National Survey on Discrimination in Mexico, Religious Minorities

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Interview number (FOLIO) (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7895120.6123545
2) Interview number of second capture (FOLIO2) (ID2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7895120.6123545
3) State number (EDO) (STATENM)
TOTAL%
1) 40.5
2) 151.9
4) 202.5
5) 324.1
6) 162.0
7) 10012.7
8) 303.8
9) 506.3
11) 243.0
12) 81.0
13) 81.0
14) 232.9
15) 10112.8
16) 202.5
17) 91.1
18) 60.8
19) 121.5
20) 101.3
21) 324.1
23) 70.9
24) 111.4
25) 243.0
26) 273.4
27) 162.0
28) 496.2
29) 50.6
30) 9512.0
31) 263.3
32) 91.1
TOTAL789100.0
4) State number of the second capture (EDO1) (STATENM1)
TOTAL%
1) 40.5
2) 151.9
4) 202.5
5) 324.1
6) 162.0
7) 10012.7
8) 303.8
9) 506.3
11) 243.0
12) 81.0
13) 81.0
14) 232.9
15) 10112.8
16) 202.5
17) 91.1
18) 60.8
19) 121.5
20) 101.3
21) 324.1
23) 70.9
24) 111.4
25) 243.0
26) 273.4
27) 162.0
28) 496.2
29) 50.6
30) 9512.0
31) 263.3
32) 91.1
TOTAL789100.0
5) Municipality (MPIO) (MUNICIP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78945.80443
6) Municipality (MPIO1) (MUNICIP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78945.80443
7) Basic Geostatistical Area (similar to Census Tract) (AGEB) (BGSAREA)
8) Basic Geostatistical Area of the second capture (similar to Census Tract) (AGEBS) (BGSAREA1)
9) Locality (LOCA)
TOTAL%
1) 54869.5
2) 50.6
3) 40.5
4) 70.9
5) 101.3
6) 30.4
8) 40.5
10) 10.1
14) 81.0
15) 40.5
16) 81.0
18) 91.1
19) 111.4
21) 50.6
22) 50.6
24) 40.5
25) 50.6
27) 30.4
29) 50.6
34) 20.3
37) 50.6
39) 30.4
42) 111.4
43) 70.9
50) 20.3
51) 121.5
56) 30.4
58) 20.3
62) 40.5
71) 40.5
85) 30.4
92) 60.8
93) 20.3
99) 50.6
109) 121.5
137) 30.4
149) 30.4
151) 40.5
164) 91.1
186) 20.3
194) 20.3
252) 30.4
268) 101.3
337) 81.0
394) 20.3
484) 30.4
556) 30.4
773) 50.6
TOTAL789100.0
10) Locality of second capture (LOCAL)
TOTAL%
1) 54869.5
2) 50.6
3) 40.5
4) 70.9
5) 101.3
6) 30.4
8) 40.5
10) 10.1
14) 81.0
15) 40.5
16) 81.0
18) 91.1
19) 111.4
21) 50.6
22) 50.6
24) 40.5
25) 50.6
27) 30.4
29) 50.6
34) 20.3
37) 50.6
39) 30.4
42) 111.4
43) 70.9
50) 20.3
51) 121.5
56) 30.4
58) 20.3
62) 40.5
71) 40.5
85) 30.4
92) 60.8
93) 20.3
99) 50.6
109) 121.5
137) 30.4
149) 30.4
151) 40.5
164) 91.1
186) 20.3
194) 20.3
252) 30.4
268) 101.3
337) 81.0
394) 20.3
484) 30.4
556) 30.4
773) 50.6
TOTAL789100.0
11) Blocks for Basic Geostatistical Area (MZAX) (BLOCKS)
TOTAL%
1) 10.1
3) 40.5
10) 10.1
14) 40.5
16) 60.8
18) 30.4
20) 263.3
21) 60.8
23) 60.8
24) 50.6
25) 91.1
26) 202.5
27) 111.4
28) 121.5
29) 101.3
30) 111.4
31) 222.8
32) 81.0
33) 141.8
34) 232.9
35) 476.0
36) 455.7
37) 141.8
38) 222.8
39) 202.5
40) 60.8
41) 172.2
42) 192.4
43) 81.0
44) 111.4
45) 101.3
46) 303.8
47) 263.3
48) 162.0
49) 70.9
50) 40.5
51) 40.5
52) 91.1
53) 141.8
55) 20.3
56) 141.8
57) 172.2
58) 50.6
59) 81.0
60) 50.6
62) 50.6
108) 10.1
180) 20.3
999) 19925.2
TOTAL789100.0
12) Blocks for Basic Geostatistical Area of the second capture (MZAX1) (BLOCKS1)
TOTAL%
1) 10.1
3) 40.5
10) 10.1
14) 40.5
16) 60.8
18) 30.4
20) 263.3
21) 60.8
23) 60.8
24) 50.6
25) 91.1
26) 202.5
27) 111.4
28) 121.5
29) 101.3
30) 111.4
31) 222.8
32) 81.0
33) 141.8
34) 232.9
35) 476.0
36) 455.7
37) 141.8
38) 222.8
39) 202.5
40) 60.8
41) 172.2
42) 192.4
43) 81.0
44) 111.4
45) 101.3
46) 303.8
47) 263.3
48) 162.0
49) 70.9
50) 40.5
51) 40.5
52) 91.1
53) 141.8
55) 20.3
56) 141.8
57) 172.2
58) 50.6
59) 81.0
60) 50.6
62) 50.6
108) 10.1
180) 20.3
999) 19925.2
TOTAL789100.0
13) Objective type of population (TPOS)
TOTAL%
1) 31339.7
2) 40451.2
3) 729.1
TOTAL789100.0
14) Objective type of population of the second capture (TIP)
TOTAL%
1) 31339.7
2) 40451.2
3) 729.1
TOTAL789100.0
15) Block chosen (MZA) (BLOCK)
TOTAL%
1) 91.1
2) 131.6
3) 425.3
4) 364.6
5) 212.7
6) 192.4
7) 131.6
8) 212.7
9) 162.0
10) 192.4
11) 293.7
12) 121.5
13) 253.2
14) 222.8
15) 273.4
16) 50.6
17) 182.3
18) 81.0
19) 232.9
20) 192.4
21) 50.6
22) 81.0
23) 121.5
24) 172.2
25) 101.3
26) 222.8
27) 30.4
28) 131.6
29) 81.0
30) 60.8
31) 81.0
32) 40.5
33) 70.9
34) 121.5
35) 172.2
37) 30.4
38) 30.4
39) 20.3
40) 40.5
41) 81.0
42) 10.1
43) 10.1
44) 20.3
46) 10.1
47) 30.4
48) 20.3
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
54) 10.1
999) 20726.2
TOTAL789100.0
16) Block chosen of the second capture (MZA1) (BLOCK1)
TOTAL%
1) 91.1
2) 131.6
3) 425.3
4) 364.6
5) 212.7
6) 192.4
7) 131.6
8) 212.7
9) 162.0
10) 192.4
11) 293.7
12) 121.5
13) 253.2
14) 222.8
15) 273.4
16) 50.6
17) 182.3
18) 81.0
19) 232.9
20) 192.4
21) 50.6
22) 81.0
23) 121.5
24) 172.2
25) 101.3
26) 222.8
27) 30.4
28) 131.6
29) 81.0
30) 60.8
31) 81.0
32) 40.5
33) 70.9
34) 121.5
35) 172.2
37) 30.4
38) 30.4
39) 20.3
40) 40.5
41) 81.0
42) 10.1
43) 10.1
44) 20.3
46) 10.1
47) 30.4
48) 20.3
51) 10.1
52) 10.1
54) 10.1
999) 20726.2
TOTAL789100.0
17) Housing of the block (VIV1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL789601.62478
18) Housing of the block for the second capture (VIVA1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL789601.62478
19) Housing chosen (VIV2)
TOTAL%
1) 1172.2
2) 2162.0
3) 3192.4
4) 4283.5
5) 5162.0
6) 6111.4
7) 7101.3
8) 8202.5
10) 10162.0
11) 1120.3
12) 12151.9
13) 1360.8
14) 1470.9
15) 15212.7
16) 1640.5
17) 1791.1
18) 18101.3
19) 1950.6
20) 20111.4
21) 2130.4
22) 2250.6
23) 2310.1
24) 2410.1
25) 2540.5
26) 2620.3
27) 2710.1
28) 2810.1
29) 2910.1
30) 3070.9
31) 3110.1
32) 3220.3
33) 3320.3
34) 3460.8
35) 3550.6
36) 3620.3
37) 3710.1
38) 3810.1
39) 3910.1
40) 4020.3
41) 4110.1
42) 4210.1
47) 4710.1
48) 4810.1
940) 94010.1
999) 49262.4
TOTAL789100.0
20) Housing chosen of the second capture (VIVA2)
TOTAL%
1) 1172.2
2) 2162.0
3) 3192.4
4) 4283.5
5) 5162.0
6) 6111.4
7) 7101.3
8) 8202.5
10) 10162.0
11) 1120.3
12) 12151.9
13) 1360.8
14) 1470.9
15) 15212.7
16) 1640.5
17) 1791.1
18) 18101.3
19) 1950.6
20) 20111.4
21) 2130.4
22) 2250.6
23) 2310.1
24) 2410.1
25) 2540.5
26) 2620.3
27) 2710.1
28) 2810.1
29) 2910.1
30) 3070.9
31) 3110.1
32) 3220.3
33) 3320.3
34) 3460.8
35) 3550.6
36) 3620.3
37) 3710.1
38) 3810.1
39) 3910.1
40) 4020.3
41) 4110.1
42) 4210.1
47) 4710.1
48) 4810.1
940) 94010.1
999) 49262.4
TOTAL789100.0
21) Day of the first interview (DIA01) (DAY01)
TOTAL%
1) 506.3
2) 698.7
3) 405.1
4) 222.8
5) 293.7
6) 212.7
7) 243.0
8) 151.9
9) 121.5
10) 141.8
11) 91.1
12) 91.1
13) 162.0
14) 10.1
20) 20.3
21) 40.5
22) 10.1
24) 172.2
25) 617.7
26) 8010.1
27) 8510.8
28) 587.4
29) 708.9
30) 719.0
31) 91.1
TOTAL789100.0
22) Month of the first interview (MES01) (MONTH01)
TOTAL%
1) 405.1
2) 192.4
11) 42353.6
12) 30738.9
TOTAL789100.0
23) Interviewer number of first visit (ENCO01) (INTV01)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7892933.7916143
24) Beginning time of first interview (HOR01) (TIME1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78914.2723
25) Ending time of first interview (HOR02) (TIME2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78914.9943
26) Total time of first interview (DUR01) (TIMETOT1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78944.78712
27) Result of first interview (RES01)
TOTAL%
1) Interview completed78799.7
3) Interview postponed20.3
TOTAL789100.0
28) Day of the second interview, in case the first wasn't completed (DIA02) (DAY02)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
6) 610.1
27) 2710.1
TOTAL789100.0
29) Month of the second interview, in case the first wasn't completed (MES02) (MONTH02)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
11) November 200410.1
12) December 200410.1
TOTAL789100.0
30) Interviewer of the second visit (ENCU02) (INTV02)
31) (ENCO02) (ENCO02)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
1107) 110710.1
3342) 334210.1
TOTAL789100.0
32) Starting time of the second interview (HOR03) (TIME3)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
9.05000019073486) 9.0500001907348610.1
15.1999998092651) 15.199999809265110.1
TOTAL789100.0
33) Ending time of the second interview (HOR04) (TIME4)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
9.47999954223633) 9.4799995422363310.1
16) 1610.1
TOTAL789100.0
34) Total time of the second interview (DUR02) (TIMETOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
40) 4010.1
43) 4310.1
TOTAL789100.0
35) Result of second visit (RES02)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78799.7
1) Interview completed20.3
TOTAL789100.0
36) Code of Supervisor (SUPCOD) (SUPCOD)
TOTAL%
7) 172.2
17) 111.4
39) 465.8
68) 10.1
77) 10.1
97) 668.4
100) 40.5
101) 10.1
236) 172.2
262) 273.4
302) 162.0
322) 70.9
502) 70.9
584) 40.5
590) 243.0
591) 263.3
596) 476.0
608) 101.3
632) 141.8
678) 557.0
999) 202.5
1173) 151.9
1281) 344.3
2077) 354.4
2148) 20.3
2270) 81.0
2309) 253.2
2321) 101.3
2416) 40.5
2910) 8010.1
3413) 10.1
3442) 708.9
4004) 40.5
5066) 232.9
7015) 557.0
7099) 20.3
TOTAL789100.0
37) Day in which the interview was conducted (DIA03) (DAY03)
TOTAL%
1) 253.2
2) 445.6
3) 212.7
4) 182.3
5) 364.6
6) 324.1
7) 324.1
8) 283.5
9) 344.3
10) 172.2
11) 121.5
12) 111.4
13) 192.4
20) 20.3
22) 10.1
24) 81.0
25) 486.1
26) 759.5
27) 567.1
28) 577.2
29) 627.9
30) 13016.5
31) 212.7
TOTAL789100.0
38) Month in which the interview was conducted (MES03) (MONTH03)
TOTAL%
1) January 2005405.1
2) February 2005192.4
11) November 200442153.4
12) December 200430939.2
TOTAL789100.0
39) Day of which capture was validated (DIA04) (DAY04)
TOTAL%
13) 789100.0
TOTAL789100.0
40) Month of which capture was validated (MES04) (MONTH04)
TOTAL%
12) 789100.0
TOTAL789100.0
41) Day of which interview was encoded (DIA05) (DAY05)
TOTAL%
2) 141.8
3) 10.1
4) 91.1
5) 374.7
12) 10.1
13) 60.8
15) 445.6
16) 101.3
20) 121.5
21) 14918.9
22) 17522.2
23) 33041.8
25) 10.1
TOTAL789100.0
42) Month of which interview was encoded (MES05) (MONTH05)
TOTAL%
2) February 2005597.5
11) November 200420.3
12) December 200472892.3
TOTAL789100.0
43) Number of people who normally live in the house (PA1) (PEOPLHOU)
TOTAL%
1) 192.4
2) 678.5
3) 11815.0
4) 19624.8
5) 17021.5
6) 8210.4
7) 678.5
8) 293.7
9) 172.2
10) 50.6
11) 81.0
12) 81.0
13) 20.3
15) 10.1
TOTAL789100.0
44) Sex (SEXO) (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male26834.0
2) Female52166.0
TOTAL789100.0
45) Age of respondent (EDAD) (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78938.63115
46) Do you know how to read and write a message? (P3) (MESSAGE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes73893.5
2) No516.5
TOTAL789100.0
47) Have you ever attended school? (P4) (SCHOOL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes71590.6
2) No708.9
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
48) What was the last year or grade of school you passed? (P5_1) (LSTGRADE)
TOTAL%
1) Preschool or kindergarten466.4
2) Elementary10314.3
3) Junior high29941.6
4) High school679.3
5) Normal track education (school for teachers) with elementary school finished354.9
6) Normal track education (school for teachers) with junior high school finished15521.6
7) Technical or commercial career track with elementary school finished10.1
8) Technical or commercial career track with junior high school finished40.6
9) Technical or commercial career track with high school finished60.8
10) Professional30.4
Missing70 
TOTAL719100.0
49) LEVEL [of education] (P5_2) (EDULEVEL)
TOTAL%
1) Preschool or kindergarten60.8
2) Elementary28339.4
3) Junior high19627.3
4) High school10414.5
5) Normal track education (school for teachers) with elementary school finished20.3
6) Normal track education (school for teachers) with junior high school finished91.3
7) Technical or commercial career track with elementary school finished81.1
8) Technical or commercial career track with junior high school finished263.6
9) Technical or commercial career track with high school finished152.1
10) Professional648.9
11) Graduate school60.8
Missing70 
TOTAL719100.0
50) Do you speak any dialect or indigenous language? (P6) (DILANG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8410.6
2) No70188.8
9) Do not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
51) At this moment are you …? (P7) (RELASTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Cohabitating789.9
2) Separated283.5
3) Divorced121.5
4) Widowed486.1
5) Married only by civil law23429.7
6) Married only by religious law202.5
7) Married by both civil and religious law20225.6
8) Single16320.7
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
52) Could you tell me which religion you belong to? (P8) (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
2) Other Christian church53067.2
3) Other religion, not Christian16320.7
4) Believer with no religion536.7
5) No religion415.2
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
53) Now let's talk about work. Last week…(P9) (WRKLSTWK)
TOTAL%
1) You worked30839.0
2) You didn't work even though you had a job111.4
3) You looked for a job131.6
4) Are a student232.9
5) Stayed home full time22628.6
6) Retired or on pension121.5
7) Can't work because of permanent handicap20.3
8) Didn't work19224.3
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
54) In addition to (information from WRKLSTWK), last week …? (P10) (OTHRWORK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply31940.4
1) Did you help in the family business?60.8
2) Did you sell clothes, cosmetics, food?121.5
3) Did you make products to sell as food, as handcraft, as clothes?60.8
4) Did you help in agriculture or with farm animals?30.4
5) Did you do other work in exchange for payment like washing, ironing or sewing clothes?30.4
6) You didn't work.44055.8
TOTAL789100.0
55) What was the principal occupation or profession you worked in last week? (P10A) (JOBMAIN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL789425.305499
56) Written capture from JOBMAIN (AA02) (AA02)
57) Are you dedicated to your main job…? (P11) (JOBTIME)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Permanently24931.6
2) For short periods of time (a seasonal job)8711.0
9) Does not answer131.6
TOTAL789100.0
58) How long have you worked at your present job? Years. (P12) (JOBLONG)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) 1364.6
2) 2263.3
3) 3324.1
4) 4222.8
5) 5131.6
6) 6141.8
7) 7121.5
8) 870.9
9) 991.1
10) 10293.7
11) 1130.4
12) 1270.9
13) 1340.5
14) 1450.6
15) 15172.2
16) 1640.5
18) 1850.6
20) 20222.8
22) 2240.5
24) 2420.3
25) 2550.6
26) 2610.1
28) 2830.4
30) 30111.4
33) 3310.1
35) 3520.3
36) 3620.3
40) 4050.6
42) 4220.3
46) 4630.4
48) 4810.1
50) 5030.4
96) Less than a year303.8
98) Does not know40.5
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
59) In what type of institution or industry are you working? (P13) (JOBINST)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Public institution486.1
2) Private institution12515.8
3) Informal business13216.7
4) Other374.7
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
60) At your workplace, do you have an employment contract or not? (P14_1) (JOBCONT1)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply60977.2
1) Yes, I have a contract8010.1
2) No, I do not have a contract9712.3
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
61) If the answer is 'yes,' what type of contract? (P14_2) (JOBCONT2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70989.9
1) Permanent597.5
2) Conditional202.5
3) On approval10.1
TOTAL789100.0
