 Percentages are weighted by 2) WEIGHT; Total Ns reported are unweighted
 1) Unique respondent identification number (CASEID)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 383154.68 248032.64  2) Full sample weight variable (WEIGHT)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 1610.439 2066.962  3) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL001)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4257.88 3428.58  4) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL002)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4269.28 3512.79  5) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL003)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4183.23 3198.34  6) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL004)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4254.43 3241.25  7) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL005)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4269.82 3251.84  8) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL006)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4267.08 3232.73  9) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL007)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4263.76 3242.51  10) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL008)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4232.56 3246.70  11) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL009)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4279.99 3260.80  12) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL010)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4279.58 3302.47  13) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL011)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4215.79 3243.09  14) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL012)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4258.65 3234.08  15) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL013)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4239.77 3314.31  16) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL014)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4247.52 3840.92  17) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL015)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4142.84 3375.15  18) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL016)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4123.47 3291.53  19) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL017)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4291.85 3432.48  20) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL018)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4270.11 3255.65  21) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL019)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4290.44 3328.45  22) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL020)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4300.63 3392.12  23) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL021)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4256.48 3260.33  24) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL022)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4271.38 3302.11  25) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL023)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4276.75 3295.91  26) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL024)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4220.06 3287.68  27) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL025)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4251.98 3433.38  28) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL026)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4215.13 3357.35  29) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL027)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4279.38 3264.36  30) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL028)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4254.50 3236.65  31) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL029)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4256.48 3235.09  32) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL030)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.13 3235.09  33) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL031)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4283.64 3257.22  34) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL032)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4264.27 3230.02  35) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL033)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4263.03 3230.47  36) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL034)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4243.12 3246.35  37) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL035)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.55 3227.83  38) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL036)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.86 3226.59  39) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL037)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4263.51 3225.42  40) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL038)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.28 3227.33  41) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL039)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4265.07 3225.21  42) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL040)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.63 3228.01  43) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL041)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.72 3228.20  44) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL042)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.83 3226.60  45) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL043)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.86 3227.87  46) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL044)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.42 3227.09  47) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL045)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.92 3227.00  48) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL046)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.12 3225.85  49) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL047)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4258.74 3229.03  50) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL048)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.70 3228.04  51) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL049)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.57 3227.21  52) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL050)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.20 3225.86  53) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL051)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.45 3231.32  54) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL052)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4263.80 3225.15  55) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL053)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4268.20 3228.67  56) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL054)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4257.40 3230.28  57) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL055)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.75 3226.78  58) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL056)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.91 3226.59  59) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL057)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4255.36 3231.09  60) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL058)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4249.56 3236.50  61) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL059)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.85 3226.29  62) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL060)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.17 3225.68  63) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL061)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.23 3227.35  64) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL062)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4253.06 3233.90  65) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL063)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.46 3227.08  66) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL064)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4249.98 3234.18  67) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL065)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.65 3227.10  68) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL066)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.93 3225.67  69) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL067)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.21 3226.54  70) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL068)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4257.32 3229.72  71) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL069)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4255.32 3233.29  72) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL070)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.48 3226.28  73) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL071)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4264.30 3224.65  74) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL072)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4265.64 3230.12  75) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL073)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.18 3226.28  76) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL074)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.76 3226.35  77) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL075)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4263.04 3226.18  78) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL076)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.94 3226.95  79) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL077)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4260.28 3227.30  80) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL078)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4265.25 3224.74  81) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL079)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4265.29 3227.15  82) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL080)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.45 3228.24  83) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL081)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.19 3226.66  84) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL082)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.00 3226.41  85) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL083)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.65 3225.94  86) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL084)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4259.75 3230.40  87) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL085)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4204.52 3217.16  88) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL086)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4275.83 3238.75  89) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL087)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4256.18 3231.10  90) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL088)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4249.10 3233.67  91) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL089)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4282.99 3247.15  92) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL090)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4262.56 3226.48  93) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL091)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4308.21 3348.14  94) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL092)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4313.90 3330.23  95) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL093)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4247.48 3239.39  96) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL094)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4311.30 3402.12  97) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL095)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4282.97 3236.52  98) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL096)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4261.75 3226.01  99) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL097)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4256.35 3231.09  100) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL098)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4253.46 3309.82  101) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL099)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4309.39 3406.59  102) Replicate weights for calculating standard errors. [Pew Note: See discussion of 'Calculation of Point Estimates, Standard Errors and Test Statistics' in codebook] (RPL100)

N Mean Std.Deviation TOTAL 1033 4245.07 3237.39  103) Sampling stratum (STRATA)

TOTAL % 1) Lowest 4.8 2) Low 26.1 3) Medium 44.5 4) High 24.6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 104) Sample type (SAMPTYPE)

TOTAL % 1) RDD Landline (fresh) sample 20 2) RDD Cell (fresh) sample 48.1 3) Experian list 18.1 4) Landline recontact sample 9.7 5) Cell phone recontact sample 4.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 105) Census region (based on selfreported ZIP Code, or sample geographic information for those respondents who do not provide a ZIP Code and those whose ZIP Code cannot be matched) (CREGION)

