Religion, Values and Immigration Reform Survey, 2013

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All frequencies weighted by 111) WEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Caseid (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL446574362.3965337.27
2) Intvw_date (INTVWDAT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4465130208.3121.39
3) Form 1/2 Quota (FORMM2)
TOTAL%
1) Form 1222349.8
2) Form 2224250.2
TOTAL4465100.0
4) Q.1 All in all, are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way things are going in this country today? (Q1)
TOTAL%
1) Satisfied138130.9
2) Dissatisfied257957.8
3) Mixed (VOL.)3297.4
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1763.9
TOTAL4465100.0
5) Q.2 Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? (Q2)
TOTAL%
1) Approve227551
2) Disapprove173538.9
3) Mixed/approve and disapprove (VOL.)2706
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1854.1
TOTAL4465100.0
6) Q.3a I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Reforming the nation's immigration system]? (Q3A)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority107524.1
2) High but not highest209046.8
3) Lower priority119926.9
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1012.3
TOTAL4465100.0
7) Q.3b I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Improving the job situation]? (Q3B)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority144665
2) High but not highest68430.8
3) Lower priority743.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)20.9
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
8) Q.3c I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Enacting stricter gun control laws]? (Q3C)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority58426.3
2) High but not highest63428.5
3) Lower priority95643
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)502.2
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
9) Q.3d I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Dealing with the moral breakdown of the country]? (Q3D)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority72132.4
2) High but not highest78735.4
3) Lower priority61227.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1044.7
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
10) Q.3e I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Reducing the budget deficit]? (Q3E)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority124455.5
2) High but not highest74333.1
3) Lower priority1988.8
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)572.5
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
11) Q.3f I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Changing the federal income tax system to make it more fair]? (Q3F)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority83037
2) High but not highest98944.1
3) Lower priority35916
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)632.8
Missing2249 
TOTAL2241100.0
12) Q.3g I'd like to ask you about priorities for President (Barack) Obama and Congress this year. As I read from a list, please tell me if you think each should be the highest priority, high but not the highest or a lower priority [randomize item order]. What about... [Enacting legislation to address climate change]? (Q3G)
TOTAL%
1) Highest priority34915.6
2) High but not highest68530.6
3) Lower priority113750.7
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)713.2
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
13) Q.4a Now, we would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. All in all, do you strongly favor, favor, oppose or strongly oppose [randomize item order]? What about... [Allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry legally]? (Q4A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor109924.6
2) Favor121527.2
3) Oppose83118.6
4) Strongly oppose100822.6
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)3127
TOTAL4465100.0
14) Q.4b Now, we would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. All in all, do you strongly favor, favor, oppose or strongly oppose [randomize item order]? What about... [Allowing illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to gain legal resident status if they join the military or go to college]? (Q4B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor94221.1
2) Favor179840.3
3) Oppose95921.5
4) Strongly oppose59213.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1743.9
TOTAL4465100.0
15) Q.4c Now, we would like to get your views on some issues that are being discussed in the country today. All in all, do you strongly favor, favor, oppose or strongly oppose [randomize item order]? What about... [Tougher laws and regulations to protect the environment even if it raises prices or costs jobs]? (Q4C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor78517.6
2) Favor171538.4
3) Oppose121827.3
4) Strongly oppose56012.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1874.2
TOTAL4465100.0
16) Q.5 Do you think abortion should be [randomize response list]... (Q5)
TOTAL%
1) Legal in all cases104823.5
2) Legal in most cases148733.3
3) Illegal in most cases107924.2
4) Illegal in all cases62514
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)2265.1
TOTAL4465100.0
17) Q.6a Now I'm going to read you a few pairs of statements. For each pair, tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views - even if neither is exactly right. The pair is [rotate items]... (Q6A)
TOTAL%
1) The growing number of newcomers from other countries threatens traditional American customs and values.178239.9
2) The growing number of newcomers from other countries strengthens American society240053.8
3) Neither/both equally (VOL.)1373.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1453.2
TOTAL4464100.0
18) Q.6b Now I'm going to read you a few pairs of statements. For each pair, tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views - even if neither is exactly right. The pair is [rotate items]... (Q6B)
TOTAL%
1) The federal government should provide more services, even if it means higher taxes164236.8
2) The federal government should provide fewer services and reduce taxes257557.7
3) Neither/both equally (VOL.)1373.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1122.5
TOTAL4466100.0
19) Q.7 Since the 1950s, do you think American culture and way of life has mostly changed for the better or has it mostly changed for the worse? (Q7)
TOTAL%
1) Mostly changed for the better179740.3
2) Mostly changed for the worse242154.2
3) Both/neither (VOL.)1333
9) Don't know (VOL.)1132.5
TOTAL4464100.0
20) Q.8a Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Immigrants] (Q8A)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better169337.9
2) Changing for the worse125928.2
3) No impact116826.2
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)1894.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)1573.5
TOTAL4466100.0
21) Q.8b Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Young people] (Q8B)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better96243.3
2) Changing for the worse67230.2
3) No impact47521.4
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)572.6
9) Don't know (VOL.)562.5
Missing2216 
TOTAL2222100.0
22) Q.8c Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [The Tea party] (Q8C)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better53223.9
2) Changing for the worse67830.5
3) No impact65929.6
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)261.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)32814.8
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
23) Q.8d Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Non-religious people] (Q8D)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better35716.1
2) Changing for the worse68030.6
3) No impact107448.3
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)241.1
9) Don't know (VOL.)884
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
24) Q.8e Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Asians] (Q8E)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better89640.3
2) Changing for the worse1948.7
3) No impact95042.7
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)321.4
9) Don't know (VOL.)1516.8
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
25) Q.8f Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Muslims](Asked in form 2 only) (Q8F)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better41218.4
2) Changing for the worse61427.4
3) No impact98744
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)552.5
9) Don't know (VOL.)1737.7
Missing2249 
TOTAL2241100.0
