PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, June 2011

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All frequencies weighted by 46) WEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. - Does not report all their income on their taxes (q1aQ1A) (RPTTAXES)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem34434.4
2) Very serious moral problem47147.1
3) Somewhat serious moral problem12912.9
4) Not too serious moral problem323.2
5) Not at all serious moral problem161.6
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)8.8
TOTAL1000100.0
2) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Takes a bribe (q1bQ1B) (BRIBES)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem49349.3
2) Very serious moral problem42142.1
3) Somewhat serious moral problem565.6
4) Not too serious moral problem6.6
5) Not at all serious moral problem141.4
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)111.1
TOTAL1001100.0
3) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Uses their office to enrich their family or friends (q1cQ1C) (ENRICH)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem33633.6
2) Very serious moral problem42542.5
3) Somewhat serious moral problem14414.4
4) Not too serious moral problem383.8
5) Not at all serious moral problem272.7
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)303
TOTAL1000100.0
4) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Sends sexually explicit messages to someone who is not their spouse (q1dQ1D) (EXPLICIT)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem31731.7
2) Very serious moral problem35135.1
3) Somewhat serious moral problem17517.5
4) Not too serious moral problem848.4
5) Not at all serious moral problem515.1
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)222.2
TOTAL1000100.0
5) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Has sex with a prostitute(q1eQ1E) (SEXPROST)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem33333.3
2) Very serious moral problem33133.1
3) Somewhat serious moral problem15915.9
4) Not too serious moral problem939.3
5) Not at all serious moral problem616.1
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)242.4
TOTAL1001100.0
6) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Lies to cover up an immoral sex act (q1fQ1F) (SEXLIES)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem38738.7
2) Very serious moral problem38038
3) Somewhat serious moral problem12412.4
4) Not too serious moral problem545.4
5) Not at all serious moral problem343.4
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)212.1
TOTAL1000100.0
7) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Commits adultery, that is, cheats on her husband (q1gQ1G) (ADLTRYF)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem14530
2) Very serious moral problem18838.9
3) Somewhat serious moral problem8617.8
4) Not too serious moral problem367.5
5) Not at all serious moral problem214.3
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)71.4
Missing501 
TOTAL483100.0
8) Thinking about elected officials…As I read a list of personal behavior, please tell me how serious a moral problem you believe it is when an elected official does any of the following. -Commits adultery, that is, cheats on his wife (q1hQ1H) (ADLTRYM)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely serious moral problem17734.2
2) Very serious moral problem19637.9
3) Somewhat serious moral problem7314.1
4) Not too serious moral problem346.6
5) Not at all serious moral problem234.4
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)142.7
Missing505 
TOTAL517100.0
9) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Does not report all their income on their taxes (q2aQ2A) (RESTAXES)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign69084.7
2) No, should not resign9411.5
98) Depends (Vol.)242.9
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)7.9
