American National Election Studies, 2002

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) ICPSR Archive Number - 3740 (ICPSRNO)
TOTAL%
3740) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
2) CASE ID: cases 0001-1513 (4 gaps in numbering) (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511757.713437
3) For Panel cases, this is the ID from the 2000 Study. [INAP = 2002 Fresh cross-section respondent] (PANEL_ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1187882.751525
4) Pre-Election Post-stratified weight: This is a 6-digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 decimal places. This weight compensates for the unequal probabilities of selection for respondents in different size households and for different non-response across geographic sample design categories. A post stratification adjustment used the 2000 CPS March Supplement estimates as the standard. The cells were formed by crossing 6 age groups by 4 levels of education. The age groups were: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. The education levels were: lt high school graduation, high school graduate, some college, and 4 years of college or more. (WEIGHT1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151111
5) Post-Election Post-stratified weight: This is a 6-digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 decimal places (See WEIGHT1). WEIGHT2 values are constructed for the cases re-interviewed in the Post. [0 = No Post interview] (WEIGHT2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511.891
6) STUDY 2002: Panel Respondent OR Fresh Cross-section Respondent (STUDY)
TOTAL%
1) Panel case118778.6
2) Fresh cross-section case32421.4
TOTAL1511100.0
7) STUDY 2002: Pre-election interview only OR both Pre-election and Post-election interview (PRE_POST)
TOTAL%
1) Pre interview only16510.9
2) Pre interview and Post interview134689.1
TOTAL1511100.0
8) HHLISTING: FRESH CROSS Selection Table: The Selection Table is used to select a respondent from all household members who are eligible adults (An eligible adult is a U.S. citizen who is 18 years of age or older). A Selection Table was randomly assigned to all households in the Fresh Cross sample component. After a complete listing of the household was taken, each eligible adult was assigned a 'Number' based on the criteria of gender and age [beginning with the oldest male as number 1, males numbered by increments of 1 according to descending age; females numbered by descending age starting with the number one higher than that assigned to the youngest male]. The interviewer then used the Selection Table to determine the 'Number' of the eligible adult to be interviewed. There were 8 different selection tables. (HHFRCROS)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Selection Table A15517.0
2) Selection Table B1195.9
3) Selection Table B2299.0
4) Selection Table C5115.7
5) Selection Table D5517.0
6) Selection Table E1329.9
7) Selection Table E2299.0
8) Selection Table F5316.4
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
9) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE -- GENDER: This describes the FIRST household member mentioned in the household listing of all adult household members. The household listing was provided by a household member ('informant'). The first name in the household listing corresponds to the informant. (FCGEND1)
TOTAL%
0) NA3310.2
1) Male12037.0
2) Female17152.8
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
10) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: AGE -- This describes the FIRST household member mentioned in the household listing (informant). Ages 18-90 [00 = INAP] (FC_AGE1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL32446.50617
11) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: CITIZEN -- This describes the FIRST household member mentioned in the household listing (informant). (FCCITIZ1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Yes, a citizen32098.8
5) No, not a citizen20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
12) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: PERSON NUMBER -- This describes the FIRST household member mentioned in the household listing (informant). This represents the 'Person number' (if any) assigned to this household member, according to the numbering process used to number eligible household members while administering the Selection Table respondent selection process (FCPERNU1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) HH member is eligible person 118959.1
2) HH member is eligible person 211736.6
3) HH member is eligible person 3103.1
4) HH member is eligible person 420.6
Missing1191 
TOTAL320100.0
13) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: GENDER -- This describes the SECOND household member mentioned in the household listing; the household listing is a listing, provided by a household member or informed contact, of all adult household members. (FCGEND2)
TOTAL%
0) NA83.4
1) Male11850.9
2) Female10645.7
Missing1279 
TOTAL232100.0
14) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: AGE -- This describes the SECOND household member mentioned in the household listing. (FC_AGE2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL23244.53918
15) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: CITIZEN -- This describes the SECOND household member mentioned in the household listing. (FCCITI2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, a citizen22898.3
5) No, not a citizen41.7
Missing1279 
TOTAL232100.0
16) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the SECOND household member mentioned in the household listing. This represents the 'Person number' assigned to this household member, according to the numbering process used to number eligible household members while administering the Selection Table respondent selection process (FCPERN2)
TOTAL%
1) HH member is eligible person 112052.6
2) HH member is eligible person 29541.7
3) HH member is eligible person 3114.8
4) HH member is eligible person 420.9
Missing1283 
TOTAL228100.0
17) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the SECOND household member mentioned in the household listing. The description was provided by informant. (FC_REL2)
TOTAL%
0) NA73.0
1) Wife8536.6
2) Husband9641.4
3) Girlfriend; female fiancé/partner31.3
4) Boyfriend; male fiancé/partner83.4
11) Daughter/Stepdaughter52.2
12) Son/stepson20.9
21) Mother52.2
22) Father62.6
31) Grandmother20.9
41) Sister10.4
42) Brother10.4
70) Roommate/friend114.7
Missing1279 
TOTAL232100.0
18) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: GENDER -- This describes the THIRD household member mentioned in the household listing; the household listing is a listing, provided by a household member or informed contact, of all adult household members. (FC_GEND3)
TOTAL%
1) Male2259.5
2) Female1540.5
Missing1474 
TOTAL37100.0
19) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: AGE -- This describes the THIRD household member mentioned in the household listing. AGE [Ages 18-90] (FC_AGE3)
TOTAL%
0) 12.7
18) 38.1
19) 410.8
20) 25.4
21) 25.4
22) 12.7
23) 25.4
24) 410.8
25) 12.7
27) 25.4
30) 25.4
38) 12.7
41) 12.7
42) 25.4
46) 12.7
47) 12.7
48) 12.7
51) 12.7
52) 25.4
55) 12.7
59) 12.7
65) 12.7
Missing1474 
TOTAL37100.0
20) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: CITIZEN -- This describes the THIRD household member mentioned in the household listing. (FCCITI3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, a citizen3594.6
5) No, not a citizen25.4
Missing1474 
TOTAL37100.0
21) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the THIRD household member mentioned in the household listing. This represents the 'Person number' assigned to this household member, according to the numbering process used to number eligible household members while administering the Selection Table respondent selection process (FCPERN3)
TOTAL%
1) HH member is eligible person 11028.6
2) HH member is eligible person 21234.3
3) HH member is eligible person 31234.3
4) HH member is eligible person 412.9
Missing1476 
TOTAL35100.0
22) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the THIRD household member mentioned in the household listing. The description was provided by informant. (FC_REL3)
TOTAL%
2) Husband38.1
4) Boyfriend; male fiancé/partner12.7
11) Daughter/stepdaughter718.9
14) Daughter's boyfriend/fiancé/husband12.7
16) Foster son12.7
21) Mother513.5
22) Father38.1
42) Brother12.7
52) Nephew12.7
70) Roommate/friend1437.8
Missing1474 
TOTAL37100.0
23) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: GENDER -- This describes the FOURTH household member mentioned in the household listing; the household listing is a listing, provided by a household member or informed contact, of all adult household members. (FCGEND4)
TOTAL%
1) Male440.0
2) Female660.0
Missing1501 
TOTAL10100.0
24) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: AGE -- This describes the FOURTH household member mentioned in the household listing. AGE [Ages 18-90] (FC_AGE4)
TOTAL%
19) 220.0
20) 220.0
21) 110.0
26) 110.0
31) 110.0
32) 110.0
36) 110.0
80) 110.0
Missing1501 
TOTAL10100.0
25) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: CITIZEN -- This describes the FOURTH household member mentioned in the household listing. (FCCITI4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, a citizen10100.0
Missing1501 
TOTAL10100.0
26) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the FOURTH household member mentioned in the household listing. This represents the 'Person number' assigned to this household member, according to the numbering process used to number eligible household members while administering the Selection Table respondent selection process (FCPERN4)
TOTAL%
1) HH member is eligible person 1110.0
2) HH member is eligible person 2330.0
3) HH member is eligible person 3110.0
4) HH member is eligible person 4550.0
Missing1501 
TOTAL10100.0
27) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: This describes the FOURTH household member mentioned in the household listing. The description was provided by informant. (FC_REL4)
TOTAL%
11) Daughter/stepdaughter110.0
12) Son/stepson220.0
21) Mother110.0
32) Grandfather110.0
41) Sister220.0
51) Niece110.0
70) Roommate/friend220.0
Missing1501 
TOTAL10100.0
28) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Number of adults in Household (NUMADLTS)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) One adult in household9027.8
2) Two adults in household19660.5
3) Three adults in household278.3
4) Four adults in household103.1
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
29) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Number of eligible adults in Household (NUMELIG)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) One eligible adult in household9529.3
2) Two eligible adults in household19359.6
3) Three eligible adults in household247.4
4) Four eligible adults in household103.1
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
30) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Number of children in Household (NUMKIDS)
TOTAL%
0) No children in household19560.2
1) One child in household5817.9
2) Two children in household4714.5
3) Three children in household164.9
4) Four children in household20.6
5) Five children in household20.6
6) Six children in household10.3
99) NA30.9
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
31) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 1st child (AGEKID1)
TOTAL%
0) 54.0
1) 86.3
2) 64.8
3) 54.0
4) 97.1
5) 86.3
6) 118.7
7) 54.0
8) 43.2
9) 97.1
10) 54.0
11) 43.2
12) 43.2
13) 75.6
14) 118.7
15) 75.6
16) 86.3
17) 107.9
Missing1385 
TOTAL126100.0
32) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 2nd child (AGEKID2)
TOTAL%
0) 45.9
1) 11.5
2) 45.9
3) 34.4
4) 811.8
5) 68.8
6) 1014.7
7) 45.9
8) 22.9
9) 11.5
10) 22.9
11) 68.8
12) 57.4
13) 34.4
14) 45.9
15) 22.9
16) 34.4
Missing1443 
TOTAL68100.0
33) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 3rd child (AGEKID3)
TOTAL%
0) 29.5
1) 523.8
4) 29.5
5) 14.8
7) 314.3
9) 14.8
10) 14.8
11) 14.8
12) 29.5
13) 14.8
14) 14.8
15) 14.8
Missing1490 
TOTAL21100.0
34) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 4th child (AGEKID4)
TOTAL%
2) 120.0
3) 120.0
11) 120.0
12) 120.0
14) 120.0
Missing1506 
TOTAL5100.0
35) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 5th child (AGEKID5)
TOTAL%
1) 133.3
10) 133.3
15) 133.3
Missing1508 
TOTAL3100.0
36) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Age of 6th child (AGEKID6)
TOTAL%
16) 1100.0
Missing1510 
TOTAL1100.0
37) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: RESPONDENT Person Number (FCPERSNU)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) R is person numbered 119560.2
2) R is person numbered 211234.6
3) R is person numbered 3113.4
4) R is person numbered 441.2
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
38) IF FRESH-CROSS CASE: Household composition The HH composition code is derived from information provided in the household listing. 'Adults' are 18 years of age or older; all individuals included in the HH composition codes below refer to adults. (ADHHCOMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA4012.3
10) Adult male HHR309.3
11) Adult male HHR plus 1 other non-relative20.6
12) Adult male HHR plus 2 or more non-relatives20.6
20) Adult female HHR5216.0
21) Adult female HHR plus 1 other non-relatives41.2
22) Adult female HHR plus 2 or more non-relatives20.6
30) Married couple: no children or all children living at home15347.2
40) Married couple plus 1 other relative144.3
50) Married couple plus 2 or more other relatives61.9
51) Married couple plus 1 other non-relative92.8
55) Married couple plus relatives and non-relatives10.3
60) Male HHR plus 1 other relative10.3
80) Female HHR plus 1 other relative82.5
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
39) FIPS State Code (FIPS)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama382.5
4) Arizona161.1
5) Arkansas221.5
6) California1439.5
8) Colorado352.3
9) Connecticut181.2
10) Delaware20.1
11) Washington DC10.1
12) Florida593.9
13) Georgia302.0
16) Idaho60.4
17) Illinois553.6
18) Indiana362.4
19) Iowa271.8
20) Kansas130.9
21) Kentucky201.3
22) Louisiana422.8
23) Maine50.3
24) Maryland382.5
25) Massachusetts412.7
26) Michigan604.0
27) Minnesota543.6
28) Mississippi60.4
29) Missouri201.3
31) Nebraska30.2
32) Nevada70.5
33) New Hampshire130.9
34) New Jersey342.3
35) New Mexico20.1
36) New York946.2
37) North Carolina291.9
38) North Dakota60.4
39) Ohio644.2
40) Oklahoma130.9
41) Oregon291.9
42) Pennsylvania543.6
44) Rhode Island20.1
45) South Carolina181.2
46) South Dakota60.4
47) Tennessee302.0
48) Texas1117.3
49) Utah241.6
50) Vermont20.1
51) Virginia714.7
53) Washington362.4
54) West Virginia60.4
55) Wisconsin644.2
56) Wyoming60.4
TOTAL1511100.0
40) ICPSR State Code (ICPSRCOD)
TOTAL%
1) Connecticut181.2
2) Maine50.3
3) Massachusetts412.7
4) New Hampshire130.9
5) Rhode Island20.1
6) Vermont20.1
11) Delaware20.1
12) New Jersey342.3
13) New York946.2
14) Pennsylvania543.6
21) Illinois553.6
22) Indiana362.4
23) Michigan604.0
24) Ohio644.2
25) Wisconsin644.2
31) Iowa271.8
32) Kansas130.9
33) Minnesota543.6
34) Missouri201.3
35) Nebraska30.2
36) North Dakota60.4
37) South Dakota60.4
40) Virginia714.7
41) Alabama382.5
42) Arkansas221.5
43) Florida593.9
44) Georgia302.0
45) Louisiana422.8
46) Mississippi60.4
47) North Carolina291.9
48) South Carolina181.2
49) Texas1117.3
51) Kentucky201.3
52) Maryland382.5
53) Oklahoma130.9
54) Tennessee302.0
55) Washington DC10.1
56) West Virginia60.4
61) Arizona161.1
62) Colorado352.3
63) Idaho60.4
65) Nevada70.5
66) New Mexico20.1
67) Utah241.6
68) Wyoming60.4
71) California1439.5
72) Oregon291.9
73) Washington362.4
TOTAL1511100.0
41) State abbreviation (alpha) (STATE)
42) Congressional District Number -- Codes 1-52 and 77 for Washington D.C. [99=correct district not assigned] (CDISTNUM)
TOTAL%
1) 16811.1
2) 1509.9
3) 1248.2
4) 20613.6
5) 916.0
6) 976.4
7) 1056.9
8) 714.7
9) 724.8
10) 362.4
11) 503.3
12) 302.0
13) 181.2
14) 241.6
15) 302.0
16) 191.3
17) 191.3
18) 171.1
19) 251.7
20) 40.3
21) 80.5
22) 80.5
23) 50.3
24) 130.9
25) 130.9
26) 120.8
27) 151.0
28) 191.3
29) 80.5
30) 80.5
31) 10.1
32) 10.1
33) 30.2
35) 20.1
37) 20.1
38) 20.1
39) 30.2
40) 20.1
41) 20.1
42) 40.3
43) 10.1
45) 10.1
46) 60.4
47) 20.1
48) 60.4
49) 30.2
52) 30.2
77) 10.1
99) 10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
43) FIPS State code and Congressional District Number: The first 2 digits are FIPS state code; last 2 digits are Congressional district number. [1100=Washington DC; 9999=Correct district number not assigned] (FIPSCDIS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15112943.5631641
44) This represents the state and district identified for the Post instrument preload. The first 2 digits are ICPSR state code; last 2 digits are Congressional district number. [5500=Washington DC; 9999=Correct district not assigned] (ICPSRDIS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15113922.9152039
45) State Abbreviation and Congressional District Number (alpha)['DC00'=Washington DC; '9999'=Correct district number not assigned] (STATE_CD)
46) Census region [1=Northeast (CT, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT) 2=North Central (IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI) 3=South (AL, AR, DE, DC, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MS, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, VA, WV) 4=West (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY)] (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast26317.4
2) North central40726.9
3) South53735.5
4) West30420.1
TOTAL1511100.0
47) 2000 Census Urban/Rural Classification (URBAN)
TOTAL%
0) NA765.0
1) Urban113775.2
2) Rural29819.7
TOTAL1511100.0
48) 2000 Census FIPS County code (state and county)[BLANKED FOR CONFIDENTIALITY] (FIPS_CTY)
TOTAL%
0) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
49) 2000 Census Place code [BLANKED FOR CONFIDENTIALITY] (PLACE)
TOTAL%
0) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
50) 2000 Census MSA code [BLANKED FOR CONFIDENTIALITY] (MSA)
TOTAL%
0) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
51) 2000 Census Tract [BLANKED FOR CONFIDENTIALITY] (TRACT)
TOTAL%
0) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
52) Form of Pre interview: Aside from various randomly assigned wording and placement/order options, the following content options were randomly assigned to 1/2 samples in the Pre: (1) either K1 series or K2 series of Federal budget spending items (increase/decrease) -- V165 TO V184 (2) L2 general income inequality as open end (L2a/L2b)or as closed series (L2c/L2d) [each has wording variants] -- V188 TO V203 (3) Income inequality questions for either race (P1 series) or gender (P2 series) [each series includes wording variants] -- V234 TO V267 (PRE_FORM)
TOTAL%
1) K1 spending - L2open – P1race20213.4
2) K1 spending - L2open – P2gender20113.3
3) K1 spending - L2closed – P1race17911.8
4) K1 spending - L2closed – P2gender18912.5
5) K2 spending - L2open – P1race19312.8
6) K2 spending - L2open – P2gender20213.4
7) K2 spending - L2closed – P1race16510.9
8) K2 spending - L2closed – P2gender18011.9
TOTAL1511100.0
53) Pre-election interview Release number (PEINTREL)
TOTAL%
1) 1st third51233.9
2) 2nd third53035.1
3) Remainder46931.0
TOTAL1511100.0
54) Pre-election interview Mode-TELEPHONE: ALL INTERVIEWS WERE CONDUCTED BY PHONE (PRE_MODE)
TOTAL%
1) Telephone1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
55) Pre-election interview number of calls (PRENCALL)
TOTAL%
1) 25416.8
2) 19913.2
3) 17511.6
4) 1489.8
5) 895.9
6) 996.6
7) 765.0
8) 593.9
9) 513.4
10) 473.1
11) 382.5
12) 342.3
13) 201.3
14) 302.0
15) 302.0
16) 151.0
17) 211.4
18) 151.0
19) 140.9
20) 151.0
21) 30.2
22) 60.4
23) 70.5
24) 100.7
25) 563.7
TOTAL1511100.0
56) Pre-election interview Result: There were no partial interviews in the pre-election interviews (PRE_RES)
TOTAL%
1) Completed interview1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
57) Pre-election interview language: ALL INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH (PRE_LANG)
TOTAL%
1) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
58) Pre-election interview verification [There was no verification of interviews at the interviewing facility.] (PREIWVER)
TOTAL%
5) No verification1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
59) Pre-election interview evaluation [There was no evaluation of interviews at the interviewing facility] (PRE_EVAL)
TOTAL%
5) No evaluation1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
60) Pre-election interview tape-recorded (PRE_TAPE)
TOTAL%
1) Tape recorded80.5
5) Not tape recorded150399.5
TOTAL1511100.0
61) Pre-election interview in parts (PRE_PART)
TOTAL%
1) Interviewed in parts (multiple sessions)18512.2
5) Not interviewed in parts (1 session)132687.8
TOTAL1511100.0
62) IF PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW CONDUCTED IN PARTS: Number of parts (PRENPART)
TOTAL%
2) 14276.8
3) 3217.3
4) 73.8
5) 42.2
Missing1326 
TOTAL185100.0
63) Pre-election number of interviewers: This is the number of interviewers used on the case (1-5). (PRENUMIW)
TOTAL%
1) 133288.2
2) 1419.3
3) 291.9
4) 70.5
5) 20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
64) Pre-election interview - beginning month (PRE_MNTH)
TOTAL%
9) September40126.5
10) October92661.3
11) November18412.2
TOTAL1511100.0
65) Pre-election interview - beginning day (month) of interview (PRE_DAY)
TOTAL%
1) 885.8
2) 885.8
3) 906.0
4) 946.2
5) 120.8
6) 221.5
7) 422.8
8) 432.8
9) 573.8
10) 523.4
11) 322.1
12) 110.7
13) 201.3
14) 342.3
15) 382.5
16) 281.9
17) 302.0
18) 281.9
19) 422.8
20) 422.8
21) 332.2
22) 604.0
23) 875.8
24) 664.4
25) 483.2
26) 291.9
27) 271.8
28) 523.4
29) 825.4
30) 976.4
31) 372.4
TOTAL1511100.0
66) Pre-election interview - beginning month and day (MMDD) (PRE_MMDD)
TOTAL%
918) 90.6
919) 302.0
920) 241.6
921) 90.6
922) 312.1
923) 604.0
924) 432.8
925) 322.1
926) 171.1
927) 70.5
928) 221.5
929) 583.8
930) 593.9
1001) 442.9
1002) 422.8
1003) 453.0
1004) 453.0
1005) 120.8
1006) 221.5
1007) 422.8
1008) 432.8
1009) 573.8
1010) 523.4
1011) 322.1
1012) 110.7
1013) 201.3
1014) 342.3
1015) 382.5
1016) 281.9
1017) 302.0
1018) 191.3
1019) 120.8
1020) 181.2
1021) 241.6
1022) 291.9
1023) 271.8
1024) 231.5
1025) 161.1
1026) 120.8
1027) 201.3
1028) 302.0
1029) 241.6
1030) 382.5
1031) 372.4
1101) 442.9
1102) 463.0
1103) 453.0
1104) 493.2
TOTAL1511100.0
67) Pre-election Interview - Number of days before election (PRDBELEC)
TOTAL%
1) 493.2
2) 453.0
3) 463.0
4) 442.9
5) 372.4
6) 382.5
7) 241.6
8) 302.0
9) 201.3
10) 120.8
11) 161.1
12) 231.5
13) 271.8
14) 291.9
15) 241.6
16) 181.2
17) 120.8
18) 191.3
19) 302.0
20) 281.9
21) 382.5
22) 342.3
23) 201.3
24) 110.7
25) 322.1
26) 523.4
27) 573.8
28) 432.8
29) 422.8
30) 221.5
31) 120.8
32) 453.0
33) 453.0
34) 422.8
35) 442.9
36) 593.9
37) 583.8
38) 221.5
39) 70.5
40) 171.1
41) 322.1
42) 432.8
43) 604.0
44) 312.1
45) 90.6
46) 241.6
47) 302.0
48) 90.6
TOTAL1511100.0
68) Pre-election interview - ending month (PR_EMNTH)
TOTAL%
9) September36924.4
10) October92761.4
11) November21514.2
TOTAL1511100.0
69) Pre-election interview - ending day of month (PR_EDAY)
TOTAL%
1) 936.2
2) 936.2
3) 1036.8
4) 1006.6
5) 90.6
6) 211.4
7) 422.8
8) 453.0
9) 593.9
10) 533.5
11) 302.0
12) 100.7
13) 181.2
14) 322.1
15) 342.3
16) 302.0
17) 312.1
18) 241.6
19) 392.6
20) 392.6
21) 281.9
22) 573.8
23) 825.4
24) 644.2
25) 493.2
26) 322.1
27) 322.1
28) 513.4
29) 775.1
30) 956.3
31) 392.6
TOTAL1511100.0
70) Pre-election interview - ending month and day (MMDD) (PR_EMMDD)
TOTAL%
918) 80.5
919) 271.8
920) 221.5
921) 60.4
922) 251.7
923) 543.6
924) 422.8
925) 302.0
926) 191.3
927) 100.7
928) 201.3
929) 513.4
930) 553.6
1001) 432.8
1002) 422.8
1003) 493.2
1004) 402.6
1005) 90.6
1006) 211.4
1007) 422.8
1008) 453.0
1009) 593.9
1010) 533.5
1011) 302.0
1012) 100.7
1013) 181.2
1014) 322.1
1015) 342.3
1016) 302.0
1017) 312.1
1018) 161.1
1019) 120.8
1020) 171.1
1021) 221.5
1022) 322.1
1023) 281.9
1024) 221.5
1025) 191.3
1026) 130.9
1027) 221.5
1028) 312.1
1029) 261.7
1030) 402.6
1031) 392.6
1101) 503.3
1102) 513.4
1103) 543.6
1104) 604.0
TOTAL1511100.0
71) Pre-election interview -- payment address given? (PR_ADDRS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes150499.5
5) No70.5
TOTAL1511100.0
72) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Pre-election payment mode [1 = CHECK -- all payments made by check] (PR_CHECK)
TOTAL%
1) 1504100.0
Missing7 
TOTAL1504100.0
73) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Pre-election interview payment amount (PR_PAY)
TOTAL%
20) Twenty dollars112574.8
40) Forty dollars362.4
50) Fifty dollars34322.8
Missing7 
TOTAL1504100.0
74) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Date Pre payment mailed - month (PRPMAIL1)
TOTAL%
9) September1449.6
10) October91460.8
11) November44629.7
Missing7 
TOTAL1504100.0
75) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Date Pre-election payment mailed - day (PRPMAIL2)
TOTAL%
4) 1026.8
5) 1379.1
7) 20713.8
9) 43128.7
18) 28619.0
25) 19713.1
30) 1449.6
Missing7 
TOTAL1504100.0
76) Pre-election interview length [length in minutes] (PRLENGTH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151135.05811
77) Pre-election interviewer's Interview Number (PR_IWNUM)
TOTAL%
0) 30.2
1) 20813.8
2) 18212.0
3) 15710.4
4) 1409.3
5) 1147.5
6) 1147.5
7) 966.4
8) 744.9
9) 614.0
10) 543.6
11) 533.5
12) 563.7
13) 392.6
14) 312.1
15) 171.1
16) 291.9
17) 191.3
18) 211.4
19) 130.9
20) 50.3
21) 40.3
22) 60.4
23) 30.2
24) 20.1
25) 30.2
26) 50.3
27) 20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
78) Pre-election interview Persuasion Letter sent? (PR_PLTTR)
TOTAL%
0) No letter sent115176.2
1) Pre persuasion letter sent36023.8
TOTAL1511100.0
79) Date of Pre-election Persuasion Letter -- This is a character variable MMDD. (PRDPLTTR)
TOTAL%
930) 308.3
1010) 164.4
1014) 113.1
1019) 14038.9
1021) 11732.5
1022) 4612.8
Missing1151 
TOTAL360100.0
80) Type of Pre-election Persuasion letter sent: For types 21, 22 and 24, increased compensation ($40) was offered in the persuasion letter. (PRTPLTTR)
TOTAL%
11) Panel busy61.7
12) Panel health30.8
13) Panel no contact24668.3
14) Panel reluctant4412.2
21) Fresh cross busy20.6
23) Fresh cross no contact298.1
24) Fresh cross reluctant298.1
30) Special10.3
Missing1151 
TOTAL360100.0
81) 2nd Persuasion Letter sent--At a late stage of the Pre-election production period (on October 28, 2002), a special letter offering final maximum compensation ($50) was sent to 872 panel cases which were not yet completions. This letter was in addition to the first persuasion letter. (Note: Fresh cross cases were also offered $50 late in the Pre production period, but these offers were made by telephone). (PR2PLTTR)
TOTAL%
0) 2nd letter not sent89275.1
1) 2nd persuasion letter sent29524.9
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
82) PRE Interviewer of Record -- Interviewer ID number is coded (PREIWRID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511113.30258
83) PRE Interviewer Gender (PRIWGEND)
TOTAL%
0) NA15910.5
1) Male58939.0
2) Female76350.5
TOTAL1511100.0
84) PRE Interviewer Education Level (highest education) (PRIWEDUC)
TOTAL%
0) NA15310.1
3) High school graduate805.3
4) Some college62741.5
5) College degree54736.2
6) Master's degree996.6
7) Ph.D.50.3
TOTAL1511100.0
85) PRE Interviewer Race (PRIWRACE)
TOTAL%
0) NA15910.5
1) White124382.3
2) Black714.7
3) Native American30.2
4) Asian120.8
5) Other231.5
TOTAL1511100.0
86) PRE Interviewer Ethnicity (PRIWETHN)
TOTAL%
0) No ethnicity mentioned122080.7
1) Hispanic684.5
7) Other704.6
9) NA15310.1
TOTAL1511100.0
87) PRE Interviewer Languages (PRIWLANG)
TOTAL%
0) No languages spoken74449.2
1) Spanish22815.1
7) Other38625.5
9) NA15310.1
TOTAL1511100.0
88) PRE Interviewer Experience (PRIWEXPR)
TOTAL%
0) None19412.8
1) 1 year or less102067.5
2) 13-23 months775.1
3) 2 years332.2
4) 4 years20.1
9) 9 years30.2
99) NA18212.0
TOTAL1511100.0
89) PRE Interviewer Age (age groups) (PR_IWAGE)
TOTAL%
0) NA15510.3
1) 18-34 years111473.7
2) 35-40 years543.6
3) 41-45 years352.3
4) 46-50 years1046.9
6) 56-60 years221.5
8) 65-79 years271.8
TOTAL1511100.0
90) RANDOMIZATION C1 PRE THERMOMETER SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Pre interview thermometer questions (C1 series). Two orderings were possible. 1. Order of questions was V128 to V138 consecutively 2. Order of questions was V128 to V33, V138, V137, V136, V135, V134 (PR_RAND1)
TOTAL%
1) Order 175249.8
2) Order 275950.2
TOTAL1511100.0
91) RANDOMIZATION PRE H5/J5: Respondents were randomly assigned to either H4 or J5 in the Pre (alternate placements for President Bush performance on the economy). These are V147 and V148 (PR_RAND2)
TOTAL%
1) H5 administered in the pre interview75049.6
2) J5 administered in the pre interview76150.4
TOTAL1511100.0
92) ORDER OF TEXT - PRE H7 Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered Pre question H7 (party that would perform better on the economy) with either 'Democrats' or 'Republicans' read first. [This is V149] (PR_RAND3)
TOTAL%
1) Democrats first, Republicans second74149.0
2) Republicans first, Democrats second77051.0
TOTAL1511100.0
93) RANDOMIZATION PRE J4/R1: Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered either J4a and J4d or else R1a and R1d in the Pre (alternate placements for patriotism items). These are V159, V160 and V293 to V295 (PR_RAND4)
TOTAL%
1) J4 (v159 to v160) administered in the pre interview76850.8
2) R1 (v293 to v295) administered in the pre interview74349.2
TOTAL1511100.0
94) RANDOMIZATION PRE K1/K2: Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered either the K1 Federal spending items or the K2 Federal spending items. (If RESPONDENT was administered K1 in the Pre, then questions corresponding to K2 were asked in the Post; if RESPONDENT was administered K2 in the Pre, then questions corresponding to K1 were asked in the Post.) (K1 AND K2 QUESTIONS ARE VAR 165 TO VAR 184] (PR_RAND5)
TOTAL%
1) R Administered K1 in the pre77151.0
2) R Administered K2 in the pre74049.0
TOTAL1511100.0
95) RANDOMIZATION PRE K1 SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Pre K1 series Federal spending items. Two orderings were possible. 1. V165 TO V174 consecutively; 2. V165, V172, V173, V170, V166, V167, V171, V172, V174, V168, V169. (PR_RAND6)
TOTAL%
1) Order 139651.4
2) Order 237548.6
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
96) RANDOMIZATION PRE K1d WORDING: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item K1d in the Pre [V168 AND V169] (PR_RAND7)
TOTAL%
1) Public schools39551.2
2) Big city schools37648.8
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
97) RANDOMIZATION PRE K1g WORDING: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item K1g in the Pre [V172 AND V173] (PR_RAND8)
TOTAL%
1) Homeland Security37348.4
2) War on terrorism39851.6
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
98) RANDOMIZATION PRE K2 SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Pre K2 series Federal spending items. Two orderings were possible. 1. V175 TO V184 consecutively; 2. V175, V182, V178, V179, V180, V181, V183, V184, V176, V177. (PR_RAND9)
TOTAL%
1) Order 135347.7
2) Order 238752.3
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
99) RANDOMIZATION PRE K2b WORDING: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item K2b in the Pre [V176 AND V177] (PRRAND10)
TOTAL%
1) Poor people36048.6
2) Working people38051.4
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
100) RANDOMIZATION PRE K2h WORDING: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item K2h in the Pre [V183 AND V184] (PRRAND11)
TOTAL%
1) Poor children36649.5
2) Black children37450.5
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
101) L2 RANDOM SELECTION: Respondents were randomly assigned to one of the following: L2a - open-end reason some people have better jobs/income [V188]; L2b - open-end reason some people have worse jobs/income [V189]; L2c - closed list reasons some people have better jobs/income [V190 TO V196]; L2d - closed list reasons some people have worse jobs/income [V197 TO V203]. (PRRAND12)
TOTAL%
1) Open-end (better)41227.3
2) Open-end (worse)38625.5
3) Closed series (better)34723.0
4) Closed series (worse)36624.2
TOTAL1511100.0
102) RANDOMIZATION PRE L2c SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Pre L2c closed-list income inequality series items (reasons why some people have better jobs/income). Two orderings were possible: 1. V190 TO V196 consecutively; 2. V191, V193, V194, V195, V192, V190, V196. (PRRAND13)
TOTAL%
1) Order 117951.6
2) Order 216848.4
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
103) RANDOMIZATION PRE L2d SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Pre L2d closed-list income inequality series items (reasons why some people have worse jobs/income). Two orderings were possible: V197 TO V203 consecutively; 2. V198, V200, V201, V202, V199, V197, V203 (PRRAND14)
TOTAL%
1) ORDER 117848.6
2) ORDER 218851.4
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
104) RANDOMIZATION PRE L9a/b WORDING ORDER: Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered L9a/L9b (party better for the rich/poor) with wording 'poor' first and 'rich' second or vice versa. (Data in L9a are data for 'poor' wording regardless of order; data in L9b are data for 'rich' wording regardless of order). [THESE ARE V204 AND V205] (PRRAND15)
TOTAL%