62) How many hours did you work last week in your main job? _____ Hours (P15) (JOBHOURS)
TOTAL%
0) 044055.8
5) 5101.3
6) 630.4
7) 760.8
8) 8111.4
10) 10111.4
12) 1281.0
15) 1530.4
16) 1620.3
18) 1840.5
20) 20121.5
21) 2140.5
22) 2220.3
24) 2430.4
25) 2570.9
28) 2840.5
30) 30273.4
32) 3240.5
33) 3330.4
35) 3591.1
36) 3691.1
38) 3810.1
40) 40486.1
41) 4110.1
42) 4260.8
45) 4570.9
46) 4610.1
48) 48607.6
49) 4910.1
50) 50121.5
52) 5240.5
53) 5310.1
54) 5460.8
56) 5691.1
58) 5810.1
59) 5910.1
60) 60162.0
62) 6210.1
63) 6310.1
66) 6630.4
70) 7070.9
72) 7230.4
77) 7710.1
78) 7820.3
80) 8040.5
84) 8430.4
90) 9010.1
93) 9310.1
98) Does not know40.5
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
63) At your main job, do you…have paid vacations? (P16_1) (JOBPVACA)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Yes9512.0
2) No25332.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
64) At your main job, do you…receive bonuses? (P16_2) (JOBBON)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Yes11214.2
2) No23629.9
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
65) At your main job, do you… receive a portion of the profits? (P16_3) (JOBPROFI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Yes607.6
2) No28636.2
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
66) At your main job, do you…have medical services like IMSS, ISSSTE or other? (P16_4) (JOBMEDSV)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Yes10112.8
2) No24631.2
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
67) At your main job, do you…have a retirement savings as SAR or AFORE? (P16_5) (JOBRETIR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) Yes8110.3
2) No26733.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
68) In your main activity or job last week, were you …? (P17) (JOBDO)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply44055.8
1) An employee?13717.4
2) A worker?182.3
3) A laborer?81.0
4) A field hand?212.7
5) An employer, a business associate (partner), or an employer who hires worker?162.0
6) An independent professional81.0
7) An employed worker who does not hire workers11314.3
8) A piece-worker (paid by the amount of work completed)?60.8
9) A worker without payment inside the family business or family field?182.3
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
69) Approximately how many workers does the company where you work employ? (P18) (NUMWKRS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply56171.1
3) 3597.5
4) 4101.3
5) 540.5
6) 630.4
7) 710.1
8) 810.1
9) 930.4
10) 1060.8
11) 1110.1
12) 1230.4
15) 1550.6
16) 1610.1
17) 1710.1
18) 1810.1
19) 1910.1
20) 2091.1
24) 2410.1
25) 2540.5
30) 3050.6
35) 3510.1
40) 4040.5
42) 4210.1
50) 5020.3
59) 5910.1
60) 6020.3
65) 6510.1
80) 8030.4
90) 9010.1
98) 9820.3
100) 10060.8
150) 15020.3
350) 35010.1
400) 40010.1
500) 50020.3
600) 60020.3
800) 80010.1
820) 82010.1
998) Does not know526.6
999) Does not answer131.6
1000) 100030.4
1200) 120020.3
1300) 130010.1
2000) 200020.3
2500) 250020.3
TOTAL789100.0
70) In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or main activity? In pesos. (P19_1) (INCOME1)
TOTAL%
0) 58874.5
200) 20030.4
300) 30010.1
400) 40050.6
500) 50010.1
600) 60020.3
700) 70010.1
800) 80040.5
900) 90010.1
1000) 1000131.6
1200) 1200162.0
1300) 130030.4
1400) 140030.4
1500) 150060.8
1600) 160060.8
1800) 180020.3
1900) 190020.3
1940) 194010.1
2000) 2000182.3
2200) 220020.3
2300) 230010.1
2400) 2400131.6
2500) 250040.5
2600) 260010.1
2700) 270010.1
2740) 274010.1
2800) 280040.5
3000) 3000141.8
3200) 320040.5
3400) 340010.1
3500) 350040.5
4000) 4000162.0
4200) 420030.4
4400) 440010.1
4500) 450010.1
4800) 480081.0
5000) 500091.1
5600) 560010.1
6000) 600060.8
6200) 620010.1
7000) 700060.8
7400) 740010.1
7500) 750010.1
8000) 800010.1
9000) 900010.1
10000) 1000030.4
14000) 1400010.1
15000) 1500010.1
20000) 2000010.1
30000) 3000010.1
TOTAL789100.0
71) In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or activity (displaying card with income ranges)? (P19_2) (INCOME2)
TOTAL%
0) No income64281.4
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?131.6
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?172.2
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?151.9
4) Between one and two times the minimum wage? More than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos?394.9
5) Between two and four times the minimum wage? More than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos?222.8
6) Between four and eight times the minimum wage? More than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos?162.0
7) Between eight and 20 times the minimum wage? More than 9,600 and less than 24,000 pesos?20.3
99) Does not answer232.9
TOTAL789100.0
72) Do you receive income from…retirement or pension? (P20_1) (INCRETIR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes293.7
2) No75395.4
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
73) Do you receive income from…family living in another country? (P20_2) (INCFHELP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes222.8
2) No76096.3
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
74) Do you receive rental income or income from bank interest? (P20_3) (INCRNTIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes50.6
2) No77798.5
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
75) Do you receive income from PROCAMPO? (P20_4) (INCPROCA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes212.7
2) No76196.5
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
76) Do you receive income from OPORTUNIDADES, also known as PROGRESA? (P20_5) (INCOPORT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes668.4
2) No71690.7
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
77) Do you receive income from a scholarship or another kind of help from other institutions? (P20_6) (INCSCHIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes70.9
2) No77598.2
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
78) Do you receive income from (others)? (P20_7) (INCOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76096.3
10) Family help232.9
14) Dif40.5
16) Third program10.1
19) Solidarity10.1
TOTAL789100.0
79) Written answer for INCOTHER (AA03) (INCOTHAN)
80) Do you receive other types of income? (P20_8) (INC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76096.3
1) Yes293.7
TOTAL789100.0
81) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: retirement or pension? (P21_1) (INCAMTRP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76096.3
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?60.8
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?20.3
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?20.3
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?151.9
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?20.3
7) Between 9,600 and 24,000 pesos?20.3
TOTAL789100.0
82) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from family living in another country? (P21_2) (INCAMTFM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76797.2
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?40.5
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?20.3
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?60.8
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?40.5
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?30.4
6) Between 4,800 and 9,600 pesos?30.4
TOTAL789100.0
83) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: rental income or income from bank interest? (P21_3) (INCAMTRI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78499.4
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?20.3
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?10.1
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?10.1
7) Between 9,600 and 24,000 pesos?10.1
TOTAL789100.0
84) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from PROCAMPO? (P21_4) (INCAMTPC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76897.3
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?172.2
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?10.1
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?10.1
6) Between 4,800 and 9,600 pesos?10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
85) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from OPORTUNIDADES, also known as PROGRESA? (P21_5) (INCAMTOP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply72391.6
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?557.0
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?50.6
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?20.3
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?20.3
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
86) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: scholarship or another kind of help from other institutions? (P21_6) (INCAMTSI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78299.1
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?40.5
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?10.1
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?20.3
TOTAL789100.0
87) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: (others)? (P21_7) (INCAMTOT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76096.3
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?91.1
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?10.1
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?30.4
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?101.3
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?40.5
6) Between 4,800 and 9,600 pesos?10.1
9) More than 48,000 pesos10.1
TOTAL789100.0
88) In total, what is your family monthly income, including every income for each person living in the house and for any other kind of income (social programs, help from family inside and outside the country, rental, retirement, etc.)? In pesos. (Open response) (P22_1) (INCTOTAL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7891868.0283276
89) In total, what is your family monthly income, including every income for each person living in the house and for any other kind of income (social programs, help from family inside and outside the country, rental, retirement, etc.)? (Showing the chart of total income) (P22_2) (INCTOTCT)
TOTAL%
0) No income42453.7
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos182.3
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos232.9
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos415.2
4) Between one and two times the minimum wage; more than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos779.8
5) Between two and four times the minimum wage; more than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos617.7
6) Between four and eight times the minimum wage; more than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos263.3
7) Between 8 and 20 times the minimum wage; more than 9,600 and less than 24,000 pesos111.4
8) Between 20 and 40 times the minimum wage; more than 24,000 and less than 48,000 pesos10.1
98) Does not know8010.1
99) Does not answer273.4
TOTAL789100.0
90) What is the highest degree or level of school your father completed? (P23) (FATHERED)
TOTAL%
1) No school21727.5
2) Incomplete elementary17722.4
3) Completed elementary12616.0
4) Incomplete secondary (middle school)182.3
5) Completed secondary and more11915.1
8) Does not know10513.3
9) Does not answer273.4
TOTAL789100.0
91) What is the highest degree or level of school your mother completed? (P24) (MOTHERED)
TOTAL%
1) No school26233.2
2) Incomplete elementary19624.8
3) Completed elementary12315.6
4) Incomplete secondary (middle school)192.4
5) Completed secondary and more8811.2
8) Does not know8010.1
9) Does not answer212.7
TOTAL789100.0
92) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' (Open response: register the first two, including the order in which they were named) (P25_1) (DISCOR)
TOTAL%
8) Does not have the same religion76.1
9) Deny job/jobs32.6
10) Deny work during pregnancy32.6
11) Deny a woman work21.8
12) Color / have different skin color97.9
13) Rejection of the elderly10.9
14) Disrespect54.4
15) Contempt43.5
16) Rejection1714.9
17) Racism / by race97.9
19) Intolerance21.8
20) Receive less pay10.9
21) Prejudices10.9
22) Violence87.0
24) Hate32.6
25) Mockery21.8
26) Crime10.9
27) Impunity10.9
28) Bad government10.9
29) Ignorance54.4
30) Different religion21.8
31) Work10.9
32) Humility10.9
33) Money21.8
34) Disease21.8
35) Lack of education21.8
36) Disabled32.6
38) Abuse10.9
39) Poverty21.8
40) Knowledge10.9
43) Lack of preparation10.9
44) Does not help10.9
47) Injustice21.8
50) Murder21.8
51) Jail21.8
52) Power failure10.9
53) Lack of respect for our rights10.9
55) Egoism10.9
56) Name-calling10.9
Missing675 
TOTAL114100.0
93) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination for variable DISCOR (AA04)
94) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' (Open response: register the first two, including the order in which they were named) (Another mention) (P25_2) (DISCOR2)
TOTAL%
8) Does not have the same religion13.0
9) Deny job/jobs13.0
11) Deny a woman work26.1
12) Color / have different skin color13.0
15) Contempt13.0
16) Rejection13.0
17) Racism / by race412.1
18) Be illegal26.1
19) Intolerance13.0
22) Violence13.0
24) Hate13.0
27) Impunity13.0
28) Bad government13.0
29) Ignorance26.1
30) Different religion26.1
33) Money13.0
34) Disease13.0
35) Lack of education39.1
36) Disabled13.0
37) Women13.0
39) Poverty26.1
45) Study13.0
48) Corruption13.0
Missing756 
TOTAL33100.0
95) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination for variable DISCOR2 (AA05)
96) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: treating people in a different way. (P25_3) (DISCDIFF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention33842.8
1) First mention27835.2
2) Second mention11514.6
98) Does not know567.1
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
97) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: give differential treatment to the issues. (P25_4) (DISCISSU)
TOTAL%
0) No mention69788.3
1) First mention465.8
2) Second mention384.8
96) No other mention20.3
99) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL789100.0
98) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: give some negative treatment, maltreatment. (P25_5) (DISCNEGT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60076.0
1) First mention739.3
2) Second mention11614.7
TOTAL789100.0
99) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: humiliation. (P25_6) (DISCHUM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention53367.6
1) First mention10313.1
2) Second mention15319.4
TOTAL789100.0
100) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: not having money, solvency or social status. (P25_7) (DISCNOMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72792.1
1) First mention243.0
2) Second mention364.6
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
101) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: make less money than other people. (P25_8) (DISCLSMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52266.2
1) First mention10813.7
2) Second mention15920.2
TOTAL789100.0
102) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: isolation. (P25_9) (DISCISOL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74294.0