Missing169 
TOTAL815100.0
10) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Takes a bribe (q2bQ2B) (RESBRIBE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign86795
2) No, should not resign293.2
98) Depends (Vol.)91
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)8.9
Missing54 
TOTAL913100.0
11) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Uses their office to enrich their family and friends (q2cQ2C) (RESENRIC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign69391.2
2) No, should not resign526.8
98) Depends (Vol.)152
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)00
Missing176 
TOTAL760100.0
12) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Sends sexually explicit messages to someone who is not their spouse (q2dQ2D) (RESEXPL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign56384.3
2) No, should not resign7511.2
98) Depends (Vol.)294.3
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)1.1
Missing306 
TOTAL668100.0
13) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Has sex with a prostitute (q2eQ2E) (RESPROST)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign54882.5
2) No, should not resign7611.4
98) Depends (Vol.)304.5
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)101.5
Missing342 
TOTAL664100.0
14) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Lies to cover up an immoral sex act (q2fQ2F) (RESSXLIE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign67988.4
2) No, should not resign557.2
98) Depends (Vol.)283.6
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)6.8
Missing210 
TOTAL768100.0
15) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Commits adultery, that is, cheats on her husband (q2gQ2G) (RESADLYF)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign25977.5
2) No, should not resign5817.4
98) Depends (Vol.)123.6
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)51.5
Missing658 
TOTAL334100.0
16) And do you think that an official who…should resign from office or not? What about an official who… -Commits adultery, that is, cheats on his wife (q2hQ2H) (RESADLYM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should resign29378.6
2) No, should not resign6818.2
98) Depends (Vol.)123.2
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)00
Missing645 
TOTAL373100.0
17) Do you think an elected official who commits an immoral act in their personal life can still behave ethically and fulfill their duties in their public and professional life? (q3 Q3) (PRIVPUB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43843.8
2) No44244.2
98) Depends (Vol.)10010
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)202
TOTAL1000100.0
18) Should elected officials be held to higher moral standards than people in other professions? (q4 Q4) (OFFSTAND)
TOTAL%
1) Yes61161.1
2) No35035
98) Depends (Vol.)252.5
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)141.4
TOTAL1000100.0
19) Thinking generally about the moral behavior of elected officials, do you think they behave better than they did in the past, worse than they did in the past or about the same as in the past? (q5 Q5) (MORALNOW)
TOTAL%
1) Behave better565.6
2) Behave worse27727.7
3) Behave about the same64564.6
99) Don't know (Vol.)212.1
TOTAL999100.0
20) What is your religion, if any? Are you Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Mormon, Muslim, something else or nothing in particular? (RELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant37737.7
2) Catholic20720.7
3) Jewish161.6
4) Mormon222.2
5) Muslim3.3
6) Christian or 'just Christian'11411.4
7) Unitarian/Universalist1.1
8) Hindu4.4
9) Buddhist1.1
95) Something else141.4
98) Nothing particular21921.9
99) Refused232.3
TOTAL1001100.0
21) Would you describe yourself as 'born again' or evangelical Christian, or not? (BORN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27855.2
