August 2011 Political Survey

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > National > Pew Research Center > Codebook


Percentages are weighted by 136) WEIGHT; Total Ns reported are unweighted
1) Unique ID (PSRAID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1509151997.9749745.47
2) Sample Type (SAMPLE)
TOTAL%
1) Landline 49.6
2) Cell 50.4
TOTAL1509100.0
3) Interview Date (INT_DATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL150981888.35123.98
4) Date of First Call (FCALL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1509110817.850.77
5) Call Attempt (ATTEMPT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15092.041.23
6) Refusal Conversion (REFUSAL)
TOTAL%
0) No 89.9
1) Yes 10.1
TOTAL1509100.0
7) Language (LANG)
TOTAL%
1) English 96
2) Spanish 4
TOTAL1509100.0
8) Census Region from Zip Merge (CREGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast 18.9
2) Midwest 23.2
3) South 37.8
4) West 20.1
TOTAL1509100.0
9) State from Zip Merge (STATE)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama 2.2
4) Arizona 1.6
5) Arkansas .6
6) California 9.3
8) Colorado 1.2
9) Connecticut 1.7
10) Delaware .2
12) Florida 4.9
13) Georgia 2.8
16) Idaho .7
17) Illinois 3.9
18) Indiana 2.1
19) Iowa 1.5
20) Kansas 1.4
21) Kentucky 1.2
22) Louisiana 1.4
23) Maine .7
24) Maryland 1.5
25) Massachusetts 1.8
26) Michigan 2.7
27) Minnesota 2.7
28) Mississippi .7
29) Missouri 2.2
30) Montana .2
31) Nebraska .7
32) Nevada .9
33) New Hampshire .2
34) New Jersey 2.7
35) New Mexico .8
36) New York 6.4
37) North Carolina 3.3
38) North Dakota .2
39) Ohio 3.8
40) Oklahoma 1.8
41) Oregon 1.2
42) Pennsylvania 5
44) Rhode Island .1
45) South Carolina 1.7
46) South Dakota .1
47) Tennessee 2.3
48) Texas 9
49) Utah 1.3
50) Vermont .2
51) Virginia 3.8
53) Washington 2.8
54) West Virginia .7
55) Wisconsin 2.1
56) Wyoming .2
TOTAL1509100.0
10) Community Type from Zip Merge (USR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1448
11) Recoded Population Density from Zip Merge (DENSITY)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest 20.4
2) 2 20.4
3) 3 20.4
4) 4 20
5) Highest 18.8
TOTAL1509100.0
12) Census Region_Sample (SCREGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast 19.2
2) Midwest 24
3) South 37.1
4) West 19.7
TOTAL1509100.0
13) State from FIPS_Sample (SSTATE)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama 2
4) Arizona 1.6
5) Arkansas .6
6) California 9.2
8) Colorado 1
9) Connecticut 1.8
10) Delaware .2
11) District of Columbia .1
12) Florida 4.8
13) Georgia 3.2
16) Idaho .7
17) Illinois 3.9
18) Indiana 2.2
19) Iowa 1.4
20) Kansas 1.3
21) Kentucky 1.2
22) Louisiana 1.5
23) Maine .7
24) Maryland 1.1
25) Massachusetts 1.9
26) Michigan 3.3
27) Minnesota 2.7
28) Mississippi .7
29) Missouri 2.3
30) Montana .3
31) Nebraska .7
32) Nevada .7
33) New Hampshire .2
34) New Jersey 2.5
35) New Mexico .8
36) New York 6.7
37) North Carolina 3.2
38) North Dakota .3
39) Ohio 3.8
40) Oklahoma 1.8
41) Oregon 1.2
42) Pennsylvania 4.8
44) Rhode Island .1
45) South Carolina 1.7
46) South Dakota .1
47) Tennessee 2.2
48) Texas 8.7
49) Utah 1.4
50) Vermont .4
51) Virginia 3.5
53) Washington 2.7
54) West Virginia .7
55) Wisconsin 2.1
56) Wyoming .2
TOTAL1509100.0
14) MSA Code-Sample (SMSA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL150925343.1515283.86
15) Community Type_Sample (SUSR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL905
16) 1/2 Form Split (FORM)
TOTAL%
1) Form 1 51
2) Form 2 49
TOTAL1509100.0
17) Interviewer Gender (IGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male 28
2) Female 72
TOTAL1509100.0
18) Interviewer Race/Ethnicity (IRACE)
TOTAL%
1) White 29.7
2) Black or African-American 54.2
3) Hispanic 11.3
4) Asian or Asian-American 1.5
5) Some other race 3.3
TOTAL1509100.0
19) Introduction Rotation for Landline Sample (LLITEXT)
TOTAL%
1) Male first 50.9
2) Female first 49.1
Missing604 
TOTAL905100.0
20) S1. Are you under 18 years old, or are you 18 or older? (QS1)
TOTAL%
2) 18 or older 100
Missing905 
TOTAL604100.0
21) Q.2 All in all, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in this country today? (Q2)
TOTAL%
1) Satisfied 16.7
2) Dissatisfied 78.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered 4.5
TOTAL1509100.0
22) Q.3 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? [IF DON'T KNOW ENTER AS DON'T KNOW. IF DEPENDS PROBE ONCE. IF STILL DEPENDS ANSWER AS DON'T KNOW.] Overall do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? [IF STILL DEPENDS ENTER AS DON'T KNOW] (Q3)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 43.3
2) Disapprove 49.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 7.4
TOTAL1509100.0
23) Q.3a Do you [approve/disapprove] very strongly or not so strongly? (Q3A)
TOTAL%
1) Very strongly 68.6
2) Not so strongly 28.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.2
Missing100 
TOTAL1409100.0
24) Q.5a Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the economy? (Q5A)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 34.4
2) Disapprove 59.7
9) Don't know/refused (volunteered) 5.9
TOTAL1509100.0
25) Q.5b Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the federal budget deficit? (Q5B)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 31.8
2) Disapprove 59.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 8.6
TOTAL1509100.0
26) Q.5c Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the threat of terrorism? (Q5C)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 55.7
2) Disapprove 32.8
9) Don't know/Refused 11.5
TOTAL1509100.0
27) Q.6a Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Republican leaders in Congress are doing? (Q6A)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 22
