American National Election Studies, Time Series Study, 2016

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Version of ANES 2016 Time Series release (VERSION)
2) 2016 Case ID (V160001)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271375574.29245880
3) Pre-election weight - full sample (V160101)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427111
4) Pre-election weight - FTF sample (V160101F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271.2771
5) Pre-election weight - Web sample (V160101W)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271.7231
6) Post-election weight - full sample (V160102)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271.8541
7) Post-election weight - FTF sample (V160102F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271.2481
8) Post-election weight - Web sample (V160102W)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271.6061
9) Stratum - full sample (V160201)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427169.58439
10) Stratum - FTF sample (V160201F)
TOTAL%
0) 309072.3
1) 431.0
3) 280.7
4) 330.8
5) 190.4
6) 461.1
7) 461.1
8) 501.2
9) 380.9
10) 421.0
11) 90.2
12) 441.0
13) 390.9
14) 340.8
15) 340.8
16) 421.0
17) 400.9
18) 521.2
19) 431.0
20) 280.7
21) 551.3
22) 220.5
23) 571.3
24) 370.9
25) 441.0
26) 551.3
27) 320.7
28) 120.3
29) 411.0
30) 140.3
31) 400.9
32) 411.0
33) 210.5
TOTAL4271100.0
11) Stratum - Web sample (V160201W)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427137.17434
12) Variance PSU - Full sample (V160202)
TOTAL%
1) 213550.0
2) 211649.5
3) 200.5
TOTAL4271100.0
13) Variance PSU - FTF sample (V160202F)
TOTAL%
0) 309072.3
1) 60514.2
2) 55613.0
3) 200.5
TOTAL4271100.0
14) Variance PSU - Web sample (V160202W)
TOTAL%
0) 118127.7
1) 153035.8
2) 156036.5
TOTAL4271100.0
15) Mode of interview (V160501)
TOTAL%
1) FTF/CASI118127.7
2) Web309072.3
TOTAL4271100.0
16) Completed Pre only or completed Pre and Post interviews (V160502)
TOTAL%
0) Pre interview completed- no completed Post interview62214.6
1) Pre and Post interviews completed364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
17) PRE: FTF ONLY: Audio Consent (V161001)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
1) Continue113826.6
7) Refuse to allow audio recording431.0
TOTAL4271100.0
18) PRE: FTF ONLY: INTERVIEWER: Is R male or female? (Observation) (V161002)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
1) Male56013.1
2) Female62114.5
TOTAL4271100.0
19) How often do you pay attention to what's going on in government and politics? (V161003)
TOTAL%
1) Always86320.2
2) Most of the time149635.0
3) About half the time88520.7
4) Some of the time94322.1
5) Never842.0
TOTAL4271100.0
20) Some people don't pay much attention to political campaigns. How about you? Would you say that you have been [very much interested, somewhat interested or not much interested/ not much interested, somewhat interested or very much interested] in the political campaigns so far this year? (V161004)
TOTAL%
1) Very much interested223052.2
2) Somewhat interested152035.6
3) Not much interested52112.2
TOTAL4271100.0
21) In 2012 Barack Obama ran on the Democratic ticket against Mitt Romney for the Republicans. Do you remember for sure whether or not you voted in that election? (V161005)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know140.3
1) Yes, voted311773.0
2) No, didn't vote113826.6
TOTAL4271100.0
22) IF R SAYS VOTED FOR PRESIDENT IN 2012: Which one did you vote for? (V161006)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused471.1
-8) Don't know130.3
-1) Inapplicable115427.0
1) Barack Obama172840.5
2) Mitt Romney126829.7
5) Other SPECIFY581.4
6) Other specify - specified as: Did not vote/did not vote for president in 201230.1
TOTAL4271100.0
23) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: Do you or anyone in this household use the Internet at any location? (V161007)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
1) Yes106625.0
2) No1142.7
TOTAL4271100.0
24) During a typical week, how many days do you watch, read, or listen to news on TV, radio, printed newspapers, or the Internet, not including sports? (V161008)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know20.0
0) None731.7
1) One day1874.4
2) Two days2135.0
3) Three days2876.7
4) Four days2666.2
5) Five days64115.0
6) Six days3077.2
7) Seven days229353.7
TOTAL4271100.0
25) IF NUMBER OF DAYS ATTENDING MEDIA NEWS IS MORE THAN 0: How much attention do you pay to news about national politics on TV, radio, printed newspapers, or the Internet? (V161009)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable771.8
1) A great deal90921.3
2) A lot107125.1
3) A moderate amount139132.6
4) A little74917.5
5) None at all731.7
TOTAL4271100.0
26) PRE: Vote section- order of major party candidate names / FTF BallotColor (V161010A)
TOTAL%
1) Democratic candidate names 1st / FTF yellow Ballot Card214250.2
2) Republican candidate names 1st / FTF green Ballot Card212949.8
TOTAL4271100.0
27) PRE: Vote section- household address preloaded (sample address) (V161010B)
TOTAL%
1) Sample address preloaded4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
28) PRE: Vote section- candidate names preloaded for sample address (V161010C)
TOTAL%
0) No candidate names preloaded for location of sample address1964.6
1) Candidate names preloaded for location of sample address407595.4
TOTAL4271100.0
29) PRE: Vote section- FIPS state code for sample address (V161010D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427127.88516
30) PRE: Vote section- 2-character state Postal abbreviation for sample address (V161010E)
31) PRE: Vote section- U.S. House District number (115th Congress) for sample address (V161010F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42719.22610
32) ALL FTF RESPONDENTS / WEB RESPONDENTS WITH ADDRESS ON FILE (PRELOADED): Now on a different topic. Are you registered to vote at this address, registered at a different address, or not currently registered? (V161011)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Registered at this address325176.1
2) Registered at a different address4069.5
3) Not currently registered60614.2
TOTAL4271100.0
33) IF ADMINISTRATION MODE IS INTERNET: IF WEB RESPONDENT HAS NO ADDRESS ON FILE (NOT PRELOADED) / IF WEB RESPONDENT DID NOT ANSWER WHERE REGISTERED TO VOTE: Are you registered to vote? (V161011A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable426899.9
1) Yes10.0
2) No10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
34) IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT (PRELOAD) ADDRESS / IF WEB R DOES NOT HAVE ADDRESS ON FILE FOR PRELOAD BUT INDICATES IS REGISTERED: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V161012)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable386490.5
0) Registration address not given50.1
1) Registration address given3839.0
2) Partial address given for registration address190.4
TOTAL4271100.0
35) IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT (PRELOAD) ADDRESS / IF WEB R DOES NOT HAVE ADDRESS ON FILE FOR PRELOAD BUT INDICATES IS REGISTERED: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V161013A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable386490.5
0) State not included for registration address50.1
1) State included for registration address4029.4
TOTAL4271100.0
36) IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT (PRELOAD) ADDRESS / IF WEB R DOES NOT HAVE ADDRESS ON FILE FOR PRELOAD BUT INDICATES IS REGISTERED: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V161013B)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable386490.5
0) City not included for registration address60.1
1) City included for registration address4009.4
2) City included in incorrect field (other field)10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
37) IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT (PRELOAD) ADDRESS / IF WEB R HAS NO CURRENT ADDRESS ON FILE BUT INDICATES REGISTERED: IF STATE OF REGISTRATION (AT LEAST) WAS NOT PROVIDED FOR REGISTRATION ADDRESS: In what state are you registered to vote now? (V161014)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable426699.9
5) Arkansas10.0
8) Colorado10.0
36) New York10.0
39) Ohio10.0
48) Texas10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
38) IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT (PRELOAD) ADDRESS / IF WEB R HAS NO CURRENT ADDRESS ON FILE BUT INDICATES REGISTERED: IF STATE OF REGISTRATION (AT LEAST) WAS NOT PROVIDED FOR REGISTRATION ADDRESS: In what state are you registered to vote now? (V161015A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
0) State of registration is not same as state of sample address852.0
1) State of registration same as state of sample address357383.7
TOTAL4271100.0
39) PRE: Registration state (all registrations) (V161015B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427123.64218
40) PRE: Senate race in state of registration (all registrations) (V161015C)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
0) No Senate race in state of registration103224.2
1) Senate race in state of registration262661.5
TOTAL4271100.0
41) PRE: Governor race in state of registration (all registrations) (V161015D)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
0) No governor race in state of registration313973.5
1) Governor race in state of registration51912.2
TOTAL4271100.0
42) PRE: Party registration in state of registration (all registrations) (V161015E)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
0) No party registration in state of registration153936.0
1) Party registration in state of registration211949.6
TOTAL4271100.0
43) IF R REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT ADDRESS: IF R REGISTERED IN SAME STATE AS CURRENT ADDRESS OR REGISTRATION STATE MISSING: Is your registration address in [PRELOAD: sample county name]? (V161016)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable394992.5
1) Yes, registered in [county of sample address]2325.4
2) No, registered in other county892.1
TOTAL4271100.0
44) IF R REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS / IF RESPONDENT NOT REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS AND PROVIDED ADDRESS OF REGISTRATION: How many years have you been registered to vote at [this/that] address? (V161017)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable61914.5
1) 0-1 years80318.8
2) 2-5 years83119.5
3) 5 years or more201147.1
TOTAL4271100.0
45) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: Some people register to vote under their full name and others use different versions of their name. Others might have changed their name since they registered. What about you? Under what name are you registered to vote? (V161018)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
0) No name recorded/non-name response1533.6
1) RESTRICTED: Recorded, two words that appear to be first/last names338379.2
2) RESTRICTED: Partially recorded: one word as name, or initial(s) only1222.9
TOTAL4271100.0
46) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE IN STATE WHERE PARTY IS REGISTERED: What political party are you registered with, if any? (V161019)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know110.3
-1) Inapplicable215250.4
1) Democratic party92421.6
2) Republican party68216.0
4) None or 'independent'47111.0
5) Other SPECIFY220.5
TOTAL4271100.0
47) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE OR DK IF REGISTERED TO VOTE: Do you intend to register to vote before the November 8 elections, or do you not intend to register? (V161020)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable365985.7
1) Yes, intend to register2315.4
2) No, do not intend to register3758.8
TOTAL4271100.0
48) Did you vote in a Presidential primary election or caucus this year? (V161021)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Yes, voted in primary or caucus188244.1
2) No, didn't vote in primary or caucus238355.8
TOTAL4271100.0
49) IF R VOTED IN A PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY OR CAUCUS: In the Presidential primary or caucus, who did you vote for? (V161021A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know30.1
-1) Inapplicable238955.9
1) Hillary Clinton57913.6
2) Bernie Sanders3929.2
3) Another Democrat190.4
4) Donald Trump44610.4
5) Ted Cruz1623.8
6) John Kasich1142.7
7) Marco Rubio852.0
8) Another Republican521.2
9) Someone else who is not a Republican or Democrat240.6
TOTAL4271100.0
50) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: This question is not about the primary elections and caucuses that were held a few months ago. Instead, we'd like to ask you about the election for president to be held on November 8, in which [Donald Trump is running against Hillary Clinton / Hillary Clinton is running against Donald Trump]. Have you already voted in that election, or have you not voted? (V161022)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable61314.4
1) Have voted1894.4
2) Have not voted346781.2
TOTAL4271100.0
51) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: Just to be clear, I'm recording that you already voted in the election that is scheduled to take place on November 8. Is that right? (V161022A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable408295.6
1) Yes, voted1563.7
2) No, have not voted330.8
TOTAL4271100.0
52) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING FOR THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: Which one of the following best describes how you voted? (V161023)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable411596.3
1) Definitely voted in person at a polling place before election day701.6
2) Definitely voted by mailing a ballot to elections officials before election day831.9
3) Definitely voted in some other way30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
53) PRE: SUMMARY - Registration and early vote status (V161024X)
TOTAL%
1) Not (or DK/RF if) registered, does not intend to register or DK/RF intent3828.9
2) Not (or DK/RF if) registered, intends to register2315.4
3) Registered but did not vote early (or DK/RF if voted early)350282.0
4) Registered and voted early1563.7
TOTAL4271100.0
54) PRE: FTF ONLY: IWR CHECKPOINT: have correct Pre ballot card (V161025)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable314973.7
1) Yes, have [yellow/green] color Ballot Card for R's district83819.6
2) Have Ballot Card in wrong color for R's district160.4
3) Only have card(s) for wrong district or have no ballot cards2686.3
TOTAL4271100.0
55) PRE: FTF ONLY: IWR error at Ballot Card checkpoint (V161025A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable314973.7
0) Ballot card not used as IWR error1503.5
1) Ballot card used, names applicable for use85420.0
2) Ballot card not used, names not applicable for use1182.8
TOTAL4271100.0
56) PRE: SUMMARY - administration of Pre vote module (V161025X)
TOTAL%
1) Used Ballot Card/preload names - R voted1373.2
2) Use Ballot Card/preload names - R registered/intends to register326176.4
3) Used Ballot Card/preload names - R not registered (or DK/RF if), no intent to register3538.3
4) Not used (open-end responses) - R voted190.4
5) Not used (open-end responses) - R registered/intends to register46410.9
6) Not used (open-end responses) - R not registered (or DK/RF if), no intent to register290.7
7) Program err: names preloaded but not used - R registered/intends to register [Web only 8 cases]80.2
TOTAL4271100.0
57) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTED IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: How about the election for president? Did you vote for a candidate for president? (V161026)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable411596.3
1) Yes, voted for president1533.6
2) No, didn't vote for president30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
58) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF RESPONDENT VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: Who did you vote for? [Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump / Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton], Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, or someone else? (V161027)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-1) Inapplicable411896.4
1) Hillary Clinton741.7
2) Donald Trump671.6
3) Gary Johnson30.1
4) Jill Stein10.0
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
59) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: Would you say your preference for this candidate was strong or not strong? (V161028)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable412396.5
