Portraits of American Life Study, 2nd Wave, 2012

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


All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Respondent ID (RESP_ZRI)
2) Alternative respondent ID (RESPNDID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1417163270.404204252
3) Completion status (RESPSUM)
TOTAL%
1) Complete137296.8
2) Partial332.3
3) Complete-pilot120.8
TOTAL1417100.0
4) Rtype (RTYPE)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent/Web117182.6
2) Interviewer/CATI24617.4
TOTAL1417100.0
5) Entry mode (EMODE)
TOTAL%
2) Friendly Web Link117182.6
3) Cati Link22916.2
4) Cati Link (Spanish)171.2
TOTAL1417100.0
6) Dynamic AJAX support (AJAX)
TOTAL%
1) Yes137997.3
2) No382.7
TOTAL1417100.0
7) Javascript support (JS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes137997.3
2) No382.7
TOTAL1417100.0
8) New R (NEWR)
TOTAL%
0) No131692.9
1) Yes1017.1
TOTAL1417100.0
9) Level 1 R (LEVEL1R)
TOTAL%
0) No1017.1
1) Yes131692.9
TOTAL1417100.0
10) [Response from 2006] Respondent's race (RACE_06)
TOTAL%
1) White72655.2
2) Black26720.3
3) Hispanic21116.0
4) Asian1047.9
5) Native American80.6
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
11) [Response from 2006] This question is about how often you attend worship services, not including weddings or funerals. Would that be never, once or twice a year, several times a year, once a month, two or three times a month, once a week, twice a week or three times a week or more? (CI_0_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Never31423.9
2) Once or twice a year20715.7
3) Several times a year (but less than once a month)17413.2
4) Once a month856.5
5) Two or three times a month14310.9
6) Once a week25319.2
7) Twice a week785.9
8) Three times a week or more604.6
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
12) [Response from 2006] Which of the following do you consider yourself? Are you Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Latter-day Saint or Mormon, Buddhist, Hindu, agnostic, atheist, spiritual, don't give religious things much thought or something else? (CI_1_06)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Christian69953.1
2) Muslim50.4
3) Jewish241.8
4) Roman Catholic29122.1
5) Latter-day Saint or Mormon60.5
6) Buddhist221.7
7) Hindu151.1
8) Agnostic413.1
9) Atheist181.4
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith1269.6
11) Don't give religious things much thought322.4
12) Other362.7
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
13) [Response from 2006] Are you Catholic? (CI_4_06)
TOTAL%
1) Yes537.6
2) No64692.4
Missing718 
TOTAL699100.0
14) [Response from 2006] Respondent's religion (CI1_2_06)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Christian66250.3
2) Muslim50.4
3) Jewish241.8
4) Roman Catholic35527.0
5) Latter-day Saint or Mormon60.5
6) Buddhist251.9
7) Hindu151.1
8) Agnostic433.3
9) Atheist181.4
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith1199.0
11) Don't give religious things much thought322.4
12) Other110.8
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
15) [Response from 2006] In the last six years, have you been involved in, affiliated with, or a member of a religious congregation or other place of worship? (CA_2_06)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11115.7
2) No59484.3
Missing712 
TOTAL705100.0
16) [Response from 2006] [IF C1_1=1 OR 4 OR CI_4=1, ASK RI_5] Have you had a born-again experience, that is, a turning point in your life when you committed yourself to Jesus Christ? (RI_5_06)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know60.6
1) Yes49349.8
2) No49149.6
Missing427 
TOTAL990100.0
17) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had high blood pressure, hypertension, diabetes, or high blood sugar? (HM_3_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes41131.3
2) No90368.7
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
18) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had cancer or a malignant tumor, excluding skin cancer? (HM_4_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Yes665.0
2) No124794.8
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
19) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had chronic lung disease such as bronchitis or emphysema? (HM_5_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes1037.8
2) No121192.1
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
20) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had a heart attack or stroke? (HM_6_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes604.6
2) No125495.4
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
21) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had coronary heart disease, angina, congestive heart failure or other heart problems? (HM_7_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes876.6
2) No122793.3
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
22) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had an ulcer? (HM_8_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes967.3
2) No121892.6
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
23) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had arthritis or rheumatism? (HM_9_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Yes28621.7
2) No102778.1
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
24) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had asthma? (HM_10_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Yes18213.8
2) No113186.0
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
25) [Response from 2006] Have you smoked 100 or more cigarettes in your life? (HM_17_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) Yes53840.9
2) No77558.9
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
26) [Response from 2006] Are you a United States citizen? (DM_1E_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused20.9
1) Yes10748.4
2) No9844.3
3) In the process of becoming U.S. citizen146.3
Missing1196 
TOTAL221100.0
27) [Response from 2006] What is the highest level of schooling you have completed, or what is the highest degree that you have earned? (DM_2_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) No GED or less than high school degree1128.5
2) GED or high school equivalent, no high school diploma654.9
3) High school diploma39430.0
4) Vocational/technical diploma1199.0
5) Associate degree15311.6
7) Bachelor's degree28521.7
8) Master's but not religious degree (MA, MS, MBA, etc.)1118.4
9) Master of Divinity or other religious post-college degree30.2
10) Doctorate degree (PH.D., EDD)151.1
11) Professional degree beyond B.A./B.S. (MD, DDS, JD/LLB ETC.)251.9
12) Other312.4
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
28) [Response from 2006] [SKIP DM_1j IF DM_1g=1] Is your spouse/partner a United States citizen or not? (DM_1J_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused21.2
1) Yes7948.8
2) No7143.8
3) In the process of becoming U.S. citizen106.2
Missing1255 
TOTAL162100.0
29) Respondent's gender (R_GEND)
TOTAL%
0) Female88862.7
1) Male52937.3
TOTAL1417100.0
30) [Response from 2006] Has a doctor ever told you that you have or had any emotional, nervous or psychiatric problems? (HM_12_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused30.2
1) Yes20415.5
2) No110884.3
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
31) HR7relation_w2 HR7relation (HR7RELAT)
TOTAL%
1) Self131692.9
3) Your parent835.9
4) Your sibling141.0
9) Your grandparent40.3
TOTAL1417100.0
32) [Response from 2006] Including yourself, how many people live in this household? (Count as residents people for whom this is their primary residence only. Do not count students currently away at school as residents if they are living away at school at the time of the interview. Students can be counted if they are currently living at home.) (HR_1_06)
TOTAL%
1) 25019.0
2) 38529.3
3) 26119.8
4) 23617.9
5) 1209.1
6) 423.2
7) 100.8
8) 30.2
9) 20.2
10) 70.5
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
33) [Response from 2006] Now [I/we] need some additional information about each person who lives here, including yourself. Let's start with the oldest. How old was this person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #1] (HR3_0106)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL131648.02815
34) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #2] (HR3_0206)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL106638.41817
35) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #3] (HR3_0306)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL68116.25711
36) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #4] (HR3_0406)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know10.2
1) 1358.3
2) 2143.3
3) 3143.3
4) 4143.3
5) 5245.7
6) 6235.5
7) 7225.2
8) 8286.7
9) 9174.0
10) 10215.0
11) 11204.8
12) 12194.5
13) 13143.3
14) 14194.5
15) 15184.3
16) 16102.4
17) 17153.6
18) 18163.8
19) 19143.3
20) 2061.4
21) 21112.6
22) 2292.1
23) 2341.0
24) 2481.9
25) 2551.2
26) 2610.2
27) 2730.7
28) 2810.2
29) 2920.5
33) 3330.7
34) 3430.7
36) 3610.2
37) 3710.2
40) 4010.2
47) 4710.2
54) 5410.2
66) 6610.2
Missing997 
TOTAL420100.0
37) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #5] (HR3_0506)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know10.5
1) 1168.7
2) 2158.2
3) 3147.6
4) 4137.1
5) 5105.4
6) 652.7
7) 794.9
8) 842.2
9) 9105.4
10) 10105.4
11) 1184.3
12) 12105.4
13) 1373.8
14) 14116.0
15) 1573.8
16) 1684.3
17) 1721.1
18) 1831.6
19) 1973.8
20) 2031.6
21) 2131.6
22) 2221.1
23) 2310.5
24) 2410.5
30) 3010.5
35) 3510.5
45) 4510.5
49) 4910.5
Missing1233 
TOTAL184100.0
38) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #6] (HR3_0606)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know11.6
1) 11117.2
2) 2914.1
3) 334.7
4) 423.1
5) 546.3
6) 623.1
7) 746.3
8) 846.3
9) 923.1
10) 1057.8
11) 1146.3
12) 1223.1
13) 1346.3
14) 1411.6
17) 1711.6
18) 1811.6
19) 1923.1
37) 3711.6
46) 4611.6
Missing1353 
TOTAL64100.0
39) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #7] (HR3_0706)
TOTAL%
1) 14.5
2) 14.5
3) 29.1
4) 29.1
5) 29.1
6) 313.6
7) 14.5
10) 418.2
11) 14.5
12) 14.5
14) 14.5
16) 14.5
26) 14.5
39) 14.5
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
40) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #8] (HR3_0806)
TOTAL%
1) 325.0
2) 18.3
3) 216.7
10) 18.3
11) 18.3
13) 18.3
14) 18.3
24) 18.3
30) 18.3
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
41) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #9] (HR3_0906)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know111.1
1) 1222.2
2) 2222.2
5) 5111.1
7) 7111.1
13) 13111.1
22) 22111.1
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
42) [Response from 2006] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [Household member #10] (HR3_1006)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know114.3
1) 1114.3
2) 2114.3
4) 4114.3
6) 6114.3
11) 11114.3
18) 18114.3
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
43) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #1] (HR6_0106)
TOTAL%
1) Male71954.6
2) Female59745.4
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
44) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #2] (HR6_0206)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Male34832.6
2) Female71767.3
Missing351 
TOTAL1066100.0
45) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #3] (HR6_0306)
TOTAL%
1) Male34450.5
2) Female33749.5
Missing736 
TOTAL681100.0
46) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #4] (HR6_0406)
TOTAL%
1) Male21651.4
2) Female20448.6
Missing997 
TOTAL420100.0
47) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #5] (HR6_0506)
TOTAL%
1) Male9853.3
2) Female8646.7
Missing1233 
TOTAL184100.0
48) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #6] (HR6_0606)
TOTAL%
1) Male3250.0
2) Female3250.0
Missing1353 
TOTAL64100.0
49) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #7] (HR6_0706)
TOTAL%
1) Male1254.5
2) Female1045.5
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
50) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #8] (HR6_0806)
TOTAL%
1) Male541.7
2) Female758.3
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
51) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #9] (HR6_0906)
TOTAL%
1) Male555.6
2) Female444.4
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
52) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #10] (HR6_1006)
TOTAL%
1) Male571.4
2) Female228.6
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
53) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #1] (HR7_0106)
TOTAL%
1) Self74556.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)13410.2
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)60.5
5) Spouse33825.7
6) Unmarried partner362.7
7) Housemate or roommate201.5
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law100.8
11) Grandparent100.8
12) Boarder or roomer20.2
13) Other relative100.8
14) Other non-relative50.4
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
54) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #2] (HR7_0206)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Self45242.4
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)777.2
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)14613.7
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)252.3
5) Spouse26925.2
6) Unmarried partner383.6
7) Housemate or roommate212.0
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law10.1
9) Grandchild80.8
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law40.4
11) Grandparent30.3
12) Boarder or roomer40.4
13) Other relative100.9
14) Other non-relative70.7
Missing351 
TOTAL1066100.0
55) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #3] (HR7_0306)
TOTAL%
1) Self8212.0
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)91.3
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)47069.0
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)456.6
5) Spouse121.8
6) Unmarried partner60.9
7) Housemate or roommate172.5
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law10.1
9) Grandchild142.1
11) Grandparent10.1
12) Boarder or roomer20.3
13) Other relative142.1
14) Other non-relative81.2
Missing736 
TOTAL681100.0
56) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #4] (HR7_0406)
TOTAL%
1) Self286.7
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)30.7
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)29971.2
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)4711.2
5) Spouse61.4
7) Housemate or roommate51.2
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law20.5
9) Grandchild163.8
11) Grandparent20.5
12) Boarder or roomer10.2
13) Other relative51.2
14) Other non-relative61.4
Missing997 
TOTAL420100.0
57) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #5] (HR7_0506)
TOTAL%
1) Self63.3
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)10.5
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)12668.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)2212.0
5) Spouse10.5
7) Housemate or roommate10.5
9) Grandchild94.9
12) Boarder or roomer10.5
13) Other relative116.0
14) Other non-relative63.3
Missing1233 
TOTAL184100.0
58) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #6] (HR7_0606)
TOTAL%
1) Self11.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)11.6
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)3656.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)1218.8
9) Grandchild812.5
13) Other relative57.8
14) Other non-relative11.6
Missing1353 
TOTAL64100.0
59) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #7] (HR7_0706)
TOTAL%
1) Self14.5
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)1254.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)313.6
9) Grandchild14.5
13) Other relative522.7
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
60) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #8] (HR7_0806)
TOTAL%
1) Self18.3
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)433.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)216.7
9) Grandchild18.3
13) Other relative325.0
14) Other non-relative18.3
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
61) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #9] (HR7_0906)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)666.7
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)111.1
14) Other non-relative222.2
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
62) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #10] (HR7_1006)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)228.6
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)114.3
13) Other relative228.6
14) Other non-relative228.6
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
63) [Response from 2006] What is the highest level of schooling you have completed, or what is the highest degree that you have earned? (DM_2_206)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) No high school diploma1138.6
2) GED654.9
3) High school41231.3
4) Vocational/technical diploma1209.1
5) Associate degree15311.6
7) Bachelor's degree28621.7
8) Master's but not religious degree1148.7
9) Master of Divinity or other religious post-college degree30.2
10) Doctorate degree151.1
11) Professional degree beyond B.A./B.S.251.9
12) Other70.5
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
64) [Response from 2006] Were you born in the United States? (DM_1B06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes109483.2
2) No22016.7
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
65) [Response from 2006] Was your [SPOUSE/PARTNER] born in the United States or not? (DM_1G06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
1) Yes55277.3
2) No16122.5
Missing703 
TOTAL714100.0
66) COMPL (COMPL)
TOTAL%
1) 1384100.0
Missing33 
TOTAL1384100.0
67) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #1] (HR601H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male71954.6
2) Female59745.4
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
68) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #2] (HR602H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male34832.7
2) Female71767.3
Missing352 
TOTAL1065100.0
69) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #3] (HR603H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male34450.5
2) Female33749.5
Missing736 
TOTAL681100.0
70) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #4] (HR604H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male21651.4
2) Female20448.6
Missing997 
TOTAL420100.0
71) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #5] (HR605H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male9853.3
2) Female8646.7
Missing1233 
TOTAL184100.0
72) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #6] (HR606H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male3250.0
2) Female3250.0
Missing1353 
TOTAL64100.0
73) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #7] (HR607H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male1254.5
2) Female1045.5
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
74) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #8] (HR608H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male541.7
2) Female758.3
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
75) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #9] (HR609H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male555.6
2) Female444.4
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
76) [Response from 2006] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [Household member #10] (HR610H06)
TOTAL%
1) Male571.4
2) Female228.6
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
77) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #1] (HR701H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self74556.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)13410.2
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)60.5
5) Spouse33825.7
6) Unmarried partner362.7
7) Housemate or roommate201.5
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law100.8
11) Grandparent100.8
12) Boarder or roomer20.2
13) Other relative100.8
14) Other non-relative50.4
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
78) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #2] (HR702H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self45242.4
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)777.2
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)14613.7
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)252.3
5) Spouse26925.3
6) Unmarried partner383.6
7) Housemate or roommate212.0
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law10.1
9) Grandchild80.8
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law40.4
11) Grandparent30.3
12) Boarder or roomer40.4
13) Other relative100.9
14) Other non-relative70.7
Missing352 
TOTAL1065100.0
79) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #3] (HR703H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self8212.0
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)91.3
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)47069.0
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)456.6
5) Spouse121.8
6) Unmarried partner60.9
7) Housemate or roommate172.5
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law10.1
9) Grandchild142.1
11) Grandparent10.1
12) Boarder or roomer20.3
13) Other relative142.1
14) Other non-relative81.2
Missing736 
TOTAL681100.0
80) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #4] (HR704H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self286.7
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)30.7
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)29971.2
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)4711.2
5) Spouse61.4
7) Housemate or roommate51.2
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law20.5
9) Grandchild163.8
11) Grandparent20.5
12) Boarder or roomer10.2
13) Other relative51.2
14) Other non-relative61.4
Missing997 
TOTAL420100.0
81) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #5] (HR705H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self63.3
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)10.5
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)12668.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)2212.0
5) Spouse10.5
7) Housemate or roommate10.5
9) Grandchild94.9
12) Boarder or roomer10.5
13) Other relative116.0
14) Other non-relative63.3
Missing1233 
TOTAL184100.0
82) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #6] (HR706H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self11.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)11.6
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)3656.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)1218.8
9) Grandchild812.5
13) Other relative57.8
14) Other non-relative11.6
Missing1353 
TOTAL64100.0
83) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #7] (HR707H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self14.5
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)1254.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)313.6
9) Grandchild14.5
13) Other relative522.7
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
84) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #8] (HR708H06)
TOTAL%
1) Self18.3
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)433.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)216.7
9) Grandchild18.3
13) Other relative325.0
14) Other non-relative18.3
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
85) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #9] (HR709H06)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)666.7
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)111.1
14) Other non-relative222.2
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
86) [Response from 2006] Please tell [me/us] his/her relationship to you. [Household member #10] (HR710H06)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)228.6
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)114.3
13) Other relative228.6
14) Other non-relative228.6
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
87) Let's begin by turning the clock back to the year 2006. At that time, George W. Bush was in the middle of his second term as President. The top movies at the theater were Pixar's Cars, the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, and the Da Vinci Code. [I'd/We'd] like you to think about where you were living and what you were doing during that time. Which two or three major changes, if any, have been most important in your life since 2006? No major changes since 2006 (MC_1)
TOTAL%
0) No109283.2
1) Yes22116.8
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
88) [Wave 2] [I'd/We'd] like to ask a few questions about your household. Do you live in the same household as ^FillHR_10_First ^FillHR_7? (HR_0)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6362.4
2) No3837.6
Missing1316 
TOTAL101100.0
89) [Wave 2] Including yourself, how many people live in this household? (Count as residents people for whom this is their primary residence only. Do not count students currently away at school as residents if they are living away at school at the time of the interview. Students can be counted if they are currently living at home.) (HR_1_1)
TOTAL%
1) 25118.6
2) 44032.5
3) 24217.9
4) 22616.7
5) 1188.7
6) 463.4
7) 120.9
8) 110.8
9) 20.1
10) 50.4
Missing64 
TOTAL1353100.0
90) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #1 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40070.1
2) No17129.9
Missing846 
TOTAL571100.0
91) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #2 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41667.8
2) No19832.2
Missing803 
TOTAL614100.0
92) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #3 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39065.1
2) No20934.9
Missing818 
TOTAL599100.0
93) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #4 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27069.1
2) No12130.9
Missing1026 
TOTAL391100.0
94) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #5 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12872.3