2) Disapprove 69.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 8.8
TOTAL1509100.0
28) Q.6b Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Democratic leaders in Congress are doing? (Q6B)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 28.7
2) Disapprove 62.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 8.7
TOTAL1509100.0
29) Q.7a As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as trustworthy or NOT trustworthy? (Q7A)
TOTAL%
1) Trustworthy 59.3
2) Not trustworthy 36.6
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 1.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.1
TOTAL1509100.0
30) Q.7b As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as able to get things done or NOT able to get things done? (Q7B)
TOTAL%
1) Able to get things done 43.7
2) Not able to get things done 50.3
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 1.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.1
TOTAL1509100.0
31) Q.7c As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as a strong leader or NOT a strong leader? (Q7C)
TOTAL%
1) A strong leader 48.8
2) Not a strong leader 46.6
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 1.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.1
TOTAL1509100.0
32) Q.7d As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as someone who stands up for what he believes in or someone who DOESN'T stand up for what he believes in? (Q7D)
TOTAL%
1) Stands up for what he believes in 71.4
2) Doesn't stand up for what he believes in 22.1
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 1.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 5
TOTAL1509100.0
33) Q.7eF1 As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as warm and friendly or cold and aloof? (Q7EF1)
TOTAL%
1) Warm and friendly 70.5
2) Cold and aloof 22.4
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 2.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.5
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
34) Q.7fF1 As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as well informed or NOT well informed? (Q7FF2)
TOTAL%
1) Well informed 63
2) Not well informed 32.6
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) 1.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.7
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
35) Q.7gF2 As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as a good communicator or NOT a good communicator? (Q7GF2)
TOTAL%
1) A good communicator 74.7
2) Not a good communicator 22.1
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) .9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.2
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
36) Q.7hF2 As I read some opposite phrases, please tell me which one best reflects your impression of Barack Obama. (First,) does Barack Obama impress you as someone who cares about people like me or someone who DOESN'T care about people like me? (Q7HF2)
TOTAL%
1) Someone who cares about people like me 63.4
2) Someone who doesn't care about people like me 31.1
3) Neither particularly (volunteered) .9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.6
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
37) In dealing with Congress, do you think President Obama… [RANDOMIZE: Should go along with the Republicans more often [OR] Should challenge the Republicans more often] or is he handling this about right? (Q8)
TOTAL%
1) Should go along with the Republicans more often 25.1
2) Should challenge the Republicans more often 36.7
3) Is he handling this about right? 25.6
4) Neither (volunteered) 3.5
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 9
TOTAL1509100.0
38) Q.9a Now I'm going to ask you about some things that have happened in the U.S. and around the world over the last 50 years or so. For each event, please tell me if you happen to remember EXACTLY where you were OR EXACTLY what you were doing the MOMENT you head the news. Just tell me 'yes' if you do remember this and 'no' if you do not. If you were not old enough at the time to remember, just say so and we'll move on. First, do you happen to remember exactly where you were OR exactly what you were doing the MOMENT you heard about the killing of Osama bin Laden? (Q9A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 81.1
2) No, don't remember 18.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .1
TOTAL1509100.0
39) Q.9b How about September 11th terrorist attacks? (Q9B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 97.1
2) No, don't remember 2.9
TOTAL1509100.0
40) Q.9c How about the Oklahoma City bombing? (Q9C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 63.1
2) No, don't remember 34.3
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 2.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .5
TOTAL1509100.0
41) Q.9d Do you happen to remember exactly where you were or what you were doing the moment you heard about the fall of the Berlin Wall? (Q9D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 46
2) No, don't remember 41.8
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 11.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
Missing17 
TOTAL1492100.0
42) Q.9e How about the Challenger explosion? (Q9E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 68.9
2) No, don't remember 28.3
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 1.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.1
Missing125 
TOTAL1384100.0
43) Q.9g How about Richard Nixon's resignation? (Q9G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 43.4
2) No, don't remember 36.3
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 19.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