2) No21843.3
99) Refused81.6
Missing486 
TOTAL504100.0
22) Unique respondent identifier (QNO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1000248006051.844087.65
23) Cased ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10006051.844087.65
24) Gender (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male49849.8
2) Female50250.2
TOTAL1000100.0
25) Are you the male/female head of this household? (S1) (HEADHH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes86586.6
2) No12712.7
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)7.7
TOTAL999100.0
26) Are you currently…? (S1A) (EMPLOY)
TOTAL%
1) Employed full time39839.8
2) Employed part time919.1
3) Self employed555.5
4) Retired23223.2
5) Not currently employed979.7
6) Student606
7) Homemaker646.4
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)4.4
TOTAL1001100.0
27) In politics, as of today, do you consider yourself a Republican, a Democrat, or an Independent? (SP1) (PARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Republican26226.2
2) Democrat29929.9
3) Independent36336.3
98) Other party242.4
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)525.2
TOTAL1000100.0
28) As of today, do you lean more to the Democrat Party or the Republican Party? (SP2) (PARTYLN)
TOTAL%
1) Republican13129.8
2) Democrat15334.9
98) Neither/Other12127.6
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)347.7
Missing565 
TOTAL439100.0
29) Political Party Identification (SP2A) (PARTYFUL)
TOTAL%
1) Republican26226.2
2) Independent-lean Republican13113.1
3) Independent10110.1
4) Independent-lean Democrat15315.3
5) Democrat29929.9
98) Other party303
99) Don't know/Refused (Vol.)242.4
TOTAL1000100.0
30) What is your occupation? (S2) (OCCUP)
TOTAL%
1) White collar - professional, managerial, owner25046
2) White collar - sales, clerical9818
3) Blue collar - craftsmen/Foremen6311.6
4) Blue collar - semiskilled, unskilled6612.2
5) Service worker478.7
199) Refused/Nr (Vol.)193.5
Missing531 
TOTAL543100.0
31) What is your current marital status? Are you…? (S3) (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married52152.1
2) Living as married232.3
3) Single and never been married24424.4
4) Divorced939.3
5) Separated181.8
6) Widowed888.8
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)131.3
TOTAL1000100.0
32) Do you own or rent the dwelling in which you live? (S3B) (OWN)
TOTAL%
1) Own72572.6
2) Rent21721.7
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)575.7
TOTAL999100.0
33) Altogether, including you and any others, how many people regularly live in this household? (S4) (HHNUM)
TOTAL%
1) One17317.3
2) Two32232.2
3) Three16016
4) Four18418.4
5) Five999.9
6) Six171.7
7) Seven222.2
8) Eight5.5
9) Nine00
10) Ten or more3.3
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)141.4
TOTAL999100.0
34) Are there any children living in your household under six years of age? (S5A) (CHILD6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15719.3
2) No65580.6
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)1.1
Missing238 
TOTAL813100.0
35) Are there any children living in your household aged six through eleven? (S5B) (CHILD11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16720.5
2) No64379.1
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)3.4
Missing238 
TOTAL813100.0
36) Are there any children living in your household aged twelve through seventeen (S6) (CHILD17)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20725.5
2) No60474.4
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)1.1
Missing238 
TOTAL812100.0
37) What was the last grade in school you completed? (S7) (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) 8th grade or less181.8
2) High school incomplete (grades 9, 10, 11)888.8
3) High school complete (grade 12)32032
4) Some college, but no degree20720.7
5) Associate's degree676.7