1) Poor first, rich second76350.5
2) Rich first, poor second74849.5
TOTAL1511100.0
105) RANDOMIZATION PRE L11b/c ORDER: Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered L11b first and L11c second, or L11c first and L11b second in the Pre (appropriateness of amount paid by rich/poor). [THESE ARE V207 AND V208] (PRRAND16)
TOTAL%
1) Rich first, poor second76250.4
2) Poor first, rich second74949.6
TOTAL1511100.0
106) ORDER OF TEXT - PRE M1d: Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered Pre question M1d (party performance on corporate scandals) with either 'Democrats' or 'Republicans' read first. [THIS IS V212] (PRRAND17)
TOTAL%
1) Democrats first, Republicans second76250.4
2) Republicans first, Democrats second74949.6
TOTAL1511100.0
107) RANDOMIZATION - M2 SERIES WORDING: Respondents were randomly assigned to alternate wording in the M2 tax cut series (all questions in the series were randomly assigned to the same wording). [THESE ARE V213 TO V225] (PRRAND18)
TOTAL%
1) Congress passed75950.2
2) Bush signed75249.8
TOTAL1511100.0
108) P1/P2 RANDOM SELECTION: Respondents were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 race/gender income inequality series. 1. Series 1: P1 series 'whites better jobs/income' wording 2. Series 2: P1 series 'blacks worse jobs/income' wording [P1 SERIES VARIABLES ARE V234 TO V250] 3. Series 3: P2 series 'women worse jobs/income' wording 4. Series 4: P2 series 'men better jobs/income' wording [P2 SERIES VARIABLES ARE V251 TO V267] (PRRAND19)
TOTAL%
1) Series 1:P1 Series whites better job37624.9
2) Series 2:P1 Series blacks worse jobs36324.0
3) Series 3:P2 Series women worse jobs39826.3
4) Series 4:P2 Series men better jobs37424.8
TOTAL1511100.0
109) RANDOMIZATION PRE P1 SERIES: Respondents were administered a P1 (race) income inequality series in 1 of 2 possible orders, randomly assigned. This order was used regardless of which P1 series was administered ('whites better/higher' or 'blacks worse/lower'). The orders were: 1. V234, V235, V238 TO 247; 2. V236, V237, V240 TO V245, V238, V239, V234, V235, V246, V247 (PRRAND20)
TOTAL%
1) Order 138552.1
2) Order 235447.9
Missing772 
TOTAL739100.0
110) RANDOMIZATION PRE P1k/m WORDING ORDER Respondents were randomly assigned to be administered 1. 'Whites' first, 'blacks' second 2. 'Blacks' first, 'whites' second [V249 AND V250] (PRRAND21)
TOTAL%
1) Whites first, blacks second36148.8
2) Blacks first, whites second37851.2
Missing772 
TOTAL739100.0
111) RANDOMIZATION PRE P2 SERIES: Respondents were administered a P2 (gender) income inequality series in 1 of 2 possible orders, randomly assigned. This order was used regardless of which P2 series was administered ('women worse/lower' or 'men better/higher'). The orders used were: 1. V251, V252, V255 TO V264; 2. V253, 254, V257 TO V262, V255, V256, V251, V252, V263, V264 (PRRAND22)
TOTAL%
1) Order 140452.3
2) Order 236847.7
Missing739 
TOTAL772100.0
112) RANDOMIZATION PRE P2k/m WORDING ORDER [V266, V267] (PRRAND23)
TOTAL%
1) Women first, men second36947.8
2) Men first, women second40352.2
Missing739 
TOTAL772100.0
113) RANDOMIZED ORDER Q1-Q2/Q3-Q4 [Q1 IS V268 AND V269; Q2 IS V270, V271, V272; Q3 IS V274 TO V284; Q4 IS V288 TO V291 (PRRAND24)
TOTAL%
1) Q2-Q4 first, Q1-Q2 second59450.0
2) Q1-Q2 first, Q3-Q4 second59350.0
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
114) RANDOMIZED ORDER PRE Q3d SERIES [Q3D SERIES IS V276 TO V279] ORDERS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. V276 TO V279 consecutively; 2. V278, V279, V276, V277 (PRRAND25)
TOTAL%
1) Order 158549.3
2) Order 260250.7
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
115) RANDOMIZED PRE Q3g WORDING: Respondents were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 possible wordings for Q3g (President Bush performance) in the Pre. [Q3G SERIES IS V281 TO V284] (PRRAND26)
TOTAL%
1) Handling war on terrorism77451.2
2) Responded to attack of September 1173748.8
TOTAL1511100.0
116) Panel respondents were randomly assigned to be administered Q4a4 (whether war against the Taliban worth the cost) either before or after Q4a5 (is Bin Laden still alive) in the Pre. [THESE ARE V288 AND V289] (PRRAND27)
TOTAL%
1) Q4A4 first, Q4A5 second60651.1
2) Q4A5 first, Q4A4 second58148.9
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
117) Some people don't pay much attention to political campaigns. How about you? Would you say that you have been very much interested, somewhat interested or not much interested in the political campaigns so far this year? (P_CMPGN)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Very much interested36724.3
3) Somewhat interested81153.7
5) Not much interested32621.6
8) Don't know20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
118) How many days in the PAST WEEK did you watch the NATIONAL network news on TV? (PNATNEW)
TOTAL%
0) None30920.5
1) One day1187.8
2) Two days16310.8
3) Three days16510.9
4) Four days936.2
5) Five days15110.0
6) Six days412.7
7) Every day46730.9
8) Don't know20.1
99) NA20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
119) How many days IN THE PAST WEEK did you watch the local TV news shows, either in the late afternoon or in the early-evening? (PLOCNEW)
TOTAL%
0) None27918.5
1) One day996.6
2) Two days1449.5
3) Three days15710.4
4) Four days1218.0
5) Five days18412.2
6) Six days684.5
7) Every day45530.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
99) NA20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
120) How many days IN THE PAST WEEK did you read a daily newspaper? (PNWSPAP)
TOTAL%
0) None32621.6
1) One day19212.7
2) Two days1449.5
3) Three days1167.7
4) Four days755.0
5) Five days875.8
6) Six days453.0
7) Every day52534.7
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
121) Do you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the way George W. Bush is HANDLING HIS JOB AS PRESIDENT? (BUSHAPP1)
TOTAL%
0) NA291.9
1) Approve100966.8
5) Disapprove43528.8
8) Don't know281.9
9) Refused100.7
TOTAL1511100.0
122) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING JOB AS PRESIDENT:/IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING JOB AS PRESIDENT: Do you [approve/disapprove] strongly or not strongly of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president? (BUSHAPP2)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Strongly96767.0
5) Not strongly46732.3
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1444100.0
123) SUMMARY: APPROVAL - GEORGE W. BUSH JOB AS PRESIDENT (BUSHAPP3)
TOTAL%
0) NA352.3
1) Approve strongly69145.7
2) Approve not strongly31020.5
4) Disapprove not strongly15710.4
5) Disapprove strongly27618.3
8) Don't know312.1
9) Refused110.7
TOTAL1511100.0
124) How much would you say that you personally care about the way the election to the U.S. House of Representatives comes out: do you care very much, pretty much, not very much or not at all? (HOUSECAR)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Very much46730.9
2) Pretty much64242.5
3) Not very much33622.2
4) Not at all583.8
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
125) Do you approve or disapprove of the way the U.S. Congress has been handling its job? (CONGAPP1)
TOTAL%
0) NA463.0
1) Approve88958.8
5) Disapprove52534.7
8) Don't know362.4
9) Refused151.0
TOTAL1511100.0
126) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES U.S. CONGRESS HANDLING ITS JOB:/IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES U.S. CONGRESS HANDLING ITS JOB: Do you [approve/disapprove] strongly or not strongly (CONGAPP2)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) Strongly58441.3
5) Not strongly82158.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing97 
TOTAL1414100.0
127) SUMMARY: APPROVAL OF CONGRESS HANDLING ITS JOB (CONGAPP3)
TOTAL%
0) NA533.5
1) Approve strongly29419.5
2) Approve not strongly58738.8
4) Disapprove not strongly23415.5
5) Disapprove strongly29019.2
8) Don't know372.4
9) Refused161.1
TOTAL1511100.0
128) I'd like to get your feelings toward some people in the news these days. I'll read the name of a person and I'll ask you to rate that person on a thermometer that runs from 0 to 100 degrees. Rating above 50 means that you feel favorable and warm toward the person. Rating below 50 means that you feel unfavorable and cool toward the person. Rating right at the 50-degree mark means you don't feel particularly warm or cold: -- THERMOMETER RATING: GEORGE W BUSH [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (BUSHTHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151167.96654
129) THERMOMETER RATING: DICK CHENEY [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (CHENTHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151199.411179
130) THERMOMETER RATING: AL GORE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (GORETHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151153.793
131) THERMOMETER RATING: JOSEPH LIEBERMAN [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LEIBTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 392.6
1) 40.3
2) 10.1
3) 30.2
5) 120.8
6) 10.1
10) 342.3
11) 10.1
15) 70.5
17) 10.1
20) 503.3
24) 10.1
25) 291.9
30) 503.3
32) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 151.0
39) 10.1
40) 1087.1
42) 20.1
45) 322.1
47) 10.1
48) 30.2
49) 50.3
50) 36824.4
51) 10.1
52) 30.2
53) 20.1
55) 231.5
57) 10.1
60) 1097.2
65) 352.3
70) 704.6
72) 10.1
73) 10.1
75) 855.6
78) 20.1
80) 412.7
81) 10.1
85) 100.7
90) 130.9
95) 20.1
98) 10.1
100) 50.3
887) 25016.5
888) 805.3
889) 30.2
999) 20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
132) THERMOMETER RATING: RALPH NADER [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (NADERTHR)
TOTAL%
0) 442.9
1) 70.5
2) 50.3
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 90.6
6) 10.1
8) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 483.2
15) 100.7
17) 10.1
20) 644.2
25) 422.8
30) 614.0
32) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 181.2
38) 10.1
40) 1067.0
45) 281.9
48) 30.2
49) 90.6
50) 42528.1
51) 20.1
52) 10.1
55) 241.6
56) 10.1
57) 10.1
60) 1268.3
65) 352.3
67) 10.1
70) 503.3
72) 10.1
75) 604.0
79) 10.1
80) 422.8
85) 140.9
88) 10.1
89) 10.1
90) 201.3
92) 10.1
95) 50.3
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 140.9
887) 15710.4
888) 583.8
889) 20.1
999) 20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
133) THERMOMETER RATING: BILL CLINTON [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (CLINTTHR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151157.062104
134) THERMOMETER RATING: COLIN POWELL [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (POWLTHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511101.282153
135) THERMOMETER RATING: JOHN ASHCROFT [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (ASHCTHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511235.95344
136) THERMOMETER RATING: JESSE JACKSON [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (JKSNTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 1499.9
1) 151.0
2) 50.3
3) 40.3
4) 10.1
5) 412.7
6) 40.3
8) 20.1
10) 865.7
12) 30.2
15) 221.5
16) 20.1
18) 10.1
20) 875.8
25) 654.3
28) 10.1
30) 1026.8
35) 312.1
38) 20.1
40) 16110.7
45) 432.8
46) 10.1
48) 20.1
49) 50.3
50) 29719.7
51) 70.5
53) 20.1
54) 10.1
55) 281.9
60) 875.8
62) 10.1
65) 211.4
68) 10.1
70) 523.4
72) 20.1
74) 10.1
75) 392.6
80) 402.6
85) 171.1
90) 130.9
92) 10.1
93) 10.1
95) 20.1
100) 100.7
887) 312.1
888) 171.1
889) 20.1
999) 30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
137) THERMOMETER RATING: LAURA BUSH [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LBSHTHER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1511102.592171
138) THERMOMETER RATING: HILLARY CLINTON [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (HLRYTHRM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151153.01581
139) Do you think it is better when one party controls both the presidency and Congress, better when control is split between the Democrats and Republicans, or doesn't matter? (PRTY_ONE)
TOTAL%
0) NA322.1
1) Better when one party controls both31520.8
3) Better when control is split88858.8
5) It doesn't matter26117.3
8) Don't know90.6
9) Refused60.4
TOTAL1511100.0
140) We hear a lot of talk these days about liberals and conservatives. When it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as extremely liberal, liberal, slightly liberal, moderate or middle of the road, slightly conservative, conservative, extremely conservative, or haven't you thought much about this? (LIBCON1)
TOTAL%
0) NA110.7
1) Extremely liberal231.5
2) Liberal18112.0
3) Slightly liberal1358.9
4) Moderate; middle of the road34022.5
5) Slightly conservative18612.3
6) Conservative31520.8
7) Extremely conservative654.3
8) Don't know80.5
9) Refused30.2
90) Haven't though much [do not probe]24416.1
TOTAL1511100.0
141) IF RESPONDENT LIB-CON SCALE SELF-PLACEMENT IS MODERATE or HAVEN'T THOUGHT/DK: If you had to choose, would you consider yourself a liberal or a conservative? (LIBCON2)
TOTAL%
0) NA91.5
1) Liberal22838.5
3) Conservative30651.7
5) Moderate111.9
7) R Refused to choose172.9
8) Don't know213.5
Missing919 
TOTAL592100.0
142) SUMMARY - liberal-conservative self-placement (LIBCON3)
TOTAL%
0) NA191.3
1) Liberal56737.5
3) Moderate201.3
5) Conservative87257.7
7) Refused to choose161.1
8) DK171.1
TOTAL1511100.0
143) We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and your family) are better off, worse off, or just about the same financially as you were a year ago? (BTRWRS1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Better31921.1
3) Worse43028.5
5) Same75449.9
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
144) IF RESPONDENT IS BETTER OFF FINANCIALLY THAN A YEAR AGO:/IF RESPONDENT IS WORSE OFF FINANCIALLY THAN A YEAR AGO:(Is that) much [better/worse] off or somewhat [better/worse] off? (BTRWRS2)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Much better885.9
2) Somewhat better22715.1
3) Same75450.2
4) Somewhat worse29719.8
5) Much worse1298.6
8) Don't know20.1
Missing8 
TOTAL1503100.0
145) Now thinking about the economy in the country as a whole, would you say that over the past year the nation's economy has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? (SECON1)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Better694.6
3) Same32121.2
5) Worse111273.6
8) Don't know30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
146) IF RESPONDENT SAYS ECONOMY HAS GOTTEN BETTER:/IF RESPONDENT SAYS ECONOMY HAS GOTTEN WORSE: (Would you say) much [better/worse] or somewhat [better/worse]? (SECON2)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Much better80.5
2) Somewhat better614.1
3) Same32121.4
4) Somewhat worse62741.7
5) Much worse48132.0
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing9 
TOTAL1502100.0
147) Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is HANDLING THE ECONOMY? (BUSHECO1)
TOTAL%
0) NA212.8
1) Approve38451.2
5) Disapprove33244.3
8) Don't know121.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing761 
TOTAL750100.0
148) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING THE ECONOMY:/IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING THE ECONOMY:(Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? (BUSHECO2)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.6
1) Strongly41057.3
5) Not strongly30041.9
8) Don't know20.3
Missing795 
TOTAL716100.0
149) Which party do you think would do a better job of HANDLING THE NATION'S ECONOMY... the [Democrats/Republicans], the Republicans/Democrats], or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (PRTYECO3)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Democrats45029.8
3) Republicans41627.5
5) Wouldn't be much difference / no difference59739.5
7) Neither party130.9
8) Don't know251.7
9) Refused40.3
TOTAL1511100.0
150) Turning to some other issues facing the country. During the past year, would you say that the United States' position in the world has grown weaker, stayed about the same, or has it grown stronger? (US_POSTN)
TOTAL%
0) NA80.5
1) Weaker49833.0
3) Stayed about the same45229.9
5) Stronger54235.9
8) Don't know80.5
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
151) Do you agree or disagree with this statement: 'This country would be better off if we just stayed home and did not concern ourselves with problems in other parts of the world.' (ISOLATE)
TOTAL%
0) NA342.3
1) Agree28518.9
5) Disagree117477.7
8) Don't know151.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
152) Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is HANDLING OUR RELATIONS WITH FOREIGN COUNTRIES? (BUSHFGN1)
TOTAL%
0) NA201.3
1) Approve91260.4
5) Disapprove55636.8
8) Don't know181.2
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1511100.0
153) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING FOREIGN RELATIONS:/IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING FOREIGN RELATIONS:(Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? (BUSHFGN2)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) Strongly95665.1
5) Not strongly50434.3
8) Don't know10.1
Missing43 
TOTAL1468100.0
154) SUMMARY - APPROVE GEORGE W. BUSH ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (BUSHFGN3)
TOTAL%
0) NA271.8
1) Approve strongly58638.8
2) Approve not strongly31921.1
4) Disapprove not strongly18512.2
5) Disapprove strongly37024.5
8) Don't know191.3
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1511100.0
155) Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a republican, a democrat, an independent, or what? (PARTY1)
TOTAL%
0) NA130.9
1) Democrat50233.2
2) Republican47431.4
3) Independent42928.4
4) Other party271.8
5) No preference593.9
8) Don't know50.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
156) IF RESPONDENT IDENTIFIES SELF AS A DEMOCRAT:/IF RESPONDENT IDENTIFIES SELF AS A REPUBLICAN: Would you call yourself a strong [democrat/republican] or a not very strong [democrat/republican]? (PARTY2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.3
1) Strong48649.8
5) Not very strong48549.7
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing535 
TOTAL976100.0
157) IF RESPONDENT IDENTIFIES AS INDEPENDENT/OTHER PARTY/NO PREFERENCE/DK: Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party or to the Democratic party? (PARTY3)
TOTAL%
0) NA142.7
1) Closer to Republican19737.9
3) Neither9518.3
5) Closer to Democratic20439.2
8) Don't know81.5
9) Refused20.4
Missing991 
TOTAL520100.0
158) SUMMARY - PARTY IDENTIFICATION (PARTY4)
TOTAL%
0) Strong Democrat24816.4
1) Weak Democrat25416.8
2) Independent - Democrat20413.5
3) Independent - Independent1026.8
4) Independent - Republican19713.0
5) Weak Republican23615.6
6) Strong Republican23815.8
7) Other; minor party; refuses to say100.7
8) Apolitical90.6
9) NA130.9
TOTAL1511100.0
159) In the PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you flown an American flag or displayed the flag in some other way, such as in a window, or on your car, or on a T-shirt or other piece of clothing? (FLAG_FLY)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes66887.0
5) No9912.9
Missing743 
TOTAL768100.0
160) Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with this statement: 'There are some things about America today that make me feel ashamed of America.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? (US_SHAME)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Agree32842.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree9512.4
5) Disagree33944.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused30.4
Missing743 
TOTAL768100.0
161) Do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush is HANDLING THE ECONOMY? (BUSHECO3)
TOTAL%
0) NA91.2
1) Approve42155.3
5) Disapprove30339.8
8) Don't know182.4
9) Refused101.3
Missing750 
TOTAL761100.0
162) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING THE ECONOMY:/IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH HANDLING THE ECONOMY:(Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? (BUSHECO4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly39654.7
5) Not strongly32745.2
8) Don't know10.1
Missing787 
TOTAL724100.0
163) SUMMARY - APPROVE GEORGE W. BUSH ON ECONOMY (BUSHECON)
TOTAL%
0) NA342.3
1) Approve strongly38625.5
2) Approve not strongly41527.5
4) Disapprove not strongly21214.0
5) Disapprove strongly42027.8
8) Don't know332.2
9) Refused110.7
TOTAL1511100.0
164) In the U.S. today, a poor person has the same chance of getting a fair trial as a wealthy person does'. Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? (TRIALFAI)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Agree20013.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree1348.9
5) Disagree116577.1
8) Don't know70.5
TOTAL1511100.0
165) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- BUILDING AND REPAIRING HIGHWAYS (FED_SP1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased26534.4
2) Decreased567.3
3) Kept about the same44758.0
9) Refused10.1
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
166) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- AIDS RESEARCH (FED_SP2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) Increased30239.2
2) Decreased668.6
3) Kept about the same39250.8
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know60.8
9) Refused10.1
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
167) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- WELFARE PROGRAMS (FED_SP3)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased16421.3
2) Decreased19825.7
3) Kept about the same39551.2
4) Cut out entirely30.4
8) Don't know70.9
9) Refused20.3
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
168) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PUBLIC SCHOOLS (FED_SP4)
TOTAL%
1) Increased28772.7
2) Decreased174.3
3) Kept about the same9123.0
Missing1116 
TOTAL395100.0
169) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- BIG CITY SCHOOLS (FED_SP5)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Increased20053.2
2) Decreased338.8
3) Kept about the same13235.1
4) Cut out entirely10.3
8) Don't know82.1
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
170) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- DEALING WITH CRIME (FED_SP6)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.6
1) Increased47561.6
2) Decreased314.0
3) Kept the same25633.2
8) Don't know30.4
9) Refused10.1
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
171) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- CHILD CARE (FED_SP7)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.5
1) Increased43956.9
2) Decreased496.4
3) Kept about the same27535.7
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused20.3
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
172) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- HOMELAND SECURITY (FED_SP8)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Increased23763.5
2) Decreased215.6
3) Kept about the same10929.2
8) Don't know41.1
Missing1138 
TOTAL373100.0
173) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- THE WAR ON TERRORISM (FED_SP9)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Increased23458.8
2) Decreased348.5
3) Kept about the same12431.2
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused10.3
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
174) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (FED_SP10)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased27535.7
2) Decreased769.9
3) Kept about the same40552.5
8) Don't know101.3
9) Refused30.4
Missing740 
TOTAL771100.0
175) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (FED_SP11)
TOTAL%
1) Increased29940.4
2) Decreased729.7
3) Kept about the same36749.6
8) Don't know20.3
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
176) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- AID TO POOR PEOPLE (FED_SP12)
TOTAL%
1) Increased18852.2
2) Decreased246.7
3) Kept about the same14339.7
4) Cut out entirely10.3
8) Don't know41.1
Missing1151 
TOTAL360100.0
177) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- AID TO THE WORKING POOR (FED_SP13)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Increased22960.3
2) Decreased133.4
3) Kept about the same13034.2
8) Don't know61.6
Missing1131 
TOTAL380100.0
178) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FOREIGN AID (FED_SP14)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.8
1) Increased709.5
2) Decreased31742.8
3) Kept about the same33845.7
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know60.8
9) Refused20.3
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
179) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- SOCIAL SECURITY (FED_SP15)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased46462.7
2) Decreased192.6
3) Kept about the same24833.5
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know50.7
9) Refused10.1
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
180) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- TIGHTENING BORDER SECURITY (FED_SP16)
TOTAL%
1) Increased50868.6
2) Decreased486.5
3) Kept about the same17924.2
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused20.3
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
181) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- AID TO BLACKS (FED_SP17)
TOTAL%
0) NA111.5
1) Increased15120.4
2) Decreased11815.9
3) Kept about the same43859.2
4) Cut out entirely10.1
8) Don't know60.8
9) Refused152.0
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
182) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PREVENTING INFANT MORTALITY (FEDSP18)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) Increased36449.2
2) Decreased385.1
3) Kept about the same31041.9
4) Cut out entirely20.3
8) Don't know182.4
9) Refused50.7
Missing771 
TOTAL740100.0
183) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- EARLY EDUCATION FOR POOR CHILDREN (FED_SP19)
TOTAL%
1) Increased26572.4
2) Decreased82.2
3) Kept about the same9225.1
9) Refused10.3
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
184) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- EARLY EDUCATION FOR BLACK CHILDREN (FED_SP20)
TOTAL%
0) NA133.5
1) Increased18750.0
2) Decreased297.8
3) Kept about the same14037.4
4) Cut out entirely10.3
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused20.5
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
185) Do you think the difference in incomes between rich people and poor people in the United States today is larger, smaller, or about the same as it was 20 years ago? (INCINEQ1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Larger114175.5
3) Smaller1127.4
5) About the same23715.7
8) Don't know181.2
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
186) IF RESPONDENT SAYS GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR LARGER THAN 20 YEARS AGO:/IF RESPONDENT SAYS GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR SMALLER THAN 20 YEARS AGO:(Would you say the difference in incomes is) much [larger/smaller] or somewhat [larger/smaller]? (INCINEQ2)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Much larger66544.6
2) Somewhat larger46931.5
3) About the same23715.9
4) Somewhat smaller865.8
5) Much smaller261.7
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused20.1
Missing21 
TOTAL1490100.0
187) IF RESPONDENT SAYS GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR LARGER THAN 20 YEARS AGO:/IF RESPONDENT SAYS GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR SMALLER THAN 20 YEARS AGO: Do you think this is a good thing, a bad thing, or haven't you thought about it? (INCINEQ3)
TOTAL%
0) NA110.9
1) Good thing1128.9
3) Bad thing69455.4
7) Haven't thought42634.0
8) Don't know70.6
9) Refused30.2
Missing258 
TOTAL1253100.0
188) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2a ADMINISTRATION: In America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. WHY do you think that is -- why do some Americans have better jobs and higher incomes than others do? (JOB_INC1)
TOTAL%
1) Text present41099.5
5) No text present20.5
Missing1099 
TOTAL412100.0
189) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2b ADMINISTRATION: In America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. WHY do you think that is -- why do some Americans have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do? (JOB_INC2)
TOTAL%
1) Text present37496.9
5) No text present123.1
Missing1125 
TOTAL386100.0
190) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people have more in-born ability to learn.' (JOB_INC3)
TOTAL%
1) Very important12836.9
3) Somewhat important12937.2
5) Not important at all8925.6
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
191) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because discrimination holds some people back.' (JOB_INC4)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.2
1) Very important9126.2
3) Somewhat important15544.7
5) Not important at all9025.9
7) Statement isn't true at all30.9
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused20.6
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
192) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people just don't work as hard.' (JBINCWH1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.9
1) Very important15444.4
3) Somewhat important13338.3
5) Not important at all5315.3
7) Statement isn't true at all20.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused10.3
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
193) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people don't get a chance to get a good education.' (JBINCWH2)
TOTAL%
1) Very important19155.0
3) Somewhat important11132.0
5) Not important at all3911.2
7) Statement isn't true at all30.9
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused10.3
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
194) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people just choose low-paying jobs.' (JBINCWH3)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.9
1) Very important7220.7
3) Somewhat important11633.4
5) Not important at all14140.6
7) Statement isn't true at all102.9
8) Don't know30.9
9) Refused20.6
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
195) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because government policies have helped high-income workers more.' (JBINCWH4)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important9427.1
3) Somewhat important11934.3
5) Not important at all11733.7
7) Statement isn't true at all72.0
8) Don't know72.0
9) Refused10.3
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
196) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR L2c ADMINISTRATION: Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because God made people different from one another.' (JBINCWH5)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.7
1) Very important8123.3
3) Somewhat important6518.7
5) Not important at all18453.0
7) Statement isn't true at all72.0
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused30.9
Missing1164 
TOTAL347100.0
197) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people have more in-born ability to learn.' (JBINCWH6)
TOTAL%
1) Very important12534.2
3) Somewhat important15041.0
5) Not important at all8222.4
7) Statement isn't true at all51.4
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused10.3
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
198) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because discrimination holds some people back.' (JBINCWH7)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important9325.4
3) Somewhat important17748.4
5) Not important at all8824.0
7) Statement isn't true at all41.1
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused10.3
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
199) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people just don't work as hard.' (JBINCWH8)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important17547.8
3) Somewhat important13637.2
5) Not important at all4813.1
7) Statement isn't true at all30.8
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
200) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people don't get a chance to get a good education.' (JBINCWH9)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.6
1) Very important20355.5
3) Somewhat important11230.6
5) Not important at all3710.1
7) Statement isn't true at all41.1
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused30.8
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
201) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because some people just choose low-paying jobs.' (JBINWH10)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.6
1) Very important7019.1
3) Somewhat important13938.0
5) Not important at all13837.7
7) Statement isn't true at all92.5
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused10.3
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
202) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because government policies have helped high-income workers more.' (JBINWH11)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important9225.1
3) Somewhat important12734.7
5) Not important at all12734.7
7) Statement isn't true at all92.5
8) Don't know51.4
9) Refused30.8
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
203) Next, we'd like to know WHY you think it is, that in America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. I'm going to read you some possible explanations, and I want you to tell me how important you think each is: -- 'Because God made people different from one another.' (JBINWH12)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important7921.6