1) First mention172.2
2) Second mention172.2
96) No other mention20.3
99) Does not answer111.4
TOTAL789100.0
103) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: other. (P25_10) (DISCOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67585.6
1) First mention8010.1
2) Second mention344.3
TOTAL789100.0
104) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: other. (P25_11) (DISCOTH2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74794.7
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention324.1
96) No other mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
105) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? (Open response: record up to two responses) (P26_1) (DRELMIN)
TOTAL%
11) Different treatment55.5
13) Fanaticism11.1
14) Humiliation44.4
15) No freedom of belief22.2
16) Does not accept other religions55.5
17) Prune by your belief22.2
18) Rejection99.9
19) Disrespect1011.0
20) Verbal violence22.2
21) Incomprehension33.3
22) Unlike customs11.1
23) Prejudices44.4
24) Ideas difference33.3
25) Racism44.4
26) Religion11.1
27) Jehovah's Witnesses33.3
29) Lack of culture44.4
30) Hate22.2
31) Mockery55.5
32) Lack of protection11.1
34) Offenses22.2
35) Is small11.1
36) Unlike religion11.1
37) Christianity11.1
38) Speak ill of minorities11.1
39) Ignorance55.5
40) See as ignorant of other religions11.1
41) Contempt22.2
43) Critical11.1
44) Harassment11.1
45) Sick in hospital treatment11.1
46) Aggression11.1
48) Mormons11.1
49) Feel superior to another church11.1
Missing698 
TOTAL91100.0
106) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination toward religious minorities. From the variable DRELMIN (AA06)
107) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? (Open response: record up to two responses) (Another response) (P26_2) (DRELMIN2)
TOTAL%
11) Different treatment15.9
13) Fanaticism15.9
16) Does not accept other religions15.9
18) Rejection15.9
19) Disrespect211.8
25) Racism15.9
26) Religion15.9
28) Protestants15.9
29) Lack of culture15.9
30) Hate15.9
31) Mockery15.9
33) Faith15.9
40) See as ignorant of other religions15.9
42) Believe that they are alone15.9
43) Critical15.9
47) Abuse15.9
Missing772 
TOTAL17100.0
108) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination towards religious minorities again. From the variable DRELMIN2 (AA07)
109) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: evangelicals, Jews. (P26_3) (REMNEVJW)
TOTAL%
0) No mention63480.4
1) First mention344.3
2) Second mention192.4
98) Does not know9512.0
99) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
110) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: ignoring religious minorities. (P26_4) (REMNIGN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52266.2
1) First mention17622.3
2) Second mention9011.4
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
111) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: inequality. (P26_5) (REMNINEQ)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52466.4
1) First mention14418.3
2) Second mention11614.7
96) No other mention20.3
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
112) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: denying rights to religious minorities. (P26_6) (REMNDENY)
TOTAL%
0) No mention64481.6
1) First mention638.0
2) Second mention789.9
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
113) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: poverty. (P26_7) (REMNPOV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73192.6
1) First mention162.0
2) Second mention384.8
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
114) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: limits on holding religious services. (P26_8) (REMNLIMT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention64782.0
1) First mention648.1
2) Second mention789.9
TOTAL789100.0
115) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: intolerance. (P26_9) (REMNINTL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60376.4
1) First mention779.8
2) Second mention10613.4
96) No other mention20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
116) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: exclusion from work for being a religious minority. (P26_10) (REMNNOWK)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70689.5
1) First mention334.2
2) Second mention486.1
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
117) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: receive less pay for being a religious minority. (P26_11) (REMNLSMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77297.8
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention81.0
96) No other mention20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
118) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: physical violence. (P26_14) (REMNVLNC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74894.8
1) First mention151.9
2) Second mention232.9
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
119) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: other. (P26_12) (REMNOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention69888.5
1) First mention597.5
2) Second mention324.1
TOTAL789100.0
120) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against religious minorities? Order: other (2). (P26_13) (REMNOTH2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76396.7
2) Second mention172.2
96) No other mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
121) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most religious minorities are respected: to have the religion of their choice? (P27_1) (RGHTSCHO)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected19124.2
2) Enough22128.0
3) Somewhat respected31439.8
4) Not respected587.4
8) Does not know50.6
TOTAL789100.0
122) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most religious minorities are respected: to have equal treatment under the law? (P27_2) (RGHTSLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected19324.5
2) Enough27034.2
3) Somewhat respected24030.4
4) Not respected749.4
8) Does not know111.4
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
123) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most religious minorities are respected: to have the right to health? (P27_3) (RGHTSHLT)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected24230.7
2) Enough31640.1
3) Somewhat respected19424.6
4) Not respected344.3
8) Does not know30.4
TOTAL789100.0
124) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most religious minorities are respected: to have adequate primary education? (P27_4) (RGHTSPED)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected24531.1
2) Enough28536.1
3) Somewhat respected20726.2
4) Not respected455.7
8) Does not know70.9
TOTAL789100.0
125) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right to not be bothered at home? (P28_1) (RGHT2HOM)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected21427.1
2) Enough27534.9
3) Somewhat respected21927.8
4) Not respected759.5
8) Does not know60.8
TOTAL789100.0
126) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right in deciding where to live? (P28_2) (RGHT2LIV)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected26533.6
2) Enough33642.6
3) Somewhat respected13016.5
4) Not respected506.3
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
127) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right to vote? (P28_3) (RGHT2VT)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected30038.0
2) Enough30638.8
3) Somewhat respected12215.5
4) Not respected496.2
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
128) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right to express their own ideas? (P28_4) (RGHT2IDS)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected22228.1
2) Enough27635.0
3) Somewhat respected23029.2
4) Not respected546.8
8) Does not know50.6
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
129) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities…adequate secondary education? (P29_1) (RGHT3EDU)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected26033.0
2) Enough31940.4
3) Somewhat respected17021.5
4) Not respected303.8
8) Does not know101.3
TOTAL789100.0
130) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities…right to social security? (P29_2) (RGHT3SS)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected24130.5
2) Enough30538.7
3) Somewhat respected18523.4
4) Not respected496.2
8) Does not know81.0
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
131) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right to have dignity in old age? (P29_3) (RGHT3OLD)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected21627.4
2) Enough30338.4
3) Somewhat respected19825.1
4) Not respected546.8
8) Does not know162.0
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
132) And how much do you say that these rights are respected for most religious minorities: right to not be victims of violence? (P29_4) (RGHT3VLC)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected19925.2
2) Enough26934.1
3) Somewhat respected24631.2
4) Not respected648.1
8) Does not know91.1
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
133) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to physical liberty, not slavery. (P30_1) (CVRTLBTY)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60376.4
1) First mention638.0
2) Second mention151.9
3) Third mention141.8
6) All are equally important8310.5
7) None are important40.5
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
134) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of movement/transit. (P30_2) (CVRTMVMT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75996.2
1) First mention162.0
2) Second mention91.1
3) Third mention50.6
TOTAL789100.0
135) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of speech. (P30_3) (CVRTSPCH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54669.2
1) First mention11815.0
2) Second mention779.8
3) Third mention486.1
TOTAL789100.0
136) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of thought. (P30_4) (CVRTTHGT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention57673.0
1) First mention8010.1
2) Second mention9311.8
3) Third mention405.1
TOTAL789100.0
137) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of religious belief. (P30_5) (CVRTBELF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention34643.9
1) First mention25231.9
2) Second mention10513.3
3) Third mention8610.9
TOTAL789100.0
138) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of land ownership. (P30_6) (CVRTLAND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73693.3
1) First mention192.4
2) Second mention172.2
3) Third mention172.2
TOTAL789100.0
139) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to justice and equality before the law. (P30_7) (CVRTJUST)
TOTAL%
0) No mention59174.9
1) First mention445.6
2) Second mention8911.3
3) Third mention658.2
TOTAL789100.0
140) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom from torture. (P30_8) (CVRTTORT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75695.8
1) First mention131.6
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention81.0
96) No other mention by interviewee10.1
TOTAL789100.0
141) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to freedom of political beliefs. (P30_9) (PLRTPOLB)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74294.0
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention303.8
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
142) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to vote. (P30_10) (PLRTVOTE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70589.4
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention536.7
3) Third mention202.5
TOTAL789100.0
143) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to be elected. (P30_11) (PLRTELEC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77297.8
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention131.6
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL789100.0
144) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to organize. (P30_12) (PLRTORG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75295.3
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention232.9
3) Third mention131.6
TOTAL789100.0
145) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to adequate education. (P30_13) (SCRTEDUC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67785.8
1) First mention172.2
2) Second mention313.9
3) Third mention648.1
TOTAL789100.0
146) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to protection of health. (P30_14) (SCRTHEAL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70789.6
1) First mention131.6
2) Second mention232.9
3) Third mention465.8
TOTAL789100.0
147) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to decide how and when to have children. (P30_15) (SCRTCHLD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72892.3
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention243.0
3) Third mention324.1
TOTAL789100.0
148) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to social security. (P30_16) (SCRTSS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72491.8
1) First mention81.0
2) Second mention141.8
3) Third mention435.4
TOTAL789100.0
149) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to decent and good wage. (P30_17) (SCRTPAY)
TOTAL%
0) No mention68887.2
1) First mention81.0
2) Second mention232.9
3) Third mention708.9
TOTAL789100.0
150) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to an adequate environment. (P30_18) (SCRTENVT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76697.1
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention81.0
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
151) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to adequate and decent housing. (P30_19) (SCRTHOUS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72591.9
1) First mention81.0
2) Second mention162.0
3) Third mention405.1
TOTAL789100.0
152) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to pursue a profession. (P30_20) (SCRTJOB)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76697.1
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention60.8
3) Third mention151.9
TOTAL789100.0
153) Of the rights that appear on the card, which of the three would you rate as most important to respect for religious minorities? Order: the right to not be bothered at home. (P30_21) (SCRTNOBO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72591.9
1) First mention121.5
2) Second mention151.9
3) Third mention374.7
TOTAL789100.0
154) Do you think it is right or wrong for religious minorities to choose to be parents? (P31) (RLMNPRTS)
TOTAL%
1) It's okay72091.3
2) It's wrong425.3
3) It's neither right nor wrong243.0
8) Does not know30.4
TOTAL789100.0
155) Do you think that in Mexico there is or there isn't discrimination against religious minorities? (P32) (RLMNMEX)
TOTAL%
1) There is discrimination62178.7
2) There is no discrimination8911.3
3) There is some discrimination719.0
8) Does not know81.0
TOTAL789100.0