1) Strong1162.7
2) Not strong320.7
TOTAL4271100.0
60) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: How long before you voted did you decide that you were going to vote the way you did? (V161029A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text of open-end response available in separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
61) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: How long before you voted did you decide that you were going to vote the way you did? (V161029B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
62) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF R IS REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: How about the election for president? Do you intend to vote for a candidate for president? (V161030)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know250.6
-1) Inapplicable53812.6
1) Yes348481.6
2) No2215.2
TOTAL4271100.0
63) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF R IS REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT: Who do you think you will vote for? [Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump / Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton], Gary Johnson, Jill Stein , or someone else? (V161031)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know882.1
-1) Inapplicable78718.4
1) Hillary Clinton157036.8
2) Donald Trump135731.8
3) Gary Johnson2275.3
4) Jill Stein571.3
5) Other candidate (SPECIFY)711.7
6) Other specify - specified as: DK711.7
7) Other specify - specified as: RF110.3
8) Other specify - specified as: none/no one/NA40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
64) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF R IS REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT: IF R's INTENDED VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IS NOT DK/NA: Would you say your preference for this candidate is strong or not strong? (V161032)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable90321.1
1) Strong220551.6
2) Not strong115827.1
TOTAL4271100.0
65) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: How about the election for president? Do you prefer one of the candidates for president? (V161033)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable389091.1
1) Yes1513.5
2) No2305.4
TOTAL4271100.0
66) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF R PREFERS A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Who do you prefer? [Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump / Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton], Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, or someone else? (V161034)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable412096.5
1) Hillary Clinton691.6
2) Donald Trump661.5
3) Gary Johnson40.1
4) Jill Stein40.1
5) Other candidate (SPECIFY)70.2
6) Other specify - specified as: DK10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
67) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF R PREFERS A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: IF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PREFERENCE IS NOT DK/NA: Would you say your preference for this candidate is strong or not strong? (V161035)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable412096.5
1) Strong922.2
2) Not strong571.3
TOTAL4271100.0
68) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington. Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives? (V161036)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable411596.3
1) Yes, voted for House of Representatives1252.9
2) No, didn't vote for House of Representatives290.7
TOTAL4271100.0
69) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? (V161037)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable416197.4
1) Democratic House candidate531.2
2) Republican House candidate511.2
3) Other House candidate (name on Ballot Card)20.0
5) Other SPECIFY (name not on Ballot Card)20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
70) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF IWR HAS NO BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT OR R SAID BALLOT CARD WRONG: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V161038)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable425699.6
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic30.1
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican100.2
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
71) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington. Do you intend to vote in the election for the U.S. House of Representatives? (V161039)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know411.0
-1) Inapplicable53812.6
1) Yes291968.3
2) No76718.0
TOTAL4271100.0
72) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION FOR THE U.S. HOUSE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who do you think you will vote for? (V161040)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused380.9
-8) Don't know1323.1
-1) Inapplicable169139.6
1) Democratic House candidate112426.3
2) Republican House candidate115327.0
3) Other House candidate (name on Ballot Card)140.3
4) R VOL: names on ballot card are not correct [VOTE RECORDED ON NEXT SCREEN] [VOLUNTEERED]140.3
5) Other SPECIFY (name not on Ballot Card)1012.4
9) Other specify - specified as none/neither40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
73) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION FOR THE U.S. HOUSE: IF IWR HAS NO BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT OR R SAID BALLOT CARD WRONG: Who do you think you will vote for? Which party is that? (V161041)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know531.2
-1) Inapplicable391891.7
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic1293.0
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican1433.3
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention210.5
TOTAL4271100.0
74) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington? Do you prefer one of the candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives? (V161042)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know50.1
-1) Inapplicable389091.1
1) Yes491.1
2) No3277.7
TOTAL4271100.0
75) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. HOUSE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE: Who do you prefer? (V161043)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable422298.9
1) Democratic House candidate220.5
2) Republican House candidate220.5
3) Other House candidate (name on Ballot Card)20.0
5) Other SPECIFY (name not on Ballot Card)20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
76) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. HOUSE: IF IWR HAS NO BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE OR IF R SAID BALLOT CARD WRONG: Who do you prefer? Which party is that? (V161044)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
77) PRE SUMMARY: Senate and governor races (V161045X)
TOTAL%
0) No Senate/governor race - sample address state (R not registered)1884.4
1) No Senate/governor race - registration state (R registered)99723.3
10) Senate race - sample address state (R not registered)3498.2
11) Senate race - registration state (R registered)214250.2
20) Governor race - sample address state (R not registered)80.2
21) Governor race - registration state (R registered)350.8
30) Senate and governor races - sample address state (R not registered)681.6
31) Senate and governor races - registration state (R registered)48411.3
TOTAL4271100.0
78) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: How about the election for the United States Senate? Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. Senate? (V161046)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable416197.4
1) Yes, voted for Senate932.2
2) No, didn't vote for Senate170.4
TOTAL4271100.0
79) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? (V161047)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable419398.2
1) Democratic Senate candidate370.9
2) Republican Senate candidate320.7
3) Other Senate candidate (name on Ballot Card)70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
80) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V161048)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable425699.6
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic50.1
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican70.2
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
81) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: How about the election for the U.S. Senate. Do you intend to vote in the election for the U.S. Senate? (V161049)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know190.4
-1) Inapplicable160637.6
1) Yes215150.4
2) No49011.5
TOTAL4271100.0
82) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who do you think you will vote for? (V161050)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know791.8
-4) Error260.6
-1) Inapplicable235655.2
1) Democratic Senate candidate94622.1
2) Republican Senate candidate74017.3
3) Other Senate candidate (name on Ballot Card)731.7
5) Other SPECIFY (name not on Ballot Card)320.7
TOTAL4271100.0
83) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who do you think you will vote for? Which party is that? (V161051)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know350.8
-4) Error10.0
-1) Inapplicable403594.5
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic952.2
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican942.2
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
84) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: How about the election for the United States Senate? Do you prefer one of the candidates for the U.S. Senate? (V161052)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know50.1
-1) Inapplicable400493.7
1) Yes340.8
2) No2285.3
TOTAL4271100.0
85) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE: Who do you prefer? (V161053)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-4) Error70.2
-1) Inapplicable423799.2
1) Democratic Senate candidate110.3
2) Republican Senate candidate130.3
3) Other Senate candidate (name on Ballot Card)20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
86) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. SENATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE: Who do you prefer? Which party is that? (V161054)
TOTAL%
-4) Error10.0
-1) Inapplicable4270100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
87) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: How about the election for governor? Did you vote for a candidate for governor? (V161055)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable426099.7
1) Yes, voted for governor100.2
2) No, didn't vote for governor10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
88) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: IF R VOTED FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? (V161056)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable426299.8
1) Democratic governor candidate30.1
2) Republican governor candidate60.1
TOTAL4271100.0
89) IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R INDICATED VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF HAS CONFIRMED ALREADY VOTING IN THE 2016 GENERAL ELECTIONS: IF R HAS NOT INDICATED UNSURE WHETHER VOTED WHEN DESCRIBING HOW VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN STATE OF REGISTRATION: IF R VOTED FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V161057)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4270100.0
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
90) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: How about the election for governor. Do you intend to vote for a candidate for governor? (V161058)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable374087.6
1) Yes45610.7
2) No731.7
TOTAL4271100.0
91) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who do you think you will vote for? (V161059)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know190.4
-4) Error20.0
-1) Inapplicable387090.6
1) Democratic governor candidate2054.8
2) Republican governor candidate1673.9
5) Other SPECIFY (name not on Ballot Card)60.1
TOTAL4271100.0
92) IF NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE BUT INTENDS TO REGISTER, OR IF REGISTERED BUT DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S REGISTRATION STATE: IF R INTENDS TO VOTE FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who do you think you will vote for? Which party is that? (V161060)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable421698.7
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic260.6
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican190.4
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention20.0
8) Other mention given as: DK (WEB, 1 case)10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
93) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: How about the election for governor? Do you prefer one of the candidates for governor? (V161061)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable421898.8
1) Yes110.3
2) No421.0
TOTAL4271100.0
94) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE: Who do you prefer? (V161062)
TOTAL%
-4) Error20.0
-1) Inapplicable426099.7
1) Democratic Senate candidate60.1
2) Republican Senate candidate30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
95) IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R DOES NOT INTEND TO REGISTER TO VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE IS BEING HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERS A CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR DISTRICT OF RESIDENCE: Who do you prefer? Which party is that? (V161063)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
96) PRE: SUMMARY - party of Pre-election Presidential vote/intent/preference (V161064X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable69116.2
10) Democratic Presidential candidate: voted early for candidate741.7
11) Republican Presidential candidate: voted early for candidate671.6
12) Other Presidential candidate: voted early for candidate70.2
20) Democratic Presidential candidate: intend to vote for candidate157036.8
21) Republican Presidential candidate: intend to vote for candidate135731.8
22) Other Presidential candidate: intend to vote for candidate3558.3
30) Democratic Presidential candidate: preference (no vote intent)691.6
31) Republican Presidential candidate: preference (no vote intent)661.5
32) Other Presidential candidate: preference (no vote intent)150.4
TOTAL4271100.0
97) PRE: SUMMARY - party of Pre-election U.S. House vote/intent/preference (V161065X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable141633.2
10) Democratic House candidate: voted early for candidate561.3
11) Republican House candidate: voted early for candidate611.4
12) Other House candidate: voted early for candidate50.1
20) Democratic House candidate: intend to vote for candidate125329.3
21) Republican House candidate: intend to vote for candidate129630.3
22) Other House candidate: intend to vote for candidate1363.2
30) Democratic House candidate: preference (no vote intent)220.5
31) Republican House candidate: preference (no vote intent)220.5
32) Other House candidate: preference (no vote intent)40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
98) PRE: SUMMARY - party of Pre-election U.S. Senate vote/intent/preference (V161066X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable217150.8
10) Democratic Senate candidate: voted early for candidate421.0
11) Republican Senate candidate: voted early for candidate390.9
12) Other Senate candidate: voted early for candidate90.2
20) Democratic Senate candidate: intend to vote for candidate104124.4
21) Republican Senate candidate: intend to vote for candidate83419.5
22) Other Senate candidate: intend to vote for candidate1092.6
30) Democratic Senate candidate: preference (no vote intent)110.3
31) Republican Senate candidate: preference (no vote intent)130.3
32) Other Senate candidate: preference (no vote intent)20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
99) PRE: SUMMARY - party of Pre-election Gubernatorial vote/intent/preference (V161067X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable382789.6
10) Democratic Gubernatorial candidate: voted early for candidate30.1
11) Republican Gubernatorial candidate: voted early for candidate70.2
