Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, TESS73 Djupe, The Political Impact of Message Attributes from Religious Elites

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Case Indentifier (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL948474.5274
2) Post-stratification weights: Gen. pop. cases (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL58311
3) Post-stratification weights: Protestant cases (WEIGHT2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL53711
4) DATA ONLY: Qualification flag (QFLAG)
TOTAL%
1) Qualified94499.6
2) Not Qualified40.4
TOTAL948100.0
5) Cases to include in final analyses (INCLUDE)
TOTAL%
0) Exclude (cases that refused more than one-third of all variables)40.4
1) Include (cases who answered two-thirds or more of all variables)94499.6
TOTAL948100.0
6) Data only: condition (CONDITIO)
TOTAL%
1) Condition 1: source absent, process absent23224.5
2) Condition 2: source absent, process present24125.4
3) Condition 3: source present, process absent23725.0
4) Condition 4: source present, process present23825.1
TOTAL948100.0
7) Q1: At this point, we would like your thoughts on this issue. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: The U.S. government needs to do more to address the issue of global warming (Q1)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused10.1
1) Strongly agree41143.4
2) Somewhat agree28930.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree15316.1
4) Somewhat disagree515.4
5) Strongly disagree434.5
TOTAL948100.0
8) Q2: How important is the issue of global warming for you personally? (Q2)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused30.3
1) Not at all important778.1
2) Slightly important21422.6
3) Fairly important26327.7
4) Very important25627.0
5) Extremely important13514.2
TOTAL948100.0
9) Q3: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? I consider myself an environmentalist. (Q3)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused40.4
1) Strongly agree12513.2
2) Somewhat agree33034.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree33735.5
4) Somewhat disagree929.7
5) Strongly disagree606.3
TOTAL948100.0
10) Q4: Switching subjects, what religious denomination or faith, if any, do you consider yourself? (Q4)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused30.3
1) Protestant53756.6
2) Catholic13314.0
3) Some other Christian11111.7
4) Jewish151.6
5) Muslim10.1
6) Other545.7
7) None, nothing, secular949.9
TOTAL948100.0
11) Q4A: What denomination is that? (Q4A)
TOTAL%
-2) Not asked41143.4
-1) Refused30.3
1) Baptist464.9
2) Lutheran919.6
3) Methodist13714.5
4) Presbyterian768.0
5) Reformed50.5
6) Christian Church131.4
7) United Church of Christ161.7
8) Episcopal424.4
10) Assemblies of God50.5
11) Disciples of Christ10.1
12) Pentecostal70.7
13) Holiness10.1
14) Brethren30.3
15) Friends20.2
16) Some other Protestant293.1
17) Just Protestant606.3
TOTAL948100.0
12) Q5: Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? I would describe myself as a ‘born again' or evangelical Christian. (Q5)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused90.9
1) Strongly agree19220.3
2) Somewhat agree889.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree19420.5
4) Somewhat disagree828.6
5) Strongly disagree38340.4
TOTAL948100.0
13) Q6: Lots of things come up that keep people from attending religious services even if they want to. Apart from occasional weddings, baptisms or funerals, do you go to religious services more than once a week, every week, almost every week, once or twice a month, a few times a year, or never? (Q6)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused60.6
1) More than once a week828.6
2) Every week18419.4
3) Almost every week9710.2
4) Once or twice a month677.1
5) A few times a year19220.3
6) Seldom to never32033.8
TOTAL948100.0