3) Somewhat important9526.0
5) Not important at all17648.1
7) Statement isn't true at all71.9
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused20.5
Missing1145 
TOTAL366100.0
204) Which political party do you think is generally better for [poor/rich] people - the democrats, the republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (PRTYPOO1)
TOTAL%
0) NA80.5
1) Democrats78351.8
3) Republicans1308.6
5) Not much difference57438.0
8) Don't know120.8
9) Refused40.3
TOTAL1511100.0
205) And which party do you think is generally better for [rich/poor] people - the democrats, the republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (PRTYPOO2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Democrats825.4
3) Republicas84555.9
5) Not much different56037.1
8) Don't know161.1
9) Refused50.3
TOTAL1511100.0
206) Do you feel you are asked to pay MORE THAN YOU SHOULD in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than you should? (TAXMUCH)
TOTAL%
0) NA161.1
1) More than should pay72047.7
3) About right69445.9
5) Less than should pay553.6
7) Don't pay at all221.5
8) Don't know40.3
TOTAL1511100.0
207) What about rich people? Do you feel rich people are asked to pay MORE THAN THEY SHOULD in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than they should? (TAXRICH)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) More than should pay22615.0
3) About right44429.4
5) Less than should pay81253.7
8) Don't know221.5
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
208) What about poor people? Do you feel poor people are asked to pay MORE THAN THEY SHOULD in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than they should? (TAXPOOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) More than should pay64442.6
3) About right70246.5
5) Less than should pay1218.0
7) Don't pay at all140.9
8) Don't know221.5
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
209) Over the last year, investigations into a number of large corporations such as Enron have found top executives to have exaggerated profits through shady accounting procedures. The executives received huge bonuses, but their companies went bankrupt and workers lost their jobs and retirement savings. How much attention would you say you've paid to those stories -- quite a lot, some, just a little, or none at all? (CORPSCA1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Quite a lot89659.3
2) Some44129.2
3) Just a little1369.0
4) None352.3
8) Don't know10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
210) IF RESPONDENT PAID ATTENTION TO CORPORATE SCANDALS: Have these stories ever made you angry? (CORPSCA2)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) Yes129688.0
5) No16811.4
9) Refused20.1
Missing38 
TOTAL1473100.0
211) IF RESPONDENT PAID ATTENTION TO CORPORATE SCANDALS: How common do you think this problem is today: would you say it affects NEARLY ALL large U.S. companies, many, some, or just a few? (CORPSCA3)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Nearly all16811.4
2) Many75651.3
3) Some40727.6
4) Just a few1349.1
7) Haven't thought about it10.1
8) Don't know60.4
Missing38 
TOTAL1473100.0
212) Which party do you think would do a better job making sure that these problems (CORP SCANDALS) do not continue to happen, the [Democrats/ Republicans], the [Republicans/Democrats], or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (CORPSCA4)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Democrats28018.5
3) Republicans17411.5
5) Wouldn't be much different103568.5
7) Neither30.2
8) Don't know130.9
TOTAL1511100.0
213) As you may recall, [Congress passed/President Bush signed] a big tax cut last year. Did you favor or oppose the tax cut, or is this something you haven't thought about? (TAXCUT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor67344.5
5) Oppose31220.6
7) Other/depends/neither70.5
8) Don't know110.7
9) Refused10.1
90) Haven't thought about it50433.4
TOTAL1511100.0
214) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'CONGRESS' WORDING: As you may recall, [Congress passed/President Bush signed] a big tax cut last year. Did you favor or oppose the tax cut, or is this something you haven't thought about? (TAX_CUT2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor31841.9
5) Oppose15320.2
7) Other/depends/neither50.7
8) Don't know70.9
90) Haven't thought about it27536.2
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
215) M2a IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'PRESIDENT BUSH' WORDING: As you may recall, [Congress passed/President Bush signed] a big tax cut last year. Did you favor or oppose the tax cut, or is this something you haven't thought about? (TAX_CUT3)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Favor35547.2
5) Oppose15921.1
7) Other/depends/neither20.3
8) Don't know40.5
9) Refused10.1
90) Haven't thought about it22930.5
Missing759 
TOTAL752100.0
216) IF RESPONDENT FAVORED TAX CUT LAST YEAR:/IF RESPONDENT OPPOSED TAX CUT LAST YEAR: Did you [favor/oppose] the tax cut strongly or not strongly? (TAX_CUT4)
TOTAL%
0) NA111.1
1) Strongly64465.4
5) Not strongly33033.5
Missing526 
TOTAL985100.0
217) SUMMARY - APPROVE LAST YEAR'S TAX CUT (COMBINED WORDING) (TAX_CUT5)
TOTAL%
0) NA140.9
1) Approve strongly43428.7
2) Approve not strongly23315.4
4) Disapprove not strongly976.4
5) Disapproves strongly21013.9
6) Other; depends; neither70.5
7) Haven't thought about it50433.4
8) Don't know in110.7
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
218) DEMOCRATIC PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT: COMBINED WORDING Do you happen to remember - did the Democratic Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? (TAX_CUT6)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Favor15210.1
5) Oppose73948.9
7) Other30.2
8) Don't know362.4
9) Refused20.1
80) Don't remember57538.1
TOTAL1511100.0
219) DEMOCRATIC PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT - CONGRESS WORDING Do you happen to remember - did the Democratic Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? (TAX_CUT7)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Favor8711.5
5) Oppose33744.4
7) Other20.3
8) Don't know162.1
9) Refused10.1
80) Don't remember31441.4
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
220) Do you happen to remember - did the Democratic Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? DEMOCRATIC PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT - BUSH WORDING (TAX_CUT8)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Favor658.6
5) Oppose40253.5
7) Other30.4
8) Don't know182.4
9) Refused10.1
80) Don't remember26134.7
Missing759 
TOTAL752100.0
221) What about the Republican Party - did the Republican Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? REPUBLICAN PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT: COMBINED WORDING (TAX_CUT9)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Favor94062.2
5) Oppose926.1
7) Other30.2
8) Don't know473.1
9) Refused10.1
80) Don't remember42628.2
TOTAL1511100.0
222) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'CONGRESS' WORDING: What about the Republican Party - did the Republican Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? REPUBLICAN PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT - CONGRESS WORDING (TAXCUT10)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor46260.9
5) Oppose445.8
7) Other10.1
8) Don't know202.6
80) Don't remember23130.4
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
223) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'PRESIDENT BUSH' WORDING: What about the Republican Party - did the Republican Party favor or oppose the tax cut that [Congress passed/President Bush signed] last year? REPUBLICAN PARTY FAVOR TAX CUT - BUSH WORDING (TAXCUT11)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor47863.6
5) Oppose486.4
7) Other30.4
8) Don't know263.5
9) Refused10.1
80) Don't remember19525.9
Missing759 
TOTAL752100.0
224) How important is this issue to you personally - very important, somewhat important, or not important at all? IMPORTANCE OF TAX CUT TO RESPONDENT (TAXCUT12)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Very important44729.6
3) Somewhat important85656.7
5) Not important at all20013.2
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
225) Has this issue ever made you angry? TAX CUT EVER MADE RESPONDENT ANGRY (TAXCUT13)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Yes49132.5
5) No100466.4
8) Don't know100.7
TOTAL1511100.0
226) Do you consider religion to be an important part of your life, or not? (RELIGIMP)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Important115176.2
5) Not important35323.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
227) IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS RELIGION IMPORTANT: Would you say your religion provides some guidance in your day-to-day living, quite a bit of guidance, or a great deal of guidance in your day-to-day life? (RELIGGDE)
TOTAL%
0) NA100.9
1) Some26823.3
3) Quite a bit29025.2
5) A great deal58350.7
Missing360 
TOTAL1151100.0
228) Lots of things come up that keep people from attending religious services even if they want to. Thinking about your life these days, do you ever attend religious services, apart from occasional weddings, baptisms, or funerals? (ATTEND1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes106470.4
5) No44029.1
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
229) IF RESPONDENT EVER ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES: Do you go to religious services every week, almost every week, once or twice a month, a few times a year, or never? (ATTEND2)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.6
1) Every week41438.9
2) Almost every week21420.1
3) Once or twice a month24122.7
4) A few times a year18217.1
5) Never60.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing447 
TOTAL1064100.0
230) IF RESPONDENT EVER ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES: IF RESPONDENT ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES EVERY WEEK: Would you say you go to religious services once a week or more often than once a week? (ATTEND3)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.2
1) Once a week21551.9
2) More often than once a week19446.9
Missing1097 
TOTAL414100.0
231) Aside from attending services, in the PAST SIX MONTHS have you been an active member at your place of worship - I mean, have you done things like serve on committees, give time for special projects, or help organize meetings? (RELACT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes48532.1
5) No102167.6
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
232) IF RESPONDENT REPORTS BEING AN ACTIVE MEMBER AT RESPONDENT'S PLACE OF WORSHIP: As part of these activities, have you planned or chaired a meeting (in the last six months)? (RELACT2)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.4
1) Yes23147.6
5) No25151.8
8) Don't know10.2
Missing1026 
TOTAL485100.0
233) IF RESPONDENT REPORTS BEING AN ACTIVE MEMBER AT RESPONDENT'S PLACE OF WORSHIP: (As part of these activities,) have you given a presentation or speech (in the last six months)? (RELACT3)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.4
1) Yes21544.3
5) No26654.8
8) Don't know10.2
9) Refused10.2
Missing1026 
TOTAL485100.0
234) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because whites have more in-born ability to learn'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (INC_RACE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important215.6
3) Somewhat important4612.2
5) Not important at all26069.1
7) Statement isn't true379.8
8) Don't know61.6
9) Refused30.8
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
235) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because whites have more in-born ability to learn'. (Would you say that this is VERY important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACE_LRN)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.4
1) Very important277.4
3) Somewhat important5515.2
5) Not important at all24266.7
7) Statement isn't true328.8
8) Don't know20.6
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
236) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because discrimination holds blacks back'. (Would you say that this is VERY important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEDIS1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important6016.0
3) Somewhat important20253.7
5) Not important at all10227.1
7) Statement isn't true82.1
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused20.5
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
237) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because discrimination holds blacks back'. (Would you say that this is VERY important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEDIS2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important6417.6
3) Somewhat important17548.2
5) Not important at all10729.5
7) Statement isn't true133.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused20.6
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
238) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because blacks just don't work as hard'.(Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEWRK1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important369.6
3) Somewhat important8221.8
5) Not important at all20454.3
7) Statement isn't true4211.2
8) Don't know51.3
9) Refused30.8
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
239) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because blacks just don't work as hard'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEWRK2)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.4
1) Very important4111.3
3) Somewhat important7620.9
5) Not important at all19654.0
7) Statement isn't true4011.0
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused20.6
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
240) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because blacks don't get a chance to get a good education'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than whites/blacks] do?) (RACEEDU1)
TOTAL%
0) NA71.9
1) Very important10427.7
3) Somewhat important14739.1
5) Not important at all9425.0
7) Statement isn't true195.1
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused20.5
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
241) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because blacks don't get a chance to get a good education'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEEDU2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important10027.5
3) Somewhat important13136.1
5) Not important at all10228.1
7) Statement isn't true246.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused20.6
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
242) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because blacks just choose low-paying jobs'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEJBS1)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.6
1) Very important3910.4
3) Somewhat important10126.9
5) Not important at all19752.4
7) Statement isn't true287.4
8) Don't know41.1
9) Refused10.3
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
243) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because blacks just choose low-paying jobs'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEJBS2)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.7
1) Very important318.5
3) Somewhat important8724.0
5) Not important at all19954.8
7) Statement isn't true318.5
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused61.7
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
244) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because government policies have helped whites more'. (Would you say that this is VERY important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEGOV1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important4311.4
3) Somewhat important10628.2
5) Not important at all17646.8
7) Statement isn't true359.3
8) Don't know112.9
9) Refused10.3
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
245) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING:[The first is:/(Next:)]'Because government policies have helped whites more'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEGOV2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important4211.6
3) Somewhat important8924.5
5) Not important at all18450.7
7) Statement isn't true359.6
8) Don't know71.9
9) Refused30.8
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
246) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WHITES BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because God made people different from one another'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEGOD1)
TOTAL%
0) NA92.4
1) Very important3810.1
3) Somewhat important349.0
5) Not important at all25567.8
7) Statement isn't true328.5
8) Don't know41.1
9) Refused41.1
Missing1135 
TOTAL376100.0
247) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'BLACKS WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because God made people different from one another'. (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [blacks/ whites] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [whites/blacks] do?) (RACEGOD2)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.7
1) Very important4211.6
3) Somewhat important5114.0
5) Not important at all23163.6
7) Statement isn't true256.9
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused51.4
Missing1148 
TOTAL363100.0
248) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following: 'In the U.S. today, a black person has the same chance of getting a fair trial as a white person does.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? (BLKTRIAL)
TOTAL%
0) NA162.2
1) Agree27937.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree15120.4
5) Disagree29039.2
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing772 
TOTAL739100.0
249) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: Which political party do you think is generally better for [white/black] people - the Democrats, the Republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (RACEPRT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Democrats395.3
3) Republicans16021.7
5) Not much difference between them53272.0
8) Don't know30.4
9) Refused30.4
Missing772 
TOTAL739100.0
250) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE SERIES: And which party do you think is generally better for [black/white] people - the Democrats, the Republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (RACEPRT2)
TOTAL%
1) Democrats30441.1
3) Republicans364.9
5) Not much difference between them38752.4
8) Don't know70.9
9) Refused50.7
Missing772 
TOTAL739100.0
251) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because men have more in-born ability to learn' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRLRN1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Very important205.0
3) Somewhat important4711.8
5) Not important at all28471.4
7) Statement isn't true4010.1
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused30.8
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
252) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because men have more in-born ability to learn' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRLRN2)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Very important328.6
3) Somewhat important308.0
5) Not important at all27072.2
7) Statement isn't true369.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused30.8
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
253) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)]'Because discrimination holds women back' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRDIS1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.0
1) Very important15438.7
3) Somewhat important17143.0
5) Not important at all6115.3
7) Statement isn't true41.0
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused20.5
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
254) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because discrimination holds women back' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and[lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRDIS2)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.3
1) Very important14739.3
3) Somewhat important14939.8
5) Not important at all6918.4
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused30.8
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
255) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING:[The first is:/(Next:)]'Because women just don't work as hard'(Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRWRK1)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.3
1) Very important4010.1
3) Somewhat important348.5
5) Not important at all25564.1
7) Statement isn't true at all5714.3
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused41.0
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
256) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because women just don't work as hard' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRWRK2)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important359.4
3) Somewhat important3910.4
5) Not important at all24264.7
7) Statement isn't true at all5113.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused20.5
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
257) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because women don't get a chance to get a good education' (Would you say that this is Very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDREDU1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.5
1) Very important6115.3
3) Somewhat important11929.9
5) Not important at all17243.2
7) Statement isn't true at all399.8
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused30.8
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
258) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING:[The first is:/(Next:)]'Because women don't get a chance to get a good education'(Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than men/women] do?) (GNDREDU2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important7921.1
3) Somewhat important7820.9
5) Not important at all18649.7
7) Statement isn't true at all246.4
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused20.5
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
259) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because women just choose low-paying jobs' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRJB1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.0
1) Very important4110.3
3) Somewhat important8922.4
5) Not important at all21955.0
7) Statement isn't true at all399.8
8) Don't know41.0
9) Refused20.5
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
260) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because women just choose low-paying jobs' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRJB2)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important4812.8
3) Somewhat important9425.1
5) Not important at all19351.6
7) Statement isn't true at all328.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused20.5
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
261) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because government policies have helped men more' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRGOV1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.8
1) Very important9523.9
3) Somewhat important12330.9
5) Not important at all14736.9
7) Statement isn't true at all174.3
8) Don't know102.5
9) Refused30.8
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
262) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because government policies have helped men more' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRGOV2)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.1
1) Very important8221.9
3) Somewhat important12433.2
5) Not important at all14037.4
7) Statement isn't true at all154.0
8) Don't know61.6
9) Refused30.8
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
263) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WOMEN WORSE JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because God made people different from one another' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRGOD1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.0
1) Very important5313.3
3) Somewhat important6516.3
5) Not important at all24661.8
7) Statement isn't true at all205.0
8) Don't know30.8
9) Refused71.8
Missing1113 
TOTAL398100.0
264) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'MEN BETTER JOBS-INCOME' WORDING: [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because God made people different from one another' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why [women/ men] tend to have [worse/better] jobs and [lower/higher] incomes than [men/women] do?) (GNDRGOD2)
TOTAL%
0) NA51.3
1) Very important5213.9
3) Somewhat important5815.5
5) Not important at all23362.3
7) Statement isn't true at all215.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused41.1
Missing1137 
TOTAL374100.0
265) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following: 'In the U.S. today, a woman has the same chance of a getting a fair trial as a man does.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? (GNDRTRIA)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.5
1) Agree50965.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree14518.8
5) Disagree11114.4
8) Don't know30.4
Missing739 
TOTAL772100.0
266) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: Which political party do you think is generally better for [women/men] - the Democrats, the Republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (GNDRPRT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Democrats21928.4
3) Republicans526.7
5) Not much difference between them49263.7
8) Don't know70.9
9) Refused10.1
Missing739 
TOTAL772100.0
267) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER SERIES: And which party do you think is generally better for [men/women] - the Democrats, the Republicans, or is there not much difference between them? (GNDRPRT2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Democrats476.1
3) Republicans15920.6
5) Not much difference between them55672.0
8) Don't know60.8
9) Refused30.4
Missing739 
TOTAL772100.0
268) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Now I'd like to ask you a few questions about the 2000 Presidential election. In 2000 George W. Bush ran on the Republican ticket against Al Gore for the Democrats, and Ralph Nader as a third party candidate. Do you remember for sure whether or not you voted in that election? (VOTED)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, voted98583.0
5) No, didn't vote18415.5
8) Don't vote181.5
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
269) IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN THE 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Which one did you vote for? (WHO_VOTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Al Gore43143.8
3) George W. Bush50251.0
5) Ralph Nader323.2
7) Other [Specify]80.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused101.0
Missing526 
TOTAL985100.0
270) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Whether or not you voted, you might remember that the 2000 presidential election ended in a big controversy. What do you remember most about that? (VOTE_REM)
TOTAL%
1) Text present116698.2
5) No text present211.8
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
271) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: All things considered, would you say that the 2000 presidential election was decided in a way that was FAIR or UNFAIR? (ELECFAI1)
TOTAL%
0) NA90.8
1) Fair70259.1
5) Unfair46038.8
8) Don't know131.1
9) Refused30.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
272) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: IF RESPONDENT FELT 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OUTCOME WAS FAIR/IF RESPONDENT FELT 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OUTCOME WAS UNFAIR: Do you feel strongly or not strongly that it was [fair/unfair]? (ELECFAI2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.3
1) Strongly84873.0
5) Not strongly30826.5
8) Don't know30.3
Missing349 
TOTAL1162100.0
273) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: All things considered, would you say that the 2000 presidential election was decided in a way that was FAIR or UNFAIR? Do you feel strongly or not strongly that it was [fair/unfair]? SUMMARY: FAIRNESS OF 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION (ELECFAI3)
TOTAL%
0) NA121.0
1) Approve strongly47840.3
2) Approve not strongly22018.5
4) Disapprove not strongly887.4
5) Disapprove strongly37031.2
8) Don't know161.3
9) Refused30.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
274) As you know, on September 11th 2001, a group of terrorists took control of several U.S. commercial airplanes and crashed them into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington. Did you happen to see the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on live television AS IT WAS ACTUALLY HAPPENING? (SEE_911)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83470.3
5) No34629.1
7) Respondent witnessed in person10.1
8) Don't know60.5
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
275) What do you think the terrorists were trying to accomplish by their actions? (TERR_ACC)
TOTAL%
1) Text present116398.0
5) No text present242.0
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
276) Would you say that U.S. support of Israel is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for the terrorist attack on September 11? (ISRAELTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.3
1) Very important55146.4
3) Somewhat important46339.0
5) Not important at all14812.5
8) Don't know181.5
9) Refused40.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
277) Would you say that Desert Storm is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for the terrorist attack on September 11? (DESSTR_T)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.2
1) Very important38432.4
3) Somewhat important52043.8
5) Not important at all25721.7
7) Statement isn't true10.1
8) Don't know231.9
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
278) Would you say that a religious war is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for the terrorist attack on September 11? (RELTEROR)
TOTAL%
0) NA80.7
1) Very important38632.5
3) Somewhat important38332.3
5) Not important at all38732.6
7) Statement isn't true30.3
8) Don't know181.5
9) Refused20.2
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
279) 'Because the terrorists believe that America is immoral' (Would you say that this belief about America is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for the terrorist attack on September 11?) (IMMORTER)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.6
1) Very Important49041.3
3) Somewhat important39633.4
5) Not important at all25621.6
7) Statement isn't true151.3
8) Don't know171.4
9) Refused60.5
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
280) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: How likely do you think it is that the U.S. will suffer an attack as serious as the one in New York and Washington some time in the next 12 months? Would you say very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely, or very unlikely? (ATTACKAG)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.6
1) Very likely22719.1
2) Somewhat likely56447.5
3) Somewhat unlikely28824.3
4) Very unlikely958.0
8) Don't know50.4
9) Refused10.1
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
281) All things considered, do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush [is handling the war on terrorism/has responded to the terrorist attack of September 11]? (BUSHTER1)
TOTAL%
0) NA130.9
1) Approve118078.1
5) Disapprove30019.9
8) Don't know151.0
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
282) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WAR ON TERRORISM' WORDING: All things considered, do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush [is handling the war on terrorism/has responded to the terrorist attack of September 11]? (BUSHTER2)
TOTAL%
0) NA81.0
1) Approve57273.9
5) Disapprove18223.5
8) Don't know101.3
9) Refused20.3
Missing737 
TOTAL774100.0
283) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'RESPONDED TO 9/11' WORDING: All things considered, do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush [is handling the war on terrorism/has responded to the terrorist attack of September 11]? (BUSHTER3)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.7
1) Approve60882.5
5) Disapprove11816.0
8) Don't know50.7
9) Refused10.1
Missing774 
TOTAL737100.0
284) IF RESPONDENT APPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH ON 9-11/WAR ON TERRORISM: / IF RESPONDENT DISAPPROVES GEORGE W. BUSH ON 9-11/WAR ON TERRORISM:(Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? (BUSHTER4)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Strongly109173.7
5) Not strongly38425.9
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing31 
TOTAL1480100.0