TOTAL % 1) Northeast 24.9 2) Midwest 24.7 3) South 31.2 4) West 19.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 106) Language in which the interview was conducted. (INTLANG)

TOTAL % 1) English 86.9 2) Arabic, Farsi or Urdu 13.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 107) [ASK ALL LANDLINE SAMPLE:] Now thinking about your telephone use...Do you have a working cell phone? (PHONEL1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, have cell phone 73.9 2) No, do not 24.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.3 Missing 278 TOTAL 755 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 108) [ASK IF NO CELL PHONE AND MORE THAN ONE PERSON IN HOUSEHOLD:] Does anyone in your household have a working cell phone? (PHONEL1A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, someone in household has cell phone 57.9 2) No 37.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.7 Missing 899 TOTAL 134 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 109) [ASK ALL CELL PHONE SAMPLE:] Now thinking about your telephone use. Is there at least one telephone INSIDE your home that is currently working and is not a cell phone? (PHONEC1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, home telephone 43.8 2) No home telephone 53.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.7 Missing 755 TOTAL 278 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 110) [ASK ALL] Overall, how would you rate your community as a place to live? [READ] (Q1)

TOTAL % 1) Excellent 35.9 2) Good 42.7 3) Only fair 17.4 4) Poor 3.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 111) [ASK ALL:] Overall, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in your life today? (Q2)

TOTAL % 1) Satisfied 82.1 2) Dissatisfied 14.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 112) [ASK ALL:] Are you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [a. selfemployed or a small business owner] (Q3A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 20.4 2) No 78.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 113) [ASK ALL:] Are you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [b. currently enrolled in a college or university class] (Q3B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 25.6 2) No 74.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 114) [ASK ALL:] Are you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [c. a homeowner] (Q3C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 33.3 2) No 66 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 115) [ASK ALL:] Overall, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in this country today? (Q9)

TOTAL % 1) Satisfied 55.5 2) Dissatisfied 37.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 6.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 116) [ASK ALL:] Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? (Q10)

TOTAL % 1) Approve 76.2 2) Disapprove 13.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 10.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 117) [RANDOMIZE Q11 AND Q12] [ASK ALL:] In the past 12 months, have you worked with other people from your neighborhood to fix a problem or improve a condition in your community or elsewhere, or haven't you done this? (Q11)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 33.1 2) No 65.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 118) [RANDOMIZE Q11 AND Q12] [ASK ALL:] Would you say you follow what's going on in government and public affairs...? [READ IN ORDER] (Q12)

TOTAL % 1) Most of the time 36.9 2) Some of the time 33.1 3) Only now and then, [OR] 17 4) Hardly at all 10.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 119) [ASK ALL:] And just a few questions about your...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [a. Display the American flag at your home, in your office, or on your car] (Q13A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 43.5 2) No 55.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 120) [ASK ALL:] And just a few questions about you...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [b. Recycle paper, plastic or glass from home] (Q13B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 74.8 2) No 22.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 121) [ASK ALL:] And just a few questions about you...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [c. Regularly watch more than an hour of entertainment television programming a night] (Q13C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 58.3 2) No 41.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 122) [ASK ALL:] And Just a few questions about you...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [d. Regularly use online social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter] (Q13D)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 57.1 2) No 42.8 9) (VOL) Don't know\Refused 0 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 123) [ASK ALL:] And just a few questions about you...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [e. Regularly play video games] (Q13E)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 17.8 2) No 81.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 124) [ASK ALL:] And just a few questions about you...Do you [INSERT ITEM; RANDOMIZE], or not. [f. Regularly watch professional or college sports] (VQ13F)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 47.7 2) No 52.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 125) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few pairs of statements. For each pair, tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views  even if neither is exactly right. The first pair is... [READ AND RANDOMIZE ITEMS, BUT DO NOT ROTATE WITHIN PAIRS; INTERVIEWER  PRECEDE THE FIRST STATE IN EACH PAIR WITH 'one' AND THE SECOND STATEMENT IN EACH PAIR WITH 'two'] (Q14A)

TOTAL % 1) Immigrants today strengthen the U.S. because of their hard work and talents 71.4 2) Immigrants today are a burden on the U.S. because they take our jobs, housing and health care 21.5 3) (VOL) Neither/both equally 2.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 126) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few pairs of statements. For each pair, tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views  even if neither is exactly right. The first pair is... [READ AND RANDOMIZE ITEMS, BUT DO NOT ROTATE WITHIN PAIRS; INTERVIEWER  PRECEDE THE FIRST STATE IN EACH PAIR WITH 'one' AND THE SECOND STATEMENT IN EACH PAIR WITH 'two'] (Q14B)

