Question Verification For Religion and Public Life Survey, 2001

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Percentages are weighted by 13) WEIGHT; Total Ns reported are unweighted
1) ID Number (RID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1219175126.6940726.32
2) Sex (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male 47.7
2) Female 52.3
TOTAL1220100.0
3) Age (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL117344.8617.47
4) ASK ALL: Please tell me whether you strongly favor, favor, oppose, or strongly oppose allowing churches and other houses of worship to apply, along with other organizations, for government funding to provide social services such as job training or drug treatment counseling to people who need them. (Q1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly favor 19.1
2) Favor 44
3) Oppose 21.9
4) Strongly oppose 8.1
9) Don't Know/Refused 7
TOTAL1220100.0
5) ASK DAY 1 ONLY: If religious organizations do use government funds to provide social services, do you think these organizations should be allowed to ONLY hire people who share their religious beliefs, or should they not be allowed to do this? (Q2)
TOTAL%
1) Should share religious beliefs 19.7
2) Should not 73.2
9) Don't Know/Refused 7.1
Missing815 
TOTAL405100.0
6) ASK DAY 2 ONLY: If religious organizations do use government funds to provide social services, do you think these organizations should be allowed to hire people on the basis of their religious beliefs, or should they not be allowed to do this? (Q3)
TOTAL%
1) Should on the basis of religious beliefs 23.3
2) Should not 68.9
9) Don't know/Refused 7.8
Missing802 
TOTAL418100.0
7) ASK DAY 3 ONLY: If religious organizations do use government fund to provide social services, do you think these organizations should be allowed to ONLY hire people who share their moral values, or should they not be allowed to do this? (Q4)
TOTAL%
1) Should/share moral values 25.1
2) Should not 62.1
9) Don't know/Refused 12.8
Missing823 
TOTAL397100.0
8) Income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,000 5
2) $10,000 to under $20,000 8.6
3) $20,000 to under $30,000 10.2
4) $30,000 to under $40,000 14.5
5) $40,000 to under $50,000 18
6) $50,000 to under $75,000 17.6
7) $75,000 to under $100,000 8.4
8) $100,000 or more 3.8
9) Don't Know/Refused 14
TOTAL1220100.0
9) Region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast 19.8
2) Midwest 23.5
3) South 35.2
4) West 21.5
TOTAL1220100.0
10) Recoded age (RECAGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-24 12.3
2) 25-34 18.1
3) 35-44 21.6
4) 45-54 17.7
5) 55-64 11.4
6) 65+ 15.5
9) Refused 3.5
TOTAL1220100.0
11) Education (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) LT HS 14.7
2) High school graduate 36.5
3) Some college 23.4
4) College degree or more 24.8
9) Refused .6
TOTAL1220100.0
12) Race/Ethnicity (RACETHN)
TOTAL%
1) White 73
2) Black 11
3) Hispanic 9.4
4) Other 4.3
9) DK/Refused 2.4
TOTAL1220100.0
13) Weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12202.471.034
14) Race/Ethnicity (for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White 74.8
2) Black 11.3
3) Other 14
Missing30 
TOTAL1190100.0
15) Education (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) LT HS 14.8
2) High school graduate 36.8
3) Some college 23.5
4) College degree or more 24.9
Missing8 
TOTAL1212100.0
16) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast 19.8
2) Midwest 23.5
3) South 35.2
4) West 21.5
TOTAL1220100.0
17) Sex (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male 47.7
2) Female 52.3
TOTAL1220100.0
18) Age (recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
0) 18-24 12.7
1) 25-34 18.7
2) 35-44 22.4
3) 45-54 18.4
4) 55+ 27.8
Missing47 
TOTAL1173100.0
19) Income (recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 20K 15.9
1) 20K-40K 28.6
2) 40K-50K 21
3) 50K-75K 20.4
4) More than 75K 14.1
Missing171 
TOTAL1049100.0