156) Of the following acts, which do you consider discriminatory and which do you not? Option: jobs that do not employ (religion of the respondent) because their religion requires them to do certain things outside of work? (P33_1) (DISCREMP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63280.1
2) No12816.2
3) Depends202.5
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
157) Of the following acts, which do you consider discriminatory and which do you not? Option: that public schools include the teaching of any particular religion? (P33_2) (DISCRTCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes50263.6
2) No25432.2
3) Depends253.2
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
158) Of the following groups of people, to whom do you feel you most belong? (P34) (COMMNTY)
TOTAL%
1) Latin American community121.5
2) Mexican community39650.2
3) Name of region where respondent resides19324.5
4) Religious community18022.8
98) Does not know70.9
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
159) What do you think should be done in society to eliminate discrimination against religious minorities? (P35) (ELIMDSCR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL78935.68438
160) What do you think should be done in society to eliminate discrimination against religious minorities? (More) (P35_1) (ELMDSCR2)
TOTAL%
1) Accept the other's religion / cult11.4
2) Respect68.1
3) Have more culture11.4
4) Equal treatment / equal treatment34.1
5) Further information of religions56.8
6) Understanding22.7
7) Bible study / reading the Bible22.7
9) Tolerance912.2
10) Agree with the principle of others45.4
11) Respect to religions34.1
12) Freedom11.4
13) Respect the beliefs of others22.7
15) Education1114.9
16) Acceptance56.8
17) Know that we are all children of God11.4
19) Raise awareness22.7
20) Joined by love11.4
22) Agreement through dialogue11.4
24) Free expression of religious minorities34.1
34) Studying other religions11.4
35) Teach nondiscrimination11.4
37) Foster moral values22.7
38) Each person can decide45.4
40) Campaigns the government support of religious minorities11.4
43) Know that there are different religious groups11.4
47) Know that all are human beings11.4
Missing715 
TOTAL74100.0
161) What do you think should be done in society to eliminate discrimination against religious minorities? (More) (P35_2) (ELMDSCR3)
TOTAL%
2) Respect133.3
15) Education133.3
20) Joined by love133.3
Missing786 
TOTAL3100.0
162) Textual capture of responses to eliminate religious minority discrimination (AA09)
163) In general, in Mexico, groups of people who are minority groups earn less salary than other people for doing the same job. Do you think that this is also true of religious minorities? (P36_1) (MNGRPS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21927.8
2) No45157.2
3) Somewhat789.9
4) Other40.5
8) Does not know364.6
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
164) How many chances do you believe a person of (religion of the respondent), like yourself, has to better their conditions in life? (P37) (BETRLIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Many chances47460.1
2) More than enough chances16420.8
3) Little chances12716.1
4) No chance101.3
5) Regular121.5
6) Other10.1
8) Does not know10.1
TOTAL789100.0
165) How much justification is there for a (religion of respondent) person to do the following to feed their children: stealing? (P38_1) (FOODTHFT)
TOTAL%
1) A lot91.1
2) Some111.4
3) A little658.2
4) None69888.5
8) Does not know60.8
TOTAL789100.0
166) How much justification is there for a (religion of respondent) person to do the following to feed their children: begging? (P38_2) (FOODBEG)
TOTAL%
1) A lot263.3
2) Some506.3
3) A little18723.7
4) None51665.4
8) Does not know101.3
TOTAL789100.0
167) How much justification is there for a (religion of respondent) person to do the following to feed their children: being corrupt? (P38_3) (FOODCORR)
TOTAL%
1) A lot50.6
2) Some111.4
3) A little405.1
4) None72692.0
8) Does not know70.9
TOTAL789100.0
168) How much justification is there for a (religion of respondent) person to do the following to feed their children: accept sexual harassment? (P38_4) (FOODSEXH)
TOTAL%
1) A lot40.5
2) Some60.8
3) A little324.1
4) None74093.8
8) Does not know70.9
TOTAL789100.0
169) Who do you think is the main enemy of the (religion of respondent)? (P39) (ENEMYREL)
TOTAL%
1) Catholics16220.5
2) Government8210.4
3) Society29437.3
4) People themselves (respondent's religion)769.6
5) Satan202.5
6) Those without faith10.1
7) Family20.3
8) Ignorance/ignorant people40.5
9) Catholic priests10.1
10) Conflict between religions10.1
11) Vices10.1
12) Advertising media10.1
13) Intolerance10.1
14) Bad attitudes of people10.1
96) All are enemies of religious minorities192.4
97) No one10112.8
98) Does not know222.8
TOTAL789100.0
170) Written capture of the main enemy of the respondent's religion. From ENEMYREL (AA11)
171) Who holds more responsibility for the problems related to discrimination against the (respondent's religion)? (Reading options a, b, c and d) (P40) (RESPDISC)
TOTAL%
1) A) All of society31640.1
2) B) Government15820.0
3) C) Catholics11314.3
4) D) Some people (respondent's religion)587.4
5) Other) Satan131.6
6) Other) Priests30.4
7) Other) Atheists20.3
8) Other) Ignorance70.9
9) Other) Prejudices10.1
10) Other) Lack of education10.1
11) Other) Intolerance20.3
12) Other) Ideology10.1
97) All are responsible607.6
98) Does not know506.3
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
172) Written capture of those most responsible for the problems related to discrimination against the respondent's religion. From RESPDISC (AA12)
173) What are some of the obstacles that (religion of the respondent) have in getting ahead that Catholics do not? (P41_1) (PRBMREL)
TOTAL%
1) Lack of jobs for the (religion of the respondent)11013.9
2) Lack of educational opportunities8010.1
3) Discrimination28135.6
4) Lack of access to services for (religion of respondent)384.8
5) Catholicism445.6
6) Limitations to preach20.3
7) Denied hospital care20.3
8) Fear God10.1
9) Freedom of thought10.1
10) The number of people Catholic20.3
11) Do not understand religion20.3
12) Being a minority10.1
13) Governance30.4
97) None19324.5
98) Does not know263.3
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
174) Written capture of the obstacles that (respondent's religion) faces. From PRBMREL (AA13)
175) According to what you think, why does discrimination toward (respondent's religion) exist? (P42_1) (DSCREXST)
TOTAL%
13) We are not Catholic320.0
14) Others do not respect the way we think533.3
15) Intolerance towards other religions426.7
16) Others need to see that we both know God16.7
96) No other mention213.3
Missing774 
TOTAL15100.0
176) Written capture for why discrimination exists for (respondent's religion). From DSCREXST (AA14)
177) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…it is the will of a Higher Being? (P42_2) (DSCGOD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention65983.5
1) First mention627.9
2) Second mention263.3
98) Does not know405.1
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
178) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…there will always be discrimination? (P42_3) (DSCALWYS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention57072.2
1) First mention12415.7
2) Second mention9311.8
96) No other mention by respondent20.3
TOTAL789100.0
179) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…no institution will help them? (P42_4) (DSCINST)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70789.6
1) First mention415.2
2) Second mention405.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
180) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…they have back luck? (P42_5) (DSCBDLK)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77097.6
1) First mention91.1
2) Second mention101.3
TOTAL789100.0
181) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…they do not work hard enough? (P42_6) (DSCNOHWK)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76997.5
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
182) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…the government does nothing about it? (P42_7) (DSCGOVTN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60776.9
1) First mention8110.3
2) Second mention10112.8
TOTAL789100.0
183) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…society is unjust? (P42_8) (DSCSCTY)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52866.9
1) First mention12415.7
2) Second mention13417.0
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
184) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…religious minorities do not help each other? (P42_9) (DSCNHRM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73793.4
1) First mention212.7
2) Second mention293.7
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
185) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…they are inferior to other people? (P42_10) (DSCINFR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76797.2
1) First mention70.9
2) Second mention151.9
TOTAL789100.0
186) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…society lacks culture and is ignorant? (P42_11) (DSCSOCIG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention39349.8
1) First mention21827.6
2) Second mention17822.6
TOTAL789100.0
187) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…(respondent's religion) violates social norms? (P42_12) (DSCVLSOC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75695.8
1) First mention91.1
2) Second mention162.0
96) No other mention by respondent50.6
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
188) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…we are a minority? (P42_14) (DSCMIN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention68486.7
1) First mention303.8
2) Second mention698.7
96) No other mention by respondent30.4
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
189) According to what you think, does discrimination exist toward (respondent's religion) because…(Other)? (P42_13) (DSCOTHRM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77498.1
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention50.6
TOTAL789100.0
190) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Other (specify)? (P43_1) (NEEDS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78599.5
11) Tithe30.4
12) Tax10.1
TOTAL789100.0
191) Written capture for the variable NEEDS (AA15)
192) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: entertainment? (P43_2) (NEEDSENT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77297.8
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention20.3
98) Does not know91.1
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
193) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: education? (P43_3) (NEEDSEDU)
TOTAL%
0) No mention49162.2
1) First mention17121.7
2) Second mention12716.1
TOTAL789100.0
194) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: services, like electricity, water, or gas? (P43_4) (NEEDSSRC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention41352.3
1) First mention22328.3
2) Second mention15019.0
96) No other mention by respondent30.4
TOTAL789100.0
195) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: clothing? (P43_5) (NEEDSCLT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention56972.1
1) First mention9311.8
2) Second mention12115.3
96) No other mention by respondent60.8
TOTAL789100.0
196) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: housing (rent, mortgage, property taxes, etc)? (P43_6) (NEEDSHSG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54368.8
1) First mention10112.8
2) Second mention14418.3
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
197) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: transportation? (P43_7) (NEEDSTRS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74694.6
1) First mention151.9
2) Second mention253.2
96) No other mention by respondent20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
198) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: medicines and health services? (P43_8) (NEEDSMDS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention46558.9
1) First mention15019.0
2) Second mention17422.1
TOTAL789100.0
199) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: furniture and fixtures? (P43_9) (NEEDSFUR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77698.4
1) First mention70.9
2) Second mention50.6
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
200) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: debt? (P43_10) (NEEDSDBT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76396.7
1) First mention121.5
2) Second mention121.5
96) No other mention by respondent20.3
TOTAL789100.0
201) In addition to food, when money is short, what are the major costs of living that should be paid by a (respondent's religion), like yourself? Order: other (specify)? (P43_11) (NEEDSOTR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention78599.5
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention20.3
TOTAL789100.0
202) What would you say are the two most important needs in order to get ahead in your life? (P44_1) (IMPTNEED)
TOTAL%
1) Dwelling496.2
2) Education9712.3
3) Power17221.8
4) Work16520.9
5) Health12015.2
6) Freedom of religion81.0
7) Know our rights10.1
8) Respect for others70.9
9) Money222.8
10) Excitement / preparation40.5
11) Clothing121.5
12) Family40.5
13) Faith in God293.7
14) Medicines60.8
16) Esteem20.3
17) Services81.0
19) Moral support20.3
20) Fun10.1
21) Life20.3
22) Quiet10.1
23) Basic needs10.1
24) Does not have debts10.1
26) Economic solvency91.1
27) Serve people10.1
28) Health services50.6
30) See their children improve20.3
32) Support of an institution10.1
33) Non-discrimination20.3
35) Spirituality30.4
36) Light10.1
37) Water20.3
38) High-paying job10.1
39) Transport20.3
44) Income30.4
45) Lust for life20.3
46) Have a profession10.1
49) Responsibility10.1
50) Good conscience10.1
51) Good sales in their work10.1
98) Does not know334.2
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
203) Written capture for important needs to get ahead in life. From variable IMPTNEED (AA16)
204) What would you say are the two most important needs in order to get ahead in your life? Continued. (P44_2) (IMPTNED2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply557.0
1) Dwelling668.4
2) Education8911.3
3) Power769.6
4) Work12916.3
5) Health14418.3
6) Freedom of religion60.8
7) Know our rights20.3
8) Respect for others60.8
9) Money192.4
10) Excitement / preparation60.8
11) Clothing334.2
12) Family131.6
13) Faith in god202.5
14) Medicines273.4
15) Love30.4
16) Esteem30.4
17) Services131.6
18) Help their children10.1
19) Moral support10.1
20) Fun10.1
21) Life20.3
22) Quiet20.3
23) Basic needs10.1
24) Does not have debts20.3
25) Saving10.1
26) Economic solvency81.0
27) Serve people20.3
28) Health services70.9
29) Economic support10.1
31) Government support20.3
33) No discrimination10.1
34) Equality between people10.1
35) Spirituality101.3
36) Light20.3
37) Water20.3
38) High-paying job60.8
39) Transport30.4
40) Communication10.1