TOTAL % 1) Most people who want to get ahead can make it if they're willing to work hard 73.7 2) Hard work and determination are no guarantee of success for most people 25.6 3) (VOL) Neither/both equally 0 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 127) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few pairs of statements. For each pair, tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views  even if neither is exactly right. The first pair is... [READ AND RANDOMIZE ITEMS, BUT DO NOT ROTATE WITHIN PAIRS; INTERVIEWER  PRECEDE THE FIRST STATE IN EACH PAIR WITH 'one' AND THE SECOND STATEMENT IN EACH PAIR WITH 'two'] (Q14C)

TOTAL % 1) Homosexuality should be accepted by society 39.2 2) Homosexuality should be discouraged by society 44.6 3) (VOL) Neither/both equally 5.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 11 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 128) [ASK ALL:] If you had to choose, would you rather have a smaller government providing fewer services, or a bigger government providing more services? (Q15)

TOTAL % 1) Smaller government, fewer services 21.5 2) Bigger government, more services 68 3) (VOL) Depends 5 9) Don't know/Refused 5.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 129) [ASK ALL:] In your opinion, do you think there is generally a conflict between science and religion, or don't you think so? (Q16)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, generally a conflict between science and religion 37.3 2) No, don't think so 58.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 130) [ASK ALL:] Thinking about evolution, which comes closer to your view? [READ AND RANDOMIZE] (Q17)

TOTAL % 1) Humans and other living things have evolved over time [OR] 45 2) Humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time 44.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 10.6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 131) [ASK ALL:] Turning to foreign affairs...Do you think the U.S. made the right decision or the wrong decision in using military force in Afghanistan? (Q19)

TOTAL % 1) Right decision 37.8 2) Wrong decision 48.3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 13.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 132) [ASK ALL:] Thinking about the Middle East, which is more important [READ AND RANDOMIZE]? (Q20)

TOTAL % 1) Democratic governments, even if there is less stability in the region 44.3 2) Stable governments, even if there is less democracy in the region 44.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 11.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 133) [RECODED]. [ASK ALL:] In your own words, what do you think are the most important problems facing Muslims living in the United States today?  First response (Q30_1)

TOTAL % 10) Discrimination/racism/prejudice 15.8 15) Not treated fairly/harassment 1.2 16) Acceptance 4.1 20) Stereotyping/Generalizing about all Muslims 14.6 25) Hatred/fear/distrust of Muslims 4.6 30) Ignorance/misconceptions of Islam 12.4 35) Viewed as terrorist 6.3 40) Negative media portrayals 2 45) Lack of representation/community involvement 1.3 50) Religion/cultural problems 5.7 60) Jobs/financial problems 2.1 70) Problems among Muslims 2.9 80) Radical Islam/fundamentalism/extremists 3.5 90) War/U.S. foreign policy .3 98) No problem 16 99) Refused/Don't know 4.3 101) Other 2.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 134) [RECODED]. [ASK ALL:] In your own words, what do you think are the most important problems facing Muslims living in the United States today?  Second response (Q30_2)

TOTAL % 10) Discrimination/racism/prejudice 14.8 15) Not treated fairly/harassment 5 16) Acceptance .2 20) Stereotyping/Generalizing about all Muslims 8.2 25) Hatred/fear/distrust of Muslims 5.2 30) Ignorance/misconceptions of Islam 10.5 35) Viewed as terrorist 13.2 40) Negative media portrayals 12.8 45) Lack of representation/community involvement 4.4 50) Religion/cultural problems 7 60) Jobs/financial problems 7 70) Problems among Muslims 5.6 80) Radical Islam/fundamentalism/extremists 1 90) War/U.S. foreign policy 1.6 101) Other 3.4 Missing 834 TOTAL 199 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 135) [RECODED]. [ASK ALL:] In your own words, what do you think are the most important problems facing Muslims living in the United States today?  Third response (Q30_3)

TOTAL % 10) Discrimination/racism/prejudice 14.8 16) Acceptance 8 20) Stereotyping/Generalizing about all Muslims 9.3 25) Hatred/Fear/Distrust of Muslims 4.3 30) Ignorance/Misconceptions of Islam 16.8 35) Viewed as terrorists .5 40) Negative media portrayals 12.1 45) Lack of representation/community involvement .1 50) Religion/cultural problems 3.3 60) Jobs/financial problems 6.1 101) Other 24.7 Missing 1004 TOTAL 29 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 136) [ASK ALL:] Since the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001, has it become more difficult to be a Muslim in the U.S., or hasn't it changed very much? (Q31)

TOTAL % 1) Has become more difficult to be a Muslim in the U.S. since 9/11 54.6 2) Hasn't changed very much 37.1 3) (VOL) Has become easier to be a Muslim in the U.S. 1.7 4) (VOL) Moved to U.S. after 9/11 2.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 137) [ASK ALL:] How many of your close friends are Muslims? Would you say... [READ] (Q32)

TOTAL % 1) All of them 7.2 2) Most of them 41.3 3) Some of them, [OR] 36.2 4) Hardly any of them 13.6 5) (VOL) None of them 1.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 138) [ASK ALL:] Do you think that coverage of Islam and Muslims by American news organizations is generally fair or unfair? (Q33)

