Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, TESS101 Lee, Cultural Affinities, Regime Type, and Foreign Policy Opinion Formation

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Serial number (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1162620.856362
2) Interview start time (DT_START)
3) Interview finish time (DT_END)
4) Post-stratification weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL116211
5) Age (PPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL116247.19816
6) Age: Seven categories (PPAGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-24968.3
2) 25-3418015.5
3) 35-4423220.0
4) 45-5427523.7
5) 55-6422018.9
6) 65-74998.5
7) 75+605.2
TOTAL1162100.0
7) Age: Four categories (PPAGECT4)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2920417.6
2) 30-4430426.2
3) 45-5939734.2
4) 60+25722.1
TOTAL1162100.0
8) Education (Highest degree received) (PPEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No formal education10.1
3) 5th or 6th grade10.1
4) 7th or 8th grade171.5
5) 9th grade131.1
6) 10th grade232.0
7) 11th grade211.8
8) 12th grade, no diploma322.8
9) High school graduate, high school diploma or the equivalent (GED)34930.0
10) Some college, no degree25221.7
11) Associate degree988.4
12) Bachelor's degree21618.6
13) Master's degree1139.7
14) Professional or doctorate degree262.2
TOTAL1162100.0
9) Education (categorical) (PPEDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school1089.3
2) High school34930.0
3) Some college35030.1
4) Bachelor's degree or higher35530.6
TOTAL1162100.0
10) Race /ethnicity (PPETHM)
TOTAL%
1) White, non-Hispanic89076.6
2) Black, non-Hispanic1028.8
3) Other, non-Hispanic342.9
4) Hispanic877.5
5) Two-more races, non-Hispanic494.2
TOTAL1162100.0
11) Gender (PPGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male58049.9
2) Female58250.1
TOTAL1162100.0
12) Household Head (PPHHHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No20817.9
1) Yes95482.1
TOTAL1162100.0
13) Household Size (PPHHSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 29425.3
2) 41535.7
3) 17314.9
4) 17114.7
5) 746.4
6) 232.0
7) 40.3
8) 40.3
9) 40.3
TOTAL1162100.0
14) Housing Type (PPHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A one-family house detached from any other house83671.9
2) A one-family house attached to one or more houses867.4
3) A building with two or more apartments17615.1
4) A mobile home625.3
5) Boat, RV, van, etc.20.2
TOTAL1162100.0
15) Household Income (PPINCIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000141.2
2) $5,000 to $7,499252.2
3) $7,500 to $9,999151.3
4) $10,000 to $12,499342.9
5) $12,500 to $14,999282.4
6) $15,000 to $19,999373.2
7) $20,000 to $24,999675.8
8) $25,000 to $29,999635.4
9) $30,000 to $34,999695.9
10) $35,000 to $39,999756.5
11) $40,000 to $49,99912310.6
12) $50,000 to $59,9991149.8
13) $60,000 to $74,99913011.2
14) $75,000 to $84,999877.5
15) $85,000 to $99,999877.5
16) $100,000 to $124,999958.2
17) $125,000 to $149,999403.4
18) $150,000 to $174,999201.7
19) $175,000 or more393.4
TOTAL1162100.0
16) Marital Status (PPMARIT)
TOTAL%
1) Married60752.2
2) Widowed726.2
3) Divorced13111.3
4) Separated232.0
5) Never married25521.9
6) Living with partner746.4
TOTAL1162100.0
17) MSA Status (PPMSACAT)
TOTAL%
0) Non-Metro19316.6
1) Metro96983.4
TOTAL1162100.0
18) HH Internet Access (PPNET)
TOTAL%
0) No42836.8
1) Yes73463.2
TOTAL1162100.0
19) Region 4: based on state of residence (PPREG4)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast21918.8
2) Midwest29325.2
3) South41135.4
4) West23920.6
TOTAL1162100.0
20) Region 9: based on state of residence (PPREG9)
TOTAL%
1) New England564.8
2) Mid-Atlantic16314.0
3) East-North Central21318.3
4) West-North Central806.9
5) South Atlantic21318.3
6) East-South Central554.7
7) West-South Central14312.3
8) Mountain756.5
9) Pacific16414.1
TOTAL1162100.0
21) Ownership status of living quarters (PPRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household89376.9
2) Rented for cash24320.9
3) Occupied without payment of cash rent262.2
TOTAL1162100.0
22) State (PPSTATEN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL116253.5425
23) Presence of household members: children 0-2 (PPT01)
TOTAL%
0) 115199.1
1) 110.9
TOTAL1162100.0
24) Presence of household members: children 13-17 (PPT1317)
TOTAL%
0) 101987.7
1) 1159.9
2) 252.2
3) 20.2
4) 10.1
TOTAL1162100.0
25) Presence of household members: adults 18+ (PPT18OV)
TOTAL%
1) 31226.9
2) 59351.0
3) 15313.2
4) 827.1
5) 141.2
6) 40.3
7) 30.3
9) 10.1
TOTAL1162100.0
26) Presence of household members: children 2-5 (PPT25)
TOTAL%
0) 107692.6
1) 736.3
2) 121.0
3) 10.1
TOTAL1162100.0
27) Presence of household members: children 6-12 (PPT612)
TOTAL%
0) 100186.1
1) 988.4
2) 514.4
3) 121.0
TOTAL1162100.0