20) Democratic Gubernatorial candidate: intend to vote for candidate2315.4
21) Republican Gubernatorial candidate: intend to vote for candidate1864.4
22) Other Gubernatorial candidate: intend to vote for candidate80.2
30) Democratic Gubernatorial candidate: preference (no vote intent)60.1
31) Republican Gubernatorial candidate: preference (no vote intent)30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
100) Is there anything in particular about Hillary Clinton that might make you want to vote for her? (V161068)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Yes194245.5
2) No231754.2
TOTAL4271100.0
101) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161069)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
102) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE FOR DEMOCRATIC PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161070A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
103) Is there anything in particular about Hillary Clinton that might make you want to vote against her? (V161071)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Yes260961.1
2) No164438.5
TOTAL4271100.0
104) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE AGAINST DEMOCRATIC PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161072)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
105) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE AGAINST DEMOCRATIC PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161073A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
106) Is there anything in particular about Donald Trump that might make you want to vote for him? (V161074)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused110.3
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Yes185443.4
2) No240256.2
TOTAL4271100.0
107) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161075)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
108) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE FOR REPUBLICAN PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161076A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
109) Is there anything in particular about Donald Trump that might make you want to vote against him? (V161077)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Yes292268.4
2) No133131.2
TOTAL4271100.0
110) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE AGAINST REPUBLICAN PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161078)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
111) IF THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAKE R VOTE AGAINST REPUBLICAN PRES CAND: (What is that?) (V161079A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
112) Do you approve or disapprove of the way the U.S. Congress has been handling its job? (V161080)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know1252.9
1) Approve101023.6
2) Disapprove311673.0
TOTAL4271100.0
113) IF R APPROVES U.S. CONGRESS HANDLING ITS JOB / IF R DISAPPROVES U.S. CONGRESS HANDLING ITS JOB: Do you [approve/disapprove] strongly or not strongly? (V161080A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable1453.4
1) Strongly257460.3
2) Not strongly154136.1
TOTAL4271100.0
114) PRE: SUMMARY - Approval/disapproval Congress handling job (V161080X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable1563.7
1) Approve strongly2796.5
2) Approve not strongly72617.0
3) Disapprove not strongly81519.1
4) Disapprove strongly229553.7
TOTAL4271100.0
115) Do you feel things in this country are generally going in the right direction, or do you feel things have pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? (V161081)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know210.5
1) Right direction108925.5
2) Wrong track314673.7
TOTAL4271100.0
116) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? (V161082)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused170.4
-8) Don't know290.7
1) Approve219451.4
2) Disapprove203147.6
TOTAL4271100.0
117) IF R APPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING JOB AS PRESIDENT / IF R DISAPPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING JOB AS PRESIDENT: Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (V161082A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know50.1
-1) Inapplicable461.1
1) Strongly308672.3
2) Not strongly113026.5
TOTAL4271100.0
118) PRE: SUMMARY - Approval/disapproval president handling job (V161082X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable551.3
1) Approve strongly145934.2
2) Approve not strongly72717.0
3) Disapprove not strongly4039.4
4) Disapprove strongly162738.1
TOTAL4271100.0
119) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling the economy? (V161083)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know360.8
1) Approve216150.6
2) Disapprove205948.2
TOTAL4271100.0
120) IF R APPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING ECONOMY / IF R DISAPPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING ECONOMY: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? / Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (V161083A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know40.1
-1) Inapplicable511.2
1) Strongly299070.0
2) Not strongly122328.6
TOTAL4271100.0
121) PRE: SUMMARY - Approval/disapproval president handling economy (V161083X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable581.4
1) Approve strongly134931.6
2) Approve not strongly80718.9
3) Disapprove not strongly4169.7
4) Disapprove strongly164138.4
TOTAL4271100.0
122) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling relations with foreign countries? (V161084)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know531.2
1) Approve206148.3
2) Disapprove213850.1
TOTAL4271100.0
123) IF R APPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING FOREIGN RELATIONS / IF R DISAPPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING FOREIGN RELATIONS: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? / Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (V161084A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable721.7
1) Strongly290668.0
2) Not strongly128930.2
TOTAL4271100.0
124) PRE: SUMMARY - Approval/disapproval president handling foreign relations (V161084X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable761.8
1) Approve strongly120028.1
2) Approve not strongly85720.1
3) Disapprove not strongly43210.1
4) Disapprove strongly170639.9
TOTAL4271100.0
125) Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling health care? (V161085)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know320.7
1) Approve174740.9
2) Disapprove248058.1
TOTAL4271100.0
126) IF R APPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING HEALTH CARE / IF R DISAPPROVES BARACK OBAMA HANDLING HEALTH CARE: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? / Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (V161085A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable441.0
1) Strongly322875.6
2) Not strongly99323.2
TOTAL4271100.0
127) PRE: SUMMARY - Approval/disapproval President (Obama) handling health care (V161085X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable501.2
1) Approve strongly110825.9
2) Approve not strongly63514.9
3) Disapprove not strongly3588.4
4) Disapprove strongly212049.6
TOTAL4271100.0
128) (How would you rate:) Hillary Clinton (V161086)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427140.90137
129) (How would you rate:) Donald Trump (V161087)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427135.65537
130) (How would you rate:) Gary Johnson (V161088)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42719.9762
131) (How would you rate:) Jill Stein (V161089)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42711.26966
132) (How would you rate:) Tim Kaine (V161090)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427118.60561
133) (How would you rate:) Mike Pence (V161091)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427126.50959
134) (How would you rate:) Barack Obama (V161092)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427152.33138
135) (How would you rate:) Bill Clinton (V161093)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427147.98635
136) (How would you rate:) Bill Weld (V161094)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271-18.68671
137) (How would you rate:) the Democratic Party (V161095)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427145.81935
138) (How would you rate:) the Republican Party (V161096)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427140.69233
139) Is there anything in particular that you like about the Democratic party? (V161097)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't Know190.4
1) Yes205848.2
2) No218451.1
TOTAL4271100.0
140) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R LIKES ABOUT DEMOCRATIC PARTY: (What is that?) (V161098)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
141) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R LIKES ABOUT DEMOCRATIC PARTY: (What is that?) (V161099A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
142) Is there anything in particular that you don't like about the Democratic party? (V161100)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't Know230.5
1) Yes230453.9
2) No192845.1
TOTAL4271100.0
143) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R DISLIKES ABOUT DEMOCRATIC PARTY: (What is that?) (V161101)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
144) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R DISLIKES ABOUT DEMOCRATIC PARTY: (What is that?) (V161102A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
145) Is there anything in particular that you like about the Republican party? (V161103)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't Know220.5
1) Yes195745.8
2) No227953.4
TOTAL4271100.0
146) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R LIKES ABOUT REPUBLICAN PARTY: (What is that?) (V161104)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
147) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R LIKES ABOUT REPUBLICAN PARTY: (What is that?) (V161105A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
148) Is there anything in particular that you don't like about the Republican party? (V161106)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-8) Don't Know200.5
1) Yes254159.5
2) No169239.6
TOTAL4271100.0
149) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R DISLIKES ABOUT REPUBLICAN PARTY: (What is that?) (V161107)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
150) IF R SAYS THERE IS SOMETHING THAT R DISLIKES ABOUT REPUBLICAN PARTY: (What is that?) (V161108A)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data, future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
151) Now on another topic. How many family members are living with you? (V161109)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
0) 0110625.9
1) 1128730.1
2) 276417.9
3) 356813.3
4) 43287.7
5) 51453.4
6) 6380.9
7) 7160.4
8) 890.2
9) 910.0
11) 1110.0
12) 1220.0
TOTAL4271100.0
152) IF R IS NOT LIVING AT HOME WITH FAMILY MEMBERS / IF R IS LIVING AT HOME WITH 1 OR MORE FAMILY MEMBERS: We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that [you / you and your family living here] are [much better off financially, somewhat better off, about the same, somewhat worse off, or much worse off / much worse off financially, somewhat worse off, about the same, somewhat better off, or much better off] than you were a year ago? (V161110)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused110.3
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Much better off2987.0
2) Somewhat better off90521.2
3) About the same198146.4
4) Somewhat worse off76317.9
5) Much worse off3117.3
TOTAL4271100.0
153) IF R IS NOT LIVING AT HOME WITH FAMILY MEMBERS / IF R IS LIVING AT HOME WITH 1 OR MORE FAMILY MEMBERS: Now looking ahead, do you think that a year from now [you / you and your family living here] will be [much better off financially, somewhat better off, about the same, somewhat worse off, or much worse off / much worse off financially, somewhat worse off, about the same, somewhat better off, or much better off] than now? (V161111)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know400.9
1) Much better off3778.8
2) Somewhat better off111526.1
3) About the same210949.4
4) Somewhat worse off49711.6
5) Much worse off1242.9
TOTAL4271100.0
154) Do you presently have any kind of health insurance? (V161112)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know10.0
1) Yes389191.1
2) No3748.8
TOTAL4271100.0
155) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose the health care reform law passed in 2010? This law requires all Americans to buy health insurance and requires health insurance companies to accept everyone. (V161113)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Favor157836.9
2) Oppose180842.3
3) Neither favor nor oppose88120.6
TOTAL4271100.0
156) IF R FAVORS THE 2010 HEALTH CARE LAW: Do you favor that [a great deal, moderately, or a little / a little, moderately, or a great deal]? (V161114A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable269363.1
1) A great deal75217.6
2) Moderately71216.7
3) A little1112.6
TOTAL4271100.0
157) IF R OPPOSES THE 2010 HEALTH CARE LAW: Do you oppose that [a great deal, moderately, or a little / a little, moderately, or a great deal]? (V161114B)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable246357.7
1) A great deal120828.3
2) Moderately52412.3
3) A little761.8
TOTAL4271100.0
158) PRE: Summary: favor/oppose 2010 health care law (V161114X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable70.2
1) Favor a great deal75217.6
2) Favor moderately71216.7
3) Favor a little1112.6
4) Neither favor nor oppose88120.6
5) Oppose a little761.8
6) Oppose moderately52412.3
7) Oppose a great deal120828.3
TOTAL4271100.0
159) Would you say that in general your health is [excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor / poor, fair, good, very good, or excellent]? (V161115)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
1) Excellent74217.4
2) Very good142933.5
3) Good134231.4
4) Fair60414.1
5) Poor1463.4
TOTAL4271100.0
160) IF ANGRY IS 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF ANGRY IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton] How often would you say you've felt angry because of the kind of person Hillary Clinton is or because of something she has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161116)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Never123428.9
2) Some of the time116627.3
3) About half the time42710.0
4) Most of the time72717.0
5) Always70316.5
TOTAL4271100.0
161) IF HOPEFUL IS 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF HOPEFUL IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton] How often would you say you've felt hopeful because of the kind of person Hillary Clinton is or because of something she has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161117)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Never184043.1
2) Some of the time90021.1
3) About half the time48411.3
4) Most of the time74117.3
5) Always2916.8
TOTAL4271100.0
162) IF AFRAID IS 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF AFRAID IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton] How often would you say you've felt afraid because of the kind of person Hillary Clinton is or because of something she has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161118)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Never161137.7
2) Some of the time92021.5
3) About half the time4239.9
4) Most of the time65715.4
5) Always65015.2
TOTAL4271100.0
163) IF PROUD IS 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF PROUD IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton] How often would you say you've felt proud because of the kind of person Hillary Clinton is or because of something she has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161119)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Never197346.2
2) Some of the time91821.5
3) About half the time42910.0
4) Most of the time68616.1
5) Always2535.9
TOTAL4271100.0
164) IF DISGUSTED IS 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF DISGUSTED IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton] How often would you say you've felt disgusted because of the kind of person Hillary Clinton is or because of something she has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161120)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Never134931.6