14) Q7: We'd like to get your feelings toward some groups who are in the news these days using something called a feeling thermometer. Your can choose any number between 0 and 100. The higher the number, the warmer or more favorable you feel toward that group; the lower the number, the colder or less favorable. You would rate a group at the 50 degree mark if you feel neither warm nor cold toward them. [INSERT picture of thermometer here with 0=Cold, 100=Warm] How would you rate evangelical Protestants? (Q7)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused20.2
5) 59610.1
10) 10333.5
15) 15283.0
20) 20293.1
25) 25444.6
30) 30272.8
35) 35232.4
40) 40252.6
45) 45323.4
50) 5031032.7
55) 55333.5
60) 60262.7
65) 65242.5
70) 70242.5
75) 75313.3
80) 80293.1
85) 85313.3
90) 90232.4
95) 95181.9
100) 100606.3
TOTAL948100.0
15) Q8: We'd like to get your feelings toward some groups who are in the news these days using something called a feeling thermometer. Your can choose any number between 0 and 100. The higher the number, the warmer or more favorable you feel towards that group; the lower the number, the colder or less favorable. You would rate a group at the 50 degree mark if you feel neither warm nor cold towards them. [INSERT picture of thermometer here with 0=Cold, 100=Warm] How would you rate environmentalists? (Q8)
TOTAL%
-1) Refused30.3
5) 5454.7
10) 10121.3
15) 15161.7
20) 20222.3
25) 25212.2
30) 30323.4
35) 35272.8
40) 40343.6
45) 45303.2
50) 5019220.3
55) 55384.0
60) 60565.9
65) 65545.7
70) 70626.5
75) 75606.3
80) 80586.1
85) 85444.6
90) 90495.2
95) 95333.5
100) 100606.3
TOTAL948100.0
16) DATA-ONLY: Combined data PARTY3. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a:? (PARTY3)
TOTAL%
1) Republican44647.0
2) Other495.2
3) Democrat45347.8
TOTAL948100.0
17) DATA-ONLY: Combined data PARTY7 (PARTY7)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican18419.4
2) Not strong Republican12913.6
3) Leans Republican13314.0
4) Undecided/Independent/Other495.2
5) Leans Democrat14915.7
6) Not strong Democrat11912.6
7) Strong Democrat18519.5
TOTAL948100.0
18) Political ideology (IDEOLOGY)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely liberal192.0
2) Liberal13314.0
3) Slightly liberal848.9
4) Moderate, middle of the road32534.3
5) Slightly conservative15316.1
6) Conservative20221.3
7) Extremely conservative262.7
9) Missing data60.6
TOTAL948100.0
19) Age (PPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL94851.8117
20) Age group (AGEGROUP)
TOTAL%
2) 18-24606.3
3) 25-3412012.7
4) 35-4415616.5
5) 45-5418519.5
6) 55-6418219.2
7) 65-7413914.7
8) 75 and over10611.2
TOTAL948100.0
21) Dual income household (PPDAULIN)
TOTAL%
0) No43746.1
1) Yes51153.9
TOTAL948100.0
22) Education (highest degree received) (PPEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school272.8
2) Some high school, no diploma879.2
3) Graduated from high school, diploma or equivalent (GED)30932.6
4) Some college, no degree17118.0
5) Associate degree (AA, AS)707.4
6) Bachelor's degree16617.5
7) Master's degree949.9
8) Professional degree (MD, DDS, LLB, JD)131.4
9) Doctorate degree111.2
TOTAL948100.0
23) Education (categorical) (PPEDUCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Less than high school11412.0
2) High school30932.6
3) Some college24125.4
4) Bachelor's degree or higher28430.0
TOTAL948100.0
24) Race/ethnicity (PPETHM)
TOTAL%
1) White, non-Hispanic75779.9
2) Black, non-Hispanic697.3
3) Other, non-Hispanic232.4
4) Hispanic808.4
5) Two-plus races, non-Hispanic192.0
TOTAL948100.0
25) Gender (PPGENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male44947.4
2) Female49952.6
TOTAL948100.0
26) Household head (PPHHHEAD)
TOTAL%
0) No16217.1
1) Yes78682.9
TOTAL948100.0
27) Household size (PPHHSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 20121.2
2) 38941.0
3) 15816.7
4) 12613.3
5) 495.2
6) 181.9
7) 40.4
8) 20.2
9) 10.1
TOTAL948100.0
28) Housing type (PPHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) A single-family house detached64467.9
2) A single-family house attached576.0
3) An apartment12913.6
4) A condominium or co-op424.4
5) College dormitory10.1
6) A manufactured or mobile home636.6
7) Other121.3
TOTAL948100.0
29) Household income (PPINCIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $5,000192.0