TOTAL % 1) Fair 30.3 2) Unfair 54.9 3) (VOL) Depends 10 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 139) [ASK ALL:] Do you think there is a natural conflict between being a devout Muslim and living in a modern society, or don't you think so? (Q34)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, there is conflict 30.9 2) No, don't think so 62.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 6.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 140) [ASK ALL:] Do you think most Muslims who come to the U.S. today want to adopt American customs and ways of life or do you think that they want to be distinct from the larger American society? (Q35)

TOTAL % 1) Adopt customs 55.9 2) Want to be distinct 19.8 3) (VOL) Both 16.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 7.8 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 141) [ASK ALL:] Do you feel that [INSERT FIRST ITEM; RANDOMIZE a AND b; ALWAYS ASK c LAST] is generally friendly, neutral, or unfriendly toward Muslim Americans? [a. The Democratic Party] (Q36A)

TOTAL % 1) Friendly toward Muslim Americans 45.9 2) Neutral toward Muslim Americans 35.1 3) Unfriendly toward Muslim Americans 6.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 12.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 142) [ASK ALL:] Do you feel that [INSERT FIRST ITEM; RANDOMIZE a AND b; ALWAYS ASK c LAST] is generally friendly, neutral, or unfriendly toward Muslim Americans? [b. The Republican Party] (Q36B)

TOTAL % 1) Friendly toward Muslim Americans 15.2 2) Neutral toward Muslim Americans 21.4 3) Unfriendly toward Muslim Americans 47.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 15.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 143) [ASK ALL:] Do you feel that [INSERT FIRST ITEM; RANDOMIZE a AND b; ALWAYS ASK c LAST] is generally friendly, neutral, or unfriendly toward Muslim Americans? [c. Barack Obama] (Q36C)

TOTAL % 1) Friendly toward Muslim Americans 63.9 2) Neutral toward Muslim Americans 27.5 3) Unfriendly toward Muslim Americans 3.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.8 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 144) [ASK ALL:] And are the American people generally friendly, neutral, or unfriendly toward Muslim Americans? (Q37)

TOTAL % 1) Friendly toward Muslim Americans 48.1 2) Neutral toward Muslim Americans 32 3) Unfriendly toward Muslim Americans 16 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.8 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 145) [ASK ALL:] What's your impression, do you think that the quality of life for Muslims in the U.S. is [RANDOMIZE: better, worse], or about the same as the quality of life in most Muslim countries? (Q38)

TOTAL % 1) Better 66.5 2) Worse 7.7 3) About the same 22.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 146) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [a. Have people acted as if they are suspicious of you]. (Q39A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 27.7 2) No, has not happened 69.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.4 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 147) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [b. Has someone expressed support for you] (Q39B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 36.7 2) No, has not happened 62 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 148) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [c. Have you been called offensive names] (Q39C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 21.9 2) No, has not happened 77.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 149) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [d. Have you been singled out by airport security] (Q39D)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 20.7 2) No, has not happened 77.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 150) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [e. Have you been singled out by other law enforcement officers] (Q39E)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 12.6 2) No, has not happened 86.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .4 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 151) [ASK ALL:] Here are a few things that some Muslims in the U.S. have experienced. As I read each one, please tell me whether or not it has happened to you in the past twelve months. First, in the past twelve months, [INSERT; RANDOMIZE; ITEM e ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS ITEM d] because you are a Muslim, or not? [REPEAT In the past twelve months TWICE, THEN AS NECESSARY] [INSERT NEXT ITEM] because you are a Muslim, or not? [f. Have you been physically threatened or attacked] (Q39F)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, has happened 5.6 2) No, has not happened 94.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 152) [IF R HAS NOT BEEN SINGLED OUT BY AIRPORT SECURITY (Q39D=2), ASK IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING Q39D:] And is that because it hasn't happened or because you haven't taken a trip by airplane in the past twelve months? (Q39D2)

TOTAL % 1) Because it hasn't happened 45.7 2) Haven't taken a trip by airplane in the past twelve months 52.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.4 Missing 236 TOTAL 797 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 153) [ASK ALL:] ASK All: And in the past twelve months, has a mosque or Islamic center in your community been the target of vandalism or other hostile acts, or not? (Q40)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 15 2) No 80.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 154) [ASK ALL:] How much, if anything, have you heard about the proposal to build an Islamic cultural center and mosque in New York City near the World Trade Center? Have you [READ] (Q41)

TOTAL % 1) A lot 46.2 2) A little [OR] 35 3) Nothing at all 17.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 155) [ASK IF HEARD AT LEAST A LITTLE (Q41=1,2):] Do you think building the Islamic cultural center and mosque near the World Trade Center should be allowed, or should it not be allowed? (Q42)

TOTAL % 1) Should be allowed 71.9 2) Should not be allowed 19.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 8.4 Missing 156 TOTAL 877 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 156) [ASK IF SHOULD BE ALLOWED (Q42=1):] And do you personally feel that building the Islamic cultural center and mosque near the World Trade Center is a good idea or a bad idea? (Q43)