Missing140 
TOTAL1369100.0
44) Q. Do you happen to remember exactly where you were or what you were doing the moment you heard about Neil Armstrong walking on the moon? (Q9H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 57.8
2) No, don't remember 31.9
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 9.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
Missing331 
TOTAL1178100.0
45) Q.9i How about Martin Luther King's assassination? (Q9I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 51.1
2) No, don't remember 39.5
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 8.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
Missing412 
TOTAL1097100.0
46) Q.9j How about John F. Kennedy's assassination? (Q9J)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, remember where they were OR what they were doing 69.4
2) No, don't remember 26.3
3) Not old enough/Not born (volunteered) 3.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .4
Missing476 
TOTAL1033100.0
47) Q.16a Would you say your overall opinion of the Republican Party is very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable? (Q16A)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 4.6
2) Mostly favorable 29.5
3) Mostly unfavorable 31.7
4) Very unfavorable 27.5
5) Never heard of (volunteered) .2
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 4.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.6
TOTAL1509100.0
48) Q.16b Do you have a very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of the Democratic Party? (Q16B)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 9.2
2) Mostly favorable 33.6
3) Mostly unfavorable 29.4
4) Very unfavorable 20.8
5) Never heard of (volunteered) .1
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 4.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.4
TOTAL1509100.0
49) Q.16c Do you have a very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of Congress? (Q16C)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 4
2) Mostly favorable 20.6
3) Mostly unfavorable 40.1
4) Very unfavorable 29.6
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 4.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.5
TOTAL1509100.0
50) Q.16e Do you have a very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of labor unions? (Q16E)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 11.1
2) Mostly favorable 29.9
3) Mostly unfavorable 25.5
4) Very unfavorable 20.9
5) Never heard of (volunteered) 1
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 8.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.9
TOTAL1509100.0
51) Q.16f Do you have a very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of business corporations? (Q16F)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 7.2
2) Mostly favorable 31.3
3) Mostly unfavorable 31.1
4) Very unfavorable 20.9
5) Never heard of (volunteered) 1
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 5.5
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3
TOTAL1509100.0
52) Q.16g Do you have a very favorable, mostly favorable, mostly unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of The Tea Party movement? (Q16G)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable 11.4
2) Mostly favorable 24.7
3) Mostly unfavorable 20
4) Very unfavorable 23.2
5) Never heard of (volunteered) 5.3
8) Can't rate (volunteered) 11.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.8
TOTAL1509100.0
53) Q.17 Some people say they are basically content with the federal government, others say they are frustrated, and others say they are angry. Which of these best describes how you feel? (Q17)
TOTAL%
1) Basically content 11
2) Frustrated 60
3) Angry 26.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.7
TOTAL1509100.0
54) Q.18 How much of the time do you think you can trust the government in Washington to do what is right? Just about always, most of the time, or only some of the time? (Q18)
TOTAL%
1) Just about always 2.6
2) Most of the time 15.9
3) Only some of the time 72
4) Never (volunteered) 8.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.1
TOTAL1509100.0
55) Q.25 Thinking about the 2012 Presidential election… How much thought, if any, have you given to candidates who may be running for president in 2012? [READ IN ORDER] (Q25)
TOTAL%
1) A lot 27.5
2) Some 30.1
3) Not much 23.5
4) None at all 17.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.2
TOTAL1509100.0
56) Q.26 Looking ahead, would you like to see Barack Obama re-elected president in 2012 or would you prefer that a Republican candidate win the election? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS 'OTHER' OR 'SOMEONE ELSE,' PROBE ONCE: 'If you had to choose, would you like to see Barack Obama re-elected or would you prefer that a Republican candidate win the election?' (Q26)
TOTAL%
1) Obama re-elected 43.2
2) Prefer Republican 37.8
3) Other (volunteered) 6.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 12.3
TOTAL1509100.0
57) Q.27 Overall, what's your impression of the possible candidates running for the REPUBLICAN presidential nomination? AS A GROUP, would you say they are excellent candidates, good candidates, only fair candidates or poor candidates? (Q27)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent 4.1
2) Good 22.2
3) Only fair 38.9
4) Poor 23
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 11.8
TOTAL1509100.0
58) Q.28b Next, I'm going to read you a list of possible Republican presidential candidates. Not everyone will have heard of them. For each one that I name, please tell me whether or not you have heard of this person. Have you heard of Mitt Romney or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Mitt Romney for president? (Q28B)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 12
