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2.) SEX: Sex of respondent:
3.) MARITAL: Are you currently married, widowed, separated, divorced, or have you never been married?
6.) WORKSTAT: Last week, were you working full time, part time, going to school, keeping house, or are you retired
7.) GENOCC: ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO ARE EMPLOYED: What kind of work do you do?
9.) DEPEND: How many children do you have?
10.) CHAGE1: ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE CHILDREN: Could you please tell me their ages (Age 0-5).
11.) CHAGE2: ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE CHILDREN: Could you please tell me their ages (Age 6-12).
12.) CHAGE3: ASK ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE CHILDREN: Could you please tell me their ages (Age 13-above).
13.) DELAWARE: Were you born in Delaware County, some other county in Indiana, or outside Indiana?
14.) MUNCIE2: ASKED ONLY OF THOSE RESPONDENTS WHO WERE BORN IN DELAWARE COUNTY: Were you born in Muncie?
16.) RACE: To which racial group do you belong?
19.) PARTYID: Have you usually thought of yourself:
20.) POLVIEWS: How would you consider your overall political views? Would you say you are:
22.) HEARD: Have you heard of an organization called the Christian Coalition?
24.) ECONSIT: How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your present economic situation?
25.) PRESEFF: Extent you believe actions & policies of the President of US affect your personal economic situation
26.) SATMON: How well do you think your income and assets meet your financial needs?
27.) AMERECON: How would you judge the American economy? Would you say the American economy today is in
28.) JOBS: If there are not enough jobs for all the people who want to work the government should create jobs.
29.) INCOMDIF: The government ought to reduce the income differences between rich and poor.
30.) RELPREF: What is your religious preference?
32.) CHARIS: CATHOLIC: Is being charismatic such as speaking in tongues an important part of Christianity to you?
33.) ATTEND: How often do you attend church?
34.) STRICT: My church has strict rules about things such as how to dress in church & how much $ to give
35.) LEAVE: RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE: My church pressures people who do not follow the rules to leave the church
36.) NOASS: My pastor encourages members not to associate w/ non-religious people during their free time
37.) CLERGY: Clergy should try to influence how their church members vote in elections. Do you:
38.) GODCHOSE: "America is God's chosen nation." Do you:
39.) BELONG: First, a sense of belonging, or a feeling that others care about you. Is it:
40.) EQUALITY: Extent to which it is a guiding principle in your life. Equality or equal opportunity for all. Is it
41.) DUTY: Extent to which it is a guiding principle in your life. Obedience, or doing one's duty. Is it:
42.) WEALTH: Extent to which it is a guiding principle in your life. Wealth, or having money & possessions. Is it
43.) TRADITION: Extent guiding principle in your life. Respect for tradition or preservation of time-honored customs
44.) VARLIFE: Principle in your life. A varied life, or a life filled with challenge, novelty, and change. Is it:
45.) INDEPEND: Extent to which it is a guiding principle in your life. Independence, or self-reliance. Is it:
46.) ENJOY: Extent a guiding principle in your life. Enjoying life, or enjoying food, leisure, etc. Is it:
47.) FORGIVE: Extent it is a guiding principle in your life. Forgiving, or willingness to pardon others. Is it:
48.) SUCCESS: The extent to which it is a guiding principle in your life. Success, or achieving goals. Is it:
49.) MOVMAKER: The movie-makers in Hollywood are a threat to true American values. Do you:
50.) EDPROB: The major problem with education today is that religion has been taken out of the classroom. Do you:
51.) DIVORCE: The law should be changed to make getting a divorce much more difficult. Do you:
52.) TAKELIFE: When suffering becomes too great, those terminal ill should have right to choose end own their life
53.) DRJACK: Dr Jack Kevorkian should be criminally prosecuted for assist terminal ill people to commit suicide
54.) ABORTION: Which of the following statements best describes your opinion about abortion?
55.) HOMOSEX: Should law protecting homosexuals from being dismissed from jobs as teachers in public schools
56.) HAPPY: In general how would you say things are these days- you are very happy, pretty happy, not too happy?
57.) RACGROUP: Media today, experience racial & ethnic min groups in US too much attention, too little or right
58.) GUNCONTR: What is your position on gun control? Do you believe that:
59.) TRUTH: Two kinds of people in this world: those who are for the truth and those who are against the truth
60.) WHATGOOD: Most people just don't know what's good for them. Do you:
61.) IDEAS: Most of the ideas which get printed nowadays aren't worth the paper they are printed on. Do you:
62.) BETRAY: Compromise w/political opponents is dangerous because it usually leads to betrayal of one's own side
63.) OTEINT: How would you describe your intention to vote? Are you:
64.) VOTE1: OK, which candidate for President of the United States will you vote for on Tuesday, November 5?
65.) VOTE2: Even though you don't know for sure how you will vote, which presidential candidate leaning toward
66.) VOTE3: OK, if you decide to vote on Tuesday, November 5, which presidential candidate will you vote for?
67.) VOTE4: Even though you don't know for sure how you will vote, which presidential candidate leaning toward
68.) CONGVOTE: For which candidate for the 2nd U.S. Congressional District are you planning to vote for?
69.) DRUGINCR: Teenage illegal drug use is rapidly increasing. Do you:
70.) DRUGMEDA: Popular films, music, and videos are strongly encouraging teenage drug use. Do you:
71.) DARE: Drug edu programs in public schools (E.G., DARE) have been effective in preventing illegal drug use
72.) DRUGWAR: We should greatly increase the War on Drugs even if it requires raising taxes. Do you:
73.) FREEMED: Govt-funded preventative medical services available for women & children of low income families
74.) WELREFOR: Welfare reforms, proposed guaranteed employment for welfare recipients, unfair to working Americans
75.) CHILDCAR: Which of the following childcare programs should the government subsidize for low-income families?
76.) WORKFARE: Welfare recipient should be required to work for monthly payment as opposed to receive cash payments
77.) RECCONTR: Favor welfare program control spend to recipient or programs (food stamps) impose limits funds used
78.) WELPROGS: Please indicate which welfare program you feel would be the most useful to those in poverty?
79.) MEDICARE: You feel Medicare benefits should remain at current levels, reduced, or increased
80.) COMPHETH: Federal govt should provide comprehensive national health insurance that covers everyone young & old
82.) STATEPOL: Two directions in state policy, which would you prefer regarding care for the aged and disabled?
84.) COOP: In general, what was the respondent's attitude toward the interview?
85.) UNDERST: How was the respondent's understanding of the questions?