6) College graduate/Bachelor's degree18618.6
7) Postgraduate degree, such as Master's, Ph.D., M.D., J.D.10310.3
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)121.2
TOTAL1001100.0
38) What is your age (S8) (AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-20595.9
2) 21-24505
3) 25-29646.4
4) 30-3411011
5) 35-39929.2
6) 40-44858.5
7) 45-49959.5
8) 50-5410810.8
9) 55-59777.7
10) 60-64848.4
11) 65-69545.4
12) 70-74494.9
13) 75 or older727.2
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)2.2
TOTAL1001100.0
39) Are you Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino? (S9A) (HISP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12112.1
2) No86186.1
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)181.8
TOTAL1000100.0
40) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply- Mention 01 (S9) (RACE1)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian76676.6
2) Black/African-American11711.7
3) Asian/Asian-American101
4) Some other race797.9
99) Refused/Nr (Vol.)282.8
TOTAL1000100.0
41) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply- Mention 02 (S9) (RACE2)
TOTAL%
2) Black/African-American818.2
3) Asian/Asian-American12.3
4) Some other race3579.5
Missing968 
TOTAL44100.0
42) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply-Mention 03 (S9) (RACE3)
TOTAL%
4) Some other race00
Missing1005 
TOTAL0100.0
43) Was your TOTAL household income BEFORE taxes for 2010 less than $50,000 or $50,000 or more? (S10) (INC1)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $50,00044144.1
2) $50,000 or more45145.1
99) Don't know/Refused/Nr (Vol.)10810.8
TOTAL1000100.0
44) TOTAL household income BEFORE taxes for 2010 less than $50,000? (S10A) (INC2)
TOTAL%
1) Under $25,00019043.1
2) $25,000 but less than $30,0007216.3
3) $30,000 but less than $35,0004911.1
4) $35,000 but less than $40,000398.8
5) $40,000 but less than $50,0006815.4
99) Refused [unspecified after less than $50,000] (Vol.)235.2
Missing614 
TOTAL441100.0
45) TOTAL household income BEFORE taxes for 2010 $50,000 or more? (S10B) (INC3)
TOTAL%
1) $50,000 but less than $60,0008719.2
2) $60,000 but less than $75,0009420.8
3) $75,000 but less than $100,0008218.1
4) $100,000 but less than $125,0006313.9
5) $125,000 or more8619
99) Refused [unspecified after $125,000 or more] (Vol.)408.8
Missing495 
TOTAL452100.0
46) Weights With Education (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0.9940.835
47) Time zone (TIMEZONE)
TOTAL%
5) Eastern Standard Time48548.5
6) Central Standard Time28728.7
7) Mountain Standard Time656.5
8) Pacific Standard Time16316.3
TOTAL1000100.0
48) State (STATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
49) Metro/Non-Metro (METRO)
TOTAL%
1) In Center City of Metropolitan Area27727.7
2) Outside Center City, Inside Center City County19519.5
3) Inside Suburban County of Metropolitan Area23223.2
4) In Metropolitan Area with No Center City515.1
5) In Non-Metropolitan Area24624.6
TOTAL1001100.0
50) Division (DIVISION)
TOTAL%
1) New England515.1
2) Middle Atlantic13613.6
3) East North Central14214.2
4) West North Central828.2
5) South Atlantic19019
6) East South Central686.8
7) West South Central11011
8) Mountain757.5
9) Pacific14614.6
TOTAL1000100.0
51) ADI (ADI)
TOTAL%
3) Boston (Derry, Manchester & Worcester)131.3
9) New York (Kingston & Poughkeepsie)535.3
11) Philadelphia (Alntn, Atlc City, Bthlm, Rdng, Vinldn, Wldwd)252.5
13) Los Angeles (Barstow, Corona & San Bernardino-Ontario)636.3
15) San Diego9.9
17) Snta Brbra-Snta Maria-Sn Luis Obispo (Oxnard)3.3
19) Washington, D.C.222.2
21) Baltimore9.9
23) Salisbury00
25) Hartford-New Haven (New London)141.4
29) Pittsburgh141.4
31) Youngstown5.5
33) Johnstown-Altoona2.2
35) Cleveland (Akron, Canton, Mansfield & Sandusky)121.2
39) El Centro-Yuma1.1
43) Harrisburg-York-Lancaster-Lebanon9.9
47) Providence-New Bedford131.3
51) Chicago (La Salle)161.6