2) Some of the time99423.3
3) About half the time3618.5
4) Most of the time73517.2
5) Always81719.1
TOTAL4271100.0
165) IF ANGRY IS 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF ANGRY IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump] How often would you say you've felt angry because of the kind of person Donald Trump is or because of something he has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161121)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Never91721.5
2) Some of the time111326.1
3) About half the time44810.5
4) Most of the time84219.7
5) Always93721.9
TOTAL4271100.0
166) IF HOPEFUL IS 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF HOPEFUL IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump] How often would you say you've felt hopeful because of the kind of person Donald Trump is or because of something he has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161122)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Never210049.2
2) Some of the time75617.7
3) About half the time46710.9
4) Most of the time66415.5
5) Always2736.4
TOTAL4271100.0
167) IF AFRAID IS 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF AFRAID IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump] How often would you say you've felt afraid because of the kind of person Donald Trump is or because of something he has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161123)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Never115527.0
2) Some of the time95222.3
3) About half the time44410.4
4) Most of the time78118.3
5) Always92221.6
TOTAL4271100.0
168) IF PROUD IS 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF PROUD IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump] How often would you say you've felt proud because of the kind of person Donald Trump is or because of something he has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161124)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Never238055.7
2) Some of the time76818.0
3) About half the time44410.4
4) Most of the time47611.1
5) Always1924.5
TOTAL4271100.0
169) IF DISGUSTED IS 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF DISGUSTED IS NOT 1ST AFFECT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump] How often would you say you've felt disgusted because of the kind of person Donald Trump is or because of something he has done - [never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / always, most of the time, about half the time, some of the time, or never]? (V161125)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Never75017.6
2) Some of the time110425.8
3) About half the time3939.2
4) Most of the time86320.2
5) Always114926.9
TOTAL4271100.0
170) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161126)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Extremely liberal1463.4
2) Liberal50611.8
3) Slightly liberal3808.9
4) Moderate, middle of the road89521.0
5) Slightly conservative50811.9
6) Conservative70316.5
7) Extremely conservative1663.9
99) Haven't thought much about this (FTF ONLY: DO NOT PROBE)94422.1
TOTAL4271100.0
171) IF LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE SELF-PLACEMENT IS MODERATE, DK, OR HAVEN'T THOUGHT: If you had to choose, would you consider yourself a liberal or a conservative? (V161127)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused230.5
-8) Don't know461.1
-1) Inapplicable240956.4
1) Liberal3157.4
2) Conservative48511.4
3) Moderate99323.2
TOTAL4271100.0
172) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this scale? (V161128)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused441.0
-8) Don't know701.6
1) Extremely liberal102524.0
2) Liberal127429.8
3) Slightly liberal61914.5
4) Moderate, middle of the road69516.3
5) Slightly conservative2375.5
6) Conservative2125.0
7) Extremely conservative952.2
TOTAL4271100.0
173) Where would you place Donald Trump on this scale? (V161129)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-8) Don't know1082.5
1) Extremely liberal3317.7
2) Liberal2626.1
3) Slightly liberal2125.0
4) Moderate, middle of the road61414.4
5) Slightly conservative83319.5
6) Conservative107225.1
7) Extremely conservative78018.3
TOTAL4271100.0
174) Where would you place the Democratic Party on this scale? (V161130)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused360.8
-8) Don't know581.4
1) Extremely liberal92021.5
2) Liberal149735.1
3) Slightly liberal60314.1
4) Moderate, middle of the road69616.3
5) Slightly conservative1814.2
6) Conservative2034.8
7) Extremely conservative771.8
TOTAL4271100.0
175) Where would you place the Republican Party on this scale? (V161131)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused411.0
-8) Don't know671.6
1) Extremely liberal1222.9
2) Liberal2445.7
3) Slightly liberal1854.3
4) Moderate, middle of the road57413.4
5) Slightly conservative56813.3
6) Conservative150735.3
7) Extremely conservative96322.5
TOTAL4271100.0
176) PRE: SUMMARY - PLACEMENT 1 or PLACEMENT 2 (V161132)
TOTAL%
10) Assigned to early placement - nonvoter (PLACEMENT 1)207448.6
11) Assigned to early placement - voter (PLACEMENT 1)852.0
20) Assigned to late placement - nonvoter (PLACEMENT 2)204147.8
21) Assigned to late placement - voter (PLACEMENT 2)711.7
TOTAL4271100.0
177) IF R HAS NOT INDICATED DEFINITELY VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 ELECTIONS: IF R IS SELECTED FOR EARLY PLACEMENT OF THIS QUESTION: How likely is it that you will vote in the general election this November? (V161133)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable219751.4
1) Extremely likely139132.6
2) Very likely2596.1
3) Moderately likely1323.1
4) Slightly likely872.0
5) Not likely at all2034.8
TOTAL4271100.0
178) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO EARLY PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Now, thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in the national vote? Respondents were assigned to early or late placement of this question. (V161134A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427124.32629
179) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO EARLY PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Now, thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in the national vote? Respondents were assigned to early or late placement of this question. (V161134B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427120.2825
180) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO EARLY PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in your state? Respondents were assigned to early or late placement of this question. (V161135A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427124.04432
181) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO EARLY PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in your state? Respondents were assigned to early or late placement of this question. (V161135B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427121.22128
182) Do you think it is better when one party controls both the presidency and Congress, better when control is split between the Democrats and Republicans, or doesn't it matter? (V161136)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know220.5
1) Better when one party controls both109025.5
2) Better when control is split211049.4
3) It doesn't matter102924.1
TOTAL4271100.0
183) Do you think the difference in incomes between rich people and poor people in the United States today is larger, smaller, or about the same as it was 20 years ago? (V161137)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know160.4
1) Larger346281.1
2) Smaller2215.2
3) About the same56813.3
TOTAL4271100.0
184) IF INCOME GAP TODAY IS LARGER THAN IT WAS 20 YEARS AGO: (Would you say the difference in incomes is) much larger or somewhat larger? (V161138A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable80918.9
1) Much248758.2
2) Somewhat97022.7
TOTAL4271100.0
185) IF INCOME GAP TODAY IS SMALLER THAN IT WAS 20 YEARS AGO: (Would you say the difference in incomes is) much smaller or somewhat smaller? (V161138B)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable405094.8
1) Much761.8
2) Somewhat1453.4
TOTAL4271100.0
186) PRE: SUMMARY - larger/smaller income gap today. (V161138X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable250.6
1) Much larger248758.2
2) Somewhat larger97022.7
3) About the same56813.3
4) Somewhat smaller1453.4
5) Much smaller761.8
TOTAL4271100.0
187) What do you think about the state of the economy these days in the United States? Would you say the state of the economy is [very good, good, neither good nor bad, bad, or very bad / very bad, bad, neither good nor bad, good, or very good]? (V161139)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Very good691.6
2) Good96522.6
3) Neither good nor bad137732.2
4) Bad137232.1
5) Very bad47911.2
TOTAL4271100.0
188) Now thinking about the economy in the country as a whole, would you say that over the past year the nation's economy has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? (V161140)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Gotten better120428.2
2) Stayed about the same180642.3
3) Gotten worse124929.2
TOTAL4271100.0
189) IF R THINKS THE ECONOMY HAS GOTTEN BETTER IN THE PAST YEAR / IF R THINKS THE ECONOMY HAS GOTTEN WORSE IN THE PAST YEAR: [Much better or somewhat better? / Much worse or somewhat worse?] (V161140A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-1) Inapplicable181842.6
1) Much82519.3
2) Somewhat162138.0
TOTAL4271100.0
190) PRE: SUMMARY - economy better/worse in last year. (V161140X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable190.4
1) Much better2495.8
2) Somewhat better95122.3
3) About the same180642.3
4) Somewhat worse67015.7
5) Much worse57613.5
TOTAL4271100.0
191) What about the next 12 months? Do you expect the economy, in the country as a whole, to get better, stay about the same, or get worse? (V161141)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know611.4
1) Get better106024.8
2) Stay about the same222852.2
3) Get worse90321.1
TOTAL4271100.0
192) IF R THINKS ECONOMY WILL BE BETTER IN NEXT 12 MONTHS / IF R THINKS ECONOMY WILL BE WORSE IN NEXT 12 MONTHS: [Much better or somewhat better / Much worse or somewhat worse]? (V161141A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable230854.0
1) Much56713.3
2) Somewhat139032.5
TOTAL4271100.0
193) PRE: SUMMARY - economy better/worse in next year. (V161141X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable862.0
1) Get much better2566.0
2) Get somewhat better79818.7
3) About the same222852.2
4) Get somewhat worse59213.9
5) Get much worse3117.3
TOTAL4271100.0
194) Would you say that over the past year, the level of unemployment in the country has gotten better, stayed about the same, or gotten worse? (V161142)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know110.3
1) Better158337.1
2) About the same167939.3
3) Worse99223.2
TOTAL4271100.0
195) IF R SAYS UNEMPLOYMENT HAS GOTTEN BETTER / IF R SAYS UNEMPLOYMENT HAS GOTTEN WORSE: [Would you say much better or somewhat better / Would you say much worse or somewhat worse]? (V161142A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable169639.7
1) Much77618.2
2) Somewhat179542.0
TOTAL4271100.0
196) PRE: SUMMARY: more/less unemployment in last year (V161142X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable210.5
1) Much better3297.7
2) Somewhat better125129.3
3) About the same167939.3
4) Somewhat worse54412.7
5) Much worse44710.5
TOTAL4271100.0
197) How about people out of work during the coming 12 months -- do you think that there will be more unemployment than now, about the same, or less? (V161143)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know421.0
1) More78918.5
2) About the same268562.9
3) Less74117.3
TOTAL4271100.0
198) Which party do you think would do a better job of handling the nation's economy? [the Democrats, the Republicans / the Republicans, the Democrats], or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (V161144)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know210.5
1) Democrats134731.5
2) Republicans144933.9
3) Not much difference between them143133.5
4) Neither party100.2
TOTAL4271100.0
199) How much do you care who wins the presidential election this fall? (V161145)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know30.1
1) A great deal240056.2
2) A lot85620.0
3) A moderate amount63014.8
4) A little2185.1
5) Not at all1603.7
TOTAL4271100.0
200) Who do you think will be elected president in November? (V161146)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused360.8
-8) Don't know852.0
1) Hillary Clinton257860.4
2) Donald Trump142533.4
3) Other Specify, specified as: Hillary Clinton30.1
4) Other Specify, specified as: Donald Trump10.0
5) Other SPECIFY531.2
6) Other specify as statement against both major party candidates220.5
7) Other specify given as: DK370.9
8) Other Specify- no specification given (WEB)/ specify is RF (FTF 1 case, WEB 1 case)260.6
9) Other Specify- don't care, doesn't matter, won't vote50.1
TOTAL4271100.0
201) IF R THINKS DEMOCRATIC PRES CANDIDATE WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R THINKS REPUBLICAN PRES CANDIDATE WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R THINKS OTHER PRES CAND WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R DOESN'T KNOW WHO WILL WIN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Do you think the presidential race will be close or will [Hillary Clinton / Donald Trump / other name / one candidate] win by quite a bit? (V161147)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know150.4
-1) Inapplicable40.1
1) Will be close307772.0
2) Win by quite a bit116727.3
TOTAL4271100.0
202) What about here in [PRELOAD: sample state]? Which candidate for president do you think will carry this state? IF NECESSARY: Which candidate will win in this state? (V161148)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused230.5
-8) Don't know461.1
1) Hillary Clinton223052.2
2) Donald Trump190044.5
3) Other Specify, specified as: Hillary Clinton10.0
5) Other SPECIFY280.7
6) Other specify as statement against both major party candidates30.1
7) Other specify given as: DK200.5
8) Other Specify- no specification given (WEB)/ specify is RF (FTF 1 case, WEB 1 case)180.4
9) Other Specify- don't care, doesn't matter, won't vote20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
203) IF R THINKS DEMOCRATIC PRES CANDIDATE WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R THINKS REPUBLICAN PRES CANDIDATE WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R THINKS OTHER PRES CAND WILL WIN ELECTION / IF R DOESN'T KNOW WHO WILL WIN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Do you think the presidential race will be close here in [PRELOAD: sample state] or will [Hillary Clinton / Donald Trump / other name / one candidate] win by quite a bit? (V161149)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused110.3
-8) Don't know230.5
-1) Inapplicable30.1
1) Will be close212649.8
2) Win by quite a bit210849.4
TOTAL4271100.0
204) IF R SELECTED FOR VERSION 1A OF VERSION 1A / VERSION 1B SPLICE: Different people feel differently about voting. For some, voting is a duty - they feel they should vote in every election no matter how they feel about the candidates and parties. For others voting is a choice - they feel free to vote or not to vote, depending on how they feel about the candidates and parties. For you personally, is voting mainly a duty, mainly a choice, or neither a duty nor a choice? (V161150A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable214650.2
1) Mainly a duty106224.9
2) Mainly a choice84719.8
3) Neither a duty nor a choice2104.9
TOTAL4271100.0
205) IF R SELECTED FOR VERSION 1B OF VERSION 1A / VERSION 1B SPLICE: Different people feel differently about voting. For some, voting is a choice - they feel free to vote or not to vote, depending on how they feel about the candidates and parties. For others voting is a duty - they feel they should vote in every election no matter how they feel about the candidates and parties. For you personally, is voting mainly a choice, mainly a duty, or neither a choice nor a duty? (V161150B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-1) Inapplicable212549.8
1) Mainly a choice77018.0
2) Mainly a duty112226.3
3) Neither a duty nor a choice2495.8
TOTAL4271100.0