2) Have heard/ Some chance 29.1
3) Have heard/ No chance 31.9
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 3.9
5) Have not heard of 22.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
TOTAL1509100.0
59) Q.28c Have you heard of Newt Gingrich or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Newt Gingrich for president? (Q28C)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 5.9
2) Have heard/ Some chance 17.5
3) Have heard/ No chance 50.8
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 2.7
5) Have not heard of 22.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
TOTAL1509100.0
60) Q.28d Have you heard of Sarah Palin or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Sarah Palin for president? (Q28D)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 11.7
2) Have heard/ Some chance 18.4
3) Have heard/ No chance 60.1
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 2
5) Have not heard of 7.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
TOTAL1509100.0
61) Q.28e Have you heard of Rick Perry or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Rick Perry for president? (Q28E)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 12.2
2) Have heard/ Some chance 18.5
3) Have heard/ No chance 29.1
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 4.1
5) Have not heard of 35.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
TOTAL1509100.0
62) Q.28f Have you heard of Ron Paul or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Ron Paul for president? (Q28F)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 9.8
2) Have heard/ Some chance 18.8
3) Have heard/ No chance 35.3
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 3.3
5) Have not heard of 31.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .9
TOTAL1509100.0
63) Q.28g Have you heard of Michele Bachmann or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Michele Bachmann for president? (Q28G)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 10.3
2) Have heard/ Some chance 20.1
3) Have heard/ No chance 42.3
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 3.5
5) Have not heard of 23.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .5
TOTAL1509100.0
64) Q.28i Have you heard of Jon Huntsman or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Jon Huntsman for president? (Q28I)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 3.1
2) Have heard/ Some chance 8.7
3) Have heard/ No chance 19.3
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 2.5
5) Have not heard of 65.5
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .7
TOTAL1509100.0
65) Q.28j Have you heard of Rick Santorum or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Rick Santorum for president? (Q28J)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 3.9
2) Have heard/ Some chance 10.5
3) Have heard/ No chance 22.1
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 2.9
5) Have not heard of 60.5
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .2
TOTAL1509100.0
66) Q.28k Have you heard of Herman Cain or not? Is there a good chance, some chance, or no chance that you would vote for Herman Cain for president? (Q28K)
TOTAL%
1) Have heard/ Good chance 6.7
2) Have heard/ Some chance 8.4
3) Have heard/ No chance 18.7
4) Have heard/ Don't know if would vote for (volunteered) 1.7
5) Have not heard of 64.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .3
TOTAL1509100.0
67) Q.29 Apart from your opinions about the Republican candidates, which one do you think has the best chance of defeating Barack Obama next November? [OPEN END; RECORD FIRST MENTION ONLY.] [IF PERSON OFFERS MULTIPLE CANDIDATES, PROBE WITH: Which of those do you think has the best chance of defeating Obama?] (Q29)
TOTAL%
1) Michele Bachmann 6
2) Herman Cain 1.5
3) Newt Gingrich 3.3
4) Jon Huntsman 1.7
5) Sarah Palin 8.4
6) Ron Paul 3.7
7) Rick Perry 16.4
8) Mitt Romney 20.3
10) Rick Santorum 1.2
97) None (volunteered) 11
98) Other [SPECIFY] 1.5
99) Don't know/Refused 25
TOTAL1509100.0
68) Q29os (Q29OS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18
69) Congressional trial heat combined with leaners (CHEAT)
TOTAL%
1) Republican/lean Republican 44.5
2) Democrat/lean Democrat 48
3) Other/lean other (volunteered) 2
9) Don't know/No lean (volunteered) 5.5
Missing304 
TOTAL1205100.0
70) Q.30 Thinking about next year's congressional elections… If the elections for U.S. Congress were being held TODAY, would you vote for the Republican Party's candidate or the Democratic Party's candidate for Congress in your district? (Q30)
TOTAL%
1) Republican Party's candidate 37.4
2) Democratic Party's candidate 43.7
3) Other (volunteered) 2.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 16.2
TOTAL1509100.0
71) Q.30a As of TODAY, do you LEAN more to the Republican or the Democrat? (Q30A)
TOTAL%
1) Republican Party's candidate 24.4
2) Democratic Party's candidate 19.5
3) Other (volunteered) 8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 48.1
Missing1231 
TOTAL278100.0
72) Q.35 Next, if you were setting priorities for the federal government these days, would you place a higher priority on [OPTION] or a higher priority on [OPTION]? (Q35)
TOTAL%
1) Spending to help the economy recover 47.4
2) Reducing the budget deficit 46.1
9) [VOLUNTEERED DO NOT READ] Don't know/Refused 6.5
TOTAL1509100.0
73) Q.36 Thinking about the nation's economy… How would you rate economic conditions in this country today… as excellent, good, only fair, or poor? (Q36)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent 1.1
2) Good 5.7
3) Only fair 36.5