TOTAL % 1) Good idea 69.4 2) Bad idea 20.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 10 Missing 388 TOTAL 645 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 157) [ASK ALL:] Over the past few years, has there been opposition to the building of a mosque or Islamic center in the community where you live, or not? (Q44)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 14.1 2) No 78.6 3) (VOL) No one has proposed building a mosque or Islamic Center 1.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 5.6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 158) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... On average, how often do you attend the mosque or Islamic Center for Salah (salAH) and Jum'ah (joomAH) prayer? [READ] (Q60)

TOTAL % 1) More than once a week 18 2) Once a week for Jum'ah (joomAH) prayer 29.1 3) Once or twice a month 12.2 4) A few times a year especially for the Eid (EED) 22 5) Seldom 6.7 6) Never 11.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 159) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... And outside of Salah (salAH) and Jum'ah (joomAH) payer, do you take part in any other social or religious activities at the mosque or Islamic Center? (Q61)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 35.2 2) No 63.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 160) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... How important is religion in your life  very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (Q62)

TOTAL % 1) Very important 69 2) Somewhat important 21.8 3) Not too important 5.7 4) Not at all important 2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.4 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 161) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Concerning daily Salah (salAH) or prayer, do you in general, pray all five Salah (salAH) daily, make some of the five Salah (salAH) daily, occasionally make Salah (salAH), only make Eid (EED) prayers, or do you never pray? (Q63)

TOTAL % 1) Pray all five Salah 47.6 2) Make some of the five Salah daily 17.7 3) Occasionally make Salah 17.9 4) Only make Eid prayers 7 5) Never Pray 8.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 162) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Which statement comes closest to your view? [READ AND RANDOMIZE] (Q64)

TOTAL % 1) There is only ONE true way to interpret the teachings of Islam [OR] 36.5 2) There is MORE than one true way to interpret the teachings of Islam 56.6 3) (VOL) Other .2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 6.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 163) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Which statement comes closest to your view? [READ AND RANDOMIZE] (Q65)

TOTAL % 1) Islam is the one, true faith leading to eternal life [OR] 35.3 2) Many religions can lead to eternal life 56 3) (VOL) Other 2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 6.8 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 164) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Do you believe [RANDOMIZE AND INSERT], or not? [a. In one God, Allah] (Q66A)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, believe 95.7 2) No, do not believe 3.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 165) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Do you believe [RANDOMIZE AND INSERT], or not? [b. In the Prophet Muhammed] (Q66B)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, believe 96.4 2) No, do not believe 3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 166) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Do you believe [RANDOMIZE AND INSERT], or not? [c. In the Day of Judgment] (Q66C)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, believe 92 2) No, do not believe 6.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 167) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Do you believe [RANDOMIZE AND INSERT], or not? [d. In angels] (Q66D)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, believe 89.7 2) No, do not believe 9.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 168) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Do you think of yourself first as an American or first as a Muslim? (Q67)

TOTAL % 1) American 26.2 2) Muslim 49.1 3) (VOL) Both equally 17.9 4) (VOL) Neither 2.5 5) (VOL) Other 2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 169) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... Have you always been a Muslim, or not? (Q68)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 80 2) No 19.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 0 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 170) [ASK ALL:] On another subject... How concerned, if at all, are you about the rise of Islamic extremism around the WORLD these days? Are you very concerned, somewhat concerned, not too concerned or not at all concerned? (Q75)

TOTAL % 1) Very concerned 42.3 2) Somewhat concerned 29.8 3) Not too concerned 13.6 4) Not at all concerned 10 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 171) [ASK ALL:] On another subject... How concerned, if at all, are you about the possible rise of Islamic extremism in the U.S.? Are you very concerned, somewhat concerned, not too concerned or not at all concerned? (Q76)

TOTAL % 1) Very concerned 31.1 2) Somewhat concerned 28.7 3) Not too concerned 18.4 4) Not at all concerned 16.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 5.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 172) [ASK ALL:] On another subject... How do you feel about this statement? Women should be able to work outside the home. Do you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree? (Q80)

TOTAL % 1) Completely agree 71.9 2) Mostly agree 18.3 3) Mostly disagree 5.9 4) Completely disagree 2.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/ Refused 1.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 173) [ASK ALL:] Generally, who do you think make better political leaders, [RANDOMIZE: men, women], or is there no difference? (Q81)

TOTAL % 1) Men 27.1 2) Women 4.4 3) No difference 67.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 174) [ASK ALL:] In your opinion, when men and women pray in a mosque, do you think that [READ OPTIONS IN ORDER TO HALF OF SAMPLE, IN REVERSE ORDER TO OTHER HALF OF SAMPLE] [INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT INDICATES THAT WOMEN SHOULD PRAY BEHIND A CURTAIN, CODE AS OPTION 1] (Q82)

TOTAL % 1) Women should be separate from men, in another area of the mosque or behind a curtain [OR] 48.1 2) Women should pray behind men, with no curtain [OR] 24.6 3) Women should pray in an area alongside men, with no curtain 19.8 4) (VOL) Other 2.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 4.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 175) [ASK IF FEMALE:] When you are out in public, how often do you wear the headcover or hijab (heejab)? Do you wear it all the time, most of the time, only some of the time, or never? (Q83)