2) No4927.7
Missing1240 
TOTAL177100.0
95) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #6 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5282.5
2) No1117.5
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
96) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #7 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1781.0
2) No419.0
Missing1396 
TOTAL21100.0
97) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #8 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes763.6
2) No436.4
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
98) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #9 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes777.8
2) No222.2
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
99) [Wave 2] Does [Household member #10 from 2006] still live with you? (HR2Z2_10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes342.9
2) No457.1
Missing1410 
TOTAL7100.0
100) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #1 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_01)
TOTAL%
1) Deceased2816.4
2) Divorced/dissolved civil partnership3319.3
4) To institution (long-term care, prison, convent)52.9
5) Left for job52.9
6) To marriage/partnership52.9
7) To set up own residence3118.1
9) Other6437.4
Missing1246 
TOTAL171100.0
101) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #2 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_02)
TOTAL%
1) Deceased84.0
2) Divorced/dissolved civil partnership2512.6
3) To college/university/trade school136.6
5) Left for job84.0
6) To marriage/partnership2110.6
7) To set up own residence5728.8
9) Other6633.3
Missing1219 
TOTAL198100.0
102) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #3 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_03)
TOTAL%
1) Deceased31.4
2) Divorced/dissolved civil partnership52.4
3) To college/university/trade school3818.3
4) To institution (long-term care, prison, convent)21.0
5) Left for job115.3
6) To marriage/partnership3114.9
7) To set up own residence7033.7
9) Other4823.1
Missing1209 
TOTAL208100.0
103) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #4 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_04)
TOTAL%
1) Deceased21.7
2) Divorced/dissolved civil partnership10.8
3) To college/university/trade school2520.7
4) To institution (long-term care, prison, convent)21.7
5) Left for job43.3
6) To marriage/partnership1411.6
7) To set up own residence3831.4
9) Other3528.9
Missing1296 
TOTAL121100.0
104) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #5 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_05)
TOTAL%
2) Divorced/dissolved civil partnership12.0
3) To college/university/trade school1326.5
4) To institution (long-term care, prison, convent)12.0
6) To marriage/partnership510.2
7) To set up own residence1326.5
9) Other1632.7
Missing1368 
TOTAL49100.0
105) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #6 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_06)
TOTAL%
6) To marriage/partnership19.1
7) To set up own residence545.5
9) Other545.5
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
106) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #7 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_07)
TOTAL%
7) To set up own residence375.0
9) Other125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
107) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #8 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_08)
TOTAL%
5) Left for job125.0
7) To set up own residence125.0
9) Other250.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
108) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #9 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_09)
TOTAL%
7) To set up own residence2100.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
109) [Wave 2] Why did [Household member #10 from 2006] leave the household? (We are looking for general reasons, such as to attend school, set up own residence, got married and so forth) (HR2Z3_10)
TOTAL%
7) To set up own residence375.0
9) Other125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
110) [Wave 2] [Household member #1] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Refused. Vol.] (HR2Z4R1)
TOTAL%
0) No1694.1
1) Yes15.9
Missing1400 
TOTAL17100.0
111) [Wave 2] [Household member #2] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Refused. Vol.] (HR2Z4R2)
TOTAL%
0) No9100.0
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
112) [Wave 2] [Household member #1] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Don't know. Vol.] (HR2Z4DK1)
TOTAL%
0) No1588.2
1) Yes211.8
Missing1400 
TOTAL17100.0
113) [Wave 2] [Household member #2] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Don't know. Vol.] (HR2Z4DK2)
TOTAL%
0) No9100.0
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
114) [Wave 2] [Household member #2] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Skipped] (HR2Z4S2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
115) [Wave 2] [Household member #3] When did [his/her departure] happen? [Skipped] (HR2Z4S3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
116) [Wave 2] [Household member #1] When did [his/her departure] happen? Month (HR2Z4M1)
TOTAL%
1) January610.9
2) February47.3
3) March59.1
4) April35.5
5) May47.3
6) June47.3
7) July47.3
8) August59.1
9) September916.4
10) October23.6
11) November59.1
12) December47.3
Missing1362 
TOTAL55100.0
117) [Wave 2] [Household member #2] When did [his/her departure] happen? Month (HR2Z4M2)
TOTAL%
1) January714.9
2) February612.8
3) March714.9
4) April12.1
5) May48.5
6) June48.5
7) July12.1
8) August510.6
9) September24.3
10) October36.4
11) November48.5
12) December36.4
Missing1370 
TOTAL47100.0
118) [Wave 2] [Household member #3] When did [his/her departure] happen? Month (HR2Z4M3)
TOTAL%
1) January120.0
3) March120.0
5) May120.0
8) August120.0
10) October120.0
Missing1412 
TOTAL5100.0
119) [Wave 2] [Household member #4] When did [his/her departure] happen? Month (HR2Z4M4)
TOTAL%
5) May150.0
10) October150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
120) [Wave 2] [Household member #5] When did [his/her departure] happen? Month (HR2Z4M5)
TOTAL%
1) January1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
121) [Wave 2] [Household member #1] When did [his/her departure] happen? Year (HR2Z4Y1)
TOTAL%
2006) 47.0
2007) 1526.3
2008) 35.3
2009) 1017.5
2010) 915.8
2011) 1322.8
2012) 35.3
Missing1360 
TOTAL57100.0
122) [Wave 2] [Household member #2] When did [his/her departure] happen? Year (HR2Z4Y2)
TOTAL%
2006) 612.8
2007) 817.0
2008) 817.0
2009) 612.8
2010) 714.9
2011) 919.1
2012) 36.4
Missing1370 
TOTAL47100.0
123) [Wave 2] [Household member #3] When did [his/her departure] happen? Year (HR2Z4Y3)
TOTAL%
2006) 120.0
2007) 120.0
2010) 120.0
2011) 120.0
2012) 120.0
Missing1412 
TOTAL5100.0
124) [Wave 2] [Household member #4] When did [his/her departure] happen? Year (HR2Z4Y4)
TOTAL%
2008) 150.0
2012) 150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
125) [Wave 2] [Household member #5] When did [his/her departure] happen? Year (HR2Z4Y5)
TOTAL%
2009) 1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
126) [Wave 2] Is there anyone else that lives in your household? Just a reminder to count as residents people for whom this is their primary residence only. (HR_2Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes37234.9
2) No69465.1
Missing351 
TOTAL1066100.0
127) [Wave 2] Not including you or the people who already lived in your household in 2006, [I/we] need some additional information about the people who have joined your household since then. Let's start with the oldest. How old was this person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #1] (HR_3_1)
TOTAL%
4) 25.9
18) 25.9
20) 12.9
21) 25.9
22) 514.7
23) 720.6
24) 38.8
25) 12.9
27) 12.9
31) 12.9
44) 12.9
49) 12.9
52) 12.9
53) 12.9
59) 12.9
70) 12.9
84) 12.9
85) 12.9
90) 12.9
Missing1383 
TOTAL34100.0
128) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #2] (HR_3_2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12336.95922
129) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #3] (HR_3_3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL17325.96521
130) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #4] (HR_3_4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL17622.49422
131) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #5] (HR_3_5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15320.25520
132) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #6] (HR_3_6)
TOTAL%
1) 1212.2
2) 22.0
3) 55.1
4) 1010.2
5) 55.1
6) 11.0
7) 11.0
8) 33.1
9) 22.0
10) 22.0
11) 11.0
13) 22.0
14) 22.0
15) 44.1
17) 22.0
18) 44.1
19) 22.0
20) 22.0
21) 11.0
22) 11.0
23) 11.0
25) 33.1
26) 22.0
28) 33.1
29) 44.1
31) 11.0
32) 11.0
33) 22.0
34) 22.0
35) 11.0
41) 11.0
42) 11.0
43) 11.0
44) 11.0
45) 11.0
48) 11.0
49) 11.0
55) 11.0
56) 11.0
59) 11.0
61) 11.0
62) 11.0
65) 11.0
85) 11.0
Missing1319 
TOTAL98100.0
133) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #7] (HR_3_7)
TOTAL%
1) 812.9
2) 34.8
3) 46.5
4) 34.8
5) 23.2
6) 46.5
9) 11.6
10) 23.2
11) 34.8
13) 11.6
14) 11.6
15) 11.6
16) 11.6
17) 23.2
18) 11.6
19) 11.6
20) 11.6
21) 11.6
22) 11.6
23) 11.6
24) 34.8
25) 23.2
27) 23.2
29) 11.6
31) 11.6
34) 11.6
35) 11.6
40) 11.6
50) 11.6
51) 11.6
53) 23.2
57) 11.6
65) 11.6
66) 11.6
70) 11.6
Missing1355 
TOTAL62100.0
134) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #8] (HR_3_8)
TOTAL%
1) 27.4
2) 311.1
3) 27.4
4) 13.7
5) 13.7
6) 13.7
8) 13.7
10) 13.7
21) 13.7
22) 27.4
24) 13.7
25) 311.1
27) 13.7
33) 13.7
36) 13.7
40) 13.7
42) 13.7
45) 13.7
55) 13.7
65) 13.7
Missing1390 
TOTAL27100.0
135) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #9] (HR_3_9)
TOTAL%
2) 19.1
4) 19.1
8) 19.1
18) 218.2
22) 19.1
26) 218.2
33) 19.1
40) 19.1
57) 19.1
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
136) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #10] (HR_3_10)
TOTAL%
2) 116.7
3) 116.7
4) 233.3
13) 116.7
23) 116.7
Missing1411 
TOTAL6100.0
137) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #11] (HR_3_11)
TOTAL%
1) 225.0
3) 225.0
11) 112.5
13) 112.5
35) 112.5
54) 112.5
Missing1409 
TOTAL8100.0
138) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #12] (HR_3_12)
TOTAL%
2) 133.3
3) 133.3
15) 133.3
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
139) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #13] (HR_3_13)
TOTAL%
17) 150.0
21) 150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
140) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #2] Months (HR_4_2)
TOTAL%
1) One month or less350.0
5) Five months116.7
9) Nine months116.7
12) 12 months116.7
Missing1411 
TOTAL6100.0
141) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #3] Months (HR_4_3)
TOTAL%
2) Two months19.1
3) Three months218.2
6) Six months218.2
16) 16 months218.2
19) 19 months19.1
20) 20 months19.1
23) 23 months218.2
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
142) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #4] Months (HR_4_4)
TOTAL%
1) One month or less211.1
3) Three months15.6
4) Four months15.6
8) Eight months15.6
10) 10 months316.7
11) 11 months15.6
12) 12 months211.1
16) 16 months15.6
18) 18 months15.6
20) 20 months15.6
21) 21 months15.6
22) 22 months15.6
23) 23 months211.1
Missing1399 
TOTAL18100.0
143) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #5] Months (HR_4_5)
TOTAL%
1) One month or less28.7
2) Two months14.3
3) Three months28.7
5) Five months14.3
6) Six months313.0
7) Seven months28.7
12) 12 months14.3
15) 15 months14.3
16) 16 months14.3
17) 17 months14.3
18) 18 months313.0
20) 20 months14.3
22) 22 months14.3
23) 23 months313.0
Missing1394 
TOTAL23100.0
144) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #6] Months (HR_4_6)
TOTAL%
5) Five months216.7
7) Seven months216.7
8) Eight months18.3
9) Nine months18.3
10) 10 months18.3
11) 11 months18.3
13) 13 months18.3
19) 19 months18.3
23) 23 months216.7
Missing1405 
TOTAL12100.0
145) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #7] Months (HR_4_7)
TOTAL%
2) Two months112.5
3) Three months112.5
9) Nine months112.5
15) 15 months225.0
18) 18 months112.5
20) 20 months112.5
23) 23 months112.5
Missing1409 
TOTAL8100.0
146) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #8] Months (HR_4_8)
TOTAL%
20) 20 months150.0
23) 23 months150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
147) [Wave 2] How old was the next oldest person on his or her last birthday? [New household member #11] Months (HR_4_11)
TOTAL%
12) 12 months150.0
15) 15 months150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
148) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #1] (HR_6_1)
TOTAL%
1) Male1647.1
2) Female1852.9
Missing1383 
TOTAL34100.0
149) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #2] (HR_6_2)
TOTAL%
1) Male5946.8
2) Female6753.2
Missing1291 
TOTAL126100.0
150) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #3] (HR_6_3)
TOTAL%
1) Male9856.0
2) Female7744.0
Missing1242 
TOTAL175100.0
151) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #4] (HR_6_4)
TOTAL%
1) Male9453.4
2) Female8246.6
Missing1241 
TOTAL176100.0
152) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #5] (HR_6_5)
TOTAL%
1) Male7448.4
2) Female7951.6
Missing1264 
TOTAL153100.0
153) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #6] (HR_6_6)
TOTAL%
1) Male6262.0
2) Female3838.0
Missing1317 
TOTAL100100.0
154) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #7] (HR_6_7)
TOTAL%
1) Male3354.1
2) Female2845.9
Missing1356 
TOTAL61100.0
155) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #8] (HR_6_8)
TOTAL%
1) Male1657.1
2) Female1242.9
Missing1389 
TOTAL28100.0
156) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #9] (HR_6_9)
TOTAL%
1) Male654.5
2) Female545.5
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
157) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #10] (HR_6_10)
TOTAL%
1) Male466.7
2) Female233.3
Missing1411 
TOTAL6100.0
158) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #11] (HR_6_11)
TOTAL%
1) Male450.0
2) Female450.0
Missing1409 
TOTAL8100.0
159) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #12] (HR_6_12)
TOTAL%
1) Male266.7
2) Female133.3
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
160) [Wave 2] [Is this person/Are you] a male or a female? [New household member #13] (HR_6_13)
TOTAL%
1) Male2100.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
161) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #1] relationship to you. (HR_7_1)
TOTAL%
1) Self1029.4
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)411.8
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)25.9
5) Spouse38.8
6) Unmarried partner38.8
7) Housemate or roommate617.6
11) Grandparent411.8
13) Other relative12.9
14) Other non-relative12.9
Missing1383 
TOTAL34100.0
162) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #2] relationship to you. (HR_7_2)
TOTAL%
1) Self1915.1
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)1511.9
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)1814.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)32.4
5) Spouse2721.4
6) Unmarried partner1511.9
7) Housemate or roommate86.3
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law10.8
9) Grandchild54.0
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law10.8
11) Grandparent10.8
12) Boarder or roomer32.4
13) Other relative54.0
14) Other non-relative54.0
Missing1291 
TOTAL126100.0
163) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #3] relationship to you. (HR_7_3)
TOTAL%
1) Self52.9
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)95.1
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)7744.0
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)126.9
5) Spouse2112.0
6) Unmarried partner105.7
7) Housemate or roommate63.4
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law31.7
9) Grandchild116.3
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law21.1
12) Boarder or roomer21.1
13) Other relative116.3
14) Other non-relative63.4
Missing1242 
TOTAL175100.0
164) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #4] relationship to you. (HR_7_4)
TOTAL%
1) Self52.8
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)126.8
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)8045.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)74.0
5) Spouse2514.2
6) Unmarried partner116.3
7) Housemate or roommate21.1
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law63.4
9) Grandchild116.3
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law21.1
11) Grandparent10.6
12) Boarder or roomer10.6
13) Other relative74.0
14) Other non-relative63.4
Missing1241 
TOTAL176100.0
165) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #5] relationship to you. (HR_7_5)
TOTAL%
1) Self42.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)53.3
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)6643.1
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)74.6
5) Spouse117.2
6) Unmarried partner149.2
7) Housemate or roommate53.3
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law53.3
9) Grandchild149.2
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law42.6
11) Grandparent21.3
12) Boarder or roomer42.6
13) Other relative95.9
14) Other non-relative32.0
Missing1264 
TOTAL153100.0
166) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #6] relationship to you. (HR_7_6)
TOTAL%
1) Self11.0
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)55.0
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)3939.0
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)66.0
5) Spouse55.0
6) Unmarried partner66.0
7) Housemate or roommate66.0
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law22.0
9) Grandchild1212.0
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law33.0
12) Boarder or roomer11.0
13) Other relative77.0
14) Other non-relative77.0
Missing1317 
TOTAL100100.0
167) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #7] relationship to you. (HR_7_7)
TOTAL%
1) Self11.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)69.8
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)2236.1
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)46.6
5) Spouse34.9
6) Unmarried partner23.3
9) Grandchild813.1
10) Father-in-law or mother-in-law11.6
12) Boarder or roomer23.3
13) Other relative813.1
14) Other non-relative46.6
Missing1356 
TOTAL61100.0
168) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #8] relationship to you. (HR_7_8)
TOTAL%
1) Self13.6
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)13.6
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)1035.7
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)13.6
5) Spouse13.6
6) Unmarried partner13.6
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law27.1
9) Grandchild310.7
13) Other relative725.0
14) Other non-relative13.6
Missing1389 
TOTAL28100.0
169) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #9] relationship to you. (HR_7_9)
TOTAL%
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)19.1
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)327.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)19.1
8) Son-in-law or daughter-in-law19.1
9) Grandchild218.2
12) Boarder or roomer19.1
14) Other non-relative218.2
Missing1406 
TOTAL11100.0
170) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #10] relationship to you. (HR_7_10)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)350.0
7) Housemate or roommate116.7
9) Grandchild116.7
13) Other Relative116.7
Missing1411 
TOTAL6100.0
171) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #11] relationship to you. (HR_7_11)
TOTAL%
2) Parent (includes step, foster, adoptive)112.5
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)337.5
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)112.5
5) Spouse112.5
7) Housemate or roommate112.5
13) Other relative112.5
Missing1409 
TOTAL8100.0
172) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #12] relationship to you. (HR_7_12)
TOTAL%
3) Child (includes step, foster, adoptive)133.3
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)133.3
13) Other relative133.3
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
173) [Wave 2] Please tell [me/us] [New household member #13] relationship to you. (HR_7_13)
TOTAL%
4) Sibling (includes half, step, foster, adoptive)150.0
13) Other relative150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
174) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #1] (HR_7A_1)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent22100.0
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
175) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #2] (HR_7A_2)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent1794.4
2) Stepparent15.6
Missing1399 
TOTAL18100.0
176) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #3] (HR_7A_3)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent6591.5
2) Stepparent45.6
3) Adoptive parent11.4
5) Legal guardian11.4
Missing1346 
TOTAL71100.0
177) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #4] (HR_7A_4)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent7094.6
2) Stepparent34.1
5) Legal guardian11.4
Missing1343 
TOTAL74100.0
178) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #5] (HR_7A_5)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent5598.2
2) Stepparent11.8
Missing1361 
TOTAL56100.0
179) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #6] (HR_7A_6)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent2980.6
2) Stepparent38.3
4) Foster parent12.8
5) Legal guardian12.8
6) Partner's child (and you are not the legal guardian)25.6
Missing1381 
TOTAL36100.0
180) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #7] (HR_7A_7)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent1890.0
2) Stepparent210.0
Missing1397 
TOTAL20100.0
181) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #8] (HR_7A_8)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent10100.0
Missing1407 
TOTAL10100.0
182) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #9] (HR_7A_9)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent266.7
2) Stepparent133.3
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
183) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #10] (HR_7A_10)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent2100.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
184) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #11] (HR_7A_11)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent3100.0
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
185) [Wave 2] Are you the child's biological parent, step parent, adoptive parent, foster parent or legal guardian? [New household member #12] (HR_7A_12)
TOTAL%
1) Biological parent1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
186) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #2] join the household? (HR7Z3_2)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 200644.5
2) Marriage/cohabitate3033.7
3) From college/university/trade school11.1
5) Never left89.0
6) Moved in with parent/relative1112.4
7) Shared accommodation/roommate910.1
9) Other2629.2
Missing1328 
TOTAL89100.0
187) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #3] join the household? (HR7Z3_3)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 20064227.8
2) Marriage/cohabitate2818.5
3) From college/university/trade school21.3
4) From institution (long-term care, prison, convent)10.7
5) Never left127.9
6) Moved in with parent/relative1711.3
7) Shared accommodation/roommate138.6
9) Other3623.8
Missing1266 
TOTAL151100.0
188) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #4] join the household? (HR7Z3_4)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 20066237.3
2) Marriage/cohabitate3219.3
3) From college/university/trade school31.8
5) Never left127.2
6) Moved in with parent/relative1810.8
7) Shared accommodation/roommate63.6
9) Other3319.9
Missing1251 
TOTAL166100.0
189) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #5] join the household? (HR7Z3_5)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 20066241.6
2) Marriage/cohabitate2416.1
3) From college/university/trade school10.7
5) Never left74.7
6) Moved in with parent/relative149.4
7) Shared accommodation/roommate96.0
9) Other3221.5
Missing1268 
TOTAL149100.0
190) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #6] join the household? (HR7Z3_6)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 20062929.6
2) Marriage/cohabitate1515.3
4) From institution (long-term care, prison, convent)11.0
5) Never left1313.3
6) Moved in with parent/relative88.2
7) Shared accommodation/roommate88.2
9) Other2424.5
Missing1319 
TOTAL98100.0
191) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #7] join the household? (HR7Z3_7)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 20061627.1
2) Marriage/cohabitate58.5
3) From college/university/trade school11.7
5) Never left915.3
6) Moved in with parent/relative711.9
7) Shared accommodation/roommate813.6
9) Other1322.0
Missing1358 
TOTAL59100.0
192) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #8] join the household? (HR7Z3_8)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 2006829.6
2) Marriage/cohabitate414.8
6) Moved in with parent/relative311.1
7) Shared accommodation/roommate414.8
9) Other829.6
Missing1390 
TOTAL27100.0
193) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #9] join the household? (HR7Z3_9)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 2006110.0
2) Marriage/cohabitate220.0
6) Moved in with parent/relative550.0
7) Shared accommodation/roommate110.0
9) Other110.0
Missing1407 
TOTAL10100.0
194) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #10] join the household? (HR7Z3_10)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 2006350.0
6) Moved in with parent/relative233.3
7) Shared accommodation/roommate116.7
Missing1411 
TOTAL6100.0
195) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #11] join the household? (HR7Z3_11)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 2006337.5
2) Marriage/cohabitate112.5
5) Never left112.5
6) Moved in with parent/relative112.5
7) Shared accommodation/roommate225.0
Missing1409 