4) Poor 55.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .7
TOTAL1509100.0
74) Q.37 A year from now, do you expect that economic conditions in the country as a whole will be better than they are at present, or worse, or just about the same as now? (Q37)
TOTAL%
1) Better 29.2
2) Worse 18.4
3) Same 50.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.3
TOTAL1509100.0
75) Q.39 Thinking more generally… In dealing with important issues facing the country, are [RANDOMIZE; Barack Obama and Republican leaders in Congress, Republican leaders in Congress and Barack Obama] working together or not working together? (Q39)
TOTAL%
1) Working together 21.2
2) Not working together 75.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.6
TOTAL1509100.0
76) Q.40 IF 'NOT WORKING TOGETHER' who do you think is most to blame for them not working together? [READ AND RANDOMIZE] (Q40)
TOTAL%
1) Barack Obama [OR] 28.4
2) Republican leaders in Congress 49.8
3) Both (volunteered) 15.8
4) Neither (volunteered) .8
5) Other (SPECIFY) (volunteered) 1.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.8
Missing311 
TOTAL1198100.0
77) Q40os (Q40OS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18
78) Q.42a Now thinking about the positions of the parties these days… Would you say The Republican Party is very conservative, conservative, moderate, liberal, or very liberal? (Q42A)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative 19.7
2) Conservative 35.4
3) Moderate 21.8
4) Liberal 8
5) Very liberal 6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 9.3
TOTAL1509100.0
79) Q.42b Now thinking about the positions of the parties these days… Would you say The Democratic Party is very conservative, conservative, moderate, liberal, or very liberal? (Q42B)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative 3.7
2) Conservative 13.5
3) Moderate 26.1
4) Liberal 29.8
5) Very liberal 18.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 8.1
TOTAL1509100.0
80) Q.44 Are Republican leaders in Congress paying too much attention, too little attention, or the right amount of attention to the ideas and positions of the Tea Party? (Q44)
TOTAL%
1) Too much 29.5
2) Too little 31.1
3) Right amount 19.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 19.7
TOTAL1509100.0
81) Q.55F1 On a different subject, I have a few questions about the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon… Thinking back to that time, how much did the September 11th terrorist attack move you or affect you emotionally? [READ] (Q55F1)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal 74.8
2) Some 18
3) Not much 4.2
4) Not at all 2.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
82) Q.56F2 As a result of the September 11th terrorist attacks, has life in America changed in a major way, changed only a little bit, or is life in America basically the same as it was before the attacks? (Q56F2)
TOTAL%
1) Changed in a major way 60.9
2) Changed only a little bit 27.6
3) Basically the same 10.4
4) Other (volunteered) .4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
83) Q.58 Do you think that the September 11th terrorist attacks were the start of a major conflict between the people of America and Europe versus the people of Islam, or is it only a small conflict with a small, radical group? (Q58)
TOTAL%
1) Major conflict 35.1
2) Conflict with a small radical group 57.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 7.6
TOTAL1509100.0
84) Q.63F1 Overall, do you think the ability of terrorists to launch another major attack on the U.S. is greater, the same, or less than it was at the time of the September 11th terrorist attacks? (Q63F1)
TOTAL%
1) Greater 23.5
2) The same 38.6
3) Less 34.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.3
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
85) Q.64F1 So far, there has not been another terrorist attack in America since 2001. Is this mostly because [READ AND RANDOMIZE] (Q64F1)
TOTAL%
1) The government is doing a good job protecting the country 42.8
2) America is a difficult target for terrorists 15.6
3) America has been lucky so far 35
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 6.6
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
86) Q.65F2 In general, how well do you think the U.S. government is doing in reducing the threat of terrorism? [READ] (Q65F2)
TOTAL%
1) Very well 27.4
2) Fairly well 48.7
3) Not too well 15.8
4) Not at all well 6.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.8
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
87) Q.70F1 Thinking back to the time right after the September 11th attacks, do you approve or disapprove of the way George W. Bush dealt with the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington? (Q70F1)
TOTAL%
1) Approve 56.4
2) Disapprove 38.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 5.3
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
88) Q.76F2 In order to curb terrorism in this country, do you think it will be necessary for the average person to give up some civil liberties, or not? (Q76F2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, necessary 39.7
2) No, not necessary 54.1
9) Don't know/Refused (VOL.) 6.2
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
89) Q.77aF1 Do you favor or oppose the following measures to curb terrorism. First, requiring that all citizens carry a national identity card at all times to show to a police officer on request? (Q77AF1)
TOTAL%
1) Favor 56.7
2) Oppose 41.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.3
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
90) Q.77bF1 What about The U.S. government monitoring personal telephone calls and emails? (Q77BF1)
