTAL1505100.0
456) Gender (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male73248.2
2) Female78751.8
TOTAL1519100.0