285) All things considered, do you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the way George W. Bush [is handling the war on terrorism/has responded to the terrorist attack of September 11]? (Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? SUMMARY: APPROVE BUSH ON TERRORISM/SEPT 11 RESPONSE (COMBINED) (BUSHTER5)
TOTAL%
0) NA140.9
1) Approve strongly89559.2
2) Approve not strongly28318.7
4) Disapprove not strongly1016.7
5) Disapprove strongly19613.0
8) Don't know181.2
9) Refused40.3
TOTAL1511100.0
286) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'WAR ON TERRORISM' WORDING: All things considered, do you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the way George W. Bush is handling the war on terrorism? (Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? SUMMARY: APPROVE BUSH ON 'WAR ON TERRORISM' (BUSHTER6)
TOTAL%
0) NA91.2
1) Approve strongly42354.7
2) Approve not strongly14819.1
4) Disapprove not strongly617.9
5) Disapprove strongly11815.2
8) Don't know121.6
9) Refused30.4
Missing737 
TOTAL774100.0
287) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'RESPONDED TO 9/11' WORDING: All things considered, do you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the way George W. Bush has responded to the terrorist attack of September 11]? (Do you [approve/disapprove]) strongly or not strongly? SUMMARY: APPROVE BUSH ON 'RESPONSE TO 9/11' (BUSHTER7)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.7
1) Approve strongly47264.0
2) Approve not strongly13518.3
4) Disapprove not strongly405.4
5) Disapprove strongly7810.6
8) Don't know60.8
9) Refused10.1
Missing774 
TOTAL737100.0
288) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Taking everything into account, do you think the U.S. war against the Taliban government in Afghanistan was worth the cost or not? (BUSHTER8)
TOTAL%
0) NA90.8
1) Worth it94879.9
5) Not worth it20217.0
8) Don't know252.1
9) Refused30.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
289) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Do you think Osama bin Laden is still alive? (OSAMALIV)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.5
1) Yes87173.4
5) No22318.8
8) Don't know847.1
9) Refused30.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
290) As you may know, President Bush and his top advisers are discussing the possibility of taking military action against Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from power. Do you favor or oppose military action against Iraq -- or is this something you haven't thought about? (FAVORWA1)
TOTAL%
0) NA171.4
1) Favor63753.7
5) Oppose33428.1
7) Other; depends413.5
8) Don't know171.4
9) Refused30.3
90) Haven't thought about it13811.6
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
291) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: IF RESPONDENT FAVORS OR OPPOSES MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ: Do you [favor/oppose] this policy strongly or not strongly? (FAVORWA2)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.4
1) Strongly71273.4
5) Not strongly25326.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing541 
TOTAL970100.0
292) As you may know, President Bush and his top advisers are discussing the possibility of taking military action against Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from power. Do you FAVOR or OPPOSE military action against Iraq -- or is this something you haven't thought about? Do you [favor/oppose] this policy strongly or not strongly? SUMMARY: FAVOR/OPPOSE MILITARY ACTION AGAINST IRAQ (FAVORWA3)
TOTAL%
0) NA211.8
1) Approve strongly48040.4
2) Approve not strongly15413.0
4) Disapprove not strongly998.3
5) Disapprove strongly23219.5
6) Other; depends; neither423.5
7) Haven't thought about it13811.6
8) Don't know171.4
9) Refused40.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
293) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR R1 ADMINISTRATION: In the PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you flown an American flag or displayed the flag in some other way, such as in a window, or on your car, or on a T-shirt or other piece of clothing? (FLAGFLY2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes64486.7
5) No9713.1
9) Refused20.3
Missing768 
TOTAL743100.0
294) In the PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you flown an American flag or displayed the flag in some other way, such as in a window, or on your car, or on a T-shirt or other piece of clothing? (FLAGFLY3)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes131286.8
5) No19613.0
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
295) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR R1 ADMINISTRATION: Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with this statement: 'There are some things about America today that make me feel ashamed of America.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? (USSHAME2)
TOTAL%
1) Agree31141.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree10113.6
5) Disagree32944.3
8) Don't know20.3
Missing768 
TOTAL743100.0
296) Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with this statement: 'There are some things about America today that make me feel ashamed of America.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree? combined J4a/R1a: ASHAMED OF AMERICA (USSHAME3)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Agree63942.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree19613.0
5) Disagree66844.2
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
297) MONTH OF BIRTH (BIRTH_MO)
TOTAL%
1) January329.9
2) February237.1
3) March268.0
4) April288.6
5) May257.7
6) June216.5
7) July319.6
8) August278.3
9) September309.3
10) October206.2
11) November299.0
12) December257.7
89) Refused72.2
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
298) IF FRESH CROSS: YEAR OF BIRTH [8889=Refused] (FC_YOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3242061.855856
299) SUMMARY: RESPONDENT AGE [889=Refused; 999=NA] (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151156.46278
300) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: Are you married now and living with your spouse -or are you widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never married? (FCMARITA)
TOTAL%
1) Married19459.9
2) Widowed268.0
3) Divorced3611.1
4) Separated113.4
5) Never married5416.7
6) Partnered, not married30.9
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
301) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Are you married now and living with your spouse - or are you widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never married? 2000 MARITAL STATUS FOR PANEL (PMARITAL)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Married67156.5
2) Widowed1089.1
3) Divorced14512.2
4) Separated383.2
5) Never married18615.7
6) Partnered, not married332.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused40.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
302) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: What is the highest grade of school or year of college you completed? (FC_EDUC)
TOTAL%
0) 20.6
5) 10.3
6) 10.3
7) 20.6
8) 41.2
9) 30.9
10) 41.2
11) 41.2
12) 8024.7
13) 3510.8
14) 4614.2
15) 185.6
16) 5918.2
17) 17+ YEARS6319.4
99) NA20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
303) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: IF RESPONDENT HAS 0-12 YRS OF ED. OR IF HIGHEST ED. LEVEL IS DK/RF/NA: Did you get a high school diploma or pass a high school equivalency test? (FC_HSDIP)
TOTAL%
0) NA11.0
1) Yes8481.6
5) No1817.5
Missing1408 
TOTAL103100.0
304) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: IF RESPONDENT HAS MORE THAN 12 YEARS OF EDUCATION: What is the highest degree that you have earned? (FC_HDEGR)
TOTAL%
0) None (no degree)6830.5
1) Bachelor's degree7433.2
2) Master's degree2410.8
3) PHD, LIT, SCD, DFA, DLIT, DPH, DPHIL, JSC, SJD41.8
4) LLB, JD31.3
7) Associate degree (AA)4017.9
99) NA104.5
Missing1288 
TOTAL223100.0
305) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: What is the highest grade of school or year of college you completed? Did you get a high school diploma or pass a high school equivalency test? What is the highest degree that you have earned? SUMMARY - RESPONDENT EDUCATION (EDUCATIO)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) 8 Grades or less and no diploma or equivalency362.4
2) 9-11 grades, no further schooling704.6
3) High school diploma or equivalency test39926.4
4) More than 12 years of schooling, no higher degree31320.7
5) Junior or community college level degrees15510.3
6) BA level degrees; 17+ years, no advanced degree34723.0
7) Advanced degree, including LLB17811.8
9) Refused110.7
TOTAL1511100.0
306) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: We'd like to know if you are working now, or are you unemployed, retired, (a homemaker), (a student), or what?--FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS [146=working now, retired, homemaker; 999=Refused] (FC_EMPL)
TOTAL%
0) 000. NA41.2
1) 001. working now20162.0
2) 002. temporarily laid off10.3
3) 003. unemployed185.6
4) 004. retired6219.1
5) 005. permanently disabled51.5
6) 006. homemaker134.0
7) 007. Student41.2
14) 014. working now and retired20.6
16) 016. working now and homemaker92.8
46) 046. retired and homemaker41.2
146) 146. working now retired and homemaker10.3
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
307) We'd like to know if you are working now, or are you unemployed, retired, a homemaker, (a student), or what? 2002 PRE (FRESH CROSS) AND POST (PANEL)--EMPLOYMENT STATUS SUMMARY [146=Working now, retired, and homemaker; 167=Working now, homemaker, and student; 467=Retired, homemaker, and student] (EMPLOYME)
TOTAL%
0) 332.4
1) 81958.8
2) 20.1
3) 533.8
4) 28920.7
5) 161.1
6) 715.1
7) 151.1
14) 171.2
16) 211.5
17) 201.4
26) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 20.1
36) 10.1
45) 70.5
46) 171.2
47) 10.1
67) 20.1
146) 10.1
167) 30.2
467) 20.1
Missing117 
TOTAL1394100.0
308) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: Does anyone in this household belong to a labor union? (FC_UNION)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5617.3
5) No26782.4
9) Refused10.3
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
309) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Does anyone in this household belong to a labor union? PANEL - 2000 HOUSEHOLD UNION MEMBERSHIP (PN_UNION)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes18015.2
5) No100184.3
8) Don't know50.4
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
310) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: IF SOMEONE IN RESPONDENT'S HOUSEHOLD BELONGS TO A LABOR UNION: Who is it that belongs? (FCUNION2)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent3155.4
2) Respondent's spouse1425.0
3) Other family member [specify]35.4
4) Someone else [specify]23.6
12) Respondent and spouse58.9
14) Respondent and other family member11.8
Missing1455 
TOTAL56100.0
311) IF PANEL: IF SOMEONE IN RESPONDENT'S HOUSEHOLD BELONGS TO A LABOR UNION: Who is it that belongs? PANEL: 2000 UNION MEMBERSHIP (PNUNION2)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent10156.1
2) Respondent's spouse5631.1
3) Someone else126.7
4) Respondent and spouse84.4
5) Respondent and someone else21.1
9) Refused10.6
Missing1331 
TOTAL180100.0
312) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: Is your religious preference Protestant, Roman Catholic, Jewish, or something else? (RELPREF)
TOTAL%
0) None/Atheist/Agnostic164.9
1) Protestant12338.0
2) Roman Catholic8125.0
3) Jewish41.2
7) Other9529.3
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused30.9
99) NA10.3
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
313) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: IF RESPONDENT'S RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE IS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': What church or denomination is that? (RELDENOM)
TOTAL%
0) Non-Denominational Christian62.8
1) Baptist5022.9
2) Episcopalian/Anglican/Church of England73.2
3) Lutheran136.0
4) Methodist3717.0
5) Just Protestant; Protestant DK/NA type10.5
6) Presbyterian94.1
7) Reformed10.5
8) Brethren10.5
10) Christian or just Christian136.0
12) Church (or Churches of Christ)104.6
13) United Church of Christ41.8
15) Church of God31.4
16) Assembly of God52.3
17) Congregationalist10.5
18) Holiness20.9
19) Pentecostal83.7
21) Orthodox, e.g., Greek, Russian31.4
22) Non-denominational - Protestant83.7
23) Mormons10.5
24) Jehovah's Witnesses31.4
25) Latter Day Saints10.5
26) Unitarian/Universalist41.8
27) Seventh Day Adventist10.5
30) Christian NA Denomination10.5
35) Buddhist20.9
87) Other167.3
88) Don't know31.4
89) Refused31.4
99) NA10.5
Missing1293 
TOTAL218100.0
314) IF FRESH CROSS: IF RESPONDENT'S RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE IS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF RESPONDENT IDENTIFIES AS BAPTIST: With which Baptist group is your church associated? Is it the Southern Baptist Convention, the American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A., the American Baptist Association, an independent Baptist church or some other Baptist group? (BAPTIST)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.8
1) Southern Baptist11548.3
7) Something else11046.2
8) Don't know114.6
Missing1273 
TOTAL238100.0
315) RELIGION SUMMARY 1 - PANEL (2000) AND CROSS (2002) (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
0) None incl. Atheist/Agnostic17111.4
1) Protestant84356.0
2) Roman Catholic39326.1
3) Jewish382.5
7) Other493.3
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused80.5
99) NA10.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1506100.0
316) RELIGION SUMMARY 2 - PANEL (2000) AND CROSS (2002) (RELIGIO2)
TOTAL%
0) Greek161.1
1) Baptist23815.8
2) Episcopalian/Anglican/Church of England312.1
3) Lutheran895.9
4) Methodist1157.6
5) Just Protestant; Protestant DK/RF/NA120.8
6) Presbyterian674.4
7) Reformed30.2
8) Brethren10.1
9) Evangelical United Brethren30.2
10) Christian or just Christian604.0
11) Christian scientist30.2
12) Church (or Churches of Christ)211.4
13) United Church of Christ110.7
14) Disciples of Christ60.4
15) Church of God140.9
16) Assembly of God130.9
17) Congregationalist100.7
18) Holiness90.6
19) Pentecostal302.0
20) Friends90.6
21) Orthodox70.5
22) Non-Denominational - Protestant543.6
23) Mormons100.7
24) Jehovah's Witnesses80.5
25) Latter Day Saints110.7
26) Unitarian/Universalist110.7
27) Seventh Day Adventist40.3
30) Christian NA Denomination10.1
32) Roman Catholic39326.1
35) Buddhist50.3
40) Jewish382.5
55) Muslim/Islam20.1
77) Other (specify)251.7
80) None incl. Agnostic/Atheist (in 2000)17111.4
88) Don't know10.1
89) Refused30.2
99) NA10.1
Missing5 
TOTAL1506100.0
317) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: How long have you lived in your present community? [888=Don't know; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (COMMLIV1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL32435.262111
318) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: PANEL RESPONDENTS: 2000 STUDY NUMBER OF YEARS IN COMMUNITY [888=Don't know; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (COMMLIV2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL118728.70440
319) IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: How long have you lived in your current home? [888=Don't know; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LIVHOME1)
TOTAL%
0) 3811.7
1) 216.5
2) 3410.5
3) 299.0
4) 195.9
5) 164.9
6) 103.1
7) 113.4
8) 61.9
9) 92.8
10) 154.6
11) 41.2
12) 72.2
13) 41.2
14) 103.1
15) 61.9
16) 72.2
17) 30.9
18) 20.6
19) 20.6
20) 82.5
21) 10.3
22) 20.6
23) 20.6
24) 41.2
25) 51.5
26) 20.6
27) 10.3
28) 51.5
29) 10.3
30) 92.8
32) 30.9
33) 10.3
34) 30.9
35) 10.3
36) 10.3
38) 20.6
40) 41.2
41) 10.3
42) 10.3
43) 10.3
44) 20.6
45) 10.3
46) 10.3
50) 10.3
53) 10.3
61) 10.3
98) 30.9
999) 30.9
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
320) IF PANEL RESPONDENT: PANEL RESPONDENTS: 2000 STUDY NUMBER OF YEARS IN HOUSE [888=Don't know; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LIVHOME2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL118713.66833
321) IF PANEL: (Do you/Does your family) own your home, pay rent, or what? (OWNHOME)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.3
1) Own house117677.8
5) Pay rent31120.6
7) Other [specify]171.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
322) Do you personally (or jointly with a spouse), have any MONEY INVESTED IN THE STOCK MARKET RIGHT NOW -- either in an individual stock or in a mutual fund? (STOCKS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes94462.5
5) No55636.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused100.7
TOTAL1511100.0
323) Do you (or any family member living with you) CURRENTLY receive payments from: Medicare? (MEDICARE)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes25116.6
5) No125483.0
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
324) Do you (or any family member living with you) CURRENTLY receive payments from: Medicaid? (MEDICAID)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes885.8
5) No141393.5
8) Don't know60.4
9) Refused20.1
TOTAL1511100.0
325) Do you (or any family member living with you) CURRENTLY have retirement savings either in a pension plan or a retirement account, like an IRA? (PENS_IRA)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes107170.9
5) No41927.7
8) Don't know110.7
9) Refused80.5
TOTAL1511100.0
326) Is your total household income less than $50,000 or more than $50,000? [PROBE IF NEEDED: What would be your best guess?[ (INCOME1)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $50,00070146.4
3) More than $50,00074549.3
7) Income was about $50,000120.8
8) Don't know60.4
9) Refused473.1
TOTAL1511100.0
327) IF RESPONDENT'S TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME IS MORE THAN $50,000: Which category best describes your total household income: $50,000-$64,999, $65,000-$84,999, or more than $84,999? [PROBE IF NEEDED: What would be your best guess?] (INCOME2)
TOTAL%
1) $50,000-$64,99920527.5
3) $65,000-$84,99923231.1
5) More than $84,99929739.9
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused91.2
Missing766 
TOTAL745100.0
328) IF RESPONDENT'S TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME IS LESS THAN $50,000: Which category best describes your total household income: $0-$14,999, $15,000-$34,999, or $35,000-$49,999? [PROBE IF NEEDED: What would be your best guess?] (INCOME3)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) $0-$14,99913619.4
3) $15,000-$34,99931945.5
5) $35,000-$49,99922832.5
8) Don't know81.1
9) Refused91.3
Missing810 
TOTAL701100.0
329) We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. The next questions are about the total income of all members of your family living in your house in 2001, before taxes and other deductions. The figure should include salaries, wages, pensions, dividends, interest, and all other income. Is your total household income less than $50,000 or more than $50,000? [PROBE IF NEEDED: What would be your best guess?] Which category best describes your total household income: $50,000-$64,999, $65,000-$84,999, or more than $84,999? [PROBE IF NEEDED: What would be your best guess?] Which category best describes your total household income: $0-$14,999, $15,000-$34,999, or $35,000-$49,999? SUMMARY - HOUSEHOLD INCOME (INCOME4)
TOTAL%
1) $0 -$14,9991369.0
2) $15,000-$34,99931921.1
3) $35,000-$49,99922815.1
4) Just about $50,000120.8
5) $50,000-$64,99920513.6
6) $65,000-$84,99923215.4
7) More than $84,99929719.7
8) Less than $50,000 - DK/NA/RF additional subcategorization181.2
9) More than $50,000 – DK/NA/RF additional subcategorization110.7
88) Don't know household income60.4
89) Refused household income473.1
TOTAL1511100.0
330) What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? Are you of Spanish or Hispanic origin or descent? SUMMARY: RESPONDENT RACE (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) Black only mentioned1379.1
2) Asian/Pacific Islander only mentioned261.7
3) Native American only mentioned100.7
4) Hispanic only mentioned664.4
5) White only mentioned118278.2
12) Black and Asian/Pacific Islander men40.3
13) Black and Native American mentioned30.2
14) Black and Hispanic mentioned30.2
15) Black and White mentioned50.3
24) Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic20.1
25) Asian/Pacific Islander and White men10.1
34) Native American and Hispanic mention10.1
35) Native American and White mentioned161.1
45) Hispanic and White mentioned221.5
77) Other (not codeable elsewhere)221.5
88) Don't know40.3
89) Refused60.4
99) NA10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
331) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] MENTION BLACK (BLACK)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned3912.0
5) Not mentioned28186.7
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
332) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] MENTION ASIAN (ASIAN)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned82.5
5) Not mentioned31296.3
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
333) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] MENTION NATIVE AMERICAN (NAMER)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned92.8
5) Not mentioned31196.0
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
334) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] -- MENTION HISPANIC (HISPANIC)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned164.9
5) Not mentioned30493.8
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
335) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] MENTION WHITE (WHITE)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned25879.6
5) Not mentioned6219.1
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
336) IF FRESH CROSS: What racial or ethnic group or groups best describes you? [MULTIPLE MENTIONS] MENTION OTHER (RACE_OTH)
TOTAL%
1) Mentioned195.9
5) Not mentioned30192.9
8) Don't know20.6
9) Refused to answer question20.6
Missing1187 
TOTAL324100.0
337) IF FRESH CROSS: [IF HISPANIC OR LATINO MENTIONED FOR RACE, CODE AND DO NOT ASK, OTHERWISE ASK:] Are you of Spanish or Hispanic origin or descent? (HISPANI2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes906.0
5) No141493.6
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused30.2
TOTAL1511100.0
338) IF FRESH CROSS: IF RESPONDENT IDENTIFIES AS BEING OF SPANISH OR HISPANIC ORIGIN OR DESCENT: Would you describe your Hispanic origin as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Latin America, Central American, or Spanish? (HISPANI3)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican3033.3
2) Puerto Rican1516.7
3) Cuban33.3
4) Latin American77.8
5) Central American66.7
6) Spanish2325.6
7) Other66.7
Missing1421 
TOTAL90100.0
339) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- GENDER OF RESPONDENT (GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male66443.9
2) Female84756.1
TOTAL1511100.0
340) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Respondent's Cooperation (IWREVAL1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Very good108571.8
2) Good31921.1
3) Fair865.7
4) Poor130.9
5) Very poor70.5
TOTAL1511100.0
341) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Respondent's general level of information about politics and public affairs seemed: (IWREVAL2)
TOTAL%
0) NA100.7
1) Very high39426.1
2) Fairly high53435.3
3) Average44829.6
4) Fairly low946.2
5) Very low312.1
TOTAL1511100.0
342) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Respondent's apparent intelligence: (IWREVAL3)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) Very high42027.8
2) Fairly high59039.0
3) Average42328.0
4) Fairly low624.1
5) Very low90.6
TOTAL1511100.0
343) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- How suspicious did RESPONDENT seem to be about the study before the interview?: (IWREVAL4)
TOTAL%
0) NA201.3
1) Not at all suspicious134388.9
3) Somewhat suspicious1338.8
5) Very suspicious151.0
TOTAL1511100.0
344) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Overall, how great was RESPONDENT interest in the interview? (IWREVAL5)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Very high57738.2
2) Fairly high53035.1
3) Average34222.6
4) Fairly low453.0
5) Very low130.9
TOTAL1511100.0
345) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- How sincere did RESPONDENT seem to be in his/her answers? (IWREVAL6)
TOTAL%
0) NA100.7
1) Completely sincere129585.7
3) Usually sincere18912.5
5) Often seemed to be insincere171.1
TOTAL1511100.0
346) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Were there any particular parts of the interview for which you doubted RESPONDENT'S sincerity? (IWREVAL7)
TOTAL%
0) NA73.4
1) Yes6531.6
5) No13465.0
Missing1305 
TOTAL206100.0
347) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Do you feel RESPONDENT reported income accurately? (IWREVAL8)
TOTAL%
0) NA120.8
1) Yes, think respondent reported correctly141093.3
2) No, think respondent reported incorrectly251.7
3) Refused income questions513.4
5) No, think respondent reported dishonestly50.3
8) Don't know80.5
TOTAL1511100.0
348) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- If possible, give a reasonable estimate of what RESPONDENT'S family income is (before taxes in 2001). [888888 = Don't know; 000000 = NA] (IWREVAL9)
TOTAL%
0) 76.9
10000) 33.0
15000) 11.0
25000) 33.0
30000) 1211.9
35000) 22.0
40000) 44.0
45000) 44.0
47000) 11.0
50000) 55.0
51000) 11.0
55000) 22.0
60000) 87.9
65000) 11.0
70000) 11.0
75000) 11.0
78000) 11.0
90000) 11.0
888888) 4342.6
Missing1410 
TOTAL101100.0
349) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- What would you estimate RESPONDENT'S age to be? (IWREVA10)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL151149.14418
350) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- What would you estimate RESPONDENT'S level of education to be? (IWREVA11)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Low - probably less than high school694.6
2) Probably has a high school diploma but probably no college41927.7
3) Probably a little college38325.3
4) Probably a college degree62341.2
8) Hard to guess (specify)151.0
TOTAL1511100.0
351) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview was negative in general (checked or not checked). (IWREVA12)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - general161.1
5) Not checked by interviewer149598.9
TOTAL1511100.0
352) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview was negative - too long (IWREVA13)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - too long513.4
5) Not checked by interviewer146096.6
TOTAL1511100.0
353) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview was negative - too complicated (IWREVA14)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - too complicated453.0
5) Not checked by interviewer146697.0
TOTAL1511100.0
354) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview negative - boring/tedious/repetitious (IWREVA15)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - boring/tedious/repetitious332.2
5) Not checked by interviewer147897.8
TOTAL1511100.0
355) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent wanted to stop before interview completed (IWREVA16)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent wanted to stop before interview completed. After starting the interview R made comments indicating he/she regretted having agreed to be interviewed'211.4
5) Not checked by interviewer149098.6
TOTAL1511100.0
356) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent ill/deaf/tired etc. (IWREVA17)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent complained and/or interviewer observed that R was ill/deaf/tired/had bad eyesight etc.; interview was obviously hard for R171.1
5) Not checked by interviewer149498.9
TOTAL1511100.0
357) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent confused by questions (IWREVA18)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent complained and/or interviewer observed that R was confused by questions 'couldn't understand the scales'; interview was obviously hard for R'16310.8
5) Not checked by interviewer134889.2
TOTAL1511100.0
358) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent self-conscious - lack of knowledge/suitability for interviewing (IWREVA19)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent expressed (especially repeatedly) doubts/apologies/embarrassment over lack of knowledge or own suitability for interview'352.3
5) Not checked by interviewer147697.7
TOTAL1511100.0
359) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent self-conscious - lack of political knowledge (IWREVA20)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent expressed (especially repeatedly) doubts/apologies/embarrassment over lack of POLITICAL knowledge'825.4
5) Not checked by interviewer142994.6
TOTAL1511100.0
360) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent agitated by interview process (IWREVA21)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent was agitated or stressed by interview442.9
5) Not checked by interviewer146797.1
TOTAL1511100.0
361) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent angry about interview content (IWREVA22)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent became angry at interview content302.0
5) Not checked by interviewer148198.0
TOTAL1511100.0
362) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent concerned about sampling purpose/bias (IWREVA23)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent became concerned about sampling151.0
5) Not checked by interviewer149699.0
TOTAL1511100.0
363) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview positive (IWREVA24)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent appeared to enjoy the interview92561.2
5) Not checked by interviewer58638.8
TOTAL1511100.0
364) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview neutral or no feedback (IWREVA25)
TOTAL%
1) Neutral or no feedback37124.6
5) Not checked by interviewer114075.4
TOTAL1511100.0
365) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION PRE-ELECTION INTERVIEW: -- Is there any difficulty administering an interview by phone to this RESPONDENT? [EXAMPLES: hard of hearing, illness that makes it difficult for RESPONDENT to stay on the phone very long, etc.] (IWREVA26)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15310.1
5) No135889.9
TOTAL1511100.0
366) Form of 2002 Post Interview: Aside from various randomly assigned wording and placement/order options, the following content options were randomly assigned to 1/2 samples in the Post: (1) either D3 or D4 Bush Traits questions [D3 VARIABLES ARE V560 TO V563; D4 VARIABLES ARE V564 TO V567]; (2) either K4 or K5 social trust item [K4/K5 VARIABLES ARE V587 AND V588]; (3) either L1 series or L2 series Federal spending items [L1 VARIABLES ARE V589 TO V609; L2 VARIABLES ARE V610 TO V632]; 4 either M5 affirmative action or M6 equal pay items [M5 VARIABLES ARE V635 TO V639; M6 VARIABLES ARE V640 TO V644]; 5 M11 general income inequality as open end (M11c/M11d) or as closed series (M11a/M11b) [each has wording variants] [M11C/D VARIABLES ARE V667 TO V680; M11A/B VARIABLES ARE V665-V666].ALSO Note that for the spending items and income inequality options, the alternate option had been assigned to the PRE. (POSTFORM)
TOTAL%
2) = D3 - K4 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Closed362.7
3) = D3 - K4 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Open423.1
4) = D3 - K4 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed473.5
5) = D3 - K4 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Open362.7
6) = D3 - K4 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Closed413.0
7) = D3 - K4 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Open382.8
8) = D3 - K4 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Open533.9
9) = D3 - K4 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed342.5
10) = D3 - K5 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Open382.8
11) = D3 - K5 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Closed503.7
12) = D3 - K5 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Open423.1
13) = D3 - K5 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed533.9
14) = D3 - K5 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Open423.1
16) = D3 - K5 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Closed392.9
17) = D3 - K5 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Open433.2
18) = D3 - K5 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed473.5
20) = D4 - K4 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Closed443.3
21) = D4 - K4 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Open413.0
22) = D4 - K4 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed453.3
23) = D4 - K4 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Open473.5
24) = D4 - K4 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Closed493.6
25) = D4 - K4 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Open322.4
26) = D4 - K4 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Open342.5
27) = D4 - K4 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed493.6
28) = D4 - K5 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Open362.7
29) = D4 - K5 - L1 - M5 Race - M11 Closed413.0
30) = D4 - K5 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Open362.7