26) Q.8g Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Atheists, that is people who do not believe in God](Asked in form 2 only) (Q8G)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better2219.9
2) Changing for the worse87839.2
3) No impact103146
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)321.4
9) Don't know (VOL.)803.6
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
27) Q.8h Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Gay and lesbian people](Asked in form 2 only) (Q8H)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better54524.3
2) Changing for the worse64828.9
3) No impact93741.8
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)291.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)833.7
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
28) Q.8i Thinking about some different groups currently living in the U.S., please say whether any of the following groups are changing American culture and way of life for the better, changing it for the worse or whether they are not having any real impact on American culture and way of life [randomize items]. What about... [Hispanics](Asked in form 2 only) (Q8I)
TOTAL%
1) Changing for the better86538.6
2) Changing for the worse44019.6
3) No impact78134.8
4) Mixed impact/depends (VOL.)642.9
9) Don't know (VOL.)924.1
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
29) Q.9 Thinking about your own community and the place where you live. Do you live in a community with many new immigrants, some new immigrants, only a few new immigrants or almost no new immigrants? (Q9)
TOTAL%
1) Many new immigrants106823.9
2) Some new immigrants101122.6
3) Only a few new immigrants104623.4
4) Almost no new immigrants121727.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)1232.8
TOTAL4465100.0
30) Q.10 Do you think the current immigration system in the United States is... [Read in order. If responds with 'don't know' or 'depends', probe once with: just your general impression, do you think the current immigration system is...] (Q10)
TOTAL%
1) Generally working2966.6
2) Working but with some major problems129128.9
3) Broken but working in some areas177639.8
4) Completely broken102222.9
9) Don't know (VOL.)801.8
TOTAL4465100.0
31) Q.11 Which statement comes closest to your view about how the immigration system should deal with immigrants who are currently living in the U.S. illegally? The immigration system should... (Form 1 read responses 1-3 in order, form 2 read responses 1-3 in reverse order. (Q11)
TOTAL%
1) Allow them a way to become citizens provided they meet certain requirements282063.1
2) Allow them to become permanent legal residents, but not citizens61013.7
3) Identify and deport them92920.8
4) None of these (VOL.)42.9
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)651.5
TOTAL4466100.0
32) Q.12 As I read a pair of statements, please tell me whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your own views - even if neither is exactly right [rotate options]. (Q12)
TOTAL%
1) Secure borders and arrest and deport all those who are here illegally128728.8
2) Secure our borders and provide an earned path to citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the U.S.302367.7
3) Neither/both equally (VOL.)972.2
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)581.3
TOTAL4465100.0
33) Q.13a Congress is currently debating immigration reform. The legislation includes many different policies. Please say whether you favor or oppose the following policies [randomize items]. What about [Creating a database that would allow employers to verify the immigration status of new hires]? (Q13A)
TOTAL%
1) Favor359580.5
2) Oppose77417.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)962.2
TOTAL4465100.0
34) Q.13b Congress is currently debating immigration reform. The legislation includes many different policies. Please say whether you favor or oppose the following policies [randomize items]. What about [Allowing immigrants who get degrees from U.S. colleges or universities in math, science or technology to work legally in the U.S.]? (Q13B)
TOTAL%
1) Favor335375.1
2) Oppose99322.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)1192.7
TOTAL4465100.0
35) Q.13c Congress is currently debating immigration reform. The legislation includes many different policies. Please say whether you favor or oppose the following policies [randomize items]. What about [Expanding 'guest worker' programs that would give a temporary visa to non-citizens who want to work legally in the United States]? (Q13C)
TOTAL%
1) Favor322372.2
2) Oppose116626.1
9) Don't know (VOL.)761.7
TOTAL4465100.0
36) Q.14 Do you think immigrants coming to this country today mostly take jobs away from American citizens or do they mostly take jobs Americans don't want (If responds 'both,' ask: 'Well, which do most of them do')? (Q14)
TOTAL%
1) Take jobs away60627.3
2) Take unwanted jobs141863.8
3) Both (VOL.)964.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)1034.6
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
37) Q.15 Do you think illegal immigrants mostly help the economy by providing low cost labor or mostly hurt the economy by driving down wages for many Americans? (Asked in form 2 only) (Q15)
TOTAL%
1) Provide low-cost labor81436.3
2) Drive down wages124855.7
3) Both (VOL.)532.4
4) Neither (VOL.)381.7
9) Don't know (VOL.)883.9
Missing2249 
TOTAL2241100.0
38) Q.16a Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Can speak English fluently] (Q16A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference216548.5
2) No should not give preference211047.3
3) Depends (VOL.)551.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)1353
TOTAL4465100.0
39) Q16.b Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Have children or parents currently living in the U.S. legally] (Q16B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference266059.6
2) No should not give preference160636
3) Depends (VOL.)611.4
9) Don't know (VOL.)1383.1
TOTAL4465100.0
40) Q.16c Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Have a spouse currently living in the U.S. legally] (Q16C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference140163
2) No should not give preference75033.7
3) Depends (VOL.)221
9) Don't know (VOL.)512.3
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
41) Q.16d Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Have a degree from an American college or university] (Q16D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference131158.9
2) No should not give preference83237.4
3) Depends (VOL.)19.9
9) Don't know (VOL.)622.8
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
42) Q16.e Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Have a gay or lesbian spouse currently living in the U.S. legally] (Q16E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference69631
2) No should not give preference141363
3) Depends (VOL.)17.8
9) Don't know (VOL.)1165.2
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
43) Q.16f Thinking about the different types of immigrants seeking legal status in the U.S. Do you think the immigration system should give preferences to immigrants who [insert; randomize], even if it means less space for others? [Are from Western Europe] (Q16F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, should give preference58926.3
2) No should not give preference150667.2
3) Depends (VOL.)291.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)1185.3
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
44) Q.17 Over the last five or six years, do you think the number of illegal immigrants who were deported back to their home countries has increased, decreased or stayed about the same? (Q17)
TOTAL%
1) Increased126328.3
2) Decreased79617.8
3) Stayed about the same187341.9
9) Don't know (VOL.)53311.9
TOTAL4465100.0
45) Q.18 How much, if at all, do you think immigrants today are changing your COMMUNITY and way of life? (Asked in form 1 only) (Q18)
TOTAL%
1) A lot71632.2
2) A little101445.6
3) Not at all47221.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)221
Missing2216 
TOTAL2224100.0
46) Q.19 [Ask if responded to Q.18 'a lot' or 'a little'] And all in all, do you think this is a good thing or a bad thing? (Q19)
TOTAL%
1) Good thing94154.4
2) Bad thing64637.4
3) Depends (VOL.)724.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)704
Missing2733 
TOTAL1729100.0
47) Q.20 How much, if at all, do you think that immigrants today are changing AMERICAN SOCIETY and way of life? (Asked in form 2 only) (Q20)
TOTAL%
1) A lot103246.1
2) A little100244.7
3) Not at all1838.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)241.1
Missing2249 
TOTAL2241100.0
48) Q.21 [Ask if responded to Q.20 'a lot' or 'a little'] And all in all, do you think this is a good thing or a bad thing? (Q21)