206) IF R CONSIDERS VOTING A DUTY: How strongly do you feel that voting is a duty? (V161151A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable208748.9
1) Very strongly148234.7
2) Moderately strongly56713.3
3) A little strongly1333.1
TOTAL4271100.0
207) IF R CONSIDERS VOTING A CHOICE: How strongly do you feel that voting is a choice? (V161151B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable265462.1
1) Very strongly80518.8
2) Moderately strongly62614.7
3) A little strongly1834.3
TOTAL4271100.0
208) PRE: SUMMARY - Voting as duty or choice (V161151X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable160.4
1) Very strongly feel that voting is a duty148234.7
2) Moderately strongly feel that voting is a duty56713.3
3) A little strongly feel that voting is a duty1333.1
4) Feel that voting is neither a duty nor a choice45910.7
5) A little strongly feel that voting is a choice1834.3
6) Moderately strongly feel that voting is a choice62614.7
7) Very strongly feel that voting is a choice80518.8
TOTAL4271100.0
209) Turning to some other types of issues facing the country. During the past year, would you say that the United States' position in the world has grown weaker, stayed about the same, or has it grown stronger? (V161152)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Weaker232554.4
2) Stayed about the same160337.5
3) Stronger3267.6
TOTAL4271100.0
210) Do you agree or disagree with this statement: 'This country would be better off if we just stayed home and did not concern ourselves with problems in other parts of the world.' (V161153)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know190.4
1) Agree132030.9
2) Disagree291168.2
TOTAL4271100.0
211) How willing should the United States be to use military force to solve international problems? (V161154)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know120.3
1) Extremely willing1884.4
2) Very willing52912.4
3) Moderately willing220451.6
4) A little willing105124.6
5) Not willing at all2666.2
TOTAL4271100.0
212) Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as [a Democrat, a Republican / a Republican, a Democrat], an independent, or what? (V161155)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know100.2
0) No preference (FTF ONLY)491.1
1) Democrat145134.0
2) Republican123128.8
3) Independent136732.0
5) Other party SPECIFY1483.5
TOTAL4271100.0
213) Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as [a Democrat, a Republican / a Republican, a Democrat], an independent, or what? (V161155A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable412396.5
4) Other specify given as: Democrat10.0
5) Other party SPECIFY862.0
6) Other specify given as: no preference/neither/none400.9
7) Other specify given as: DK60.1
8) Other specify - no specification given (WEB)/specify is RF (WEB: 2 cases)150.4
TOTAL4271100.0
214) IF R CONSIDERS SELF A DEMOCRAT: / IF R CONSIDERS SELF A REPUBLICAN: Would you call yourself a strong [Democrat / Republican] or a not very strong [Democrat / Republican]? (V161156)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable158937.2
1) Strong161137.7
2) Not very strong106825.0
TOTAL4271100.0
215) IF R'S PARTY IDENTIFICATION IS INDEPENDENT, NO PREFERENCE, OTHER, DK: Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party or to the Democratic Party? (V161157)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know90.2
-1) Inapplicable268562.9
1) Closer to Republican50011.7
2) Neither57913.6
3) Closer to Democratic49011.5
TOTAL4271100.0
216) PRE: SUMMARY - Party ID (V161158X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know110.3
1) Strong Democrat89020.8
2) Not very strong Democrat56013.1
3) Independent-Democrat49011.5
4) Independent57913.6
5) Independent-Republican50011.7
6) Not very strong Republican50811.9
7) Strong Republican72116.9
TOTAL4271100.0
217) IF TRAIT IS 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Hillary Clinton. In your opinion, does the phrase 'she provides strong leadership' describe Hillary Clinton? / (What about) 'provides strong leadership'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton? (V161159)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Extremely well58113.6
2) Very well85820.1
3) Moderately well94022.0
4) Slightly well64215.0
5) Not well at all123228.8
TOTAL4271100.0
218) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'really cares about people like you'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton? (V161160)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Extremely well44710.5
2) Very well70416.5
3) Moderately well85920.1
4) Slightly well66215.5
5) Not well at all158137.0
TOTAL4271100.0
219) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'is knowledgeable'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton? (V161161)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Extremely well113926.7
2) Very well115427.0
3) Moderately well97322.8
4) Slightly well52212.2
5) Not well at all46310.8
TOTAL4271100.0
220) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'is honest'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton? (V161162)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Extremely well1824.3
2) Very well44910.5
3) Moderately well87520.5
4) Slightly well64715.1
5) Not well at all209849.1
TOTAL4271100.0
221) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'speaks her mind'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton? (V161163)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Extremely well50911.9
2) Very well99223.2
3) Moderately well119227.9
4) Slightly well73017.1
5) Not well at all82619.3
TOTAL4271100.0
222) IF TRAIT IS 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE / IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: [Think about Donald Trump. In your opinion, does the phrase 'he provides strong leadership' describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? / (What about) 'provides strong leadership'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161164)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Extremely well53912.6
2) Very well77118.1
3) Moderately well78218.3
4) Slightly well57113.4
5) Not well at all158737.2
TOTAL4271100.0
223) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'really cares about people like you'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161165)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Extremely well2966.9
2) Very well53112.4
3) Moderately well75517.7
4) Slightly well52112.2
5) Not well at all214450.2
TOTAL4271100.0
224) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'is knowledgeable'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161166)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Extremely well2716.3
2) Very well61014.3
3) Moderately well94622.1
4) Slightly well73917.3
5) Not well at all167839.3
TOTAL4271100.0
225) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'is honest'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161167)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know120.3
1) Extremely well2987.0
2) Very well65515.3
3) Moderately well82319.3
4) Slightly well61614.4
5) Not well at all185343.4
TOTAL4271100.0
226) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'speaks his mind'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161168)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Extremely well238155.7
2) Very well108525.4
3) Moderately well3488.1
4) Slightly well1533.6
5) Not well at all2846.6
TOTAL4271100.0
227) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'even-tempered'? Does this phrase describe Hillary Clinton extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161169)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know130.3
1) Extremely well60114.1
2) Very well93721.9
3) Moderately well119428.0
4) Slightly well71516.7
5) Not well at all79718.7
TOTAL4271100.0
228) IF TRAIT IS NOT 1ST TRAIT FOR REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: (What about) 'even-tempered'? Does this phrase describe Donald Trump [extremely well, very well, moderately well, slightly well, or not well at all/ not well at all, slightly well, moderately well, very well, or extremely well]? (V161170)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Extremely well1132.6
2) Very well2054.8
3) Moderately well79618.6
4) Slightly well74017.3
5) Not well at all239556.1
TOTAL4271100.0
229) Would you prefer a government official who compromises to get things done, or who sticks to his or her principles no matter what? (V161171)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know190.4
1) Compromises to get things done274364.2
2) Sticks to his or her principles no matter what148134.7
TOTAL4271100.0
230) When political parties choose their candidate for president, should the choice be made entirely by voters, mostly by voters with some say from party leaders, equally by voters and party leaders, mostly by party leaders with some say from voters, or entirely by party leaders? (V161172)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Entirely by voters228653.5
2) Mostly by voters with some say from party leaders107325.1
3) Equally by voters and party leaders75217.6
4) Mostly by party leaders with some say from voters1032.4
5) Entirely by party leaders360.8
TOTAL4271100.0
231) In your view, do Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job of representing the American people, or do they do such a poor job that a third major party is needed? (V161173)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused390.9
-8) Don't know481.1
1) Adequate job179141.9
2) Such a poor job that a third major party is needed239356.0
TOTAL4271100.0
232) In thinking about the presidential election, how much would you like to have a serious independent or third party candidate as an alternative option to the Democratic and Republican Party nominees? (V161174)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know60.1
1) A great deal118527.7
2) A lot72316.9
3) A moderate amount100523.5
4) A little53212.5
5) Not at all80118.8
TOTAL4271100.0
233) When selecting someone for the Supreme Court, how much should the nominee's legal qualifications be considered? (V161175)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused170.4
-8) Don't know90.2
1) A great deal289467.8
2) A lot79618.6
3) A moderate amount43610.2
4) A little621.5
5) Not at all571.3
TOTAL4271100.0
234) When selecting someone for the Supreme Court, how much should the way the nominee is likely to vote on controversial issues be considered? (V161176)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know110.3
1) A great deal156836.7
2) A lot101023.6
3) A moderate amount108625.4
4) A little2054.8
5) Not at all3718.7
TOTAL4271100.0
235) The president has nominated Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. What do you think the Senate should do? Should the Senate hold a vote on whether to confirm Merrick Garland, or should the Senate wait until next year for the new president to nominate someone? (V161177)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused411.0
-8) Don't know571.3
1) Hold a vote on whether to confirm Merrick Garland229553.7
2) Wait until next year for the new president to nominate someone187844.0
TOTAL4271100.0
236) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161178)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Government should provide many fewer services3788.9
2) 244510.4
3) 359814.0
4) 490821.3
5) 563714.9
6) 63678.6
7) Government should provide many more services2956.9
99) Haven't thought much about this62614.7
TOTAL4271100.0
237) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this issue? (V161179)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused310.7
-8) Don't know501.2
1) Government should provide many fewer services1493.5
2) 21092.6
3) 32044.8
4) 471416.7
5) 594622.1
6) 697422.8
7) Government should provide many more services109425.6
TOTAL4271100.0
238) Where would you place Donald Trump on this issue? (V161180)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused370.9
-8) Don't know721.7
1) Government should provide many fewer services101223.7
2) 297922.9
3) 380418.8
4) 472216.9
5) 52696.3
6) 61764.1
7) Government should provide many more services2004.7
TOTAL4271100.0
239) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161181)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Government should decrease defense spending1844.3
2) 22495.8
3) 34119.6
4) 4100823.6
5) 578718.4
6) 659413.9
7) Government should increase defense spending45010.5
99) Haven't thought much about this56813.3
TOTAL4271100.0
240) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this issue? (V161182)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused350.8
-8) Don't know651.5
1) Government should decrease defense spending49811.7
2) 255613.0
3) 367415.8
4) 4127229.8
5) 568216.0
6) 62987.0
7) Government should increase defense spending1914.5
TOTAL4271100.0
241) Where would you place Donald Trump on this issue? (V161183)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused380.9
-8) Don't know641.5
1) Government should decrease defense spending1704.0
2) 21523.6
3) 32285.3
4) 457213.4
5) 571916.8
6) 6113726.6
7) Government should increase defense spending119127.9
TOTAL4271100.0
242) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161184)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Government insurance plan64015.0
2) 23899.1
3) 33939.2
4) 474517.4
5) 547811.2
6) 649711.6
7) Private insurance plan62414.6
99) Haven't thought much about this49011.5
TOTAL4271100.0
243) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this issue? (V161185)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused350.8
-8) Don't know691.6
1) Government insurance plan132631.0
2) 276117.8
3) 367915.9
4) 476317.9
5) 52726.4
6) 61914.5
7) Private insurance plan1754.1
TOTAL4271100.0
244) Where would you place Donald Trump on this issue? (V161186)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused350.8
-8) Don't know952.2
1) Government insurance plan1623.8
2) 21353.2
3) 31653.9
4) 461114.3
5) 556913.3
6) 693521.9
7) Private insurance plan156436.6
TOTAL4271100.0
245) Do you think the federal government should make it more difficult for people to buy a gun than it is now, make it easier for people to buy a gun, or keep these rules about the same as they are now? (V161187)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know80.2
1) More difficult227053.1
2) Easier2756.4
3) Keep these rules about the same170239.9
TOTAL4271100.0
246) How important is this issue to you personally? (V161188)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Extremely important139332.6
2) Very important134731.5
3) Somewhat important106625.0
4) Not too important3127.3
5) Not important at all1403.3
TOTAL4271100.0
247) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161189)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know40.1
1) Government should see to jobs and standard of living3688.6
2) 23277.7
3) 350911.9
4) 482419.3
5) 563814.9
6) 661114.3
7) Government should let each person get ahead on own49711.6
99) Haven't thought much about this48111.3
TOTAL4271100.0
248) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this issue? (V161190)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused310.7
-8) Don't know611.4
1) Government should see to jobs and standard of living87220.4
2) 282319.3
3) 392021.5
4) 488120.6
5) 53428.0
6) 61704.0
7) Government should let each person get ahead on own1714.0
TOTAL4271100.0
249) Where would you place Donald Trump on this issue? (V161191)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused340.8
-8) Don't know641.5
1) Government should see to jobs and standard of living1673.9
2) 21323.1
3) 31804.2
4) 457613.5
5) 549111.5
6) 695822.4
7) Government should let each person get ahead on own166939.1
TOTAL4271100.0
250) Which comes closest to your view about what government policy should be toward unauthorized immigrants now living in the United States? (V161192)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused521.2
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Make all unauthorized immigrants felons and send them back to their home country.70316.5
2) Have a guest worker program in order to work.64415.1
3) Allow to remain and eventually qualify for U.S. citizenship, if they meet.244857.3
4) Allow to remain and eventually qualify for U.S. citizenship without penalties.4179.8
TOTAL4271100.0