31) = D4 - K5 - L1 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed332.5
32) = D4 - K5 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Open342.5
34) = D4 - K5 - L2 - M5 Race - M11 Closed533.9
35) = D4 - K5 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed382.8
36) = D4 - K5 - L2 - M6 Gender - M11 Closed533.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
367) Post Release number -- There was a single release in the Post (PSRELNUM)
TOTAL%
1) There was a single release in the post1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
368) Post Mode - all interviews conducted by telephone (PS_MODE)
TOTAL%
1) Telephone1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
369) Post number of calls (PSNUMCAL)
TOTAL%
0) 30.2
1) 29419.5
2) 28318.7
3) 18712.4
4) 1449.5
5) 1107.3
6) 855.6
7) 604.0
8) 442.9
9) 281.9
10) 161.1
11) 392.6
12) 231.5
13) 231.5
14) 100.7
15) 130.9
16) 110.7
17) 120.8
18) 130.9
19) 60.4
20) 70.5
21) 100.7
22) 90.6
23) 110.7
24) 130.9
25) 573.8
TOTAL1511100.0
370) Post Result: Because few cases were ever removed from call back status, most cases with final disposition 'never available' may be considered as, in fact, refusals. (PSREFSLS)
TOTAL%
60) Phone not in service or new number1810.9
61) No contact - no answer/answering dev3320.0
68) Never available/refusals11469.1
Missing1346 
TOTAL165100.0
371) Post language - all interviews conducted in English (PS_LANG)
TOTAL%
1) English1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
372) Post interview verification: There was no verification of interviews at the interviewing facility. (PS_VERIF)
TOTAL%
5) No verification1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
373) Post interview evaluation: There was no evaluation of interviews at the interviewing facility. (PS_EVAL)
TOTAL%
5) No evaluation1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
374) Post interview tape-recorded (PS_TAPE)
TOTAL%
1) Tape recorded10.1
5) Not tape recorded134599.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
375) Post interview in parts (PS_PARTS)
TOTAL%
1) Interviewed in parts (multiple sessions)795.9
5) Not interviewed in parts (1 session)126794.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
376) IF PRE INTERVIEW CONDUCTED IN PARTS: Post number of parts (PSNUMPRT)
TOTAL%
2) 6481.0
3) 1417.7
4) 11.3
Missing1432 
TOTAL79100.0
377) Post number of interviewers: This is the number of interviewers used on the case (1-5). (PS_NIWRS)
TOTAL%
1) 126994.3
2) 644.8
3) 131.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
378) Post interview - beginning month (PSBMONTH)
TOTAL%
11) November132698.5
12) December201.5
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
379) Post interview - beginning day (PS_BDAY)
TOTAL%
1) 10.1
2) 50.4
3) 60.4
4) 40.3
5) 10.1
6) 876.5
7) 19014.1
8) 17412.9
9) 997.4
10) 1289.5
11) 1158.5
12) 886.5
13) 664.9
14) 685.1
15) 493.6
16) 473.5
17) 231.7
18) 261.9
19) 261.9
20) 251.9
21) 141.0
22) 201.5
23) 221.6
24) 161.2
25) 261.9
26) 90.7
27) 10.1
29) 50.4
30) 50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
380) Post interview - beginning month and day (MMDD) (PS_MMDD)
TOTAL%
1106) 846.2
1107) 19014.1
1108) 17412.9
1109) 997.4
1110) 1289.5
1111) 1158.5
1112) 886.5
1113) 664.9
1114) 685.1
1115) 493.6
1116) 473.5
1117) 231.7
1118) 261.9
1119) 261.9
1120) 251.9
1121) 141.0
1122) 201.5
1123) 221.6
1124) 161.2
1125) 261.9
1126) 90.7
1127) 10.1
1129) 50.4
1130) 50.4
1201) 10.1
1202) 50.4
1203) 60.4
1204) 40.3
1205) 10.1
1206) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
381) Post Interview - Number of days after election (PS_NELEC)
TOTAL%
1) 846.2
2) 19014.1
3) 17412.9
4) 997.4
5) 1289.5
6) 1158.5
7) 886.5
8) 664.9
9) 685.1
10) 493.6
11) 473.5
12) 231.7
13) 261.9
14) 261.9
15) 251.9
16) 141.0
17) 201.5
18) 221.6
19) 161.2
20) 261.9
21) 90.7
22) 10.1
24) 50.4
25) 50.4
26) 10.1
27) 50.4
28) 60.4
29) 40.3
30) 10.1
31) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
382) Post interview - ending month (PS_EMNTH)
TOTAL%
11) November132198.1
12) December251.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
383) Post interview - ending day (PS_EDAY)
TOTAL%
1) 10.1
2) 80.6
3) 80.6
4) 40.3
5) 10.1
6) 805.9
7) 18413.7
8) 16912.6
9) 957.1
10) 1319.7
11) 1148.5
12) 886.5
13) 685.1
14) 705.2
15) 523.9
16) 473.5
17) 251.9
18) 302.2
19) 272.0
20) 261.9
21) 131.0
22) 211.6
23) 231.7
24) 161.2
25) 231.7
26) 90.7
27) 10.1
29) 70.5
30) 50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
384) Post interview - ending month and day (MMDD) (PS_EMMDD)
TOTAL%
1106) 775.7
1107) 18413.7
1108) 16912.6
1109) 957.1
1110) 1319.7
1111) 1148.5
1112) 886.5
1113) 685.1
1114) 705.2
1115) 523.9
1116) 473.5
1117) 251.9
1118) 302.2
1119) 272.0
1120) 261.9
1121) 131.0
1122) 211.6
1123) 231.7
1124) 161.2
1125) 231.7
1126) 90.7
1127) 10.1
1129) 70.5
1130) 50.4
1201) 10.1
1202) 80.6
1203) 80.6
1204) 40.3
1205) 10.1
1206) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
385) Post payment address given? (PS_PADDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes134499.9
5) No20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
386) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Post payment mode [all payments made by check] (PS_CHECK)
TOTAL%
1) Check1344100.0
Missing167 
TOTAL1344100.0
387) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Post payment amount (PS_PAY)
TOTAL%
20) Twenty dollars103977.3
40) Forty dollars332.5
50) Fifty dollars27220.2
Missing167 
TOTAL1344100.0
388) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Date Post payment mailed - month (PSPAYMNT)
TOTAL%
11) November94670.4
12) December39829.6
Missing167 
TOTAL1344100.0
389) IF PRE PAYMENT ADDRESS GIVEN: Date Post payment mailed - day (PSPAYDAY)
TOTAL%
11) 38328.5
17) 151.1
20) 94670.4
Missing167 
TOTAL1344100.0
390) Post Interview Length [In Minutes] (PSIWLNGT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL134631.10910
391) Post Interviewer's Interview Number (PSIWRNUM)
TOTAL%
0) 100.7
1) 33324.7
2) 29622.0
3) 21415.9
4) 15511.5
5) 1128.3
6) 846.2
7) 544.0
8) 382.8
9) 282.1
10) 131.0
11) 60.4
12) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
392) Post Persuasion letter: No persuasion letters were sent in the Post (PLETTRNO)
TOTAL%
1) No persuasion letter sent in the post1346100.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
393) POST Interviewer of Record-Interviewer ID number (PS_IWNUM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1346133.52370
394) POST Interviewer Gender (PSIWRGND)
TOTAL%
0) NA23917.8
1) Male47835.5
2) Female62946.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
395) POST Interviewer Education Level (highest education) (PSIWREDU)
TOTAL%
0) NA22716.9
3) High school graduate644.8
4) Some college49636.8
5) College degree45633.9
6) Master's degree977.2
7) Ph.D.60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
396) POST Interviewer Race (PSIWRRAC)
TOTAL%
0) NA25719.1
1) White96571.7
2) Black856.3
3) Native American10.1
4) Asian211.6
5) Other171.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
397) POST Interviewer Ethnicity (PSIWRETH)
TOTAL%
0) No ethnicity mentioned97372.3
1) Hispanic574.2
7) Other332.5
9) NA28321.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
398) POST Interviewer Languages (PSIWRLAN)
TOTAL%
0) No languages spoken70552.4
1) Spanish14911.1
7) Other26119.4
9) NA23117.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
399) POST Interviewer Experience (PSIWREXP)
TOTAL%
0) None16512.3
1) 1 year or less85963.8
2) 13-23 months695.1
3) 2 years70.5
9) 9 years120.9
99) NA23417.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
400) POST Interviewer Age (age groups) (PSIWRAGE)
TOTAL%
0) NA23117.2
1) 18-34 years83361.9
2) 35-40 years675.0
3) 41-45 years604.5
4) 46-50 years1299.6
6) 56-60 years231.7
8) 65-79 years30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
401) FLAG - MISASSIGNMENT IN PRELOAD This variable flags 1 case where the preload district assignment was incorrect, and 2 cases where the preload county was misidentified but for which district assignment was still correct. 1. District preload incorrect (NY03 correct; NY04 preloaded) 2. County preload incorrect (district correct) 3. No preload mis-assignment (FLAG_DIS)
TOTAL%
1) District preload incorrect10.1
2) County preload incorrect20.1
3) No preload misassignment134399.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
402) This determines whether the House candidate name (s) preloaded into the 2002 Post instrument were the same as the House candidate names that had been preloaded into the NES 2000 Post. Note: Due to redistricting, district number for nonmovers may not be the same in 2000-2002; names of candidates were compared to construct this summary. [00. Neither 2002 Democratic candidate preload name nor 2002 Republican candidate preload name was preloaded in 2000 01. 2002 Democratic preload name same as in 2000 02. 2002 Republican preload name same as in 2000 03. Both Democratic and Republican candidates same 2000-2002 04. 2002 Democratic Retiring Representative name was preloaded in 2000 as Democratic candidate name 05. 2002 Republican Retiring Representative name was preloaded in 2000 as Democratic candidate name 15. Democrat preload same and 2002 retiring Republican was preloaded in 2000 24. Republican preload same and 2002 retiring Democrat was preloaded in 2000] (CAN_PRLD)
TOTAL%
0) Neither 2002 Democratic candidate preload name nor 2002 Republican candidate preload name was preloaded in 200033828.5
1) 2002 Democratic preload name same as in 200031426.5
2) 2002 Republican preload name same as in 200038532.4
3) Both Democratic and Republican candidates same 2000-2002958.0
4) 2002 Democratic retiring representative name was preloaded in 2000 as Democratic candidate name221.9
5) 2002 Republican retiring representative name was preloaded in 2000 as Democratic candidate name282.4
15) Democrat preload same and 2002 retiring Republican was preloaded in 200050.4
Missing324 
TOTAL1187100.0
403) RANDOMIZED PREASSIGNMENT - C1a/C1b VOTER TURNOUT: Respondents were randomly pre-assigned to either C1a or C1b in the Pre (alternate versions of vote turnout question). [V128 AND V129] (PSRAND1)
TOTAL%
1) C1A67249.9
2) C1B67450.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
404) RANDOMIZED ORDER - DEM/REPUB CANDIDATE NAMES IN VOTE SECTION: This variable describes the order to which the names of major party candidates were randomly pre-assigned for reading in the text of House and Senate vote-choice and nonvoter preference questions. This pre-assigned order did not actually apply if only a single major party candidate ran (major party candidate name always read before any independent/third-party name, if any). 1. Democratic name first, Republican name second 2. Republican name first, Democratic name second (PSRAND2)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic name first, Republican name first69851.9
2) Republican name first, Democratic name first64848.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
405) RANDOMIZATION OF D1 THERMOMETERS: Individual thermometers (D1) were administered in one of two possible orders following George W. Bush (fixed as 1st thermometer). Note: This is a randomly pre-assigned order; not all thermometers apply to every respondent. [D1 SERIES IS V528 TO V535] ORDER IS AS FOLLOWS: 1. V528 TO V531, V533, V534, V532; 2. V528, V530, V529, V531, V532, V533, V534] (PSRAND3)
TOTAL%
1) Order 169451.6
2) Order 265248.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
406) RANDOMIZATION OF D2 THERMOMETERS: Group thermometers (D2 SERIES IS V536 TO V559]. These were administered in one of two possible orders. 1. V558, V536-V539, V559, V540-V550; 2. V558, V537, V538, V536, V539, V559, V543, V542, V545, V544, V541, V540, V546, V547, V548, V549, V550, V551, V552, V555, V554, V553, 556, 557 (PSRAND4)
TOTAL%
1) Order 171353.0
2) Order 263347.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
407) RANDOMIZED SELECTION D3/D4 TRAITS: Respondents were randomly assigned to either D3 or D4 Bush traits questions. [D3 SERIES IS V560-V563; D4 SERIES IS V564-V567] (PSRAND5)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent administered D3 traits68150.6
2) Respondent administered D4 traits66549.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
408) George W. Bush traits questions in D3 [V560-V563] were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 possible sequential orders: 1. V560-V563; 2. V560, V563, V562, V561 (PSRAND6)
TOTAL%
1) Order 163447.1
2) Order 271252.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
409) RANDOMIZATION - ORDER OF D4 BUSH TRAITS: George W. Bush traits questions in D4 [V564-V567] were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 possible sequential orders: 1. V564-V567; 2. V564, V567, V566, V565 (PSRAND7)
TOTAL%
1) Order 168050.5
2) Order 266649.5
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
410) RANDOMIZATION ORDER OF G1a/b: Respondents were randomly pre-assigned to be administered major party liberal-conservative House candidate placements with either the Democrat or Republican first. 1. G1a Democratic House cand 1st, G1b Republican House cand 2nd 2. G1b Republican House cand 1st, G1a Democratic House cand 2nd [G1A SERIES IS V570 TO V574; G1B IS V575 TO V579] (PSRAND8)
TOTAL%
1) G1A Democratic house cand 1st, G1B RE68951.2
2) G1B Republican house cand 1st, G1A DE65748.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
411) RANDOMIZED SELECTION K4/K5: Respondents were randomly assigned to either K4 or K5 (trust in people). [V587-V588] (PSRAND9)
TOTAL%
1) K4 selected (people take advantage)66849.6
2) K5 selected (people try to be helpful)67850.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
412) RANDOMIZED ASSIGNMENT L1/L2 FEDERAL SPENDING: Respondents were randomly assigned to one of the following: - K1 series in Pre, L2 series in Post - K2 series in Pre, L1 series in Post This variable describes the Post assignment based on this randomized selection. [L1 SERIES IS V589-V609; L2 SERIES IS V610-V631; K1 SERIES IS V165-V174; K2 SERIES IS V175-V184] (PSRAND10)
TOTAL%
1) L2 series in post (K1 series in pre)69251.4
2) L1 series in post (K2 series in pre)65448.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
413) RANDOMIZATION POST L1 SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Post L1 series Federal spending items. Two orderings were possible. [L1 SERIES IS V589-V604]. ORDERINGS: 1. V589-V604; 2. V589, V591, V604-V605, V600, V592, V594, V602, V608, V596-V597 (PSRAND11)
TOTAL%
1) Order 167950.4
2) Order 266749.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
414) RANDOMIZATION POST L1e WORDING [V596-V597]: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item L1e in the Pre. (PSRAND12)
TOTAL%
1) Public schools67850.4
2) Big city schools66849.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
415) RANDOMIZATION POST L1h WORDING [V604-V605]: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item L1h in the Pre. (PSRAND13)
TOTAL%
1) Homeland security66749.6
2) War on terrorism67950.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
416) RANDOMIZATION POST L2 SERIES: This variable describes the order of administration of Post L2 series Federal spending items [V610-V631]. Two orderings were possible; 1. V610-V631; 2. V610, V612, V626, V622, V614, V615, V618, V624, V628, V629, V620 (PSRAND14)
TOTAL%
1) Order 169051.3
2) Order 265648.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
417) RANDOMIZATION POST L2c WORDING [V614-V615]: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item L2c in the Pre. (PSRAND15)
TOTAL%
1) Poor people67850.4
2) Working poor66849.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
418) RANDOMIZATION POST L2j WORDING [V628-V629]: This variable describes the random assignment of wording in Federal spending item L2j in the Pre. (PSRAND16)
TOTAL%
1) Poor children68450.8
2) Black children66249.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
419) RANDOMIZED ASSIGNMENT M5/M6 [M5 SERIES IS V635-V639; M6 SERIES IS V640-V644]: Respondents were randomly assigned to one of the following: - P1 income inequality by race in Pre [P1 SERIES IS V234-V250]; M5a,b,c,d affirmative action items in Post - P2 income inequality by gender in Pre; M6a,b,c,d equal pay for women in Post This variable describes the Post assignment based on this randomized selection. Note: this Pre/Post randomization description applies regardless of which alternative wording of P1/P2 was randomly selected in the Pre. (PSRAND17)
TOTAL%
1) M5A,B,C,D ASKED IN POST (P1 IN PRE)65648.7
2) M6A,B,C,D ASKED IN POST (P2 IN PRE)69051.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
420) RANDOMIZATION ORDER OF M5a/b [V636-V637]: Respondents were administered affirmative action items M5a (position of Democratic Party) and M5b (position of Republican Party) in random order. 1. M5a Democratic Party first, M5b Republican Party second 2. M5b Republican Party first, M5a Democratic Party second (PSRAND18)
TOTAL%
1) M5A Democratic party first, M5B Republican Party second63647.3
2) M5B Republican party first, M5A Democratic Party second71052.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
421) RANDOMIZATION ORDER OF M6a/b [V641-V642]: Respondents were administered equal pay for women items M6a (position of Democratic Party) and M6b (position of Republican Party) in random order. 1. M6a Democratic Party first, M6b Republican Party second 2. M6b Republican Party first, M6a Democratic Party second (PSRAND19)
TOTAL%
1) M6A Democratic party first, M6B Republican Party second69751.8
2) M6B Republican party first, M6A Democratic Party second64948.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
422) RANDOMIZATION POST M7 WORDING: Respondents were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 possible wordings for M7 questions (same wording used in all M7 questions). [M7 SERIES IS V645-V658] (PSRAND20)
TOTAL%
1) Estate tax67049.8
2) Death tax67650.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
423) RANDOMIZATION ORDER OF M7c/e [M7C SERIES IS V651-V653; M7E SERIES IS V654-V656]: Respondents were administered estate tax items M7c (position of Democratic Party) and M7e (position of Republican Party) in random order. 1. M7c Democratic Party first, M7e Republican party second 2. M7e Republican Party first, M7c Democratic Party second (PSRAND21)
TOTAL%
1) M7C Democratic party first, M7E Republican Party second70252.2
2) M7E Republican party first, M7C Democratic Party second64347.8
Missing166 
TOTAL1345100.0
424) RANDOMIZATION ORDER OF M9b/c [M9B IS V660; M9C IS V661]: Respondents were administered M9b and M9c items on level of taxation in random order. 1. M9b taxes paid by rich first, M9c taxes paid by poor second 2. M9c taxes paid by poor first, M9b taxes paid by rich second (PSRAND22)
TOTAL%
1) M9B taxes paid by rich first, M7C tax68450.8
2) M9C taxes paid by poor first, M9B tax66249.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
425) RANDOMIZED ASSIGNMENT M11 [M11 SERIES IS V665-V680]: Respondents were randomly assigned to one of the following combinations of general income inequality questions: (PSRAND23)
TOTAL%
1) Post M11C Administered (PRE L2A)36226.9
2) PostM11D Administered (PRE L2B)35226.2
3) Post M11A Administered (PRE L2C)30322.5
4) Post M11B Administered (PRE L2D)32924.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
426) RANDOMIZATION POST M11c SERIES [M11C SERIES IS V667-V673]: This variable describes the order of administration of Post M11c closed-list income inequality items (reasons why some people have better jobs/income). Two orderings were possible: 1. V667-V673; 2. V668, V670, V671, V672, V669, V667, V673. (PSRAND24)
TOTAL%
1) Order 168751.0
2) Order 265949.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
427) RANDOMIZATION POST M11d SERIES M11D SERIES IS V674-V680]: This variable describes the order of administration of Post M11d closed-list income inequality series items (reasons why some people have worse jobs/income). Two orderings were possible: 1. V674-V680; 2. V675, V677, V678, V679, V676, V674, V680. (PSRAND25)
TOTAL%
1) Order 168450.8
2) Order 266249.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
428) House Type Race: (HTYPRACE)
TOTAL%
12) 12. Democratic incumbent running – Republican challenger47731.6
14) 14. Democratic incumbent running - unopposed1298.5
19) 19. Democratic incumbent running – Repub and other challengers110.7
21) 21. Republican incumbent running – Democratic challenger57938.3
24) 24. Republican incumbent running - unopposed1459.6
32) 32. Other incumbent running – Republican challenger20.1
40) 40. Dem and Repub incumbents running – no other candidate70.5
44) 44. Dem non-incumbent only - no retiree/unclear who is retiree20.1
46) 46. Dem and Rep candidates - no retiree/unclear who is retiree513.4
49) 49. Dem, Rep and other cands - no retire/unclear who retiree is30.2
51) 51. Dem incumbent not running – Democratic and unopposed171.1
55) 55. Dem incumbent not running – Democratic and Republican candidates271.8
65) 65. Rep incumbent not running – Democratic and Republican candidates573.8
80) 80. Rep incumbent not running – Democr, and 2 Repub candidates20.1
97) 97. Washington DC10.1
99) 99. Correct district not assigned (See Summary .1)10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
429) Senate Type Race: (SEN_RACE)
TOTAL%
12) 12. Democratic incumbent running – Republican challenger20813.8
14) 14. Democratic incumbent running - unopposed412.7
21) 21. Republican incumbent running – Democratic challenger17911.8
24) 24. Republican incumbent running - unopposed906.0
55) 55. Dem incumbent not running – Democratic and Republican cands342.3
59) 59. Dem incumbent not running - Democr, Repub, other cands543.6
65) 65. Rep incumbent not running – Democratic and Republican cands20113.3
80) 80. Democratic incumbent running - 2 Republican challengers NO RACE IN STATE422.8
81) 81. Democratic incumbents, no race in state45830.3
82) 82. Republican incumbents, no race in state15810.5
83) 83. Democratic and other incumbent, no race in state20.1
85) 85. Democratic and Republican incumbents, no race in state432.8
97) 97. Washington DC10.1
TOTAL1511100.0
430) Democratic House candidate name (alpha) (DHC_NAME)
431) Candidate code - Democratic House candidate (DC_CODE)
TOTAL%
31) Democratic candidate in open house race15911.7
33) Democratic house incumbent62445.8
35) Democratic house challenger57942.5
Missing149 
TOTAL1362100.0
432) Democratic House candidate gender (DHCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male113283.1
2) Female23016.9
Missing149 
TOTAL1362100.0
433) Republican House candidate name (alpha) (RHC_NAME)
434) Candidate code - Republican House candidate (RC_CODE)
TOTAL%
32) Republican candidate in open house race14010.3
34) Republican house incumbent73153.7
36) Republican house challenger49036.0
Missing150 
TOTAL1361100.0
435) Republican House candidate gender (RHCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male122389.9
2) Female13810.1
Missing150 
TOTAL1361100.0
436) Independent/3rd-Party House candidate name (alpha) (IHC_NAME)
437) Candidate code -Independent/3rd-Party House candidate (IC_CODE)
TOTAL%
32) 2nd Republican candidate in open house race211.1
37) 3rd-party or independent house candidate - non incumbent1477.8
39) 3rd-party or independent house candidate - incumbent211.1
Missing1493 
TOTAL18100.0
438) Independent/3rd-Party House candidate gender (IHCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male18100.0
Missing1493 
TOTAL18100.0
439) Independent/3rd-Party House candidate party (alpha) (IHCPART)
440) Retiring House representative name (alpha) (RET_REPR)
441) Candidate code - Retiring House representative (RETR_CDE)
TOTAL%
41) Democratic representative retiring4442.7
42) Republican representative retiring5957.3
Missing1408 
TOTAL103100.0
442) Is Retiring House representative also Senate candidate (RETRSCAN)
TOTAL%
1) House retiree is running as Democratic Senate cand in 200232.9
2) House retiree is running as Republican Senate cand in 20021413.6
3) House retiree is not running as Senate cand in 20028683.5
Missing1408 
TOTAL103100.0
443) Retiring House representative gender (RETRGNDR)
TOTAL%
1) Male9087.4
2) Female1312.6
Missing1408 
TOTAL103100.0
444) Democratic Senate candidate name (alpha) (DSC_NAME)
445) Candidate code - Democratic Senate candidate (DSC_CODE)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic candidate in open Senate28938.1
3) Democratic Senate incumbent29138.3
5) Democratic Senate challenger17923.6
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
446) Democratic Senate candidate gender (DSCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male61380.8
2) Female14619.2
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
447) Republican Senate candidate name (alpha) (RSC_NAME)
448) Candidate code - Republican Senate candidate (RSC_CODE)
TOTAL%
2) Republican candidate in open Senate28935.8
4) Republican Senate incumbent26933.3
6) Republican Senate challenger25030.9
Missing703 
TOTAL808100.0
449) Republican Senate candidate gender (RSCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male77495.8
2) Female344.2
Missing703 
TOTAL808100.0
450) Independent/3rd-Party Senate candidate name (alpha) (ISC_NAME)
451) Candidate code - Independent/3rd-Party Senate candidate (ISC_CODE)
TOTAL%
6) Republican Senate challenger4243.8
7) 3rd-party or independent Senate candidate5456.3
Missing1415 
TOTAL96100.0
452) Independent/3rd-Party Senate candidate gender (ISCGENDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male5456.3
2) Female4243.8
Missing1415 
TOTAL96100.0
453) Independent/3rd-Party Senate candidate party (alpha) (ISCPARTY)
454) 2002 House Election Winner - candidate code (HSEWINNE)
TOTAL%
31) Democratic candidate in open House race593.9
32) Republican candidate in open House race1006.6
33) Democratic House incumbent61540.8
34) Republican House incumbent72147.8
35) Democratic House challenger50.3
36) Republican House challenger70.5
39) 3rd-party or independent House candidate – incumbent (VT01)20.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1509100.0
455) 2002 House Election Winner - Party (HSEWINPT)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat67945.0
5) Republican82854.9
7) Other20.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1509100.0
456) Vote % Dem House candidate (VOTEDHC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL136251.69522
457) Vote % Rep House candidate (VOTERHC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL136155.60221
458) Vote % Ind/3rd Party House candidate (VOTEIHC)
TOTAL%
1) 31.5
3) 115.7
6) 73.6
7) 4523.2
8) 168.2
9) 63.1
10) 199.8
11) 136.7
13) 2412.4
14) 105.2
16) 63.1
17) 84.1
19) 21.0
20) 21.0
21) 42.1
22) 94.6
24) 21.0
25) 31.5
26) 21.0
65) 21.0
Missing1317 
TOTAL194100.0
459) Ind/3rd Party House candidate name (OK)
460) Ind/3rd Party House candidate party (IHCPARTY)
461) 2002 Senate Election Winner - candidate code (SENWINNR)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic candidate in open Senate344.0
2) Republican candidate in open Senate25530.0
3) Democratic Senate incumbent24128.4
4) Republican Senate incumbent24729.1
5) Democratic Senate challenger222.6
6) Republican Senate challenger505.9
Missing662 
TOTAL849100.0
462) 2002 Senate Election Winner - Party (SENWINPT)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat29735.0
5) Republican55265.0
Missing662 
TOTAL849100.0
463) Vote % Dem Senate candidate (VOTEDSC)
TOTAL%
14) 30.4
27) 60.8
33) 60.8
35) 20.3
36) 202.6
37) 131.7
40) 678.8
41) 50.7
43) 11114.6
44) 486.3
45) 293.8
46) 10714.1
47) 678.8
49) 202.6
50) 60.8
54) 8310.9
58) 20.3
60) 557.2
61) 607.9
63) 60.8
78) 20.3
81) 415.4
Missing752 
TOTAL759100.0
464) Vote % Rep Senate candidate (VOTERSC)
TOTAL%
14) 425.2
22) 20.2
37) 60.7
38) 11514.2
41) 20.2
44) 617.5
46) 222.7
49) 60.7
50) 749.2
51) 485.9
53) 303.7
54) 779.5
55) 11113.7
56) 293.6
57) 131.6
59) 435.3
64) 202.5
65) 81.0
73) 60.7
83) 162.0
84) 718.8
85) 60.7
Missing703 
TOTAL808100.0
465) Vote % Ind/3rd party Senate candidate (VOTEISC)
TOTAL%
2) 5427.3
6) 136.6
9) 8341.9
15) 63.0
27) 4221.2
Missing1313 
TOTAL198100.0
466) Junior Senator Status 2002 (SEN_JRST)
TOTAL%
0) Junior Senator not running or retiring in 2002122981.4
1) Junior Senator running in 200228118.6
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
467) Junior Senator Party 2002 (SENJRPTY)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic89058.9
5) Republican61840.9
7) Other20.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
468) Senior Senator Status 2002 (SEN_SRST)
TOTAL%
0) Senior Senator not running or retiring in 200294262.4
1) Senior Senator running in 200227918.5
2) Senior Senator retiring in 200228919.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
469) Senior Senator Party 2002 (SENSRPTY)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic82854.8
5) Republican68245.2
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
470) Junior Senator name (alpha) (JSENNAME)
471) Junior Senator code (JSENCODE)
TOTAL%
3) Democratic Senate running incumbent1429.4
4) Republican Senate running incumbent1399.2
11) Democratic Junior Senator74849.5
12) Republican Junior Senator47931.7
13) Independent/3rd-party Junior Senator20.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
472) Junior Senator gender (JSENGNDE)
TOTAL%
1) Male96163.6
2) Female54936.4
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
473) Senior Senator Name (SENSRNAM)
474) Senior Senator Code (SENCODE)
TOTAL%
3) Democratic Senate running incumbent1499.9
4) Republican Senate running incumbent1308.6
17) Democratic senior Senator59139.1
18) Republican senior Senator35123.2
27) Retiring Democratic senior Senator in state with open race885.8
28) Retiring Republican senior Senator in state with open race20113.3
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
475) Senior Senator gender (SEN_GNDR)
TOTAL%
1) Male130486.4
2) Female20613.6
Missing1 
TOTAL1510100.0
476) Retiring Senator Name (RSENNAME)
477) Retiring Senator Code (RSENCODE)
TOTAL%
27) Retiring Democratic senior Senator in state with open race8830.4
28) Retiring Republican senior Senator in state with open race20169.6
Missing1222 
TOTAL289100.0
478) Retiring Senator gender (RSENGNDR)
TOTAL%
1) Male289100.0
Missing1222 
TOTAL289100.0
479) Some people don't pay much attention to political campaigns. How about you? Would you say that you have been very much interested, somewhat interested or not much interested in the political campaigns so far this year? (CPGINTRS)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Very much interested46434.5
3) Somewhat interested69051.3
5) Not much interested19014.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
480) Did you watch any programs about the campaign on television? (PRG_TV)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes89966.8
5) No44533.1
8) Don't know10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
481) Do you ever discuss politics with your family or friends? (DISCUSSP)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Yes111382.7
5) No22917.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
482) IF RESPONDENT DISCUSSED POLITICS WITH FAMILY OR FRIENDS IN PAST WEEK: How many days IN THE PAST WEEK did you talk about politics with family or friends? (DISCWEEK)
TOTAL%
0) None746.6
1) One day12911.6
2) Two days20118.1
3) Three days23320.9
4) Four days12411.1
5) Five days918.2
6) Six days312.8
7) Every day22219.9
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused20.2
99) NA50.4
Missing398 
TOTAL1113100.0
483) As you know, the political parties try to talk to as many people as they can to get them to vote for their candidate. Did anyone from one of the POLITICAL PARTIES call you up or come around and talk to you about the campaign this year? (PRTYCNTC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes70552.4
5) No63947.5
8) Don't know20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
484) IF POLITICAL PARTY SPOKE TO RESPONDENT ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN: Which party was that? (PTYSPEAK)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.6
1) Democrats16022.7
5) Republicans19527.7
6) Both27438.9
7) Other426.0
8) Dont know304.3
Missing806 
TOTAL705100.0
485) We would like to find out about some of the things people do to help a party or a candidate win an election. During the campaign, did you talk to any people and try to show them why they should vote for or against one of the parties or candidates? (CAMPTALK)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes44533.1
5) No89566.5
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
486) Did you wear a campaign button, put a campaign sticker on your car, or place a sign in your window or in front of your house? (CAMPSIGN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13910.3
5) No120689.6
8) Don't know10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
487) Did you go to any political meetings, rallies, speeches, dinners, or things like that in support of a particular candidate? (POL_MEET)
TOTAL%
1) Yes836.2
5) No126393.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
488) Did you do any (other) work for one of the parties or candidates? (CANDWORK)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes614.5
5) No128495.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
489) During an election year people are often asked to make a contribution to support campaigns. Did you give money to AN INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATE running for public office? (CANDCONT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1007.4