41) Shoes10.1
42) Honesty30.4
43) Furniture10.1
45) Lust for life30.4
47) Fair10.1
48) Security30.4
52) Does not get in trouble10.1
53) Break10.1
54) Church10.1
96) No other mention of respondent10.1
99) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL789100.0
205) Written capture for two most important needs that need to be covered in order to get ahead in your life (AA17)
206) What would you say is the greatest problem for (religion of the respondent) today? (P45) (GTPRB)
TOTAL%
1) Joblessness14718.6
2) Discrimination21427.1
3) Family violence273.4
4) Out of money, poverty8510.8
5) The problems of the children283.5
6) Incomprehension16621.0
7) Away from God10.1
8) Vices10.1
9) Preach from house to house20.3
10) Does not have faith20.3
11) Criticism10.1
13) No salvation20.3
15) Are very marked10.1
16) Not able to help all those in need20.3
17) Diseases40.5
18) Old age10.1
19) Sin20.3
20) Fanaticism20.3
21) Disabled10.1
22) Lack of opportunities20.3
23) Economy10.1
24) An unjust society10.1
25) Persecution of Catholics20.3
26) Rejection by others30.4
27) People do not hear the word of God20.3
29) Lack of space to spread the teaching10.1
30) No respect20.3
31) No freedom to preach10.1
32) Heartbreak10.1
33) Contempt10.1
34) Fasting10.1
35) There is no unity10.1
36) No housing10.1
98) Does not know759.5
99) Does not answer50.6
TOTAL789100.0
207) Written capture of the greatest problem for (respondent's religion). From variable GTPRB (AA18)
208) Of the following government actions, which do you consider to be the best for helping (religion of the respondent), who suffer from discrimination? (P46) (GVTACT)
TOTAL%
1) Support the education of these people15119.1
2) Give financial aid to these people8711.0
3) Help people with disabilities415.2
4) Seek to create jobs for them17121.7
5) Ensure that justice is done when these people report it29136.9
8) Does not know445.6
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
209) Which is most important for a (religion of the respondent) to succeed? (P47) (IMPSUCC)
TOTAL%
1) The help from his/her family14218.0
2) His/her personal effort25131.8
3) Support from spouse and children577.2
4) Help from the government8110.3
5) Help from other institutions121.5
6) Help from friends10.1
7) Help from society263.3
8) The assistance from a Supreme Being18323.2
9) Help from his/her religion20.3
10) Have health10.1
11) Study101.3
12) Not neglecting their religion20.3
13) Do the right thing10.1
14) Will not be corrupt10.1
15) Adhere to their religious principles10.1
16) Communication10.1
17) Work40.5
18) God's blessing10.1
19) Are living in the fear of God10.1
20) The support of the church10.1
21) Trust in God20.3
22) Compliance10.1
23) Respect for their rights10.1
98) Does not know50.6
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
210) Written capture of best government actions to help (religion of the respondent), who suffer from discrimination. From variable GVTACT (AA19)
211) Who do you think should help a (religion of the respondent) to get a job? (P48) (HLPJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Family20025.3
2) The government28536.1
3) God303.8
4) Pastor30.4
5) The congregation40.5
6) Church40.5
7) Members of religion162.0
8) Community40.5
96) Everyone587.4
97) No one17021.5
98) Does not know151.9
TOTAL789100.0
212) Written capture for variable HLPJOB (AA20)
213) In your opinion, what is needed to end discrimination against (religion of the respondent)? (P49) (ENDSCRM)
TOTAL%
1) More culture and information40651.5
2) More government spending on campaigns253.2
3) Better government policies374.7
4) Better education10613.4
5) Governmental support496.2
6) More solidarity536.7
7) More jobs263.3
8) More power to the (religion of the respondent)101.3
9) Read the Bible30.4
10) Respect111.4
11) Love30.4
12) Help of God30.4
13) Congregation50.6
14) Law enforcement10.1
15) Religious freedom10.1
16) Equal40.5
17) Prayer10.1
18) Acceptance40.5
19) All become Christians10.1
20) More tolerance30.4
98) Does not answer344.3
99) Does not know30.4
TOTAL789100.0
214) Written capture for the variable ENDSCRM (AA21)
215) Have you ever felt like you do not have your rights respected? (P50) (RSPTRGTS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27434.7
2) No50864.4
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
216) Which rights have not been respected: right to physical liberty, not slavery? (P50_1A) (RTCRPLIB)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned354.4
2) Not mentioned23930.3
TOTAL789100.0
217) Which rights have not been respected: right to go and stay in any place you want to? (P50_1B) (RTCRTRAN)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned253.2
2) Not mentioned24931.6
TOTAL789100.0
218) Which rights have not been respected: freedom of speech? (P50_1C) (RTCRSPEE)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned8010.1
2) Not mentioned19424.6
TOTAL789100.0
219) Which rights have not been respected: freedom of thought? (P50_1D) (RTCRTHGT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned638.0
2) Not mentioned21126.7
TOTAL789100.0
220) Which rights have not been respected: freedom of religious belief? (P50_1E) (RTCRRLBF)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned13617.2
2) Not mentioned13817.5
TOTAL789100.0
221) Which rights have not been respected: freedom of land ownership? (P50_1F) (RTCRLAND)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned303.8
2) Not mentioned24430.9
TOTAL789100.0
222) Which rights have not been respected: justice and equality under the law? (P50_1G) (RTCRLAW)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned597.5
2) Not mentioned21527.2
TOTAL789100.0
223) Which rights have not been respected: freedom from torture? (P50_1H) (RTCRTORT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned202.5
2) Not mentioned25432.2
TOTAL789100.0
224) Which rights have not been respected: freedom of political beliefs? (P50_1I) (RTPRPLBF)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned273.4
2) Not mentioned24731.3
TOTAL789100.0
225) Which rights have not been respected: right to vote? (P50_1J) (RTPRVOTE)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned263.3
2) Not mentioned24831.4
TOTAL789100.0
226) Which rights have not been respected: right to be elected? (P50_1K) (RTPRELEC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned151.9
2) Not mentioned25932.8
TOTAL789100.0
227) Which rights have not been respected: right to organize? (P50_1L) (RTPRORG)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned324.1
2) Not mentioned24230.7
TOTAL789100.0
228) Which rights have not been respected: right to adequate education? (P50_1M) (RTSRAEDU)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned506.3
2) Not mentioned22428.4
TOTAL789100.0
229) Which rights have not been respected: right to health protection? (P50_1N) (RTSRHLTH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned405.1
2) Not mentioned23429.7
TOTAL789100.0
230) Which rights have not been respected: Right to decide how and when to have children? (P50_1O) (RTSRCHLD)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned222.8
2) Not mentioned25231.9
TOTAL789100.0
231) Which rights have not been respected: right to social security? (P50_1P) (RTSRSOCS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned324.1
2) Not mentioned24230.7
TOTAL789100.0
232) Which rights have not been respected: right to decent and good wage? (P50_1Q) (RTSRWAGE)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned516.5
2) Not mentioned22328.3
TOTAL789100.0
233) Which rights have not been respected: right to adequate environment? (P50_1R) (RTSRAEVT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned202.5
2) Not mentioned25432.2
TOTAL789100.0
234) Which rights have not been respected: right to adequate and decent housing? (P50_1S) (RTSRHSNG)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned354.4
2) Not mentioned23930.3
TOTAL789100.0
235) Which rights have not been respected: freedom to pursue a profession? (P50_1T) (RTSRWORK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned283.5
2) Not mentioned24631.2
TOTAL789100.0
236) Which rights have not been respected: right to not be bothered at home? (P50_1U) (RTSRNBHM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51565.3
1) Mentioned374.7
2) Not mentioned23730.0
TOTAL789100.0
237) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much do you think (religion of respondent) are discriminated in the following areas: in the family? (P51_1) (RTGDCRFM)
TOTAL%
1) 374.7
2) 364.6
3) 374.7
4) 192.4
5) 9211.7
6) 344.3
7) 313.9
8) 516.5
9) 212.7
10) 729.1
96) No discrimination34744.0
98) Does not know111.4
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
238) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much do you think (religion of respondent) are discriminated in the following areas: in public hospitals? (P51_2) (RTGDCRPH)
TOTAL%
1) 334.2
2) 415.2
3) 354.4
4) 162.0
5) 10713.6
6) 476.0
7) 273.4
8) 648.1
9) 273.4
10) 526.6
96) No discrimination32340.9
98) Does not know172.2
TOTAL789100.0
239) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much do you think (religion of respondent) are discriminated in the following areas: in schools? (P51_3) (RTGDCRSL)
TOTAL%
1) 263.3
2) 435.4
3) 394.9
4) 354.4
5) 10413.2
6) 617.7
7) 476.0
8) 779.8
9) 344.3
10) 719.0
96) No discrimination24330.8
98) Does not know91.1
TOTAL789100.0
240) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much do you think (religion of respondent) are discriminated in the following areas: at work? (P51_4) (RTGDCRWK)
TOTAL%
1) 324.1
2) 486.1
3) 303.8
4) 273.4
5) 9411.9
6) 344.3
7) 506.3
8) 8610.9
9) 374.7
10) 8210.4
96) No discrimination25732.6
98) Does not know101.3
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
241) In the last year, have you experienced an act of discrimination for being (religion of respondent)? (P52_1) (EXPDSCR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15219.3
2) No63680.6
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
242) On that occasion, did you carry out any action against this act of discrimination? (P52_2) (EXPDSCR2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply63780.7
1) Yes212.7
2) No12816.2
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
243) If yes, what did you do? (P52_3) (EXPDSCR3)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76897.3
1) Sue40.5
2) Complain to the authorities101.3
3) Make them see their mistakes10.1
4) Talk to them40.5
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
244) Written capture of action taken against discrimination (AA37)
245) Have you ever been excluded from any activity because you were a (religion of respondent)? (P53_1) (EXCREL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes769.6
2) No70689.5
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
246) What activities were you excluded from? (P53_2) (EXCACT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71390.4
1) Policy20.3
2) Festivities20.3
3) Family reunions91.1
4) School meetings60.8
5) Mass10.1
6) Jobs151.9
7) Freedom of opinion30.4
8) Public office10.1
9) Improvement course10.1
10) Social parties141.8
11) Vacation premiums10.1
12) Loans10.1
14) Social assistance10.1
15) Delivery and gifts in your company10.1
16) Suspended from school10.1
17) School50.6
18) Pilgrimage10.1
19) Polling stations10.1
20) Sports10.1
98) Does not know60.8
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
247) Written capture for feeling excluded from activities. From variable EXCACT (AA23)
248) How true or false is the following sentence: 'I sometimes feel excluded from society?' (P54) (FEELEXC)
TOTAL%
1) Completely true324.1
2) True15319.4
3) False35545.0
4) Completely false18623.6
5) Neither true nor false567.1
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
249) And how much do you agree or disagree with the following sentence: 'I do not feel able to play an important role in society?' (P55) (NOIMPRL)
TOTAL%
1) Agree8010.1
2) Somewhat agree567.1
3) Somewhat disagree8811.2
4) Disagree51264.9
5) Neither agree nor disagree384.8
8) Does not know131.6
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
250) In your opinion, is discrimination for religious reasons more serious or less serious than discrimination for other reasons? (P56) (SRRELDS)
TOTAL%
1) More serious16621.0
2) Less serious36946.8
3) Equally serious22728.8
8) Does not know263.3
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
251) Do you think that the (religion of respondent) have more or less opportunities to go to school than other people? (P57) (OPPSCH)
TOTAL%
1) More opportunities617.7
2) Less opportunities13617.2
3) Same opportunities58674.3
8) Does not know50.6
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
252) Do you think that the (religion of respondent) have more or less opportunities to get a job than other people? (P58) (OPPJOB)
TOTAL%
1) More opportunities8510.8
2) Less opportunities21327.0
3) Same opportunities47660.3
8) Does not know121.5
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
253) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no freedom to make decisions and 10 is total freedom to decide, how much freedom do you think (religion of respondent) have to make their own decisions? (P59_1) (RMFRDM)
TOTAL%
0) 0293.7
1) 110.1
2) 250.6
3) 3101.3
4) 481.0
5) 58310.5
6) 6222.8
7) 7425.3
8) 8678.5
9) 9526.6
10) 1045858.0
98) Does not know101.3
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
254) On a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is no freedom to make decisions and 10 is total freedom to decide, how much freedom do you think Catholics have to make their own decisions? (P59_2) (CATHFRDM)
TOTAL%
0) 0172.2
1) 130.4
2) 210.1
3) 310.1
4) 440.5
5) 5455.7
6) 6141.8
7) 7151.9
8) 8597.5
9) 9769.6
10) 1052466.4
98) Does not know273.4
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
255) Which of the following situations has happened to you or to your family: been sent to a special school due to your religion? (P60_1) (RMEXPSPS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes445.6
2) No73392.9
3) Not applicable60.8
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
256) Which of the following situations has happened to you or to your family: obligated to complete religious mandates? (P60_2) (RMEXPRMS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10613.4
2) No67185.0
3) Not applicable50.6
8) Does not know50.6
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
257) Which of the following situations has happened to you or to your family: put in charge of house chores? (P60_3) (RMEXPHSC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes688.6
2) No71090.0
3) Not applicable60.8
8) Does not know30.4
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
258) Which of the following situations has happened to you or to your family: not permitted to study? (P60_4) (RMEXPSTU)
TOTAL%
1) Yes546.8
2) No72491.8
3) Not applicable60.8
8) Does not know30.4
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
259) Which of the following situations has happened to you or to your family: less freedom than people of other religions? (P60_5) (RMEXPLSL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes688.6