TOTAL8100.0
196) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #12] join the household? (HR7Z3_12)
TOTAL%
1) New child since 2006133.3
5) Never left133.3
7) Shared accommodation/roommate133.3
Missing1414 
TOTAL3100.0
197) [Wave 2] Why did [New household member #13] join the household? (HR7Z3_13)
TOTAL%
5) Never left150.0
9) Other150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
198) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #1] (HR7Z4M1)
TOTAL%
2) February125.0
5) May125.0
8) August125.0
11) November125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
199) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #2] (HR7Z4M2)
TOTAL%
1) January38.8
2) February25.9
3) March38.8
4) April12.9
5) May25.9
6) June514.7
7) July617.6
8) August411.8
9) September25.9
10) October38.8
11) November25.9
12) December12.9
Missing1383 
TOTAL34100.0
200) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #3] (HR7Z4M3)
TOTAL%
1) January13.4
2) February310.3
3) March26.9
4) April310.3
5) May26.9
6) June310.3
7) July413.8
8) August310.3
9) September413.8
10) October26.9
11) November26.9
Missing1388 
TOTAL29100.0
201) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #4] (HR7Z4M4)
TOTAL%
1) January412.1
2) February26.1
3) March26.1
4) April13.0
5) May515.2
6) June13.0
7) July515.2
8) August26.1
9) September39.1
10) October515.2
11) November39.1
Missing1384 
TOTAL33100.0
202) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #5] (HR7Z4M5)
TOTAL%
1) January28.3
2) February28.3
3) March14.2
5) May416.7
6) June312.5
7) July312.5
8) August28.3
9) September14.2
10) October312.5
11) November14.2
12) December28.3
Missing1393 
TOTAL24100.0
203) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #6] (HR7Z4M6)
TOTAL%
1) January330.0
2) February220.0
3) March110.0
6) June110.0
7) July110.0
11) November110.0
12) December110.0
Missing1407 
TOTAL10100.0
204) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #7] (HR7Z4M7)
TOTAL%
9) September125.0
10) October250.0
11) November125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
205) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #8] (HR7Z4M8)
TOTAL%
1) January150.0
5) May150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
206) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Month. [New household member #11] (HR7Z4M11)
TOTAL%
11) November1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
207) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #1] (HR7Z4Y1)
TOTAL%
2007) 125.0
2008) 250.0
2011) 125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
208) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #2] (HR7Z4Y2)
TOTAL%
2006) 515.2
2007) 618.2
2008) 618.2
2009) 39.1
2010) 824.2
2011) 412.1
2012) 13.0
Missing1384 
TOTAL33100.0
209) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #3] (HR7Z4Y3)
TOTAL%
2006) 310.0
2007) 620.0
2008) 413.3
2009) 413.3
2010) 826.7
2011) 413.3
2012) 13.3
Missing1387 
TOTAL30100.0
210) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #4] (HR7Z4Y4)
TOTAL%
2006) 618.2
2007) 39.1
2008) 412.1
2009) 39.1
2010) 412.1
2011) 824.2
2012) 515.2
Missing1384 
TOTAL33100.0
211) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #5] (HR7Z4Y5)
TOTAL%
2006) 312.5
2007) 28.3
2008) 312.5
2009) 416.7
2010) 28.3
2011) 625.0
2012) 416.7
Missing1393 
TOTAL24100.0
212) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #6] (HR7Z4Y6)
TOTAL%
2007) 111.1
2009) 111.1
2010) 333.3
2011) 222.2
2012) 222.2
Missing1408 
TOTAL9100.0
213) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #7] (HR7Z4Y7)
TOTAL%
2007) 250.0
2009) 125.0
2011) 125.0
Missing1413 
TOTAL4100.0
214) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #8] (HR7Z4Y8)
TOTAL%
2010) 150.0
2012) 150.0
Missing1415 
TOTAL2100.0
215) [Wave 2] When did [spouse/partner join the household]? Year. [New household member #11] (HR7Z4Y11)
TOTAL%
2010) 1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
216) [Wave 2] Are you married or living with a partner, divorced, separated, had an annulled marriage, or widowed, or have you never been married? (LV_1)
TOTAL%
1) Married66647.0
2) Living with unmarried partner1047.3
3) Widowed835.9
4) Divorced16811.9
5) Annulled marriage20.1
6) Separated433.0
7) Never married35024.7
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
217) [Wave 2] Have you ever been divorced or had an annulment? (LV_1A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14.5
2) No2195.5
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
218) [Wave 2] What is the total number of living children you have, if any, regardless of where they live? Include adopted and stepchildren. (LV_3)
TOTAL%
0) 38927.5
1) 22916.2
2) 33923.9
3) 22515.9
4) 1178.3
5) 553.9
6) 332.3
7) 130.9
8) 70.5
9) 40.3
10) 30.2
12) 10.1
13) 10.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
219) [Wave 2] When we interviewed you in 2006, you were living at [2006 address]. Is this where you live today? (HC_0)
TOTAL%
1) Yes87666.6
2) No44033.4
Missing101 
TOTAL1316100.0
220) [Wave 2] Since the 2006 interview, how many times have you moved, if any? (HC_0A)
TOTAL%
0) 78859.9
1) 26920.5
2) 1189.0
3) 745.6
4) 382.9
5) 131.0
6) 100.8
7) 30.2
8) 10.1
9) 10.1
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
221) [Wave 2] In what year did you personally move to this residence? (HC_3)
TOTAL%
1989) 50.8
1990) 71.2
1991) 40.7
1992) 20.3
1994) 10.2
1995) 10.2
1996) 10.2
1997) 10.2
1998) 20.3
1999) 30.5
2000) 30.5
2001) 10.2
2002) 10.2
2003) 10.2
2004) 30.5
2005) 81.3
2006) 355.9
2007) 599.9
2008) 498.2
2009) 7512.6
2010) 12821.5
2011) 13723.0
2012) 6911.6
Missing821 
TOTAL596100.0
222) [Wave 2] Do you rent, own, or are you currently living here rent-free? (HC_5)
TOTAL%
1) Rent30255.9
2) Own15128.0
3) Live for free8716.1
Missing877 
TOTAL540100.0
223) [Wave 2] Do you connect to the Internet from a laptop or desktop computer in your home? (HC_18)
TOTAL%
1) Yes113480.0
2) No28320.0
TOTAL1417100.0
224) [Wave 2] On average, how often have you felt unsafe, if ever, in your current neighborhood? (HC_19)
TOTAL%
1) Never89363.1
2) Once or twice39227.7
3) Once a month604.2
4) Once a week433.0
5) At least once a day282.0
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
225) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Working full-time (WJ_1_1)
TOTAL%
0) No76053.6
1) Yes65746.4
TOTAL1417100.0
226) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Working part-time (WJ_1_2)
TOTAL%
0) No121986.0
1) Yes19814.0
TOTAL1417100.0
227) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Retired (WJ_1_3)
TOTAL%
0) No118383.5
1) Yes23416.5
TOTAL1417100.0
228) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Homemaker (WJ_1_4)
TOTAL%
0) No130892.3
1) Yes1097.7
TOTAL1417100.0
229) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed, or something else? In school (WJ_1_5)
TOTAL%
0) No132893.7
1) Yes896.3
TOTAL1417100.0
230) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Unemployed (WJ_1_6)
TOTAL%
0) No126389.1
1) Yes15410.9
TOTAL1417100.0
231) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Other (WJ_1_7)
TOTAL%
0) No125688.6
1) Yes16111.4
TOTAL1417100.0
232) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Refused (vol.) (WJ_1_R)
TOTAL%
0) No246100.0
Missing1171 
TOTAL246100.0
233) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Don't know (vol.) (WJ_1_DK)
TOTAL%
0) No246100.0
Missing1171 
TOTAL246100.0
234) [Wave 2] Are you working full-time, part-time, retired, a homemaker, in school, unemployed or something else? Skipped (vol.) (WJ_1_S)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing1416 
TOTAL1100.0
235) [Wave 2] Do you do any work for pay? (WJ_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7112.6
2) No49487.4
Missing852 
TOTAL565100.0
236) [Wave 2] In general, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your job? (WJ_6)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied35838.9
2) Somewhat satisfied35638.7
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied737.9
4) Somewhat dissatisfied9510.3
5) Very dissatisfied394.2
Missing496 
TOTAL921100.0
237) [Wave 2] I like doing things just for the thrill of it (SE_1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree19013.5
2) Somewhat agree54338.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree30921.9
4) Somewhat disagree18513.1
5) Strongly disagree18413.0
Missing6 
TOTAL1411100.0
238) [Wave 2] I sometimes like to do things that are a little frightening (SE_2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree735.2
2) Somewhat agree32723.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree20614.6
4) Somewhat disagree32422.9
5) Strongly disagree48534.3
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
239) [Wave 2] I enjoy getting into new situations where you can't predict how things will turn out (SE_3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1077.6
2) Somewhat agree35224.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree22916.2
4) Somewhat disagree36025.4
5) Strongly disagree36725.9
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
240) [Wave 2] It is sometimes okay to break moral rules if it works to your advantage and you can get away with it (SE_5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree251.8
2) Somewhat agree906.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1107.8
4) Somewhat disagree23316.5
5) Strongly disagree95867.7
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
241) [Wave 2] I believe there is some real purpose for my life (SE_6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree95467.6
2) Somewhat agree27819.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree1158.2
4) Somewhat disagree463.3
5) Strongly disagree181.3
Missing6 
TOTAL1411100.0
242) [Wave 2] I feel good about my future (SE_7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree69549.2
2) Somewhat agree44931.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree14610.3
4) Somewhat disagree896.3
5) Strongly disagree332.3
Missing5 
TOTAL1412100.0
243) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: White/Caucasian/Anglo (RE_1A_1)
TOTAL%
0) No66246.8
1) Yes75353.2
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
244) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Black/African American (RE_1A_2)
TOTAL%
0) No113179.9
1) Yes28420.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
245) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Hispanic/Latino(a) (RE_1A_3)
TOTAL%
0) No120284.9
1) Yes21315.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
246) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Asian/Asian American (RE_1A_4)
TOTAL%
0) No131392.8
1) Yes1027.2
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
247) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Pacific Islander (RE_1A_5)
TOTAL%
0) No140799.4
1) Yes80.6
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
248) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: American Indian/Native American (RE_1A_6)
TOTAL%
0) No140999.6
1) Yes60.4
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
249) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Mixed race (RE_1A_7)
TOTAL%
0) No137397.0
1) Yes423.0
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
250) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group do you consider yourself? (That is, are you white, black, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, American Indian or of mixed race?) Answer: Other (RE_1A_9)
TOTAL%
0) No139698.7
1) Yes191.3
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
251) [Wave 2] For which racial or ethnic group, do you most closely identify? (RE_2W)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo4346.2
2) Black/African American2526.9
3) Hispanic/Latino(a)1516.1
4) Asian/Asian American88.6
5) Pacific Islander22.2
Missing1324 
TOTAL93100.0
252) [Wave 2] Which term do you prefer most? Asian, Asian American, Oriental or something else? (RE_2C)
TOTAL%
1) Asian330.0
2) Asian American660.0
5) No preference (doesn't matter)110.0
Missing1407 
TOTAL10100.0
253) [Wave 2] Are you . . . Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese or something else? (RE_2A)
TOTAL%
1) Chinese220.0
2) Filipino550.0
6) Vietnamese220.0
7) Or something else?110.0
Missing1407 
TOTAL10100.0
254) [Wave 2] Which term do you prefer most? White, Caucasian, Anglo, European-American or something else? (RE_2G)
TOTAL%
1) White2251.2
2) Caucasian511.6
4) European-American12.3
6) No preference (doesn't matter)1534.9
Missing1374 
TOTAL43100.0
255) [Wave 2] Are you . . . of European descent, Middle Eastern, of Hispanic descent or something else? [Whites only] (RE_2E)
TOTAL%
1) Of European descent3378.6
2) Middle Eastern12.4
4) Or something else?819.0
Missing1375 
TOTAL42100.0
256) [Wave 2] Which term do you prefer most? Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, Latin American or something else? (Hispanics only) (RE_2K)
TOTAL%
1) Hispanic426.7
2) Latino426.7
3) Chicano16.7
4) Latin American320.0
5) Or something else?16.7
6) No preference (doesn't matter)213.3
Missing1402 
TOTAL15100.0
257) [Wave 2] Are you...Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, Dominican, Colombian, Central American or something else? (RE_2I)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican1173.3
7) Or something else?426.7
Missing1402 
TOTAL15100.0
258) [Wave 2] Which term do you prefer most? Black, African American, Negro, Afro-American or something else? (RE_2O)
TOTAL%
1) Black832.0
2) African American1352.0
5) Or something else?312.0
6) No preference (doesn't matter)14.0
Missing1392 
TOTAL25100.0
259) [Wave 2] Are you . . . African American, African, Caribbean, South American, European, Canadian or something else? [Blacks only] (RE_2M)
TOTAL%
1) African American1872.0
2) African28.0
3) Caribbean14.0
5) European14.0
7) Or something else?312.0
Missing1392 
TOTAL25100.0
260) [Wave 2] Do you consider yourself white, black, Asian, American Indian or something else? (Hispanics only) (RE_3A)
TOTAL%
1) White746.7
4) American Indian16.7
5) Something else?746.7
Missing1402 
TOTAL15100.0
261) [Wave 2] This question is about how often you attend worship services, not including weddings or funerals. Would that be never, once or twice a year, several times a year, once a month, two or three times a month, once a week, twice a week or three times a week or more? (CI_0)
TOTAL%
1) Never37926.8
2) Once or twice a year25317.9
3) Several times a year17712.5
4) Once a month614.3
5) Two or three times a month1289.0
6) Once a week25217.8
7) Twice a week936.6
8) Three times a week or more735.2
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
262) [Wave 2] In the past six years, since 2006, was there a time when you attended worship services at least once a month for about a year or more? (CI_0Z1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12219.4
2) No50880.6
Missing787 
TOTAL630100.0
263) [Wave 2] How often does your [FILL: spouse/partner] attend worship services, not including weddings or funerals? Would that be never, once or twice a year, several times a year, once a month, two or three times a month, once a week, twice a week or three times a week or more? (CI_0Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Never21828.4
2) Once or twice a year13217.2
3) Several times a year9412.2
4) Once a month263.4
5) Two or three times a month658.5
6) Once a week14518.9
7) Twice a week526.8
8) Three times a week or more364.7
Missing649 
TOTAL768100.0
264) [Wave 2] Do you and your [FILL: spouse/partner] usually attend the same place of worship? (CI_0Z6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes48292.9
2) No377.1
Missing898 
TOTAL519100.0
265) [Wave 2] In 2006, you considered yourself [FILL: religion]. Do you currently consider yourself that? (CI_0Z7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes101482.4
2) No15012.2
3) Other (sometimes, maybe, not sure, etc.)675.4
Missing186 
TOTAL1231100.0
266) [Wave 2] Which of the following do you consider yourself? Are you Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Latter-day Saint or Mormon, Buddhist, Hindu, agnostic, atheist, spiritual, don't give religious things much thought or something else? (CI_1)
TOTAL%
1) Christian71750.6
2) Muslim60.4
3) Jewish261.8
4) Roman Catholic29821.0
5) Latter-day Saint or Mormon60.4
6) Buddhist211.5
7) Hindu161.1
8) Agnostic (You are not sure if there is a God.)564.0
9) Atheist (You believe there is no God.)382.7
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith16711.8
11) Don't give religious things much thought241.7
12) Other412.9
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
267) [Wave 2] Is there some other religion [CATI: that I haven't / WEB: not already] mentioned that describes you, or are there religious practices, such as worship of ancestors that you engage in? (CI_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes106.0
2) No15794.0
Missing1250 
TOTAL167100.0
268) [Wave 2] Are you Catholic? (CI_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes415.7
2) No67694.3
Missing700 
TOTAL717100.0
269) [Wave 2] As an adult, but BEFORE 2006, did you ever consider yourself as something other than [FILL religious identity]? (CIP_0)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25420.8
2) No96579.2
Missing198 
TOTAL1219100.0
270) [Wave 2] As an adult, but BEFORE 2006, which of the following did you consider yourself? Were you Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Latter-day Saint or Mormon, Buddhist, Hindu, agnostic, atheist, spiritual, didn't give religious things much thought or something else? (CIP_1)
TOTAL%
1) Christian17750.6
2) Muslim10.3
3) Jewish51.4
4) Roman Catholic4914.0
5) Latter-day Saint Or Mormon41.1
6) Buddhist30.9
7) Hindu10.3
8) Agnostic (You are not sure if there is a God.)174.9
9) Atheist (You believe there is no God.)61.7
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith4011.4
11) Didn't give religious things much thought288.0
12) Other195.4
Missing1067 
TOTAL350100.0
271) [Wave 2] Was there some other religion that I haven't mentioned that described you, or were there religious practices, such as worship of ancestors, that you engaged in? (CIP_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes410.0
2) No3690.0
Missing1377 
TOTAL40100.0
272) [Wave 2] Were you Catholic? (CIP_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes147.9
2) No16392.1
Missing1240 
TOTAL177100.0
273) [Wave 2] In which religion were you raised, if any? Were you Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Latter-day Saint or Mormon, Buddhist, Hindu, agnostic, atheists, didn't give religious things much thought or something else? (CIF_1)
TOTAL%
1) Christian71450.4
2) Muslim80.6
3) Jewish292.0
4) Roman Catholic42530.0
5) Latter-day Saint or Mormon141.0
6) Buddhist211.5
7) Hindu161.1
8) Agnostic (You are not sure if there is a God.)141.0
9) Atheist (You believe there is no God.)80.6
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith342.4
11) Didn't give religious things much thought574.0
12) Other765.4
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
274) [Wave 2] Was there some other religion that I haven't mentioned that described you, or were there some other religious practices, such as worship of ancestors, that you engaged in? (CIF_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes514.7
2) No2985.3
Missing1383 
TOTAL34100.0
275) [Wave 2] Were you [raised] Catholic? (CIF_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes496.9
2) No66393.1
Missing705 
TOTAL712100.0
276) [Wave 2] By your best estimate, how often did you attend worship services, not including weddings and funerals, when you were growing up? Would that be never, once or twice a year, several times a year, once a month, two or three times a month, once a week, twice a week or three times a week or more? (CIF_24)
TOTAL%
1) Never986.9
2) Once or twice a year1349.5
3) Several times a year14310.1
4) Once a month493.5
5) Two or three times a month17712.5
6) Once a week55739.4
7) Twice a week14810.5
8) Three times a week or more1067.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1412100.0
277) [Wave 2] According to our previous questions, you consider yourself [religion]. Is your [spouse/partner] also [religion]? (CIF_30)
TOTAL%
1) Yes42572.9
2) No15827.1
Missing834 
TOTAL583100.0
278) [Wave 2] Which of the following does your [spouse/partner] consider [himself/herself]? Is it Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Roman Catholic, Latter-day Saint or Mormon, Buddhist, Hindu, agnostic, atheist, spiritual, doesn't give religious things much thought or something else? (CIF_31)
TOTAL%
1) Christian16648.5
2) Muslim10.3
3) Jewish82.3
4) Roman Catholic5315.5
6) Buddhist51.5
7) Hindu20.6
8) Agnostic (You are not sure if there is a God.)144.1
9) Atheist (You believe there is no God.)123.5
10) Spiritual, but not committed to a particular faith257.3
11) Doesn't give religious things much thought4011.7
12) Other164.7
Missing1075 
TOTAL342100.0
279) [Wave 2] Is there some other religion that I haven't mentioned that describes [spouse/partner], or are there religious practices, such as worship of ancestors, that [spouse/partner] is engaged in? (CIF_32)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13.8
2) No2596.2
Missing1391 
TOTAL26100.0
280) [Wave 2] Is [spouse/partner] Catholic? (CIF_34)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1810.8
2) No14889.2
Missing1251 
TOTAL166100.0
281) [Wave 2] Are you currently involved in, affiliated with, or a member of a religious congregation or other place of worship? By congregation, [I/we] mean a church, temple, synagogue, mosque or other place of worship (CA_1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60442.7
2) No81157.3
Missing2 
TOTAL1415100.0
282) [Wave 2] In the last six years, have you been involved in, affiliated with, or a member of a religious congregation or other place of worship? (CA_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10613.1
2) No70586.9
Missing606 
TOTAL811100.0
283) [Wave 2] Are you involved in, attending, or a member of one congregation or two or more congregations? (CA_3)
TOTAL%
1) One only72388.8
2) Two or more9111.2
Missing603 
TOTAL814100.0
284) [Wave 2] How often do you attend worship services at other congregations? Would that be never, once or twice a year, several times a year, once a month, two or three times a month, once a week, twice a week or three times a week or more? (CA_3Z4)
TOTAL%
1) Never33.3
2) Once or twice a year2224.4
3) Several times a year2831.1
4) Once a month1617.8
5) Two or three times a month1213.3
6) Once a week910.0
Missing1327 
TOTAL90100.0
285) [Wave 2] When we interviewed you in 2006, you (FILL: were attending/had attended) worship services at[FILL CA_4/2006]. Is this the same place where you [FILL: attend most often now/attended most often in the last six years]? (CA_3Z6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36662.5
2) No22037.5
Missing831 
TOTAL586100.0
286) [Wave 2] Are you an official member of this religious congregation? (CA_7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21940.8
2) No24846.2
3) Congregation does not have formal membership499.1
4) Was in the past, but not now213.9
Missing880 
TOTAL537100.0
287) [Wave 2] Which was most important in your switching congregations? Were you dissatisfied with your former congregation or were you attracted to your new congregation? (CA_9)
TOTAL%
1) Dissatisfied with former congregation3214.7
2) Attracted to new congregation3114.2
3) Both mattered the same3214.7
4) Neither, neutral12356.4
Missing1199 
TOTAL218100.0
288) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was the clergy an important factor? (CA_9Z1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2477.4
2) No722.6
Missing1386 
TOTAL31100.0
289) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was it location or inconvenience issues? (CA_9Z1C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes618.8
2) No2681.3
Missing1385 
TOTAL32100.0
290) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was it theology or religious beliefs? (CA_9Z1D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1548.4
2) No1651.6
Missing1386 
TOTAL31100.0
291) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Were political or social views important to your dissatisfaction? (CA_9Z1E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1753.1
2) No1546.9
Missing1385 
TOTAL32100.0
292) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was it the liturgy, style of worship, or music? (CA_9Z1F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1341.9
2) No1858.1
Missing1386 
TOTAL31100.0
293) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was it unpleasant relationships (for example, change in family ties, falling out with someone, feeling rejected or ignored)? (CA_9Z1G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1650.0
2) No1650.0
Missing1385 
TOTAL32100.0
294) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was there a lack of programs and activities at your former place? (CA_9Z1H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes825.0
2) No2475.0
Missing1385 
TOTAL32100.0
295) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your dissatisfaction with your former congregation. Was the congregation's outlook for the future a factor? (CA_9Z1I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1856.3
2) No1443.8
Missing1385 
TOTAL32100.0
296) [Wave 2] Which of these factors -- [INSERT A LIST OF CA_9z1 FACTORS] -- was the most important reason in why you no longer attend your former place of worship? (CA_9Z1A)
TOTAL%
1) Clergy825.8
3) Religious beliefs722.6
4) Political or social views39.7
5) Liturgy, style of worship, or music26.5
6) Unpleasant relationships412.9
7) Lack of programs and activities39.7
8) Future outlook412.9
Missing1386 
TOTAL31100.0
297) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was the clergy at your new place an important factor? (CA_10B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4674.2
2) No1625.8
Missing1355 
TOTAL62100.0
298) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was it location or convenience issues? (CA_10C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3352.4