53) South Bend-Elkhart1.1
55) Toledo8.8
57) Detroit8.8
59) Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek (Muskegon)8.8
61) Lansing (Ann Arbor)1.1
63) Flint-Saginaw-Bay City2.2
65) San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose (Santa Rosa & Vallejo)171.7
67) Sacramento-Stockton3.3
69) Salina-Monterey2.2
71) Fresno-Visalia (Hanford & Visalia- Porterville)7.7
73) Bakersfield3.3
75) St. Louis (Mt. Vernon)3.3
77) Springfield-Decatur-Champaign1.1
83) Indianapolis (Marion, IN)121.2
85) Lafayette, IN3.3
87) Terre Haute2.2
91) Ft. Wayne (Angola)2.2
93) Cincinnati6.6
95) Dayton (Richmond, IN)6.6
101) Lima1.1
103) Wheeling-Steubenville3.3
105) Seattle-Tacoma (Bellingham & Wenatchee)141.4
107) Minneapolis-St. Paul (St. Cloud)272.7
109) Dallas-Ft. Worth161.6
111) Milwaukee (Kenosha & Racine)111.1
113) Madison2.2
115) Wausau-Rhinelander5.5
117) La Crosse-Eau Claire1.1
121) Columbus, OH (Chillicothe)7.7
123) Portland-Poland Spring1.1
125) Zanesville2.2
127) Miami-Fr. Lauderdale (Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood)6.6
129) West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce-Vero Beach3.3
131) Tampa-St. Petersburg (Lakeland)111.1
133) Ft. Myers-Naples2.2
135) Buffalo (Jamestown)7.7
139) Rochester, NY5.5
140) Elmira1.1
141) Syracuse6.6
143) Wilkes Barre-Scranton9.9
145) Binghamton3.3
147) Erie2.2
149) Albany-Schenectady-Troy2.2
151) Burlington-Plattsburgh (Hartford, VT)2.2
153) Watertown-Carthage3.3
155) Utica3.3
157) Kansas City (Lawrence)111.1
161) Presque Isle1.1
165) Rochester-Mason City- Austin1.1
173) Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Dubuque3.3
177) Davenprt-Rock Islnd-Moline: Quad City (Burlington, IA)1.1
179) Memphis (Holly Springs)5.5
181) Nashville9.9
183) Jackson, TN2.2
185) Hunstville-Decatur-Florence5.5
187) Paducah-Cp Giradeau-Harrsbrg-Marion3.3
195) Bowling Green (Campbellsville)2.2
197) Atlanta (Athens & Rome)131.3
199) Chattanooga (Cleveland, TN)1.1
201) Houston8.8
203) Austin, TX1.1
205) Waco-Temple-Bryan2.2
207) Evansville (Madisonville)4.4
209) Louisville101
211) Lexington (Beattyville, Danville & Hazard)00
213) Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville (Taccoa)111.1
215) Knoxville (Crossville & Jellico)3.3
216) Macon00
217) Bristl-Kngsprt-Johnsn Cty; Tri Cities6.6
219) Macon1.1
221) Birmingham (Gadsen)6.6
227) Quincy-Hannibal1.1
229) Columbia-Jefferson City2.2
233) Portland, OR5.5
235) Eugene4.4
237) Medford3.3
241) Denver121.2
243) Colorado Spings-Pueblo4.4
245) New Orleans8.8
247) Beaumont-Port Arthur1.1
249) Baton Rouge3.3
253) Lafayette, LA1.1
255) Alexandria, LA1.1
257) Charleston-Huntington3.3
259) Parkersburg2.2
261) Clarksburg-Weston3.3
263) Oklahoma City9.9
269) Tulsa (Bartlesville)6.6
271) San Antonia-Victoria Eagle Pass & Kerrville141.4
275) Phoenix (Kingman & Prescott)7.7
277) Tuscon3.3
279) Charlotte (Hickory)171.7
281) Greenboro-Winston-Salem-High Point (Burlington, NC)181.8
283) Norfolk-Portsmith-Newport News-Hamptn111.1
285) Richmond5.5
291) Salt Lake City (Cedar City)151.5
293) Twin Falls3.3
295) Idaho Falls-Pocatello3.3
299) Great Falls1.1
301) Omaha8.8
303) Des Moines6.6
307) Wichita-Hutchinson4.4
313) Topeka2.2
315) Green Bay-Appleton (Suring)6.6
317) Marquette1.1
319) Little Rock4.4
321) Shreveport-Texarkana6.6
323) Tyler-Longview-Jacksonville5.5
325) Ft. Smith5.5
327) Monroe-El Dorado00
329) Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne (Leesburg)3.3
331) Lincoln-Hastings-Kearney2.2
335) Jacksonville (Brunswick)2.2
337) Spokane9.9
339) Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick3.3
342) Missoula00
345) Roanoke-Lynchburg2.2
347) Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill1.1
351) Raleigh-Durham (Fayetteville, Goldsboro & Rocky Mount)121.2
353) Greenville-New Bern-Washington (Morehead City)2.2
355) Milmington1.1
359) Florence-Myrtle Beach1.1
361) Columbia, SC3.3
