Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, TESS2042 Creighton, Perceptions of Islam, Migration, and Citizenship in the United States

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL32901662.224962
2) Poststratification Weights: Total Qualified Respondents (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329011
3) Interview start time (TM_START)
4) Interview finish time (TM_FIN)
5) Interview duration in minutes (DURATION)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3290112.139884
6) Experimental groups (XTESS042)
TOTAL%
1) Control group81324.7
2) Treatment 183225.3
3) Treatment 280524.5
4) Treatment 384025.5
TOTAL3290100.0
7) Political party (seven categories) (XPARTY7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican45313.8
2) Not Strong Republican33810.3
3) Leans Republican62218.9
4) Undecided/Independent/Other1123.4
5) Leans Democrat64619.6
6) Not Strong Democrat48814.8
7) Strong Democrat63119.2
TOTAL3290100.0
8) In general, do you think of yourself as:? (XIDEO)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused230.7
1) Extremely liberal1043.2
2) Liberal45113.7
3) Slightly liberal3139.5
4) Moderate, middle of the road118035.9
5) Slightly conservative42212.8
6) Conservative65920.0
7) Extremely conservative1384.2
TOTAL3290100.0
9) What is your religion? (XREL1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused100.3
1) Baptist -- any denomination53216.2
2) Protestant (e.g. Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal)70321.4
3) Catholic80624.5
4) Mormon561.7
5) Jewish742.2
6) Muslim140.4
7) Hindu110.3
8) Buddhist280.9
9) Pentecostal1053.2
10) Eastern Orthodox100.3
11) Other Christian36911.2
12) Other non-Christian, please specify:792.4
13) None49315.0
TOTAL3290100.0
10) How often do you attend religious services? (XREL2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused220.8
1) More than once a week38013.6
2) Once a week75827.1
3) Once or twice a month2358.4
4) A few times a year56820.3
5) Once a year or less48617.4
6) Never34812.4
Missing493 
TOTAL2797100.0
11) Order in which [the federal government increasing assistance to the poor] is shown (DQ1C_1)
TOTAL%
1) 26032.0
2) 28935.5
3) 26432.5
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
12) Order in which [professional athletes making millions of dollars per year] is shown (DQ1C_2)
TOTAL%
1) 29636.4
2) 24430.0
3) 27333.6
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
13) Order in which [large corporations polluting the environment] is shown (DQ1C_3)
TOTAL%
1) 25731.6
2) 28034.4
3) 27633.9
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
14) Order in which [the federal government increasing assistance to the poor] is shown (DQ1T1_1)
TOTAL%
1) 19823.8
2) 21525.8
3) 20925.1
4) 21025.2
Missing2458 
TOTAL832100.0
15) Order in which [professional athletes making millions of dollars per year] is shown (DQ1T1_2)
TOTAL%
1) 20424.5
2) 21425.7
3) 21425.7
4) 20024.0
Missing2458 
TOTAL832100.0
16) Order in which [large corporations polluting the environment] is shown (DQ1T1_3)
TOTAL%
1) 20524.6
2) 20724.9
3) 21225.5
4) 20825.0
Missing2458 
TOTAL832100.0
17) Order in which [granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Muslim] is shown (DQ1T1_4)
TOTAL%
1) 22527.0
2) 19623.6
3) 19723.7
4) 21425.7
Missing2458 
TOTAL832100.0
18) Order in which [the federal government increasing assistance to the poor] is shown (DQ1T2_1)
TOTAL%
1) 21326.5
2) 21126.2
3) 17922.2
4) 20225.1
Missing2485 
TOTAL805100.0
19) Order in which [professional athletes making millions of dollars per year] is shown (DQ1T2_2)
TOTAL%
1) 18422.9
2) 21326.5
3) 21626.8
4) 19223.9
Missing2485 
TOTAL805100.0
20) Order in which [large corporations polluting the environment] is shown (DQ1T2_3)
TOTAL%
1) 19223.9
2) 19324.0
3) 20425.3
4) 21626.8
Missing2485 
TOTAL805100.0
21) Order in which [granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Christian] is shown (DQ1T2_4)
TOTAL%
1) 21626.8
2) 18823.4
3) 20625.6
4) 19524.2
Missing2485 
TOTAL805100.0
22) Order in which [the federal government increasing assistance to the poor] is shown (DQ1T3_1)
TOTAL%
1) 20224.0
2) 22526.8
3) 21225.2
4) 20123.9
Missing2450 
TOTAL840100.0
23) Order in which [professional athletes making millions of dollars per year] is shown (DQ1T3_2)
TOTAL%
1) 22226.4
2) 20924.9
3) 19323.0
4) 21625.7
Missing2450 
TOTAL840100.0
24) Order in which [large corporations polluting the environment] is shown (DQ1T3_3)
TOTAL%