2) No3047.6
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
299) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was it theology or religious beliefs? (CA_10D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3962.9
2) No2337.1
Missing1355 
TOTAL62100.0
300) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Were political or social views important? (CA_10E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2336.5
2) No4063.5
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
301) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was it the liturgy, style of worship, or music? (CA_10F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4469.8
2) No1930.2
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
302) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was it personal relationships, such as marriage, family or friends? (CA_10G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2946.0
2) No3454.0
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
303) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was the availability of programs and activities a factor? (CA_10H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2946.0
2) No3454.0
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
304) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was the new congregation's outlook for the future a factor? (CA_10I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3657.1
2) No2742.9
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
305) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your attraction to your new place of worship. Was this a return to your childhood religion and was this an important factor? (CA_10J)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1117.5
2) No5282.5
Missing1354 
TOTAL63100.0
306) [Wave 2] Which of these factors -- [INSERT LIST OF CA_10 FACTORS] -- was the most important reason in why you are now attending the new place of worship? (CA_10A)
TOTAL%
1) Clergy1220.0
2) Location or convenience915.0
3) Religious beliefs1423.3
4) Political or social views11.7
5) Liturgy, style of worship or music1220.0
6) Personal relationships58.3
7) Available programs and activities58.3
8) Future outlook11.7
9) Childhood religion11.7
Missing1357 
TOTAL60100.0
307) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your switching congregation. Was it that you moved? (CA_10Z1A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7157.7
2) No5242.3
Missing1294 
TOTAL123100.0
308) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your switching congregation. Was it that your congregation moved? (CA_10Z1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1310.7
2) No10989.3
Missing1295 
TOTAL122100.0
309) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your switching congregation. Was it that your congregation closed? (CA_10Z1C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes108.2
2) No11291.8
Missing1295 
TOTAL122100.0
310) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your switching congregation. Was it that you switched because family members wanted to change? (CA_10Z1D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes118.9
2) No11291.1
Missing1294 
TOTAL123100.0
311) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important to your switching congregation. Was it something else? (CA_10Z1E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5645.5
2) No6754.5
Missing1294 
TOTAL123100.0
312) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was the clergy an important factor? (CA_11AB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2248.9
2) No2351.1
Missing1372 
TOTAL45100.0
313) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was it location or convenience issues? (CA_11AC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1738.6
2) No2761.4
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
314) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was it theology or religious beliefs? (CA_11AD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2556.8
2) No1943.2
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
315) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Were political or social views important? (CA_11AE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1329.5
2) No3170.5
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
316) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was it the liturgy, style of worship, or music? (CA_11AF)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2555.6
2) No2044.4
Missing1372 
TOTAL45100.0
317) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was it personal relationships, such as marriage, family or friends? (CA_11AG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1942.2
2) No2657.8
Missing1372 
TOTAL45100.0
318) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was the availability of programs and activities a factor? (CA_11AH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2250.0
2) No2250.0
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
319) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was the congregation's outlook for the future a factor? (CA_11AI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2147.7
2) No2352.3
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
320) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors [are/were] important in your [attending/having attended] [FILL CA_4/2011] after rarely attending a place of worship in 2006. Was this a return to your childhood religion and was this an important factor? (CA_11AJ)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2045.5
2) No2454.5
Missing1373 
TOTAL44100.0
321) [Wave 2] Which of these factors -- [INSERT A LIST OF CA_11a FACTORS] -- was the most important reason in why you are now attending a place of worship? (CA_11A)
TOTAL%
1) Clergy511.9
2) Location or convenience614.3
3) Religious beliefs1023.8
5) Liturgy, style of worship or music614.3
6) Personal relationships716.7
8) Future outlook37.1
9) Childhood religion511.9
Missing1375 
TOTAL42100.0
322) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was the clergy an important factor? (CA_11Z1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2243.1
2) No2956.9
Missing1366 
TOTAL51100.0
323) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was it location or inconvenience issues? (CA_11Z1C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1223.1
2) No4076.9
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
324) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was it theology or religious beliefs? (CA_11Z1D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1528.8
2) No3771.2
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
325) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Were political or social views important? (CA_11Z1E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2038.5
2) No3261.5
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
326) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was it the liturgy, style of worship, or music? (CA_11Z1F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1019.2
2) No4280.8
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
327) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was it personal relationships, such as marriage, family or friends? (CA_11Z1G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1630.8
2) No3669.2
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
328) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was the lack of programs and activities a factor? (CA_11Z1H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes47.7
2) No4892.3
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
329) [Wave 2] We are interested in learning about which factors were important in your not attending worship services frequently after attending [FILL CA_4/2006] in 2006. Was the congregation's outlook for the future a factor? (CA_11Z1I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1019.2
2) No4280.8
Missing1365 
TOTAL52100.0
330) [Wave 2] Which of these factors -- [INSERT A LIST OF CA_11z1 FACTORS] -- was the most important reason in why you are not attending your last place of worship? (CA_11Z1A)
TOTAL%
1) Clergy1126.8
2) Location or convenience614.6
3) Religious beliefs614.6
4) Political or social views717.1
5) Liturgy, style of worship, or music12.4
6) Personal relationships717.1
7) Lack of programs and activities12.4
8) Future outlook24.9
Missing1376 
TOTAL41100.0
331) [Wave 2] Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements about your current primary congregation. Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, neither agree nor disagree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree with: My congregation [feels/felt] like family to me (CA_12)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree40342.6
2) Somewhat agree26227.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree16717.7
4) Somewhat disagree586.1
5) Strongly disagree555.8
Missing472 
TOTAL945100.0
332) [Wave 2] My congregation [meets/met] my spiritual needs (CA_13)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49952.9
2) Somewhat agree26728.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree10811.5
4) Somewhat disagree333.5
5) Strongly disagree363.8
Missing474 
TOTAL943100.0
333) [Wave 2] I [feel/felt] like an outsider in my congregation (CA_14)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree333.5
2) Somewhat agree929.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree14815.7
4) Somewhat disagree12413.2
5) Strongly disagree54457.8
Missing476 
TOTAL941100.0
334) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? Sermons, preaching, or homilies? (CA_15)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied51955.0
2) Somewhat satisfied26327.9
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied838.8
4) Somewhat dissatisfied414.3
5) Very dissatisfied181.9
6) Not applicable202.1
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
335) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? The music at worship services? (CA_16)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied53256.4
2) Somewhat satisfied23424.8
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied727.6
4) Somewhat dissatisfied505.3
5) Very dissatisfied222.3
6) Not applicable343.6
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
336) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? Religious education classes for adults, such as Sunday, church, or Sabbath school, Bible class, Quran class, etc.? (CA_18)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied42044.5
2) Somewhat satisfied21422.7
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied14114.9
4) Somewhat dissatisfied272.9
5) Very dissatisfied161.7
6) Not applicable12613.3
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
337) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? The children's programs or youth groups? (CA_19)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied40743.3
2) Somewhat satisfied18119.3
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied10611.3
4) Somewhat dissatisfied394.2
5) Very dissatisfied181.9
6) Not applicable18820.0
Missing478 
TOTAL939100.0
338) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? How money is handled or spent? (CA_20)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied40343.0
2) Somewhat satisfied18920.2
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied19821.1
4) Somewhat dissatisfied444.7
5) Very dissatisfied222.3
6) Not applicable818.6
Missing480 
TOTAL937100.0
339) [Wave 2] How satisfied or dissatisfied [are/were] you with the following activities at your congregation? How major decisions are made? (CA_21)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied36639.0
2) Somewhat satisfied20822.2
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied20021.3
4) Somewhat dissatisfied505.3
5) Very dissatisfied242.6
6) Not applicable909.6
Missing479 
TOTAL938100.0
340) [Wave 2] How close do/did you feel to the primary religious leader at your congregation? (CA_22)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close10511.1
2) Very close17618.7
3) Quite close16017.0
4) A little close26628.2
5) Not at all close23524.9
Missing475 
TOTAL942100.0
341) [Wave 2] How much respect do/did you have for the head religious leader? (CA_23)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal58261.8
2) A good bit24425.9
3) A little879.2
4) None at all283.0
Missing476 
TOTAL941100.0
342) [Wave 2] How often do/did you talk with the religious leader at your congregation, not including just saying ‘hello' after worship services? (CA_24)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week808.5
2) Once a week11612.3
3) A few times a month13514.3
4) About once a month12413.1
5) Less than monthly19921.1
6) Never28930.6
Missing474 
TOTAL943100.0
343) [Wave 2] In the past three years, not including attending worship services, how often have you participated in activities, groups, or organizations of this congregations? Such as social gatherings, choir, small groups or prayer meetings, outreach or social service groups, etc.? (CA_33)
TOTAL%
1) Never28129.8
2) Less than monthly25126.6
3) About once a month13614.4
4) A few times a month12513.3
5) Once a week808.5
6) More than once a week697.3
Missing475 
TOTAL942100.0
344) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have you held a leadership position in your congregation, such as teacher, elder, deacon, small group or youth group leader, worship leader, or choir director? (CA_28)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21622.9
2) No72877.1
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
345) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have you served on committees or boards at your congregation? (CA_29)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18719.8
2) No75880.2
Missing472 
TOTAL945100.0
346) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have you organized events or groups at your congregation? (CA_30)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18920.0
2) No75680.0
Missing472 
TOTAL945100.0
347) [Wave 2] In a typical month, does your work at your congregation in leadership positions, organizing events, or serving on committees take up more than one hour of your time? (CA_31)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19465.1
2) No10434.9
Missing1119 
TOTAL298100.0
348) [Wave 2] Have you done any other volunteer work for your congregation? (CA_32A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15077.7
2) No4322.3
Missing1224 
TOTAL193100.0
349) [Wave 2] Thinking about your activities and service at your congregation over the past six years, how often have you felt burned out or overextended? Would it be not at all, sometimes, often, very often, or all the time? (CA_34)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all13545.3
2) Sometimes14047.0
3) Often124.0
4) Very often113.7
Missing1119 
TOTAL298100.0
350) [Wave 2] How often do you feel you are appreciated by the leaders or people of your congregation for the work and activities that you do at your congregation? Would it be not at all, sometimes, often, very often, or all the time? (CA_35)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all113.7
2) Sometimes8227.5
3) Often6622.1
4) Very often6923.2
5) All the time7023.5
Missing1119 
TOTAL298100.0
351) [Wave 2] About what proportion of this congregation [is/was] [respondent's race] – almost all, about 90 percent, about three-fourths, about half, or about a quarter or less? (CA_42)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all37439.9
2) About 90 percent23825.4
3) About three-fourths11812.6
4) About half869.2
5) About a quarter or less12112.9
Missing480 
TOTAL937100.0
352) [Wave 2] Of the race groups [different from respondent's race] at this congregation, which [is/was] the largest in numbers? [Are/Were] they: white, black, Hispanic, Asian American or something else? (CA_43)
TOTAL%
1) White31734.5
2) Black18019.6
3) Hispanic19921.7
4) Asian American636.9
5) Something else16017.4
Missing498 
TOTAL919100.0
353) [Wave 2] In the worship service you [attend/attended] most often, what [is/was] the main language spoken? [Is/Was] it generally English, Spanish, or some other language? (CA_44)
TOTAL%
1) English78983.6
2) Spanish646.8
3) English and Spanish equally464.9
4) Some other language454.8
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
354) [Wave 2] Do you consider yourself a traditional Catholic, a progressive or liberal Catholic, a charismatic Catholic, or just Catholic? (RI_1)
TOTAL%
1) Traditional (includes conservative or orthodox)5516.0
2) Progressive or liberal5917.2
3) Charismatic Catholic113.2
4) Just Catholic20960.9
5) Other/something else92.6
Missing1074 
TOTAL343100.0
355) [Wave 2] Would you say being Catholic is very central to who you are, somewhat central, or not that central to who you are? (RI_2)
TOTAL%
1) Very central12937.8
2) Somewhat central13439.3
3) Not that central7822.9
Missing1076 
TOTAL341100.0
356) [Wave 2] Which of these terms best describes your religious faith or spirituality? Is it Pentecostal, charismatic, fundamentalist, evangelical, mainline Protestant or liberal Protestant? (RI_3)
TOTAL%
1) Pentecostal7210.8
2) Charismatic172.5
3) Fundamentalist172.5
4) Evangelical649.6
5) Mainline Protestant598.8
6) Liberal Protestant456.7
7) Not familiar with these terms7411.1
8) Don't like labels/just a Christian29243.7
9) Something else284.2
Missing749 
TOTAL668100.0
357) [Wave 2] Would you describe yourself as a Pentecostal [religion] or not? (RI_3Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes667.3
2) No84492.7
Missing507 
TOTAL910100.0
358) [Wave 2] Would you describe yourself as a charismatic [religion], or not? (RI_3Z6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11211.6
2) No85788.4
Missing448 
TOTAL969100.0
359) [Wave 2] Have you had a born-again experience, that is, a turning point in your life when you committed yourself to Jesus Christ? (RI_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9417.1
2) No45782.9
Missing866 
TOTAL551100.0
360) [Wave 2] In general, would you describe your views on religious or spiritual matters as conservative, moderate, or liberal? (RI_7)
TOTAL%
1) Conservative41730.0
2) Moderate54038.9
3) Liberal43231.1
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
361) [Wave 2] Would you say very [religiously] conservative or somewhat conservative? (RI_8)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative16740.0
2) Somewhat conservative25060.0
Missing1000 
TOTAL417100.0
362) [Wave 2] In general, would you [religiously] lean toward conservative or toward liberal? (RI_9)
TOTAL%
1) Conservative30257.0
2) Liberal22843.0
Missing887 
TOTAL530100.0
363) [Wave 2] Would you say very [religiously] liberal or somewhat liberal? (RI_10)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal20146.5
2) Somewhat liberal23153.5
Missing985 
TOTAL432100.0
364) [Wave 2] Outside of your own religious tradition, which other religion do you have the most respect for? (RC_1)
TOTAL%
1) Buddhism1178.4
2) Christianity342.4
3) Hinduism50.4
4) Islam191.4
5) Judaism or Jewish16712.0
6) Mormonism (Latter-day Saints)292.1
7) Do not respect these religions997.1
8) Equal respect for all81358.4
9) Other/something else1097.8
Missing25 
TOTAL1392100.0
365) [Wave 2] Which religion do you have the least respect for? (RC_2)
TOTAL%
1) Buddhism463.3
2) Christianity191.4
3) Hinduism141.0
4) Islam20915.2
5) Judaism or Jewish110.8
6) Mormonism (Latter-day Saints)977.0
7) Do not respect these religions805.8
8) Equal respect for all79857.9
9) Other/something else1057.6
Missing38 
TOTAL1379100.0
366) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have you seriously considered dropping out of religion altogether? (RC_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21615.4
2) No118884.6
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
367) [Wave 2] Now think about the persons outside your home that you feel closest to. These may be friends, coworkers, neighbors, relatives or anyone else who does not live here. Not including people living in your home, about how many people, if any, would you say you feel close to? (NE_1)
TOTAL%
1) One624.4
2) Two1228.7
3) Three14910.6
4) Four1218.6
5) Five1399.9
6) Six1057.5
7) Seven412.9
8) Eight705.0
9) Nine261.8
10) 10 to 1422916.3
11) 15 to 19604.3
12) 20 or more21615.4
13) None664.7
Missing11 
TOTAL1406100.0
368) [Wave 2] [We/I] want to ask a series of questions about the people you feel closest to - up to [X person/people]. So [we/I] can ask about the right people, please give me the first name or initials of the person(s) outside of your home you feel closest to. [Person #1] (NE_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1314100.0
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
369) [Wave 2] And now the first name or initials of the next closest person/IF NE_1=1 ASK -- Is there a second person you feel close to?] Is there a second person you feel close to? And now the first name or initials of the next closest person (NE_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1247100.0
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
370) [Wave 2] [IF NE_1=3-12 SAY -- And the third/ IF NE_1=1 or 2 ASK -- Is there a third person you feel close to?] Is there a third person you feel close to? (NE_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1121100.0
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
371) [Wave 2] [IF NE_1=4-12 SAY -- The fourth/ IF NE_1= 1-3 ASK -- Is there a fourth person you feel close to?] Is there a fourth person you feel close to? (NE_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes954100.0
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
372) [Wave 2] [No one close to] (NE_2B)
TOTAL%
0) No132098.7
1) Yes171.3
Missing80 
TOTAL1337100.0
373) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? Name 1 (NE_6_1)
TOTAL%
0) No61178.7
1) Yes16521.3
Missing641 
TOTAL776100.0
374) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? Name 2 (NE_6_2)
TOTAL%
0) No61383.3
1) Yes12316.7
Missing681 
TOTAL736100.0
375) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? Name 3 (NE_6_3)
TOTAL%
0) No54683.1
1) Yes11116.9
Missing760 
TOTAL657100.0
376) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? Name 4 (NE_6_4)
TOTAL%
0) No49284.8
1) Yes8815.2
Missing837 
TOTAL580100.0
377) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? None (NE_6_7)
TOTAL%
0) No36947.6
1) Yes40752.4
Missing641 
TOTAL776100.0
378) [Wave 2] Which of the people you mentioned are involved in your congregation? All (NE_6_8)
TOTAL%
0) No67191.2
1) Yes658.8
Missing681 
TOTAL736100.0
379) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? Name 1 (NE_7_1)
TOTAL%
0) No36666.3
1) Yes18633.7
Missing865 
TOTAL552100.0
380) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? Name 2 (NE_7_2)
TOTAL%
0) No38670.4
1) Yes16229.6
Missing869 
TOTAL548100.0
381) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? Name 3 (NE_7_3)
TOTAL%
0) No36274.3
1) Yes12525.7
Missing930 
TOTAL487100.0
382) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? Name 4 (NE_7_4)
TOTAL%
0) No33375.7
1) Yes10724.3
Missing977 
TOTAL440100.0
383) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? None (NE_7_7)
TOTAL%
0) No57684.0
1) Yes11016.0
Missing731 
TOTAL686100.0
384) [Wave 2] Which of the following people share your religious faith? All (NE_7_8)
TOTAL%
0) No34758.1
1) Yes25041.9
Missing820 
TOTAL597100.0
385) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? Name 1 (NE_8_1)
TOTAL%
0) No8174.3
1) Yes2825.7
Missing1308 
TOTAL109100.0
386) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? Name 2 (NE_8_2)
TOTAL%
0) No7875.0
1) Yes2625.0
Missing1313 
TOTAL104100.0
387) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? Name 3 (NE_8_3)
TOTAL%
0) No6371.6
1) Yes2528.4
Missing1329 
TOTAL88100.0
388) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? Name 4 (NE_8_4)
TOTAL%
0) No6671.0
1) Yes2729.0
Missing1324 
TOTAL93100.0
389) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? None (NE_8_7)
TOTAL%
0) No9343.3
1) Yes12256.7
Missing1202 
TOTAL215100.0
390) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Catholic? All (NE_8_8)
TOTAL%
0) No10994.0
1) Yes76.0
Missing1301 
TOTAL116100.0
391) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? Name 1 (NE_8Z5_1)
TOTAL%
0) No4566.2
1) Yes2333.8
Missing1349 
TOTAL68100.0
392) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? Name 2 (NE_8Z5_2)
TOTAL%
0) No5163.0
1) Yes3037.0
Missing1336 
TOTAL81100.0
393) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? Name 3 (NE_8Z5_3)
TOTAL%
0) No5464.3
1) Yes3035.7
Missing1333 
TOTAL84100.0
394) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? Name 4 (NE_8Z5_4)
TOTAL%
0) No4155.4
1) Yes3344.6
Missing1343 
TOTAL74100.0
395) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? None (NE_8Z5_7)
TOTAL%
0) No11777.0
1) Yes3523.0
Missing1265 
TOTAL152100.0
396) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are Christian but not Catholic? All (NE_8Z5_8)
TOTAL%
0) No5862.4
1) Yes3537.6
Missing1324 
TOTAL93100.0
397) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? Name 1 (NE_9_1)
TOTAL%
0) No5166.2
1) Yes2633.8
Missing1340 
TOTAL77100.0
398) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? Name 2 (NE_9_2)
TOTAL%
0) No4458.7
1) Yes3141.3
Missing1342 
TOTAL75100.0
399) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? Name 3 (NE_9_3)
TOTAL%
0) No4565.2
1) Yes2434.8
Missing1348 
TOTAL69100.0
400) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? Name 4 (NE_9_4)
TOTAL%
0) No4064.5
1) Yes2235.5
Missing1355 
TOTAL62100.0
401) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? None (NE_9_7)
TOTAL%
0) No10060.6
1) Yes6539.4
Missing1252 
TOTAL165100.0
402) [Wave 2] Which of the remaining people you mentioned are not religious? All (NE_9_8)
TOTAL%
0) No6685.7
1) Yes1114.3
Missing1340 
TOTAL77100.0
403) [Wave 2] We would like to add two names from your congregation -- not including your parents, siblings or children. Besides those already mentioned, what is the first name or initials of the person you are closest to at your [congregation]? Name 1 (NE_10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes522100.0