251) Some people have proposed that the U.S. Constitution should be changed so that the children of unauthorized immigrants do not automatically get citizenship if they are born in this country. Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose this proposal? (V161193)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Favor135231.7
2) Oppose168839.5
3) Neither favor nor oppose121028.3
TOTAL4271100.0
252) IF R FAVORS CHANGING CONSTITUTION - US-BORN CHILDREN OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS / IF R FAVORS CHANGING CONSTITUTION - US-BORN CHILDREN OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161193A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable123128.8
1) A great deal176741.4
2) A moderate amount103224.2
3) A little2385.6
TOTAL4271100.0
253) PRE: SUMMARY - birthright citizenship (V161194X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know80.2
1) Favor a great deal77318.1
2) Favor a moderate amount47511.1
3) Favor a little1032.4
4) Neither favor nor oppose121028.3
5) Oppose a little1353.2
6) Oppose a moderate amount55713.0
7) Oppose a great deal99423.3
TOTAL4271100.0
254) What should happen to immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children and have lived here for at least 10 years and graduated high school here? Should they be sent back where they came from, or should they be allowed to live and work in the United States? (V161195)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused431.0
-8) Don't know280.7
1) Should be sent back where they came from77418.1
2) Should be allowed to live and work in the U.S.342680.2
TOTAL4271100.0
255) IF R OPINION ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CHILDREN RAISED IN U.S. IS NOT DK/RF: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, a great deal]? (V161195A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable701.6
1) A great deal188044.0
2) A moderate amount176941.4
3) A little54712.8
TOTAL4271100.0
256) PRE: SUMMARY - Children brought illegally (V161195X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused471.1
-8) Don't know290.7
1) Should send back - favor a great deal3297.7
2) Should send back - favor a moderate amount3327.8
3) Should send back - favor a little1122.6
4) Should allow to stay - favor a little43510.2
5) Should allow to stay - favor a moderate amount143733.6
6) Should allow to stay - favor a great deal155036.3
TOTAL4271100.0
257) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose building a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico? (V161196)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused110.3
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Favor137032.1
2) Oppose194745.6
3) Neither favor nor oppose93421.9
TOTAL4271100.0
258) IF R FAVORS BUILDING A WALL ON THE U.S. BORDER WITH MEXICO / IF R OPPOSES BUILDING A WALL ON THE U.S. BORDER WITH MEXICO: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161196A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable95422.3
1) A great deal239156.0
2) A moderate amount75417.7
3) A little1694.0
TOTAL4271100.0
259) PRE: SUMMARY - Build wall with Mexico (V161196X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know110.3
1) Favor a great deal88020.6
2) Favor a moderate amount4079.5
3) Favor a little821.9
4) Neither favor nor oppose93421.9
5) Oppose a little872.0
6) Oppose a moderate amount3478.1
7) Oppose a great deal151135.4
TOTAL4271100.0
260) How important do you think it is that everyone in the United States learn to speak English? Very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important? (V161197)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
1) Very important284866.7
2) Somewhat important99923.4
3) Not very important2676.3
4) Not at all important1503.5
TOTAL4271100.0
261) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161198)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused170.4
-8) Don't know120.3
1) Government should help Blacks3708.7
2) 23237.6
3) 33989.3
4) 487420.5
5) 547811.2
6) 657313.4
7) Blacks should help themselves73817.3
99) Haven't thought much about this48811.4
TOTAL4271100.0
262) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this issue? (V161199)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused360.8
-8) Don't know731.7
1) Government should help Blacks105624.7
2) 279518.6
3) 382519.3
4) 493421.9
5) 52475.8
6) 61313.1
7) Blacks should help themselves1744.1
TOTAL4271100.0
263) Where would you place Donald Trump on this issue? (V161200)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused340.8
-8) Don't know701.6
1) Government should help Blacks1323.1
2) 2912.1
3) 31643.8
4) 468015.9
5) 555413.0
6) 682619.3
7) Blacks should help themselves172040.3
TOTAL4271100.0
264) Where would you place yourself on this scale, or haven't you thought much about this? (V161201)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know10.0
1) Regulate business to protect the environment and create jobs89621.0
2) 261614.4
3) 356113.1
4) 466415.5
5) 53498.2
6) 62786.5
7) No regulation because it will not work and will cost jobs1844.3
99) Haven't thought much about this70916.6
TOTAL4271100.0
265) Where would you place Hillary Clinton on this scale? (V161202)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know962.2
1) Regulate business to protect the environment and create jobs107625.2
2) 292921.8
3) 376017.8
4) 485320.0
5) 52505.9
6) 61383.2
7) No regulation because it will not work and will cost jobs1273.0
TOTAL4271100.0
266) Where would you place Donald Trump on this scale? (V161203)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused461.1
-8) Don't know1022.4
1) Regulate business to protect the environment and create jobs2135.0
2) 21834.3
3) 32686.3
4) 475117.6
5) 557013.3
6) 681419.1
7) No regulation because it will not work and will cost jobs132431.0
TOTAL4271100.0
267) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose allowing universities to increase the number of black students studying at their schools by considering race along with other factors when choosing students? (V161204)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know260.6
1) Favor78218.3
2) Oppose188444.1
3) Neither favor nor oppose155836.5
TOTAL4271100.0
268) IF R FAVORS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AT UNIVERSITIES: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161204A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable348981.7
1) A great deal3458.1
2) A moderate amount3468.1
3) A little892.1
TOTAL4271100.0
269) IF R OPPOSES AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AT UNIVERSITIES: Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161204B)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable238755.9
1) A great deal110025.8
2) A moderate amount62614.7
3) A little1583.7
TOTAL4271100.0
270) PRE: SUMMARY - Favor or oppose affirmative action in universities (V161204X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused220.5
-8) Don't know270.6
1) Favor a great deal3458.1
2) Favor a moderate amount3468.1
3) Favor a little892.1
4) Neither favor nor oppose155836.5
5) Oppose a little1583.7
6) Oppose a moderate amount62614.7
7) Oppose a great deal110025.8
TOTAL4271100.0
271) (What about) Social Security (Should federal spending on Social Security be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161205)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused170.4
-8) Don't know140.3
1) Increased249858.5
2) Decreased2576.0
3) Kept the same148534.8
TOTAL4271100.0
272) (What about) Public schools (Should federal spending on public schools be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161206)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Increased296269.4
2) Decreased3267.6
3) Kept the same96022.5
TOTAL4271100.0
273) (What about) Science and technology (Should federal spending on science and technology be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161207)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused170.4
-8) Don't know120.3
1) Increased247557.9
2) Decreased3197.5
3) Kept the same144833.9
TOTAL4271100.0
274) (What about) Dealing with crime (Should federal spending on dealing with crime be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161208)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Increased269263.0
2) Decreased3418.0
3) Kept the same121528.4
TOTAL4271100.0
275) (What about) Welfare programs (Should federal spending on welfare programs be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161209)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know220.5
1) Increased76818.0
2) Decreased198446.5
3) Kept the same147734.6
TOTAL4271100.0
276) (What about) Child care (Should federal spending on child care be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161210)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused240.6
-8) Don't know250.6
1) Increased203747.7
2) Decreased56613.3
3) Kept the same161937.9
TOTAL4271100.0
277) (What about) Aid to the poor (Should federal spending on aid to the poor be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161211)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused220.5
-8) Don't know210.5
1) Increased178941.9
2) Decreased73017.1
3) Kept the same170940.0
TOTAL4271100.0
278) (What about) Protecting the environment (Should federal spending on protecting the environment be increased, decreased, or kept the same?) (V161212)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know120.3
1) Increased226553.0
2) Decreased57713.5
3) Kept the same139832.7
TOTAL4271100.0
279) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose the U.S. sending ground troops to fight Islamic militants, such as ISIS, in Iraq and Syria? (V161213)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know180.4
1) Favor156936.7
2) Oppose139932.8
3) Neither favor nor oppose126429.6
TOTAL4271100.0
280) IF R FAVORS SENDING U.S. GROUND TROOPS TO FIGHT ISLAMIC MILITANTS LIKE ISIS / IF R OPPOSES SENDING U.S. GROUND TROOPS TO FIGHT ISLAMIC MILITANTS LIKE ISIS: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161213A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable130330.5
1) A great deal134431.5
2) A moderate amount131730.8
3) A little3067.2
TOTAL4271100.0
281) PRE: SUMMARY - send troops to fight ISIS (V161213X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused220.5
-8) Don't know180.4
1) Favor a great deal64815.2
2) Favor a moderate amount74417.4
3) Favor a little1774.1
4) Neither favor nor oppose126429.6
5) Oppose a little1293.0
6) Oppose a moderate amount57313.4
7) Oppose a great deal69616.3
TOTAL4271100.0
282) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose allowing Syrian refugees to come to the United States? (V161214)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know170.4
1) Favor98123.0
2) Oppose205648.1
3) Neither favor nor oppose119728.0
TOTAL4271100.0
283) IF R FAVORS ALLOWING SYRIAN REFUGEES TO COME TO THE U.S. / IF R OPPOSES ALLOWING SYRIAN REFUGEES TO COME TO THE U.S.: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V161214A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable123428.9
1) A great deal176341.3
2) A moderate amount95722.4
3) A little3177.4
TOTAL4271100.0
284) PRE: SUMMARY - Allow Syrian refugees (V161214X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know170.4
1) Favor a great deal3899.1
2) Favor a moderate amount43410.2
3) Favor a little1583.7
4) Neither favor nor oppose119728.0
5) Oppose a little1593.7
6) Oppose a moderate amount52312.2
7) Oppose a great deal137432.2
TOTAL4271100.0
285) How often can you trust the federal government in Washington to do what is right? (V161215)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Always661.5
2) Most of the time42910.0
3) About half the time138332.4
4) Some of the time182642.8
5) Never54512.8
TOTAL4271100.0
286) Would you say the government is pretty much run by a few big interests looking out for themselves or that it is run for the benefit of all the people? (V161216)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know290.7
1) Run by a few big interests349881.9
2) For the benefit of all the people71616.8
TOTAL4271100.0
287) Do you think that people in government [waste a lot of the money we pay in taxes, waste some of it, or don't waste very much of it / don't waste very much of the money we pay in taxes, waste some of it, or waste a lot of it]? (V161217)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know70.2
1) Waste a lot307071.9
2) Waste some103424.2
3) Don't waste very much1413.3
TOTAL4271100.0
288) How many of the people running the government are corrupt? (V161218)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know200.5
1) All1673.9
2) Most131930.9
3) About half148434.7
4) A few121928.5
5) None340.8
TOTAL4271100.0
289) Generally speaking, how often can you trust other people? (V161219)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know10.0
1) Always501.2
2) Most of the time176641.3
3) About half the time130530.6
4) Some of the time94722.2
5) Never1884.4
TOTAL4271100.0
290) How much do you feel that having elections makes the government pay attention to what the people think? (V161220)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know20.0
1) A good deal115827.1
2) Some198946.6
3) Not much110725.9
TOTAL4271100.0
291) You may have heard about the idea that the world's temperature may have been going up slowly over the past 100 years. What is your personal opinion on this? Do you think this has probably been happening, or do you think it probably hasn't been happening? (V161221)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused240.6
-8) Don't know320.7
1) Has probably been happening345981.0
2) Probably hasn't been happening75617.7
TOTAL4271100.0
292) IF R THINKS GLOBAL WARMING HAS PROBABLY BEEN OCCURRING / IF R THINKS GLOBAL WARMING HAS PROBABLY NOT BEEN OCCURRING OR DK/RF: [Do / Assuming it's happening, do] you think a rise in the world's temperatures would be caused mostly by human activity, mostly by natural causes, or about equally by human activity and by natural causes? (V161222)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know140.3
1) Mostly by human activity166038.9
2) Mostly by natural causes75117.6
3) About equally by human activity and natural causes182542.7
TOTAL4271100.0
293) 'Fracking' is a way to drill for natural gas by pumping high pressure fluid into the ground. Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose fracking in the U.S.? (V161223)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused200.5
-8) Don't know360.8
1) Favor81519.1
2) Oppose159337.3
3) Neither favor nor oppose180742.3
TOTAL4271100.0
294) Do you think the federal government should be doing more about rising temperatures, should be doing less, or is it currently doing the right amount? (V161224)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused300.7
-8) Don't know571.3
1) Should be doing more210049.2
2) Should be doing less73317.2
3) Is currently doing the right amount135131.6
TOTAL4271100.0
295) IF R SAYS GOVERNMENT SHOULD DO MORE ABOUT RISING TEMPERATURES / IF R SAYS GOVERNMENT SHOULD DO LESS ABOUT RISING TEMPERATURES: Should it be doing a great deal [more/less], a moderate amount [more/less], or a little [more/less]? / Should it be doing a little [more/less], a moderate amount [more/less], or a great deal [more/less]? (V161224A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-1) Inapplicable143833.7
1) A great deal146334.3
2) A moderate amount111426.1
3) A little2525.9
TOTAL4271100.0
296) PRE: SUMMARY - Government action about rising temperatures (V161225X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused340.8
-8) Don't know571.3
1) Should be doing a great deal more113926.7
2) Should be doing a moderate amount more82419.3
3) Should be doing a little more1353.2
4) Currently doing the right amount135131.6
5) Should be doing a little less1172.7
6) Should be doing a moderate amount less2906.8
7) Should be doing a great deal less3247.6
TOTAL4271100.0
297) Do you favor/oppose, or neither favor nor oppose requiring employers to offer paid leave to parents of new children? (V161226)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know160.4
1) Favor289767.8
2) Oppose46710.9
3) Neither favor nor oppose87620.5
TOTAL4271100.0
298) IF R FAVORS REQUIRING EMPLOYERS TO OFFER PAID LEAVE FOR NEW CHILDREN / IF R OPPOSES REQUIRING EMPLOYERS TO OFFER PAID LEAVE FOR NEW CHILDREN: Do you favor that a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little? / Do you oppose that a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little? (V161226A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable90721.2