TOTAL % 1) All the time 35.6 2) Most of the time 4.7 3) Only some of the time 19.2 4) Never 39.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1 Missing 572 TOTAL 461 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 176) [ASK ALL:] Now, on another subject... Some people think that suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilian targets are justified in order to defend Islam from its enemies. Other people believe that, not matter what the reason, this kind of violence is never justified. Do you personally feel that this kind of violence is often justified to defend Islam, sometimes justified, rarely justified, or never justified? (Q90)

TOTAL % 1) Often justified 1.3 2) Sometimes justified 7.2 3) Rarely justified 4.9 4) Never justified 80.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 177) [ASK ALL:] Do you think the U.S. effort to combat terrorism is a sincere effort to reduce international terrorism or don't know believe that? (Q91)

TOTAL % 1) Sincere effort 43.2 2) Don't believe that 41 3) (VOL) Both 2.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 13.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 178) [ASK ALL:] And which statement comes closest to your opinion? [READ] (Q92)

TOTAL % 1) A way can be found for the state of Israel to exist so that the rights and needs of the Palestinian people are taken care of [OR] 62.4 2) The rights and needs of the Palestinian people cannot be taken care of as long as the state of Israel exists? 20.3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 17.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 179) [ASK ALL:] Overall, do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Al Qaeda? [IF FAVORABLE, FOLLOW WITH: And is that very favorable or only somewhat favorable? IF UNFAVORABLE, FOLLOW WITH: and is that very unfavorable or only somewhat unfavorable?] (Q93)

TOTAL % 1) Very favorable 2 2) Somewhat favorable 3.5 3) Somewhat unfavorable 10.9 4) Very unfavorable 69.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 14 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 180) [ASK ALL:] In your opinion, have Muslim leaders in the U.S. done as much as they should to speak out against Islamic extremists, or have they not done enough to speak out against Islamic extremists? (Q94)

TOTAL % 1) Done as much as they should 33.8 2) Have not done enough 48.3 3) (VOL) Done too much 1.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 16.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 181) [ASK ALL:] Thinking about the U.S., do you think that the government's antiterrorism policies single out Muslims in the U.S. for increased surveillance and monitoring, or don't you think so? (Q95)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, think government singles out Muslims for increased surveillance and monitoring 52 2) No, don't think so 33.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 14.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 182) [ASK IF THINK MUSLIMS ARE SINGLED OUT (Q95=1):] And how much does this both you? Would you say it bothers you [READ] (Q96)

TOTAL % 1) A lot 34.7 2) Some 38.4 3) Not much [OR] 11 4) Not at all 14.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.1 Missing 512 TOTAL 521 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 183) Some law enforcement agencies are investigating extremism in the Muslim American community. In your opinion, are Muslims in the U.S. cooperating with these law enforcement agencies as much as they should, or are Muslims not cooperating enough? (Q97)

TOTAL % 1) Cooperating as much as they should 68.5 2) Not cooperating enough 14.1 3) (VOL) Cooperating too much .5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 16.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 184) [ASK ALL:] In your opinion, how much support for extremism, if any, is there among Muslims living in the U.S.? [READ] (Q98)

TOTAL % 1) A great deal 5.7 2) A fair amount 15.3 3) Not too much [OR] 30.3 4) None at all 33.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 14.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 185) [ASK IF Q98=1,2,3:] Do you think support for extremism in the Muslim American community is [RANDOMIZE: increasing, decreasing] or staying about the same? (Q99)

TOTAL % 1) Increasing 7.2 2) Decreasing 29.5 3) Staying about the same 57.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 5.7 Missing 538 TOTAL 495 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 186) [ASK ALL:] Sex [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX:] (SEX)

TOTAL % 1) Male 51.1 2) Female 48.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 187) [ASK ALL:] Recoded respondent age variable (AGECAT)

TOTAL % 1) Age 1829 35.8 2) Age 3039 23.3 3) Age 4054 28.1 4) Age 55 or older 12.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 188) [ASK ALL:] Recoded educational attainment variable. (EDUCCAT)

TOTAL % 1) High school or less 53.6 2) Some college 19.2 3) College graduate 15.4 4) Postgraduate training after college 11.4 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .3 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 189) [ASK ALL:] Recoded race/ethnicity variable. (RACETHN)

TOTAL % 1) White nonHispanic 29.8 2) Black nonHispanic 22.8 3) Asian nonHispanic 20.8 4) Hispanic 6.4 5) Other nonHispanic 18.3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 190) [ASK ALL:] Are you Shi'a (SHEuh), Sunni (SUEknee), or another tradition? (Q199)

