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Attitudes about government involvement in environmental issues. 

Below are 83 questions from surveys in the ARDA that attempt to measure this concept. The ARDA staff further categorized these questions into 4 types:

[ Approval | Priority | Responsibility | Spending ]

Mouse over a survey name to see further details on a survey. Click on "More" to see the response frequencies for a question, or click here to view all frequency tables.



Category 1:Approval
 

This question type asks the respondent if they approve of the manner in which a particular candidate or party handles the environment.

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VCF9008 from American National Election Studies, Cumulative Data File, 1948-2004

HELPENV from General Social Survey, 2006

V083031 from American National Election Studies, Time Series Study, 2008

QN13_F from Changing Faiths: Latinos and the Transformation of American Religion

TENVIRON from ABC News Church Scandal Poll, 2002


Category 2:Priority
 

This question type asks the respondent about how much priority the government should give to environmental regulations.

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Q39G from Baylor Religion Survey, 2005

SOCENVRN from Religion and Politics Survey, 2000

INF_PROT from Religion and Politics Survey, 1996

PROTENVI from Religion and Politics Survey, 1996

P16ENVRN from State of Disunion Survey, 1996

DTLAWENV from Trends in Political Values and Core Attitudes, 1987-2009

PENVIRON from ABC News Church Scandal Poll, 2002

TRADE_3 from News Interest Index, March 2004

ENVIRON from Southern Focus Poll, Non-South Survey, Fall 1996

PRENVIRN from ABC News/ Washington Post Poll: Faith-Based Initiative, 2001

STATENVI from Campaign 2000 Typology Survey

ENVLAWS from December 2006 Values Update Survey

AGREE1A from July 2003 Values Update Survey


Category 3:Responsibility
 

This question type asks if it should be the government's responsbility (or a particular level/branch's responsibility) to protect the environment.

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BUSDECID from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

PUBDECID from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

PUBDECID from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

GRNLAWS from General Social Survey, 2006

GOVTBIZ from General Social Survey, 2000

BUSDECID from General Social Survey, 2000

PUBDECID from General Social Survey, 2000

V180 from World Values Survey, 2005

GRNLAWS from General Social Survey, 1996

L1ENVRN from State of Disunion Survey, 1996

BUSDECID from General Social Survey, 1994

PUBDECID from General Social Survey, 1994

BUSDECID from General Social Survey, 1993

PUBDECID from General Social Survey, 1993


Category 4:Spending
 

This question type asks respondents their attitude about government spending on the environment.

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NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset

NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2012 Cross-Section and Panel Combined, (Inapplicable Responses Coded as Missing)

NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2008 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIY from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2008 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIR from General Social Survey 2010 Cross-Section and Panel Combined

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 2002

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 2002

NTENVY_1 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

NTENVY_2 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

NTENVY_3 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

NTENVR_1 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

NTENVR_2 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

NTENVR_3 from General Social Survey Panel Data (2006 Sample)

SPNDENV from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave II (2007)

VCF9047 from American National Election Studies, Cumulative Data File, 1948-2004

ENVMT from Houston Area Survey, 1982-2010

SPENVIRO from General Social Survey, 2006

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 2004

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 2006

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 2004

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 2006

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 2000

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 2000

SPENVIRO from General Social Survey, 1990

SPENVIRO from General Social Survey, 1996

V083151 from American National Election Studies, Time Series Study, 2008

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1990

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1996

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1990

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1996

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1988

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1991

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1988

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1991

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1998

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1998

ENVMT from Houston Area Survey, 2010

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1976

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1978

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1994

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1994

NATENVIY from General Social Survey, 1993

NATENVIR from General Social Survey, 1993

ENVIRON from Four-State Church Involvement Study, 1988



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