State of the First Amendment Survey, 2004

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All frequencies weighted by 2) WEIGHT
1) Sequential Record ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1002504.58292.87
2) Weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.635
3) In what year were you born? (DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10021958.6817.43
4) What was the last grade of school you completed? Grade school or less, some high school, high school, some college, college grad, post graduate. (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Grade school or less323.2
2) Some high school747.4
3) High school38037.9
4) Trade school (Vol)111.1
5) Some college26226.1
6) College graduate13413.4
7) Post-graduate10210.2
98) Don't know1.1
99) Refused6.6
TOTAL1002100.0
5) Are you White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, or something else? (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White77377.1
2) Black878.7
3) Hispanic505
4) Asian151.5
5) Bi-racial (Vol)141.4
80) Other (Specify)424.2
98) Don't know00
99) Refused212.1
TOTAL1002100.0
6) Are you White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, or something else? (RACEOTH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
7) For classification purposes only, is the total yearly income of all the members of your family now living at home $40,000 or more, or would it be less than $40,000? (YRINCOM)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $40,00040140.1
2) $40,000 or more53953.8
98) Don't know212.1
99) Refused404
TOTAL1001100.0
8) [YRINCOM continued] And is that… (YRINCOM1)
TOTAL%
1) Under $10,0006816.9
2) $10,000 to less than $20,0009824.4
3) $20,000 to less than $30,00011027.4
4) $30,000 to less than $40,00010726.6
98) Don't know102.5
99) Refused92.2
Missing601 
TOTAL402100.0
9) [YRINCOM continued] And is that… (YRINCOM2)
TOTAL%
1) $40,000 to less than $50,00010018.6
2) $50,000 to less than $75,00017432.3
3) $75,000 to less than $100,00011821.9
4) $100,000 or more11020.4
98) Don't know112
99) Refused264.8
Missing463 
TOTAL539100.0
10) Are you Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or some other religion? (RELIG)
TOTAL%
0) No religious affiliation (Vol)959.5
1) Catholic21921.8
2) Protestant26826.7
3) Jewish171.7
80) Other (Specify)34734.6
98) Don't know141.4
99) Refused434.3
TOTAL1003100.0
11) Are you Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or some other religion? (RELIGOTH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
12) Would you describe yourself as either a Fundamentalist or Evangelical Christian, or would you not describe yourself that way? (TYPCHRS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, Fundamentalist/Evangelical20120.1
2) No, neither70870.7
3) Not sure393.9
98) Don't know353.5
99) Refused181.8
TOTAL1001100.0
13) In politics today, are you a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent or what? (POLAFF)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat35535.4
2) Republican25625.5
3) Independent24224.2
4) No preference696.9
80) Other (Specify)383.8
98) Don't Know202
99) Refused222.2
TOTAL1002100.0
14) In politics today, are you a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent or what? (PLAFFOTH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
15) Do you have any children under the age of 18? (KIDS18)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36236.1
2) No63062.9
98) Don't know00
99) Refused101
TOTAL1002100.0
16) Do you have any children under the age of 12? (Follow up if "Yes" to "have children under 18") (KIDS12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28378.2
2) No7921.8
98) Don't know00
99) Refused00
Missing640 
TOTAL362100.0
17) Do you have any children under the age of 6? (Follow up if "Yes" to "have children under 12") (KIDS6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15956.2
2) No12443.8
98) Don't know00
99) Refused00
Missing719 
TOTAL283100.0
18) How many phone numbers do you have in your household that are connected to phones that can be answered by a person, EXCLUDING cell phones? (PHONE)
TOTAL%
1) 176576.7
2) 214514.5
3) 3404
4) 4212.1
5) 5101
6) 61.1
7) 7 or more1.1
98) Don't Know00
99) Refused141.4
Missing3 
TOTAL997100.0
19) Respondent's sex (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male48448.3
2) Female51851.7
TOTAL1002100.0
20) Congress recently passed a law that blocks many telemarketers from making calls to you if you place your name on a national "Do Not Call" registry. Do you favor or oppose adding charities and other nonprofit organizations to the "Do Not Call" registry? (NOPFTDNC)
TOTAL%
1) Favor strongly42142.1
2) Favor mildly20220.2
3) Oppose mildly20520.5
4) Oppose strongly15315.3
98) Don't know202
99) Refused00
TOTAL1001100.0
21) Overall, do you think Americans have too much, too little, or just the right amount of access to information about the federal government's war on terrorism? (TERRINFO)
TOTAL%
1) Too much access to information15415.4
2) Too little access to information50250.1
