Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, TESS2095 Piazza, Terrorism Suspect Religious Identity and Support for Controversial Practices

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1135581.537337
2) Sample Weights (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL113511
3) Interview start time (TM_START)
4) Interview finish time (TM_FIN)
5) Interview duration in minutes (DURATION)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1135228.641449
6) XTESS095: Experimental Condition (XTESS095)
TOTAL%
1) 1 [Terror Suspects Unidentified, Group Unidentified]21218.7
2) 2 [Terror Suspects Identified as Muslim, Group Unidentified]24021.1
3) 3 [Terror Suspects Unidentified, Group Identified as Radical Muslim]23220.4
4) 4 [Terror Suspects Identified as non-Muslim, Group Unidentified]22619.9
5) 5 [Terror Suspects Unidentified, Group Identified as Right-Wing Extremist]22519.8
TOTAL1135100.0
7) XPARTY7: Political party, seven categories (XPARTY7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican17215.2
2) Not strong Republican14312.6
3) Leans Republican20317.9
4) Undecided/Independent/Other343.0
5) Leans Democrat22219.6
6) Not strong Democrat16514.5
7) Strong Democrat19617.3
TOTAL1135100.0
8) Ideology: In general, do you think of yourself as:? (XIDEO)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused50.4
1) Extremely liberal363.2
2) Liberal13812.2
3) Slightly liberal12310.8
4) Moderate, middle of the road39735.0
5) Slightly conservative14112.4
6) Conservative25722.6
7) Extremely conservative383.3
TOTAL1135100.0
9) Religion 1: What is your religion? (XREL1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused50.4
1) Baptist -- any denomination16514.5
2) Protestant (e.g. Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal)26123.0
3) Catholic25622.6
4) Mormon262.3
5) Jewish343.0
6) Muslim40.4
7) Hindu30.3
8) Buddhist121.1
9) Pentecostal322.8
10) Eastern Orthodox40.4
11) Other Christian12811.3
12) Other non-Christian252.2
13) None18015.9
TOTAL1135100.0
10) Religion 2: How often do you attend religious services? (XREL2)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week12312.9
2) Once a week24826.1
3) Once or twice a month9610.1
4) A few times a year19620.6
5) Once a year or less17017.9
6) Never11712.3
Missing185 
TOTAL950100.0
11) DOV: Randomized Order of Q1 (Q1_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 988.6
2) 1008.8
3) 12110.7
4) 11310.0
5) 1079.4
6) 12811.3
7) 1049.2
8) 12511.0
9) 11610.2
10) 12310.8
TOTAL1135100.0
12) DOV: Randomization Order of Q2 (Q2_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 11310.0
2) 1109.7
3) 13011.5
4) 1129.9
5) 1119.8
6) 12210.7
7) 1119.8
8) 998.7
9) 12210.7
10) 1059.3
TOTAL1135100.0
13) DOV: Randomization Order of Q3 (Q3_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 1109.7
2) 1129.9
3) 13011.5
4) 11810.4
5) 11410.0
6) 11310.0
7) 1018.9
8) 11810.4
9) 12511.0
10) 948.3
TOTAL1135100.0
14) DOV: Randomization Order of Q4 (Q4_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 12410.9
2) 907.9
3) 11610.2
4) 12611.1
5) 1079.4
6) 12611.1
7) 11410.0
8) 11810.4
9) 1079.4
10) 1079.4
TOTAL1135100.0
15) DOV: Randomization Order of Q5 (Q5_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 1069.3
2) 1119.8
3) 11310.0
4) 948.3
5) 11410.0
6) 1069.3
7) 13011.5
8) 11410.0
9) 1008.8
10) 14713.0
TOTAL1135100.0
16) DOV: Randomization Order of Q6 (Q6_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 12310.8
2) 12511.0
3) 857.5
4) 1099.6
5) 13011.5
6) 1079.4
7) 12511.0
8) 1089.5
9) 1069.3
10) 11710.3
TOTAL1135100.0
17) DOV: Randomization Order of Q7 (Q7_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 12511.0
2) 11710.3
3) 1089.5
4) 12110.7
5) 1069.3
6) 948.3
7) 11610.2
8) 12711.2
9) 12711.2
10) 948.3
TOTAL1135100.0
18) DOV: Randomization Order of Q8 (Q8_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 1079.4