5) No124592.5
8) Don't know10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
490) Did you give money to A POLITICAL PARTY during this election year? (GIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1279.4
5) No121890.5
8) Don't know10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
491) Did you give any money to ANY OTHER GROUP that supported or opposed candidates? (GIVE2)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Yes1108.2
5) No122791.2
8) Don't know50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
492) During the campaign this year, did anyone talk to you about REGISTERING TO VOTE or GETTING OUT TO VOTE? (REG_TALK)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes, someone did67850.4
5) No, no one did66349.3
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
493) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR VERSION 1 OF VOTE TURNOUT QUESTION: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. How about you--did you vote in the elections this November? (VOTE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, voted50074.4
5) No, didn't vote17225.6
Missing839 
TOTAL672100.0
494) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR VERSION 2 OF VOTE TURNOUT QUESTION: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. Which of the following statements best describes you: One, I did not vote (in the election this November); Two, I thought about voting this time - but didn't; Three, I usually vote, but didn't this time; or Four, I am sure I voted? (VOTE2)
TOTAL%
1) I did not vote619.1
2) I thought about voting this time - but didn't537.9
3) I usually vote but didn't this time9614.2
4) I am sure I voted46268.5
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing837 
TOTAL674100.0
495) In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. How about you--did you vote in the elections this November? VERSION 2: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. Which of the following statements best describes you: One, I did not vote (in the election this November); Two, I thought about voting this time - but didn't; Three, I usually vote, but didn't this time; or Four, I am sure I voted? SUMMARY: RESPONDENT 2002 ELECTION TURNOUT (VOTE3)
TOTAL%
1) R reported voting in 2002 election96271.5
5) R reported not voting in 2002 election38228.4
8) R did not know whether voted in 200210.1
9) R refused to say whether voted in 200210.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
496) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR NA/REFUSED IF VOTED: Were you registered to vote in this election? (VOTE_REG)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Yes24263.2
5) No13134.2
8) Don't know92.3
Missing1128 
TOTAL383100.0
497) Are you registered to vote? (REGISTRD)
TOTAL%
0) NA90.7
1) Yes, registered in (county/Washington D.C.)115595.9
5) No, registered elsewhere393.2
7) Not registered elsewhere but district misassignment10.1
Missing307 
TOTAL1204100.0
498) The first 2 digits are FIPS state code; last 3 digits are FIPS county code. [BLANKED TO PRESERVE RESPONDENT CONFIDENTIALITY] (FIPS_SC)
TOTAL%
0) 1511100.0
TOTAL1511100.0
499) IF RESPONDENT VOTED OR IS REGISTERED NONVOTER: IF RESPONDENT REGISTERED OUTSIDE OF COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: In what county and state are you registered? STATE OF REGISTRATION - RESPONDENT REGISTERED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE (LOC_REG)
TOTAL%
0) 1842.9
5) 24.8
6) 12.4
8) 12.4
9) 12.4
12) 37.1
17) 12.4
18) 12.4
24) 12.4
26) 12.4
41) 12.4
42) 37.1
48) 37.1
51) 12.4
53) 12.4
55) 24.8
72) 12.4
Missing1469 
TOTAL42100.0
500) IF RESPONDENT VOTED OR IS REGISTERED NONVOTER: IF RESPONDENT REGISTERED OUTSIDE OF COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: In what county and state are you registered? DISTRICT OF REGISTRATION-RESPONDENT REGISTERED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE (LOC_REG2)
TOTAL%
0) 1638.1
500) 24.8
600) 12.4
800) 12.4
900) 12.4
1200) 37.1
1202) 12.4
1700) 12.4
1800) 12.4
2400) 12.4
2600) 12.4
4100) 12.4
4200) 37.1
4800) 37.1
5100) 12.4
5109) 12.4
5300) 12.4
5500) 24.8
7200) 12.4
Missing1469 
TOTAL42100.0
501) VERSION 1: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. How about you--did you vote in the elections this November? / VERSION 2: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. Which of the following statements best describes you: One, I did not vote (in the election this November); Two, I thought about voting this time - but didn't; Three, I usually vote, but didn't this time; or Four, I am sure I voted? Were you registered to vote in this election? -- SUMMARY: respondent vote/registration status (VREGSUM)
TOTAL%
1) R voted, registered in county93269.2
2) R voted, registered outside county302.2
3) R did not vote or DK/RF/NA if voted38328.5
6) Washington D.C.: r did not vote or DK/R10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
502) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: Did you vote ON ELECTION DAY -- that is, November 5, 2002, or did you vote at SOME TIME BEFORE this? (VOTEELEC)
TOTAL%
0) NA121.2
1) On election day80683.8
5) Some time before this14314.9
8) Don't know10.1
Missing549 
TOTAL962100.0
503) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED BEFORE ELECTION DAY: How long before November 5th did you vote? (VOTE_BEF)
TOTAL%
0) NA2517.5
1) Less than one week, 1-6 days4531.5
2) One week; 7 days3927.3
3) 1-2 weeks; 8-14 days2517.5
4) 2-3 weeks; 15-21 days74.9
5) 3-4 weeks; 22-28 days10.7
87) Other10.7
Missing1368 
TOTAL143100.0
504) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED BEFORE ELECTION DAY: Did you vote in person or by absentee ballot? (VOTEBEF2)
TOTAL%
0) NA53.5
1) In person3625.2
5) Absentee ballot9163.6
7) Respondent volunteers: by mail [Oregon only]117.7
Missing1368 
TOTAL143100.0
505) IF RESPONDENT VOTED AND NOT WASHINGTON D.C.: How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington. Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives? (VOTEHOUS)
TOTAL%
0) NA141.5
1) Yes, voted for House of Representative82986.2
5) No, didn't vote for House of Representative10210.6
8) Don't know171.8
Missing549 
TOTAL962100.0
506) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF NOT WASHINGTON DC AND VOTED IN COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? Did you vote for (the Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/(REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (other party) candidate, (other cand name)) (or someone else?)? (VOTEH1)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) (Preload Dem cand name)36144.8
3) (Preload Ind/3rd party cand name)20.2
5) (Preload Rep cand name)38647.9
7) Other [specify]415.1
8) Don't know60.7
9) Refused70.9
Missing705 
TOTAL806100.0
507) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF NOT WASHINGTON DC AND VOTED IN COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? Did you vote for (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/(REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the [Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? CANDIDATE CODE HOUSE VOTE - IN COUNTY (VOTEH2)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.6
31) Democratic House candidate in open race334.1
32) Republican House candidate in open race455.6
33) Democratic House incumbent23328.9
34) Republican House incumbent25531.6
35) Democratic House challenger9511.8
36) Republican House challenger8610.7
39) Third party or Independent House can20.2
85) Name not on candidate list394.8
88) Don't know60.7
89) Refused70.9
Missing705 
TOTAL806100.0
508) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? HOUSE VOTE CANDIDATE CODE - RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW [Note, in 1 case respondents outside candidate was in the same congressional district as district of residence--this case coded as 33] (VOTEH3)
TOTAL%
0) NA723.3
33) 13.3
73) Democratic incumbent13.3
81) Democrat no name given620.0
82) Republican no name given1343.3
85) Name not on candidate list13.3
88) Don't know13.3
Missing1481 
TOTAL30100.0
509) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Which party was that? PARTY OF HOUSE VOTE - OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW (VOTEH4)
TOTAL%
0) NA723.3
1) Democrat826.7
2) Republican1446.7
3) Other (third party or independent can)13.3
Missing1481 
TOTAL30100.0
510) IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN COUNTY AND NOT WASHINGTON DC / IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? Did you vote for (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/(REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? /Who did you vote for? Which party was that? CANDIDATE CODE HOUSE VOTE SUMMARY - ALL VOTERS (VOTEH5)
TOTAL%
0) NA121.4
31) Democratic House candidate in open race333.9
32) Republican House candidate in open race455.4
33) Democratic House incumbent23428.0
34) Republican House incumbent25530.5
35) Democratic House challenger9511.4
36) Republican House challenger8610.3
39) Third party or Independent House candidate – incumbent OUTSIDE DISTRICT20.2
73) Democratic Incumbent10.1
81) Democrat--no name given60.7
82) Republican--no name given131.6
85) Name not on candidate list404.8
88) Don't know70.8
89) Refused70.8
Missing675 
TOTAL836100.0
511) IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN COUNTY AND NOT WASHINGTON DC /IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? Did you vote for (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/(REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? / Who did you vote for? Which party was that? CANDIDATE PARTY HOUSE VOTE SUMMARY - ALL VOTERS (VOTEH6)
TOTAL%
0) NA121.4
1) Democrat36944.1
2) Republican39947.7
3) Other (third party or Independent can)20.2
7) Name not on candidate list for this race404.8
8) Don't know70.8
9) Refused70.8
Missing675 
TOTAL836100.0
512) If respondent voted: summary: Senate race status (SEN_REG)
TOTAL%
1) Registered in county and race in state52554.6
2) Registered in county and no race in state40742.3
3) Registered outside county or DK/RF/NA where registered303.1
Missing549 
TOTAL962100.0
513) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN COUNTY OF INTERVIEW IN STATE WITH SENATE RACE:/IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW: How about the election for the United States Senate? Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. Senate? (VOTE_SEN)
TOTAL%
0) NA71.3
1) Yes, voted for Senate52093.7
5) No, didn't vote for Senate213.8
7) R volunteers: no race in state of vote10.2
8) Don't know61.1
Missing956 
TOTAL555100.0
514) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN COUNTY OF INTERVIEW IN STATE WITH SENATE RACE: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR SENATE: Who did you vote for? Did you vote for (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/(REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? (VOTES1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Preload Dem cand name23347.0
3) Preload Ind/3rd party cand name102.0
5) Preload Rep cand name22846.0
7) Other [specify]183.6
8) Don't know20.4
9) Refused40.8
Missing1015 
TOTAL496100.0
515) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN COUNTY OF INTERVIEW IN STATE WITH SENATE RACE: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR SENATE: CANDIDATE CODE SENATE VOTE - IN COUNTY (VOTES2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Democratic candidate in open Senate race6913.9
2) Republican candidate in open Senate race8617.3
3) Democratic Senate incumbent12024.2
4) Republican Senate incumbent9118.3
5) Democratic Senate challenger448.9
6) Republican Senate challenger5911.9
7) Third party or independent Senate candidate - nonincumbent20.4
85) Name not on candidate list183.6
88) Don't know20.4
89) Refused40.8
Missing1015 
TOTAL496100.0
516) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR SENATE: Who did you vote for? SENATE VOTE CANDIDATE CODE - RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW (VOTES3)
TOTAL%
2) Republican candidate in open Senate race14.2
3) Democratic Senate incumbent14.2
4) Republican Senate incumbent14.2
5) Democratic Senate challenger14.2
74) Republican incumbent14.2
81) Democrat--no name given520.8
82) Republican--no name given1041.7
85) Name not on candidate list28.3
88) Don't know14.2
89) Refused14.2
Missing1487 
TOTAL24100.0
517) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR SENATE: Which party was that? PARTY OF SENATE VOTE - OUTSIDE COUNTY OF INTERVIEW (VOTES4)
TOTAL%
0) NA14.2
1) Democratic625.0
5) Republican1458.3
7) Other [specify]14.2
9) Refused28.3
Missing1487 
TOTAL24100.0
518) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN STATE OF INTERVIEW AND RACE IN STATE / IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE STATE OF INTERVIEW: VOTED FOR SENATE: CANDIDATE CODE SENATE VOTE SUMMARY - ALL VOTERS (VOTES5)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Democratic candidate in open Senate race6913.3
2) Republican candidate in open Senate race8716.7
3) Democratic Senate incumbent12123.3
4) Republican Senate incumbent9217.7
5) Democratic Senate challenger458.7
6) Republican Senate challenger5911.3
7) Third party or independent Senate candidate – nonincumbent20.4
74) Republican incumbent10.2
81) Democrat--no name given51.0
82) Republican--no name given101.9
85) Name not on candidate list203.8
88) Don't know30.6
89) Refused51.0
Missing991 
TOTAL520100.0
519) IF RESPONDENT VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED IN STATE OF INTERVIEW AND RACE IN STATE / IF RESPONDENT VOTED OUTSIDE STATE OF INTERVIEW: ED FOR SENATE: CANDIDATE PARTY SENATE VOTE SUMMARY - ALL VOTERS (VOTES6)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Democrat24046.2
2) Republican24947.9
3) Other (third party or independent can)20.4
7) Name not on candidate list for this race203.8
8) Don't know30.6
9) Refused51.0
Missing991 
TOTAL520100.0
520) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF NOT WASHINGTON D.C.: How about the election for the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES in Washington? Did you PREFER one of the candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives? (HSEPREF1)
TOTAL%
0) NA71.8
1) Yes6416.7
5) No30679.9
8) Don't know51.3
9) Refused10.3
Missing1128 
TOTAL383100.0
521) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF NOT WASHINGTON D.C.: IF RESPONDENT PREFERRED ONE OF THE U.S. HOUSE CANDIDATES: Who did you prefer? Did you prefer (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME), (REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME),(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? NONVOTER HOUSE CANDIDATE PREFERENCE (HSEPREF2)
TOTAL%
0) NA11.6
1) (Preload Dem cand name)2742.2
5) (Preload Rep cand name)2640.6
7) Other [specify]812.5
8) Don't know11.6
9) Refused11.6
Missing1447 
TOTAL64100.0
522) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF NOT WASHINGTON D.C.: IF RESPONDENT PREFERRED ONE OF THE U.S. HOUSE CANDIDATES: NONVOTER HOUSE CANDIDATE PREFERENCE - CANDIDATE CODE (HSEPREF3)
TOTAL%
0) NA11.6
31) Democratic House candidate in open race57.8
32) Republican House candidate in open race11.6
33) Democratic House incumbent1625.0
34) Republican House incumbent1828.1
35) Democratic House challenger69.4
36) Republican House challenger710.9
85) Name not on candidate list812.5
88) Don't know11.6
89) Refused11.6
Missing1447 
TOTAL64100.0
523) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: RACE IN STATE OF INTERVIEW? Senate race in state of INTERVIEW? (SENRACE2)
TOTAL%
1) State with race42043.7
2) State with no race (including Washington DC)54256.3
Missing549 
TOTAL962100.0
524) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF STATE WITH SENATE RACE: How about the election for the UNITED STATES SENATE? Did you PREFER one of the candidates for the U.S. Senate? (SENPREF1)
TOTAL%
0) NA41.9
1) Yes6630.8
5) No14165.9
8) Don't know31.4
Missing1297 
TOTAL214100.0
525) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF STATE WITH SENATE RACE: RESPONDENT PREFERRED ONE OF THE U.S. SENATE CANDIDATES: Who did you prefer? Did you prefer (the [Democrat/Republican], [(DEM CAND NAME)/ (REP CAND NAME)]) (or) (the Republican/Democrat], [(REP CAND NAME)/(DEM CAND NAME)]) (or the (OTHER PARTY) candidate, (OTHER CAND NAME)) (or someone else?)? NONVOTER SENATE CANDIDATE PREFERENCE (SENPREF2)
TOTAL%
1) (Preload Dem cand name)3248.5
3) (Preload Ind/3rd party cand name)11.5
5) (Preload Rep cand name)3147.0
7) Other [specify]11.5
9) Refused11.5
Missing1445 
TOTAL66100.0
526) IF RESPONDENT DID NOT VOTE OR DK/NA IF VOTED: IF STATE WITH SENATE RACE: RESPONDENT PREFERRED ONE OF THE U.S. SENATE CANDIDATES: NONVOTER SENATE CANDIDATE PREFERENCE - CANDIDATE CODE (SENPREF3)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic candidate in open Senate race1827.3
2) Republican candidate in open Senate race913.6
3) Democratic Senate incumbent812.1
4) Republican Senate incumbent1421.2
5) Democratic Senate challenger69.1
6) Republican Senate challenger913.6
85) Name not on candidate list11.5
89) Refused11.5
Missing1445 
TOTAL66100.0
527) In some countries, people believe their elections are conducted fairly. In other countries, people believe that their elections are conducted unfairly. Thinking of the Congressional elections we've just had, do you believe they were very fair, somewhat fair, neither fair nor unfair, somewhat unfair, or very unfair? (CELECFAI)
TOTAL%
0) NA120.9
1) Very fair65949.0
2) Somewhat fair41731.0
3) Neither fair nor unfair1128.3
4) Somewhat unfair1017.5
5) Very unfair322.4
8) Don't know100.7
9) Refused30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
528) I'd like to get your feelings toward some people in the news these days. I'll read the name of a person and I'll ask you to rate that person on a thermometer that runs from 0 to 100 degrees. Rating above 50 means that you feel favorable and warm toward the person. Rating below 50 means that you feel unfavorable and cool toward the person. Rating right at the 50 degree mark means you don't feel particularly warm or cold. You may use any number from 0 to 100 to tell me how favorable or unfavorable your feelings are. If we come to a person whose name you don't recognize, just tell me and we'll move on to the next one: -- THERMOMETER RATING: GEORGE W. BUSH [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (BUSHTHR2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL134667.18642
529) IF RESPONDENT'S COUNTY OF RESIDENCE HAS A DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (HCANTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 161.3
1) 30.2
2) 30.2
4) 20.2
5) 10.1
6) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 80.7
15) 30.2
20) 141.2
22) 10.1
25) 90.7
29) 10.1
30) 161.3
35) 100.8
40) 544.5
45) 110.9
49) 30.2
50) 29724.5
51) 30.2
52) 10.1
55) 151.2
57) 10.1
60) 967.9
64) 10.1
65) 242.0
66) 10.1
70) 726.0
75) 736.0
80) 484.0
85) 141.2
86) 10.1
87) 10.1
90) 312.6
95) 121.0
98) 20.2
100) 121.0
887) 30525.2
888) 373.1
889) 50.4
999) 10.1
Missing301 
TOTAL1210100.0
530) IF RESPONDENT'S COUNTY OF RESIDENCE HAS A REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE NAME [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (RHCANTHR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1212266.852361
531) IF RESPONDENT'S COUNTY OF RESIDENCE HAS A RETIRING HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED RETIRING HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (RREPTHRM)
TOTAL%
2) 11.1
4) 11.1
5) 11.1
10) 11.1
20) 22.3
25) 11.1
30) 22.3
35) 11.1
40) 55.7
49) 22.3
50) 1921.8
51) 11.1
55) 11.1
60) 55.7
65) 22.3
70) 44.6
75) 910.3
80) 66.9
90) 66.9
100) 22.3
887) 1416.1
888) 11.1
Missing1424 
TOTAL87100.0
532) IF RESPONDENT LIVES IN A STATE WITH A DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATE: IF DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATE IS NOT HOUSE RETIREE: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED DEMOCRATIC SENATE CANDIDATE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (DSC_THRM)
TOTAL%
0) 121.8
1) 10.1
2) 30.4
5) 71.0
6) 10.1
10) 71.0
15) 30.4
20) 111.6
22) 10.1
25) 121.8
30) 243.6
34) 10.1
35) 50.7
38) 10.1
40) 487.1
42) 10.1
45) 192.8
49) 10.1
50) 15222.6
51) 10.1
52) 20.3
55) 142.1
60) 588.6
65) 223.3
70) 487.1
71) 10.1
75) 6910.2
80) 507.4
82) 10.1
85) 71.0
90) 192.8
91) 10.1
92) 10.1
93) 10.1
95) 60.9
98) 10.1
99) 20.3
100) 91.3
887) 355.2
888) 131.9
889) 10.1
999) 20.3
Missing837 
TOTAL674100.0
533) IF RESPONDENT LIVES IN A STATE WITH A REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE: IF REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE IS NOT HOUSE RETIREE: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (RSC_THRM)
TOTAL%
0) 50.7
1) 20.3
3) 20.3
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 91.3
20) 202.8
25) 111.6
30) 233.3
35) 30.4
40) 446.2
45) 111.6
48) 20.3
49) 40.6
50) 15421.8
51) 30.4
52) 30.4
53) 10.1
55) 101.4
60) 7610.7
65) 202.8
68) 20.3
70) 456.4
72) 10.1
74) 10.1
75) 517.2
80) 476.6
85) 202.8
90) 365.1
95) 71.0
98) 20.3
100) 50.7
887) 699.8
888) 152.1
999) 10.1
Missing804 
TOTAL707100.0
534) IF RESPONDENT LIVES IN LOUISIANA: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED LA 2ND REPUBLICAN SENATE CANDIDATE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LASENTHR)
TOTAL%
0) 12.6
10) 12.6
25) 25.3
30) 12.6
45) 12.6
49) 12.6
50) 718.4
56) 12.6
60) 25.3
70) 37.9
75) 12.6
80) 513.2
85) 37.9
100) 12.6
887) 615.8
888) 25.3
Missing1473 
TOTAL38100.0
535) IF INDEPENDENT/3RD PARTY HOUSE CAND.:/IF LA05: THERMOMETER RATING: PRELOADED INDEPEN./3RD PARTY HOUSE CANDIDATE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (IHC_THRM)
TOTAL%
40) 15.9
50) 211.8
60) 15.9
70) 15.9
80) 317.6
887) 847.1
888) 15.9
Missing1494 
TOTAL17100.0
536) THERMOMETER RATING: THE SUPREME COURT [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (SUPCTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 60.4
1) 30.2
2) 30.2
4) 20.1
5) 30.2
7) 20.1
10) 70.5
15) 10.1
20) 110.8
25) 161.2
30) 221.6
35) 70.5
40) 493.6
45) 201.5
48) 10.1
49) 40.3
50) 29221.7
51) 20.1
52) 20.1
53) 10.1
55) 191.4
57) 10.1
59) 10.1
60) 15611.6
65) 493.6
68) 10.1
70) 14410.7
72) 10.1
74) 10.1
75) 14610.8
78) 10.1
80) 16011.9
82) 20.1
85) 463.4
88) 10.1
90) 866.4
92) 10.1
95) 181.3
98) 10.1
100) 251.9
887) 40.3
888) 231.7
889) 40.3
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
537) THERMOMETER RATING: CONGRESS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (CNGRSTHR)
TOTAL%
0) 50.4
1) 30.2
2) 40.3
3) 20.1
4) 10.1
5) 40.3
6) 10.1
10) 110.8
15) 30.2
20) 151.1
22) 10.1
25) 171.3
30) 302.2
34) 10.1
35) 60.4
40) 977.2
45) 272.0
48) 10.1
49) 40.3
50) 35226.2
51) 20.1
52) 20.1
55) 382.8
57) 10.1
60) 22316.6
62) 10.1
65) 523.9
66) 10.1
69) 20.1
70) 14210.5
71) 10.1
72) 10.1
75) 1259.3
78) 10.1
80) 856.3
82) 10.1
83) 10.1
85) 221.6
90) 261.9
94) 10.1
95) 70.5
100) 90.7
887) 20.1
888) 120.9
889) 10.1
999) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
538) THERMOMETER RATING: THE MILITARY [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (MILITHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 50.4
2) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 40.3
8) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 30.2
15) 20.1
20) 70.5
25) 40.3
30) 141.0
35) 60.4
39) 10.1
40) 151.1
45) 60.4
48) 30.2
49) 10.1
50) 1208.9
51) 10.1
55) 161.2
56) 10.1
60) 1088.0
65) 201.5
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 13610.1
72) 10.1
75) 14310.6
78) 10.1
80) 21415.9
83) 20.1
85) 533.9
88) 10.1
89) 20.1
90) 19214.3
95) 564.2
96) 10.1
98) 90.7
99) 70.5
100) 16612.3
887) 10.1
888) 110.8
889) 40.3
999) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
539) THERMOMETER RATING: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN WASHINGTON [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (FEDGTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 90.7
1) 20.1
2) 40.3
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 60.4
7) 10.1
10) 90.7
20) 120.9
24) 10.1
25) 161.2
30) 372.7
35) 151.1
38) 30.2
39) 10.1
40) 775.7
45) 251.9
48) 10.1
49) 60.4
50) 29722.1
51) 70.5
52) 20.1
55) 403.0
58) 10.1
60) 18914.0
62) 20.1
65) 473.5
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 1329.8
75) 15011.1
79) 10.1
80) 1178.7
84) 10.1
85) 251.9
87) 10.1
89) 10.1
90) 473.5
95) 110.8
97) 10.1
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 231.7
887) 10.1
888) 141.0
889) 20.1
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
540) THERMOMETER RATING: BLACKS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (BLKSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 40.3
2) 10.1
5) 20.1
7) 10.1
10) 50.4
20) 30.2
23) 10.1
25) 40.3
30) 70.5
34) 10.1
35) 10.1
38) 10.1
40) 191.4
45) 70.5
49) 30.2
50) 46034.2
51) 30.2
52) 20.1
55) 80.6
57) 10.1
60) 1077.9
65) 151.1
68) 10.1
70) 856.3
75) 1198.8
80) 1138.4
85) 332.5
86) 10.1
88) 10.1
90) 866.4
92) 10.1
95) 221.6
97) 10.1
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 1239.1
887) 40.3
888) 433.2
889) 473.5
999) 70.5
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
541) THERMOMETER RATING: WHITES [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (WHTSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 20.1
4) 10.1
7) 20.1
9) 10.1
10) 50.4
15) 20.1
24) 10.1
25) 30.2
27) 10.1
30) 20.1
35) 20.1
40) 120.9
45) 40.3
49) 30.2
50) 43031.9
51) 10.1
55) 90.7
56) 10.1
57) 10.1
60) 866.4
65) 181.3
70) 926.8
75) 1319.7
80) 13510.0
85) 372.7
88) 10.1
90) 1037.7
92) 10.1
95) 261.9
96) 10.1
97) 10.1
98) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 1319.7
887) 60.4
888) 382.8
889) 483.6
999) 60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
542) THERMOMETER RATING: CONSERVATIVES [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (CONSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 120.9
2) 10.1
3) 30.2
4) 10.1
5) 50.4
6) 10.1
8) 30.2
10) 161.2
15) 30.2
20) 241.8
25) 171.3
28) 10.1
30) 352.6
33) 10.1
35) 60.4
37) 10.1
39) 20.1
40) 856.3
43) 10.1
44) 10.1
45) 292.2
46) 10.1
48) 20.1
49) 50.4
50) 38028.2
51) 40.3
52) 10.1
55) 241.8
60) 15211.3
62) 10.1
64) 10.1
65) 362.7
68) 10.1
70) 1077.9
72) 10.1
75) 947.0
80) 1007.4
85) 302.2
90) 644.8
95) 191.4
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 332.5
887) 30.2
888) 261.9
889) 90.7
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
543) THERMOMETER RATING: LIBERALS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (LIBSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 272.0
1) 60.4
2) 40.3
3) 10.1
5) 110.8
6) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 292.2
15) 70.5
19) 10.1
20) 493.6
21) 10.1
25) 292.2
30) 443.3
33) 10.1
35) 141.0
40) 15211.3
42) 10.1
45) 292.2
48) 20.1
49) 50.4
50) 42731.7
51) 50.4
55) 221.6
60) 13710.2
63) 10.1
64) 10.1
65) 372.7
70) 705.2
71) 10.1
74) 10.1
75) 634.7
80) 554.1
84) 10.1
85) 131.0
90) 261.9
95) 50.4
98) 10.1
100) 181.3
887) 90.7
888) 292.2
889) 80.6
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
544) THERMOMETER RATING: LABOR UNIONS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (UNIONTHR)
TOTAL%
0) 241.8
1) 50.4
2) 30.2
4) 10.1
5) 131.0
7) 10.1
10) 392.9
12) 10.1
15) 40.3
20) 423.1
25) 322.4
30) 533.9
35) 181.3
39) 10.1
40) 14110.5
42) 10.1
43) 10.1
45) 413.0
49) 50.4
50) 35126.1
51) 40.3
52) 10.1
55) 312.3
59) 20.1
60) 13510.0
65) 332.5
68) 10.1
70) 1017.5
75) 785.8
80) 664.9
81) 10.1
85) 110.8
90) 302.2
95) 50.4
99) 10.1
100) 362.7
887) 40.3
888) 241.8
889) 30.2
999) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
545) THERMOMETER RATING: BIG BUSINESS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (BBUSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 191.4
1) 20.1
2) 30.2
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 100.7
6) 20.1
7) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 272.0
11) 10.1
15) 20.1
20) 533.9
25) 403.0
27) 10.1
28) 10.1
30) 997.4
33) 10.1
35) 191.4
36) 10.1
40) 19014.1
45) 463.4
47) 10.1
48) 20.1
49) 80.6
50) 36026.7
51) 40.3
52) 10.1
55) 302.2
58) 10.1
60) 1319.7
65) 403.0
68) 10.1
70) 826.1
75) 624.6
80) 463.4
83) 10.1
85) 80.6
90) 151.1
95) 10.1
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 110.8
887) 20.1
888) 131.0
889) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
546) THERMOMETER RATING: POOR PEOPLE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (POORTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 10.1
1) 10.1
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
5) 20.1
8) 20.1
10) 30.2
15) 20.1
20) 10.1
25) 50.4
30) 70.5
35) 20.1
40) 181.3
45) 80.6
48) 10.1
49) 10.1
50) 45934.1
51) 20.1
52) 10.1
55) 131.0
57) 20.1
59) 10.1
60) 1329.8
65) 272.0
70) 1037.7
75) 947.0
80) 1138.4
85) 342.5
90) 755.6
94) 20.1
95) 201.5
97) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 1229.1
888) 423.1
889) 392.9
999) 70.5
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
547) THERMOMETER RATING: PEOPLE ON WELFARE [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (WELFTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 100.7
1) 10.1
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 40.3
6) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 131.0
13) 10.1
15) 30.2
20) 372.7
25) 302.2
30) 453.3
35) 191.4
40) 15811.7
42) 10.1
45) 352.6
46) 10.1
47) 10.1
48) 20.1
49) 80.6
50) 47135.0
51) 20.1
52) 20.1
55) 171.3
57) 10.1
60) 1188.8
61) 10.1
65) 312.3
70) 554.1
75) 594.4
80) 654.8
85) 191.4
90) 251.9
94) 10.1
95) 70.5
99) 10.1
100) 423.1
888) 221.6
889) 292.2
999) 40.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
548) THERMOMETER RATING: HISPANICS (HISPANIC-AMERICANS) [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (HISPTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 30.2
1) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 20.1
7) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 30.2
15) 10.1
16) 10.1
20) 110.8
25) 70.5
30) 141.0
35) 100.7
40) 403.0
45) 70.5
49) 30.2
50) 49336.6
51) 10.1
52) 20.1
55) 161.2
57) 10.1
59) 10.1
60) 1108.2
65) 282.1
70) 997.4
75) 866.4
80) 896.6
82) 10.1
85) 211.6
88) 10.1
90) 654.8
92) 10.1
94) 10.1
95) 211.6
100) 1118.2
887) 20.1
888) 423.1
889) 413.0
999) 60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
549) THERMOMETER RATING: CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALISTS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (FUNDTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 251.9
1) 30.2
2) 30.2
3) 40.3
4) 20.1
5) 171.3
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 312.3
12) 20.1
15) 30.2
20) 493.6
22) 10.1
25) 221.6
28) 20.1
30) 664.9
35) 100.7
37) 10.1
39) 10.1
40) 1309.7
45) 282.1
48) 20.1
49) 50.4
50) 35826.6
51) 20.1
55) 191.4
57) 10.1
60) 997.4
65) 201.5
70) 564.2
75) 725.3
78) 10.1
80) 473.5
85) 151.1
88) 10.1
89) 10.1
90) 392.9
94) 10.1
95) 131.0
97) 10.1
100) 685.1
887) 362.7
888) 513.8
889) 352.6
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
550) THERMOMETER RATING: OLDER PEOPLE (THE ELDERLY) [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (ELD_THRM)
TOTAL%
2) 10.1
3) 10.1
6) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 30.2
25) 20.1
30) 30.2
35) 20.1
40) 40.3
45) 10.1
49) 10.1
50) 20915.5
51) 10.1
55) 80.6
57) 10.1
60) 785.8
62) 20.1
65) 322.4
66) 10.1
70) 15211.3
73) 10.1
75) 1188.8
80) 19514.5
81) 10.1
83) 10.1
85) 554.1
90) 15411.4
93) 10.1
94) 10.1
95) 453.3
97) 10.1
98) 10.1
99) 40.3
100) 22516.7
888) 120.9
889) 231.7
999) 40.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
551) THERMOMETER RATING: ENVIRONMENTALISTS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (ENVRTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 110.8
1) 20.1
2) 10.1
3) 20.1
4) 10.1
5) 10.1
6) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 181.3
12) 10.1
15) 30.2
20) 171.3
24) 10.1
25) 151.1
30) 322.4
35) 90.7
40) 836.2
45) 251.9
48) 20.1
49) 10.1
50) 26119.4
51) 60.4
55) 332.5
57) 10.1
58) 10.1
60) 16312.1
65) 413.0
70) 14410.7
75) 1047.7
79) 20.1
80) 1309.7
83) 10.1
85) 322.4
87) 10.1
88) 20.1
90) 856.3
92) 10.1
93) 20.1
95) 171.3
98) 20.1
99) 50.4
100) 564.2
887) 50.4
888) 110.8
889) 100.7
999) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
552) THERMOMETER RATING: GAY MEN AND LESBIANS (HOMOSEXUALS) [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (GAYSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 1047.7
1) 141.0
2) 50.4
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 151.1
8) 20.1
10) 513.8
15) 40.3
20) 654.8
22) 10.1
25) 171.3
30) 544.0
32) 10.1
35) 60.4
40) 675.0
45) 161.2
48) 10.1
49) 30.2
50) 49136.5
52) 10.1
55) 90.7
56) 30.2
57) 10.1
58) 10.1
60) 715.3
65) 120.9
70) 513.8
72) 10.1
75) 483.6
80) 604.5
85) 151.1
90) 201.5
92) 10.1
95) 40.3
98) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 503.7
887) 30.2
888) 272.0
889) 413.0
999) 50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
553) THERMOMETER RATING: CATHOLICS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (CATHTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 161.2
1) 40.3
4) 10.1
5) 50.4
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 131.0
15) 40.3
19) 10.1
20) 120.9
25) 131.0
30) 141.0
35) 30.2
40) 463.4
42) 10.1
45) 100.7
49) 30.2
50) 44733.2
51) 10.1
52) 20.1
55) 151.1
57) 10.1
60) 1067.9
62) 10.1
65) 221.6
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 876.5
75) 1198.8
80) 1198.8
85) 312.3
88) 10.1
90) 775.7
92) 10.1
95) 141.0
97) 10.1
98) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 906.7
887) 10.1
888) 292.2
889) 292.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
554) THERMOMETER RATING: JEWS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (JEWSTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 60.4
1) 10.1
3) 20.1
5) 20.1
7) 10.1
10) 110.8
20) 90.7
25) 70.5
27) 10.1
30) 110.8
35) 70.5
40) 231.7
45) 120.9
47) 10.1
49) 20.1
50) 50537.5
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
55) 90.7
57) 10.1
60) 1067.9
65) 251.9
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 967.1
72) 10.1
75) 1057.8
80) 1188.8
81) 10.1
85) 292.2
90) 725.3
92) 10.1
95) 151.1
97) 10.1
98) 20.1
100) 987.3
887) 30.2
888) 231.7
889) 332.5
999) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
555) THERMOMETER RATING: PROTESTANTS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (PROTTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) 60.4
1) 10.1
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 10.1
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
10) 90.7
15) 30.2
20) 90.7
25) 50.4
30) 80.6
34) 10.1
35) 10.1
40) 191.4
42) 10.1
45) 30.2
49) 20.1
50) 48135.7
51) 10.1
55) 70.5
56) 10.1
57) 10.1
60) 1067.9
65) 221.6
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
70) 957.1
75) 1118.2
80) 13410.0
84) 10.1
85) 352.6
90) 785.8
92) 10.1
95) 151.1
97) 10.1
98) 20.1
100) 1067.9
887) 100.7
888) 332.5
889) 272.0
999) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
556) THERMOMETER RATING: FEMINISTS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (FEM_THRM)
TOTAL%
0) 241.8
1) 50.4
2) 30.2
3) 20.1
5) 131.0
8) 10.1
10) 181.3
12) 10.1
14) 10.1
15) 90.7
20) 272.0
24) 10.1
25) 231.7
30) 463.4
35) 171.3
39) 10.1
40) 1279.4
41) 10.1
45) 352.6
48) 30.2
49) 50.4
50) 42531.6
51) 20.1
53) 10.1
55) 221.6
57) 10.1
60) 1077.9
65) 292.2
66) 10.1
68) 10.1
69) 10.1
70) 745.5
72) 10.1
74) 20.1
75) 685.1
78) 10.1
80) 705.2
85) 191.4
90) 302.2
95) 80.6
97) 10.1
99) 10.1
100) 483.6
887) 171.3
888) 292.2
889) 211.6
999) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
557) THERMOMETER RATING: ASIAN-AMERICANS [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (ASIANTHR)
TOTAL%
0) 20.1
3) 10.1
4) 10.1
5) 20.1
6) 10.1
7) 10.1
10) 70.5
15) 40.3
20) 60.4
25) 70.5
30) 131.0
35) 40.3
40) 342.5
42) 10.1
45) 131.0
49) 20.1
50) 48436.0
52) 10.1
55) 110.8
57) 10.1
60) 1279.4
62) 10.1
65) 261.9
68) 10.1
70) 926.8
71) 10.1
75) 1148.5
80) 997.4
85) 241.8
89) 10.1
90) 614.5
92) 10.1
95) 131.0
97) 10.1
98) 20.1
100) 1047.7
887) 50.4
888) 352.6
889) 392.9
999) 30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
558) THERMOMETER RATING: THE NEWS MEDIA [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (MEDIATHR)
TOTAL%
0) 141.0
1) 70.5
2) 20.1
3) 50.4
4) 10.1
5) 90.7
6) 20.1
10) 272.0
12) 20.1
15) 80.6
18) 10.1
20) 261.9
25) 251.9
27) 10.1
30) 644.8
32) 10.1
35) 201.5
37) 10.1
39) 10.1
40) 15211.3
45) 362.7
48) 40.3
49) 100.7
50) 36427.0
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
55) 312.3
56) 10.1
60) 15211.3
65) 392.9
70) 795.9
75) 1158.5
78) 10.1
80) 705.2
85) 141.0
90) 241.8
95) 30.2
98) 20.1
99) 10.1
100) 110.8
887) 30.2
888) 100.7
889) 40.3
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
559) THERMOMETER RATING: THE CATHOLIC CHURCH [887=Don't recognize; 888=Don't know where to rate; 889=Refused; 999=NA] (RCC_THRM)
TOTAL%
0) 382.8
1) 110.8
2) 20.1
3) 10.1
4) 20.1
5) 120.9
6) 10.1
7) 10.1
9) 10.1
10) 403.0
12) 10.1
15) 60.4
20) 473.5
25) 392.9
30) 594.4
33) 10.1
35) 100.7
40) 1158.5
45) 211.6
49) 40.3
50) 39729.5
51) 30.2
52) 10.1
54) 10.1
55) 110.8
60) 977.2
65) 211.6
70) 644.8
75) 745.5
80) 725.3
85) 110.8
90) 533.9
95) 161.2
100) 463.4
887) 20.1
888) 362.7
889) 282.1
999) 10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
560) In your opinion, does the phrase 'he PROVIDES STRONG LEADERSHIP' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: PROVIDES STRONG LEADERSHIP (BUSH_LDR)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Extremely well15422.6
2) Quite well33749.5
3) Not too well13620.0
4) Not well at all517.5
9) Refused10.1
Missing830 
TOTAL681100.0
561) What about 'he is MORAL'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: MORAL (BUSH_MOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Extremely well19228.2
2) Quite well34751.0
3) Not too well9413.8
4) Not well at all314.6
8) Don't know91.3
9) Refused60.9
Missing830 
TOTAL681100.0
562) What about 'he is OUT OF TOUCH WITH ORDINARY PEOPLE'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: OUT OF TOUCH WITH ORDINARY PEOPLE (BUSH_OUT)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Extremely well8212.0
2) Quite well16724.5
3) Not too well24035.2
4) Not well at all18527.2
8) Don't know30.4
9) Refused20.3
Missing830 
TOTAL681100.0
563) What about 'he is KNOWLEDGEABLE'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: KNOWLEDGEABLE (BUSHKNOW)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well11216.4
2) Quite well33649.3
3) Not too well15823.2
4) Not well at all7210.6
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing830 
TOTAL681100.0
564) In your opinion, does the phrase 'he PROVIDES STRONG LEADERSHIP' describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all? GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: PROVIDES STRONG LEADERSHIP (BUSHLEAD)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well16725.1
2) Quite well32949.5
3) Not too well10716.1
4) Not well at all619.2
8) Don't know10.2
Missing846 
TOTAL665100.0
565) What about 'he REALLY CARES ABOUT PEOPLE LIKE YOU'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: REALLY CARES ABOUT PEOPLE LIKE YOU (BUSHCARE)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Extremely well11617.4
2) Quite well30145.3
3) Not too well14822.3
4) Not well at all9714.6
8) Don't know10.2
9) Refused10.2
Missing846 
TOTAL665100.0
566) What about 'he is DISHONEST'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: DISHONEST (BUSHDISH)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Extremely well294.4
2) Quite well7911.9
3) Not too well18828.3
4) Not well at all35453.2
8) Don't know101.5
9) Refused30.5
Missing846 
TOTAL665100.0
567) What about 'he is INTELLIGENT'? (Does this phrase describe George W. Bush extremely well, quite well, not too well, or not well at all?) GEORGE W. BUSH TRAIT: INTELLIGENT (BUSHINTL)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.5
1) Extremely well14121.2
2) Quite well36354.6
3) Not too well11216.8
4) Not well at all446.6
8) Don't know10.2
9) Refused10.2
Missing846 
TOTAL665100.0
568) Do you happen to know which party had the most members in the House of Representatives in Washington BEFORE the election [this/last] month? (PTY_CTRL)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) The Democrats54340.3
5) The Republicans42631.6
7) About equal; above even; about the same100.7
8) Don't know36327.0
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
569) Some people seem to follow what's going on in government and public affairs most of the time, whether there's an election going on or not. Others aren't that interested. Would you say you follow what's going on in government and public affairs most of the time, some of the time, only now and then, or hardly at all? (INT_GOV)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Most of the time44032.7
2) Some of the time58043.1
3) Only now and then23817.7
4) Hardly at all856.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
570) IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE OR VT01: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: When it comes to politics, do you think of [(DEM HOUSE CAND NAME/(REP HOUSE CAND NAME/VT01 INDEPENDENT INCUMBENT] as a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate? DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CAND/VT01 INDEP INCUMBENT: LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE (DHCPLACE)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.6
1) Liberal29032.0
2) Conservative11913.1
3) Moderate33837.3
8) Don't know15016.5
9) Refused50.6
Missing604 
TOTAL907100.0
571) IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE OR VT01: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE LIBERAL: Would you call [him/her] a strong liberal or a not very strong liberal? (DHC_LIBP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong liberal15854.5
5) Not very strong liberal12041.4
8) Don't know124.1
Missing1221 
TOTAL290100.0
572) IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE OR VT01: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE CONSERVATIVE: Would you call [him/her] a strong conservative or a not very strong conservative? (DHC_CONP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong conservative6050.4
5) Not very strong conservative5445.4
8) Don't know54.2
Missing1392 
TOTAL119100.0
573) IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE / VT01: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS DEMOCRATIC HOUSE CANDIDATE MODERATE/DK: Do you think [he/she] is more like a liberal or more like a conservative? (DHC_LCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.2
1) Liberal22546.1
2) Conservative13527.7
3) Moderate20.4
7) Can't choose; neither71.4
8) Don't know11122.7
9) Refused20.4
Missing1023 
TOTAL488100.0
574) SUMMARY: DEM HOUSE CAND/VT01 INDEP INCUMBENT LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE (DHC_SUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.6
1) Strong liberal15817.4
2) Not strong liberal13214.6
3) Leaning liberal22524.8
4) Moderate212.3
5) Leaning conservative13514.9
6) Not strong conservative596.5
7) Strong conservative606.6
8) Don't know10611.7
9) Refused60.7
Missing604 
TOTAL907100.0
575) IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: What about [(DEM HOUSE CAND NAME/(REP HOUSE CAND NAME)]? Do you think [he/she] is a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate? REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE: LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE (RHCPLACE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.3
1) Liberal727.5
2) Conservative41243.1
3) Moderate32233.7
8) Don't know14415.1
9) Refused20.2
Missing556 
TOTAL955100.0
576) IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE LIBERAL: Would you call [him/her] a strong liberal or a not very strong liberal? (RHC_LIBP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong liberal4258.3
5) Not very strong liberal2940.3
8) Don't know11.4
Missing1439 
TOTAL72100.0
577) IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE CONSERVATIVE: Would you call [him/her] a strong conservative or a not very strong conservative? (RHC_CONP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong conservative25561.9
5) Not very strong conservative13633.0
8) Don't know215.1
Missing1099 
TOTAL412100.0
578) IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN HOUSE RACE: IF RESPONDENT RECOGNIZED REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE IN THERMOMETER: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE MODERATE/DK: Do you think [he/she] is more like a liberal or more like a conservative? (RHC_LCP)
TOTAL%
0) NA61.3
1) Liberal7917.0
2) Conservative25354.3
3) Moderate40.9
7) Can't choose; neither40.9
8) Don't know12025.8
Missing1045 
TOTAL466100.0
579) SUMMARY: REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE (RHC_SUM)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.3
1) Strong liberal424.4
2) Not strong liberal303.1
3) Leaning liberal798.3
4) Moderate252.6
5) Leaning conservative25326.5
6) Not strong conservative15716.4
7) Strong conservative25526.7
8) Don't know10911.4
9) Refused20.2
Missing556 
TOTAL955100.0
580) IF LA05: What about [LA05 2ND HOUSE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE]? Do you think [he/she] is a liberal, a conservative, or a moderate? LA05 2nd REPUBLICAN HOUSE CANDIDATE: LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE (RHC2PLAC)
TOTAL%
2) Conservative2100.0
Missing1509 
TOTAL2100.0
581) IF LA05: IF RESPONDENT CONSIDERS 2ND HOUSE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CONSERVATIVE: Would you call [him/her] a STRONG conservative or a NOT VERY STRONG conservative? (RHC2CONP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Conservative2100.0
Missing1509 
TOTAL2100.0
582) Many people say they have less time these days to do volunteer work. What about you, were you able to devote any time to volunteer work IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS or did you not do so? (VOLUNTER)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes62446.4
5) No72053.5
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
583) Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? (TRUSTPPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Most people can be trusted74855.6
5) Can't be too careful58943.8
8) Don't know60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
584) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR K4 ADMINISTRATION: Do you think most people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance or would they try to be fair? (FAIR_PPL)
TOTAL%
1) Take advantage16224.3
5) Try to be fair50175.0
8) Don't know40.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing843 
TOTAL668100.0
585) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR K5 ADMINISTRATION: Would you say that most of the time people try to be helpful, or that they are just looking out for themselves? (HELP_PPL)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Try to be helpful48671.7
5) Just looking out for themselves18927.9
8) Don't know20.3
Missing833 
TOTAL678100.0
586) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: BUILDING AND REPAIRING HIGHWAYS (FEDSP_P1)
TOTAL%
1) Increased20932.0
2) Decreased416.3
3) Kept about the same39961.0
8) Don't know50.8
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
587) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: BUILDING/REPAIRING HIGHWAYS - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSP_P2)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Increased44433.0
2) Decreased936.9
3) Kept about the same80159.5
8) Don't know50.4
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
588) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: DEFENSE (FEDSP_P3)
TOTAL%
1) Increased38158.3
2) Decreased467.0
3) Kept about the same22033.6
8) Don't know71.1
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
589) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: AIDS RESEARCH (FEDSP_P4)
TOTAL%
1) Increased26640.7
2) Decreased639.6
3) Kept about the same32149.1
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.2
8) Don't know30.5
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
590) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: AIDS RESEARCH - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSP_P5)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Increased52739.2
2) Decreased1249.2
3) Kept about the same68250.7
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know80.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
591) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: WELFARE PROGRAMS (FEDSP_P6)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased12318.8
2) Decreased17626.9
3) Kept about the same34652.9
4) Cut out entirely [vol]20.3
8) Don't know50.8
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
592) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: WELFARE PROGRAMS - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSP_P7)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Increased27220.2
2) Decreased35526.4
3) Kept about the same69751.8
4) Cut out entirely [vol]50.4
8) Don't know120.9
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
593) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: PUBLIC SCHOOLS (FEDSP_P8)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Increased24172.8
2) Decreased133.9
3) Kept about the same7522.7
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1180 
TOTAL331100.0
594) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: BIG-CITY SCHOOLS (FEDSP_P9)
TOTAL%
1) Increased15748.6
2) Decreased288.7
3) Kept about the same13341.2
8) Don't know51.5
Missing1188 
TOTAL323100.0
595) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: PUBLIC SCHOOLS - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP10)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Increased49272.2
2) Decreased284.1
3) Kept about the same15923.3
8) Don't know10.1
Missing830 
TOTAL681100.0
596) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: BIG-CITY SCHOOLS - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP11)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased33550.4
2) Decreased588.7
3) Kept about the same25638.5
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.2
8) Don't know132.0
Missing846 
TOTAL665100.0
597) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: DEALING WITH CRIME (FEDSPP12)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Increased42765.3
2) Decreased253.8
3) Kept about the same20030.6
8) Don't know10.2
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
598) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: DEALING WITH CRIME - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP13)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Increased84963.1
2) Decreased554.1
3) Kept about the same43132.0
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
599) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: CHILD CARE (FEDSPP14)
TOTAL%
1) Increased33751.5
2) Decreased426.4
3) Kept about the same27341.7
8) Don't know20.3
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
600) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: CHILD CARE - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP15)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Increased72653.9
2) Decreased896.6
3) Kept about the same52138.7
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
601) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: HOMELAND SECURITY (FEDSPP16)
TOTAL%
1) Increased21969.3
2) Decreased206.3
3) Kept about the same7122.5
8) Don't know41.3
9) Refused20.6
Missing1195 
TOTAL316100.0
602) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING SERIES: WAR ON TERRORISM (FEDSPP17)
TOTAL%
1) Increased23469.2
2) Decreased195.6
3) Kept about the same8324.6
8) Don't know20.6
Missing1173 
TOTAL338100.0
603) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: HOMELAND SECURITY - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP18)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased43166.4
2) Decreased396.0
3) Kept about the same16725.7
8) Don't know81.2
9) Refused20.3
Missing862 
TOTAL649100.0
604) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: WAR ON TERRORISM - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP19)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased44463.7
2) Decreased497.0
3) Kept about the same19728.3
8) Don't know40.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing814 
TOTAL697100.0
605) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (FEDSPP20)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.5
1) Increased23135.3
2) Decreased507.6
3) Kept about the same36055.0
8) Don't know91.4
9) Refused10.2
Missing857 
TOTAL654100.0
606) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP21)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.4
1) Increased47335.1
2) Decreased1158.5
3) Kept about the same73054.2
8) Don't know191.4
9) Refused40.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
607) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (FEDSPP22)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Increased27840.2
2) Decreased557.9
3) Kept about the same35851.7
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
608) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP23)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Increased54140.2
2) Decreased1208.9
3) Kept about the same68250.7
8) Don't know20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
609) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: DEFENSE (FEDSPP24)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.6
1) Increased40859.0
2) Decreased466.6
3) Kept about the same23033.2
8) Don't know40.6
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
610) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE- POST SUMMARY: DEFENSE - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP25)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Increased78958.6
2) Decreased926.8
3) Kept about the same45033.4
8) Don't know110.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
611) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: AID TO POOR PEOPLE (FEDSPP26)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.9
1) Increased18151.4
2) Decreased205.7
3) Kept about the same14641.5
9) Refused20.6
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
612) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: THE WORKING POOR (FEDSPP27)
TOTAL%
1) Increased19055.9
2) Decreased185.3
3) Kept about the same12937.9
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.3
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused10.3
Missing1171 
TOTAL340100.0
613) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: AID TO POOR PEOPLE - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP28)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) Increased34250.7
2) Decreased426.2
3) Kept about the same28041.5
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know40.6
9) Refused20.3
Missing837 
TOTAL674100.0
614) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: AID TO WORKING POOR - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP29)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased38957.9
2) Decreased294.3
3) Kept about the same24436.3
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know60.9
9) Refused10.1
Missing839 
TOTAL672100.0
615) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: FOREIGN AID (FEDSPP30)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased608.7
2) Decreased32647.1
3) Kept about the same29943.2
4) Cut out entirely [vol]30.4
8) Don't know20.3
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
616) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: FOREIGN AID - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP31)
TOTAL%
0) NA80.6
1) Increased1239.1
2) Decreased60945.2
3) Kept about the same59344.1
4) Cut out entirely [vol]40.3
8) Don't know70.5
9) Refused20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
617) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: SOCIAL SECURITY (FEDSPP32)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased41059.2
2) Decreased101.4
3) Kept about the same27039.0
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
618) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: SOCIAL SECURITY - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP33)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Increased81660.6
2) Decreased261.9
3) Kept about the same49436.7
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
619) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: TIGHTENING BORDER SECURITY (FEDSPP34)
TOTAL%
1) Increased49271.1
2) Decreased334.8
3) Kept about the same16423.7
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
620) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: BORDER SECURITY - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP35)
TOTAL%
1) Increased94670.3
2) Decreased755.6
3) Kept about the same31723.6
4) Cut out entirely [vol]20.1
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
621) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: AID TO BLACKS (FEDSPP36)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Increased10014.5
2) Decreased10014.5
3) Kept about the same47468.5
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.1
8) Don't know60.9
9) Refused101.4
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
622) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: AID TO BLACKS - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP37)
TOTAL%
0) NA120.9
1) Increased22616.8
2) Decreased20415.2
3) Kept about the same86864.5
4) Cut out entirely [vol]20.1
8) Don't know100.7
9) Refused241.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
623) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: PREVENTING INFANT MORTALITY (FEDSPP38)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Increased35551.3
2) Decreased233.3
3) Kept about the same29943.2
8) Don't know111.6
9) Refused20.3
Missing819 
TOTAL692100.0
624) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending INCREASED or DECREASED: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: PREVENTING INFANT MORTALITY - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP39)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.4
1) Increased67149.9
2) Decreased584.3
3) Kept about the same57742.9
4) Cut out entirely [vol]20.1
8) Don't know272.0
9) Refused60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
625) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: POOR CHILDREN PRE-SCHOOL (FEDSPP40)
TOTAL%
1) Increased24070.4
2) Decreased72.1
3) Kept about the same9327.3
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1170 
TOTAL341100.0
626) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- FEDERAL SPENDING: BLACK CHILDREN PRE-SCHOOL (FEDSPP41)
TOTAL%
1) Increased17249.0
2) Decreased246.8
3) Kept about the same14942.5
4) Cut out entirely [vol]10.3
9) Refused51.4
Missing1160 
TOTAL351100.0
627) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: POOR CHILDREN PRE-SCHOOL - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP42)
TOTAL%
1) Increased46970.7
2) Decreased152.3
3) Kept about the same17726.7
8) Don't know10.2
9) Refused10.2
Missing848 
TOTAL663100.0
628) Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased: -- PRE-POST SUMMARY: BLACK CHILDREN PRE-SCHOOL - FEDERAL SPENDING (FEDSPP43)
TOTAL%
0) NA91.3
1) Increased33348.8
2) Decreased517.5
3) Kept about the same27940.8
4) Cut out entirely [vol]20.3
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused71.0
Missing828 
TOTAL683100.0
629) Some people feel the government in Washington should see to it that every person has a job and a good standard of living. Others think the government should just let each person get ahead on their own. Which is closer to the way you feel or haven't you thought much about this? (GOVSELF1)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Government should see to jobs and standard of living27320.3
5) Government should let each person get ahead on own63247.0
7) Other, it depends, neither [specify]332.5
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused30.2
90) Haven't thought much about this40029.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
630) Some people feel the government in Washington should see to it that every person has A JOB AND A GOOD STANDARD OF LIVING. Others think the government should just LET EACH PERSON GET AHEAD ON THEIR OWN. How important is this issue to you personally - very important, somewhat important, or not important at all? (GOVSELF2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Very important41731.0
3) Somewhat important76156.5
5) Not important at all16312.1
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
631) Some people feel the government in Washington should see to it that every person has A JOB AND A GOOD STANDARD OF LIVING. Others think the government should just LET EACH PERSON GET AHEAD ON THEIR OWN. Has this issue ever made you angry? (GOVSELF3)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Yes53940.0
5) No79759.2
8) Don't know50.4
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
632) Some people think that if a company has a history of discriminating against blacks when making hiring decisions, then they should be required to have an affirmative action program that gives blacks preference in hiring. What do you think? Should companies that have discriminated against blacks have to have an affirmative action program? (AFFACT1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes they should have to have affirm action65949.0
5) No they should not have to have affirm action60344.8
7) Other463.4
8) Don't know201.5
9) Refused161.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
633) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P1 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE): Which would you say is CLOSER to the Democratic Party's position -- that companies that have discriminated against blacks should have an affirmative action program, or not? (AFFACT2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.2
1) Yes they should have to have affirm action50276.5
5) No they should not have to have affirm action8212.5
7) Other20.3
8) Don't know629.5
9) Refused71.1
Missing855 
TOTAL656100.0
634) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P1 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE): Which would you say is CLOSER to the Republican Party's position -- that companies that have discriminated against blacks should have an affirmative action program, or not? (AFFACT3)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.5
1) Yes they should have to have affirm action21132.2
5) No they should not have to have affirm action36155.0
7) Other10.2
8) Don't know7211.0
9) Refused81.2
Missing855 
TOTAL656100.0
635) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P1 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE): How important is this issue (AFFIRMATIVE ACTION) to you personally - very important, somewhat important, or not important at all? (AFFACT4)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.5
1) Very important9814.9
3) Somewhat important38158.1
5) Not important at all16925.8
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused30.5
Missing855 
TOTAL656100.0
636) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P1 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY RACE): Has this issue (AFFIRMATIVE ACTION) ever made you angry? (AFFACT5)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.3
1) Yes26239.9
5) No38959.3
8) Don't know20.3
9) Refused10.2
Missing855 
TOTAL656100.0
637) How much do you think the federal government should be doing to make sure that women get equal pay for equal work - a lot, some, or not much at all? (GENDEQ1)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) A lot66149.1
3) Some53539.7
5) Not much at all14010.4
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
638) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P2 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER): Which would you say is CLOSER to the Democratic Party's position -- that the federal government should be doing - a lot, some, or not much at all to make sure that women get equal pay for equal work? (GENDEQ2)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) A lot32947.7
3) Some29142.2
5) Not much at all375.4
8) Don't know294.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing821 
TOTAL690100.0
639) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P2 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER): Which would you say is CLOSER to the Republican Party's position -- that the federal government should be doing - a lot, some, or not much at all to make sure that women get equal pay for equal work? (GENDEQ3)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.4
1) A lot15722.8
3) Some31645.8
5) Not much at all19127.7
8) Don't know213.0
9) Refused20.3
Missing821 
TOTAL690100.0
640) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P2 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER): How important is this issue (EQUAL PAY FOR WOMEN) to you personally - very important, somewhat important, or not important at all? (GENDEQ4)
TOTAL%
1) Very important22833.0
3) Somewhat important35952.0
5) Not important at all10214.8
8) Don't know10.1
Missing821 
TOTAL690100.0
641) IF RESPONDENT ASKED EITHER VERSION OF PRE P2 (INCOME INEQUALITY BY GENDER): Has this issue (EQUAL PAY FOR WOMEN) ever made you angry? (GENDEQ5)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes26939.0
5) No42060.9
Missing821 
TOTAL690100.0
642) There has been a lot of talk recently about doing away with the tax on large inheritances, the so-called '[estate/death] tax'. Do you favor or oppose doing away with the [estate/death tax]? FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - COMBINED WORDING (DEATHTA1)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Favor94370.1
5) Oppose34225.4
7) Other; depends [vol]90.7
8) Don't know403.0
9) Refused100.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
643) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'ESTATE TAX' WORDING: There has been a lot of talk recently about doing away with the tax on large inheritances, the so-called '[estate/death] tax'. Do you FAVOR or OPPOSE doing away with the [estate/death tax]? FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - ESTATE TAX WORDING (DEATHTA2)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor45868.4
5) Oppose17926.7
7) Other; depends40.6
8) Don't know233.4
9) Refused50.7
Missing841 
TOTAL670100.0
644) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'DEATH TAX' WORDING: There has been a lot of talk recently about doing away with the tax on large inheritances, the so-called '[estate/death] tax'. Do you favor or oppose doing away with the [estate/death tax]? FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - DEATH TAX WORDING (DEATHTA3)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor48571.7