TOTAL%
1) Favor 29.3
2) Oppose 68.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.5
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
91) Q.77dF1 What about allowing airport personnel to do extra checks on passengers who appear to be of Middle-Eastern descent? (Q77DF1)
TOTAL%
1) Favor 53.2
2) Oppose 42.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.2
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
92) Q.77eF1 What about the U.S. government monitoring credit card purchases? (Q77EF1)
TOTAL%
1) Favor 42
2) Oppose 54.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.3
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
93) Q.78F2 Thinking back, do you think there is anything that the U.S. did wrong in its dealing with other countries that might have motivated the September 11th terrorist attacks, or not? (Q78F2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, U.S. wrongdoing may have motivated attacks 42.7
2) No 44.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 12.6
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
94) Q.79F2 Do you think the U.S. has killed or captured most of those responsible for the September 11th terrorist attacks, or don't you think so? (Q79F2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, has 44.7
2) No, has not 46.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 8.4
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
95) Q.81 Do you think the use of torture against suspected terrorists in order to gain important information can often be justified, sometimes be justified, rarely be justified, or never be justified? (Q81)
TOTAL%
1) Often justified 19.4
2) Sometimes justified 34.3
3) Rarely justified 17.9
4) Never justified 24.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.1
TOTAL1509100.0
96) Q.86F1 And finally thinking about the war in Iraq, in the long run, do you think the war in Iraq has increased the chances of terrorist attacks in the U.S., lessened the chances, or has made no difference? (Q86F1)
TOTAL%
1) Increased 31.2
2) Lessened 26.3
3) No difference 38.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.6
Missing732 
TOTAL777100.0
97) Q.87F2 And finally thinking about the war in Afghanistan, in the long run, do you think the war in Afghanistan has increased the chances of terrorist attacks in the U.S., lessened the chances, or has it made no difference? (Q87F2)
TOTAL%
1) Increased 37.5
2) Lessened 24.9
3) No difference 34.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.4
Missing777 
TOTAL732100.0
98) SEX. [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX:] (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male 48.9
2) Female 51.1
TOTAL1509100.0
99) AGE. What is your age? (AGE)
TOTAL%
18) 18 2.5
19) 19 2.4
20) 20 1.6
21) 21 1.8
22) 22 1.6
23) 23 1.8
24) 24 1.4
25) 25 2.4
26) 26 2.5
27) 27 1.5
28) 28 1.4
29) 29 1.3
30) 30 1.7
31) 31 1.9
32) 32 1.8
33) 33 2.9
34) 34 1.3
35) 35 1.9
36) 36 .9
37) 37 1.7
38) 38 1.5
39) 39 1.8
40) 40 1.9
41) 41 1.6
42) 42 1.5
43) 43 1.1
44) 44 1.8
45) 45 1.4
46) 46 1.1
47) 47 1.2
48) 48 2.1
49) 49 1.7
50) 50 3.2
51) 51 1.9
52) 52 2.3
53) 53 2.3
54) 54 2
55) 55 1.5
56) 56 1.3
57) 57 1.4
58) 58 2
59) 59 1.2
60) 60 1.5
61) 61 1.1
62) 62 1.4
63) 63 2
64) 64 1.8
65) 65 .9
66) 66 1
67) 67 1.1
68) 68 1.1
69) 69 .9
70) 70 1.5
71) 71 .9
72) 72 .7
73) 73 1
74) 74 .7
75) 75 1
76) 76 .5
77) 77 .6
78) 78 .4
79) 79 .4
80) 80 .9
81) 81 .3
82) 82 .3
83) 83 .2
84) 84 .2
85) 85 .6
86) 86 .3
87) 87 .2
88) 88 .3
89) 89 .1
90) 90 0
91) 91 .1
92) 92 .1
93) 93 0
94) 94 0
95) 95 0
96) 96 0
99) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.1
TOTAL1509100.0
100) EDUC. What is the last grade or class that you completed in school? [DO NOT READ] (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) None or grades one to eight 3.6
2) High school incomplete (grades nine-11) 7.5
3) High school graduate (grade 12 or GED certificate) 31.7
4) Technical, trade, or vocational school AFTER high school 4.1
5) Some college, associate degree, no four-year degree 24.3
6) College graduate (B.S., B.A., or other four-year degree) 16.4
7) Post-graduate training or professional schooling after college 12.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .3
TOTAL1509100.0
101) HISP4. Are you of Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican or Cuban? (HISP4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes 12.2
2) No 87.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
TOTAL1509100.0
102) RACE 1. (FIRST MENTION) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply. (RACE1M1)
TOTAL%
1) White 76.6
2) Black or African-American 13.2
3) Asian or Asian-American 2.4
4) Some other race 6.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.5
TOTAL1509100.0
103) RACE1. (SECOND MENTION) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply. (RACE1M2)
TOTAL%
2) Black or African-American 50.7
3) Asian or Asian-American 6
4) Some other race 43.3
Missing1491 
TOTAL18100.0
104) RACE1. (THIRD MENTION) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply. (RACE1M3)
TOTAL%
4) Some other race 100
Missing1506 
TOTAL3100.0
105) RACEOTH And how would you described your race? [OPEN END; RECORD VERBATIM RESPONSE] (RACEOTH)
TOTAL%
1) Answer given 94.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 5.2
Missing1427 
TOTAL82100.0
106) Combining Race (RACECMB)
TOTAL%
1) White 75.5
2) Black 13.1
3) Asian 2.4
4) Mixed race 1.3
5) Some other race 6.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.5
TOTAL1509100.0
107) Race/Ethnicity (RACETHN)
TOTAL%
1) White, non-Hispanic 68.7
2) Black, non-Hispanic 11.7
3) Hispanic 12.2
4) Other 6.3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.1