2) No70689.5
3) Not applicable70.9
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
260) In general, in Mexico, the (religion of the respondent) have a smaller circle of friends than other people. What do you think of this situation? (P61) (RMSMALL)
TOTAL%
1) Because of discrimination (religion of the respondent)3819.1
2) Because they choose to segregate3417.1
3) Because other religions segregate them3115.6
4) Because they have different values that hinder coexistence3216.1
5) Because there is no tolerance among religions2613.1
6) Did not participate in many meetings10.5
7) They are more free thinking10.5
9) Beliefs52.5
10) Ignorance10.5
11) Lack of understanding10.5
12) Education of parents10.5
98) Does not know178.5
99) Does not answer115.5
Missing590 
TOTAL199100.0
261) Written capture of why the (religion of the respondent) have a smaller circle of friends than other people. From the variable RMSMALL (AA24)
262) In every community there can always be differences in treatment between people of different religions. What do you think these differences may be due to? Because it is the custom, the reality, that's the way it is? (P62_1) (CMTRTCUS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply41652.7
1) Yes because it is the custom, the reality, that's the way it is27334.6
98) Does not know9311.8
99) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
263) In every community there can always be differences in treatment between people of different religions. What do you think these differences may be due to? Because there is no tolerance between members of the community? (P62_2) (CMTRTNOT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply41352.3
2) Yes because there is no tolerance between members of the community37647.7
TOTAL789100.0
264) In every community there can always be differences in treatment between people of different religions. What do you think these differences may be due to? Other reasons? (P62_3) (CMTRTOTH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply74694.6
3) Ignorance40.5
4) Afraid to change religion20.3
5) Misinformation30.4
6) Does not have the same religion30.4
7) Different religious beliefs131.6
8) Family disunity20.3
9) Does not know the word of God10.1
10) Lack of understanding10.1
11) Miscommunication50.6
12) Education40.5
13) Different ways of thinking30.4
14) Do not know how to treat other religions10.1
15) Based on the writings of the Bible10.1
TOTAL789100.0
265) Written capture for the other reasons that communities treat different religious groups differently. From the variable CMTRTOTH (AA25)
266) And in your home (or when you lived with your parents), do you see your parents differentiate or not differentiate between people (religion of the respondent) and people of other religions? (P63) (PARNTDIF)
TOTAL%
1) More9912.5
2) Less22328.3
3) Same40150.8
9) Does not answer668.4
TOTAL789100.0
267) How just or unjust are these differences between (religion of respondent) and people of other religions? (P64) (JUSTDF)
TOTAL%
1) Very just526.6
2) Just10112.8
3) Unjust33342.2
4) Very unjust20425.9
5) Neither just nor unjust739.3
8) Does not know192.4
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
268) Should the government treat religious minorities the same or different than others? (P65_1) (GVTTR1)
TOTAL%
1) The same74294.0
2) Different (special treatment)334.2
3) Depends10.1
8) Does not know121.5
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
269) (If respondent says 'depends') Depends on what? (P65_2) (GVTTR2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78899.9
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
270) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person over 60 years of age or a person younger than 60 years of age? (P66_1) (JOBC60)
TOTAL%
1) Person over 6023730.0
2) Person younger than 6027234.5
3) Both27034.2
4) Neither10.1
8) Does not know81.0
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
271) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: an unemployed person or an employed person? (P66_2) (JOBCEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Unemployed64481.6
2) Employed151.9
3) Both12415.7
4) Neither10.1
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
272) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is Mexican or a foreigner? (P66_3) (JOBCMEX)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican62479.1
2) Foreigner91.1
3) Both14918.9
4) Neither10.1
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
273) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is disabled or a person who is not disabled? (P66_4) (JOBCDIS)
TOTAL%
1) Disabled31840.3
2) Non-disabled14117.9
3) Both31640.1
4) Neither10.1
8) Does not know131.6
TOTAL789100.0
274) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is indigenous or a person who is not indigenous? (P66_5) (JOBCINDG)
TOTAL%
1) Indigenous31640.1
2) Non-indigenous10012.7
3) Both36245.9
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
275) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a single female parent or a married woman? (P66_6) (JOBCWOM)
TOTAL%
1) Single female parent34944.2
2) Married woman769.6
3) Both35545.0
4) Neither40.5
8) Does not know50.6
TOTAL789100.0
276) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who has AIDS or a person who does not have AIDS? (P66_7) (JOBCAIDS)
TOTAL%
1) Person with AIDS14518.4
2) Person without AIDS35144.5
3) Both28035.5
4) Neither30.4
8) Does not know91.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
277) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person with no criminal record or a person with a criminal record? (P66_8) (JOBCCRIM)
TOTAL%
1) Person without criminal record38448.7
2) Person with criminal record12716.1
3) Both25832.7
4) Neither60.8
8) Does not know131.6
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
278) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a male or a female? (P66_9) (JOBCGEN)
TOTAL%
1) Male9111.5
2) Female17422.1
3) Both51465.1
4) Neither20.3
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
279) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is Catholic or a person who is not Catholic? (P66_10) (JOBCCATH)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic759.5
2) Non-Catholic16520.9
3) Both52766.8
4) Neither50.6
8) Does not know131.6
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
280) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is homosexual or a person who is not homosexual? (P66_11) (JOBCHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Person who is homosexual638.0
2) Person who is not homosexual36446.1
3) Both34143.2
4) Neither40.5
8) Does not know141.8
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
281) If you had to choose between two equally qualified people for the same job, who would you prefer: a person who is younger than 25 years of age or a person who is between 25 and 40 years of age? (P66_12) (JOBCAGE)
TOTAL%
1) Person who is younger than 25779.8
2) Person who is between 25 and 4023930.3
3) Both46358.7
4) Neither10.1
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
282) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person over 60? (P67_1) (JOBF60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention58474.0
1) First mention10613.4
2) Second mention496.2
3) Third mention394.9
97) Would employ all101.3
98) Does not know10.1
TOTAL789100.0
283) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person not employed? (P67_2) (JOBFUNEM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention31740.2
1) First mention25832.7
2) Second mention14017.7
3) Third mention749.4
TOTAL789100.0
284) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is Mexican? (P67_3) (JOBFMEX)
TOTAL%
0) No mention53667.9
1) First mention9612.2
2) Second mention9912.5
3) Third mention587.4
TOTAL789100.0
285) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person with a disability? (P67_4) (JOBFDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention50964.5
1) First mention8711.0
2) Second mention12015.2
3) Third mention739.3
TOTAL789100.0
286) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is not indigenous? (P67_5) (JOBFNIND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76597.0
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention121.5
TOTAL789100.0
287) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a single female parent? (P67_6) (JOBFFSPT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention46959.4
1) First mention779.8
2) Second mention11614.7
3) Third mention12716.1
TOTAL789100.0
288) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person with AIDS? (P67_7) (JOBFAIDS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71490.5
1) First mention192.4
2) Second mention313.9
3) Third mention253.2
TOTAL789100.0
289) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person with no criminal record? (P67_8) (JOBFNCRM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention69387.8
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention334.2
3) Third mention496.2
TOTAL789100.0
290) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a male? (P67_9) (JOBFMAN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72992.4
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention202.5
3) Third mention263.3
TOTAL789100.0
291) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is Catholic? (P67_10) (JOBFCATH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77498.1
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention60.8
3) Third mention70.9
TOTAL789100.0
292) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is homosexual? (P67_11) (JOBFHOM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77698.4
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
293) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is under 25 years of age? (P67_12) (JOBFY25)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75195.2
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention91.1
3) Third mention253.2
TOTAL789100.0
294) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is under 60 years of age? (P67_13) (JOBFY60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75395.4
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention91.1
3) Third mention162.0
TOTAL789100.0
295) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is employed? (P67_14) (JOBFEMP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77998.7
2) Second mention30.4
3) Third mention70.9
TOTAL789100.0
296) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is a foreigner? (P67_15) (JOBFFOR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention78499.4
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention30.4
3) Third mention10.1
TOTAL789100.0
297) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who does not have a disability? (P67_16) (JOBFNDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76496.8
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention91.1
3) Third mention151.9
TOTAL789100.0
298) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is indigenous? (P67_17) (JOBFINDG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention66584.3
1) First mention212.7
2) Second mention425.3
3) Third mention617.7
TOTAL789100.0
299) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a married woman? (P67_18) (JOBFMARW)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75795.9
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention101.3
3) Third mention212.7
TOTAL789100.0
300) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who does not have AIDS? (P67_19) (JOBFNAID)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77297.8
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
301) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person with a criminal record? (P67_20) (JOBFCRIM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77898.6
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention40.5
3) Third mention60.8
TOTAL789100.0
302) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a female? (P67_21) (JOBFFEML)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71991.1
1) First mention91.1
2) Second mention141.8
3) Third mention476.0
TOTAL789100.0
303) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is not Catholic? (P67_22) (JOBFNCTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72792.1
1) First mention222.8
2) Second mention162.0
3) Third mention243.0
TOTAL789100.0
304) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person who is not homosexual? (P67_23) (JOBFNHOM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77498.1
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention81.0
3) Third mention50.6
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
305) And of the people on this card, who would you choose as the first three options for employment: a person between the ages of 25 and 40? (P67_24) (JOBFBAGE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70389.1
1) First mention253.2
2) Second mention202.5
3) Third mention415.2
TOTAL789100.0
306) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person over the age of 60? (P68_1) (JOBN60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention51765.5
1) First mention587.4
2) Second mention506.3
3) Third mention597.5
97) Would employ all9612.2
98) Does not know50.6
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
307) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is unemployed? (P68_2) (JOBNUNEM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention78098.9
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention10.1
TOTAL789100.0
308) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is Mexican? (P68_3) (JOBNMEX)
TOTAL%
0) No mention78499.4
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention10.1
TOTAL789100.0
309) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who has a disability? (P68_4) (JOBNDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73292.8
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention273.4
3) Third mention162.0
TOTAL789100.0
310) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is not indigenous? (P68_5) (JOBNNIND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75795.9
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention101.3
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
311) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a single female parent? (P68_6) (JOBNFSPT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77097.6
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention91.1
3) Third mention50.6
TOTAL789100.0
312) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person with AIDS? (P68_7) (JOBNAIDS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention51565.3
1) First mention12215.5
2) Second mention9812.4
3) Third mention546.8
TOTAL789100.0
313) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person without a criminal record? (P68_8) (JOBNNCRM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76196.5
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention101.3
TOTAL789100.0
314) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a male? (P68_9) (JOBNMAN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77197.7