TOTAL%
1) Good thing100949.6
2) Bad thing84141.3
3) Depends (VOL.)1025
9) Don't know (VOL.)824
Missing2434 
TOTAL2034100.0
49) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [The American way of life needs to be protected against foreign influence] (Q23A)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree119226.7
2) Mostly agree117026.2
3) Mostly disagree108424.3
4) Completely disagree92320.7
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)962.2
TOTAL4465100.0
50) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [The idea of an America where most people are not white bothers me] (Q23B)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree2114.7
2) Mostly agree3938.8
3) Mostly disagree130029.1
4) Completely disagree244854.8
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1132.5
TOTAL4465100.0
51) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [Immigrants today think of themselves as Americans just as much as immigrants from earlier eras did] (Q23C)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree84418.9
2) Mostly agree177739.8
3) Most disagree102923
4) Completely disagree59413.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)2214.9
TOTAL4465100.0
52) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [The best way to solve the country's illegal immigration problem is to make conditions so difficult for illegal immigrants that they return to their home country on their own] (Q23D)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree61113.7
2) Mostly agree90620.3
3) Mostly disagree125828.2
4) Completely disagree161636.2
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)741.7
TOTAL4465100.0
53) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [The values of Islam are at odds with American values and way of life](Asked only in form 1) (Q23E)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree50722.8
2) Mostly agree53223.9
3) Mostly disagree55124.8
4) Completely disagree42619.2
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)2079.3
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
54) Q.23 Now, as I read a few statements about issues being discussed in the country today, please tell me if you completely agree, mostly agree, mostly disagree or completely disagree with each one (randomize order). [We should make a serious effort to deport all illegal immigrants back to their home countries.](Asked only in form 2) (Q23F)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree43119.2
2) Mostly agree54724.4
3) Mostly disagree66229.5
4) Completely disagree55824.9
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)442
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
55) Q.24 Which political party, the Democrats or the Republicans, do you trust to do a better job handling the issue of illegal immigration? (Asked in form 1 only) (Q24)
TOTAL%
1) The Democratic Party96543.4
2) The Republican Party66229.8
3) Both (VOL.)241.1
4) Neither (VOL.)42719.2
9) Don't know (VOL.)1456.5
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
56) Q.25 Which political party, the Democrats or the Republicans, do you trust to do a better job handling the issue of immigration? (Asked in form 2 only) (Q25)
TOTAL%
1) The Democratic Party87639.1
2) The Republican Party65429.2
3) Both (VOL.)251.1
4) Neither (VOL.)51623
9) Don't know (VOL.)1717.6
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
57) Q.26 Do you think the Republican Party's position on immigration has helped or hurt the party in recent elections or do you think it has not made a difference? (Q26)
TOTAL%
1) Helped3026.8
2) Hurt203145.5
3) Not made a difference186341.7
9) Don't know (VOL.)2696
TOTAL4465100.0
58) 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? [If respondent volunteers 'nothing in particular, none, no religion, etc.' before reaching end of list, prompt with: and would you say that's atheist, agnostic or just nothing in particular?] (RELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (Baptist, Methodist, non-denominational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, Episcopalian, Reformed, Church of Christ, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc.)178640
2) Roman Catholic (Catholic)94121.1
3) Mormon (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints/LDS)1042.3
4) Orthodox (Greek, Russian or some other Orthodox church)34.8
5) Jewish (Judaism)701.6
6) Muslim (Islam)27.6
7) Buddhist22.5
8) Hindu22.5
9) Atheist (do not believe in God)1242.8
10) Agnostic (not sure if there is a God)1774
11) Something else [specify]21.5
12) Nothing in particular64614.5
13) Christian (VOL.)3908.7
14) Unitarian (Universalist)(VOL.)9.2
15) Other world religions34.8
99) Don't know/refused (VOL.)581.3
TOTAL4465100.0
59) (RELIG_OPEN)[If respondent responds something else, RELIG=11] Specify (RELIG_OP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
60) [If respondent responds nothing in particular, RELIG=12] In general would you describe yourself more as a religious person or as secular, that is someone who is NOT religious? (SECULAR)
TOTAL%
1) Religious19730.5
2) Secular, not religious36556.6
3) Spiritual, not religious406.2
4) Other [specify]2.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)416.4
Missing3904 
TOTAL645100.0
61) [If respondent responds atheist, agnostic, nothing in particular or Don't know, RELIG=9,10,12,99] Do you consider yourself to be Jewish for any reason?[Do not read responses] (JEWID)
TOTAL%
1) Yes333.3
2) No90790.9
3) Half or part (VOL.)2.2
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)565.6
Missing3568 
TOTAL998100.0
62) [If respondent responds something else or don't know/refused (VOL.), RELIG=11,99] Do you think of yourself as a Christian or not? (CHR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6548.1
2) No5238.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1813.3
Missing4333 
TOTAL135100.0
63) [If respondent is Christian, RELIG=1-4,13 or CHR=1] Would you describe yourself as a born-again or evangelical Christian or not? (BORN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes147944.8
2) No167050.6
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1504.5
Missing1054 
TOTAL3299100.0
64) 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 week65914.8
2) Once a week103023.1
3) Once or twice a month61313.7
4) A few times a year81318.2
5) Seldom74816.8
6) Never57112.8
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)30.7
TOTAL4464100.0
65) Q.27 Which statement comes closest to your view of God: God is a person with whom people can have a relationship, God is an impersonal force or I do not believe in God? (Q27)
TOTAL%
1) God is a person281963.1
2) God is an impersonal force109824.6
3) I do not believe in God3066.9
4) Both/neither/other (VOL.)1112.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1312.9
TOTAL4465100.0
66) [Holy book: If Christian or no religion (RELIG=1-4,9,10,12,13 or CHR=1) insert 'the Bible'; if Jewish (RELIG=5), insert 'the Torah'; if Muslim (RELIG=6), insert 'the Koran'; if other non-Christian affiliations (RELIG=7,8,14 or RELIG=11 and CHR=2,9), insert 'the Holy Scripture'; if Don't know/refused (VOL.) (RELIG=99) and CHR=2,9, insert 'the Bible'] (HOLYBOOK)
TOTAL%
1) The Bible423994.9
2) The Torah701.6
3) The Koran27.6
4) The Holy Scripture1292.9
TOTAL4465100.0
67) Q28 Which comes closest to your view? (Q28)
TOTAL%
1) [Holy book] is the word of God, OR292065.4
2) [Holy book] is a book written by men and is not the word of God.127628.6
3) Other (VOL.)932.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1763.9
TOTAL4465100.0
68) Q29 And would you say that... (Q29)
TOTAL%
1) [Holy book] is to be taken literally, word for word, OR146350.1
2) Not everything in [holy book] should be taken literally, word for word.135946.5
3) Other (VOL.)291
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)692.4
Missing1534 
TOTAL2920100.0
69) Q.30 [If respondent attends religious services at least once or twice a month ('Attend' is less than 4)] Thinking about the place you attend religious services most often. How often, if at all, does your clergy leader speak out about the issue of immigration? (Q30)
TOTAL%
1) Often1386
2) Sometimes37616.3
3) Rarely62827.3
4) Never113949.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)21.9
Missing2038 
TOTAL2302100.0
70) Q.31a Now, I'm going to read a list of values that some say are important moral guides for immigration reform. Please tell me whether you think each value is extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform. [Keeping families together] (Q31A)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important92241.5
2) Very important95543
3) Somewhat important24110.8