5) Oppose16324.1
7) Other; depends50.7
8) Don't know172.5
9) Refused50.7
Missing835 
TOTAL676100.0
645) IF RESPONDENT FAVORS DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE/DEATH TAX: IF RESPONDENT OPPOSES DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE/DEATH TAX: Do you [favor/oppose] doing away with the [estate/death] tax strongly or not strongly? STRENGTH FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - COMBINED WORDING (DEATHTA4)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Favor strongly70354.3
2) Favor not strongly23618.2
4) Oppose not strongly17413.4
5) Oppose strongly16813.0
7) Other; depends90.7
9) Refused10.1
Missing217 
TOTAL1294100.0
646) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'ESTATE TAX' WORDING: IF RESPONDENT FAVORS DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE TAX / IF RESPONDENT OPPOSES DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE TAX: Do you [favor/oppose] doing away with the [estate/death] tax strongly or not strongly? STRENGTH FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - ESTATE TAX WORDING (DEATHTA5)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.5
1) Favor strongly34353.5
2) Favor not strongly11217.5
4) Oppose not strongly9014.0
5) Oppose strongly8913.9
7) Other; depends40.6
Missing870 
TOTAL641100.0
647) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'DEATH TAX' WORDING: IF RESPONDENT FAVORS DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE TAX / IF RESPONDENT OPPOSES DOING AWAY WITH THE ESTATE TAX: Do you [favor/oppose] doing away with the [estate/death] tax strongly or not strongly? STRENGTH FAVOR ELIMINATING ESTATE/DEATH TAX - DEATH TAX WORDING (DEATHTA6)
TOTAL%
1) Favor strongly36055.1
2) Favor not strongly12419.0
4) Oppose not strongly8412.9
5) Oppose strongly7912.1
7) Other; depends50.8
9) Refused10.2
Missing858 
TOTAL653100.0
648) Which would you say is closer to the Democratic Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with the [estate/death] tax? (DEATHTA7)
TOTAL%
1) Favor37828.1
5) Oppose73054.2
7) Other; depends [vol]20.1
8) Don't know22917.0
9) Refused70.5
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
649) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'ESTATE TAX' WORDING: Which would you say is closer to the Democratic Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with the [estate] tax? DEMOCRATIC PARTY ON ESTATE/DEATH TAX - ESTATE TAX WORDING (DEATHTA8)
TOTAL%
1) Favor18026.9
5) Oppose37355.7
7) Other; depends10.1
8) Don't know11417.0
9) Refused20.3
Missing841 
TOTAL670100.0
650) Which would you say is closer to the Democratic Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with the [death] tax? DEMOCRATIC PARTY ON ESTATE/DEATH TAX - DEATH TAX WORDING (DEATHTA9)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Favor19829.3
5) Oppose35652.7
7) Other; depends10.1
8) Don't know11517.0
9) Refused50.7
Missing835 
TOTAL676100.0
651) Which would you say is closer to the Republican Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with of the [estate/death] tax? DEMOCRATIC PARTY ON ESTATE/DEATH TAX - COMBINED WORDING (DEATHT10)
TOTAL%
1) Favor80760.0
5) Oppose32324.0
7) Other; depends30.2
8) Don't know20515.2
9) Refused80.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
652) Which would you say is closer to the Republican Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with of the [estate/death] tax? REPUBLICAN PARTY ON ESTATE/DEATH TAX - ESTATE TAX WORDING (DEATHT11)
TOTAL%
1) Favor41361.6
5) Oppose15523.1
7) Other; depends10.1
8) Don't know9814.6
9) Refused30.4
Missing841 
TOTAL670100.0
653) IF RESPONDENT SELECTED FOR 'DEATH TAX' WORDING: Which would you say is closer to the Republican Party's position -- that they favor or oppose doing away with of the [estate/death] tax? REPUBLICAN PARTY ON ESTATE/DEATH TAX - DEATH TAX WORDING (DEATHT12)
TOTAL%
1) Favor39458.3
5) Oppose16824.9
7) Other; depends20.3
8) Don't know10715.8
9) Refused50.7
Missing835 
TOTAL676100.0
654) How important is this issue to you personally - very important, somewhat important or not important at all? IMPORTANCE OF ESTATE/DEATH TAX ISSUE (DEATHT13)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Very important31423.3
3) Somewhat important71252.9
5) Not important at all31423.3
8) Don't know40.3
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
655) Has this issue ever made you feel angry? ESTATE/DEATH TAX ISSUE EVER MADE RESPONDENT ANGRY (DEATHT14)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes27820.7
5) No106379.0
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
656) Do you feel you are asked to pay more than you should in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than you should? (TAXFAIR)
TOTAL%
1) More than should pay60244.7
3) About right69251.4
5) Less than should pay352.6
7) Don't pay at all151.1
8) Don't know20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
657) What about rich people? Do you feel rich people are asked to pay more than they should in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than they should? (RICHTAXF)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) More than should pay18213.5
3) About right46934.8
5) Less than should pay67450.1
8) Don't know151.1
9) Refused30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
658) What about poor people? Do you feel poor people are asked to pay more than they should in federal income taxes, about the right amount, or less than they should? (POORTAXF)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) More than should pay56441.9
3) About right64147.6
5) Less than should pay1007.4
7) Don't pay at all120.9
8) Don't know221.6
9) Refused50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
659) How worried are you about our country getting into a nuclear war at this time? Are you very worried, somewhat worried, or not worried at all? (NUC_WORR)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Very worried34325.5
3) Somewhat worried65348.5
5) Not worried at all34625.7
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
660) How worried are you about our country getting into a conventional war at this time, one in which nuclear weapons are not used? Are you very worried, somewhat worried, or not worried at all? (WAR_WORR)
TOTAL%
0) NA70.5
1) Very worried45433.7
3) Somewhat worried66849.6
5) Not worried at all21415.9
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
661) Recently, there has been a lot of talk about campaign finance reform. In general, which of the following statements best represents what you feel about the way political campaigns are financed in this country: it needs to be completely overhauled, it needs major changes, it needs minor changes, or it is basically fine the way it is? (CAMPFINR)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Completely overhauled30822.9
3) Major changes61645.8
5) Minor changes25919.2
7) Fine the way it is14310.6
8) Don't know110.8
9) Refused60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
662) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2c CLOSED SERIES (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES):In America today, some people have BETTER JOBS and HIGHER INCOMES than others do. WHY do you think that is -- why do some Americans have better jobs and higher incomes than others do? REASON BETTER JOBS: OPEN-END RESPONSE (IJOBWHY1)
TOTAL%
1) Text present23376.9
5) No text present7023.1
Missing1208 
TOTAL303100.0
663) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2d CLOSED SERIES (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): In America today, some people have WORSE JOBS and LOWER INCOMES than others do. WHY do you think that is -- why do some Americans have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do? REASON WORSE JOBS: OPEN-END RESPONSE (IJOBWHY2)
TOTAL%
1) Text present25477.2
5) No text present7522.8
Missing1182 
TOTAL329100.0
664) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people have more in-born ability to learn.' (Would you say that this is VERY important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - IN-BORN ABILITY TO LEARN (IJOBWHY3)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important11531.8
3) Somewhat important17849.2
5) Not important at all6618.2
7) Statement isn't true10.3
9) Refused10.3
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
665) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because discrimination holds some people back.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - DISCRIMINATION HOLDS BACK (IJOBWHY4)
TOTAL%
1) Very important8122.4
3) Somewhat important19654.1
5) Not important at all8222.7
7) Statement isn't true10.3
9) Refused20.6
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
666) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people just don't work as hard.'(Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME DON'T WORK HARD (IJOBWHY5)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important14840.9
3) Somewhat important16946.7
5) Not important at all4011.0
7) Statement isn't true30.8
9) Refused10.3
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
667) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people don't get a chance to get a good education.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME DON'T WORK HARD (IJOBWHY6)
TOTAL%
1) Very important17347.8
3) Somewhat important15442.5
5) Not important at all318.6
7) Statement isn't true30.8
9) Refused10.3
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
668) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people just choose low-paying jobs.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME CHOOSE LOW-PAYING JOBS (IJOBWHY7)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important6718.5
3) Somewhat important15141.7
5) Not important at all13136.2
7) Statement isn't true92.5
9) Refused20.6
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
669) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because government policies have helped high-income workers more.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - GOVERNMENT POLICIES (IJOBWHY8)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important6417.7
3) Somewhat important15743.4
5) Not important at all12735.1
7) Statement isn't true71.9
8) Don't know51.4
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
670) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2a OPEN-END (BETTER JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because God made people different from one another.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have better jobs and higher incomes than others do?) REASON FOR BETTER JOBS: CLOSED LIST - GOD MADE PEOPLE DIFFERENT (IJOBWHY9)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important7019.3
3) Somewhat important9927.3
5) Not important at all18250.3
7) Statement isn't true20.6
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused61.7
Missing1149 
TOTAL362100.0
671) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people have more in-born ability to learn.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - IN-BORN ABILITY TO LEARN (IJOBWH10)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important10630.1
3) Somewhat important17349.1
5) Not important at all6819.3
7) Statement isn't true30.9
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
672) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because discrimination holds some people back.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - DISCRIMINATION HOLDS BACK (IJOBWH11)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important8323.6
3) Somewhat important20257.4
5) Not important at all6518.5
7) Statement isn't true10.3
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
673) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people just don't work as hard.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME DON'T WORK HARD (IJOBWH12)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important13839.2
3) Somewhat important16948.0
5) Not important at all4111.6
7) Statement isn't true20.6
8) Don't know10.3
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
674) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people don't get a chance to get a good education.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME DON'T WORK HARD (IJOBWH13)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.3
1) Very important17549.7
3) Somewhat important14240.3
5) Not important at all318.8
7) Statement isn't true10.3
8) Don't know20.6
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
675) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because some people just choose low-paying jobs.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - SOME CHOOSE LOW-PAYING JOBS (IJOBWH14)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important4713.4
3) Somewhat important15544.0
5) Not important at all13839.2
7) Statement isn't true41.1
8) Don't know51.4
9) Refused10.3
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
676) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because government policies have helped high-income workers more.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - GOVERNMENT POLICIES (IJOBWH15)
TOTAL%
1) Very important7521.3
3) Somewhat important13939.5
5) Not important at all13137.2
7) Statement isn't true20.6
8) Don't know41.1
9) Refused10.3
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
677) IF RESPONDENT WAS ASKED PRE L2b OPEN-END (WORSE JOBS/HIGHER INCOMES): [The first is:/(Next:)] 'Because God made people different from one another.' (Would you say that this is very important, somewhat important, or not important at all as an explanation for why some people have worse jobs and lower incomes than others do?) REASON FOR WORSE JOBS: CLOSED LIST - GOD MADE PEOPLE DIFFERENT (IJOBWH16)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.6
1) Very important6618.8
3) Somewhat important10931.0
5) Not important at all16647.2
7) Statement isn't true30.9
8) Don't know10.3
9) Refused51.4
Missing1159 
TOTAL352100.0
678) DURING THE PAST 12 MONTHS, have you worked with other people to deal with some issue facing your community? (COMMISSU)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Yes51638.3
5) No82261.1
8) Don't know30.2
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
679) DURING THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you telephoned, written a letter to, or visited a government official to express your views on a public issue? (EXPRISSU)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes33024.5
5) No101475.3
8) Don't know10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
680) DURING THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS, did you attend a meeting about an issue facing your community or schools? (MTGISSUE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45033.4
5) No89666.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
681) Here is a list of some organizations people can belong to. There are labor unions, associations of people who do the same kinds of work, fraternal groups such as Lions or Kiwanis, hobby clubs or sports teams, groups working on political issues, community groups, and school groups. Of course, there are lots of other types of organizations, too. Not counting membership in a local church or synagogue, are you a member of any of these kinds of organizations? (MEMB_ORG)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Yes65748.8
5) No68450.8
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
682) Many people are finding it more difficult to make contributions to church or charity as much as they used to. How about you -- were you able to contribute any money to church or charity in the LAST 12 MONTHS? (CHURCH)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Yes113184.0
5) No21115.7
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
683) Aside from a strike against your employer, in the PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you taken part in a protest, march, or demonstration on some national or local issue? (PROTEST)
TOTAL%
1) Yes463.4
5) No130096.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
684) 'I consider myself well-qualified to participate in politics.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree with this statement? (POL_QUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Agree45533.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree39329.2
5) Disagree49536.8
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
685) 'I think that I am better informed about politics and government than most people.' (Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree with this statement)? (POLINFOR)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Agree44032.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree37728.0
5) Disagree52539.0
8) Don't know30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
686) 'So many other people vote in the national election that it doesn't matter much to me whether I vote or not.' (Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree with this statement)? (VOTEIRRE)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Agree1249.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree745.5
5) Disagree114284.8
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
687) 'Public officials don't care much what people like me think.' Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree with this statement? (OFFCDCAR)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Agree38828.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree29221.7
5) Disagree66149.1
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
688) 'People like me don't have any say about what the government does.' (Do you agree, neither agree nor disagree, or disagree with this statement)? (NO_SAY)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Agree34825.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree16812.5
5) Disagree82361.1
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
689) How much of the time do you think you can trust the government in Washington to do what is right -- just about always, most of the time, or only some of the time? (GOVTRUST)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Just about always604.5
2) Most of the time67049.8
3) Only some of the time60945.2
4) Never40.3
9) Refused20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
690) Do you think that people in government waste A LOT of the money we pay in taxes, waste some of it, or don't waste very much of it? (GOVWASTE)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Waste a lot65548.7
3) Waste some65248.4
5) Don't waste very much332.5
8) Don't know10.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
691) Would you say the government is pretty much run by a few big interests looking out for themselves or that it is run for the benefit of all the people? (BIGINTRS)
TOTAL%
0) NA312.3
1) Government run by a few big interests64748.1
5) Government run for the benefit of all63046.8
8) Don't know211.6
9) Refused171.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
692) Do you think that quite a few of the people running the government are crooked, not very many are, or do you think hardly any of them are crooked? (GOV_CRKD)
TOTAL%
0) NA161.2
1) Quite a few are crooked36527.1
3) Not very many are crooked76757.0
5) Hardly any are crooked19014.1
8) Don't know50.4
9) Refused30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
693) How much do you feel that having elections makes the government pay attention to what the people think -- a good deal, some, or not much? (ELECTHIN)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) A good deal72854.1
3) Some51638.3
5) Not much1007.4
9) Refused10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
694) On the whole, are you satisfied, fairly satisfied, not very satisfied, or not at all satisfied with the way democracy works in the United States? (DEMOCSAT)
TOTAL%
0) NA30.2
1) Satisfied48936.3
2) Fairly satisfied64848.1
3) Not very satisfied16812.5
4) Not at all satisfied332.5
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused30.2
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
695) When you see the American flag flying does it make you feel extremely good, very good, somewhat good, or not very good? (FLAGFEEL)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) Extremely good65148.4
2) Very good47435.2
3) Somewhat good18513.7
4) Not very good211.6
7) Don't feel anything50.4
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused60.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
696) How strong is your love for your country...extremely strong, very strong, somewhat strong, or not very strong? (LOVE_USA)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Extremely strong71553.1
2) Very strong50537.5
4) Somewhat strong1057.8
5) Not very strong151.1
8) Don't know20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
697) We'd like to know if you are working now, or are you unemployed, retired, a homemaker,(a student),or what? [167=Working now, homemaker, student; 467=Retired, homemaker, student] (EMPLOYED)
TOTAL%
0) 262.4
1) 61857.8
2) 10.1
3) 353.3
4) 22721.2
5) 111.0
6) 585.4
7) 141.3
14) 151.4
16) 121.1
17) 201.9
26) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 20.2
36) 10.1
45) 70.7
46) 131.2
47) 10.1
67) 20.2
167) 30.3
467) 20.2
Missing441 
TOTAL1070100.0
698) We'd like to know if you are working now or are you unemployed, retired a homemaker, (a student), or what? PRE AND POST EMPLOYMENT STATUS SUMMARY [167=Working now, homemaker, student; 467=Retired, homemaker, student] (EMPLOYE2)
TOTAL%
0) 332.5
1) 78858.5
2) 20.1
3) 513.8
4) 27920.7
5) 141.0
6) 715.3
7) 141.0
14) 161.2
16) 211.6
17) 201.5
26) 10.1
34) 10.1
35) 20.1
36) 10.1
45) 70.5
46) 161.2
47) 10.1
67) 20.1
146) 10.1
167) 30.2
467) 20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
699) IF PANEL AND REPORTED WORKING NOW:/IF FRESH CROSS AND REPORTED WORKING NOW IN PRE: Have you planned or chaired a meeting (in the last 6 months?) (MEET_REC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43150.8
5) No41749.1
9) Refused10.1
Missing662 
TOTAL849100.0
700) IF PANEL AND REPORTED WORKING NOW IN POST:/IF FRESH CROSS AND REPORTED WORKING NOW IN PRE: Have you given a presentation or speech (in the last 6 months?) (MEETSPCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39746.8
5) No45253.2
Missing662 
TOTAL849100.0
701) Finally, I'd like to ask you a few questions about life in your neighborhood. During the PAST TWELVE MONTHS, have you worked with others from your neighborhood to deal with a common issue or problem? (NHBRDISS)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) Yes42431.5
5) No92068.4
7) No neighbors [vol]10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
702) Next some questions about the people you regularly see in your neighborhood. In general, with these people in mind, would you say that they are just looking out for themselves all of the time, most of the time, some of the time, hardly ever, or never? (NBRSSELF)
TOTAL%
0) NA20.1
1) All of the time453.3
2) Most of the time28521.2
3) Some of the time68550.9
4) Hardly ever29021.5
5) Never322.4
8) Don't know [do not probe]60.4
9) Refused [do not probe]10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
703) Would you say those people you see regularly in your neighborhood try to take advantage of others all of the time, most of the time, some of the time, hardly ever, or never? (NBRSADVN)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time131.0
2) Most of the time342.5
3) Some of the time26319.5
4) Hardly ever79559.1
5) Never22716.9
7) No neighbors30.2
8) Don't know [do not probe]100.7
9) Refused [do not probe]10.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
704) (Again, thinking about those people you see in your neighborhood,) Would you say they treat others with respect all of the time, most of the time, some of the time, hardly ever, or never? (NBRSRESP)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time21816.2
2) Most of the time85263.3
3) Some of the time23317.3
4) Hardly ever312.3
5) Never70.5
7) No neighbors10.1
8) Don't know [do not probe]40.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
705) Would you say that HONEST describes the people in your neighborhood EXTREMELY WELL, QUITE WELL, NOT TOO WELL, or NOT WELL AT ALL? (NBRSHNST)
TOTAL%
0) NA10.1
1) All of the time30722.8
2) Most of the time89266.3
3) Some of the time997.4
4) Hardly ever302.2
7) No neighbors10.1
8) Don't know [do not probe]141.0
9) Refused [do not probe]20.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
706) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S cooperation was: (IWRPEVL1)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Very good95871.2
2) Good29521.9
3) Fair765.6
4) Poor80.6
5) Very poor50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
707) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S general level of information about politics and public affairs seemed: (IWRPEVL2)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Very high26719.8
2) Fairly high46034.2
3) Average47735.4
4) Fairly low1108.2
5) Very low261.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
708) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S apparent intelligence: (IWRPEVL3)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Very high29321.8
2) Fairly high56542.0
3) Average44433.0
4) Fairly low322.4
5) Very low80.6
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
709) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- How suspicious did RESPONDENT seem to be about the study before the interview?: (IWRPEVL4)
TOTAL%
0) NA50.4
1) Not at all suspicious129195.9
3) Somewhat suspicious453.3
5) Very suspicious50.4
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
710) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- Overall, how great was RESPONDENT'S interest in the interview? (IWRPEVL5)
TOTAL%
0) NA40.3
1) Very high44132.8
2) Fairly high46734.7
3) Average36627.2
4) Fairly low544.0
5) Very low141.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
711) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- How sincere did RESPONDENT seem to be in his/her answers? (IWRPEVL6)
TOTAL%
0) NA60.4
1) Completely sincere111983.1
3) Usually sincere20915.5
5) Often seemed to be insincere120.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
712) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- IF INTERVIEWER REPORTED RESPONDENT WAS USUALLY SINCERE:/IF INTERVIEWER REPORTED RESPONDENT OFTEN SEEMED TO BE INSINCERE: Were there any particular parts of the interview for which you doubted RESPONDENT'S sincerity? (IWRPEVL7)
TOTAL%
0) NA94.1
1) Completely sincere6830.8
5) Often seemed to be insincere14465.2
Missing1290 
TOTAL221100.0
713) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview negative - general (IWRPEVL8)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - general372.7
5) Not checked by interviewer130997.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
714) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview negative - too long (IWRPEVL9)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - too long523.9
5) Not checked by interviewer129496.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
715) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview negative - too complicated (IWRPEV10)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - too complicated251.9
5) Not checked by interviewer132198.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
716) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview negative - boring/tedious/repetitious (IWRPEV11)
TOTAL%
1) Negative - boring/tedious/repetitious392.9
5) Not checked by interviewer130797.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
717) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent wanted to stop before interview completed (IWRPEV12)
TOTAL%
1) R wanted to stop before interview completed. After starting the interview R made comments indicating he/she regretted having agreed to be inteviewed151.1
5) Not checked by interviewer133198.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
718) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent ill/deaf/tired etc. (IWRPEV13)
TOTAL%
1) R complained and/or interviewer observed that R was ill/deaf/tired/had bad eyesight.; interview was obviously hard for R181.3
5) Not checked by interviewer132898.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
719) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent confused by questions (IWRPEV14)
TOTAL%
1) R complained and/or interviewer observed that R was confused by questions 'couldn't understand the scales'; interview was obviously hard for R'1047.7
5) Not checked by interviewer124292.3
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
720) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- respondent self-conscious - lack of knowledge/suitability for interviewing (IWREPV15)
TOTAL%
1) R expressed (especially repeatedly) doubt/apologies/embarrassment over lack of knowledge or own suitability for interview'272.0
5) Not checked by interviewer131998.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
721) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent self-conscious - lack of political knowledge (IWRPEV16)
TOTAL%
1) R expressed (especially repeatedly) doubts/apologies/embarrassment over lack of POLITICAL knowledge'584.3
5) Not checked by interviewer128895.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
722) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent agitated by interview process (IWRPEV17)
TOTAL%
1) R was agitated or stressed by interview PROCESS251.9
5) Not checked by interviewer132198.1
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
723) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent angry about interview content (IWRPEV18)
TOTAL%
1) R became angry at interview CONTENT171.3
5) Not checked by interviewer132998.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
724) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview respondent concerned about sampling purpose/bias (IWRPEV19)
TOTAL%
1) R became concerned about sampling purpose or bias: ‘why do you come to the old folks home?' ‘why THIS neighborhood?' ‘why/why not blacks/Hispanics? ‘why me?161.2
5) Not checked by interviewer133098.8
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
725) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview positive (IWRPEV20)
TOTAL%
1) R appeared to enjoy the interview (R was 'cooperative'/'interested'/'pleasant' etc.)'68851.1
5) Not checked by interviewer65848.9
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
726) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- RESPONDENT'S reaction to interview neutral or no feedback (IWRPEV21)
TOTAL%
1) Neutral or no feedback45834.0
5) Not checked by interviewer88866.0
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
727) INTERVIEWER EVALUATION: POST ELECTION INTERVIEW -- Is there any difficulty administering an interview by phone to this RESPONDENT? [EXAMPLES: hard of hearing, illness that makes it difficult for RESPONDENT to stay on the phone very long, etc.] (IWRPEV22)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13910.3
5) No120789.7
Missing165 
TOTAL1346100.0
728) I-ATTEND1: Lots of things come up that keep people from attending religious services even if they want to. Thinking about your life these days, do you ever attend religious services, apart from occasional weddings, baptisms, or funerals? (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-ATTEND1)
TOTAL%
0) Yes106470.7
1) No44029.3
Missing7 
TOTAL1504100.0
729) I-RELPREF: IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: Is your religious preference Protestant, Roman Catholic, Jewish, or something else? (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-RELPREF)
TOTAL%
0) None165.0
1) Protestant12338.6
2) Catholic8125.4
3) Jewish41.3
4) Other9529.8
Missing1192 
TOTAL319100.0
730) I-MARITAL: IF PANEL RESPONDENT: Are you married now and living with your spouse - or are you widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never married? 2000 MARITAL STATUS FOR PANEL (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
0) Married67158.4
1) Widowed1089.4
2) Divorced14512.6
3) Separated383.3
4) Never married18616.2
Missing363 
TOTAL1148100.0
731) I-PARTY: Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-PARTY)
TOTAL%
0) Democrat50233.7
1) Republican47431.8
2) Independent42928.8
3) Other party271.8
4) No preference594.0
Missing20 
TOTAL1491100.0
732) I-EDUCAT: IF FRESH CROSS RESPONDENT: What is the highest grade of school or year of college you completed? Did you get a high school diploma or pass a high school equivalency test? What is the highest degree that you have earned? SUMMARY - RESPONDENT EDUCATION (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-EDUCAT)
TOTAL%
0) Less than high school1067.1
1) High school39926.6
2) More than 12 years - No degree31320.9
3) Junior college15510.3
4) BA34723.2
5) Advanced degree17811.9
Missing13 
TOTAL1498100.0
733) I-AGE: SUMMARY: RESPONDENT AGE (Recoded for use with on-line analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-3530920.6
2) 36-4431521.0
3) 45-6457438.3
4) 65+30120.1
Missing12 
TOTAL1499100.0