2) 12811.3
3) 1099.6
4) 13211.6
5) 12110.7
6) 12310.8
7) 928.1
8) 998.7
9) 1129.9
10) 1129.9
TOTAL1135100.0
19) DOV: Randomization Order of Q9 (Q9_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 12611.1
2) 12110.7
3) 1039.1
4) 1089.5
5) 11910.5
6) 1049.2
7) 12110.7
8) 11810.4
9) 11410.0
10) 1018.9
TOTAL1135100.0
20) DOV: Randomization Order of Q10 (Q10_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 1039.1
2) 12110.7
3) 12010.6
4) 1029.0
5) 1069.3
6) 1129.9
7) 12110.7
8) 1099.6
9) 1069.3
10) 13511.9
TOTAL1135100.0
21) DOV: Randomization Order of Q11 (Q11_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 40035.2
2) 35331.1
3) 38233.7
TOTAL1135100.0
22) DOV: Randomization Order of Q12 (Q12_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 37332.9
2) 39634.9
3) 36632.2
TOTAL1135100.0
23) DOV: Randomization Order of Q13 (Q13_ORD)
TOTAL%
1) 36231.9
2) 38634.0
3) 38734.1
TOTAL1135100.0
24) [Applying electric shocks to the suspect.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused252.2
1) Strongly support958.4
2) Support14913.1
3) Neither support nor oppose26823.6
4) Oppose29826.3
5) Strongly oppose30026.4
TOTAL1135100.0
25) [Holding the suspect's head under water.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused322.8
1) Strongly support988.6
2) Support12310.8
3) Neither support nor oppose25622.6
4) Oppose29726.2
5) Strongly oppose32929.0
TOTAL1135100.0
26) [Making the suspect go naked.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused332.9
1) Strongly support998.7
2) Support13612.0
3) Neither support nor oppose29526.0
4) Oppose32128.3
5) Strongly oppose25122.1
TOTAL1135100.0
27) [Exposing the suspect to extreme heat or cold.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused332.9
1) Strongly support11610.2
2) Support20317.9
3) Neither support nor oppose30727.0
4) Oppose25922.8
5) Strongly oppose21719.1
TOTAL1135100.0
28) [Punching or kicking the suspect.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused282.5
1) Strongly support786.9
2) Support938.2
3) Neither support nor oppose29325.8
4) Oppose36732.3
5) Strongly oppose27624.3
TOTAL1135100.0
29) [Forcing the suspect to remain in a physically stressful position for long periods of time.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused282.5
1) Strongly support15413.6
2) Support27624.3
3) Neither support nor oppose29626.1
4) Oppose20117.7
5) Strongly oppose18015.9
TOTAL1135100.0
30) [Witholding food and water from the suspect.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused292.6
1) Strongly support12811.3
2) Support24021.1
3) Neither support nor oppose27624.3
4) Oppose26923.7
5) Strongly oppose19317.0
TOTAL1135100.0
31) [Bombarding the suspect with loud noise for long periods of time.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused282.5
1) Strongly support15213.4
2) Support29526.0
3) Neither support nor oppose31027.3
4) Oppose19116.8
5) Strongly oppose15914.0
TOTAL1135100.0
32) [Not allowing the suspect to sleep.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q9)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused272.4
1) Strongly support19717.4
2) Support33529.5
3) Neither support nor oppose28425.0
4) Oppose15513.7
5) Strongly oppose13712.1
TOTAL1135100.0
33) [Yelling at the suspect.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these items as a method of getting information from a suspect in the case described earlier (Q10)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused292.6
1) Strongly support27724.4
2) Support36031.7
3) Neither support nor oppose30927.2
4) Oppose988.6
5) Strongly oppose625.5
TOTAL1135100.0
34) [Not allowing the suspect to meet with a lawyer in their defense.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these situations for a suspect in the case described earlier (Q11)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused252.2