4) Not too important492.2
5) Not at all important361.6
9) Don't know (VOL.)20.9
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
71) Q.31b Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Enforcing the rule of law] (Q31B)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important74333.4
2) Very important98244.2
3) Somewhat important35415.9
4) Not too important713.2
5) Not at all important401.8
9) Don't know (VOL.)331.5
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
72) Q31.c Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Ensuring fairness to taxpayers] (Q31C)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important82237
2) Very important89540.3
3) Somewhat important34815.7
4) Not too important632.8
5) Not at all important602.7
9) Don't know (VOL.)351.6
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
73) Q.31d Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Following the biblical example of welcoming the stranger] (Q31D)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important36916.6
2) Very important72432.6
3) Somewhat important66329.8
4) Not too important2159.7
5) Not at all important1948.7
9) Don't know (VOL.)582.6
Missing2216 
TOTAL2223100.0
74) Q.31e Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Protecting the dignity of every person](Asked in form 2 only) (Q31E)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important91540.8
2) Very important92241.1
3) Somewhat important30013.4
4) Not too important552.5
5) Not at all important311.4
9) Don't know (VOL.)20.9
Missing2249 
TOTAL2243100.0
75) Q.31f Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Promoting national security] (Q31F)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important93541.7
2) Very important94041.9
3) Somewhat important25711.5
4) Not too important673
5) Not at all important291.3
9) Don't know (VOL.)14.6
Missing2249 
TOTAL2242100.0
76) Q.31g Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Following the Golden Rule, providing immigrants the same opportunity I would want if my family was immigrating to the U.S.] (Q31G)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important67129.9
2) Very important87939.2
3) Somewhat important43619.4
4) Not too important1004.5
5) Not at all important1004.5
9) Don't know (VOL.)572.5
Missing2249 
TOTAL2243100.0
77) Q.31h Is this value extremely important, very important, somewhat important, not too important or not at all important to you as a moral guide to immigration reform? [Continuing America's heritage as a nation of immigrants] (Q31H)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important45620.3
2) Very important72532.4
3) Somewhat important69330.9
4) Not too important2179.7
5) Not at all important1115
9) Don't know (VOL.)391.7
Missing2249 
TOTAL2241100.0
78) Q.32 Were you born in the United States or in another country? (Q32)
TOTAL%
1) Born in U.S.388487
2) Born in another country56612.7
3) Born in Puerto Rico (VOL.)9.2
4) Born in other U.S. territories (Guam, Samoa, Virgin Islands) (VOL.)20
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)5.1
TOTAL4466100.0
79) Q.33 [If respondent was born in the U.S. (Q32=1)] And where were your parents born? Were they both born in the U.S., was one born in the U.S. or were both born in another country? (Q33)
TOTAL%
1) Both parents born in U.S.343688.5
2) Only one parent born in U.S.2416.2
3) Both parents born in another country1965
4) Other (VOL.)4.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)6.2
Missing448 
TOTAL3883100.0
80) Q.34 How well do you know the story of how your family first came to the U.S. (Q34)
TOTAL%
1) Very well189942.5
2) Somewhat well115625.9
3) Not too well67715.2
4) Not at all well64314.4
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)902
TOTAL4465100.0
81) Q.36 How often do you personally come in contact with immigrants who speak little or no English (Q36)
TOTAL%
1) Often223450
2) Sometimes116926.2
3) Rarely81818.3
4) Never2275.1
9) Don't know (VOL.)16.4
TOTAL4464100.0
82) Q.37 Do you have any close friends who were born outside the U.S.? (Q37)
TOTAL%
1) Yes271660.8
2) No173338.8
9) Don't know (VOL.)16.4
TOTAL4465100.0
83) SEX [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX] (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male215748.3
2) Female230851.7
TOTAL4465100.0
84) What is your age? (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL446547.3318.87
85) What is the last grade or class that you completed in school? (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) None or grade one to eight1252.8
2) High school incomplete3327.4
3) High school graduate137030.7
4) Technical, trade or vocational school after high school1563.5
5) Some college, no four-year degree123827.7
6) College graduate73516.5
7) Post-graduate training or professional schooling after college47110.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)38.9
TOTAL4465100.0
86) Are you, yourself, of Hispanic origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban or some other Spanish background? (HISP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62914.1
2) No378284.7
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)541.2
TOTAL4465100.0
87) Are you white Hispanic, black Hispanic or some other race (HISP2)
TOTAL%
1) White Hispanic41265.5
2) Black Hispanic6410.2
3) Some other race15324.3
Missing4015 
TOTAL629100.0
88) What is your race? Are you white, black, Asian, mixed race or some other race? (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White333474.7
2) Black56312.6
3) Asian1122.5
4) Mixed race [SPECIFY]1292.9
5) Some other race [SPECIFY]1763.9
6) Native American (VOL.)481.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1032.3
TOTAL4465100.0
89) RACE_OPEN (RACE_OP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
90) If you were asked to use one of the five names for your social class, which would you say you belong in? (CLASS)
TOTAL%
1) Upper class992.2
2) Upper-middle class57012.8
3) Middle class183841.2
4) Working class150233.6
5) Lower class3858.6
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)711.6
TOTAL4465100.0
91) Which of the following best describes your current employment situation: employed full-time, employed part-time, retired, a homemaker, a student, unemployed but looking for work or unemployed and not looking for work? (EMPLOY)
TOTAL%
1) Employed full-time194043.5
2) Employed part-time44610
3) Retired89920.1
4) A homemaker2746.1
5) A student2826.3
6) Unemployed but looking for work3267.3
7) Unemployed and not looking for work892
8) Disabled1563.5
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)511.1
TOTAL4463100.0
92) Which of the following best describes how you get paid/paid at work? (JOBPAY)
TOTAL%
1) Paid an hourly rate197553.4
2) Paid a salary125633.9
3) Paid by the job38210.3
9) Don't know (VOL.) refused872.4
Missing607 
TOTAL3700100.0
93) Are you currently married, living with a partner, divorced, separated, widowed or have you never been married? (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married215548.3
2) Living with a partner3257.3
3) Divorced47310.6
4) Separated1252.8
5) Widowed3076.9
6) Never been married101622.8
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)631.4
TOTAL4464100.0
94) Are you the parent or guardian of any children under the age of 18 now living in your household (PARENT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes132829.7
2) No308569.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)531.2
TOTAL4466100.0
95) Last year, that is in 2012, what was your total family income from all sources before taxes? (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $30,000123827.7
2) 30 to under $50,00090620.3
3) 50 to under $75,00071616
4) 75 to under $100,00046810.5
5) 100 to under $150,0003507.8
6) 150 to under $200,0001583.5
7) Over $200,0001433.2
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)48510.9
TOTAL4464100.0
96) Do you consider yourself a part of the Tea Party movement or not? (TPARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4109.2
2) No365981.9
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)3968.9
TOTAL4465100.0
97) In politics today, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat or Independent? (PARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Republican101622.7
2) Democrat142031.8
3) Independent171738.4
4) No preference1503.4
5) Other party28.6
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)1353
TOTAL4466100.0
98) As of today do you lean more toward the Republican Party or more toward the Democratic Party? (PARTYLN)
TOTAL%
1) Republican67233.1
2) Democrat77238
9) Other/don't know/refused (VOL.)58528.8
Missing2534 
TOTAL2029100.0