3) Just about the right amount31030.9
98) Don't know363.6
99) Refused00
TOTAL1002100.0
22) In your view, who should be primarily responsible for keeping inappropriate printed materials away from children: parents, government officials or publishers? (INAPMAT)
TOTAL%
1) Parents87387.1
2) Government officials111.1
3) Publishers969.6
4) Nobody (Vol)3.3
98) Don't know121.2
99) Refused7.7
TOTAL1002100.0
23) In your view, who should be primarily responsible for keeping inappropriate television programming away from children: parents, government officials or broadcasters? (INAPPTV)
TOTAL%
1) Parents80780.5
2) Government officials454.5
3) Broadcasters13513.5
4) Nobody (Vol)3.3
98) Don't know8.8
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1003100.0
24) In your view, who should be primarily responsible for keeping inappropriate radio programming away from children: parents, government officials or broadcasters? (INAPPRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Parents77277
2) Government officials474.7
3) Broadcasters16616.6
4) Nobody (Vol)2.2
98) Don't know101
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1002100.0
25) In your view, who should be primarily responsible for keeping inappropriate movies shown in theaters away from children: parents, government officials, movie studios, or theater owners and operators? (INAPPMOV)
TOTAL%
1) Parents71271.1
2) Government officials282.8
3) Movie studios454.5
4) Theater owners and operators18918.9
5) The Motion Picture Association of America8.8
6) Nobody1.1
98) Don't know151.5
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1002100.0
26) Is your television set equipped with a V-chip? (TVCHIP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34734.7
2) No46846.8
3) Don't have TV (Vol)131.3
98) Don't know16916.9
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1001100.0
27) Are you currently using the V-chip to monitor or restrict certain programs from being viewed in your household? (RSTVCHIP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8223.6
2) No26576.1
98) Don't know1.3
Missing655 
TOTAL348100.0
28) Do you think there is currently too much government regulation of entertainment programming on television, too little government regulation of entertainment programming on television, or is the current amount of government regulation about right? (GVREGTV)
TOTAL%
1) Too much regulation15915.9
2) Too little regulation21421.4
3) About right amount of regulation57657.5
98) Don't know474.7
99) Refused6.6
TOTAL1002100.0
29) Do you think there is currently too much government regulation of entertainment programming on radio, too little government regulation of entertainment programming on radio, or is the current amount about right? (GVREGRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Too much regulation15815.8
2) Too little regulation18518.5
3) About right amount of regulation58958.8
98) Don't know666.6
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1001100.0
30) Overall, how would you rate the job that the American educational system does in teaching students about First Amendment freedoms? (FSTEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent707
2) Good21521.4
3) Fair32432.3
4) Poor34734.6
98) Don't know424.2
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1003100.0
31) Overall, do you think that students in public schools have too much religious freedom, too little religious freedom, or about the right amount of religious freedom while at school? (STURELFR)
TOTAL%
1) Too much religious freedom333.3
2) Too little religious freedom51651.5
3) About right amount of religious freedom40540.5
98) Don't know444.4
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1001100.0
32) Overall do you think students in public high schools have too much freedom to express themselves, too little freedom to express themselves, or is the freedom of public high school students to express themselves about right? (PBSCFREX)
TOTAL%
1) Too much freedom to express themselves14914.9
2) Too little freedom to express themselves29129.1
3) Right amount of freedom to express themselves50850.7
98) Don't know515.1
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1001100.0
33) Many public schools require teachers to lead students in recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, which includes the phrase "one nation under God," although students are generally permitted to opt out of reciting the pledge if they so choose. In your opinion does that school practice violate the constitutional principle of separation of church and state? (PBSCPLG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, it violates the constitutional principle25725.6
2) No, it does not70370.1
98) Don't know373.7
99) Refused6.6
TOTAL1003100.0
34) When you say or hear the Pledge of Allegiance, which include the phrase "one nation, under God," do you think of that phrase as primarily a religious statement, or as primarily a statement related to the American political tradition? (PLGMEAN)
TOTAL%
1) Primarily a religious statement19219.2
