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6.) COMSOUTH: Just for the record, would you say that your community is in the South, or not?
7.) LIVESOU: No counting time away at school or other temp reasons, lived South all life or not? How long?
8.) TRAVOUT: Have you ever traveled or visited outside the South?
9.) SOULIV: Have you ever lived in a Southern State? Note: Asked of non-Southern respondents only.
10.) TRAVIN: Have you ever traveled or visited in the South?
12.) SOUTHERN: Do you consider yourself a Southerner, or not?
13.) SOUFAM: Do you consider yourself or anyone in your family a Southerner?
14.) SIDIMP: Would you say being Southerner is very, somewhat, not very or not at all important?
15.) LIVEWH: Do you live in a city, a suburban community, a small town, or a rural area?
16.) GENDER: Code the gender of the respondent [If you cannot tell, ask the respondent.]
18.) RELIG: How often do you attend church or other religious services?
19.) RELIGIMP: How important would you say your religious faith is in your own life these days?
20.) RELAFFL: What is your religious affiliation?
21.) RELAFCHK: What other religion are you? Does your religion include any of the following words
24.) DMETHDST: Is that United Methodist, African Methodist Episcopal, Free Methodist or other Methodist Group
25.) DPRESBY: Is that Presbyterian in USA,Presbyterian in America, Orthodox Presbyterian, Evangelical Presbyterian
26.) DLUTHRAN: Is that Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Missouri Synod, Wisconsin Synod or other Lutheran
27.) DDISCIPL: "Christian" do you mean denomination called "Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)" or other
28.) DCHRIST: Is that the Church of Christ or the United Church of Christ?
29.) DCHGOD: Is that Church of God of Anderson, IN;Church of God of Cleveland, TN;Church of God in Christ; other
30.) DHOLINES: Is that Christian & Missionary Alliance, Church of Nazarene, Salvation Army, Wesleyan Church, other
32.) DINDEP: Is that independent fundamentalist church, independent charismatic church, etc, other
33.) RELID97S: When it comes to your religious faith, would you say you are
34.) RELCATH: Do you consider yourself a traditionalist Catholic, progressive Catholic, or none of these
35.) MARITAL: Are you currently...married, divorced, separated, widowed, or single?
36.) PARENT: Are you a parent? INTERVIEWER: IF RESPODENT SAYS THEY ARE A STEP-PARENT CODE AS YES.
37.) EMPLOYED: Last week: Work full-time, work part-time, going to school, keep house, retired, unemployed, what
38.) HWEMPLOY: What about your wife/husband - last week was he/she:
39.) INCOME: Please stop me when a category best describes your total household income before taxes:
40.) RACE94: What race do you consider yourself?
41.) AMERINDN: As far as you know, were any of your ancestors American Indians?
42.) HISPANIC: Are you of Hispanic origin?
43.) CHILD18: How many people under 18 live in this house?
44.) CHILD12: How many of those are under 12 years old?
45.) PEOPLE: Including yourself, how many people 18 or older live at this telephone number?
46.) PARTYID: Regardless of how you vote, when it comes to national politicals, do you usually think of yourself
47.) STRDEM: Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not very strong Democrat?
48.) STRREP: Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not very strong Republican?
49.) INDEP: Do you usually think of yourself as closer to Republican party or as closer to Democratic party
50.) LIBCON: In general, when it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as
51.) STRLIB: Do you think of yourself as a STRONG liberal, or a NOT VERY STRONG liberal?
52.) STRCON: Do you think of yourself as a STRONG conservative, or a NOT VERY STRONG conservative?
53.) MODERATE: Do you think of yourself as more like a liberal, or more like a conservative?
54.) SEGREGAT: Are you in favor of integration of the races, strict segregation, or something in-between?
55.) INTERGRA: Overall, what kind of effect do you think racial integreation has had on quality of life in South
56.) SOUMIN: You think opportunities for minorities better in South than other parts country, worse, about same
57.) RACESOU: You think race relations better in South than elsewhere in US, worse in South or about same as rest
58.) COMLVYRS: How long have you lived in your community?