99) In general, would you describe your political views as... (IDEO)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative3648.2
2) Conservative129329
3) Moderate151634
4) Liberal, OR74216.6
5) Very liberal3247.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)2245
TOTAL4463100.0
100) Are you currently a citizen of the United States or not? (CTZEN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29150.1
2) No27146.6
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)193.3
Missing4017 
TOTAL581100.0
101) These days, many people are so busy they can't find time to register to vote or move around so often they don't get a chance to re-register. Are you currently registered to vote? (REGIST)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, registered346282.8
2) No, not registered64115.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)801.9
Missing185 
TOTAL4183100.0
102) L1. Now thinking about your telephone use... Do you have a working cell phone? (QL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, have cell phone158975
2) No, do not50423.8
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)271.3
Missing1774 
TOTAL2120100.0
103) L2. Does anyone else in your household have a working cell phone? (QL2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, someone in household has cell phone19035.8
2) No31459.1
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)275.1
Missing3957 
TOTAL531100.0
104) 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 telephone68629.3
2) No home telephone160168.3
9) Don't know/refused (VOL.)572.4
Missing2691 
TOTAL2344100.0
105) HH1 How many adults, age 18 and over, currently live in your household including yourself? (QHH1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL44652.391.42
106) Zip code 2012 (ZIPCODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL446552984.7330587.07
107) State and county code-2012 merge (FIPS)
TOTAL%
1001) AUTAUGA, AL00
1003) BALDWIN, AL5.1
1005) BARBOUR, AL10
1009) BLOUNT, AL10
1013) BUTLER, AL10
1015) CALHOUN, AL5.1
1021) CHILTON, AL10
1023) CHOCTAW, AL10
1033) COLBERT, AL10
1037) COOSA, AL10
1043) CULLMAN, AL3.1
1045) DALE, AL10
1053) ESCAMBIA, AL20
1055) ETOWAH, AL20
1061) GENEVA, AL10
1069) HOUSTON, AL10
1071) JACKSON, AL20
1073) JEFFERSON, AL9.2
1077) LAUDERDALE, AL10
1081) LEE, AL10
1083) LIMESTONE, AL10
1089) MADISON, AL5.1
1095) MARSHAL AL3.1
1097) MOBILE, AL3.1
1101) MONTGOMERY, AL20
1103) MORGAN, AL3.1
1111) RANDOLPH, AL10
1115) SAINT CLAIR, AL10
1123) TALLAPOOSA, AL20
1125) TUSCALOOSA, AL6.1
1127) WALKER, AL4.1
1129) WASHINGTON, AL10
2020) ANCHORAGE, AK4.1
2090) FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR, AK5.1
2110) JUNEAU, AK20
2122) KENAI PENNINSULA, AK20
2170) MANTANUSKA SUSITNA, AK00
4001) APACHE, AZ10
4003) COCHISE, AZ10
4005) COCONINO, AZ10
4013) MARICOPA, AZ531.2
4015) MOHAVE, AZ3.1
4019) PIMA, AZ18.4
4021) PINAL, AZ4.1
4025) YAVAPAI, AZ10
4027) YUMA, AZ10
5005) BAXTER, AR10
5007) BENTON, AR9.2
5015) CARROLL, AR00
5027) COLUMBIA, AR00
5029) CONWAY, AR10
5031) CRAIGHEAD, AR20
5033) CRAWFORD, AR3.1
5035) CRITTENDEN, AR10
5037) CROSS, AR10
5047) FRANKLIN, AR00
5051) GARLAND, AR20
5053) GRANT, AR10
5055) GREENE, AR10
5059) HOT SPRING, AR10
5061) HOWARD, AR10
5063) INDEPENDENCE, AR20
5073) LAFAYETTE, AR10
5077) LEE, AR10
5081) LITTLE RIVER, AR20
5091) MILLER, AR00
5093) MISSISSIPPI, AR10
5101) NEWTON, AR00
5109) PIKE, AR10
5119) PULASKI, AR13.3
5131) SEBASTIAN, AR20
5141) VAN BUREN, AR10
5143) WASHINGTON, AR6.1
6001) ALAMEDA, CA13.3
6005) AMADOR, CA20
6007) BUTTE, CA7.2
6009) CALAVERAS, CA10
6011) COLUSA, CA10
6013) CONTRA COSTA, CA13.3
6017) EL DORADO, CA10
6019) FRESNO, CA12.3
6023) HUMBOLDT, CA10
6025) IMPERIAL, CA20
6029) KERN, CA11.2
6031) KINGS, CA10
6035) LASSEN, CA00
6037) LOS ANGELES, CA1282.9
6039) MADERA, CA10
6041) MARIN, CA10
6045) MENDOCINO, CA20
6053) MONTERY, CA3.1
6055) NAPA, CA10
6057) NEVADA, CA20
6059) ORANGE, CA28.6
6061) PLACER, CA20
6063) PLUMAS, CA00
6065) RIVERSIDE, CA27.6
6067) SACRAMENTO, CA23.5
6069) SEN BENITO, CA10
6071) SAN BERNARDINO, CA25.6
6073) SAN DIEGO, CA36.8
6075) SAN FRANSISCO, CA13.3
6077) SAN JOAQUIN, CA9.2
6079) SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA4.1
6081) SAN MATEO, CA6.1
6083) SANTA BARBARA, CA5.1
6085) SANTA CLARA, CA13.3
6087) SANTA CRUZ, CA6.1
6089) SHASTA, CA10
6095) SOLANO, CA6.1
6097) SONOMA, CA4.1
6099) STANISLAUS, CA3.1
6101) SUTTER, CA4.1
6107) TULARE, CA3.1
6111) VENTURA, CA5.1
6113) YOLO, CA10
6115) YUBA, CA7.2
8001) ADAMS, CO7.2
8003) ALAMOSA, CO20
8005) ARAPAHOE, CO8.2
8013) BOULDER, CO4.1
8014) BROOMSFIELD, CO20
8015) CHAFFEE, CO10
8031) DENVER, CO4.1
8035) DOUGLAS, CO10
8037) EAGLE, CO20
8041) EL PASO, CO8.2
8045) GARFIELD, CO00
8051) GUNNISON, CO20
8059) JEFFERSON, CO13.3
8063) KIT CARSON, CO10
8067) LA PLATA, CO20
8069) LARIMER, CO3.1
8075) LOGAN, CO10
8077) MESA, CO7.2
8081) MOFFAT, CO00
8085) MONTROSE, CO10
8087) MORGAN, CO10
8089) OTERO, CO10
8101) PUEBLO, CO7.2
8113) SAN MIGUEL, CO10
8123) WELD, CO10
9001) FAIRFIELD, CT14.3
9003) HARTFORD, CT22.5
9009) NEW HAVEN, CT10.2
9011) NEW LONDON5.1
9013) TOLLAND, CT3.1
9015) WINDHAM, CT10
10001) KENT, DE20
10003) NEW CASTLE, DE11.2
10005) SUSSEX, DE8.2
11001) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DC6.1
12001) ALACHUA, FL4.1
12003) BAKER, FL20
12005) BAY, FL3.1
12009) BREVARD, FL6.1
12011) BROWARD, FL25.6
12015) CHARLOTTE, FL00
12017) CITRUS, FL20
12019) CLAY, FL4.1
12021) COLLIER, FL3.1
12023) COLUMBIA, FL3.1
12027) DE SOTO, FL20
12029) DIXIE, FL10
12031) DUVAL, FL17.4
12033) ESCAMBIA, FL4.1
12039) GADSDEN, FL10
12047) HAMILTON, FL10
12053) HERNANDO, FL6.1
12055) HIGHLANDS, FL10
12057) HILLSBOROUGH, FL11.2
12065) JEFFERSON, FL10
12069) LAKE, FL10
12071) LEE, FL9.2
12073) LEON, FL4.1
12079) MADISON, FL10
12081) MANATEE, FL20
12083) MARION, FL5.1
12085) MARTIN, FL10
12086) MIAMI-DADE, FL14.3
12089) NASSAU, FL10
12091) OKALOOSA, FL5.1
12093) OKEECHOBEE, FL20
12095) ORANGE, FL25.6
12099) PALM BEACH, FL17.4
12101) PASCO, FL8.2
12103) PINELLAS, FL13.3
12105) POLK, FL9.2
12107) PUTNAM, FL20
12109) SAINT JOHNS, FL20
12111) SAINT LUCIE, FL4.1
12113) SANTA ROSA, FL10
12115) SARASOTA, FL6.1
12117) SEMINOLE, FL10.2
12119) SUMTER, FL3.1
12121) SUWANNEE, FL00
12125) UNION, FL10
12127) VOLUSIA, FL9.2
12129) WAKULLA, FL00
13009) BALDWIN, GA10
13013) BARROW, GA10
13015) BARTOW, GA10
13021) BIBB, GA3.1
13027) BROOKS, GA00
13029) BRYAN, GA10
13031) BULLOCH, GA10
13039) CAMDEN, GA20
13045) CARROLL, GA10
13049) CHARLTON, GA10
13051) CHATHAM, GA5.1
13057) CHEROKEE, GA10
13059) CLARKE, GA10
13063) CLAYTON, GA10
13067) COBB, GA6.1
13071) COLQUITT, GA10
13077) COWETA, GA10
13085) DAWSON, GA20
13089) DEKALB, GA11.2
13097) DOUGLAS, GA4.1
13103) EFFINGHAM, GA10
13113) FAYETTE, GA10
13115) FLOYD, GA10
13117) FORSYTH, GA20
13121) FULTON, GA21.5
13127) GLYNN, GA10
13129) GORDON, GA10
13131) GRADY, GA20
13133) GREENE, GA00
13135) GWINNETT, GA5.1
13139) HALL, GA5.1
13143) HARALSON, GA20
13145) HARRIS, GA00
13151) HENRY, GA4.1
13153) HOUSTON, GA5.1
13179) LIBERTY, GA10
13193) MACON, GA10
13195) MADISON, GA10
13199) MERIWETHER, GA10
13215) MUSCOGEE, GA3.1
13217) NEWTON, GA10
13223) PAULDING, GA20
13227) PICKENS, GA10
13231) PIKE, GA00
13241) RABUN, GA10
13245) RICHMOND, GA20
13255) SPALDING, GA20
13259) STEWART, GA10
13267) TATTNALL, GA00
13275) THOMAS, GA10
13277) TIFT, GA20
13279) TOOMBS, GA20
13289) TWIGGS, GA10
13293) UPSON, GA10
13295) WALKER, GA10
13297) WALTON, GA4.1
13321) WORTH, GA00
15001) HAWAII, HI20
15003) HONOLULU, HI17.4
16001) ADA, ID9.2
16005) BANNOCK, ID5.1
16011) BINGHAM, ID00
16019) BONNEVILLE, ID00
16027) CANYON, ID3.1
16039) ELMORE, ID00
16047) GOODING, ID10
16053) JEROME, ID20
16055) KOOTENAI, ID5.1
16057) LATAH, ID10
16067) MINIDOKA, ID10
16075) PAYETTE, ID10
16083) TWIN FALLS, ID10
17001) ADAMS, IL00
17005) BOND, IL10
17015) CARROLL, IL00
17019) CHAMPAIGN, IL4.1
17021) CHRISTIAN, IL10
17025) CLAY, IL00
17029) COLES, IL20
17031) COOK, IL801.8
17033) CRAWFORD, IL10
17035) CUMBERLAND, IL00
17037) DEKALB, IL10
17043) DUPAGE11.2
17049) EFFINGHAM, IL00
17053) FORD, IL00
17057) FULTON, IL00
17063) GRUNDY, IL20
17067) HANCOCK, IL20
17073) HENRY, IL20
17077) JACKSON, IL10
17081) JEFFERSON, IL10
17089) KANE, IL5.1
17091) KANKAKEE, IL20
17095) KNOX, IL10
17097) LAKE, IL9.2
17099) LA SALLE, IL3.1
17109) MCDONOUGH, IL00
17111) MCHENRY, IL3.1
17113) MCLEAN, IL3.1
17115) MACON, IL20
17119) MADISON, IL6.1
17141) OGLE, IL20
17143) PEORIA, IL20
17153) PULASKI, IL10
17159) RICHLAND, IL00
17161) ROCK ISLAND, IL20
17163) SAINT CLAIR, IL10
17165) SALINE, IL10
17167) SANGAMON, IL3.1
17169) SCHUYLER, IL10
17173) SHELBY, IL3.1
17177) STEPHENSON, IL00
17179) TAZEWELL, IL10
17183) VERMILION, IL00
17189) WASHINGTON, IL10
17197) WILL, IL12.3