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
404) [Wave 2] And who are you next closest to at your [congregation]? (NE_11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes480100.0
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
405) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 1 (NE_12_1)
TOTAL%
0) No98575.0
1) Yes32925.0
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
406) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 2 (NE_12_2)
TOTAL%
0) No91773.5
1) Yes33026.5
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
407) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 3 (NE_12_3)
TOTAL%
0) No83474.4
1) Yes28725.6
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
408) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 4 (NE_12_4)
TOTAL%
0) No68271.5
1) Yes27228.5
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
409) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 5 (NE_12_5)
TOTAL%
0) No41579.5
1) Yes10720.5
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
410) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? Name 6 (NE_12_6)
TOTAL%
0) No35574.0
1) Yes12526.0
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
411) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? None (NE_12_7)
TOTAL%
0) No87266.4
1) Yes44233.6
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
412) [Wave 2] [FILL OPPOSITE OF R: male/female INFORMATION PULLED FROM HR_6] SHOW R LIST OF ALL NAMES OR INITIALS IN ORDER: Which of these people are male or female? All (NE_12_8)
TOTAL%
0) No125098.6
1) Yes181.4
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
413) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 1 (NE_13_1)
TOTAL%
0) No79860.7
1) Yes51639.3
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
414) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 2 (NE_13_2)
TOTAL%
0) No80864.8
1) Yes43935.2
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
415) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 3 (NE_13_3)
TOTAL%
0) No77869.4
1) Yes34330.6
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
416) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 4 (NE_13_4)
TOTAL%
0) No70674.0
1) Yes24826.0
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
417) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 5 (NE_13_5)
TOTAL%
0) No48993.7
1) Yes336.3
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
418) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? Name 6 (NE_13_6)
TOTAL%
0) No44793.1
1) Yes336.9
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
419) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? None (NE_13_7)
TOTAL%
0) No91169.3
1) Yes40330.7
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
420) [Wave 2] Which of these, if any, are your family members? All (NE_13_8)
TOTAL%
0) No111587.9
1) Yes15312.1
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
421) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 1 (NE_14_1)
TOTAL%
0) No70189.5
1) Yes8210.5
Missing634 
TOTAL783100.0
422) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 2 (NE_14_2)
TOTAL%
0) No67790.1
1) Yes749.9
Missing666 
TOTAL751100.0
423) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 3 (NE_14_3)
TOTAL%
0) No59787.4
1) Yes8612.6
Missing734 
TOTAL683100.0
424) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 4 (NE_14_4)
TOTAL%
0) No51086.3
1) Yes8113.7
Missing826 
TOTAL591100.0
425) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 5 (NE_14_5)
TOTAL%
0) No27695.2
1) Yes144.8
Missing1127 
TOTAL290100.0
426) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? Name 6 (NE_14_6)
TOTAL%
0) No25495.5
1) Yes124.5
Missing1151 
TOTAL266100.0
427) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? None (NE_14_7)
TOTAL%
0) No26333.6
1) Yes52066.4
Missing634 
TOTAL783100.0
428) [Wave 2] [IF WJ=1 OR 2, ASK NE_14; ELSE GOTO NE_15] Which of these, if any, are coworkers? All (NE_14_8)
TOTAL%
0) No74898.4
1) Yes121.6
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
429) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 1 (NE_15_1)
TOTAL%
0) No86465.8
1) Yes45034.2
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
430) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 2 (NE_15_2)
TOTAL%
0) No83066.6
1) Yes41733.4
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
431) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 3 (NE_15_3)
TOTAL%
0) No75367.2
1) Yes36832.8
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
432) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 4 (NE_15_4)
TOTAL%
0) No65368.4
1) Yes30131.6
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
433) [wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 5 (NE_15_5)
TOTAL%
0) No29556.5
1) Yes22743.5
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
434) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? Name 6 (NE_15_6)
TOTAL%
0) No27958.1
1) Yes20141.9
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
435) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? None (NE_15_7)
TOTAL%
0) No112085.2
1) Yes19414.8
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
436) [Wave 2] Which of these live within a 20-minute drive of your home? All (NE_15_8)
TOTAL%
0) No98978.0
1) Yes27922.0
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
437) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 1 (NE_16_1)
TOTAL%
0) No92370.2
1) Yes39129.8
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
438) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 2 (NE_16_2)
TOTAL%
0) No90472.5
1) Yes34327.5
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
439) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 3 (NE_16_3)
TOTAL%
0) No76167.9
1) Yes36032.1
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
440) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 4 (NE_16_4)
TOTAL%
0) No66669.8
1) Yes28830.2
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
441) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 5 (NE_16_5)
TOTAL%
0) No37571.8
1) Yes14728.2
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
442) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? Name 6 (NE_16_6)
TOTAL%
0) No31766.0
1) Yes16334.0
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
443) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? None (NE_16_7)
TOTAL%
0) No97474.1
1) Yes34025.9
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
444) [Wave 2] Which have a four-year college degree or more in education? All (NE_16_8)
TOTAL%
0) No112088.3
1) Yes14811.7
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
445) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 1 (NE_17_1)
TOTAL%
0) No53468.6
1) Yes24431.4
Missing639 
TOTAL778100.0
446) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 2 (NE_17_2)
TOTAL%
0) No52569.4
1) Yes23230.6
Missing660 
TOTAL757100.0
447) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 3 (NE_17_3)
TOTAL%
0) No45571.9
1) Yes17828.1
Missing784 
TOTAL633100.0
448) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 4 (NE_17_4)
TOTAL%
0) No38569.6
1) Yes16830.4
Missing864 
TOTAL553100.0
449) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 5 (NE_17_5)
TOTAL%
0) No22771.2
1) Yes9228.8
Missing1098 
TOTAL319100.0
450) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? Name 6 (NE_17_6)
TOTAL%
0) No18871.2
1) Yes7628.8
Missing1153 
TOTAL264100.0
451) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? None (NE_17_7)
TOTAL%
0) No107296.3
1) Yes413.7
Missing304 
TOTAL1113100.0
452) [Wave 2] Which have graduated from high school? All (NE_17_8)
TOTAL%
0) No36440.0
1) Yes54560.0
Missing508 
TOTAL909100.0
453) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 1 (NE_18_1)
TOTAL%
0) No70053.3
1) Yes61446.7
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
454) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 2 (NE_18_2)
TOTAL%
0) No79864.0
1) Yes44936.0
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
455) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 3 (NE_18_3)
TOTAL%
0) No75467.3
1) Yes36732.7
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
456) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 4 (NE_18_4)
TOTAL%
0) No66169.3
1) Yes29330.7
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
457) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 5 (NE_18_5)
TOTAL%
0) No34766.5
1) Yes17533.5
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
458) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? Name 6 (NE_18_6)
TOTAL%
0) No33569.8
1) Yes14530.2
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
459) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? None (NE_18_7)
TOTAL%
0) No117189.1
1) Yes14310.9
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
460) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a week or more? All (NE_18_8)
TOTAL%
0) No100879.5
1) Yes26020.5
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
461) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 1 (NE_19_1)
TOTAL%
0) No29064.9
1) Yes15735.1
Missing970 
TOTAL447100.0
462) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 2 (NE_19_2)
TOTAL%
0) No34964.4
1) Yes19335.6
Missing875 
TOTAL542100.0
463) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 3 (NE_19_3)
TOTAL%
0) No35266.0
1) Yes18134.0
Missing884 
TOTAL533100.0
464) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 4 (NE_19_4)
TOTAL%
0) No30463.9
1) Yes17236.1
Missing941 
TOTAL476100.0
465) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 5 (NE_19_5)
TOTAL%
0) No15060.5
1) Yes9839.5
Missing1169 
TOTAL248100.0
466) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? Name 6 (NE_19_6)
TOTAL%
0) No15263.3
1) Yes8836.7
Missing1177 
TOTAL240100.0
467) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? None (NE_19_7)
TOTAL%
0) No74377.2
1) Yes22022.8
Missing454 
TOTAL963100.0
468) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with in person once a month or more? All (NE_19_8)
TOTAL%
0) No58477.9
1) Yes16622.1
Missing667 
TOTAL750100.0
469) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 1 (NE_20_1)
TOTAL%
0) No72855.4
1) Yes58644.6
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
470) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 2 (NE_20_2)
TOTAL%
0) No81765.5
1) Yes43034.5
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
471) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 3 (NE_20_3)
TOTAL%
0) No76167.9
1) Yes36032.1
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
472) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 4 (NE_20_4)
TOTAL%
0) No68071.3
1) Yes27428.7
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
473) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 5 (NE_20_5)
TOTAL%
0) No45086.2
1) Yes7213.8
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
474) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) Name 6 (NE_20_6)
TOTAL%
0) No42287.9
1) Yes5812.1
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
475) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) None (NE_20_7)
TOTAL%
0) No124895.0
1) Yes665.0
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
476) [Wave 2] Which do you interact with once a week or more in ways other than in person? (For example, on the phone, email, Facebook, and so on.) All (NE_20_8)
TOTAL%
0) No76760.5
1) Yes50139.5
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
477) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 1 (NE21Z5_1)
TOTAL%
0) No67951.7
1) Yes63548.3
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
478) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 2 (NE21Z5_2)
TOTAL%
0) No87670.2
1) Yes37129.8
Missing170 
TOTAL1247100.0
479) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 3 (NE21Z5_3)
TOTAL%
0) No83674.6
1) Yes28525.4
Missing296 
TOTAL1121100.0
480) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 4 (NE21Z5_4)
TOTAL%
0) No72475.9
1) Yes23024.1
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
481) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 5 (NE21Z5_5)
TOTAL%
0) No42280.8
1) Yes10019.2
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
482) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? Name 6 (NE21Z5_6)
TOTAL%
0) No41887.1
1) Yes6212.9
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
483) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? None (NE21Z5_7)
TOTAL%
0) No129398.4
1) Yes211.6
Missing103 
TOTAL1314100.0
484) [Wave 2] Which could you call on if you needed immediate help? All (NE21Z5_8)
TOTAL%
0) No81864.5
1) Yes45035.5
Missing149 
TOTAL1268100.0
485) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 1 (NE_22_1)
TOTAL%
0) No76057.9
1) Yes55342.1
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
486) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 2 (NE_22_2)
TOTAL%
0) No83066.6
1) Yes41633.4
Missing171 
TOTAL1246100.0
487) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 3 (NE_22_3)
TOTAL%
0) No79871.3
1) Yes32228.8
Missing297 
TOTAL1120100.0
488) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 4 (NE_22_4)
TOTAL%
0) No70173.6
1) Yes25226.4
Missing464 
TOTAL953100.0
489) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 5 (NE_22_5)
TOTAL%
0) No42180.7
1) Yes10119.3
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
490) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? Name 6 (NE_22_6)
TOTAL%
0) No41386.0
1) Yes6714.0
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
491) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? None (NE_22_7)
TOTAL%
0) No127697.2
1) Yes372.8
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
492) [Wave 2] Which have volunteered their time to help you in times of need in the past six years? All (NE_22_8)
TOTAL%
0) No66852.7
1) Yes59947.3
Missing150 
TOTAL1267100.0
493) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 1 (NE_24_1)
TOTAL%
0) No90468.8
1) Yes40931.2
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
494) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 2 (NE_24_2)
TOTAL%
0) No97177.9
1) Yes27522.1
Missing171 
TOTAL1246100.0
495) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 3 (NE_24_3)
TOTAL%
0) No94184.0
1) Yes17916.0
Missing297 
TOTAL1120100.0
496) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 4 (NE_24_4)
TOTAL%
0) No82186.1
1) Yes13213.9
Missing464 
TOTAL953100.0
497) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 5 (NE_24_5)
TOTAL%
0) No49294.3
1) Yes305.7
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
498) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? Name 6 (NE_24_6)
TOTAL%
0) No45995.6
1) Yes214.4
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
499) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? None (NE_24_7)
TOTAL%
0) No73956.3
1) Yes57443.7
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
500) [Wave 2] Which have ever helped you by giving you money or a loan? All (NE_24_8)
TOTAL%
0) No114290.1
1) Yes1259.9
Missing150 
TOTAL1267100.0
501) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 1 (NE_25_1)
TOTAL%
0) No119090.6
1) Yes1239.4
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
502) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 2 (NE_25_2)
TOTAL%
0) No116093.1
1) Yes866.9
Missing171 
TOTAL1246100.0
503) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 3 (NE_25_3)
TOTAL%
0) No102991.9
1) Yes918.1
Missing297 
TOTAL1120100.0
504) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 4 (NE_25_4)
TOTAL%
0) No89193.5
1) Yes626.5
Missing464 
TOTAL953100.0
505) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 5 (NE_25_5)
TOTAL%
0) No46488.9
1) Yes5811.1
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
506) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? Name 6 (NE_25_6)
TOTAL%
0) No44492.5
1) Yes367.5
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
507) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? None (NE_25_7)
TOTAL%
0) No34626.4
1) Yes96773.6
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
508) [Wave 2] Which are involved in political activities, such as attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests? All (NE_25_8)
TOTAL%
0) No124698.3
1) Yes211.7
Missing150 
TOTAL1267100.0
509) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 1 (NE_26_1)
TOTAL%
0) No121392.4
1) Yes1007.6
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
510) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 2 (NE_26_2)
TOTAL%
0) No117994.6
1) Yes675.4
Missing171 
TOTAL1246100.0
511) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 3 (NE_26_3)
TOTAL%
0) No105594.2
1) Yes655.8
Missing297 
TOTAL1120100.0
512) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 4 (NE_26_4)
TOTAL%
0) No91696.1
1) Yes373.9
Missing464 
TOTAL953100.0
513) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 5 (NE_26_5)
TOTAL%
0) No48993.7
1) Yes336.3
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
514) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) Name 6 (NE_26_6)
TOTAL%
0) No46296.3
1) Yes183.8
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
515) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) None (NE_26_7)
TOTAL%
0) No24818.9
1) Yes106581.1
Missing104 
TOTAL1313100.0
516) [Wave 2] Which have encouraged you to get involved in politics? (Examples include: attending political rallies or meetings, contacting elected officials, or participating in protests.) All (NE_26_8)
TOTAL%
0) No124698.3
1) Yes211.7
Missing150 
TOTAL1267100.0
517) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 1 (NE_27_1)
TOTAL%
0) No110484.1
1) Yes20815.9
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
518) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 2 (NE_27_2)
TOTAL%
0) No110588.8
1) Yes14011.2
Missing172 
TOTAL1245100.0
519) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 3 (NE_27_3)
TOTAL%
0) No99488.8
1) Yes12511.2
Missing298 
TOTAL1119100.0
520) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 4 (NE_27_4)
TOTAL%
0) No85089.3
1) Yes10210.7
Missing465 
TOTAL952100.0
521) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 5 (NE_27_5)
TOTAL%
0) No43583.3
1) Yes8716.7
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
522) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? Name 6 (NE_27_6)
TOTAL%
0) No43690.8
1) Yes449.2
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
523) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? None (NE_27_7)
TOTAL%
0) No54141.2
1) Yes77158.8
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
524) [Wave 2] [IF CA_1=1, FILL 'outside of your congregation'] Which have encouraged you to do volunteer work outside of your congregation? All (NE_27_8)
TOTAL%
0) No117793.0
1) Yes897.0
Missing151 
TOTAL1266100.0
525) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? Name 1 (NE_28_1)
TOTAL%
0) No35666.2
1) Yes18233.8
Missing879 
TOTAL538100.0
526) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? Name 2 (NE_28_2)
TOTAL%
0) No37974.2
1) Yes13225.8
Missing906 
TOTAL511100.0
527) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? Name 3 (NE_28_3)
TOTAL%
0) No33472.0
1) Yes13028.0
Missing953 
TOTAL464100.0
528) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? Name 4 (NE_28_4)
TOTAL%
0) No28776.7
1) Yes8723.3
Missing1043 
TOTAL374100.0
529) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? None (NE_28_7)
TOTAL%
0) No43380.5
1) Yes10519.5
Missing879 
TOTAL538100.0
530) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of these shares your religious faith? All (NE_28_8)
TOTAL%
0) No36371.0
1) Yes14829.0
Missing906 
TOTAL511100.0
531) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? Name 1 (NE_29_1)
TOTAL%
0) No16176.7
1) Yes4923.3
Missing1207 
TOTAL210100.0
532) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? Name 2 (NE_29_2)
TOTAL%
0) No17877.1
1) Yes5322.9
Missing1186 
TOTAL231100.0
533) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? Name 3 (NE_29_3)
TOTAL%
0) No14470.9
1) Yes5929.1
Missing1214 
TOTAL203100.0
534) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? Name 4 (NE_29_4)
TOTAL%
0) No13473.6
1) Yes4826.4
Missing1235 
TOTAL182100.0
535) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? None (NE_29_7)
TOTAL%
0) No18251.6
1) Yes17148.4
Missing1064 
TOTAL353100.0
536) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which of the remaining people to whom you feel close are not religious? All (NE_29_8)
TOTAL%
0) No21889.3
1) Yes2610.7
Missing1173 
TOTAL244100.0
537) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? Name 1 (NE29Z5_1)
TOTAL%
0) No8272.6
1) Yes3127.4
Missing1304 
TOTAL113100.0
538) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? Name 2 (NE29Z5_2)
TOTAL%
0) No8862.9
1) Yes5237.1
Missing1277 
TOTAL140100.0
539) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? Name 3 (NE29Z5_3)
TOTAL%
0) No8175.0
1) Yes2725.0
Missing1309 
TOTAL108100.0
540) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? Name 4 (NE29Z5_4)
TOTAL%
0) No7370.2
1) Yes3129.8
Missing1313 
TOTAL104100.0
541) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? None (NE29Z5_7)
TOTAL%
0) No11549.8
1) Yes11650.2
Missing1186 
TOTAL231100.0
542) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Catholic? All (NE29Z5_8)
TOTAL%
0) No12392.5
1) Yes107.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL133100.0
543) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? Name 1 (NE_31_1)
TOTAL%
0) No5259.1
1) Yes3640.9
Missing1329 
TOTAL88100.0
544) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? Name 2 (NE_31_2)
TOTAL%
0) No5155.4
1) Yes4144.6
Missing1325 
TOTAL92100.0
545) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? Name 3 (NE_31_3)
TOTAL%
0) No4559.2
1) Yes3140.8
Missing1341 
TOTAL76100.0
546) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? Name 4 (NE_31_4)
TOTAL%
0) No3957.4
1) Yes2942.6
Missing1349 
TOTAL68100.0
547) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? None (NE_31_7)
TOTAL%
0) No14280.2
1) Yes3519.8
Missing1240 
TOTAL177100.0
548) [Wave 2] [Respondent does not attend or is unaffiliated] Which are Christian but not Catholic? All (NE_31_8)
TOTAL%
0) No6062.5
1) Yes3637.5
Missing1321 
TOTAL96100.0
549) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 1 (NE31Z5_1)
TOTAL%
0) No98975.4
1) Yes32324.6
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
550) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 2 (NE31Z5_2)
TOTAL%
0) No97678.4
1) Yes26921.6
Missing172 
TOTAL1245100.0
551) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 3 (NE31Z5_3)
TOTAL%
0) No88579.1
1) Yes23420.9
Missing298 
TOTAL1119100.0
552) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 4 (NE31Z5_4)
TOTAL%
0) No75279.0
1) Yes20021.0
Missing465 
TOTAL952100.0
553) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 5 (NE31Z5_5)
TOTAL%
0) No26651.0
1) Yes25649.0
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
554) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? Name 6 (NE31Z5_6)
TOTAL%
0) No25352.7
1) Yes22747.3
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
555) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? None (NE31Z5_7)
TOTAL%
0) No93271.0
1) Yes38029.0
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
556) [Wave 2] Which are very religious? All (NE31Z5_8)
TOTAL%
0) No109786.7
1) Yes16913.3
Missing151 
TOTAL1266100.0
557) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 1 (NE_32_1)
TOTAL%
0) No95772.9
1) Yes35527.1
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
558) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 2 (NE_32_2)
TOTAL%
0) No98078.7
1) Yes26521.3
Missing172 
TOTAL1245100.0
559) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 3 (NE_32_3)
TOTAL%
0) No90180.5
1) Yes21819.5
Missing298 
TOTAL1119100.0
560) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 4 (NE_32_4)
TOTAL%
0) No76380.1
1) Yes18919.9
Missing465 
TOTAL952100.0
561) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 5 (NE_32_5)
TOTAL%
0) No34365.7
1) Yes17934.3
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
562) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? Name 6 (NE_32_6)
TOTAL%
0) No32868.3
1) Yes15231.7
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
563) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? None (NE_32_7)
TOTAL%
0) No101477.3
1) Yes29822.7
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
564) [Wave 2] Which have views on spiritual or religious matters that are conservative or traditional? All (NE_32_8)
TOTAL%
0) No98377.6
1) Yes28322.4
Missing151 
TOTAL1266100.0
565) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 1 (NE_35_1)
TOTAL%
0) No89268.0
1) Yes42032.0
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
566) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 2 (NE_35_2)
TOTAL%
0) No94175.6
1) Yes30424.4
Missing172 
TOTAL1245100.0
567) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 3 (NE_35_3)
TOTAL%
0) No87778.4
1) Yes24221.6
Missing298 
TOTAL1119100.0
568) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 4 (NE_35_4)
TOTAL%
0) No77381.2
1) Yes17918.8
Missing465 
TOTAL952100.0
569) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 5 (NE_35_5)
TOTAL%
0) No38373.4
1) Yes13926.6
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
570) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? Name 6 (NE_35_6)
TOTAL%
0) No37277.5
1) Yes10822.5
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
571) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? None (NE_35_7)
TOTAL%
0) No101277.1
1) Yes30022.9
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
572) [Wave 2] With which have you discussed religious or spiritual matters in the past 12 months? All (NE_35_8)
TOTAL%
0) No91472.2
1) Yes35227.8
Missing151 
TOTAL1266100.0
573) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 1 (NE_37_1)
TOTAL%
0) No122893.6
1) Yes846.4
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
574) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 2 (NE_37_2)
TOTAL%
0) No115392.6
1) Yes927.4
Missing172 
TOTAL1245100.0
575) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 3 (NE_37_3)