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention50.6
3) Third mention81.0
TOTAL789100.0
315) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is Catholic? (P68_10) (JOBNCATH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74093.8
1) First mention162.0
2) Second mention192.4
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
316) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is a homosexual? (P68_11) (JOBNHOMS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54769.3
1) First mention8911.3
2) Second mention719.0
3) Third mention8210.4
TOTAL789100.0
317) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is under the age of 25? (P68_12) (JOBNU25)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74694.6
1) First mention91.1
2) Second mention162.0
3) Third mention182.3
TOTAL789100.0
318) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is under the age of 60? (P68_13) (JOBNU60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76096.3
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention40.5
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL789100.0
319) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is employed? (P68_14) (JOBNEMP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention48761.7
1) First mention12616.0
2) Second mention8711.0
3) Third mention8911.3
TOTAL789100.0
320) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is a foreigner? (P68_15) (JOBNFOR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention44456.3
1) First mention10313.1
2) Second mention13617.2
3) Third mention10212.9
96) No other mention by respondent30.4
99) Does nor answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
321) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who has no disability? (P68_16) (JOBNNDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74193.9
1) First mention81.0
2) Second mention182.3
3) Third mention162.0
96) No other mention by respondent60.8
TOTAL789100.0
322) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is indigenous? (P68_17) (JOBNINDG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76296.6
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention101.3
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
323) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a married woman? (P68_18) (JOBNMARW)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74994.9
1) First mention70.9
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention222.8
TOTAL789100.0
324) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who does not have AIDS? (P68_19) (JOBNNAID)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76096.3
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention131.6
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL789100.0
325) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who has a criminal record? (P68_20) (JOBNCRIM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60476.6
1) First mention455.7
2) Second mention567.1
3) Third mention8410.6
TOTAL789100.0
326) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a female? (P68_21) (JOBNFEML)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77998.7
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention30.4
3) Third mention20.3
96) No other mention by respondent40.5
TOTAL789100.0
327) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is not Catholic? (P68_22) (JOBNNCAT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77998.7
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention40.5
3) Third mention20.3
TOTAL789100.0
328) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person who is not homosexual? (P68_23) (JOBNNHOM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention77398.0
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention50.6
3) Third mention60.8
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
329) And of the people on this card, who would you never employ: a person between the ages of 25 and 40? (P68_24) (JOBNBAGE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75795.9
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention50.6
3) Third mention81.0
96) No other mention by respondent121.5
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
330) Do you think that a poor (religion of the respondent) has more or less problems than the rest of the poor? (P69_1) (POORPROB)
TOTAL%
1) More problems17522.2
2) Less problems10212.9
3) The same48761.7
8) Does not know222.8
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
331) If you think that a poor (religion of the respondent) has more problems than the rest of the poor, then why do you think that they have more problems? (P69_2) (PRMRPROB)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply61477.8
1) Lack of opportunities496.2
2) Discrimination587.4
3) Fewer opportunities than others364.6
4) There are jobs that are not given to (respondent's religion)243.0
5) The family is not supported10.1
6) Tend to hate the rich10.1
7) We are jealous10.1
98) Does not know50.6
TOTAL789100.0
332) Written capture for the variable PRMRPROB (AA27)
333) If you think that a poor (religion of the respondent) has less problems than the rest of the poor, then why do you think that they have less problems? (P69_3) (PRLSPROB)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply68787.1
1) If you have a partner, they support them financially91.1
2) They have more initiative344.3
3) Known to be more independent253.2
4) More government aid to the (religion of the respondent)10.1
5) There are jobs who prefer (religion of respondent)30.4
6) There share help between them60.8
7) Religion is not as important20.3
8) They do not get into the lives of others10.1
9) Church supports us10.1
10) We can live with or without money10.1
11) God helps us151.9
98) Does not know40.5
TOTAL789100.0
334) Written capture for the variable PRLSPROB (AA28)
335) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: the elderly? List them in order. (P70_1) (MSTVELD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention39249.7
2) Second mention16621.0
3) Third mention10413.2
4) Fourth mention536.7
5) Fifth mention222.8
6) Sixth mention273.4
7) Seventh mention111.4
8) Eighth mention50.6
9) Ninth mention91.1
TOTAL789100.0
336) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: the unemployed? List them in order. (P70_2) (MSTVNEMP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention324.1
2) Second mention719.0
3) Third mention719.0
4) Fourth mention10913.8
5) Fifth mention10413.2
6) Sixth mention10713.6
7) Seventh mention13316.9
8) Eighth mention11915.1
9) Ninth mention435.4
TOTAL789100.0
337) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: foreigners living in Mexico? List them in order. (P70_3) (MSTVFORS)
TOTAL%
1) First mention121.5
2) Second mention162.0
3) Third mention273.4
4) Fourth mention394.9
5) Fifth mention496.2
6) Sixth mention445.6
7) Seventh mention8110.3
8) Eighth mention10513.3
9) Ninth mention41652.7
TOTAL789100.0
338) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: people with disabilities? List them in order. (P70_4) (MSTVDISA)
TOTAL%
1) First mention12616.0
2) Second mention18423.3
3) Third mention14017.7
4) Fourth mention9812.4
5) Fifth mention688.6
6) Sixth mention759.5
7) Seventh mention384.8
8) Eighth mention384.8
9) Ninth mention222.8
TOTAL789100.0
339) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: the indigenous people? List them in order. (P70_5) (MSTVINDG)
TOTAL%
1) First mention8610.9
2) Second mention12215.5
3) Third mention11915.1
4) Fourth mention11314.3
5) Fifth mention12115.3
6) Sixth mention698.7
7) Seventh mention739.3
8) Eighth mention557.0
9) Ninth mention313.9
TOTAL789100.0
340) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: single mothers? List them in order. (P70_6) (MSTVSMOM)
TOTAL%
1) First mention172.2
2) Second mention759.5
3) Third mention9812.4
4) Fourth mention13717.4
5) Fifth mention14818.8
6) Sixth mention12616.0
7) Seventh mention8310.5
8) Eighth mention678.5
9) Ninth mention384.8
TOTAL789100.0
341) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: the children? List them in order. (P70_7) (MSTVCHLD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention506.3
2) Second mention587.4
3) Third mention8110.3
4) Fourth mention9211.7
5) Fifth mention11714.8
6) Sixth mention12315.6
7) Seventh mention13917.6
8) Eighth mention8210.4
9) Ninth mention476.0
TOTAL789100.0
342) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: young people? List them in order. (P70_8) (MSTVYPEP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention70.9
2) Second mention141.8
3) Third mention253.2
4) Fourth mention313.9
5) Fifth mention638.0
6) Sixth mention11214.2
7) Seventh mention17822.6
8) Eighth mention23629.9
9) Ninth mention12315.6
TOTAL789100.0
343) Of the groups who are on this card, who would you say are the most vulnerable in Mexico: people who have AIDS? List them in order. (P70_9) (MSTVAIDS)
TOTAL%
1) First mention678.5
2) Second mention8310.5
3) Third mention12415.7
4) Fourth mention11714.8
5) Fifth mention9712.3
6) Sixth mention10613.4
7) Seventh mention536.7
8) Eighth mention8210.4
9) Ninth mention607.6
TOTAL789100.0
344) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: the elderly? List them in order. (P71_1) (WRSLELDY)
TOTAL%
1) First mention32040.6
2) Second mention18924.0
3) Third mention13216.7
4) Fourth mention648.1
5) Fifth mention313.9
6) Sixth mention182.3
7) Seventh mention131.6
8) Eighth mention101.3
9) Ninth mention121.5
TOTAL789100.0
345) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: the unemployed? List them in order. (P71_2) (WRSLNEMP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention263.3
2) Second mention708.9
3) Third mention719.0
4) Fourth mention10313.1
5) Fifth mention11514.6
6) Sixth mention11815.0
7) Seventh mention10613.4
8) Eighth mention13316.9
9) Ninth mention476.0
TOTAL789100.0
346) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: the foreigners living in Mexico? List them in order. (P71_3) (WRSLFORS)
TOTAL%
1) First mention222.8
2) Second mention182.3
3) Third mention243.0
4) Fourth mention496.2
5) Fifth mention476.0
6) Sixth mention496.2
7) Seventh mention546.8
8) Eighth mention8811.2
9) Ninth mention43855.5
TOTAL789100.0
347) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: people who have disabilities? List them in order. (P71_4) (WRSLDIS)
TOTAL%
1) First mention17822.6
2) Second mention16721.2
3) Third mention14318.1
4) Fourth mention8811.2
5) Fifth mention658.2
6) Sixth mention567.1
7) Seventh mention384.8
8) Eighth mention405.1
9) Ninth mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
348) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: the indigenous people? List them in order. (P71_5) (WRSLINDG)
TOTAL%
1) First mention789.9
2) Second mention8510.8
3) Third mention12215.5
4) Fourth mention14117.9
5) Fifth mention10613.4
6) Sixth mention9812.4
7) Seventh mention8510.8
8) Eighth mention587.4
9) Ninth mention162.0
TOTAL789100.0
349) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: single mothers? List them in order. (P71_6) (WRSLSMOM)
TOTAL%
1) First mention222.8
2) Second mention658.2
3) Third mention9311.8
4) Fourth mention12916.3
5) Fifth mention15820.0
6) Sixth mention13617.2
7) Seventh mention9812.4
8) Eighth mention577.2
9) Ninth mention313.9
TOTAL789100.0
350) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: the children? List them in order. (P71_7) (WRSLCHLD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention334.2
2) Second mention587.4
3) Third mention597.5
4) Fourth mention739.3
5) Fifth mention11714.8
6) Sixth mention13617.2
7) Seventh mention15519.6
8) Eighth mention11414.4
9) Ninth mention445.6
TOTAL789100.0
351) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: young people? List them in order. (P71_8) (WRSLYPEP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention50.6
2) Second mention121.5
3) Third mention273.4
4) Fourth mention364.6
5) Fifth mention597.5
6) Sixth mention10513.3
7) Seventh mention19124.2
8) Eighth mention22128.0
9) Ninth mention13316.9
TOTAL789100.0
352) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions: people with AIDS? List them in order. (P71_9) (WRSLAIDS)
TOTAL%
1) First mention10513.3
2) Second mention12515.8
3) Third mention11815.0
4) Fourth mention10613.4
5) Fifth mention9111.5
6) Sixth mention739.3
7) Seventh mention496.2
8) Eighth mention688.6
9) Ninth mention546.8
TOTAL789100.0
353) Among all these people who belong to a religious minority, who do you think has the worst living conditions? (P72_1) (WRSLCOND)
TOTAL%
1) Indigenous religious minorities31439.8
2) Religious minorities divorced or separated506.3
3) Elderly religious minorities17622.3
4) Minority single mothers749.4
5) Religious minorities gay or lesbian729.1
6) Religious minorities who are heads of households546.8
7) Religious minorities with AIDS10.1
98) Does not know465.8
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
354) Written capture of responses from the variable WRSLCOND (AA29)
355) At one time during any of your jobs, have you felt discriminated against for being a (religion of the respondent)? (P73_1) (DISCWRK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply46859.3
1) Yes577.2
2) No26033.0
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
356) Do you have children who are still living? (P74_1) (CHILDRN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes61577.9
2) No17121.7
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
357) And do you feel that your children have suffered or have not suffered any act of discrimination due to you be being a (religion of the respondent)? (P75_1) (DSCHLD)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply17121.7
1) Yes16120.4
2) No45057.0
8) Does not know70.9
TOTAL789100.0
358) (If 'Yes' to DSCHLD) Who discriminated against your child: your family? (P75_1J) (DSCHLDFM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75695.8
1) Yes303.8
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
359) (If 'Yes' to DSCHLD) Who discriminated against your child: your friends? (P75_1K) (DSCHLDFR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75996.2
2) Yes303.8
TOTAL789100.0
360) (If 'Yes' to DSCHLD) Who discriminated against your child: those at work? (P75_1L) (DSCHLDWK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply77798.5
3) Yes121.5
TOTAL789100.0
361) (If 'Yes' to DSCHLD) Who discriminated against your child: those at their school? (P75_1M) (DSCHLDSL)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70889.7
4) Yes8110.3
TOTAL789100.0
362) (If 'Yes' to DSCHLD) Who discriminated against your child: (other)? (P75_1M) (DSCHLDOR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78499.4
5) Catholics10.1
6) Those in the community20.3
7) Neighbors10.1
8) Friends of my friends10.1
TOTAL789100.0
363) Written capture for the variable DSCHLDOR (AA38)
364) How often have you heard the idea that (religion of the respondent) do not work as well as Catholics?(P76) (LAZYRM)
TOTAL%
1) Very often708.9
2) Quite often719.0
3) Infrequent24931.6
4) Never38448.7
8) Does not know111.4
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL789100.0
