This file of respondents in South Korea is part of a multi-country survey. The survey was commissioned by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life to investigate the religious, political, and civic views of renewalists (i.e., Pentecostals and Charismatics) around the world. An aggregate file of all ten nations of this multi-country survey is available at the ARDA. The project includes surveys in ten countries with sizeable renewalist populations: the United States; Brazil, Chile and Guatemala in Latin America; Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa in Africa; and India, the Philippines and South Korea in Asia. In each country, surveys were conducted among a random sample of the general public, with an oversample of renewalists, to yield sufficient sample sizes for analysis. Surveys in South Korea were conducted by the research firm Gallup Korea, under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International. The codebook reflects the results of the general public sample.
- Data File
- Cases: 1,000
Weight Variable: GPWGT and PENTWGT
- Weight notes: GPWGT is the weight variable for analyzing general public samples in South Korea. PENTWGT is the weight variable for analyzing renewalists in South Korea.
- Data Collection
- Date Collected: May 8 – May 26, 2006
- Funded By
- Produced by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life with support from The Pew Charitable Trusts and The John Templeton Foundation.
- Sampling Procedures
- Face-to-face interviews were conducted under the direction of Princeton Survey Research Associates International.
Survey firm: Gallup Korea
Sample design: National probability sample of urban cities
Mode: Face-to-face with adults 18+
Sample size: General public – 600; Pentecostals – 131 (13 from the general public sample and 118 from the oversample of renewalists); Charismatics – 333 (51 from the general public sample and 282 from the oversample of renewalists)
Margin of error: General public 4%, Pentecostals 9%, Charismatics 5%
- Principal Investigators
- Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life
- Related Publications
- The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life Report: Spirit and Power: A 10-Country Survey of Pentecostals, October 2007 http://www.pewforum.org/files/2006/10/pentecostals-08.pdf
Complete summary information is available at the website:
Methodology information is available at the website:
- Notes on Analysis and Weighting for All Ten Countries in the Pentecostals Survey
- (All text below provided by Pew Forum on Religion and Pubic Life.)
Since this dataset combines results from surveys conducted among the public at large in each country with results from surveys conducted among oversamples of renewalists in each country, users must exercise caution when analyzing the data to ensure that they have selected for the desired sample. To analyze results from the general public samples, users should select for those cases where the variable “sample” is equal to 1. To analyze results for renewalists, users should select for those cases where the variable “renewalist” is greater than 0.
Where necessary, survey results were weighted to match the demographic characteristics of the population in each country. The dataset contains two weight variables, GPWGT and PENTWGT. Analysis that focuses solely on the renewalist respondents should use PENTWGT, which provides a non-zero weight for all renewalist respondents in both the general public and oversamples. Non-renewalist respondents have a weight of zero on PENTWGT.
Analysis that focuses on the general public in each of the countries, irrespective of whether a given respondent is a renewalist or not, should use GPWGT. This weight allows for estimates of the proportion of renewalists in the general public or in subgroups of the general public. The renewalists interviewed as part of the overamples have a weight of zero on GPWGT and thus are excluded from this type of analysis using the general public sample.
There is no weight variable that combines the renewalist oversamples with the full general population samples in each country, nor is there a weight variable that combines the ten countries into a single international sample.