17201) WINNEBAGO, IL4.1
18001) ADAMS, IN3.1
18003) ALLEN, IN7.2
18005) BARTHOLOMEW, IN20
18007) BENTON, IN00
18011) BOONE, IN20
18019) CLARK, IN00
18023) CLINTON, IN20
18027) DAVIESS, IN3.1
18029) DEARBORN, IN10
18035) DELAWARE, IN4.1
18037) DUBOIS, IN20
18039) ELKHART, IN7.2
18043) FLOYD, IN10
18045) FOUNTAIN, IN10
18053) GRANT, IN10
18055) GREENE, IN00
18057) HAMILTON, IN20
18059) HANCOCK, IN3.1
18061) HARRISON, IN10
18063) HENDRICKS, IN20
18065) HENRY, IN00
18069) HUNTINGTON, IN10
18073) JASPER, IN20
18075) JAY, IN00
18081) JOHNSON, IN4.1
18085) KOSCIUSKO, IN20
18087) LAGRANGE, IN10
18089) LAKE, IN7.2
18091) LA PORTE, IN5.1
18095) MADISON, IN3.1
18097) MARION, IN21.5
18099) MARSHALL, IN10
18103) MIAMI, IN10
18105) MONROE, IN6.1
18109) MORGAN, IN3.1
18121) PARKE, IN10
18127) PORTER, IN5.1
18137) RIPLEY, IN10
18141) ST JOSEPH, IN9.2
18147) SPENCER, IN00
18151) STEUBEN, IN10
18153) SULLIVAN, IN10
18157) TIPPECANOE, IN5.1
18163) VANDERBURGH, IN3.1
18167) VIGO, IN10
18169) WABASH, IN10
18173) WARRICK, IN20
18179) WELLS, IN20
18181) WHITE, IN10
18183) WHITELY, IN10
19013) BLACK HAWK, IA20
19017) BREMER, IA10
19033) CERRO GORDO, IA20
19045) CLINTON, IA20
19051) DAVIS, IA10
19059) DICKINSON, IA00
19061) DUBUQUE, IA3.1
19063) EMMET, IA10
19065) FAYETTE, IA10
19069) FRANKLIN, IA00
19077) GUTHRIE, IA00
19083) HARDIN, IA20
19085) HARRISON, IA10
19095) IOWA, IA00
19097) JACKSON, IA00
19099) JASPER, IA10
19103) JOHNSON, IA20
19105) JONES, IA00
19113) LINN, IA10
19141) OBRIEN, IA10
19147) PALO ALTO, IA10
19153) POLK, IA3.1
19155) POTTAWATTAMIE, IA10
19157) POWESHEIK, IA10
19163) SCOTT, IA20
19165) SHELBY, IA10
19169) STORY, IA4.1
19171) TAMA, IA10
19181) WARREN, IA10
19183) WASHINGTON, IA10
19189) WINNEBAGO, IA00
19191) WINNESHIEK, IA10
19193) WOODBURY, IA10
19197) WRIGHT, IA10
20015) BUTLER, KS10
20045) DOUGLAS, KS3.1
20055) FINNEY, KS00
20059) FRANKLIN, KS10
20061) GEARY, KS10
20077) HARPER, KS10
20091) JOHNSON, KS5.1
20109) LOGAN, KS00
20117) MARSHALL, KS20
20133) NEOSHO, KS10
20155) RENO, KS20
20161) RILEY, KS10
20169) SALINE, KS00
20173) SEDGWICK, KS10.2
20175) SEWARD, KS10
20177) SHAWNEE, KS4.1
20209) WYANDOTTE, KS20
21003) ALLEN, KY20
21005) ANDERSON, KY10
21009) BARREN, KY20
21015) BOONE, KY00
21025) BREATHITT, KY10
21029) BULLITT, KY20
21037) CAMPBELL, KY10
21043) CARTER, KY20
21059) DAVIESS, KY20
21067) FAYETTE, KY4.1
21071) FLOYD, KY10
21085) GRAYSON, KY10
21093) HARDIN, KY20
21095) HARLAN, KY10
21101) HENDERSON, KY10
21103) HENRY, KY10
21109) JACKSON, KY10
21111) JEFFERSON, KY14.3
21117) KENTON, KY10
21121) KNOX, KY00
21123) LARUE, KY20
21131) LESLIE, KY10
21143) LYON, KY20
21151) MADISON, KY3.1
21155) MARION, KY10
21159) MARTIN, KY20
21185) OLDHAM, KY10
21195) PIKE, KY20
21205) ROWAN, KY10
21211) SHELBY, KY4.1
21215) SPENCER, KY00
21217) TAYLOR, KY00
21219) TODD, KY10
21227) WARREN, KY10
21229) WASHINGTON, KY10
22001) ACADIA, LA10
22005) ASCENSION, LA10
22015) BOSSIER, LA10
22017) CADDO, LA4.1
22019) CALCASIEU, LA5.1
22027) CLAIRBORNE, LA00
22031) DE SOTO, LA20
22033) EAST BATON ROUGE, LA8.2
22037) EAST FELICIANA, LA20
22039) EVANGELINE, LA10
22041) FRANKLIN, LA10
22043) GRANT, LA20
22045) IBERIA, LA20
22047) IBERVILLE, LA10
22049) JACKSON, LA10
22051) JEFFERSON, LA8.2
22057) LAFOURCHE, LA00
22059) LA SALLE, LA00
22063) LIVINGSTON, LA00
22071) ORLEANS, LA5.1
22073) OUACHITA, LA00
22079) RAPIDES, LA10
22089) SAINT CHARLES, LA10
22093) SAINT JAMES, LA20
22095) ST JOHN THE BAPTIST, LA20
22101) SAINT MARY, LA10
22103) SAINT TAMMANY, LA3.1
22109) TERREBONNE, LA20
22117) WASHINGTON, LA00
22121) WEST BATON ROUGE, LA10
23005) CUMBERLAND, ME4.1
23007) FRANKLIN, ME10
23011) KENNEBEC, ME10
23013) KNOX, ME20
23015) LINCOLN, ME00
23019) PENOBSCOT, ME4.1
23023) SAGADAHOC, ME4.1
23025) SOMERSET, ME10
23029) WASHINGTON, ME10
23031) YORK, ME3.1
24003) ANNE ARUNDEL, MD4.1
24005) BALTIMORE, MD13.3
24009) CALVERT, MD10
24011) CAROLINE, MD10
24013) CARROLL, MD20
24015) CECIL, MD10
24017) CHARLES, MD20
24021) FREDERICK, MD20
24025) HARFORD, MD5.1
24027) HOWARD, MD4.1
24029) KENT, MD00
24031) MONTGOMERY, MD14.3
24033) PRINCE GEORGES, MD12.3
24037) SAINT MARYS, MD10
24043) WASHINGTON, MD5.1
24045) WICOMICO, MD20
24510) BALTIMORE CITY, MD11.2
25001) BARNSTABLE, MA4.1
25003) BERKSHIRE, MA20
25005) BRISTOL, MA15.3
25009) ESSEX, MA8.2
25011) FRANKLIN, MA20
25013) HAMPDEN, MA7.2
25015) HAMPSHIRE, MA10
25017) MIDDLESEX, MA21.5
25021) NORFOLK, MA15.3
25023) PLYMOUTH, MA4.1
25025) SUFFOLK, MA10.2
25027) WORCESTER, MA7.2
26001) ALCONA, MI00
26005) ALLEGAN, MI20
26015) BARRY, MI00
26021) BERRIEN, MI4.1
26025) CALHOUN, MI3.1
26027) CASS, MI00
26031) CHEBOYGAN, MI20
26035) CLARE, MI10
26037) CLINTON, MI10
26045) EATON, MI10
26047) EMMET, MI00
26049) GENESEE, MI8.2
26051) GLADWIN, MI10
26053) GOGEBIC, MI00
26059) HILLSDALE, MI10
26065) INGHAM, MI5.1
26067) IONIA, MI10
26069) IOSCO, MI3.1
26073) ISABELLA, MI10
26075) JACKSON, MI10
26077) KALAMAZOO, MI6.1
26081) KENT, MI4.1
26087) LAPEER, MI10
26089) LEELANAU, MI00
26091) LENAWEE, MI00
26093) LIVINGSTON, MI4.1
26099) MACOMB, MI20
26103) MARQUETTE, MI10
26105) MASON, MI10
26107) MECOSTA, MI10
26111) MIDLAND, MI20
26115) MONROE, MI20
26117) MONTCALM, MI00
26121) MUSKEGON, MI3.1
26123) NEWAYGO, MI20
26125) OAKLAND, MI20.4
26129) OGEMAW, MI10
26139) OTTAWA, MI5.1
26145) SAGINAW, MI10
26147) SAINT CLAIR, MI6.1
26149) SAINT JOSEPH, MI20
26151) SANILAC, MI10
26155) SHIAWASSEE, MI10
26157) TUSCOLA, MI00
26159) VAN BUREN, MI20
26161) WASHTENAW, MI4.1
26163) WAYNE, MI20.4
26165) WEXFORD, MI10
27003) ANOKA, MN7.2
27009) BENTON, MN10
27019) CARVER, MN10
27023) CHIPPEWA, MN10
27025) CHISAGO, MN10
27027) CLAY, MN00
27033) COTTONWOOD, MN00
27035) CROW WING, MN10
27037) DAKOTA, MN20
27045) FILLMORE, MN10
27049) GOODHUE, MN3.1
27053) HENNEPIN, MN26.6
27059) ISANTI, MN10
27061) ITASCA, MN10
27065) KANABEC, MN00
27069) KITTSON, MN10
27075) LAKE, MN00
27085) MCLEOD, MN10
27087) MAHNOMEN, MN10
27095) MILLE LACS, MN10
27099) MOWER, MN10
27103) MICOLLET, MN10
27105) NOBLES, MN10
27109) OLMSTED, MN20
27123) RAMSEY, MN13.3
27137) SAINT LOUIS, MN6.1
27139) SCOTT, MN4.1
27141) SHERBURNE, MN10
27145) STEARNS, MN3.1
27153) TODD, MN10
27163) WASHINGTON, MN20
27169) WINONA, MN10
27171) WRIGHT, MN20
28003) ALCORN, MS20
28011) BOLIVAR, MS20
28017) CHICKASAW, MS10
28033) DESOTO, MS20
28035) FORREST, MS00
28037) FRANKLIN, MS10
28041) GREENE, MS10
28045) HANCOCK, MS10
28047) HARRISON, MS10
28049) HINDS, MS3.1
28053) HUMPHREYS, MS00
28059) JACKSON, MS10
28065) JEFFERSON DAVIS, MS10
28067) JONES, MS20
28071) LAFAYETTE, MS4.1
28073) LAMAR, MS4.1
28075) LAUDERDALE, MS10
28077) LAWRENCE, MS20
28081) LEE, MS10
28087) LOWNDES, MS10
28089) MADISON, MS20
28091) MARION, MS00
28093) MARSHALL, MS20
28095) MONROE, MS20
28107) PANOLA, MS10
28109) PEARL RIVER, MS00
28117) PRENTISS, MS00
28121) RANKIN, MS20
28131) STONE, MS10
28133) SUNFLOWER, MS20
28135) TALLAHATCHE, MS10
28137) TATE, MS00
28139) TIPPAH, MS10
28149) WARREN, MS00
28153) WAYNE, MS00
28157) WILKINSON, MS10
28161) YALOBUSHA, MS10
28163) YAZOO, MS10
29001) ADAIR, MO10
29019) BOONE, MO7.2
29027) CALLAWAY, MO10
29037) CASS, MO10
29045) CLARK, MO10
29047) CLAY, MO10
29049) CLINTON, MO10
29051) COLE, MO20
29061) DAVIESS, MO20
29067) DOUGLAS, MO00
29069) DUNKLIN, MO10
29071) FRANKLIN, MO10
29077) GREENE, MO20
29083) HENRY, MO3.1
29091) HOWELL, MO10
29095) JACKSON, MO11.2
29097) JASPER, MO10
29099) JEFFERSON, MO5.1
29105) LACLEDE, MO10
29109) LAWRENCE, MO10
29111) LEWIS, MO10
29113) LINCOLN, MO20
29123) MADISON, MO00
29141) MORGAN, MO20
29161) PHELPS, MO10
29163) PIKE, MO10
29165) PLATTE, MO20
29169) PULASKI, MO3.1
29175) RANDOLPH, MO10
29183) SAINT CHARLES, MO3.1
29189) SAINT LOUIS, MO19.4
29195) SALINE, MO00
29201) SCOTT, MO20
29209) STONE, MO20
29219) WARREN, MO20
29229) WRIGHT, MO00
29510) SAINT LOUIS CITY, MO5.1
30009) CARBON MT00
30013) CASCADE, MT3.1
30029) FLATHEAD, MT10
30031) GALLATIN, MT20
30041) HILL, MT00
30049) LEWIS AND CLARK, MT3.1
30071) PHILLIPS, MT00
30081) RAVALLI, MT10
30085) ROOSEVELT, MT10
30091) SHERIDAN, MT00
30093) SILVER BOW, MT10
30107) WHEATLAND, MT10
31039) CUMING, NE20
31041) CUSTER, NE10
31047) DAWSON, NE3.1
31053) DODGE, NE10
31055) DOUGLAS, NE13.3
31059) FILLMORE, NE10
31061) FRANKLIN, NE00
31079) HALL, NE10
31089) HOLT, NE10
31109) LANCASTER, NE9.2
31111) LINCOLN, NE00
31119) MADISON, NE20
31125) NANCE, NE00
31141) PLATTE, NE20
31145) RED WILLOW, NE10
31153) SARPY, NE10
31155) SAUNDERS, NE00
31157) SCOTTS BLUFF, NE10
31169) THAYER, NE00
32001) CHURCHILL, NV00
32003) CLARK, NV24.5
32019) LYON, NV10
32023) NYE, NV10
32031) WASHOE, NV6.1
32510) CARSON CITY, NV10
33001) BELKNAP, NH10
33005) CHESHIRE, NH00
33009) GRAFTON, NH20
33011) HILLSBOROUGH, NH10.2
33013) MERRIMACK, NH3.1
33015) ROCKINGHAM, NH9.2