TOTAL%
0) No103992.9
1) Yes807.1
Missing298 
TOTAL1119100.0
576) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 4 (NE_37_4)
TOTAL%
0) No86290.5
1) Yes909.5
Missing465 
TOTAL952100.0
577) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 5 (NE_37_5)
TOTAL%
0) No47891.6
1) Yes448.4
Missing895 
TOTAL522100.0
578) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? Name 6 (NE_37_6)
TOTAL%
0) No43189.8
1) Yes4910.2
Missing937 
TOTAL480100.0
579) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? None (NE_37_7)
TOTAL%
0) No29822.7
1) Yes101477.3
Missing105 
TOTAL1312100.0
580) [Wave 2] Which of these are of a different race than you? All (NE_37_8)
TOTAL%
0) No123197.2
1) Yes352.8
Missing151 
TOTAL1266100.0
581) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #1] (NE_38_1)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo5243.7
2) Black/African American1714.3
3) Hispanic/Latino/a1512.6
4) Asian/Asian American1512.6
5) Pacific Islander10.8
6) American Indian/Native American21.7
7) Mixed65.0
8) Other119.2
Missing1298 
TOTAL119100.0
582) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #2] (NE_38_2)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo5845.7
2) Black/African American2015.7
3) Hispanic/Latino/a1612.6
4) Asian/Asian American86.3
5) Pacific Islander21.6
7) Mixed129.4
8) Other118.7
Missing1290 
TOTAL127100.0
583) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #3] (NE_38_3)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo4138.0
2) Black/African American1614.8
3) Hispanic/Latino/a1513.9
4) Asian/Asian American87.4
5) Pacific Islander21.9
6) American Indian/Native American21.9
7) Mixed1312.0
8) Other1110.2
Missing1309 
TOTAL108100.0
584) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #4] (NE_38_4)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo4743.1
2) Black/African American1513.8
3) Hispanic/Latino/a2018.3
4) Asian/Asian American1110.1
6) American Indian/Native American21.8
7) Mixed65.5
8) Other87.3
Missing1308 
TOTAL109100.0
585) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #5] (NE_38_5)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo2649.1
2) Black/African American917.0
3) Hispanic/Latino/a815.1
4) Asian/Asian American47.5
6) American Indian/Native American11.9
7) Mixed11.9
8) Other47.5
Missing1364 
TOTAL53100.0
586) [Wave 2] What is the race of [Person #6] (NE_38_6)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo2950.9
2) Black/African American1119.3
3) Hispanic/Latino/a58.8
4) Asian/Asian American47.0
5) Pacific Islander11.8
6) American Indian/Native American23.5
8) Other58.8
Missing1360 
TOTAL57100.0
587) [Wave 2] In the 2006 interview you mentioned as close friends Fill.NE_2a/2006, Fill.NE_3a/2006, Fill.NE_4a/2006, Fill.NE_5a/2006, Fill.NE_10a/2006, and Fill.NE_11a/2006. Which, if any, of the persons you named for this interview, is the same person as [Person #1, 2006]? (NE_45)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_232928.4
2) Person #2, NE_313511.6
3) Person #3, NE_4867.4
4) Person #4, NE_5464.0
5) Person #5, NE_1090.8
6) Person #6, NE_1160.5
7) None54847.3
Missing258 
TOTAL1159100.0
588) [Wave 2] Which, if any, of the persons you named this time, is the same person as [Person #2, 2006]? (NE_46)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_214913.2
2) Person #2, NE_317715.7
3) Person #3, NE_4897.9
4) Person #4, NE_5443.9
5) Person #5, NE_10141.2
6) Person #6, NE_1160.5
7) None64857.5
Missing290 
TOTAL1127100.0
589) [Wave 2] Which, if any, of the persons you named this time, is the same person as [Person #3, 2006]? (NE_47)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_2747.0
2) Person #2, NE_3918.6
3) Person #3, NE_410610.0
4) Person #4, NE_5676.3
5) Person #5, NE_10131.2
6) Person #6, NE_1160.6
7) None70766.4
Missing353 
TOTAL1064100.0
590) [Wave 2] Which, if any, of the persons you named this time, is the same person as [Person #4, 2006]? (NE_48)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_2495.1
2) Person #2, NE_3606.2
3) Person #3, NE_4677.0
4) Person #4, NE_5727.5
5) Person #5, NE_1070.7
6) Person #6, NE_11111.1
7) None69572.3
Missing456 
TOTAL961100.0
591) [Wave 2] Which, if any, of the persons you named this time, is the same person as [Person #5, 2006]? (NE_49)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_230.7
2) Person #2, NE_351.2
3) Person #3, NE_4102.4
4) Person #4, NE_5112.6
5) Person #5, NE_10317.3
6) Person #6, NE_11112.6
7) None35483.3
Missing992 
TOTAL425100.0
592) [Wave 2] Which, if any, of the persons you named this time, is the same person as [Person #6, 2006]? (NE_50)
TOTAL%
1) Person #1, NE_261.5
2) Person #2, NE_341.0
3) Person #3, NE_430.8
4) Person #4, NE_561.5
5) Person #5, NE_10133.3
6) Person #6, NE_11143.6
7) None34788.3
Missing1024 
TOTAL393100.0
593) [Wave 2] Now, think about conversations you have had with different types of people in the past 12 months. [IF NE_1=1-12]: Do not count the people you just told [me/us] about.] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is Muslim? (IC_6)
TOTAL%
1) Never87962.8
2) Less than monthly30121.5
3) One to three times a month976.9
4) Once a week362.6
5) A few times a week543.9
6) Every day332.4
Missing17 
TOTAL1400100.0
594) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is Catholic? (IC_7)
TOTAL%
1) Never22916.4
2) Less than monthly23016.5
3) One to three times a month23316.7
4) Once a week17412.5
5) A few times a week23216.6
6) Every day29821.3
Missing21 
TOTAL1396100.0
595) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is an evangelical or fundamentalist Christian? (IC_8)
TOTAL%
1) Never50836.9
2) Less than monthly29321.3
3) One to three times a month18313.3
4) Once a week1188.6
5) A few times a week16111.7
6) Every day1158.3
Missing39 
TOTAL1378100.0
596) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: does not believe that God exists? (IC_9)
TOTAL%
1) Never69950.4
2) Less than monthly28120.2
3) One to three times a month1279.1
4) Once a week755.4
5) A few times a week926.6
6) Every day1148.2
Missing29 
TOTAL1388100.0
597) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is gay or lesbian? (IC_10)
TOTAL%
1) Never37627.0
2) Less than monthly36426.1
3) One to three times a month23116.6
4) Once a week1107.9
5) A few times a week17512.5
6) Every day13910.0
Missing22 
TOTAL1395100.0
598) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is white, not of Hispanic origin? (IC_11)
TOTAL%
1) Never538.3
2) Less than monthly386.0
3) One to three times a month639.9
4) Once a week548.5
5) A few times a week13621.3
6) Every day29446.1
Missing779 
TOTAL638100.0
599) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is black? (IC_12)
TOTAL%
1) Never12110.9
2) Less than monthly21319.2
3) One to three times a month18516.7
4) Once a week11610.4
5) A few times a week25022.5
6) Every day22620.3
Missing306 
TOTAL1111100.0
600) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is Asian? (IC_13)
TOTAL%
1) Never33426.0
2) Less than monthly29623.0
3) One to three times a month20015.5
4) Once a week1068.2
5) A few times a week18314.2
6) Every day16813.1
Missing130 
TOTAL1287100.0
601) [Wave 2] How often do you have a conversation with someone who, as far as you know: is Hispanic? (IC_14)
TOTAL%
1) Never17915.2
2) Less than monthly20617.5
3) One to three times a month18215.5
4) Once a week1139.6
5) A few times a week23520.0
6) Every day26022.1
Missing242 
TOTAL1175100.0
602) [Wave 2] These next several questions are about your political views and activities. When it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as...? (PO_1)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal14810.6
2) Somewhat liberal23116.6
3) Middle of the road34324.6
4) Somewhat conservative24617.6
5) Very conservative or14110.1
6) Haven't you thought much about this?28520.4
Missing23 
TOTAL1394100.0
603) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: signed a petition? (PO_2_1)
TOTAL%
0) No94267.1
1) Yes46232.9
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
604) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: worked for a political candidate or party? (PO_2_2)
TOTAL%
0) No136697.3
1) Yes382.7
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
605) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: contacted a public official? (PO_2_3)
TOTAL%
0) No120285.6
1) Yes20214.4
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
606) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: attempted to persuade someone to vote for a particular candidate or party? (PO_2_4)
TOTAL%
0) No116182.7
1) Yes24317.3
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
607) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: attended a political meeting or rally? (PO_2_5)
TOTAL%
0) No132194.1
1) Yes835.9
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
608) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: gave money to a political party, group, or candidate? (PO_2_6)
TOTAL%
0) No126089.7
1) Yes14410.3
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
609) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: worked for a religious organization that is primarily involved in political issues or causes? (PO_2_7)
TOTAL%
0) No138198.4
1) Yes231.6
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
610) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: participated in a demonstration or protest? (PO_2_8)
TOTAL%
0) No136397.1
1) Yes412.9
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
611) [Wave 2] Here is a list of political activities. Have you done any of these in the past 12 months: none? (PO_2_9)
TOTAL%
0) No64045.6
1) Yes76454.4
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
612) [Wave 2] Were any of the demonstrations or protests you participated in related to immigration issues, or not? (PO_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes819.5
2) No3380.5
Missing1376 
TOTAL41100.0
613) [Wave 2] Did you vote in the last presidential election, that is, in 2008? (PO_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes103573.9
2) No36626.1
Missing16 
TOTAL1401100.0
614) [Wave 2] Did you vote for John McCain, Barack Obama, or someone else? (PO_5)
TOTAL%
1) McCain31630.9
2) Obama67666.1
3) Someone else302.9
Missing395 
TOTAL1022100.0
615) [Wave 2] In politics, do you usually think of yourself as a Democrat, a Republican or an Independent? (PO_6)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat64946.6
2) Republican30922.2
3) Independent36626.3
4) Something else705.0
Missing23 
TOTAL1394100.0
616) [Wave 2] Are you a strong Democrat or a not so strong Democrat? (PO_7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong36556.4
2) Not so strong28243.6
Missing770 
TOTAL647100.0
617) [Wave 2] Are you a strong Republican or a not so strong Republican? (PO_8)
TOTAL%
1) Strong13744.5
2) Not so strong17155.5
Missing1109 
TOTAL308100.0
618) [Wave 2] Do you lean toward the Democrats, or toward the Republicans? (PO_9)
TOTAL%
1) Lean Democratic14132.0
2) Lean Republican8619.5
3) Neither21348.4
Missing977 
TOTAL440100.0
619) [Wave 2] Do you support or oppose conservative Christian groups active in politics, such as the Christian Coalition, American Family Association, or Focus on the Family? (PO_10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly oppose27419.7
2) Somewhat oppose15611.2
3) Neither support or oppose67848.7
4) Somewhat support17512.6
5) Strongly support1107.9
Missing24 
TOTAL1393100.0
620) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, have you done any volunteer work - that is, work for a nonprofit, charitable organization, school or group for which you did not receive pay? (VO_1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54939.1
2) No85460.9
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
621) [Wave 2] In a typical month do your volunteering activities take up more than one hour of your time? (VO_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35965.4
2) No19034.6
Missing868 
TOTAL549100.0
622) [Wave 2] About how many hours in a typical week do your volunteering activities take up? (VO_2A_1)
TOTAL%
0) 51.4
1) 5916.5
2) 9727.1
3) 4011.2
4) 3910.9
5) 328.9
6) 123.4
7) 51.4
8) 205.6
10) 185.0
12) 41.1
15) 61.7
16) 51.4
20) 102.8
30) 10.3
32) 10.3
40) 10.3
45) 10.3
72) 10.3
80) 10.3
Missing1059 
TOTAL358100.0
623) [Wave 2] About what percent of your volunteering in the past 12 months was for a religious organization or group? (VO_3)
TOTAL%
1) Zero31156.9
2) One-10 percent5810.6
3) 11-20 percent183.3
4) 21-30 percent234.2
5) 31-40 percent91.6
6) 41-50 percent173.1
7) 51-60 percent122.2
8) 61-70 percent81.5
9) 71-80 percent173.1
10) 81-90 percent203.7
11) 91-100 percent549.9
Missing870 
TOTAL547100.0
624) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: close family (such as parents, siblings, and adult children)? (VO_4_1)
TOTAL%
0) No58741.8
1) Yes81658.2
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
625) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: other family and friends? (VO_4_2)
TOTAL%
0) No92666.0
1) Yes47734.0
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
626) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: neighbors? (VO_4_3)
TOTAL%
0) No128591.6
1) Yes1188.4
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
627) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: people in your congregation who are not family or friends? (VO_4_4)
TOTAL%
0) No65078.7
1) Yes17621.3
Missing591 
TOTAL826100.0
628) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: strangers? (VO_4_5)
TOTAL%
0) No92766.1
1) Yes47633.9
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
629) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you given money: none? (VO_4_6)
TOTAL%
0) No110778.9
1) Yes29621.1
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
630) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: close family (such as parents, siblings, and adult children)? (VO_6_1)
TOTAL%
0) No34724.7
1) Yes105675.3
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
631) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: other family and friends? (VO_6_2)
TOTAL%
0) No50736.1
1) Yes89663.9
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
632) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: neighbors? (VO_6_3)
TOTAL%
0) No87762.5
1) Yes52637.5
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
633) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: people in your congregation who are not family or friends? (VO_6_4)
TOTAL%
0) No57569.6
1) Yes25130.4
Missing591 
TOTAL826100.0
634) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: strangers? (VO_6_5)
TOTAL%
0) No107176.3
1) Yes33223.7
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
635) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, for which people, if any, have you helped directly by giving some of your time: none? (VO_6_6)
TOTAL%
0) No129992.6
1) Yes1047.4
Missing14 
TOTAL1403100.0
636) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Close family (such as parents, siblings, and adult children) (VO_7Z1A)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust101572.4
2) Somewhat trust32923.5
3) Somewhat do not trust342.4
4) Completely do not trust231.6
Missing16 
TOTAL1401100.0
637) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Other family and friends (VO_7Z1B)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust59442.4
2) Somewhat trust70350.2
3) Somewhat do not trust725.1
4) Completely do not trust322.3
Missing16 
TOTAL1401100.0
638) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Neighbors (VO_7Z1C)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust21315.2
2) Somewhat trust82759.2
3) Somewhat do not trust22716.2
4) Completely do not trust1309.3
Missing20 
TOTAL1397100.0
639) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? People in your congregation who are not family or friends (VO_7Z1D)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust16820.6
2) Somewhat trust52364.3
3) Somewhat do not trust779.5
4) Completely do not trust465.7
Missing603 
TOTAL814100.0
640) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Strangers (VO_7Z1E)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust130.9
2) Somewhat trust32323.2
3) Somewhat do not trust53838.6
4) Completely do not trust51937.3
Missing24 
TOTAL1393100.0
641) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Federal government (VO_7Z1F)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust473.4
2) Somewhat trust53738.9
3) Somewhat do not trust45432.9
4) Completely do not trust34424.9
Missing35 
TOTAL1382100.0
642) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, which people, if any, have you been able to trust? Scientists (VO_7Z1G)
TOTAL%
1) Completely trust1158.3
2) Somewhat trust86362.6
3) Somewhat do not trust29021.0
4) Completely do not trust1118.0
Missing38 
TOTAL1379100.0
643) [Wave 2] Do you believe that each of the following is morally wrong or not a moral issue? Having an abortion when the fetus is old enough to survive on its own outside the mother's womb (MA_1)
TOTAL%
1) Always morally wrong67848.8
2) Usually morally wrong30221.7
3) Sometimes morally wrong22216.0
4) Never morally wrong141.0
5) Not a moral issue1158.3
6) (VOL) Decide on case by case basis60.4
7) Other523.7
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
644) [Wave 2] Using genetic engineering, that is, changing a person's DNA or genes, to create a baby that is smarter, stronger or better looking (MA_4)
TOTAL%
1) Always morally wrong74353.5
2) Usually morally wrong20714.9
3) Sometimes morally wrong19614.1
4) Never morally wrong352.5
5) Not a moral issue17612.7
6) (VOL) Decide on case by case basis20.1
7) Other292.1
Missing29 
TOTAL1388100.0
645) [Wave 2] Do you personally believe that abortion should be legal under...? (MA_9)
TOTAL%
1) Almost all circumstances24517.6
2) Most circumstances18313.1
3) Some circumstances36626.3
4) Only extreme circumstances35825.7
5) Under no circumstances20114.4
6) (VOL) Decide on case by case basis130.9
7) Other271.9
Missing24 
TOTAL1393100.0
646) [Wave 2] For you personally, do you believe that what is morally right or wrong should be…? (MA_11)
TOTAL%
1) Based on God's law59042.4
2) Decided by society956.8
3) A matter of personal conscience70750.8
Missing25 
TOTAL1392100.0
647) [Wave 2] How important is religion or religious faith to you personally? (RM_1)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important20214.4
2) Somewhat important38727.7
3) Very important31322.4
4) Extremely important23016.5
5) By far the most important part of your life26619.0
Missing19 
TOTAL1398100.0
648) [Wave 2] How important is God or spirituality in your life? (RM_2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important14510.4
2) Somewhat important31122.2
3) Very important30421.7
4) Extremely important26118.7
5) By far the most important part of your life37827.0
Missing18 
TOTAL1399100.0
649) [Wave 2] Thinking about your spouse or partner, how important would you say religion or religious faith is to him or her personally? (RM_3)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important10914.4
2) Somewhat important22029.0
3) Very important17523.1
4) Extremely important12115.9
5) By far the most important part of your life13417.7
Missing658 
TOTAL759100.0
650) [Wave 2] I definitely believe in God (RA_1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree103874.2
2) Somewhat agree14310.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree795.7
4) Somewhat disagree503.6
5) Strongly disagree886.3
Missing19 
TOTAL1398100.0
651) [Wave 2] It doesn't much matter what I believe so long as I am a good person (RA_3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree51136.6
2) Somewhat agree25318.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree14110.1
4) Somewhat disagree14710.5
5) Strongly disagree34324.6
Missing22 
TOTAL1395100.0
652) [Wave 2] The founder of Islam, Muhammad, was the holy prophet of God (RA_5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree715.2
2) Somewhat agree936.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree63246.6
4) Somewhat disagree816.0
5) Strongly disagree47935.3
Missing61 
TOTAL1356100.0
653) [Wave 2] Jesus Christ physically rose from the dead (RA_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree82059.1
2) Somewhat agree14310.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree26218.9
4) Somewhat disagree413.0
5) Strongly disagree1218.7
Missing30 
TOTAL1387100.0
654) [Wave 2] I have experienced a supernatural miracle, an event that could not have happened without the intervention of God or a spiritual force (RA_6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree50936.7
2) Somewhat agree19213.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree30121.7
4) Somewhat disagree876.3
5) Strongly disagree29721.4
Missing31 
TOTAL1386100.0
655) [Wave 2] I have experienced or witnessed a divine healing of an illness or injury (RA_6Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree36726.4
2) Somewhat agree15811.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree35525.6
4) Somewhat disagree1107.9
5) Strongly disagree39928.7
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
656) [Wave 2] An angel has directly helped me in a time of need (RA_7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree41129.7
2) Somewhat agree22316.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree37326.9
4) Somewhat disagree745.3
5) Strongly disagree30522.0
Missing31 
TOTAL1386100.0
657) [Wave 2] The Devil, demons or evil spirits exist (RA_8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree68749.4
2) Somewhat agree22916.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree21315.3
4) Somewhat disagree664.7
5) Strongly disagree19614.1
Missing26 
TOTAL1391100.0
658) [Wave 2] I believe in reincarnation, that people have lived previous lives (RA_9)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree15010.8
2) Somewhat agree22816.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree36326.2
4) Somewhat disagree13810.0
5) Strongly disagree50636.5
Missing32 
TOTAL1385100.0
659) [Wave 2] I believe in Heaven where people live with God forever (RA_11)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree81158.3
2) Somewhat agree20114.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree20214.5
4) Somewhat disagree523.7
5) Strongly disagree1259.0
Missing26 
TOTAL1391100.0
660) [Wave 2] I believe there is a Hell where people experience pain as punishment for their sin (RA_12)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree58041.8
2) Somewhat agree24217.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree23316.8
4) Somewhat disagree1017.3
5) Strongly disagree23016.6
Missing31 
TOTAL1386100.0
661) [Wave 2] [ASK ARH_1 IF LV_1=1 or 2. ELSE SKIP TO ARH_8] Thinking about your relationship with your spouse/partner in the past year, how often would you say that your spouse/partner expresses affection or love for you? (ARH_1)
TOTAL%
1) Never81.1
2) Rarely293.8
3) About once a month273.6
4) A few times a month668.7
5) More than once a week10714.1
6) About every day52368.8
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
662) [Wave 2] Thinking about your relationship with your spouse/partner in the past year, how often would you say that your spouse/partner compliments you for the work you do around the house or as a parent? (ARH_2)
TOTAL%
1) Never212.8
2) Rarely8711.4
3) About once a month709.2
4) A few times a month12816.8
5) More than once a week24231.8
6) About every day21227.9
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
663) [Wave 2] Thinking about your relationship with your spouse/partner in the past year, how often would you say that your spouse/partner performs small acts of kindness for you (for example, making you coffee in the morning)? (ARH_3)
TOTAL%
1) Never111.4
2) Rarely364.7
3) About once a month435.7
4) A few times a month9812.9
5) More than once a week23030.3
6) About every day34245.0
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
664) [Wave 2] Thinking about your relationship with your spouse/partner in the past year, how often would you say that your spouse/partner insults or harshly criticizes you? (ARH_4)
TOTAL%
1) Never20927.5
2) Rarely30540.1
3) About once a month8110.7
4) A few times a month9312.2
5) More than once a week547.1
6) About every day182.4
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
665) [Wave 2] In the past year, how often would you say you and your spouse/partner pray together, not including before meals and at religious services? (ARH_6)
TOTAL%
1) Never32142.4
2) Rarely20226.7
3) About once a month405.3
4) A few times a month658.6
5) More than once a week567.4
6) About every day739.6
Missing660 
TOTAL757100.0
666) [Wave 2] How often do you communicate with your child or children, whether in person or through other means? (ARH_8)
TOTAL%
1) Never80.8
2) Rarely191.9
3) About once a month171.7
4) A few times a month626.1
5) More than once a week19419.2
6) About every day71170.3
Missing406 
TOTAL1011100.0
667) [Wave 2] How often do you eat at the table with your child or children? (ARH_9)
TOTAL%
1) Never585.7
2) Rarely18718.5
3) About once a month10410.3
4) A few times a month14013.9
5) More than once a week15215.0
6) About every day36936.5
Missing407 
TOTAL1010100.0
668) [Wave 2] How often do you yell at your child or children? (ARH_10)
TOTAL%
1) Never32432.0
2) Rarely31431.1
3) About once a month575.6
4) A few times a month10510.4
5) More than once a week13513.4
6) About every day767.5
Missing406 
TOTAL1011100.0
669) [Wave 2] Overall, how close do you feel to your children? (ARH_12)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close111.1
2) A little close272.7
3) Fairly close999.8
4) Very close27126.8
5) Extremely close60459.7
Missing405 
TOTAL1012100.0
670) [Wave 2] All things considered, how would you describe your marriage/relationship? Would you say it is: (ARQ_1)
TOTAL%
1) Completely unhappy111.4
2) Mostly unhappy162.1
3) Somewhat unhappy233.0
4) Neither happy nor unhappy222.9
5) Somewhat happy7810.3
6) Mostly happy32342.5
7) Completely happy28737.8
Missing657 
TOTAL760100.0