2) Primarily a statement related to the American political tradition70970.8
3) Both (Vol)555.5
4) Neither (Vol)262.6
98) Don't know181.8
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
35) Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: Government officials should be allowed to post the Ten Commandments inside government buildings. (TNCOMGOV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree50250
2) Mildly agree18318.2
3) Mildly disagree10310.3
4) Strongly disagree18618.5
98) Don't know252.5
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1003100.0
36) Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: Parents should have the option of sending their children to non-public schools, including those with a religious affiliation, using vouchers or credits provided by the government that would pay for some or all of the costs. (RLSCVCHR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree39639.5
2) Mildly agree21621.6
3) Mildly disagree10010
4) Strongly disagree25425.3
98) Don't know323.2
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1002100.0
37) Public school students should be allowed to wear a T-shirt with a message or picture that others may find offensive. (OFFCLTH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree12712.7
2) Mildly agree11511.5
3) Mildly disagree21121.1
4) Strongly disagree51451.3
98) Don't know282.8
99) Refused7.7
TOTAL1002100.0
38) Now, please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Newspapers should be allowed to freely criticize the US military about its strategy and performance. (PRSCRMIL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree32031.9
2) Mildly agree24024
3) Mildly disagree11611.6
4) Strongly disagree28828.7
98) Don't know323.2
99) Refused6.6
TOTAL1002100.0
39) Some people believe that the media has too much freedom to publish whatever it wants. Others believe there is too much government censorship. Which of these beliefs lies closest to your own? (PRSFREE)
TOTAL%
1) Too much media freedom48848.7
2) Too much government censorship33733.6
3) Neither (Vol)585.8
4) Both equally (Vol)767.6
98) Don't know393.9
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1003100.0
40) Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: As part of its war on terrorism, the government should be allowed to monitor certain religious groups even if that means infringing upon the religious freedom of those groups' members. (GOVMONRL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree30830.7
2) Mildly agree20420.4
3) Mildly disagree16616.6
4) Strongly disagree28728.6
98) Don't know323.2
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1002100.0
41) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the morning, afternoon and early evening hours those broadcast television programs that contain references to sexual activity. (AMSEXTV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44544.4
2) Mildly agree21121.1
3) Mildly disagree13313.3
4) Strongly disagree19719.7
98) Don't know141.4
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
42) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the late evening and overnight those broadcast television programs that contain references to sexual activity. (PMSEXTV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26726.6
2) Mildly agree22422.4
3) Mildly disagree19519.5
4) Strongly disagree30130
98) Don't know141.4
99) Refused1.1
TOTAL1002100.0
43) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the morning, afternoon and early evening hours those cable television programs that contain references to sexual activity. (AMSEXCBL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree31531.4
2) Mildly agree23823.7
3) Mildly disagree15415.4
4) Strongly disagree27127
98) Don't know222.2
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1003100.0
44) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the late evening and overnight those cable television programs that contain references to sexual activity. (PMSEXCBL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22822.8
2) Mildly agree21921.9
3) Mildly disagree19419.4
4) Strongly disagree34234.1
98) Don't know171.7
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
45) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the morning, afternoon and early evening hours those radio shows that contain references to sexual activity. (AMSEXRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree38338.2
2) Mildly agree24724.6
3) Mildly disagree13413.4
4) Strongly disagree22722.6
98) Don't know121.2
99) Refused00
TOTAL1003100.0
46) Government officials should have the power to regulate during the late evening and overnight hours those radio shows that contain references to sexual activity. (PMSEXRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25325.2
2) Mildly agree25225.1
3) Mildly disagree19419.3
4) Strongly disagree28828.7
98) Don't know161.6
99) Refused00
TOTAL1003100.0
