Question Verification For Religion and Public Life Survey, 2001

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All frequencies weighted by 13) WEIGHT
1) ID Number (RID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3013175126.7840726.21
2) Sex (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male143847.7
2) Female157552.3
TOTAL3013100.0
3) Age (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL301344.8617.47
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 Favor57619.1
2) Favor132544
3) Oppose65921.9
4) Strongly Oppose2438.1
9) Don't Know/Refused2107
TOTAL3013100.0
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 beliefs19419.7
2) Should not72173.2
9) Don't Know/Refused707.1
Missing2028 
TOTAL985100.0
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 beliefs23723.3
2) Should not70168.9
9) Don't know/Refused797.8
Missing1995 
TOTAL1017100.0
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 values25425.1
2) Should not62862.1
9) Don't know/Refused12912.8
Missing2003 
TOTAL1011100.0
8) Income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,0001525
2) $10,000 to under $20,0002598.6
3) $20,000 to under $30,00030610.2
4) $30,000 to under $40,00043614.5
5) $40,000 to under $50,00054418
6) $50,000 to under $75,00053017.6
7) $75,000 to under $100,0002528.4
8) $100,000 or more1143.8
9) Don't Know/Refused42114
TOTAL3014100.0
9) Region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast59619.8
2) Midwest70823.5
3) South106235.2
4) West64821.5
TOTAL3014100.0
10) Recoded age (RECAGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2437012.3
2) 25-3454518.1
3) 35-4465221.6
4) 45-5453417.7
5) 55-6434211.4
6) 65+46615.5
9) Refused1043.5
TOTAL3013100.0
11) Education (EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) LT HS44314.7
2) High school graduate110136.5
3) Some college70523.4
4) College degree or more74624.8
9) Refused18.6
TOTAL3013100.0
12) Race/Ethnicity (RACETHN)
TOTAL%
1) White219973
2) Black33111
3) Hispanic2829.4
4) Other1294.3
9) DK/Refused722.4
TOTAL3013100.0
13) Weight (WEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2.471.034
14) Race/Ethnicity (for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White219973
2) Black33111
3) Hispanic2829.4
4) Other1294.3
9) DK/Refused722.4
TOTAL3013100.0
15) Education (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) LT HS44314.7
2) High school graduate110136.5
3) Some college70523.4
4) College degree or more74624.8
9) Refused18.6
TOTAL3013100.0
16) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast59619.8
2) Midwest70823.5
3) South106235.2
4) West64821.5
TOTAL3014100.0
17) Sex (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male143847.7
2) Female157552.3
TOTAL3013100.0
18) Age (recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
0) 18-2437012.7
1) 25-3454518.7
2) 35-4465222.4
3) 45-5453418.4
4) 55+80827.8
Missing104 
TOTAL2909100.0
19) Income (recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
0) <20K41115.9
1) 20K-40K74228.6
2) 40K-50K54421
3) 50K-75K53020.4
4) >75K36614.1
Missing421 
TOTAL2593100.0