59.) AFPOP: Past 10 years, African-American population in local community increase, decrease, stay about same
60.) AFPOPI: Would you say it has increased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
61.) AFPOPD: Would you say it has decreased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
62.) HSPOP: Past 10 years, Hispanic population in local community increased, decreased, stayed about same
63.) HSPOPI: Would you say it has increased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
64.) HSPOPD: Would you say it has decreased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
65.) ASPOP: Past 10 years, Asian population in local community increased, decreased, stayed about same
66.) ASPOPI: Would you say it has increased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
67.) ASPOPD: Would you say it has decreased just a little, quite a lot, or something in-between?
68.) RCMIX: Past 10 years, community more ethnically & racially mixed, less or stayed about same
69.) RCMIXI: You say it has become more mixed, somewhat more mixed, little more ethnically & racially mixed?
70.) RCMIXD: Would you say it has become much less, somewhat less or little less ethnically & racially mixed
71.) MIXIGOOD: Increase ethnic & racial diversity in comuunity good thing for community, bad thing or no difference
72.) MIXDGOOD: Decrease ethnic & racial diversity in comuunity good thing for community, bad thing or no difference
73.) TCHDIV: Agree or disagree having children learn about cultural diversity good way to help eliminate racism
74.) DPRO: "Diversity programs" employees understand/get along people racially/ethnically diff. Your employee?
75.) DPRORATE: How would you rate your company's diversity program? Would you say it is
76.) DPROPART: Have you participated in that program? NOTE: Asked only if respondent answered "Yes" to DRPO.
77.) HIREMIN: You feel your employer been doing too much, too little, or about right amount hire minority employee
78.) AAREVERS: Affirmative action programs women & minorities often result reverse discrimination against white men
79.) NEIGSAME: How many people living in your neighborhood are the same race as you
80.) NEIGIDL: What would you consider the ideal racial composition of your neighborhood-- same race as you
81.) MIXCRCH: Any people who are not same race as you attend your church or place of worship?
82.) MIXMARY: Thinking about your family... Has any member of your family ever married a person of another race?
83.) OBJMARY: You disapprove someone in family married person of different race, or would it not make difference
84.) MIXDATE: Has any member of your family ever dated a person of another race?
85.) OBJPARNT: When you were dating, would your parents have objected if you dated someone of a different race?
86.) OBJDATE: You disapprove if someone in family dated person of different race, or not make any difference
87.) ADOPT: Has any member of your family ever adopted a child?
88.) ADOPTMIX: Has any member of your family ever adopted a child of another race?
89.) OBJADOPT: Would you disapprove if member of your family adopted child of different race or not make difference
90.) MIXPR: Do you think child whose mother one race & father anohter likely face unique problems in life or not
91.) MIXCOMF: How comfortable you generally feel interacting with people whose race is different than your own
92.) RRSELF: As you grown older, your views about race relations more conservative, more liberal or about same
93.) RRKIDS: Your children's views about race relations more conservative, more liberal, about same as your own
94.) RNMPREF: What name do you generally prefer for your race-- black or African-American
95.) NOTSEP: The South is better off as part of the United States than it would be as a separate country.
96.) CALLBACK: Reports for Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Reporter call you discuss matters greater detail?
97.) GOODINT: Do you think this person would be good to call back for more information?
98.) ACCENTS: CODE RESPONDENT'S ACCENT
124.) SAMPLE: Origin of sample: North/South/AAOS
125.) REGSTATE: Test to verify sample origin
127.) AGECAT: Recode of AGE in categories
128.) RACE: Respondent's race
129.) RCMIN: Interview's length in categories
132.) GALREG: Gallup Org. Regionalization Recode of STATE
133.) AJCREGN: AJC Regionalization
134.) GRADE: Educational attainment, Collapsed recode of EDUC
135.) LCRECODE: Liberal/Conservative recode
136.) DEEPSOU: Residence in Deep South, Recode of STATE
137.) RESIDENT: Residence North/South, Recode of STATE16
138.) WHSTATE: Regional recode: State of residence
139.) PIDRCODE: Recode for Party Identification
143.) FAITH: Religious Preference Recode (DENOM & RELAFFL)
146.) NSMETRO: Respondent lives in Metro or Non-Metro county, Recode of COUNTY
147.) INTGEN: Interviewer's gender
148.) INTRACE: Interviewer's race
149.) INTACC: Interviewer's accent
150.) INTNSACC: Interviewer Non-Southern accent
152.) TOTWT: Weight for national estimates (accounts for Southern oversample and HH size)