2) $5,000 to $7,499272.8
3) $7,500 to $9,999151.6
4) $10,000 to $12,499262.7
5) $12,500 to $14,999252.6
6) $15,000 to $19,999475.0
7) $20,000 to $24,999616.4
8) $25,000 to $29,999616.4
9) $30,000 to $34,999636.6
10) $35,000 to $39,999768.0
11) $40,000 to $49,99911011.6
12) $50,000 to $59,99910210.8
13) $60,000 to $74,99910110.7
14) $75,000 to $84,999565.9
15) $85,000 to $99,999485.1
16) $100,000 to $124,999555.8
17) $125,000 to $149,999262.7
18) $150,000 to $174,999121.3
19) $175,000 or more181.9
TOTAL948100.0
30) Marital status (PPMARIT)
TOTAL%
1) Married55959.0
2) Single (never married)19720.8
3) Divorced11211.8
4) Widowed697.3
5) Separated111.2
TOTAL948100.0
31) MSA status (PPMSACAT)
TOTAL%
0) Non-Metro16517.4
1) Metro78382.6
TOTAL948100.0
32) Household with Internet access (PPNET)
TOTAL%
0) No34536.4
1) Yes60363.6
TOTAL948100.0
33) Region 4: based on state of residence (PPREG4)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast20321.4
2) Midwest19820.9
3) South32434.2
4) West22323.5
TOTAL948100.0
34) Ownership status of living quarters (PPRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Own68472.2
2) Rent20321.4
3) Do not pay for housing616.4
TOTAL948100.0
35) State (PPSTATEN)
TOTAL%
11) ME60.6
12) NH70.7
13) VT40.4
14) MA313.3
15) RI30.3
16) CT131.4
21) NY545.7
22) NJ232.4
23) PA626.5
31) OH353.7
32) IN181.9
33) IL222.3
34) MI333.5
35) WI232.4
41) MN141.5
42) IA121.3
43) MO222.3
44) ND30.3
45) SD30.3
46) NE50.5
47) KS80.8
51) DE30.3
52) MD222.3
53) DC10.1
54) VA181.9
55) WV111.2
56) NC293.1
57) SC90.9
58) GA242.5
59) FL596.2
61) KY131.4
62) TN222.3
63) AL111.2
64) MS60.6
71) AR151.6
72) LA80.8
73) OK151.6
74) TX586.1
81) MT50.5
82) ID80.8
83) WY30.3
84) CO151.6
85) NM10.1
86) AZ262.7
88) NV101.1
91) WA353.7
92) OR141.5
93) CA10110.7
94) AK30.3
95) HI20.2
TOTAL948100.0
36) Presence of household members: children under 2 (PPT01)
TOTAL%
0) 92998.0
1) 171.8
2) 20.2
TOTAL948100.0
37) Presence of household members: children 13-17 (PPT1317)
TOTAL%
0) 85189.8
1) 707.4
2) 252.6
3) 20.2
TOTAL948100.0
38) Presence of household members: adults 18+ (PPT18OV)
TOTAL%
1) 22023.2
2) 53055.9
3) 13213.9
4) 495.2
5) 121.3
6) 30.3
7) 10.1
8) 10.1
TOTAL948100.0
39) Presence of household members: children 2-5 (PPT25)
TOTAL%
0) 87292.0
1) 576.0
2) 161.7
3) 30.3
TOTAL948100.0
40) Presence of household members: children 6-12 (PPT612)
TOTAL%
0) 83688.2
1) 778.1
2) 313.3
3) 20.2
4) 20.2
TOTAL948100.0
41) Current employment status (PPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) I work as a paid employee41744.0
2) I am self-employed565.9
3) I am an owner/partner in small business, professional practice, farm161.7
4) I work at least 15 hours per week without pay in family business/farm10.1
5) I am unemployed, temporarily laid off, but looking for work323.4
6) I am retired23324.6
7) I am disabled667.0
8) I am a homemaker899.4
9) Other384.0
TOTAL948100.0
42) Date interview started (DT_START)
TOTAL%
20060526) 34936.8
20060527) 25326.7
20060528) 11412.0
20060529) 14315.1
20060530) 869.1
20060531) 30.3
TOTAL948100.0
43) Time interview started (TM_START)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL948129453.51453696
44) Date interview ended (DT_END)
TOTAL%
20060526) 33735.5
20060527) 25526.9
20060528) 11412.0
20060529) 14915.7
20060530) 909.5
20060531) 30.3
TOTAL948100.0
45) Time interview ended (TM_END)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL948130205.91953759
46) Survey length in minutes (INT_DUR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL94859.377476
47) Survey length in categories (CAT_DUR)
TOTAL%
1) Less than five minutes28430.0
2) 5 to 9:5954257.2
3) 10 to 14:59727.6
4) 15 to 19:59171.8
5) 20 to 24:5960.6
6) 25 to 29:5920.2
7) 30 to 34:5910.1
8) 35 to 39:5920.2
9) 40 to 44:5910.1
11) 50 to 54:5910.1
16) 75 to 79:5910.1
21) More than 100 minutes192.0
TOTAL948100.0
48) Interview type (RESUME)
TOTAL%
0) Not a resumed interview (duration less than 100 minutes)92998.0
1) Resumed interview (duration 100 minutes or more)192.0
TOTAL948100.0