365) Was there ever a time that you received fewer wages for similar work compared to a Catholic? (P77_1) (LSMNY)
TOTAL%
0) 046859.3
1) Yes313.9
2) No28536.1
8) Does not know30.4
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
366) (If yes to LSMNY) When did this happen? (P77_2) (LSMNYTM1)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76296.6
1) Between the years 2000 and 2004182.3
3) Don't remember70.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
367) (If yes to LSMNY) When did this happen? (P77_3) (LSMNYTM2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply78499.4
2) Before the year 200050.6
TOTAL789100.0
368) Was there a time in your family or in your friends' family where a (respondent's religion) child was prevented from entering a school although they met the entry requirements? (P78) (DSCCHSC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes719.0
2) No71290.2
9) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL789100.0
369) In the past five years, has either your family or your friends' family been denied a job by someone just because they were (religion of the respondent)? (P79) (DENYJB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9211.7
2) No68486.7
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
370) Imagine that a Catholic person has the same skills as you. How capable do you feel in competing with them for the same position: very capable, capable, incapable or very incapable? (P80) (SMSKLCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very capable50564.0
2) Capable25131.8
3) Incapable222.8
4) Very incapable30.4
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
371) In general, how do people treat you: politely or impolitely? (P81_1) (TREATPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Politely63580.5
2) Impolitely11514.6
3) Other response283.5
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
372) In general, how do people treat you: with rejection or acceptance? (P81_2) (TREATACC)
TOTAL%
1) With rejection17021.5
2) With acceptance57472.8
3) Other response313.9
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
373) In general, how do people treat you: with respect or with disrespect? (P81_3) (TREATRES)
TOTAL%
1) With respect63981.0
2) With disrespect11013.9
3) Other response303.8
8) Does not know50.6
9) Does not answer50.6
TOTAL789100.0
374) From what you have seen, how fulfilled are the needs of religious minorities, like yourself? (P82) (NEEDSRM)
TOTAL%
1) Very12816.2
2) More than enough15719.9
3) Somewhat40851.7
4) Not at all678.5
8) Does not know243.0
9) Does not answer50.6
TOTAL789100.0
375) Is the claim true that (religion of respondent) children receive lower grades than catholic children? (P83_1) (CHLDGRDS)
TOTAL%
1) Very true91.1
2) True111.4
3) False38949.3
4) Very false35745.2
8) Does not know212.7
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
376) (If respondent responds 'Very true' or 'True' to CHLDGRDS), why is this so? (P83_2) (CHLDGRTR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply76997.5
1) Discrimination by teachers40.5
2) Pay less heed to our questions30.4
3) Receive bad education10.1
4) Children need to be educated10.1
5) The religion prohibits the participation in school activities10.1
7) The values they teach10.1
8) Rejection20.3
98) Does not know40.5
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
377) Written capture for the variable CHLDGRTR (AA31)
378) What line of policy would you consider to be the most worthy? (P84) (BESTPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Privileging aid while people continue to discriminate against religious minorities8711.0
2) Promote campaigns to prevent the bad treatment of religious minorities62379.0
3) Depends394.9
8) Does not know334.2
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
379) Have you or someone in your family ever had problems with public health services due to being (the respondent's religion)? (P85) (HLTHSPRB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes789.9
2) No68586.8
3) No, I do not use those services151.9
8) Does not know81.0
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
380) In the past five years, do you think that there has been increased or decreased discrimination against religious minorities in Mexico? (P86) (MRLSDISC)
TOTAL%
1) Increased18723.7
2) Decreased32240.8
3) Remains the same23129.3
8) Does not know465.8
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
381) And in the last five years do you think that the opportunities for religious minorities have increased or decreased from the past? (P87) (MRLSOPPO)
TOTAL%
1) Increased28836.5
2) Decreased20425.9
3) Remains the same26633.7
8) Does not know303.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
382) What would you do if you were the victim of an act of discrimination? (P89) (DISCVICT)
TOTAL%
1) Press charges23429.7
2) File a complaint to a human rights organization13917.6
3) Try to make the person see his/her mistake19624.8
4) Nothing15619.8
5) Ignore it60.8
6) Defend20.3
7) Keep quiet10.1
8) Ask God to do his will20.3
9) Ask for an apology40.5
10) Dialogue10.1
11) Put it in God's hands10.1
12) Seek advice from parents10.1
98) Does not know465.8
TOTAL789100.0
383) Written capture for how respondent would react to discrimination. From the variable DISCVICT (AA32)
384) The government says it is trying to give all religious minorities opportunities similar to Catholics in different areas of life. How much do you think the state protects religious minorities in this country? (P89) (GOVTPROT)
TOTAL%
1) Protects very much597.5
2) Protects enough10313.1
3) Protects a little40851.7
4) Doesn't protect10913.8
5) Neither much or little (specify)658.2
8) Does not know435.4
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL789100.0
385) Do you know of or not know of any government action to combat and eliminate discrimination on religious matters? (P90) (KNOWGTPR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8811.2
2) No64782.0
8) Does not know384.8
9) Does not answer162.0
TOTAL789100.0
386) Can you tell me what public institution would you go to in case of ... being abused or suffering domestic violence? (P91_1) (GOINSTDV)
TOTAL%
1) SEDESOL10.1
3) Human rights organization20225.6
4) Police577.2
5) Different16721.2
7) Public ministry374.7
8) Judiciary20.3
9) Social Work20.3
10) Goes to the delegation182.3
11) Township111.4
12) Health center20.3
15) PGR (Attorney General's Office)40.5
16) Municipal presidency101.3
17) Council10.1
19) PGJ (Attorney General)192.4
22) Department of the Interior / SEGOB10.1
23) Appropriate authorities374.7
28) President40.5
32) Command50.6
41) Institute for Women20.3
47) Church60.8
48) Common home10.1
50) Special clinic10.1
51) Justice center50.6
53) Doctor20.3
54) Delegate10.1
58) Community judge20.3
63) State government10.1
65) Courts20.3
87) Institute of family violence20.3
89) Association of Crimes Against Women30.4
92) Department of Protection and Roads progress10.1
93) Social procuraduria/Prosol70.9
96) None60.8
98) Does not know15219.3
99) Does not answer121.5
105) Commissioner10.1
109) Family committee10.1
110) PFP10.1
TOTAL789100.0
387) Written capture for the variable GOINSTDV (AA33)
388) Can you tell me what public institution would you go to in case of: having a child with a disability? (P91_2) (GOINSTDA)
TOTAL%
2) Crit / telethon9011.4
3) Human rights organization172.2
4) Police10.1
5) Diff33742.7
6) IMSS specialty70.9
7) Public ministry10.1
10) Delegation20.3
11) Township10.1
12) Health center182.3
13) General hospital192.4
16) Municipal presidency20.3
20) Issste20.3
22) Department of the Interior / SEGOB10.1
23) Appropriate authorities40.5
26) Special schools60.8
27) The New Dawn20.3
35) Children's hospital10.1
37) Rehabilitation center283.5
41) Institute for Women20.3
47) Church40.5
48) Common home10.1
50) Special clinic111.4
53) Doctor40.5
61) Information center10.1
63) State government50.6
68) Center of attention50.6
69) HR10.1
77) Hospital for disabled10.1
81) Charities30.4
84) Child hospital20.3
86) Association of disability40.5
87) Institute of family violence10.1
96) None40.5
98) Does not know19324.5
99) Does not answer70.9
100) APAC10.1
TOTAL789100.0
389) Written capture for the variable GOINSTDA (AA34)
390) Can you tell me what public institution would you go to in case of: not being allowed in a public place due to religion? (P91_3) (GOINSTPR)
TOTAL%
2) Crit /telethon20.3
3) Human rights organization28035.5
4) Police182.3
5) Diff334.2
7) Public ministry121.5
9) Social work20.3
10) Delegation141.8
11) Township70.9
13) General hospital20.3
15) PGR (Attorney General's Office)10.1
16) Municipal presidency81.0
19) PGJ (Attorney General)40.5
20) ISSSTE10.1
22) Department of the Interior / SEGOB10.1
23) Appropriate authorities263.3
28) President40.5
32) Command30.4
34) Discrimination institution10.1
47) Church40.5
48) Common home10.1
50) Special10.1
55) Clinic10.1
61) Information Center10.1
63) State government30.4
69) Human resources30.4
72) Federal consumer10.1
74) With the manager10.1
93) Social procuraduria30.4
96) None324.1
98) Does not know29537.4
99) Does not answer232.9
105) Commissioner10.1
TOTAL789100.0
391) Written capture for the variable GOINSTPR (AA35)
392) From what you know, does there or does there not exist laws to prevent or eliminate discrimination in Mexico? (P92_1) (DSLAWS1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, there exists laws27034.2
2) No, laws do not exist37747.8
8) Does not know14218.0
TOTAL789100.0
393) (If 'Yes' to DSLAWS1) In your opinion, do such laws reduce discrimination or is it just another law that no one knows about or respects? (P92_2) (DSLAWS2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply51965.8
1) It does reduce discrimination678.5
2) They are not known or respected13116.6
3) Disseminate knowledge about it and enforce it546.8
8) Does not know151.9
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL789100.0
394) Would you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the government giving special subsidies to religious minorities? (P93) (GOVTSUBS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree24731.3
2) Agree30338.4
3) Disagree15419.5
4) Strongly disagree476.0
8) Does not know374.7
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
395) Which of the following principles do you believe should be the most important to delineate specific social policies for (religion of the respondent)? (P94) (PRINCPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Address all the basic needs of (religion of respondent), regardless of situation42954.4
2) Only attend to religious minorities who are more disadvantaged26834.0
3) Other response91.1
4) There should not be special social policies for religious minorities496.2
8) Does not know293.7
9) Does not answer50.6
TOTAL789100.0
396) In your opinion, is the government actually solving the problem of discrimination against religious minorities, and is it better or worse than before? (P95) (GOVTBRWS)
TOTAL%
1) It's gotten better than before26133.1
2) It's gotten worse than before12215.5
3) It's just as good as it always was13417.0
4) It's just as bad as it always was15019.0
8) Does not know11514.6
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL789100.0
397) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: the elderly? (P96_2) (MRGVTELD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention12015.2
1) First mention37046.9
2) Second mention17722.4
3) Third mention11915.1
97) All need attention20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL789100.0
398) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: the unemployed? (P96_3) (MRGVTUNE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention64982.3
1) First mention425.3
2) Second mention496.2
3) Third mention496.2
TOTAL789100.0
399) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: people with disabilities? (P96_4) (MRGVTDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention25832.7
1) First mention12716.1
2) Second mention24130.5
3) Third mention16220.5
96) No other mention of respondent10.1
TOTAL789100.0
400) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: the indigenous? (P96_5) (MRGVTIND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention48861.9
1) First mention8210.4
2) Second mention9111.5
3) Third mention12816.2
TOTAL789100.0
401) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: single mothers? (P96_6) (MRGVTMOT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention57873.3
1) First mention313.9
2) Second mention627.9
3) Third mention11815.0
TOTAL789100.0
402) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: the children? (P96_7) (MRGVTCHD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention61277.6
1) First mention476.0
2) Second mention546.8
3) Third mention769.6
TOTAL789100.0
403) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: the young people? (P96_8) (MRGVTYNG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75595.7
1) First mention91.1
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL789100.0
404) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: people who have AIDS? (P96_9) (MRGVTAID)
TOTAL%
0) No mention49162.2
1) First mention789.9
2) Second mention10112.8
3) Third mention11915.1
TOTAL789100.0
405) And which group would you say needs more attention from the government: (others)? (P96_10) (MRGVTOT2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention789100.0
TOTAL789100.0
406) Geographic region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) North21527.2
2) Center30038.0
3) South27434.7
TOTAL789100.0
407) Factor (FACTOR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7899467.11811786
408) I-AGE: Age of respondent (EDAD) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-3435044.5
2) 35-4927234.6
3) 50-6411915.1
4) 65-86465.8
Missing2 
TOTAL787100.0
409) I-SEX: Sex (SEXO) (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male26834.0
2) Female52166.0
TOTAL789100.0
410) I-EDUC: LEVEL [of education] (P5_2) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school or less58981.9
2) Normal track education111.5
3) Technical or commercial career track496.8
4) Professional648.9
5) Graduate School60.8
Missing70 
TOTAL719100.0
411) I-MARITAL: At this moment are you…? (P7) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Cohabitating789.9
2) Separated283.6
3) Divorced121.5
4) Widowed486.1
5) Married45658.1
6) Single16320.8
Missing4 
TOTAL785100.0
412) I-INCOME: In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or activity (displaying card with income ranges)? (P19_2) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
0) No income64283.8
1) Below minimum wage?455.9
2) Between one and two times the minimum wage? More than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos?395.1
3) Between two and four times the minimum wage? More than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos?222.9
4) Between four and eight times the minimum wage? More than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos?162.1
5) Between eight and 20 times the minimum wage? More than 9,600 and less than 24,000 pesos?20.3
Missing23 
TOTAL766100.0