671) [Wave 2] How satisfied are you with the love and affection you receive from your [spouse/partner]? (ARQ_2)
TOTAL%
1) Completely dissatisfied243.2
2) Somewhat dissatisfied597.8
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied405.3
4) Somewhat satisfied25934.1
5) Completely satisfied37749.7
Missing658 
TOTAL759100.0
672) [Wave 2] The next few questions are about crime. In the past 12 months, have you been the victim of any type of crime? (ADV_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes17412.5
2) No122087.5
Missing23 
TOTAL1394100.0
673) [Wave 2] Did you report the crime to the police? (ADV_4A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10258.6
2) No7241.4
Missing1243 
TOTAL174100.0
674) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, have any crimes occurred in your neighborhood community that you were aware of? (ADV_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63045.3
2) No76054.7
Missing27 
TOTAL1390100.0
675) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, have you reported any crimes to the police that occurred in your neighborhood community? (ADV_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13922.1
2) No49177.9
Missing787 
TOTAL630100.0
676) [Wave 2] If you feel you have been treated unfairly, do you usually accept it as a fact of life, or try to do something about it? (RE_12Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Accept it as a fact of life40429.1
2) Try to do something about it98270.9
Missing31 
TOTAL1386100.0
677) [Wave 2] If you have been treated unfairly, do you usually: (RE_12Z6)
TOTAL%
1) Talk to other people about it115382.9
2) Keep it to yourself23817.1
Missing26 
TOTAL1391100.0
678) [Wave 2] Can you think of any occasion in the past six years, that you felt you were treated unfairly because of your race? (RE_13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes37126.6
2) No102273.4
Missing24 
TOTAL1393100.0
679) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: at a store? (RE_14_1)
TOTAL%
0) No18650.1
1) Yes18549.9
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
680) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: while traveling? (RE_14_2)
TOTAL%
0) No28075.5
1) Yes9124.5
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
681) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: at work? (RE_14_3)
TOTAL%
0) No20455.0
1) Yes16745.0
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
682) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: at a restaurant, bar, theater, or other entertainment place? (RE_14_4)
TOTAL%
0) No24365.5
1) Yes12834.5
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
683) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: at a place of worship? (RE_14_5)
TOTAL%
0) No35796.2
1) Yes143.8
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
684) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: with police or in the courts? (RE_14_6)
TOTAL%
0) No30582.2
1) Yes6617.8
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
685) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: in a bank or applying for credit? (RE_14_7)
TOTAL%
0) No33289.5
1) Yes3910.5
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
686) [Wave 2] Which of the following locations, if any, were you treated unfairly because of your race: other? (RE_14_8)
TOTAL%
0) No29780.1
1) Yes7419.9
Missing1046 
TOTAL371100.0
687) [Wave 2] Have you ever filed a formal complaint because of racial discrimination? (RE_14Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes443.2
2) No135096.8
Missing23 
TOTAL1394100.0
688) [Wave 2] When you think about yourself, how important to you is being [race] to your sense of who you are? (RE_15)
TOTAL%
1) Very important53938.8
2) Somewhat important28520.5
3) Only a little important20414.7
4) Not important at all36025.9
Missing29 
TOTAL1388100.0
689) [Wave 2] How closely connected do you feel to your racial group? (RE_16)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close31823.0
2) Very close39228.3
3) Somewhat close50836.7
4) Not close at all16511.9
Missing34 
TOTAL1383100.0
690) [Wave 2] How often, if at all, do you think about or are you aware of what race you are? (RE_17)
TOTAL%
1) About every day35225.3
2) About once a week1359.7
3) About once a month1138.1
4) Less than monthly33324.0
5) Never45732.9
Missing27 
TOTAL1390100.0
691) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? White/Caucasian/Anglo (RE_18_1)
TOTAL%
0) No31641.5
1) Yes44558.5
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
692) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Black/African American (RE_18_2)
TOTAL%
0) No66587.4
1) Yes9612.6
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
693) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Hispanic/Latino/a (RE_18_3)
TOTAL%
0) No62682.3
1) Yes13517.7
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
694) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Asian/Asian American (RE_18_4)
TOTAL%
0) No69090.7
1) Yes719.3
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
695) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Pacific Islander (RE_18_5)
TOTAL%
0) No75899.6
1) Yes30.4
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
696) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? American Indian/Native American (RE_18_6)
TOTAL%
0) No74998.4
1) Yes121.6
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
697) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Mixed race (RE_18_7)
TOTAL%
0) No74998.4
1) Yes121.6
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
698) [Wave 2] What race or ethnic group is your [spouse/partner]? Other (RE_18_9)
TOTAL%
0) No74798.2
1) Yes141.8
Missing656 
TOTAL761100.0
699) [Wave 2] Does your [spouse/partner] identify with one of these more than others? (RE_20)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1150.0
2) No1150.0
Missing1395 
TOTAL22100.0
700) [Wave 2] [Now back to you.] Of the following groups: Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, or American Indians. Which one do you feel you have the most in common with? (ARE_5)
TOTAL%
1) Whites27020.5
2) Blacks24918.9
3) Hispanics35827.2
4) Asians17313.1
5) American Indians26820.3
Missing99 
TOTAL1318100.0
701) [Wave 2] [Now back to you.] Of the following groups: Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, or American Indians. Which one do you feel you have the least in common with? (ARE_6)
TOTAL%
1) Whites1068.0
2) Blacks23617.9
3) Hispanics13710.4
4) Asians48937.0
5) American Indians35326.7
Missing96 
TOTAL1321100.0
702) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, about how many times have you been in the home of a friend of a different race or had them in your home? (ARE_7)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL138419.69354
703) [Wave 2] Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (ARE_8)
TOTAL%
1) Never360.0
4) About once a month on average120.0
6) About once a week on average120.0
Missing1412 
TOTAL5100.0
704) [Wave 2] The only legal marriage should be a marriage between one man and one woman (AMA_1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree40328.9
2) Somewhat disagree1087.8
3) Neither disagree nor agree19213.8
4) Somewhat agree1138.1
5) Strongly agree57741.4
Missing24 
TOTAL1393100.0
705) [Wave 2] Immigrants coming into the US are taking too many jobs away from other American citizens (AMA_2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree36926.6
2) Somewhat disagree24817.9
3) Neither disagree nor agree26419.0
4) Somewhat agree27419.7
5) Strongly agree23416.8
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
706) [Wave 2] It's OK to have a country where the races are basically separate from one another, as long as they have equal opportunity (AMA_5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree63645.8
2) Somewhat disagree21415.4
3) Neither disagree nor agree24517.6
4) Somewhat agree14710.6
5) Strongly agree14810.6
Missing27 
TOTAL1390100.0
707) [Wave 2] Government should do more to help minorities increase their standard of living (AMA_6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree21015.1
2) Somewhat disagree22216.0
3) Neither disagree nor agree31222.5
4) Somewhat agree27519.8
5) Strongly agree36826.5
Missing30 
TOTAL1387100.0
708) [Wave 2] One of the most effective ways to improve race relations in the U.S. is to stop talking about race (AMA_7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree26719.2
2) Somewhat disagree17912.9
3) Neither disagree nor agree25118.0
4) Somewhat agree30321.8
5) Strongly agree39228.2
Missing25 
TOTAL1392100.0
709) [Wave 2] Government has a responsibility to help reduce the inequalities between rich and poor in America (AMA_12)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree20715.0
2) Somewhat disagree16311.8
3) Neither disagree nor agree20014.5
4) Somewhat agree35025.3
5) Strongly agree46333.5
Missing34 
TOTAL1383100.0
710) [Wave 2] Discrimination against ethnic minorities is no longer a serious problem in the U.S. today (AMA_13)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree53938.9
2) Somewhat disagree42030.3
3) Neither disagree nor agree17912.9
4) Somewhat agree17212.4
5) Strongly agree775.6
Missing30 
TOTAL1387100.0
711) [Wave 2] To some people's surprise, research shows that, on the average, black Americans have worse jobs, incomes, and housing than white Americans. I will read you a list of five reasons people give for this difference. Tell me with which of the following you agree. Do you think the differences are: mainly due to discrimination? (AMA_14_1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63646.1
2) No74553.9
Missing36 
TOTAL1381100.0
712) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most blacks have less in-born ability to learn? (AMA_14_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes946.8
2) No129093.2
Missing33 
TOTAL1384100.0
713) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most blacks don't have access to a quality education? (AMA_14_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63245.8
2) No74954.2
Missing36 
TOTAL1381100.0
714) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most blacks just don't have the motivation or will power? (AMA_14_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45332.9
2) No92267.1
Missing42 
TOTAL1375100.0
715) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: due to cultural and language differences between blacks and whites? (AMA_14_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes58142.0
2) No80158.0
Missing35 
TOTAL1382100.0
716) [Wave 2] Should most illegal immigrants working in the United States be offered a chance to apply for legal status, be sent back to the country they came from, or be allowed to stay in the U.S. and remain illegally? (AMA_15)
TOTAL%
1) Chance to apply for legal status51274.6
2) Deported to the country they came from15222.2
3) Remain in U.S. illegally223.2
Missing731 
TOTAL686100.0
717) [Wave 2] Should most undocumented immigrants working in the United States be offered a chance to apply for legal status, be sent back to the country they came from, or be allowed to stay in the U.S. and remain without documentation? (AMA_16)
TOTAL%
1) Chance to apply for legal status49871.9
2) Deported to the country they came from17024.5
3) Remain in US without documentation253.6
Missing724 
TOTAL693100.0
718) [Wave 2] Do you think that most poor people in the U.S. today are poor because they don't work hard enough or because of circumstances they can't control? Or is it both equally or some other reason? (AMA_17)
TOTAL%
1) Because they don't work hard enough906.5
2) Because of circumstances they can't control50336.2
3) Both equally61544.3
4) Other reasons18113.0
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
719) [Wave 2] To some people's surprise, research shows that, on the average, Asian Americans have worse jobs, incomes, and housing than white Americans. I will read you a list of five reasons people give for this difference. Tell me with which of the following you agree. Do you think the differences are: mainly due to discrimination? (AMA_18_1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54739.8
2) No82960.2
Missing41 
TOTAL1376100.0
720) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most Asians have less in-born ability to learn? (AMA_18_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes493.5
2) No133396.5
Missing35 
TOTAL1382100.0
721) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most Asians don't have access to a quality education? (AMA_18_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22116.0
2) No115984.0
Missing37 
TOTAL1380100.0
722) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: because most Asians just don't have the motivation or will power? (AMA_18_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes836.0
2) No129694.0
Missing38 
TOTAL1379100.0
723) [Wave 2] Do you think the differences are: due to cultural and language differences between Asians and whites? (AMA_18_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes94668.6
2) No43431.4
Missing37 
TOTAL1380100.0
724) [Wave 2] Which statement best describes your beliefs about Jesus Christ? (ARBL_1)
TOTAL%
1) He was the divine, only son of God.97170.5
2) A prophet of God, but not God.876.3
3) A wise man or a good moral teacher, but not God.19113.9
4) He was just another person.604.4
5) He was something not described above.664.8
6) Or, have not heard of Jesus Christ.20.1
Missing40 
TOTAL1377100.0
725) [Wave 2] Was the [holy book] fully inspired by God, partly inspired by God, or not inspired by God? (ARBL_3)
TOTAL%
1) Fully inspired by God78457.3
2) Partly inspired by God41530.3
3) Not inspired by God14510.6
4) I have never heard of the religious text251.8
Missing48 
TOTAL1369100.0
726) [Wave 2] Outside of religious worship services, have you read any part of the [holy book] in the past 12 months? (ARBL_9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77756.9
2) No58843.1
Missing52 
TOTAL1365100.0
727) [Wave 2] How often have you typically read the [holy book] in the past 12 months? (ARBL_10)
TOTAL%
1) Once334.3
2) A few times a year22128.5
3) At least once a month13417.3
4) Once a week11314.6
5) More than once a week13517.4
6) About every day14018.0
Missing641 
TOTAL776100.0
728) [Wave 2] Are you part of a small group that studies the [holy book]? (ARBL_11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19614.4
2) No116985.6
Missing52 
TOTAL1365100.0
729) [Wave 2] At your meals at home, how often does someone say grace or give thanks aloud? (ARBL_12)
TOTAL%
1) Never37527.0
2) A few times a year34324.7
3) One to three times a month896.4
4) Once a week382.7
5) A few times a week (but less than every day)1027.3
6) Once a day16111.6
7) More than once a day28120.2
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
730) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, how often have you typically prayed, not including before meals and at religious services? (ARBL_13)
TOTAL%
1) Never24017.3
2) A few times a year20114.5
3) One to three times a month14010.1
4) Once a week20214.5
5) A few times a week (but less than every day)26118.8
6) Once a day19113.8
7) More than once a day15411.1
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
731) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, how often have you spoken or prayed in tongues? (ARBL13Z3)
TOTAL%
1) Never119186.7
2) A few times a year715.2
3) One to three times a month332.4
4) Once a week402.9
5) A few times a week (but less than every day)231.7
6) Once a day90.7
7) More than once a day60.4
Missing44 
TOTAL1373100.0
732) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, how often have you read religious books, newspapers or magazines? (ARBL13Z4)
TOTAL%
1) Never51537.1
2) A few times a year40228.9
3) One to three times a month18813.5
4) Once a week16511.9
5) A few times a week (but less than every day)825.9
6) Once a day231.7
7) More than once a day141.0
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
733) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, how often have you visited religious websites or participated in religious groups on the Internet? (ARBL13Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Never100172.2
2) A few times a year21115.2
3) One to three times a month825.9
4) Once a week574.1
5) A few times a week (but less than every day)221.6
6) Once a day100.7
7) More than once a day40.3
Missing30 
TOTAL1387100.0
734) [Wave 2] In the last six years, have you ever tried to encourage someone to become [a member of your religion]? (ARBL_14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43836.5
2) No76363.5
Missing216 
TOTAL1201100.0
735) [Wave 2] There are errors in the [holy book] on moral, spiritual, or religious matters (ARA_1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree49141.8
2) Somewhat disagree968.2
3) Neither disagree nor agree32627.7
4) Somewhat agree15713.4
5) Strongly agree1069.0
Missing241 
TOTAL1176100.0
736) [Wave 2] There are errors in the [holy book] regarding science or history (ARA_1B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree42436.4
2) Somewhat disagree958.1
3) Neither disagree nor agree33929.1
4) Somewhat agree16514.2
5) Strongly agree14312.3
Missing251 
TOTAL1166100.0
737) [Wave 2] God created the world in six, 24-hour days (ARA_1C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree29125.0
2) Somewhat disagree867.4
3) Neither disagree nor agree32528.0
4) Somewhat agree1028.8
5) Strongly agree35830.8
Missing255 
TOTAL1162100.0
738) [Wave 2] I try hard to live all my life according to my religious beliefs (ARA_1D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree645.4
2) Somewhat disagree947.9
3) Neither disagree nor agree20317.1
4) Somewhat agree33928.6
5) Strongly agree48641.0
Missing231 
TOTAL1186100.0
739) [Wave 2] I believe that God loves me and cares about me (ARA_4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly disagree574.8
2) Somewhat disagree191.6
3) Neither disagree nor agree968.1
4) Somewhat agree14712.4
5) Strongly agree86573.1
Missing233 
TOTAL1184100.0
740) [Wave 2] In the last six years, how often have you felt that God is punishing you for your sins or lack of spirituality? (ARA_5)
TOTAL%
1) Never59950.6
2) Rarely26622.5
3) Sometimes28023.6
4) Very often302.5
5) Every day or almost every day90.8
Missing233 
TOTAL1184100.0
741) [Wave 2] In the last six years, how often have you felt angry at God? (ARA_6)
TOTAL%
1) Never66956.4
2) Rarely30625.8
3) Sometimes19116.1
4) Very often161.3
5) Every day or almost every day40.3
Missing231 
TOTAL1186100.0
742) [Wave 2] In the last six years, how often have you wondered whether God had abandoned you? (ARA_7)
TOTAL%
1) Never70459.4
2) Rarely24921.0
3) Sometimes20116.9
4) Very often221.9
5) Every day or almost every day100.8
Missing231 
TOTAL1186100.0
743) [Wave 2] In the last six years, how often have you had doubts about your faith? (ARA_8)
TOTAL%
1) Never66055.7
2) Rarely26021.9
3) Sometimes22519.0
4) Very often363.0
5) Every day or almost every day40.3
Missing232 
TOTAL1185100.0
744) [Wave 2] If you personally had your choice, would you like to attend worship services much less often, somewhat less often, about the same as you do now, somewhat more often, or much more often? (ART_5)
TOTAL%
1) Much less often725.2
2) Somewhat less often392.8
3) Attend about the same as do now61244.2
4) Somewhat more often42730.8
5) Much more often23517.0
Missing32 
TOTAL1385100.0
745) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, how often have you attended religious education or religious training classes or groups? (ART_7)
TOTAL%
1) Never91165.9
2) Once or twice a year1249.0
3) Several times a year846.1
4) Once a month453.3
5) Two or three times a month493.5
6) Once a week1269.1
7) Twice a week272.0
8) Three times a week or more161.2
Missing35 
TOTAL1382100.0
746) [Wave 2] During the year 2011, what was the total dollar value of all donations, if any, that you and [spouse/partner] made to your local [congregation]? Donations include any gifts of money, assets, or property. Dollar value (ART_8)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL8531326.3183167
747) [Wave 2] Just a guess is fine. Which one of the following categories would be closest to your total donations in 2011? (ART_8A)
TOTAL%
1) $0 -- $2448.7
2) $25 -- $100715.2
3) $101 -- $3001532.6
4) $301 -- $1,0001328.3
5) $1,001 -- $5,000715.2
Missing1371 
TOTAL46100.0
748) [Wave 2] During the year 2011, what was the total dollar value of all donations you [and your spouse/partner] made to other charitable organizations [not including your local religious congregation]? Charitable organizations include religious or non-profit organizations that help those in need or that serve public interests. Please do not include political contributions. Dollar value (ART_9)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1258696.9012703
749) [Wave 2] Just a guess is fine. Which one of the following categories would be closest to your total donations in 2011? (ART_9A)
TOTAL%
1) $0 -- $24513.5
2) $25 -- $1001027.0
3) $101 -- $300821.6
4) $301 -- $1,000924.3
5) $1,001 -- $5,000513.5
Missing1380 
TOTAL37100.0
750) [Wave 2] Of the amount you just reported, what percentage went to religious organizations or groups [outside of your congregation]? (ART_10)
TOTAL%
1) Zero36939.8
2) One-10 percent16217.5
3) 11-20 percent616.6
4) 21-30 percent414.4
5) 31-40 percent181.9
6) 41-50 percent606.5
7) 51-60 percent283.0
8) 61-70 percent111.2
9) 71-80 percent192.0
10) 81-90 percent272.9
11) 91-100 percent13114.1
Missing490 
TOTAL927100.0
751) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has there been a turning point in your life when you made a new and personal commitment to a religious tradition, faith, or God? (SP_2Z4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32723.6
2) No105676.4
Missing34 
TOTAL1383100.0
752) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has there been a turning point in your life when you became less committed to a religious tradition, faith, or God? (SP_2Z5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16612.0
2) No121888.0
Missing33 
TOTAL1384100.0
753) [Wave 2] ranpart (RANPART)
TOTAL%
1) 26219.1
2) 27820.2
3) 26819.5
4) 27920.3
5) 28720.9
Missing43 
TOTAL1374100.0
754) [Wave 2] Would you say your health in general is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (HM_1)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent17215.7
2) Very good37834.4
3) Good32629.7
4) Fair17115.6
5) Poor514.6
Missing319 
TOTAL1098100.0
755) [Wave 2] Do you have any physical or nervous condition that limits the type of work or the amount of work you can do? (HM_2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28425.9
2) No81474.1
Missing319 
TOTAL1098100.0
756) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had high blood pressure, hypertension, diabetes, or high blood sugar. To be more specific, did you have high blood pressure or hypertension before the last interview, did you have diabetes or high blood sugar before the last interview, did you have both conditions before the last interview, or is this information not correct? (HM_3Z1)
TOTAL%
1) High blood pressure or hypertension before the last interview19057.4
2) Diabetes or high blood sugar before the last interview133.9
3) Both conditions8826.6
4) Not correct4012.1
Missing1086 
TOTAL331100.0
757) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had high blood pressure or hypertension? (HM_3Z2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12815.6
2) No69184.4
Missing598 
TOTAL819100.0
758) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had diabetes or high blood sugar? (HM_3Z3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes555.5
2) No94194.5
Missing421 
TOTAL996100.0
759) [Wave 2] Is your blood pressure generally under control? (HM_3A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38394.6
2) No225.4
Missing1012 
TOTAL405100.0
760) [Wave 2] Is your diabetes generally under control? (HM_3B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13586.5
2) No2113.5
Missing1261 
TOTAL156100.0
761) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had cancer or a malignant tumor. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_4A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better2854.9
2) Worse47.8
3) Stayed about the same1427.5
4) Not correct59.8
Missing1366 
TOTAL51100.0
762) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had cancer or a malignant tumor, excluding skin cancer? (HM_4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes413.9
2) No101196.1
Missing365 
TOTAL1052100.0
763) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had chronic lung disease such as chronic bronchitis or emphysema. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, or stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better2835.0
2) Worse45.0
3) Stayed about the same2835.0
4) Not correct2025.0
Missing1337 
TOTAL80100.0
764) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had chronic lung disease such as bronchitis or emphysema? (HM_5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes373.6
2) No100096.4
Missing380 
TOTAL1037100.0
765) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you had a heart attack or stroke. To be more specific, did you have a heart attack before the last interview, did you have a stroke before the last interview, did you have both a heart attack and a stroke before the last interview, or is this information not correct? (HM_6Z1)
TOTAL%
1) Heart attack before the last interview2048.8
2) Stroke before the last interview922.0
3) Both49.8
4) Not correct819.5
Missing1376 
TOTAL41100.0
766) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had a heart attack? (HM_6Z2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes191.8
2) No105398.2
Missing345 
TOTAL1072100.0
767) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had a stroke? (HM_6Z3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes151.4
2) No106898.6
Missing334 
TOTAL1083100.0
768) [Wave 2] Do you still have any remaining problems because of your heart attack(s)? (HM_6A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2148.8