33017) STRAFFORD, NH00
33019) SULLIVAN, NH10
34001) ATLANTIC, NJ5.1
34003) BERGEN, NJ8.2
34005) BURLINGTON, NJ3.1
34007) CAMDEN, NJ10.2
34011) CUMBERLAND, NJ7.2
34013) ESSEX, NJ8.2
34015) GLOUCESTER, NJ9.2
34017) HUDSON, NJ8.2
34019) HUNTERDON, NJ10
34021) MERCER, NJ5.1
34023) MIDDLESEX, NJ13.3
34025) MONMOUTH, NJ4.1
34027) MORRIS, NJ4.1
34029) OCEAN, NJ6.1
34031) PASSAIC, NJ3.1
34035) SOMERSET, NJ6.1
34037) SUSSEX, NJ00
34039) UNION, NJ9.2
34041) WARREN, NJ3.1
35001) BERNALILLO, NM10.2
35005) CHAVES, NM20
35009) CURRY, NM20
35013) DONA ANA, NM10
35015) EDDY, NM00
35025) LEA, NM10
35035) OTERO, NM00
35043) SANDOVAL, NM00
35045) SAN JUAN, NM3.1
35049) SANTA FE, NM5.1
35051) SIERRA, NM00
35053) SOCORRO, NM00
35059) UNION, NM10
35061) VALENCIA, NM10
36001) ALBANY, NY7.2
36005) BRONX, NY28.6
36007) BROOME, NY6.1
36009) CATTARAUGUS, NY20
36013) CHAUTAUQUA, NY4.1
36015) CHEMUNG, NY20
36017) CHENANGO, NY10
36019) CLINTON, NY20
36023) CORTLAND, NY10
36025) DELAWARE, NY20
36027) DUTCHESS, NY5.1
36029) ERIE, NY19.4
36031) ESSEX, NY20
36033) FRANKLIN, NY20
36035) FULTON, NY10
36039) GREENE, NY10
36043) HERKIMER, NY3.1
36045) JEFFERSON, NY10
36047) KINGS, NY40.9
36051) LIVINGSTON, NY10
36053) MADISON, NY10
36055) MONROE, NY18.4
36057) MONTGOMERY, NY3.1
36059) NASSAU, NY16.4
36061) NEW YORK, NY12.3
36063) NIAGARA, NY10
36065) ONEIDA, NY3.1
36067) ONONDAGA, NY12.3
36071) ORANGE, NY3.1
36075) OSWEGO, NY10
36077) OTSEGO, NY20
36081) QUEENS, NY29.7
36083) RENSSELAER, NY4.1
36085) RICHMOND, NY4.1
36087) ROCKLAND, NY4.1
36089) SAINT LAWRENCE, NY3.1
36091) SARATOGA, NY3.1
36093) SCHENECTADY, NY10
36095) SCHOHARIE, NY10
36099) SENECA, NY20
36103) SUFFOLK, NY11.2
36105) SULLIVAN, NY7.2
36107) TIOGA, NY10
36109) TOMPKINS, NY00
36111) ULSTER, NY5.1
36115) WASHINGTON, NY10
36117) WAYNE, NY00
36119) WESTCHESTER, NY8.2
36121) WYOMING, NY10
37001) ALAMANCE, NC10
37003) ALEXANDER, NC10
37009) ASHE, NC10
37013) BEAUFORT, NC10
37017) BLADEN, NC20
37021) BUNCOMBE, NC6.1
37023) BURKE, NC20
37025) CABARRUS, NC00
37027) CALDWELL, NC10
37035) CATAWBA, NC9.2
37037) CHATHAM, NC10
37041) CHOWAN, NC20
37045) CLEVELAND, NC3.1
37047) COLUMBUS, NC10
37049) CRAVEN, NC20
37051) CUMBERLAND, NC8.2
37055) DARE, NC10
37063) DURHAM, NC4.1
37065) EDGECOMBE, NC20
37067) FORSYTH, NC6.1
37069) FRANKLIN, NC20
37071) GASTON, NC20
37077) GRANVILLE, NC10
37079) GREENE, NC10
37081) GUILFORD, NC7.2
37083) HALIFAX, NC00
37085) HARNETT, NC3.1
37089) HENDERSON, NC00
37101) JOHNSTON, NC3.1
37105) LEE, NC3.1
37107) LENOIR, NC20
37109) LINCOLN, NC10
37111) MCDOWELL, NC10
37115) MADISON, NC10
37119) MECKLENBURG, NC7.2
37121) MITCHELL, NC10
37123) MONTGOMERY, NC10
37125) MOORE, NC10
37127) NASH, NC00
37129) NEW HANOVER, NC4.1
37133) ONSLOW, NC3.1
37135) ORANGE, NC20
37139) PASQUOTANK, NC00
37141) PENDER, NC20
37143) PERQUIMANS, NC00
37145) PERSON, NC10
37147) PITT, NC10
37151) RANDOLPH, NC10
37155) ROBESON, NC20
37157) ROCKINGHAM, NC10
37159) ROWAN, NC10
37161) RUTHERFORD, NC10
37163) SAMPSON, NC20
37165) SCOTLAND, NC10
37167) STANLY, NC20
37169) STOKES, NC20
37179) UNION, NC6.1
37183) WAKE, NC22.5
37189) WATAUGA, NC10
37193) WILKES, NC10
37195) WILSON, NC3.1
37197) YADon't knowIN, NC20
38003) BARNES, ND10
38015) BURLEIGH, ND3.1
38017) CASS, ND4.1
38035) GRAND FORKS, ND20
38073) RANSOM, ND10
38077) RICHLAND, ND10
38089) STARK, ND10
38093) STUTSMAN, ND10
38095) TOWNER, ND00
38101) WARD, ND00
38103) WELLS, ND00
39001) ADAMS, OH10
39005) ASHLAND, OH10
39009) ATHENS, OH20
39013) BELMONT, OH10
39015) BROWN, OH10
39017) BUTLER, OH6.1
39023) CLARK, OH3.1
39025) CLERMONT, OH10
39027) CLINTON, OH10
39029) COLUMBIANA, OH20
39035) CUYAHOGA, OH14.3
39037) DARKE, OH10
39039) DEFIANCE, OH00
39041) DELAWARE, OH3.1
39043) ERIE, OH00
39045) FAIRFIELD, OH20
39049) FRANKLIN, OH16.4
39055) GEAUGA, OH10
39057) GREENE, OH3.1
39061) HAMILTON, OH6.1
39065) HARDIN, OH20
39071) HIGHLAND, OH10
39075) HOLMES, OH10
39077) HURON, OH3.1
39079) JACKSON, OH00
39081) JEFFERSON, OH00
39083) KNOX, OH10
39085) LAKE, OH10
39089) LICKING, OH3.1
39091) LOGAN, OH10
39093) LORAIN, OH6.1
39095) LUCAS, OH11.2
39101) MARION, OH10
39103) MEDINA, OH20
39105) MEIGS, OH10
39111) MONROE, OH10
39113) MONTGOMERY, OH4.1
39115) MORGAN, OH10
39117) MORROW, OH10
39119) MUSKINGUM, OH10
39121) NOBLE, OH20
39125) PAULDING, OH20
39127) PERRY, OH10
39133) PORTAGE, OH3.1
39137) PUTNAM, OH10
39139) RICHLAND, OH3.1
39141) ROSS, OH10
39145) SCIOTO, OH20
39147) SENECA, OH00
39151) STARK, OH4.1
39153) SUMMIT, OH5.1
39155) TRUMBULL, OH00
39157) TUSCARAWAS, OH3.1
39165) WARREN, OH20
39169) WAYNE, OH00
39175) WYANDOT, OH10
40011) BLAINE, OK10
40017) CANADIAN, OK10
40019) CARTER, OK3.1
40021) CHEROKEE, OK20
40023) CHOCTAW, OK4.1
40027) CLEVELAND, OK5.1
40031) COMANCHE, OK10
40037) CREEK, OK10
40039) CUSTER, OK20
40047) GARFIELD, OK20
40049) GARVIN, OK00
40051) GRADY, OK20
40061) HASKELL, OK00
40065) JACKSON, OK00
40073) KINGFISHER, OK10
40077) LATIMER, OK10
40079) LE FLORE, OK00
40109) OKLAHOMA, OK11.2
40111) OKMULGEE, OK20
40113) OSAGE, OK10
40119) PAYNE, OK20
40131) ROGERS, OK00
40133) SEMINOLE, OK10
40135) SEQUOYAH, OK10
40143) TULSA, OK10.2
40145) WAGONER, OK20
41001) BAKER, OR10
41003) BENTON, OR3.1
41005) CLACKAMAS, OR9.2
41007) CLATSOP, OR20
41009) COLUMBIA, OR20
41013) CROOK, OR20
41015) CURRY, OR10
41017) DESCHUTES, OR10
41019) DOUGLAS, OR4.1
41027) HOOD RIVER, OR10
41029) JACKSON, OR4.1
41033) JOSEPHINE, OR3.1
41035) KLAMATH, OR20
41039) LANE, OR8.2
41041) LINCOLN, OR10
41043) LINN, OR4.1
41047) MARION, OR8.2
41051) MULTNOMAH, OR24.5
41059) UMATILLA, OR3.1
41063) WALLOWA, OR10
41067) WASHINGTON, OR3.1
41071) YAMHILL, OR20
42001) ADAMS, PA20
42003) ALLEGHENY, PA29.7
42005) ARMSTRONG, PA20
42007) BEAVER, PA10
42011) BERKS, PA4.1
42013) BLAIR, PA10
42017) BUCKS, PA8.2
42019) BUTLER, PA3.1
42021) CAMBRIA, PA20
42025) CARBON, PA10
42027) CENTRE, PA8.2
42029) CHESTER, PA4.1
42033) CLEARFIELD, PA10
42035) CLINTON, PA00
42037) COLUMBIA, PA00
42039) CRAWFORD, PA00
42041) CUMBERLAND, PA6.1
42043) DAUPHIN, PA20
42045) DELAWARE, PA5.1
42047) ELK, PA20
42049) ERIE, PA3.1
42051) FAYETTE, PA5.1
42055) FRANKLIN, PA10
42057) FULTON, PA10
42059) GREENE, PA20
42061) HUNTINGDON, PA00
42063) INDIANA, PA10
42069) LACKAWANNA, PA20
42071) LANCASTER, PA6.1
42073) LAWRENCE, PA10
42075) LEBANON, PA5.1
42077) LEHIGH, PA10
42079) LUZERNE, PA5.1
42081) LYCOMING, PA10
42083) MCKEAN, PA10
42085) MERCER, PA10
42087) MIFFLIN, PA10
42091) MONTGOMERY, PA8.2
42095) NORTHHAMPTON, PA3.1
42097) NORTHUMBERLAND, PA10
42101) PHILADELPHIA, PA29.7
42103) PIKE, PA00
42107) SCHUYLKILL, PA6.1
42115) SUSQUEHANNA, PA20
42119) UNION, PA20
42121) VENANGO, PA20
42123) WARREN, PA20
42125) WASHINGTON, PA4.1
42129) WESTMORELAND, PA6.1
42131) WYOMING, PA10
42133) YORK, PA20
44001) BRISTOL, RI10
44003) KENT, RI4.1
44005) NEWPORT, RI00
44007) PROVIDENCE, RI14.3
44009) WASHINGTON, RI20
45001) ABBEVILLE, SC10
45003) AIKEN, SC4.1
45007) ANDERSON, SC20
45013) BEAUFORT, SC3.1
45015) BERKELEY, SC3.1
45019) CHARLESTON, SC20
45021) CHEROKEE, SC10
45029) COLLETON, SC10
45031) DARLINGTON, SC10
45035) DORCHESTER, SC3.1
45041) FLORENCE, SC5.1
45043) GEORGETOWN, SC00
45045) GREENVILLE, SC11.2
45051) HORRY, SC3.1
45059) LAURENS, SC20
45063) LEXINGTON, SC9.2
45071) NEWBERRY, SC10
45073) OCONEE, SC10
45075) ORANGEBURG, SC10
45077) PICKENS, SC20
45079) RICHLAND, SC20
45083) SPARTANBURG, SC6.1
45085) SUMTER, SC10
45089) WILLIAMSBURG, SC10
45091) YORK, SC3.1
46005) BEADLE, SD3.1
46009) BON HOMME, SD00
46011) BROOKINGS, SD10
46021) CAMPBELL, SD10
46027) CLAY, SD10
46047) FALL RIVER, SD00
46065) HUGHES, SD00
46077) KINGSBURY, SD00
46099) MINNEHAHA, SD10
46103) PENNINGTON, SD20
46127) UNION, SD10
46135) YANKTON, SD10
47001) ANDERSON, TN00
47003) BEDFORD, TN20
47009) BLOUNT, TN20
47011) BRADLEY, TN10
47013) CAMPBELL, TN20
47019) CARTER, TN00
47021) CHEATHAM, TN10
47025) CLAIBORNE, TN10
47029) COCKE, TN20
47031) COFFEE, TN3.1
47035) CUMBERLAND, TN20
47037) DAVIDSON, TN12.3
47043) DICKSON, TN20
47045) DYER, TN20
47047) FAYETTE, TN00
47053) GIBSON, TN20
47057) GRAINGER, TN10
47059) GREENE, TN10
47063) HAMBLEN, TN20
47065) HAMILTON, TN3.1
47079) HENRY, TN00
47081) HICKMAN, TN00
47091) JOHNSON, TN10
47093) KNOX, TN6.1
47105) LOUDON, TN00
47107) MCMINN, TN10
47111) MACON, TN10
47113) MADISON, TN3.1
47117) MARSHALL, TN20
47119) MAURY, TN20
47121) MEIGS, TN10
47123) MONROE, TN10
47129) MORGAN, TN3.1
47131) OBION, TN00
47133) OVERTON, TN00
47141) PUTNAM, TN00
47149) RUTHERFORD, TN4.1
47155) SEVIER, TN10
47157) SHELBY, TN15.3
47163) SULLIVAN, TN4.1
47165) SUMNER, TN6.1
47167) TIPTON, TN20
47169) TROUSDALE, TN10
47171) UNICOI, TN10
47177) WARREN, TN3.1
47179) WASHINGTON, TN10
47185) WHITE, TN20
47187) WILLIAMSON, TN4.1
47189) WILSON, TN3.1
48001) ANDERSON, TX10
48005) ANGELINA, TX10