TOTAL % 1) Shi'a 10.8 2) Sunni 65 3) Other [SPECIFY:___] 5.6 4) (VOL) Muslim, nonspecific 14.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.7 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 191) [ASK ALL:] Respondent's country of birth, recoded into regions  see Appendix A for definitions. (BIRTHREC)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. 36.2 2) Middle East/North Africa 25.4 3) Pakistan 8.7 4) Iran 3.4 5) South Asia (excluding Iran and Pakistan) 7.3 6) SubSaharan Africa 6.8 7) Other regions/Undetermined 10.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 192) [ASK IF RESPONDNT WAS BORN IN U.S.:] Respondent's father's country of birth, recoded into regions  see Appendix A for definitions. (FATHERREC). (FATHREC)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. 57.1 2) Middle East/North Africa 16.6 3) Pakistan 7.2 5) South Asia (excluding Iran and Pakistan) 7.3 7) Other regions/Undetermined (including Iran and SubSaharan Africa) 8.3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.6 Missing 744 TOTAL 289 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 193) [ASK IF RESPONDENT WAS BORN IN U.S.:] Respondent's mother's country of birth, recoded into regions  see Appendix A for definitions. (MOTHERREC) (MOTHREC)

TOTAL % 1) U.S. 67.4 2) Middle East/North Africa 9.9 3) Pakistan 5.3 5) South Asia (excluding Iran and Pakistan) 7.3 7) Other regions/Undetermined (including Iran and SubSaharan Africa) 8.2 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2 Missing 744 TOTAL 289 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 194) [ASK IF RESPONDENT NOT BORN IN U.S.:] Are you currently a citizen of the United States, or not? (CITIZEN)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 69.6 2) No 29.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .8 Missing 289 TOTAL 744 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 195) [ASK ALL:] Are you currently married, living with a partner, divorced, separated, widowed, or have you never been married? [IF R SAYS 'SINGLE,' PROBE TO DETERMINE WHICH CATEGORY IS APPROPRIATE] (MARITAL)

TOTAL % 1) Married 54.7 2) Living with a partner 1.9 3) Divorced 4.9 4) Separated 1.2 5) Widowed 1.8 6) Never been married 34.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .6 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 196) [ASK IF MARRIED OR PARTNERED (MARITAL=1,2):] Recoded. And what is your [IF MARITAL=1: spouse's/IF MARITAL=2: partner's] religious preference? Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, or something else? [SEE SURVEY TOPLINE FOR DETAILED INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTIONS] (Q200REC)

TOTAL % 1) Muslim 82.7 2) NonMuslim 15.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.8 Missing 344 TOTAL 689 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 197) [ASK ALL:] How would you rate your own personal financial situation? Would you say you are in excellent shape, good shape, only fair shape or poor shape financially? (Q202)

TOTAL % 1) Excellent shape 11.9 2) Good shape 34.1 3) Only fair shape 38 4) Poor shape 14.8 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 198) [ASK ALL:] Recoded household income variable. (INCOMECAT) (INCOME)

TOTAL % 1) Less than $30,000 40.2 2) $30,000 to under $50,000 16.7 3) $50,000 to under $100,000 19 4) $100,000 or more 12.7 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 11.4 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 199) [ASK IF BORN IN U.S. OR A CITIZEN OF U.S.:] Which of these statements best describes you? [READ IN ORDER] (REGA)

TOTAL % 1) Are you absolutely certain that you are registered to vote at your current address, [OR] 66.2 2) Are you probably registered, but there is a chance your registration has lapsed, [OR] 4.9 3) Are you not registered to vote at your current address 25.5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 3.4 Missing 178 TOTAL 855 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 200) [ASK ALL:] In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or independent? (PARTY)

TOTAL % 1) Republican 5.5 2) Democrat 46.3 3) Independent 34.8 4) (VOL) No Preference 7.3 5) (VOL) Other party .5 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 5.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 201) [ASK IF INDEP/NO PREF/OTHER/DK/REF (PARTY=3,4,5,9): As of today do you lean more to the Republican Party or more to the Democratic Party? (PARTYLN)

TOTAL % 1) Republican 11.4 2) Democrat 49.8 9) (VOL) Other/Don't know/Refused 38.8 Missing 542 TOTAL 491 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 202) [ASK ALL:] In general, would you describe your political views as... [READ] (IDEO)

TOTAL % 1) Very conservative 6.6 2) Conservative 18.1 3) Moderate 38.5 4) Liberal [OR] 20.6 5) Very liberal 6.3 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 9.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 203) [ASK IF BORN IN U.S. OR A CITIZEN of U.S. AND AGE GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 20: In the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain, did things come up that kept you from voting, or did you happen to vote? (PVOTE08A)

TOTAL % 1) Voted 64 2) Did not vote (includes too young to vote) 30 3) (VOL) Not a citizen at the time of the 2008 election 3.6 8) (VOL) Don't remember if voted .5 9) (VOL) Refused 2 Missing 216 TOTAL 817 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 204) [ASK IF VOTED (PVOTE08A=1)] Did you vote for Obama, McCain or someone else? (PVOTE08B)