TOTAL1509100.0
108) RELIG. What is your present religion, if any? Are you Protestant, Roman Catholic, Mormon, Orthodox (such as Greek or Russian Orthodox), Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, atheist, agnostic, something else, or nothing in particular? (RELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (Baptist, Methodist, non-denominational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, etc.) 39.7
2) Roman Catholic (Catholic) 21.4
3) Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/LDS) 1.9
4) Orthodox (Greek, Russian, or some other Orthodox church) .6
5) Jewish (Judaism) 2.2
6) Muslim (Islam) .6
7) Buddhist .3
8) Hindu .5
9) Atheist (do not believe in God) 2.2
10) Agnostic (not sure if there is a God) 3.2
11) Something else (volunteered/specify) 1.9
12) Nothing in particular 12.7
13) Christian (volunteered) 11.6
14) Unitarian (Universalist) (volunteered) .1
99) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.1
TOTAL1509100.0
109) CHR. Do you think of yourself as a Christian or not? (CHR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes 57
2) No 35.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 7.2
Missing1446 
TOTAL63100.0
110) BORN. Would you describe yourself as a 'born again' or evangelical Christian, or not? (BORN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, would 42.1
2) No, would not 53.6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 4.3
Missing318 
TOTAL1191100.0
111) ATTEND. Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services - more than once a week, once a week, once or twice a month, a few times a year, seldom, or never? (ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week 10.6
2) Once a week 24.8
3) Once or twice a month 15.6
4) A few times a year 18.8
5) Seldom 16.9
6) Never 12.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.3
TOTAL1509100.0
112) INCOME. Last year, that is in 2010, what was your total family income from all sources, before taxes? Just stop me when I get to the right category. [READ] (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,000 9.7
2) 10 to under $20,000 12.4
3) 20 to under $30,000 11.4
4) 30 to under $40,000 9.6
5) 40 to under $50,000 7.6
6) 50 to under $75,000 15
7) 75 to under $100,000 9.7
8) 100 to under $150,000 8.3
9) $150,000 or more 5.7
10) Don't know/Refused 10.5
TOTAL1509100.0
113) REGIST. Are you NOW registered to vote in your precinct or election district or haven't you been able to register so far? (REGIST)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, registered 75.9
2) No, not registered 23.8
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .3
TOTAL1509100.0
114) REGICERT. Are you absolutely certain that you are registered to vote, or is there a chance that your registration has lapsed because you moved or for some other reason? (REGICERT)
TOTAL%
1) Absolutely certain 95.1
2) Chance registration has lapsed 4.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
Missing252 
TOTAL1257100.0
115) PARTY. In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or independent (PARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Republican 23.8
2) Democrat 30.1
3) Independent 39.9
4) No preference (volunteered) 3.2
5) Other party (volunteered) .3
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.8
TOTAL1509100.0
116) PARTYLN. As of today do you lean more to the Republican Party or more to the Democratic Party? (PARTYLN)
TOTAL%
1) Republican 36
2) Democrat 38.7
9) Don't know/Refused (VOL.) 25.3
Missing843 
TOTAL666100.0
117) REPJOB. ASK REPUBLICANS AND REPUBLICAN LEANERS ONLY (PARTY =1 OR PARTYLN=1): How good a job is the Republican Party doing these days in standing up for its traditional positions on things such as reducing the size of government, cutting taxes, and promoting conservative social values? In general, would you say the party is doing an excellent job, a good job, only a fair job or a poor job? (REPJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent 3.1
2) Good 35.6
3) Only fair 48.7
4) Poor 10.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.1
Missing844 
TOTAL665100.0
118) DEMJOB. ASK DEMOCRATS AND DEMOCRATIC LEANERS ONLY (PARTY=2 OR PARTYLN=2): How good a job is the Democratic Party doing these days in standing up for its traditional positions on such things as protecting the interests of minorities, helping the poor and needy, and representing working people? In general, would you say the party is doing an excellent job, a good job, only a fair job or a poor job? (DEMJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent 5.9
2) Good 31.9
3) Only fair 47.1
4) Poor 13.9
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.2
Missing819 
TOTAL690100.0
119) IDEO. In general, would you describe your political views as…[READ] (IDEO)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative 6.7
2) Conservative 31.3
3) Moderate 37.7
4) Liberal 14.5
5) Very liberal 6
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 3.8
TOTAL1509100.0
120) TEAPARTY2. From what you know, do you agree or disagree with the Tea Party movement, or don't you have an opinion either way? (TEAPARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Agree 20.1
2) Disagree 27.3
3) No opinion either way 50.2
8) Haven't heard of (volunteered) 1.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.4
TOTAL1509100.0
121) PVOTE08A. In the 2008 presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain, did things come up that kept you from voting, or did you happen to vote? (PVOTE08A)
TOTAL%
1) Voted 71.7
2) Did not vote (includes too young to vote) 27.4
8) Don't remember if votes (volunteered) .6
9) Refused (volunteered) .3
TOTAL1509100.0