363) Biloxi-Gulfport-Pascagoula00
367) Albuquerque (Hobbs)101
371) El Paso (Las Cruces)4.4
373) Jackson, MS2.2
377) Meridian4.4
379) Laurel-Hattiesburg00
383) Mobile-Pensacola (Ft. Walton Beach)5.5
385) North Platte1.1
389) Sioux Falls-Mitchell1.1
391) Sioux City2.2
393) Fargo3.3
403) Amarillo2.2
405) Wichita Falls-Lawton2.2
409) Columbus, GA (Opelika)3.3
412) Montgomery-Selma2.2
413) Tallahassee-Thomasville (Bainbridge)1.1
415) Dothan4.4
419) Albany, GA (Cordele)1.1
421) Augusta6.6
423) Charleston, SC4.4
425) Savannah (Baxley)3.3
427) Springfield, MO5.5
429) Joplin-Pittsburg1.1
433) Corpus Christi5.5
435) McAllen-Brownsville; Lrgv5.5
437) Lubbock1.1
439) Odessa-Midland1.1
445) Boise2.2
448) Columbus-Tupelo (West Point)2.2
451) Traverse City-Cadillac1.1
455) Las Vegas2.2
459) Reno5.5
462) Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson-Glendive3.3
465) Cheyenne-Scottsbluff-(Sterling)1.1
469) Rapid City2.2
471) Casper-Riverton1.1
473) Grand Junction-Durango1.1
577) Palm Springs00
591) Bend1.1
601) Hagerstown (Martinsburg)1.1
603) Manniston1.1
627) Alpena1.1
TOTAL997100.0
52) DMA (DMA)
TOTAL%
500) Portland-Auburn1.1
501) New York535.3
502) Binghamton3.3
503) Macon1.1
504) Philadelphia252.5
505) Detroit8.8
506) Boston131.3
507) Savannah3.3
508) Pittsburgh131.3
509) Fort Wayne2.2
510) Cleveland121.2
511) Washington,D.C.222.2
512) Baltimore9.9
513) Flint-Saginaw-Bay City2.2
514) Buffalo7.7
515) Cincinnati6.6
516) Erie2.2
517) Charlotte171.7
518) Greensboro-H.Point-Winston Salem181.8
519) Charleston, SC4.4
520) Augusta6.6
521) Providence-New Bedford131.3
522) Columbus, GA3.3
523) Burlington-Plattsburgh2.2
524) Atlanta131.3
525) Albany, GA1.1
526) Utica3.3
527) Indianapolis121.2
528) Miami-Fort Lauderdale6.6
529) Louisville101
530) Tallahassee1.1
531) Tri-Cities, TN-VA6.6
532) Albany-Schenectady-Troy2.2
533) Hartford-New Haven141.4
534) Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbrn3.3
535) Columbus, OH7.7
536) Youngstown5.5
538) Rochester5.5
539) Tampa-Saint Pete-Sarasota111.1
540) Traverse City-Cadillac1.1
541) Lexington00
542) Dayton6.6
544) Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News111.1
545) Greenville-N. Bern-Washington2.2
546) Columbia, SC3.3
547) Toledo8.8
548) West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce3.3
549) Watertown3.3
550) Wilmington00
551) Lansing1.1
552) Presque Isle1.1
553) Marquette1.1
554) Wheeling-Steubenville3.3
555) Syracuse6.6
556) Richmond-Petersburg5.5
557) Knoxville3.3
558) Lima1.1
559) Bluefield-Beckley-Oak Hill1.1
560) Raleigh-Durham121.2
561) Jacksonville, Brunswick2.2
563) Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek8.8
564) Charleston-Huntington3.3
565) Elmira1.1
566) Harrisburg-Lancaster-Lebanon-York101
567) Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville-And111.1
570) Florence-Myrtle Beach2.2
571) Fort Myers-Naples2.2
573) Roanoke-Lynchburg2.2
574) Johnstown-Altoona2.2
575) Chattanooga1.1
576) Salisbury00
577) Wilkes Barre-Scranton9.9
581) Terre Haute2.2
582) Lafayette, IN3.3
583) Alpena1.1
588) South Bend-Elkhart1.1
596) Zanesville2.2
597) Parkersburg2.2
598) Clarksburg-Weston3.3
600) Corpus Christi5.5
602) Chicago161.6
603) Joplin-Pittsburg1.1
604) Columbia-Jefferson City2.2
605) Topeka2.2
606) Dothan4.4
609) Saint Louis5.5
611) Rochester-Mason City-Austin1.1
612) Shreveport6.6
613) Minneapolis-Saint Paul262.6
616) Kansas City111.1
617) Milwaukee111.1
618) Houston8.8
619) Springfield, MO4.4
622) New Orleans8.8
623) Dallas-Fort Worth161.6
624) Sioux City2.2
625) Waco-Temple-Bryan2.2
627) Wichita Falls & Lawton2.2
628) Monroe-El Dorado00
630) Birmingham7.7
632) Paducah-C. Girardeau-Harrbg-Mt Vn3.3
633) Odessa-Midland1.1
634) Amarillo2.2
635) Austin1.1
636) Marlingen-Weslaco-Barnsville-Mca5.5
637) Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Dubuque3.3
639) Jackson, TN2.2
640) Memphis5.5
641) San Antonio141.4