28) Current employment status (PPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Working, as a paid employee63955.0
2) Working, self-employed897.7
3) Not working, on temporary layoff from a job90.8
4) Not working, looking for work474.0
5) Not working, retired19516.8
6) Not working, disabled988.4
7) Not working, other857.3
TOTAL1162100.0
29) Party affiliation (XPARTY7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican16514.2
2) Not strong Republican13111.3
3) Leans Republican17915.4
4) Undecided/Independent/Other534.6
5) Leans Democrat25822.2
6) Not strong Democrat17014.6
7) Strong Democrat20617.7
TOTAL1162100.0
30) Political ideology (XIDEO)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely liberal262.2
2) Liberal13711.8
3) Slightly liberal12610.8
4) Moderate, middle of the road45439.1
5) Slightly conservative15413.3
6) Conservative21318.3
7) Extremely conservative353.0
9) Missing171.5
TOTAL1162100.0
31) DATA-ONLY: Scenario A or B shown first (SCENARIO)
TOTAL%
1) Scenario A58150.0
2) Scenario B58150.0
TOTAL1162100.0
32) DATA-ONLY: Scenario A (Democratic/Non-democratic) (DEMO1)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic58150.0
2) Non-democratic58150.0
TOTAL1162100.0
33) DATA-ONLY: Scenario B (Democratic/Non-democratic) (DEMO2)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic58150.0
2) Non-democratic58150.0
TOTAL1162100.0
34) DATA-ONLY: Scenario A (Christianity/Islam/Hinduism) (RELIG1)
TOTAL%
1) Christianity38633.2
2) Islam38833.4
3) Hinduism38833.4
TOTAL1162100.0
35) DATA-ONLY: Scenario B (Christianity/Islam/Hinduism) (RELIG2)
TOTAL%
1) Christianity38733.3
2) Islam38833.4
3) Hinduism38733.3
TOTAL1162100.0
36) DATA-ONLY: Q5-Q6-Q7 shown first (Q57_ORD1)
TOTAL%
1) Q536331.2
2) Q639734.2
3) Q740234.6
TOTAL1162100.0
37) DATA-ONLY: Q5-Q6-Q7 shown second (Q57_ORD2)
TOTAL%
1) Q537932.6
2) Q638132.8
3) Q740234.6
TOTAL1162100.0
38) DATA-ONLY: Q5-Q6-Q7 shown third (Q57_ORD3)
TOTAL%
1) Q542036.1
2) Q638433.0
3) Q735830.8
TOTAL1162100.0
39) Q1: [After Scenario A] Based on this description, how would you rate the potential threat that this country is helping terrorists who want to attack the United States? (Q1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused110.9
1) No threat877.5
2) Slight threat25021.5
3) Moderate threat47440.8
4) Very serious threat26122.5
5) Extremely serious threat796.8
TOTAL1162100.0
40) Q2: [After Scenario A] How much trust do you have in this country's leaders to make the maximum possible effort to counter this terrorist threat if ordered to do so by the international community? (Q2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused20.2
1) No trust26725.1
2) Slight trust35833.6
3) Moderate trust34332.2
4) Very high trust696.5
5) Extremely high trust252.3
Missing98 
TOTAL1064100.0
41) Q3: [After Scenario B] Based on this description, how would you rate the potential threat that this country is building a nuclear weapon to use against U.S. allies? (Q3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused80.7
1) No threat564.8
2) Slight threat21418.4
3) Moderate threat47240.6
4) Very serious threat31326.9
5) Extremely serious threat998.5
TOTAL1162100.0
42) Q4: [After Scenario B] How much trust do you have in this country's leaders to stop developing nuclear weapons if ordered to do so by the international community? (Q4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused30.3
1) No trust38234.8
2) Slight trust37634.2
3) Moderate trust27925.4
4) Very high trust504.6
5) Extremely high trust80.7
Missing64 
TOTAL1098100.0
43) [Note: Q5, Q6, and Q7 in random order] Q5: In general, do you think of yourself as:? (Q5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused151.3
1) Extremely liberal292.5
2) Liberal12610.8
3) Slightly liberal13711.8
4) Moderate, middle of the road45238.9
5) Slightly conservative14012.0
6) Conservative22119.0
7) Extremely conservative423.6
TOTAL1162100.0
44) [Note: Q5, Q6, and Q7 in random order] Q6: Do you tend to think force against terrorist threats in other countries is useful or making things worse? (Q6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused131.1
1) Force is extremely useful14612.6
2) Force is moderately useful16614.3
3) Force is slightly useful13511.6
4) Force does not make things better or worse14412.4
5) Force can make things slightly worse18716.1
6) Force can make things moderately worse18115.6
7) Force can make things extremely worse19016.4
TOTAL1162100.0
45) [Note: Q5, Q6, and Q7 in random order] Q7: How supportive would you be of his right to make this public speech? (Q7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused90.8
1) Not supportive at all23520.2
2) Slightly supportive16213.9
3) Somewhat supportive34129.3
4) Very supportive28224.3
5) Extremely supportive13311.4
TOTAL1162100.0