122) PVOTE08B. ASK IF YES (PVOTEW08A=1): Did you vote for Obama, McCain, or someone else? (PVOTE08B)
TOTAL%
1) Obama 53.1
2) McCain 35.5
3) Other candidate 6.1
4) Don't remember which candidate (volunteered) .3
9) Refused (volunteered) 4.9
Missing295 
TOTAL1214100.0
123) VET1. Have you or has anyone in your household ever served in the U.S. military or the military services? [IF YES: Is that you or someone else?] (VET1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, self 11.8
2) Yes, someone else in household 23.4
3) Yes, both 1.5
4) No, nobody in household has served 62.5
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .6
TOTAL1509100.0
124) VET2a Did [IF VET1=2:that person] [IF VET1=3:you or that person] serve in the military or military reserves since Sept. 11, 2001? (VET2A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, self 4.8
2) Yes, someone else in household 21
3) Yes, both 1.2
4) No, nobody in household has served since Sept. 11, 2001 72.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .8
Missing879 
TOTAL630100.0
125) HH1. How many people, including yourself, live in your household? (HH1)
TOTAL%
1) 1 15.7
2) 2 31
3) 3 20
4) 4 16.8
5) 5 7.9
6) 6 4.2
7) 7 1.3
8) 8 .8
9) 9 .3
10) 10 .3
99) Don't know/refused 1.6
TOTAL1509100.0
126) HH2. How many of these are children under the age of 18? (HH2)
TOTAL%
0) 0 54.6
1) 1 17.9
2) 2 15.8
3) 3 7.9
4) 4 2.2
5) 5 .6
6) 6 .5
7) 7 .2
8) 8 .2
99) Don't know/refused .1
Missing341 
TOTAL1168100.0
127) L1. Now thinking about your telephone use, do you have a working cell phone? (QL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, have cell phone 71.3
2) No, do not 28.4
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .3
Missing604 
TOTAL905100.0
128) L1a. Does anyone in your household have a working cell phone? (QL1A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, someone in household has cell phone 45.7
2) No 52
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 2.3
Missing1400 
TOTAL109100.0
129) C1. Now thinking about your telephone use, is there at least one telephone INSIDE your home that is currently working and is not a cell phone? (QC1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, home telephone 41.3
2) No, home telephone 58.2
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) .5
Missing905 
TOTAL604100.0
130) LC2. Of all the telephone calls that you receive, do you get [READ AND RANDOMIZE OPTIONS 1 AND 3_KEEP 2 ALWAYS IN THE MIDDLE]? (LC2)
TOTAL%
1) All or almost all calls on a cell phone 22.7
2) Some on a cell phone and some on a regular home phone 34.3
3) All or almost all calls on a regular home phone 41.7
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.3
Missing1324 
TOTAL185100.0
131) LC3. Now thinking about all the people in your household, including yourself, of all the telephone calls that your household receives, are [READ AND RANDOMIZE OPTIONS 1 AND 3 KEEP 2 ALWAYS IN THE MIDDLE]? (LC3)
TOTAL%
1) All or almost all calls on a cell phone 31.6
2) Some on a cell phone and some on a regular home phone 43.8
3) All or almost all calls on a regular home phone 23.1
9) Don't know/Refused (volunteered) 1.5
Missing592 
TOTAL917100.0
132) MONEY2. That's the end of the interview. If you would like to be reimbursed for you cell phone minutes, we can send you $5, I will need your full name and a mailing address where we can send you the money? (MONEY2)
TOTAL%
1) Gave information 40.1
9) Respondent does not want the money (volunteered) 59.9
Missing905 
TOTAL604100.0
133) Household phone use by call type (PHONEUSE)
TOTAL%
1) Landline only 9.1
2) Dual/few, some cell 42.3
3) Dual/most cell 18.7
4) Cell phone only 29.4
5) Landline, don't know if cell .2
6) Cell, don't know if landline .2
TOTAL1509100.0
134) Weight for landline plus cell phone only sample (COWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL11735.842.81
135) Weight for landline sample (LLWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL9058.245.64
136) Final weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL15093.4672.187
137) PARTY. In politics TODAY, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat, or independent (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Republican 25.4
2) Democrat 32
3) Independent 42.6
Missing77 
TOTAL1432100.0
138) AGE. What is your age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-29 22.3
2) 30-39 17.4
3) 40-39 15.5
4) 40-49 26.9
5) 65+ 18
TOTAL1509100.0
139) SEX. [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX:] (For use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male 48.9
2) Female 51.1
TOTAL1509100.0
140) EDUC. What is the last grade or class that you completed in school? [DO NOT READ] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school diploma 11.1
2) High school graduate or GED 31.8
3) Technical, trade, or vacation school after high school, some college, or associate degree 28.4
4) College graduate (B.S., B.A., or other four-year degree) 16.4
5) Post-graduate training or professional schooling after college 12.3
Missing5 
TOTAL1504100.0
141) RELIG. What is your present religion, if any? Are you Protestant, Roman Catholic, Mormon, Orthodox (such as Greek or Russian Orthodox), Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, atheist, agnostic, something else, or nothing in particular? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (Baptist, Methodist, non-denominational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, etc.) or Christian (volunteered) 51.8
2) Roman Catholic (Catholic) 21.6
3) Other 8.3
4) Atheist (do not believe in God) or agnostic (not sure if there is a God) 5.4
5) Nothing in particular 12.8
Missing18 
TOTAL1491100.0