1) 20424.3
2) 20524.4
3) 22526.8
4) 20624.5
Missing2450 
TOTAL840100.0
25) Order in which [cutting off all immigration to the United States] is shown (DQ1T3_4)
TOTAL%
1) 21225.2
2) 20123.9
3) 21025.0
4) 21725.8
Missing2450 
TOTAL840100.0
26) Q2C -- Q4C shown. First (DOVQ24_1)
TOTAL%
1) Q2c29436.2
2) Q3c25531.4
3) Q4c26432.5
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
27) Q2C -- Q4C shown. Second (DOVQ24_2)
TOTAL%
1) Q2c26332.3
2) Q3c27433.7
3) Q4c27633.9
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
28) Q2C -- Q4C shown. Third (DOVQ24_3)
TOTAL%
1) Q2c25631.5
2) Q3c28434.9
3) Q4c27333.6
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
29) Below you will read three things that sometimes people oppose or are against. After you read all three, just tell us how many of them you oppose. We don't want to know which ones, just how many: The federal government increasing assistance to the poor; Professional athletes making millions of dollars per year; Large corporations polluting the environment. [Control group] (Q1C_1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused141.7
0) 0232.8
1) 119223.6
2) 242352.0
3) 316119.8
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
30) Do you support or oppose granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Muslim? (Q2C)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused81.0
1) Strongly support13716.9
2) Somewhat support14718.1
3) Neither support nor oppose30036.9
4) Somewhat oppose10813.3
5) Strongly oppose11313.9
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
31) Do you support or oppose granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Christian? (Q3C)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused70.9
1) Strongly support26232.2
2) Somewhat support17121.0
3) Neither support nor oppose28735.3
4) Somewhat oppose394.8
5) Strongly oppose475.8
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
32) Do you support or oppose cutting off all immigration to the United States? (Q4C)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused81.0
1) Strongly support12415.3
2) Somewhat support17621.6
3) Neither support nor oppose16219.9
4) Somewhat oppose17321.3
5) Strongly oppose17020.9
Missing2477 
TOTAL813100.0
33) Below you will read four things that sometimes people oppose or are against. After you read all four, just tell us how many of them you oppose. We don't want to know which ones, just how many. The federal government increasing assistance to the poor; Professional athletes making millions of dollars per year; Large corporations polluting the environment; Granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Muslim. [Treatment Group #1] (Q1T1_1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused253.0
0) 0222.6
1) 119523.4
2) 233640.4
3) 317020.4
4) 48410.1
Missing2458 
TOTAL832100.0
34) Below you will read four things that sometimes people oppose or are against. After you read all four, just tell us how many of them you oppose. We don't want to know which ones, just how many. The federal government increasing assistance to the poor; Professional athletes making millions of dollars per year; Large corporations polluting the environment; Granting citizenship to a legal immigrant who is Christian. [Treatment Group #2] (Q1T2_1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused283.5
0) 0324.0
1) 115819.6
2) 233041.0
3) 318322.7
4) 4749.2
Missing2485 
TOTAL805100.0
35) Below you will read four things that sometimes people oppose or are against. After you read all four, just tell us how many of them you oppose. We don't want to know which ones, just how many. The federal government increasing assistance to the poor; Professional athletes making millions of dollars per year; Large corporations polluting the environment; Cutting off all immigration to the United States. [Treatment Group #3 (Order randomized)] (Q1T3_1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused242.9
0) 0323.8
1) 112314.6
2) 235442.1
3) 324128.7
4) 4667.9
Missing2450 
TOTAL840100.0
36) Age (PPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329049.77816
37) Age: Seven categories (PPAGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-242557.8
2) 25-3441112.5
3) 35-4455216.8
4) 45-5468820.9
5) 55-6474322.6
6) 65-7444113.4
7) 75+2006.1
TOTAL3290100.0
38) Age: Four categories (PPAGECT4)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2948414.7
2) 30-4473422.3
3) 45-59110033.4