48013) ATASCOSA, TX20
48019) BANDERA, TX10
48021) BASTROP, TX10
48027) BELL, TX6.1
48029) BEXAR, TX22.5
48037) BOWIE, TX3.1
48039) BRAZORIA, TX4.1
48041) BRAZOS, TX4.1
48049) BROWN, TX10
48053) BURNET, TX10
48061) CAMERON, TX8.2
48073) CHEROKEE, TX10
48075) CHILDRESS, TX00
48085) COLLIN, TX8.2
48091) COMAL, TX20
48099) CORYELL, TX5.1
48113) DALLAS, TX34.8
48121) DENTON, TX6.1
48133) EASTLAND, TX00
48135) ECTOR, TX3.1
48139) ELLIS, TX4.1
48141) EL PASO, TX13.3
48143) ERATH, TX10
48157) FORT BEND, TX5.1
48167) GALVESTON, TX20
48171) GILLEPSIE, TX10
48179) GRAY, TX10
48181) GRAYSON, TX20
48183) GREGG, TX3.1
48187) GUADALUPE, TX20
48199) HARDIN, TX20
48201) HARRIS, TX521.2
48209) HAYS, TX00
48215) HIDALGO, TX13.3
48221) HOOD, TX00
48225) HOUSTON, TX10
48245) JEFFERSON, TX20
48251) JOHNSON, TX10
48257) KAUFMAN, TX00
48259) KENDALL, TX10
48265) KERR, TX00
48281) LAMPASS, TX3.1
48285) LAVACA, TX10
48287) LEE, TX10
48291) LIBERTY, TX10
48303) LUBBOCK, TX3.1
48309) MCLENNAN, TX3.1
48321) MATAGORDA, TX10
48329) MIDLAND, TX3.1
48337) MONTAGUE, TX00
48339) MONTGOMERY, TX8.2
48341) MOORE, TX10
48355) NUECES, TX7.2
48361) ORANGE, TX10
48367) PARKER, TX20
48375) POTTER, TX20
48381) RANDALL, TX20
48387) RED RIVER, TX10
48423) SMITH, TX4.1
48439) TARRANT, TX23.5
48441) TAYLOR, TX00
48449) TITUS, TX20
48451) TOM GREENE, TX10
48453) TRAVIS, TX13.3
48467) VAN ZANDIT, TX10
48477) WASHINGTON, TX10
48479) WEBB, TX10
48489) WILLACY, TX10
48491) WILLIAMSON, TX12.3
48497) WISE, TX3.1
48499) WOOD, TX10
48503) YOUNG, TX10
48507) ZAVALA, TX10
49003) BOX ELDER, UT10
49005) CACHE, UT4.1
49011) DAVIS, UT8.2
49015) EMERY, UT10
49021) IRON, UT10
49027) MILLARD, UT10
49035) SALT LAKE, UT17.4
49039) SANPETE, UT20
49041) SEVIER, UT00
49043) SUMMIT, UT20
49049) UTAH, UT16.4
49051) WASATCH, UT00
49053) WASHINGTON, UT20
49057) WEBER, UT4.1
50001) ADDISON, VT20
50003) BENNINGTON, VT00
50007) CHITTENDEN, VT3.1
50013) GRAND ISLE, VT10
50015) LAMOILLE, VT10
50019) ORLEANS, VT20
50021) RUTLAND, VT10
50025) WINDHAM, VT4.1
51001) ACCOMACK, VA10
51003) ALBEMARLE, VA3.1
51013) ARLINGTON, VA3.1
51019) BEDFORD, VA10
51023) BOTETOURT, VA20
51027) BUCHANAN, VA10
51033) CAROLINE, VA10
51035) CARROLL, VA3.1
51041) CHESTERFIELD, VA3.1
51059) FAIRFAX, VA14.3
51061) FAUQUIER, VA10
51067) FRANKLIN, VA10
51069) FREDERICK, VA3.1
51071) GILES, VA00
51073) GLOUCESTER, VA10
51083) HALIFAX, VA10
51085) HANOVER, VA10
51087) HENRICO, VA10
51089) HENRY, VA20
51093) ISLE OF WIGHT, VA10
51107) LOUDOUN, VA10
51117) MECKLENBURG, VA10
51121) MONTGOMERY, VA10
51127) NEW KENT, VA10
51137) ORANGE, VA20
51139) PAGE, VA10
51147) PRINCE EDWARD, VA10
51153) PRINCE WILLIAM, VA10
51155) PULASKI, VA10
51163) ROCKBRIDGE, VA10
51169) SCOTT, VA10
51171) SHENANDOAH, VA10
51177) SPOTSYLVANIA, VA00
51179) STAFFORD, VA4.1
51185) TAZEWELL, VA00
51187) WARREN, VA10
51191) WASHINGTON, VA10
51195) WISE, VA10
51197) WYTHE, VA10
51520) BRISOL CITY, VA20
51530) BUENA VISTA CITY, VA10
51540) CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY, VA20
51550) CHESAPEAKE CITY, VA5.1
51570) COLONIAL HEIGHTS CITY, VA20
51630) FREDERICKSBURG CITY, VA20
51680) LYNCHBURG CITY, VA10
51700) NEWPORT NEWS CITY, VA8.2
51710) NORFOLK CITY, VA3.1
51740) PORTSMOUTH CITY, VA20
51760) RICHMOND CITY, VA20
51770) ROANOKE CITY, VA4.1
51775) SALEM, VA10
51790) STAUNTON CITY, VA3.1
51800) SUFFOLK CITY, VA20
51810) VIRGINIA BEACH CITY, VA14.3
51840) WINCHESTER CITY, VA20
53005) BENTON, WA20
53009) CLALLAM, WA3.1
53011) CLARK, WA5.1
53015) COWLITZ, WA20
53025) GRANT, WA20
53027) GRAYS HARBOR, WA20
53029) ISLAND, WA3.1
53031) JEFFERSON, WA00
53033) KING, WA21.5
53035) KITSAP, WA10.2
53039) KLICKITAT, WA20
53041) LEWIS, WA10
53045) MASON, WA20
53047) OKANOGAN, WA3.1
53051) PEND OREILLE, WA10
53053) PIERCE, WA13.3
53057) SKAGIT, WA20
53061) SNOHOMISH, WA8.2
53063) SPOKANE, WA11.2
53065) STEVENS, WA10
53067) THURSTON, WA4.1
53071) WALLA WALLA, WA10
53073) WHATCOM, WA7.2
53075) WHITMAN, WA3.1
53077) YAKIMA, WA7.2
54003) BERKELEY, WV10
54011) CABELL, WV10
54019) FAYETTE, WV3.1
54025) GREENBRIER, WV20
54027) HAMPSHIRE, WV10
54029) HANCOCK, WV10
54031) HARDY, WV20
54037) JEFFERSON, WV10
54039) KANAWHA, WV5.1
54049) MARION, WV4.1
54055) MERCER, WV4.1
54061) MONONGALIA, WV3.1
54075) POCAHONTAS, WV00
54077) PRESTON, WV10
54079) PUTNAM, WV20
54083) RANDOLPH, WV10
54085) RITCHIE, WV10
54087) ROANE, WV10
54095) TYLER, WV20
54097) UPSHUR, WV10
54103) WETZEL, WV10
54107) WOOD, WV10
54109) WYOMING, WV10
55009) BROWN, WI3.1
55013) BURNETT, WI00
55015) CALUMET, WI00
55017) CHIPPEWA, WI00
55019) CLARK, WI10
55021) COLUMBIA, WI10
55025) DANE, WI5.1
55027) DODGE, WI10
55033) DUNN, WI10
55035) EAU CLAIRE, WI00
55043) GRANT, WI10
55055) JEFFERSON, WI20
55059) KENOSHA, WI20
55061) KEWAUNEE, WI00
55063) LA CROSSE, WI10
55069) LINCOLN, WI00
55071) MANITOWOC, WI10
55073) MARATHON, WI20
55078) MENOMINEE, WI10
55079) MILWAUKEE, WI18.4
55081) MONROE, WI10
55085) ONEIDA, WI10
55087) OUTAGAMIE, WI10
55089) OZAUKEE, WI5.1
55093) PIERCE, WI20
55095) POLK, WI10
55097) PORTAGE, WI20
55099) PRICE, WI10
55101) RACINE, WI20
55105) ROCK, WI10
55109) SAINT CROIX, WI10
55111) SAUK, WI20
55113) SAWYER, WI00
55115) SHAWANO, WI20
55117) SHEBOYGAN, WI20
55119) TAYLOR, WI00
55121) TREMPEALEAU, WI20
55127) WALWORTH, WI20
55131) WASHINGTON, WI3.1
55133) WAUKESHA, WI8.2
55135) WAUPACA, WI20
55139) WINNEBAGO, WI10
55141) WOOD, WI3.1
56007) CARBON, WY00
56013) FREMONT, WY20
56021) LARIMIE, WY3.1
56023) LINCOLN, WY00
56025) NATRONA, WY4.1
56029) PARK, WY10
56031) PLATTE, WY00
56033) SHERIDAN, WY00
56037) SWEETWATER, WY10
TOTAL4453100.0
108) State from FIPS code-2012 zip merge (STATE)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama701.6
2) Alaska13.3
4) Arizona831.9
5) Arkansas551.2
6) California4349.7
8) Colorado821.8
9) Connecticut541.2
10) Delaware21.5
11) District of Columbia6.1
12) Florida2525.6
13) Georgia1252.8
15) Hawaii19.4
16) Idaho29.6
17) Illinois1774
18) Indiana1373.1
19) Iowa42.9
20) Kansas34.8
21) Kentucky611.4
22) Louisiana601.3
23) Maine20.4
24) Maryland801.8
25) Massachusetts972.2
26) Michigan1282.9
27) Minnesota871.9
28) Mississippi491.1
29) Missouri902
30) Montana15.3
31) Nebraska40.9
32) Nevada33.7
33) New Hampshire26.6
34) New Jersey1112.5
35) New Mexico27.6
36) New York2846.4
37) North Carolina1543.5
38) North Dakota14.3
39) Ohio1353
40) Oklahoma551.2
41) Oregon861.9
42) Pennsylvania1904.3
44) Rhode Island21.5
45) South Carolina691.5
46) South Dakota13.3
47) Tennessee1102.5
48) Texas3307.4
49) Utah591.3
50) Vermont13.3
51) Virginia1172.6
53) Washington1172.6
54) West Virginia41.9
55) Wisconsin861.9
56) Wyoming12.3
TOTAL4463100.0
109) Census Region-2012 zip merge (CREGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast81718.3
2) Midwest98322
3) South165437
4) West101122.6
TOTAL4465100.0
110) Community type-merge from Zip 2012 (USR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
111) Final weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.562
112) What is your age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-34131229.4
2) 35-49110224.7
3) 50-65121527.2
4) 65 or older83518.7
TOTAL4464100.0
113) 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? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more168938.1
2) A few times a year to twice a month142632.2
3) Seldom or never131929.7
Missing41 
TOTAL4434100.0
114) What is the last grade or class that you completed in school? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school45710.3
2) High school graduate137030.9
3) Technical, trade, vocational school or some college (no four-year degree)139431.5
4) College graduate73516.6
5) Post-graduate training or professional schooling after college47110.6
Missing31 
TOTAL4427100.0
115) In politics today, do you consider yourself a Republican, Democrat or Independent? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Republican101624.5
2) Democrat142034.2
3) Independent171741.3
Missing253 
TOTAL4153100.0
116) What is your race? Are you white, black, Asian, mixed race or some other race? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White333476.4
2) Black56312.9
3) Other race46510.7
Missing99 
TOTAL4362100.0
117) 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? [If respondent volunteers 'nothing in particular, none, no religion, etc.' before reaching end of list, prompt with: and would you say that's atheist, agnostic or just nothing in particular?] (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant178640.5
2) Roman Catholic94121.4
3) Other religion73416.7
4) Atheist, agnostic or nothing in particular94621.5
Missing68 
TOTAL4407100.0
118) SEX [ENTER RESPONDENT'S SEX] (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male215748.3
2) Female230851.7
TOTAL4465100.0