1) Strongly support1008.8
2) Support12210.7
3) Neither support nor oppose29526.0
4) Oppose35431.2
5) Strongly oppose23921.1
TOTAL1135100.0
35) [Holding the suspect indefinitely without accusing them of a crime.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these situations for a suspect in the case described earlier (Q12)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused272.4
1) Strongly support877.7
2) Support17415.3
3) Neither support nor oppose30226.6
4) Oppose32128.3
5) Strongly oppose22419.7
TOTAL1135100.0
36) [Trying the suspect before a military commission instead of a criminal.] Please tell us if you would support or oppose each of these situations for a suspect in the case described earlier. (Q13)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused282.5
1) Strongly support20718.2
2) Support29025.6
3) Neither support nor oppose36031.7
4) Oppose13011.5
5) Strongly oppose12010.6
TOTAL1135100.0
37) [I do not think that discrimination against other groups is a problem today.] Now please tell us whether you agree or disagree with the following statements. (Q14)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.4
1) Strongly agree585.1
2) Agree14913.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree25422.4
4) Disagree43438.2
5) Strongly disagree22419.7
TOTAL1135100.0
38) [I think that members of other groups are too demanding in their push for equal rights.] Now please tell us whether you agree or disagree with the following statements. (Q15)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused282.5
1) Strongly agree14713.0
2) Agree27424.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree37733.2
4) Disagree20918.4
5) Strongly disagree1008.8
TOTAL1135100.0
39) [Do you think it is more important for a child to have:] Now we would like to know more about your attitudes toward raising children. (Q16)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.4
1) Respect for elders94483.2
2) Independence17515.4
TOTAL1135100.0
40) [Do you think it is more important for a child to have:] Now we would like to know more about your attitudes toward raising children. (Q17)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused161.4
1) Curiosity34130.0
2) Good manners77868.5
TOTAL1135100.0
41) Age (PPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL113548.48917
42) Age: Seven Categories (PPAGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-241119.8
2) 25-3416414.4
3) 35-4419817.4
4) 45-5422119.5
5) 55-6423020.3
6) 65-7415313.5
7) 75+585.1
TOTAL1135100.0
43) Age: Four Categories (PPAGECT4)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2919617.3
2) 30-4427724.4
3) 45-5933929.9
4) 60+32328.5
TOTAL1135100.0
44) Education (highest degree received) (PPEDUC)
TOTAL%
2) 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade10.1
4) 7th or 8th grade171.5
5) 9th grade151.3
6) 10th grade161.4
7) 11th grade312.7
8) 12th grade, no diploma403.5
9) High school graduate, high school diploma or the equivalent (GED)32628.7
10) Some college, no degree22920.2
11) Associate degree887.8
12) Bachelor's degree23020.3
13) Master's degree1018.9
14) Professional or doctorate degree413.6
TOTAL1135100.0
45) Education (categorical) (PPEDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school12010.6
2) High school32628.7
3) Some college31727.9
4) Bachelor's degree or higher37232.8
TOTAL1135100.0
46) Race /ethnicity (PPETHM)
TOTAL%
1) White, non-Hispanic85675.4
2) Black, non-Hispanic897.8
3) Other, non-Hispanic484.2
4) Hispanic1119.8
5) Two-plus races, non-Hispanic312.7
TOTAL1135100.0
47) Gender (PPGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male58451.5
2) Female55148.5
TOTAL1135100.0
48) Household head (PPHHHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No20818.3