4) 60+97229.5
TOTAL3290100.0
39) Education (highest degree received) (PPEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No formal education70.2
2) First, second, third, or fourth grade50.2
3) Fifth or sixth grade50.2
4) Seventh or eighth grade481.5
5) Nine grade521.6
6) 10th grade842.6
7) 11th grade1013.1
8) 12th grade, no diploma1293.9
9) High school graduate, high school diploma or the equivalent (GED)101430.8
10) Some college, no degree67120.4
11) Associate degree2557.8
12) Bachelor's degree54616.6
13) Master's degree2758.4
14) Professional or doctorate degree983.0
TOTAL3290100.0
40) Education (categorical) (PPEDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school43113.1
2) High school101430.8
3) Some college92628.1
4) Bachelor's degree or higher91927.9
TOTAL3290100.0
41) Race /ethnicity (PPETHM)
TOTAL%
1) White, non-Hispanic238672.5
2) Black, non-Hispanic2938.9
3) Other, non-Hispanic1524.6
4) Hispanic35910.9
5) Two-plus races, non-Hispanic1003.0
TOTAL3290100.0
42) Gender (PPGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male153546.7
2) Female175553.3
TOTAL3290100.0
43) Household head (PPHHHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No57317.4
1) Yes271782.6
TOTAL3290100.0
44) Household size (PPHHSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 67120.4
2) 121336.9
3) 54116.4
4) 50415.3
5) 2176.6
6) 822.5
7) 310.9
8) 160.5
9) 60.2
10) 60.2
12) 10.0
13) 20.1
TOTAL3290100.0
45) Housing type (PPHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A one-family house detached from any other house236371.8
2) A one-family house attached to one or more houses2327.1
3) A building with two or more apartments51815.7
4) A mobile home1695.1
5) Boat, RV, van, etc.80.2
TOTAL3290100.0
46) Household income (PPINCIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000772.3
2) $5,000 to $7,499541.6
3) $7,500 to $9,999762.3
4) $10,000 to $12,499983.0
5) $12,500 to $14,999842.6
6) $15,000 to $19,9991454.4
7) $20,000 to $24,9992016.1
8) $25,000 to $29,9991695.1
9) $30,000 to $34,9991574.8
10) $35,000 to $39,9992317.0
11) $40,000 to $49,9992928.9
12) $50,000 to $59,9992818.5
13) $60,000 to $74,99937011.2
14) $75,000 to $84,9992317.0
15) $85,000 to $99,9992387.2
16) $100,000 to $124,9992577.8
17) $125,000 to $149,9991334.0
18) $150,000 to $174,999822.5
19) $175,000 or more1143.5
TOTAL3290100.0
47) Marital status (PPMARIT)
TOTAL%
1) Married178154.1
2) Widowed1966.0
3) Divorced39912.1
4) Separated652.0
5) Never married65019.8
6) Living with partner1996.0
TOTAL3290100.0
48) MSA status (PPMSACAT)
TOTAL%
0) Non-Metro57317.4
1) Metro271782.6
TOTAL3290100.0
49) Region 4: based on state of residence (PPREG4)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast63519.3
2) Midwest77023.4
3) South115935.2
4) West72622.1
TOTAL3290100.0
50) Region 9: based on state of residence (PPREG9)
TOTAL%
1) New England1665.0
2) Mid-Atlantic46914.3
3) East-North Central52015.8
4) West-North Central2507.6
5) South Atlantic60218.3
6) East-South Central2016.1
7) West-South Central35610.8
8) Mountain2517.6
9) Pacific47514.4
TOTAL3290100.0
51) Ownership status of living quarters (PPRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household249575.8
2) Rented for cash72922.2
3) Occupied without payment of cash rent662.0
TOTAL3290100.0
52) State (PPSTATEN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL329054.24125
53) Presence of household members: children 0-2 (PPT01)
TOTAL%
0) 319197.0
1) 942.9
2) 50.2
TOTAL3290100.0
54) Presence of household members: children 13-17 (PPT1317)
TOTAL%
0) 282986.0
1) 34810.6
2) 962.9
3) 170.5
TOTAL3290100.0
55) Presence of household members: adults 18+ (PPT18OV)
TOTAL%
1) 75823.0
2) 180955.0
3) 47314.4
4) 1825.5
5) 471.4
6) 120.4
7) 50.2
8) 30.1
10) 10.0
TOTAL3290100.0
56) Presence of household members: children 2-5 (PPT25)
TOTAL%
0) 294389.5
1) 2587.8
2) 812.5
3) 80.2
TOTAL3290100.0
57) Presence of household members: children 6-12 (PPT612)
TOTAL%
0) 275883.8
1) 33610.2
2) 1604.9
3) 300.9
4) 40.1
5) 20.1
TOTAL3290100.0
58) Current employment status (PPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Working, as a paid employee152546.4
2) Working, self-employed2347.1
3) Not working, on temporary layoff from a job591.8
4) Not working, looking for work2758.4
5) Not working, retired60818.5
6) Not working, disabled3179.6
7) Not working, other2728.3
TOTAL3290100.0
59) Household Internet access (PPNET)
TOTAL%
0) No96829.4
1) Yes232270.6
TOTAL3290100.0