47) Even though the US Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, government has placed some restrictions on it. Overall, do you think Americans have too much religious freedom, too little religious freedom, or is the amount of religious freedom about right? (RELFREE)
TOTAL%
1) Too much religious freedom676.7
2) Too little religious freedom26826.7
3) About the right amount63663.5
98) Don't know262.6
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1002100.0
48) Do you favor or oppose allowing the government to give money to religious institutions or churches to help them run drug-abuse prevention programs, even if the religious institutions would be allowed to include a religious message as part of their program? (GOVGVREL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree40140
2) Mildly agree26126
3) Mildly disagree11111.1
4) Strongly disagree19419.4
98) Don't know282.8
99) Refused7.7
TOTAL1002100.0
49) Some people feel that the US Constitution should be amended to make it illegal to burn or desecrate the American flag as a form of political dissent. Others say that the US Constitution should not be amended to specifically prohibit flag burning or desecration. Do you think the US Constitution should or should not be amended to prohibit burning or desecrating the American flag? [If R answers] "should not," "don't know" or "refused," go to FLGBRNHS. (FLAGBRN)
TOTAL%
1) Should not be amended52752.6
2) Should be amended44844.7
98) Don't know272.7
99) Refused00
TOTAL1002100.0
50) If an amendment prohibiting burning or desecrating the flag were approved, it would be the first time any of the freedoms in the First Amendment have been amended in over 200 years. Knowing this, would you still support an amendment to prohibit burning or desecrating the flag? Added text: [Ask if FLGBRN = 2.] (FLGBRNHS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36581.5
2) No7115.8
98) Don't know112.5
99) Refused1.2
Missing554 
TOTAL448100.0
51) Even though the US Constitution guarantees freedom of speech, government has placed some restrictions on it. Overall, do you think Americans have too much freedom to speak freely, too little freedom to speak freely, or is the amount of freedom to speak freely about right? (RSTFRSP)
TOTAL%
1) Too much freedom of speech11111.1
2) Too little freedom of speech27627.5
3) About the right amount60159.9
98) Don't know131.3
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1003100.0
52) Now, please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: People should be allowed to say things in public that might be offensive to religious groups. (OFFSPCH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree30029.9
2) Mildly agree24024
3) Mildly disagree13013
4) Strongly disagree30830.7
98) Don't know202
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1002100.0
53) Now, please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Musicians should be allowed to sing songs with lyrics that others might find offensive. (OFFSONG)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree34033.9
2) Mildly agree25225.1
3) Mildly disagree11911.9
4) Strongly disagree25725.6
98) Don't know313.1
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1002100.0
54) Now, please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: People should be allowed to say things in public that might be offensive to racial groups. (OFFRACSP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17117.1
2) Mildly agree17717.7
3) Mildly disagree14514.5
4) Strongly disagree49549.4
98) Don't know9.9
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1002100.0
55) Even though the US Constitution guarantees freedom of the press, government has placed some restrictions on it. Overall, do you think Americans have too much press freedom, too little press freedom, or is the amount of press freedom about right? (FREEPRS)
TOTAL%
1) Too much press freedom36035.9
2) Too little press freedom16516.5
3) Right amount of press freedom45645.5
98) Don't know191.9
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
56) Overall, do you think the press in America has too much freedom to do what it wants, too little freedom to do what it wants, or is the amount of freedom the press has about right? (RSTFRPRS)
TOTAL%
1) Too much freedom41541.4
2) Too little freedom12212.2
3) About right43743.6
98) Don't know262.6
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
57) Journalists should be allowed to keep a news source confidential. (FRPRSOUR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree42442.3
2) Mildly agree28328.2
3) Mildly disagree12512.5
4) Strongly disagree12012
98) Don't know464.6
99) Refused4.4
TOTAL1002100.0
58) Overall, the news media tries to report the news without bias. (PRSBIAS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14914.9
2) Mildly agree23723.7
3) Mildly disagree19319.3
4) Strongly disagree39439.3
98) Don't know272.7
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1002100.0
59) It is important for our democracy that the news media act as a watchdog on government. (PRSDOG)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49349.3
2) Mildly agree27627.6