1) Yes92781.7
TOTAL1135100.0
49) Household size (PPHHSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 17915.8
2) 45239.8
3) 18416.2
4) 18115.9
5) 827.2
6) 332.9
7) 111.0
8) 50.4
9) 40.4
10) 10.1
11) 10.1
12) 10.1
15) 10.1
TOTAL1135100.0
50) Housing type (PPHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A one-family house detached from any other house80170.6
2) A one-family house attached to one or more houses867.6
3) A building with two or more apartments18416.2
4) A mobile home615.4
5) Boat, RV, van, etc.30.3
TOTAL1135100.0
51) Household income (PPINCIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000191.7
2) $5,000 to $7,499141.2
3) $7,500 to $9,999181.6
4) $10,000 to $12,499302.6
5) $12,500 to $14,999292.6
6) $15,000 to $19,999423.7
7) $20,000 to $24,999464.1
8) $25,000 to $29,999534.7
9) $30,000 to $34,999575.0
10) $35,000 to $39,999726.3
11) $40,000 to $49,999827.2
12) $50,000 to $59,9991059.3
13) $60,000 to $74,99911910.5
14) $75,000 to $84,999847.4
15) $85,000 to $99,999797.0
16) $100,000 to $124,99912110.7
17) $125,000 to $149,999706.2
18) $150,000 to $174,999413.6
19) $175,000 or more544.8
TOTAL1135100.0
52) Marital status (PPMARIT)
TOTAL%
1) Married65958.1
2) Widowed474.1
3) Divorced1059.3
4) Separated232.0
5) Never married20418.0
6) Living with partner978.5
TOTAL1135100.0
53) MSA Status (PPMSACAT)
TOTAL%
0) Non-Metro18416.2
1) Metro95183.8
TOTAL1135100.0
54) Region 4: based on state of residence (PPREG4)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast20918.4
2) Midwest26022.9
3) South41436.5
4) West25222.2
TOTAL1135100.0
55) Region 9: based on state of residence (PPREG9)
TOTAL%
1) New England534.7
2) Mid-Atlantic15613.7
3) East-North Central17115.1
4) West-North Central897.8
5) South Atlantic22419.7
6) East-South Central625.5
7) West-South Central12811.3
8) Mountain675.9
9) Pacific18516.3
TOTAL1135100.0
56) Ownership status of living quarters (PPRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Owned or being bought by you or someone in your household83873.8
2) Rented for cash26723.5
3) Occupied without payment of cash rent302.6
TOTAL1135100.0
57) State (PPSTATEN)
TOTAL%
11) ME20.2
12) NH70.6
14) MA282.5
15) RI10.1
16) CT151.3
21) NY675.9
22) NJ332.9
23) PA564.9
31) OH484.2
32) IN232.0
33) IL433.8
34) MI292.6
35) WI282.5
41) MN252.2
42) IA100.9
43) MO232.0
44) ND20.2
45) SD40.4
46) NE111.0
47) KS141.2
51) DE30.3
52) MD151.3
53) DC20.2
54) VA353.1
55) WV70.6
56) NC312.7
57) SC161.4
58) GA413.6
59) FL746.5
61) KY161.4
62) TN272.4
63) AL141.2
64) MS50.4
71) AR151.3
72) LA181.6
73) OK100.9
74) TX857.5
81) MT20.2
82) ID50.4
83) WY10.1
84) CO111.0
85) NM40.4
86) AZ272.4
87) UT90.8
88) NV80.7
91) WA393.4
92) OR221.9
93) CA11910.5
94) AK10.1
95) HI40.4
TOTAL1135100.0
58) Presence of Household Members: children 0-2 (PPT01)
TOTAL%
0) 107594.7
1) 534.7
2) 60.5
3) 10.1
TOTAL1135100.0
59) Presence of Household Members: children 2-5 (PPT25)
TOTAL%
0) 101889.7
1) 877.7
2) 272.4
3) 30.3
TOTAL1135100.0
60) Presence of Household Members: children 6-12 (PPT612)
TOTAL%
0) 96184.7
1) 11510.1
2) 494.3
3) 70.6
4) 30.3
TOTAL1135100.0
61) Presence of Household Members: children 13-17 (PPT1317)
TOTAL%
0) 95984.5
1) 13912.2
2) 332.9
3) 40.4
TOTAL1135100.0
62) Presence of Household Members: adults 18+ (PPT18OV)
TOTAL%
1) 21118.6
2) 66258.3
3) 15813.9
4) 726.3
5) 201.8
6) 60.5
7) 30.3
9) 10.1
11) 10.1
13) 10.1
TOTAL1135100.0
63) Current employment status (PPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Working, as a paid employee56049.3
2) Working, self-employed807.0
3) Not working, on temporary layoff from a job141.2
4) Not working, looking for work877.7
5) Not working, retired22820.1
6) Not working, disabled817.1
7) Not working, other857.5
TOTAL1135100.0
64) Household Internet access (PPNET)
TOTAL%
0) No24621.7
1) Yes88978.3
TOTAL1135100.0