642) Lafayette, LA1.1
644) Alexandria, LA1.1
648) Champaign-Springfield-Decatur1.1
649) Evansville4.4
650) Oklahoma City9.9
651) Lubbock1.1
652) Omaha7.7
658) Green Bay-Appleton5.5
659) Nashville9.9
669) Madison2.2
670) Fort Smith5.5
671) Tulsa6.6
673) Columbus-Tupelo-West Point2.2
678) Wichita-Hutchinson Plus4.4
679) Des Moines-Ames7.7
682) Davenport-R. Island-Moline1.1
686) Mobile-Pensacola5.5
687) Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson1.1
691) Huntsville-Decatur, Flor5.5
692) Beaumont-Port Arthur1.1
693) Little Rock-Pine Bluff4.4
698) Montgomery2.2
702) La Crosse-Eau Claire1.1
705) Wausau-Rhinelander5.5
709) Tyler-Longview (Lfkn & Acgd)5.5
710) Hattiesburg-Laurel00
711) Meridian4.4
716) Baton Rouge3.3
717) Quincy-Hannibal-Keokuk1.1
718) Jackson, MS2.2
722) Lincoln-Hstngs-Krny Plus2.2
724) Fargo-Valley City3.3
725) Sioux Falls (Mitchell)1.1
736) Bowling Green2.2
737) Mankato1.1
740) North Platte1.1
746) Biloxi-Gulfport00
751) Denver111.1
752) Colorado Springs-Pueblo4.4
753) Phoenix7.7
755) Great Falls1.1
757) Boise2.2
759) Cheyenne-Scottsbluff-String1.1
760) Twin Falls3.3
762) Missoula00
764) Rapid City2.2
765) El Paso4.4
767) Casper-Riverton1.1
770) Salt Lake City181.8
771) Yuma-El Centro1.1
773) Grand Junction-Montrose1.1
789) Tucson (Nogales)3.3
790) Albuquerque-Santa Fe101
798) Glendive1.1
800) Bakersfield3.3
801) Eugene4.4
803) Los Angeles636.3
804) Palm Springs00
807) San Francisco-Oakland San Jose171.7
810) Yakima-Pasco-Rchlnd-Knnwck3.3
811) Reno5.5
813) Medford-Klamath3.3
819) Seattle-Tacoma141.4
820) Portland, OR5.5
821) Bend, OR1.1
825) San Diego9.9
828) Monterey-Salinas2.2
839) Las Vegas2.2
855) Santa Barbara-San Mar-San Lu Ob3.3
862) Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto3.3
866) Fresno-Visalia7.7
881) Spokane9.9
TOTAL994100.0
53) Region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) North East18618.6
2) Midwest22422.4
3) South36836.8
4) West22122.1
TOTAL999100.0
54) Date of Interview (INTVWDAT)
TOTAL%
61611) June 16, 201132332.3
61711) June 17, 201110810.8
61811) June 18, 201127427.4
61911) June 19, 201129529.5
TOTAL1000100.0
55) What is your age (S8) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) Under 30 years old17217.2
2) 30 to 39 years old20320.3
3) 40 to 49 years old17917.9
4) 50 to 59 years old18518.5
5) 60 to 69 year old13813.8
6) 70 years and older12112.1
Missing3 
TOTAL998100.0
56) What was the last grade in school you completed? (S7) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
2) High school incomplete (grades 1 to 11)10610.7
3) High school complete (grade 12)32032.4
4) Some college, but no degree20720.9
5) Associate's degree676.8
6) College graduate/Bachelor's degree18618.8
7) Postgraduate degree, such as Master's, Ph.D., M.D., J.D.10310.4
Missing15 
TOTAL989100.0
57) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) North East18618.6
2) Midwest22422.4
3) South36836.8
4) West22122.1
TOTAL999100.0
58) What is your religion, if any? Are you Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Mormon, Muslim, something else or nothing in particular? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant37738.6
2) Catholic20721.2
3) Other17417.8
4) None21922.4
Missing30 
TOTAL977100.0
59) Gender (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male49849.8
2) Female50250.2
TOTAL1000100.0
60) Political Party Identification (SP2A) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Republican26226.8
2) Independent-lean Republican13113.4
3) Independent10110.3
4) Independent-lean Democrat15315.7
5) Democrat29930.6
6) Other party303.1
Missing27 
TOTAL976100.0
61) Which of the following describes your race? You can select as many as apply- Mention 01 (S9) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White/Caucasian76678.8
2) Black/African-American11712
3) Asian/Asian-American101
4) Some other race798.1
Missing26 
TOTAL972100.0