2) No2251.2
Missing1374 
TOTAL43100.0
769) [Wave 2] Do you still have any remaining problems because of your stroke(s)? (HM_6B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1657.1
2) No1242.9
Missing1389 
TOTAL28100.0
770) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had a heart problem, such as coronary heart disease, angina, or congestive heart failure. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_7A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better2233.3
2) Worse46.1
3) Stayed about the same2943.9
4) Not correct1116.7
Missing1351 
TOTAL66100.0
771) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had coronary heart disease, angina, congestive heart failure or other heart problems? (HM_7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes514.9
2) No99095.1
Missing376 
TOTAL1041100.0
772) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had an ulcer. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_8A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better3858.5
2) Worse23.1
3) Stayed about the same2233.8
4) Not correct34.6
Missing1352 
TOTAL65100.0
773) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had an ulcer? (HM_8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes272.6
2) No100697.4
Missing384 
TOTAL1033100.0
774) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had arthritis or rheumatism. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_9A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better3114.6
2) Worse7836.6
3) Stayed about the same9846.0
4) Not correct62.8
Missing1204 
TOTAL213100.0
775) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had arthritis or rheumatism? (HM_9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10311.6
2) No78588.4
Missing529 
TOTAL888100.0
776) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had asthma. Since then, has this condition gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_10A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better5939.3
2) Worse85.3
3) Stayed about the same7248.0
4) Not correct117.3
Missing1267 
TOTAL150100.0
777) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had asthma? (HM_10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes474.9
2) No90795.1
Missing463 
TOTAL954100.0
778) [Wave 2] Thinking about your current physical problems, how much do these limit your normal daily activities? (HM_11)
TOTAL%
1) A lot1029.3
2) Somewhat16615.1
3) Just a little22720.7
4) Not at all60154.8
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
779) [Wave 2] Our records from your last interview in 2006 show that you have had some emotional, nervous, or psychiatric problems. Since then, have these problems gotten better, worse, stayed about the same, or is this information not correct? (HM_12A)
TOTAL%
1) Gotten better7748.1
2) Worse1710.6
3) Stayed about the same5635.0
4) Not correct106.3
Missing1257 
TOTAL160100.0
780) [Wave 2] In the last six years, has a doctor told you that you have or had any emotional, nervous, or psychiatric problems? (HM_12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9410.0
2) No85090.0
Missing473 
TOTAL944100.0
781) [Wave 2] Do you currently have any emotional, nervous, or psychiatric problems? (HM_13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14660.1
2) No9739.9
Missing1174 
TOTAL243100.0
782) [Wave 2] How much do emotional, nervous, or psychiatric problems currently limit your normal daily activities? (HM_14)
TOTAL%
1) A lot229.1
2) Somewhat5723.5
3) Just a little7631.3
4) Not at all8836.2
Missing1174 
TOTAL243100.0
783) [Wave 2] How often, if at all, do you participate in vigorous physical activity or sports - such as heavy housework, aerobics, running, swimming, or bicycling? (HM_16)
TOTAL%
1) Never20518.7
2) Occasionally but less than weekly26324.0
3) About once a week15514.1
4) More than once a week28325.8
5) About every day19017.3
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
784) [Wave 2] Have you smoked 100 or more cigarettes in the last six years? (HM_17)
TOTAL%
1) Yes314.6
2) No64695.4
Missing740 
TOTAL677100.0
785) [Wave 2] On average, how many cigarettes per day do you smoke? (HM_18)
TOTAL%
0) 11741.2
1) 82.8
2) 72.5
3) 113.9
4) 93.2
5) 124.2
6) 62.1
7) 62.1
8) 41.4
9) 10.4
10) 3211.3
12) 41.4
13) 10.4
15) 196.7
17) 10.4
18) 10.4
20) 2910.2
21) 10.4
25) 20.7
28) 10.4
30) 62.1
40) 51.8
60) 10.4
Missing1133 
TOTAL284100.0
786) [Wave 2] On average, how many cigarettes per day do you smoke? Don't currently smoke regularly (HM_18DK)
TOTAL%
0) No28463.1
1) Yes16636.9
Missing967 
TOTAL450100.0
787) [Wave 2] In the last six years, did you ever smoke cigarettes regularly? (HM_19)
TOTAL%
1) Yes657.0
2) No86493.0
Missing488 
TOTAL929100.0
788) [Wave 2] Do you ever drink any alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, or liquor? (HM_20)
TOTAL%
1) Yes75669.0
2) No34031.0
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
789) [Wave 2] On average, do you have less than one alcoholic drink a day, one to two drinks a day, three to four drinks a day, or five or more drinks a day? (HM_21)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one59579.1
2) One or two12416.5
3) Three or four222.9
4) Five or more111.5
Missing665 
TOTAL752100.0
790) [Wave 2] For the next few questions, please think about the past 12 months. In the past 12 months, have you ever had two weeks or longer when nearly every day you felt sad, empty, or depressed for most of the day? (HM_24)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28125.7
2) No81274.3
Missing324 
TOTAL1093100.0
791) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, have you ever had two weeks or longer when nearly every day you felt worthless? (HM_25)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14613.3
2) No95086.7
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
792) [Wave 2] In the past 12 months, have you ever had two weeks or longer when nearly every day you felt hopeless? (HM_26)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16114.7
2) No93585.3
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
793) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: your parent, child, or spouse died? (HM_29)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21019.2
2) No88680.8
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
794) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: a close family friend or another relative (aunt, cousin, grandparent) died? (HM_30)
TOTAL%
1) Yes68362.3
2) No41337.7
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
795) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you had a separation due to marital difficulties? (HM_31)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10112.4
2) No71287.6
Missing604 
TOTAL813100.0
796) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you broke off a steady, romantic relationship? (HM_32)
TOTAL%
1) Yes24622.4
2) No85077.6
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
797) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you became unemployed or you were seeking work unsuccessfully for more than one month? (HM_35)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32930.0
2) No76770.0
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
798) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you were fired from your job? (HM_36)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11110.1
2) No98489.9
Missing322 
TOTAL1095100.0
799) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you had a major financial crisis? (HM_37)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35932.8
2) No73767.2
Missing321 
TOTAL1096100.0
800) [Wave 2] In the past six years, have any of the following life events or problems happened to you: you had problems with the police or you had to make a court appearance? (HM_38)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1049.5
2) No99190.5
Missing322 
TOTAL1095100.0
801) [Wave 2] During the past 30 days, on average, how many hours do you sleep per night? (HM_39)
TOTAL%
0) 20.2
2) 20.2
3) 111.0
4) 413.8
5) 12511.4
6) 27825.4
7) 30928.3
8) 26524.2
9) 363.3
10) 151.4
11) 30.3
12) 30.3
13) 10.1
15) 20.2
Missing324 
TOTAL1093100.0
802) [Wave 2] During the past 30 days, for about how many days have you felt you did not get enough rest or sleep? (HM_40)
TOTAL%
0) 16815.4
1) 242.2
2) 999.1
3) 888.1
4) 615.6
5) 13011.9
6) 252.3
7) 383.5
8) 171.6
9) 40.4
10) 938.5
12) 80.7
13) 10.1
14) 60.6
15) 857.8
16) 30.3
17) 10.1
20) 656.0
21) 50.5
22) 30.3
24) 10.1
25) 322.9
26) 20.2
27) 20.2
28) 151.4
29) 20.2
30) 11010.1
Missing329 
TOTAL1088100.0
803) [Wave 2] Were both of your parents born in the United States? (DM_1A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6769.1
2) No3030.9
Missing1320 
TOTAL97100.0
804) [Wave 2] Were you born in the United States? (DM_1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8486.6
2) No1313.4
Missing1320 
TOTAL97100.0
805) [Wave 2] Are you a United States citizen? (DM_1E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5140.5
2) No5745.2
3) In process of becoming U.S. citizen1814.3
Missing1291 
TOTAL126100.0
806) [Wave 2] Were both of your [spouse/partner's] parents born in the United States? (Please include adoptive parents.) (DM_1F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12377.8
2) No3522.2
Missing1259 
TOTAL158100.0
807) [Wave 2] Was your [spouse/partner] born in the United States, or not? (DM_1G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14088.1
2) No1911.9
Missing1258 
TOTAL159100.0
808) [Wave 2] Is your [spouse/partner] a United States citizen, or not? (DM_1J)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2934.1
2) No4148.2
3) In process of becoming U.S. citizen1517.6
Missing1332 
TOTAL85100.0
809) [Wave 2] Is [English] the primary language spoken in your home? (DM_1K)
TOTAL%
1) Yes125291.9
2) No1118.1
Missing54 
TOTAL1363100.0
810) [Wave 2] How well do you speak Spanish? Very well, well, not well, or not at all? (DM_1KZ1)
TOTAL%
1) Very well876.6
2) Well785.9
3) Not well38929.6
4) Not at all76157.9
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
811) [Wave 2] How well do you speak English? Very well, well, not well, or not at all? [Asked Spanish-language respondent] (DM_1KZ2)
TOTAL%
1) Very well919.1
2) Well1123.4
3) Not well1838.3
4) Not at all919.1
Missing1370 
TOTAL47100.0
812) [Wave 2] Did one or both of your parents speak a language other than English as their main language at home? (DM_1L)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3132.0
2) No6668.0
Missing1320 
TOTAL97100.0
813) [Wave 2] In our last interview, you reported your highest level of completed schooling was [HighestSchool2006]. Has that changed? (DM_1Z8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19515.3
2) No108084.7
Missing142 
TOTAL1275100.0
814) [Wave 2] What is the highest level of schooling you have completed, or what is the highest degree that you have earned? (DM_2)
TOTAL%
1) No GED or less than high school degree123.9
2) GED or high school equivalent, no high school diploma175.6
3) High school diploma6019.7
4) Vocational-technical diploma278.9
5) Associate degree (AA, AS)3411.2
6) Two-year religious degree20.7
7) Bachelor's degree (BA, BS)7223.7
8) Master's degree but not religious degree (MA, MS, MBA, etc.)3110.2
9) Master of Divinity or other religious post-college degree10.3
10) Doctorate degree (Ph.D., EDD)72.3
11) Professional degree beyond BA/BS (MD, DDS, JD/LLB etc.)41.3
12) Other3712.2
Missing1113 
TOTAL304100.0
815) [Wave 2] Did you ever attend a four-year college or university for at least one year? (DM_3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5234.7
2) No9865.3
Missing1267 
TOTAL150100.0
816) [Wave 2] In our last interview, you described your occupation as [Occupation 2006]. Has it changed? (DM_3Z8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25437.7
2) No41962.3
Missing744 
TOTAL673100.0
817) [Wave 2] We'd like to ask you how much did you personally earn altogether from wages or salaries during 2011, that is, before anything was deducted for taxes or other things? Please do not include other sources of income. Before taxes and other deductions, were your total wages or salaries during 2011 more or less than 40,000 dollars? (DM_4Z2)
TOTAL%
1) $40,000 or more40145.2
2) Less than $40,00048654.8
Missing530 
TOTAL887100.0
818) [Wave 2] Before taxes and other deductions, were your total wages or salaries during 2011 more or less than 20,000 dollars? (DM_4Z3)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more23648.8
2) Less than $20,00024851.2
Missing933 
TOTAL484100.0
819) [Wave 2] [Personal wages less than $20K] (CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total personal wages or salaries in 2011 (DM_4Z4)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,0006927.8
2) $5,000 -- $9,9995221.0
3) $10,000 -- $14,9996225.0
4) $15,000 -- $19,9996526.2
Missing1169 
TOTAL248100.0
820) [Wave 2] [Personal wages between $20K $40K] (CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total personal wages or salaries in 2011 (DM_4Z5)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 -- $24,9998134.6
2) $25,000 -- $29,9995724.4
3) $30,000 -- $34,9995824.8
4) $35,000 -- $39,9993816.2
Missing1183 
TOTAL234100.0
821) [Wave 2] [Personal wages less than $100K] Before taxes and other deductions, were your total wages or salaries during 2011 more or less than 100,000 dollars? (DM_4Z6)
TOTAL%
1) $100,000 or more8721.8
2) Less than $100,00031278.2
Missing1018 
TOTAL399100.0
822) [Wave 2] [Personal wages between $40K and $100K] CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total personal wages or salaries in 2011 (DM_4Z7)
TOTAL%
1) $40,000 -- $49,9998327.0
2) $50,000 -- $59,9997825.4
3) $60,000 -- $69,9996220.2
4) $70,000 -- $79,9994113.4
5) $80,000 -- $89,999247.8
6) $90,000 -- $99,999196.2
Missing1110 
TOTAL307100.0
823) [Wave 2] [Personal wages greater than $100K] CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total personal wages or salaries in 2011 (DM_4Z8)
TOTAL%
1) $100,000 -- $124,9993641.9
2) $125,000 -- $149,9992630.2
3) $150,000 -- $174,9991214.0
4) $175,000 -- $199,99933.5
5) $200,000 or more910.5
Missing1331 
TOTAL86100.0
824) [Wave 2] Please include all sources of income. Before taxes and other deductions, was your total household income during 2011 more or less than 40,000 dollars, or the same as your personal wages? (DM_5)
TOTAL%
1) $40,000 or more35737.3
2) Less than $40,00044546.5
3) Same as personal wages15416.1
Missing461 
TOTAL956100.0
825) [Wave 2] Before taxes and other deductions, was your total household income during 2011 more or less than 20,000 dollars? (DM_6Z3)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more19544.0
2) Less than $20,00024856.0
Missing974 
TOTAL443100.0
826) [Wave 2] [HH income less than $20K] (CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total household income in 2011 (DM_6Z4)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,0005120.8
2) $5,000 -- $9,9995622.9
3) $10,000 -- $14,9995823.7
4) $15,000 -- $19,9998032.7
Missing1172 
TOTAL245100.0
827) [Wave 2] [HH income between $20K and $40K] (CATI: 'Please stop me when I read')/(WEB: 'Please select') the number that is your best estimate of your total household income in 2011 (DM_6Z5)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 -- $24,9995729.4
2) $25,000 -- $29,9994523.2
3) $30,000 -- $34,9995528.4
4) $35,000 -- $39,9993719.1
Missing1223 
TOTAL194100.0
828) [Wave 2] [HH income less or greater than $100K] Before taxes and other deductions, was your total household income during 2011 more or less than 100,000 dollars? (DM_7Z6)
TOTAL%
1) $100,000 or more26334.9
2) Less than $100,00049165.1
Missing663 
TOTAL754100.0
829) [Wave 2] [HH income between $40K and $100K] Before taxes and other deductions, was your total household income during 2011 more or less than 100,000 dollars? (DM_7Z7)
TOTAL%
1) $40,000 -- $49,99911122.9
2) $50,000 -- $59,9999319.2
3) $60,000 -- $69,9998216.9
4) $70,000 -- $79,9997515.5
5) $80,000 -- $89,9997515.5
6) $90,000 -- $99,999489.9
Missing933 
TOTAL484100.0
830) [Wave 2] [HH income greater than $100K] Before taxes and other deductions, was your total household income during 2011 more or less than 100,000 dollars? (DM_7Z8)
TOTAL%
1) $100,000 -- $124,99910440.2
2) $125,000 -- $149,9995722.0
3) $150,000 -- $174,9993714.3
4) $175,000 -- $199,999155.8
5) $200,000 or more4617.8
Missing1158 
TOTAL259100.0
831) [Wave 2] INTERVIEWER: WHAT LANGUAGE HAS THIS INTERVIEW BEEN CONDUCTED IN? (IQ_4)
TOTAL%
1) English exclusively21594.3
2) Spanish exclusively135.7
Missing1189 
TOTAL228100.0
832) [Wave 2] [Phone only or web first samples] (PHONE)
TOTAL%
1) Phone only16611.7
2) Web first125188.3
TOTAL1417100.0
833) [Wave 2] [Client Admin] (CLIENTAD)
TOTAL%
1) In-person9174.0
2) Phone via web3024.4
3) Web alone wifi21.6
Missing1294 
TOTAL123100.0
834) [Wave 2] Household ID (HHID)
835) [Wave 2] Primary sampling unit ID (PSU_ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL138431.32917
836) [Attrition] Respondent in Wave 2 and Wave 1 (ATTRITIO)
TOTAL%
0) No1037.3
1) Yes131492.7
TOTAL1417100.0
837) New respondent entered in Wave 2 as a Wave 1 respondent (FLAG_NEW)
TOTAL%
0) No141599.9
1) Yes20.1
TOTAL1417100.0
838) [Wave 2] Respondent's race (RE_RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo75353.1
2) Black/African American28520.1
3) Hispanic/Latino(a)21014.8
4) Asian/Asian American1017.1
5) Pacific Islander80.6
6) Native American40.3
7) Mixed Race392.8
9) Other171.2
TOTAL1417100.0
839) [Wave 2] Post-stratified cross sectional raked weight (sample scaled) (NWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL141711
840) [Wave 2] Post-stratified cross sectional raked weight (population scaled) (PSWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1417167735.511128510
841) [Wave 2] Respondent's race (RACE_ALL)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo77154.4
2) Black/African American29420.7
3) Hispanic/Latino(a)23016.2
4) Asian/Asian American1148.0
5) Native American80.6
TOTAL1417100.0
842) [Wave 2] Respondent's religious tradition [Steensland] (RELTRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Black Protestant1309.2
2) Evangelical Protestant32022.6
3) Mainline Protestant1248.8
4) Catholic34624.4
5) Jewish261.8
6) Other faith835.9
7) Nonaffiliated28620.2
8) Protestant - other1027.2
TOTAL1417100.0
843) [Wave 2] Respondent's region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast22115.6
2) Midwest26618.8
3) South48033.9
4) West44531.4
5) Currently abroad50.4
TOTAL1417100.0
844) [2006] DM_2_2 (DM2_2_06)
TOTAL%
-7) Refused10.1
-4) Don't know10.1
1) No GED or less than high school degree1138.6
2) GED or high school equivalent, no high school diploma654.9
3) High school diploma41231.3
4) Vocational/technical diploma1209.1
5) Associate degree15311.6
7) Bachelor's degree28621.7
8) Master's but not religious degree (MA, MS, MBA, etc.)1148.7
9) Master of Divinity or other religious post-college degree30.2
10) Doctorate degree (Ph.D., EDD)151.1
11) Professional degree beyond B.A./B.S. (MD, DDS, JD/LLB etc.)251.9
12) Other70.5
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
845) [Wave 2] Work status (WJ_STAT)
TOTAL%
1) Full-time65746.4
2) Part-time19313.6
3) Retired21915.5
4) Homemaker856.0
5) School372.6
6) Unemployed1339.4
7) Other926.5
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
846) [Wave 2] Average work hours per week (WJ_HOURS)
TOTAL%
1) Zero-five283.0
2) Six-10353.8
3) 11-15313.4
4) 16-20576.2
5) 21-25404.3
6) 26-30556.0
7) 31-35505.4
8) 36-4035939.0
9) 41-45889.6
10) 46-5010211.1
11) 51-55161.7
12) 56-60374.0
13) 61-6550.5
14) 66-7070.8
15) 71-7520.2
16) 76+91.0
Missing496 
TOTAL921100.0
847) [Wave 2] Respondent's religion (CI_1_2)
TOTAL%
1) Christian69849.3
2) Muslim60.4
3) Jewish261.8
4) Roman Catholic34524.3
5) Mormon60.4
6) Buddhist221.6
7) Hindu161.1
8) Agnostic574.0
9) Atheist402.8
10) Spiritual16611.7
11) Don't think about religion261.8
12) Other90.6
TOTAL1417100.0
848) [Wave 2] Respondent's religion as adult before 2006 (CIP_1_2)
TOTAL%
1) Christian64849.3
2) Muslim60.5
3) Jewish241.8
4) Roman Catholic37728.7
5) Mormon90.7
6) Buddhist211.6
7) Hindu161.2
8) Agnostic443.3
9) Atheist191.4
10) Spiritual1158.7
11) Don't think about religion292.2
12) Other70.5
Missing102 
TOTAL1315100.0
849) [Wave 2] Respondent's religion in which raised (CIF_1_2)
TOTAL%
1) Christian72150.9
2) Muslim80.6
3) Jewish292.0
4) Roman Catholic48033.9
5) Mormon141.0
6) Buddhist211.5
7) Hindu161.1
8) Agnostic141.0
9) Atheist90.6
10) Spiritual332.3
11) Don't think about religion624.4
12) Other90.6
Missing1 
TOTAL1416100.0
850) [Wave 2] Spouse/partners religion (CIF_31_2)
TOTAL%
1) Christian36247.2
2) Muslim40.5
3) Jewish172.2
4) Roman Catholic20927.2
5) Mormon30.4
6) Buddhist152.0
7) Hindu141.8
8) Agnostic222.9
9) Atheist162.1
10) Spiritual567.3
11) Don't think about religion425.5
12) Other70.9
Missing650 
TOTAL767100.0
851) [Wave 2] What year were you first involved in or a member of this congregation? (CA_8)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5431909.006421
852) [Wave 2] About how many hours per week on average does this work at your congregation take up? (CA_32)
TOTAL%
-4) Don't know10.5
0) 010.5
1) 12311.9
2) 25327.3
3) 33618.6
4) 42613.4
5) 5147.2
6) 673.6
7) 721.0
8) 884.1
10) 1084.1
11) 1110.5
12) 1221.0
15) 1542.1
20) 2042.1
24) 2410.5
25) 2521.0
30) 3010.5
Missing1223 
TOTAL194100.0
853) [Wave 2] In the last year, about how many hours did you spend on other volunteer work? (CA_32B)
TOTAL%
0) 85.3
1) 53.3
2) 74.7
3) 21.3
4) 32.0
5) 85.3
8) 64.0
10) 138.7
12) 32.0
15) 64.0
16) 10.7
18) 10.7
20) 1610.7
24) 10.7
25) 42.7
30) 32.0
35) 10.7
36) 10.7
40) 96.0
45) 10.7
48) 32.0
50) 53.3
52) 21.3
60) 42.7
72) 10.7
75) 32.0
80) 21.3
90) 10.7
96) 10.7
100) 85.3
120) 21.3
150) 21.3
160) 10.7
200) 74.7
250) 10.7
260) 10.7
300) 10.7
312) 10.7
500) 53.3
Missing1267 
TOTAL150100.0
854) [Wave 2] Religiously conservative liberal (RI_COLIB)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative16712.0
2) Somewhat conservative25018.0
3) Moderate/conservative30221.7
4) Moderate100.7
5) Moderate/liberal22816.4
6) Somewhat liberal23116.6
7) Very liberal20114.5
Missing28 
TOTAL1389100.0
855) [Wave 2] We would like to add two names from your congregation -- not including your parents, siblings or children. Besides those already mentioned, what is the first name or initials of the person you are closest to at your [congregation]? [No one close to] (NE_10B)
TOTAL%
-9) Skipped212.7
-7) Refused20.3
-4) Don't know30.4
0) 052367.4
1) No one22729.3
Missing641 
TOTAL776100.0
856) [Wave 2] Number of political activities (PO_NUMB)
TOTAL%
-9) Skipped10.1
0) 076454.4
1) 132723.3
2) 216011.4
3) 3835.9
4) 4312.2
5) 5191.4
6) 6120.9
7) 770.5
Missing13 
TOTAL1404100.0
857) [Wave 2] Political party combined (PO_PARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat36526.1
2) Not strong Democrat28420.3
3) Lean Democrat14110.1
4) Neither21315.2
5) Lean Republican866.2
6) Not strong Republican17212.3
7) Strong Republican1379.8
Missing19 
TOTAL1398100.0
858) [Wave 2] Personal wages (DM_WAGES)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000697.9
2) $5,000-$9,999525.9
3) $10,000-$14,999627.1
4) $15,000-$19,999657.4
5) $20,000-$24,999819.3
6) $25,000-$29,999576.5
7) $30,000-$34,999586.6
8) $35,000-$39,999384.3
9) $40,000-$49,999839.5
10) $50,000-$59,999788.9
11) $60,000-$69,999627.1
12) $70,000-$79,999414.7
13) $80,000-$89,999242.7
14) $90,000-$99,999192.2
15) $100,000-$124,999364.1
16) $125,000-$149,999263.0
17) $150,000-$174,999121.4
18) $175,000-$199,99930.3
19) $200,000 or more91.0
Missing542 
TOTAL875100.0
859) [Wave 2] Total household income (DM_INC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000675.0
2) $5,000-$9,999735.5
3) $10,000-$14,999765.7
4) $15,000-$19,999997.4
5) $20,000-$24,999916.8
6) $25,000-$29,999634.7
7) $30,000-$34,999745.5
8) $35,000-$39,999483.6
9) $40,000-$49,9991118.3
10) $50,000-$59,999937.0
11) $60,000-$69,999826.1
12) $70,000-$79,999755.6
13) $80,000-$89,999755.6
14) $90,000-$99,999483.6
15) $100,000-$124,9991047.8
16) $125,000-$149,999574.3
17) $150,000-$174,999372.8
18) $175,000-$199,999151.1
19) $200,000 or more463.4
Missing83 
TOTAL1334100.0
860) [Wave 2] Respondent's age based on birth year (HR_AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL141747.66116
861) [Wave 2] Education (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school1067.5
2) GED694.9
3) High school37526.5
4) Vo-tech1379.7
5) Associate16912.0
6) Two year religious20.1
7) Bachelor's32523.0
8) Master's1399.8
9) Master of Divinity40.3
10) Doctorate211.5
11) Professional degree292.1
12) Other372.6
Missing4 
TOTAL1413100.0
862) I-EDUC: [Wave 2] Education (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school1067.7
2) GED or high school diploma44432.3
3) Vocational/technical diploma or associate degree30822.4
4) Bachelor's32523.6
5) Graduate degree19314.0
Missing41 
TOTAL1376100.0
863) I-RACE: [Wave 2] Respondent's race (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian/Anglo77154.7
2) Black/African American29420.9
3) Hispanic/Latino(a)23016.3
4) Asian/Asian American1148.1
Missing8 
TOTAL1409100.0
864) I-PARTYID: [Wave 2] Political party combined (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat79056.5
2) Neither21315.2
3) Republican39528.3
Missing19 
TOTAL1398100.0
865) I-GENDER: Respondent's gender (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
0) Female88862.7
1) Male52937.3
TOTAL1417100.0
866) I-RELIGION: [Wave 2] Respondent's religious tradition [Steensland] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Black Protestant1309.2
2) Evangelical Protestant32022.6
3) Mainline Protestant1248.8
4) Catholic34624.4
5) Other faith21114.9
6) Nonaffiliated28620.2
TOTAL1417100.0
867) I-AGE: [Wave 2] Respondent's age based on birth year (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 20 to 29 years old22415.8
2) 30 to 44 years old42329.9
3) 45 to 59 years old40628.7
4) 60 to 74 years old26418.6
5) 75 years and older1007.1
TOTAL1417100.0