TOTAL % 1) Obama 92.2 2) McCain 3.6 3) Other candidate 1.5 4) (VOL) Don't remember which candidate .2 9) (VOL) Refused 2.5 Missing 462 TOTAL 571 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 205) [ASK ALL:] Do you happen to know what Barack Obama's religion is? Is he Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, atheist, agnostic, or something else? [INTERVIEWERS: IF R SAYS 'MULTIPLE FAITHS/ALL OF THE ABOVE,' RECORD AS '8SOMETHING ELSE' AND RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE] (Q203)

TOTAL % 1) Christian (include volunteers of: Protestant, Church of Christ, Trinity Church, Baptist, Methodist, etc.) 55 2) Jewish 0 3) Muslim (include Islam/Islamic) 9.6 4) Buddhist .4 5) Hindu .5 6) Atheist 0 7) Agnostic .1 8) Something else [SPECIFIY: ___] .7 9) (VOL) Don't know 32.7 10) (VOL) Refused 1.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 206) [ASK ALL:] Are you now employed fulltime, parttime or not employed? (EMPLOY)

TOTAL % 1) Fulltime 40.4 2) Parttime 17.9 3) Not employed 39.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 207) [IF NOT EMPLOYED (EMPLOY=3) ASK:] Are you currently looking for work, or not? (EMPLOY1)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, looking for work 41.2 2) No, not looking 57.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .9 Missing 651 TOTAL 382 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 208) [IF PART TIME (EMPLOY=2) ASK: Would you prefer to be working full time, or not? (EMPLOY7)

TOTAL % 1) Yes, would prefer full time 65 2) No, would not 34.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused .9 Missing 886 TOTAL 147 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 209) [ASK ALL EXCEPT THOSE LOOKING FOR WORK IN EMPLOY1 (EMPLOY1=/=1): Over the past 12 months, has there been a time when you or someone in your household has been without a job and looking for work, or not? (EMPLOY8)

TOTAL % 1) Yes 33 2) No 65.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.1 Missing 156 TOTAL 877 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 210) [ASK IF R NOT BORN IN U.S.:] Recoded. In what year did you come to live in the U.S.? (Q204REC)

TOTAL % 1) 19471979 12 2) 19801989 15.7 3) 19901999 31.1 4) 20002011 39.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 1.5 Missing 308 TOTAL 725 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 211) [ASK ALL:] Number of adults residing in respondent's household (recoded). (ADULT_COUNT). (HHADULT)

TOTAL % 1) One 13.9 2) Two 36.2 3) Three 19.8 4) Four or more 27.6 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 212) [ASK ALL:] Number of children under age 18 residing in respondent's household (recoded). (HHCHILD)

TOTAL % 0) None 37.8 1) One 18 2) Two 20.3 3) Three 11.6 4) Four or more 10.1 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.2 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 213) [ASK ALL:] Recoded. Total household composition. Based on QZ6ad. See Topline in 'Muslim Americans: No Signs of Growth in Alienation or Support for Extremism' for question wording. (HHCOMP)

TOTAL % 1) Single Muslim household 9.3 2) Multiple Muslim household 66.8 3) Mixed religion household 19.8 9) Household composition is unclear 4.1 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 214) [ASK ALL:] Recoded. How many children have you ever had? Please count all your biological children who were born alive at any time in your life. [SEE SURVEY TOPLINE FOR DETAILED INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTIONS] (CHILDREN) (CHILD)

TOTAL % 0) None 34.2 1) One 11.2 2) Two 18.4 3) Three 13.7 4) Four or more 19.9 9) (VOL) Don't know/Refused 2.5 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 215) [ASK ALL:] Recoded respondent age variable (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IAGE)

TOTAL % 1) Age 1829 36 2) Age 3039 23.4 3) Age 4054 28.3 4) Age 55 or older 12.3 Missing 14 TOTAL 1019 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 216) [ASK ALL:] Sex [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX:] (for use with online analysis) (ISEX)

TOTAL % 1) Male 51.1 2) Female 48.9 TOTAL 1033 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 217) [ASK ALL:] Recoded educational attainment variable. (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IEDUC)

TOTAL % 1) High school or less 53.8 2) Some college 19.2 3) College graduate 15.5 4) Postgraduate training after college 11.5 Missing 5 TOTAL 1028 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 218) [ASK ALL:] In general, would you describe your political views as... [READ] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IPOLITICS)

TOTAL % 1) Conservative 27.4 2) Moderate 42.7 3) Liberal 29.9 Missing 91 TOTAL 942 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
 219) [ASK ALL:] Now I have a few questions about your own religious practices... On average, how often do you attend the mosque or Islamic Center for Salah (salAH) and Jum'ah (joomAH) prayer? [READ] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (IATTEND)

TOTAL % 1) More than once a week 18.1 2) Once a week for Jum'ah (joomAH) prayer 29.3 3) Once or twice a month 12.3 4) A few times a year especially for the Eid (EED) or seldom 28.8 5) Never 11.6 Missing 7 TOTAL 1026 100.0  [ Analyze results  Add to Question Bank  View Question Bank ]
Muslim American Survey, 2011
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