3) Mildly disagree10510.5
4) Strongly disagree969.6
98) Don't know313.1
99) Refused00
TOTAL1001100.0
60) Have you heard or read anything about recent reports concerning the falsifying of facts in news stories and columns in some of the nation's newspapers? (NEWSFALS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52452.2
2) No45545.4
98) Don't know212.1
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1003100.0
61) In general, do you think these reports have decreased your level of trust in your local newspaper, increased your level of trust in your local newspaper, or has the level of trust you maintain in your local newspaper remained about the same? Added text: [Ask if NEWSFALS = 1.] (NEWSTRST)
TOTAL%
1) Decreased15830.1
2) Increased112.1
3) Remained about the same34665.9
98) Don't know91.7
99) Refused1.2
Missing478 
TOTAL525100.0
62) Please also tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: The falsifying or making up of stories in the American news media is a widespread problem. (WDSPRFAL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree34734.6
2) Mildly agree23723.6
3) Mildly disagree24324.2
4) Strongly disagree11911.9
98) Don't know555.5
99) Refused2.2
TOTAL1003100.0
63) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS1)
TOTAL%
1) Freedom of the press363.6
2) Freedom of speech51151
3) Freedom of religion242.4
5) Right of assembly/association111.1
80) Other (Specify)696.9
98) Don't Know34834.7
99) Refused3.3
TOTAL1002100.0
64) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS2)
TOTAL%
1) Freedom of the press7519.1
2) Freedom of speech5714.5
3) Freedom of religion10125.7
4) Right to petition51.3
5) Right of assembly/association4611.7
80) Other (Specify)9624.4
98) Don't Know123.1
99) Refused1.3
Missing608 
TOTAL393100.0
65) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS3)
TOTAL%
1) Freedom of the press2616.1
2) Freedom of speech95.6
3) Freedom of religion4024.8
4) Right to petition21.2
5) Right of assembly/association3119.3
80) Other (Specify)5031.1
98) Don't Know31.9
99) Refused00
Missing841 
TOTAL161100.0
66) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS4)
TOTAL%
1) Freedom of the press917.3
2) Freedom of speech23.8
3) Freedom of religion713.5
4) Right to petition35.8
5) Right of assembly/association917.3
80) Other (Specify)1936.5
98) Don't Know35.8
Missing949 
TOTAL52100.0
67) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS5)
TOTAL%
1) Freedom of the press321.4
2) Freedom of speech17.1
3) Freedom of religion214.3
4) Right to petition00
5) Right of assembly/association17.1
80) Other (Specify)750
98) Don't Know00
Missing986 
TOTAL14100.0
68) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (SPECRTS6)
TOTAL%
3) Freedom of religion125
80) Other (Specify)375
98) Don't Know00
99) Refused00
Missing998 
TOTAL4100.0
69) As you may know, the First Amendment is part of the U.S. Constitution. Can you name any of the specific rights that are guaranteed by the First Amendment? (OSPECRTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
70) The First Amendment became part of the U.S. Constitution more than 200 years ago. This is what it says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Based on your own feelings about the First Amendment, please tell me whether you agree or disagree with the following statement: The First Amendment goes too far in the rights it guarantees. (FSTOOFAR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree19119.1
2) Mildly agree11111.1
3) Mildly disagree21221.2
4) Strongly disagree44144
98) Don't know424.2
99) Refused5.5
TOTAL1002100.0
71) Respondent's sex (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male48448.3
2) Female51851.7
TOTAL1002100.0
72) Are you White, Black, Hispanic, Asian, or something else? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White77378.8
2) Black878.9
3) Hispanic505.1
4) Asian151.5
5) Other565.7
Missing21 
TOTAL981100.0
73) Are you Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or some other religion? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
0) No religious affiliation9510
1) Catholic21923.2
2) Protestant26828.3
3) Jewish171.8
4) Other34736.7
Missing57 
TOTAL946100.0
74) For classification purposes only, is the total yearly income of all the members of your family now living at home $40,000 or more, or would it be less than $40,000? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $40,00040142.7
2) $40,000 or more53957.3
Missing62 
TOTAL940100.0
75) What was the last grade of school you completed? Grade school or less, some high school, high school, some college, college grad, post graduate. (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school10610.7
2) High school graduate38038.2
3) Some college27327.4
4) College graduate13413.5
5) Post-graduate10210.3
Missing7 
TOTAL995100.0
76) In politics today, are you a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent or what? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat35537
2) Republican25626.7
3) Independent24225.2
4) No preference697.2
5) Other384
Missing42 
TOTAL960100.0