1) A great deal201347.1
2) A moderate amount114026.7
3) A little2104.9
TOTAL4271100.0
299) PRE: SUMMARY - require employers to offer paid leave to new parents (V161226X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know160.4
1) Favor a great deal182542.7
2) Favor a moderate amount93421.9
3) Favor a little1373.2
4) Neither favor nor oppose87620.5
5) Oppose a little731.7
6) Oppose a moderate amount2064.8
7) Oppose a great deal1884.4
TOTAL4271100.0
300) Do you think business owners who provide wedding-related services should be allowed to refuse services to same-sex couples if same-sex marriage violates their religious beliefs, or do you think business owners should be required to provide services regardless of a couple's sexual orientation? (V161227)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused441.0
-8) Don't know411.0
1) Should be allowed to refuse220351.6
2) Should be required to provide services198346.4
TOTAL4271100.0
301) IF R OPINION ON REFUSING WEDDING SERVICES TO SAME-SEX COUPLES IS NOT DK/RF: How strongly do you feel that way? (V161227A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable852.0
1) Very strongly246657.7
2) Moderately128330.0
3) A little43710.2
TOTAL4271100.0
302) PRE: SUMMARY - Services to same sex couples (V161227X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused441.0
-8) Don't know411.0
1) Feel very strongly - should be allowed to refuse129730.4
2) Feel moderately strongly - should be allowed to refuse64915.2
3) Feel a little strongly - should be allowed to refuse2576.0
4) Feel a little strongly - should be required to provide services1804.2
5) Feel moderately strongly - should be required to provide services63414.8
6) Feel very strongly - should be required to provide services116927.4
TOTAL4271100.0
303) Should transgender people -- that is, people who identify themselves as the sex or gender different from the one they were born as -- have to use the bathrooms of the gender they were born as, or should they be allowed to use the bathrooms of their identified gender? (V161228)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused751.8
-8) Don't know1032.4
1) Have to use the bathrooms of the gender they were born with210849.4
2) Be allowed to use the bathrooms of their identified gender198546.5
TOTAL4271100.0
304) IF R OPINION ON TRANSGENDER USE OF RESTROOMS OF IDENTIFIED GENDER IS NOT DK/RF: How strongly do you feel about that? (V161228A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable1784.2
1) Very strongly232054.3
2) Moderately128030.0
3) Slightly48911.4
TOTAL4271100.0
305) PRE: SUMMARY - Transgender policy (V161228X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused771.8
-8) Don't know1052.5
1) Feel very strongly - bathroom of the gender born with147234.5
2) Feel moderately strongly - bathroom of the gender born with47311.1
3) Feel a little strongly - bathroom of the gender born with1613.8
4) Feel a little strongly - bathroom of identified gender3287.7
5) Feel moderately strongly - bathroom of identified gender80718.9
6) Feel very strongly - bathroom of identified gender84819.9
TOTAL4271100.0
306) Do you favor or oppose laws to protect gays and lesbians against job discrimination? (V161229)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused451.1
-8) Don't know350.8
1) Favor348081.5
2) Oppose71116.6
TOTAL4271100.0
307) IF R FAVORS PROTECTING GAYS AND LESBIANS AGAINST JOB DISCRIMINATION / IF R OPPOSES PROTECTING GAYS AND LESBIANS AGAINST JOB DISCRIMINATION: [Do you favor such laws strongly or not strongly? / Do you oppose such laws strongly or not strongly?] (V161229A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know30.1
-1) Inapplicable801.9
1) Strongly328977.0
2) Not strongly89721.0
TOTAL4271100.0
308) PRE: SUMMARY - Laws to protect gays and lesbians against job discrimination (V161229X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable852.0
1) Favor strongly280265.6
2) Favor not strongly67415.8
3) Oppose not strongly2235.2
4) Oppose strongly48711.4
TOTAL4271100.0
309) Do you think gay or lesbian couples should be legally permitted to adopt children? (V161230)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused561.3
-8) Don't know491.1
1) Yes304871.4
2) No111826.2
TOTAL4271100.0
310) Which comes closest to your view? (V161231)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused491.1
-8) Don't know200.5
1) Gay and lesbian couples should be allowed to legally marry.245357.4
2) Gay and lesbian couples should be allowed to form civil unions but not legally marry.98223.0
3) There should be no legal recognition of a gay or lesbian couple's relationship.76718.0
TOTAL4271100.0
311) There has been some discussion about abortion during recent years. Which one of the opinions on this page best agrees with your view? (V161232)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused481.1
-8) Don't know90.2
1) By law, abortion should never be permitted.54412.7
2) By law, only in case of rape, incest, or woman's life in danger.111626.1
3) By law, for reasons other than rape, incest, or woman's life in danger if need established.61614.4
4) By law, abortion as a matter of personal choice.193245.2
5) Other SPECIFY60.1
TOTAL4271100.0
312) Do you favor or oppose the death penalty for persons convicted of murder? (V161233)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know491.1
1) Favor288867.6
2) Oppose129230.3
TOTAL4271100.0
313) IF R FAVORS DEATH PENALTY FOR PERSONS CONVICTED OF MURDER / IF R OPPOSES DEATH PENALTY FOR PERSONS CONVICTED OF MURDER: Do you [favor / oppose] the death penalty for persons convicted of murder strongly or not strongly? (V161233A)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know40.1
-1) Inapplicable912.1
1) Strongly297069.5
2) Not strongly120628.2
TOTAL4271100.0
314) PRE: SUMMARY - Favor or oppose death penalty (V161233X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable952.2
1) Favor strongly223652.4
2) Favor not strongly64915.2
3) Oppose not strongly55713.0
4) Oppose strongly73417.2
TOTAL4271100.0
315) Would you say that compared to 2008, the United States is more secure from its foreign enemies, less secure, or hasn't this changed very much? (V161234)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused260.6
-8) Don't know90.2
1) More secure76017.8
2) Less secure220851.7
3) No change126829.7
TOTAL4271100.0
316) Would you say that compared to 2008, the nation's economy is now better, worse, or about the same? (V161235)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Better175541.1
2) Worse144233.8
3) About the same104424.4
TOTAL4271100.0
317) IF R SAID ECONOMY BETTER COMPARED TO 2008 / IF R SAID ECONOMY WORSE COMPARED TO 2008: Much [better/worse] or somewhat [better/worse]? (V161235A)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable107425.1
1) Much162238.0
2) Somewhat157536.9
TOTAL4271100.0
318) PRE: SUMMARY - Economy since 2008 (V161235X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know90.2
1) Much better83919.6
2) Somewhat better91621.4
3) About the same104424.4
4) Somewhat worse65915.4
5) Much worse78318.3
TOTAL4271100.0
319) Think about Barack Obama. Has Barack Obama -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel: angry? How often would you say you've felt angry: [Never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / Always, most of the time, about half the time, or never]? (V161236)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know50.1
1) Never147434.5
2) Some of the time132531.0
3) About half the time54512.8
4) Most of the time60314.1
5) Always2916.8
TOTAL4271100.0
320) Has Barack Obama -- because of the kind of person he is or because of something he has done, ever made you feel: proud? How often would you say you've felt proud: [Never, some of the time, about half the time, most of the time, or always / Always, most of the time, about half the time, or never]? (V161237)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused260.6
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Never118927.8
2) Some of the time113926.7
3) About half the time50211.8
4) Most of the time92821.7
5) Always48111.3
TOTAL4271100.0
321) IF R HAS NOT INDICATED DEFINITELY VOTED EARLY IN THE 2016 ELECTIONS: IF R IS SELECTED FOR LATE PLACEMENT OF THIS QUESTION: How likely is it that you will vote in the general election this November? (V161238)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-1) Inapplicable223052.2
1) Extremely likely137632.2
2) Very likely2525.9
3) Moderately likely1443.4
4) Slightly likely751.8
5) Not likely at all1884.4
TOTAL4271100.0
322) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO LATE PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Now, thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in the national vote? [ARDA Note: Percent for Democratic presidential candidate] (V161239A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427123.80235
323) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO LATE PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Now, thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in the national vote? [ARDA Note: Percent for Republican presidential candidate] (V161239B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427120.08127
324) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO LATE PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in your state? [ARDA Note: State percent for Democratic presidential candidate] (V161240A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427123.70237
325) IF R IS ASSIGNED TO LATE PLACEMENT OF PRES CAND PERCENTAGE QUESTIONS: Thinking about only the votes cast for the two major parties, what percentage of the vote do you think Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will each receive in your state? [ARDA Note: State percent for Republican presidential candidate] (V161240B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427121.31632
326) Now on another topic.... do you consider religion to be an important part of your life, or not? (V161241)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Important278265.1
2) Not important146234.2
TOTAL4271100.0
327) IF R SAYS THAT RELIGION IS IMPORTANT: Would you say your religion provides [some guidance in your day-to-day living, quite a bit of guidance, or a great deal of guidance / a great deal of guidance in your day-to-day living, quite a bit of guidance, or some guidance]? (V161242)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable148934.9
1) Some54912.9
2) Quite a bit77918.2
3) A great deal144233.8
TOTAL4271100.0
328) Which of these statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible? (V161243)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused511.2
-8) Don't know130.3
1) The Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.121428.4
2) The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally.194245.5
3) The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.104224.4
5) Other SPECIFY90.2
TOTAL4271100.0
329) Lots of things come up that keep people from attending religious services even if they want to. Thinking about your life these days, do you ever attend religious services, apart from occasional weddings, baptisms or funerals? (V161244)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Yes255259.8
2) No170039.8
TOTAL4271100.0
330) IF R ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES: Do you go to religious services [every week, almost every week, once or twice a month, a few times a year, or never / never, a few times a year, once or twice a month, almost every week, or every week]? (V161245)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-1) Inapplicable171940.2
1) Every week78918.5
2) Almost every week53612.5
3) Once or twice a month47111.0
4) A few times a year70416.5
5) Never491.1
TOTAL4271100.0
331) IF R ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES: IF R SAYS ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES 'EVERY WEEK': Would you say you go to religious services once a week or more often than once a week? (V161245A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable348281.5
1) Once a week42610.0
2) More often than once a week3628.5
TOTAL4271100.0
332) IF R DOES NOT ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES: Regardless of whether you now attend any religious services do you ever think of yourself as part of a particular religion? (V161246)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable250358.6
1) Yes87520.5
2) No87720.5
TOTAL4271100.0
333) IF R ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES: Do you mostly attend a place of worship that is Protestant, Roman Catholic, Jewish, or something else? (V161247A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-1) Inapplicable176841.4
1) Protestant91921.5
2) Catholic64315.1
3) Jewish461.1
4) Other88620.7
TOTAL4271100.0
334) IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION: Do you consider yourself Protestant, Roman Catholic, Jewish, or something else? (V161247B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable339679.5
1) Protestant2425.7
2) Catholic2916.8
3) Jewish390.9
4) Other2997.0
TOTAL4271100.0
335) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': What religion, church or denomination is that? (V161248)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know110.3
-1) Inapplicable192545.1
1) Baptist54312.7
2) Episcopalian/Anglican/Church of England671.6
3) Lutheran1984.6
4) Methodist2205.2
5) Just Protestant300.7
6) Presbyterian862.0
7) Reformed110.3
8) Brethren40.1
9) Evangelical United Brethren70.2
10) Christian or just Christian3087.2
11) Christian Scientist50.1
12) Church (or Churches) of Christ491.1
13) United Church of Christ250.6
14) Disciples of Christ150.4
15) Church of God240.6
16) Assembly of God270.6
17) Congregationalist90.2
18) Holiness110.3
19) Pentecostal681.6
20) Friends, Quaker30.1
21) Orthodox (SPECIFY)270.6
22) Non-denominational - Protestant2626.1
23) Mormon240.6
24) Jehovah's Witnesses130.3
25) Latter-day Saints250.6
26) Unitarian/Universalist210.5
27) Buddhist330.8
28) Hindu140.3
29) Muslim/Islam200.5
30) Native American80.2
95) Other SPECIFY1623.8
TOTAL4271100.0
336) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS BAPTIST: With which Baptist group is your church associated? (V161249)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know320.7
-1) Inapplicable372887.3
1) Southern Baptist Convention2656.2
2) American Baptist Churches in USA531.2
3) American Baptist Association210.5
4) National Baptist Convention270.6
5) Independent Baptist1062.5
95) Other SPECIFY310.7
TOTAL4271100.0
337) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS BAPTIST: IF R'S CHURCH IS INDEPENDENT BAPTIST: Are you affiliated with any larger Baptist group or is this strictly a local church? (V161250)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable416597.5
1) Larger Baptist group (SPECIFY)10.0
2) Local1042.4
TOTAL4271100.0
338) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS LUTHERAN: Is this church part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Missouri Synod, or some other Lutheran group? (V161251)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know110.3
-1) Inapplicable407395.4
1) Evangelical Lutheran Church1162.7
2) Missouri Synod481.1
5) Other SPECIFY150.4
TOTAL4271100.0
339) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS METHODIST: Is your church part of the United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, or some other Methodist group? (V161252)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable405194.8
1) United Methodist Church2034.8
2) African Methodist Episcopal90.2
3) African Methodist Episcopal Zion10.0
5) Other SPECIFY40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
340) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS PRESBYTERIAN: Is this the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. or some other Presbyterian group? (V161253)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable418598.0
1) Presbyterian Church USA (formerly United Presbyterian Church)781.8
5) Other SPECIFY80.2
TOTAL4271100.0
341) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS REFORMED: Is this the Christian Reformed Church, the Reformed Church in America or some other Reformed group? (V161254)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable426099.7
1) Christian Reformed Church40.1
2) The Reformed Church in America70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
342) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS BRETHREN: Is this the church of the Brethren, the Plymouth Brethren, or what? (V161255)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable426799.9
1) Church of the Brethren20.0
2) The Plymouth Brethren10.0
5) Other SPECIFY10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
343) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R SAYS DENOMINATION IS 'CHRISTIAN': When you say 'Christian' does that mean the denomination called the 'Christian Church Disciples of Christ,' or some other Christian denomination, or do you mean to say 'I am just a Christian'? (V161256)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable396392.8
1) Disciples of Christ310.7
2) I am just a Christian2545.9
5) Other SPECIFY220.5
TOTAL4271100.0
344) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS CHURCH OF CHRIST: Is this the Church of Christ or the United Church of Christ? (V161257)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable422298.9
1) Church of Christ451.1
2) United Church of Christ40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
345) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS CHURCH OF GOD: Is this the Church of God of Anderson, Indiana; the Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee; the Church of God in Christ; or some other Church of God? (V161258)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable424799.4
1) Anderson, Indiana20.0
2) Cleveland, Tennessee30.1
3) Church of God in Christ110.3
5) Other SPECIFY70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
346) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R DENOMINATION IS HOLINESS OR PENTECOSTAL: What kind of church is that? What is it called exactly? Is that part of a larger church or denomination? What is the church called? (V161259)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
347) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER': IF R SPECIFIC DENOMINATION 'OTHER': What is it called exactly? Is that church part of a denomination? (V161260)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
348) IF R ATTENDS CHURCH AND ATTENDS AS PROTESTANT OR 'OTHER' / IF R DOES NOT ATTEND CHURCH BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF 'OTHER': IF R SPECIFIC DENOMINATION 'OTHER': Is that group Christian? (V161261)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable410996.2
1) Yes1242.9
2) No360.8
TOTAL4271100.0
349) IF R ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND IS JEWISH: Do you usually attend a synagogue or temple that is Orthodox, Conservative, Reform or what? (V161262A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable422598.9
1) Orthodox70.2
2) Conservative120.3
3) Reform230.5
5) Other SPECIFY10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
350) IF DOES NOT ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES BUT THINKS OF SELF AS PART OF CHURCH OR DENOMINATION AND CONSIDERS SELF JEWISH: Do you consider yourself Orthodox, Conservative, Reform or what? (V161262B)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable423299.1
2) Conservative30.1
3) Reform250.6
5) Other SPECIFY110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
351) IF R IS CHRISTIAN: Would you call yourself a born-again Christian, that is, have you personally had a conversion experience related to Jesus Christ? (V161263)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know40.1
-4) Error1834.3
-1) Inapplicable112026.2
1) Yes136031.8
2) No159637.4
TOTAL4271100.0
352) PRE: SUMMARY - Full religion summary (V161264X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded full religion summary available in full release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
353) PRE: SUMMARY - Major group religion summary (V161265X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded major group religion summary available in full release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
354) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Fundamentalist (V161266A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected408295.6
1) Selected1353.2
TOTAL4271100.0
355) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Charismatic/Pentecostal (V161266B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected406295.1
1) Selected1553.6
TOTAL4271100.0
356) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Born again (V161266C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected344980.8
1) Selected76818.0
TOTAL4271100.0
357) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Evangelical (V161266D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected391591.7
1) Selected3027.1
TOTAL4271100.0
358) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Traditional (V161266E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected297169.6
1) Selected124629.2
TOTAL4271100.0
359) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Mainline (V161266F)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected410996.2
1) Selected1082.5
TOTAL4271100.0
360) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Progressive (V161266G)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected397493.0
1) Selected2435.7
TOTAL4271100.0
361) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Non-traditional (V161266H)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected394092.3
1) Selected2776.5
TOTAL4271100.0
362) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Secular (V161266J)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected413696.8
1) Selected811.9
TOTAL4271100.0
363) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Agnostic (V161266K)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected394792.4
1) Selected2706.3
TOTAL4271100.0
364) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Atheist (V161266M)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected404894.8
1) Selected1694.0
TOTAL4271100.0
365) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - Spiritual but not religious (V161266N)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected326876.5
1) Selected94922.2
TOTAL4271100.0
366) Which of the following terms describe your religious beliefs? - None of the above (V161266P)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know120.3
0) Not selected370786.8
1) Selected51011.9
TOTAL4271100.0
367) PRE: Respondent age (V161267)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427147.91620
368) What is the month, day and year of your birth? MONTH: (V161267A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
369) What is the month, day and year of your birth? DAY: (V161267B)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
370) What is the month, day and year of your birth? YEAR: (V161267C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42711910.46328
371) PRE: SUMMARY - Respondent age group (V161267X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable1212.8
1) Age group 18-201212.8
2) Age group 21-242084.9
3) Age group 25-293237.6
4) Age group 30-343879.1
5) Age group 35-393748.8
6) Age group 40-442816.6
7) Age group 45-493397.9
8) Age group 50-543498.2
9) Age group 55-5943210.1
10) Age group 60-643859.0
11) Age group 65-693849.0
12) Age group 70-742395.6
13) Age group 75 or older3287.7
TOTAL4271100.0
372) Are you now married, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? (V161268)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused270.6
1) Married: spouse present208548.8
2) Married: spouse absent [FTF ONLY: volunteered]581.4
3) Widowed3027.1
4) Divorced66315.5
5) Separated982.3
6) Never married103824.3
TOTAL4271100.0
373) IF R MARITAL STATUS IS NEVER MARRIED, WIDOWED, DIVORCED OR SEPARATED: Are you currently living with a partner, or not? (V161269)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-1) Inapplicable214950.3
1) Yes, living with a partner4049.5
2) No, not living with a partner169739.7
TOTAL4271100.0
374) What is the highest level of school you have completed or the highest degree you have received? (V161270)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
1) Less than 1st grade10.0
2) 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade30.1
3) 5th or 6th grade150.4
4) 7th or 8th grade220.5
5) 9th grade320.7
6) 10th grade400.9
7) 11th grade621.5
8) 12th grade no diploma1072.5
9) High school graduate- high school diploma or equivalent (for example: GED)81019.0
10) Some college but no degree89921.0
11) Associate degree in college - occupational/vocational program3137.3
12) Associate degree in college - academic program2886.7
13) Bachelor's degree (for example: BA, AB, BS)95522.4
14) Master's degree (for example: MA, MS, MENG, MED, MSW, MBA)49911.7
15) Professional school degree (for example: MD, DDS, DVM, LLB, JD)882.1
16) Doctorate degree (for example: PHD, EDD)932.2
90) Other specify given as: high school graduate50.1
95) Other SPECIFY240.6
TOTAL4271100.0
375) IF R'S HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL IS DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT: People can get a high school diploma in a variety of ways, such as graduating from high school or by getting a GED or other equivalent. How did you get your high school diploma? (V161271)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable346181.0
1) Graduation from high school66815.6
2) GED or other equivalent1413.3
TOTAL4271100.0
376) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: What is the highest level of school your [husband or wife / partner] has completed or the highest degree your [husband or wife / partner] has received? (V161272)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
2) 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade30.1
3) 5th or 6th grade80.2
4) 7th or 8th grade110.3
5) 9th grade160.4
6) 10th grade250.6
7) 11th grade330.8
8) 12th grade no diploma771.8
9) High school graduate- high school diploma or equivalent (for example: GED)47911.2
10) Some college but no degree48711.4
11) Associate degree in college - occupational/vocational program1513.5
12) Associate degree in college - academic program1493.5
13) Bachelor's degree (for example: BA, AB, BS)64115.0
14) Master's degree (for example: MA, MS, MENG, MED, MSW, MBA)3167.4
15) Professional school degree (for example: MD, DDS, DVM, LLB, JD)651.5
16) Doctorate degree (for example: PHD, EDD)551.3
90) Other specify given as: high school graduate20.0
95) Other SPECIFY130.3
99) Other specify given as: no partner10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
377) IF R IS MARRIED AND SPOUSE'S HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL IS DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT / IF R IS PARTNERED AND PARTNER'S HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL IS DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT: How did your [husband or wife / partner] get their high school diploma? (V161273)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable379288.8
1) Graduation from high school3969.3
2) GED or other equivalent831.9
TOTAL4271100.0
378) Are you now serving on active duty in the U.S. armed forces -- the U.S. Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, or Navy -- or have you previously served on active duty in the U.S. armed forces, or have you never served on active duty in the U.S. armed forces? (V161274A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
0) Have never served on active duty379788.9
1) Have previously served on active duty46210.8
TOTAL4271100.0
379) Are you now serving on active duty in the U.S. armed forces - the U.S. Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, or Navy - or have you previously served on active duty in the U.S. armed forces, or have you never served on active duty in the U.S. armed forces? (V161274B)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access for protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
380) PRE: SUMMARY - R occupation status 2 digit (V161275X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
10) Working now only254759.6
15) Working now and retired, working greater than or equal to 20 hours per week461.1
16) Working now and perm. disabled, working greater than or equal to 20 hours per week50.1
17) Working now and homemaker, working greater than or equal to 20 hours per week90.2
18) Working now and student, working greater than or equal to 20 hours per week160.4
20) Temporarily laid off491.1
40) Unemployed, no mention of retired, disabled, homemaker or student2205.2
50) Retired, no other occupation81919.2
51) Retired and working now, working less than 20 hours per week or DK/RF hours571.3
60) Permanently disabled, not working1744.1
61) Perm. disabled and working now, working less than 20 hours per week or DK/RF hours30.1
70) Homemaker, no other occupation1984.6
71) Homemaker and working now, working less than 20 hours per week or DK/RF hours150.4
80) Student, no other occupation862.0
81) Student and working now, working less than 20 hours per week or DK/RF hours110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
381) PRE: SUMMARY - R occupation status 1 digit (V161276X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
1) R working now (if also retired, disabled, homemaker or student, working 20 or more hours/week)262361.4
2) R temporarily laid off491.1
4) R unemployed2205.2
5) R retired (if also working, working less than 20 hours/week)87620.5
6) R permanently disabled (if also working, working less than 20 hours/week)1774.1
7) R homemaker (if also working, working less than 20 hours/week including nonworking Rs both homemaker and student)2135.0
8) R student (if also working, working less than 20 hours/week)972.3
TOTAL4271100.0
382) We'd like to know if you are working now, temporarily laid off, or are you unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? (V161277)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
1) Initial employment status: working now254759.6
2) Initial employment status: temporarily laid off491.1
4) Initial employment status: unemployed2205.2
5) Initial employment status: retired92221.6
6) Initial employment status: permanently disabled1824.3
7) Initial employment status: homemaker2225.2
8) Initial employment status: student1132.6
TOTAL4271100.0
383) IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT: Are you doing any work for pay at the present time? (V161278)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable393692.2
1) Yes511.2
2) No2846.6
TOTAL4271100.0
384) IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT: IF R IS NOT WORKING FOR PAY NOW: Have you had a job in the last six months? (V161279)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable398793.4
1) Yes641.5
2) No2205.2
TOTAL4271100.0
385) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED: When did you retire? MONTH: (V161280A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
386) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED: When did you retire? DAY: (V161280B)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
387) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED: When did you retire? YEAR: (V161280C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271415.885814
388) IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED: Have you ever done any work for pay? (V161281)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable386990.6
1) Yes3849.0
2) No170.4
TOTAL4271100.0
389) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: What kind of work did you do on your last regular job? (What was your occupation? What were your most important activities or duties?) (V161282A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
390) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: What kind of work did you do on your last regular job? (What was your occupation? What were your most important activities or duties?) (V161282B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data available in a future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
391) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: What kind of business or industry was that? (V161283A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
392) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: What kind of business or industry was that? (V161283B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded data available in a future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
393) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: Did you work for someone else, were you self-employed, or what? (V161284)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-1) Inapplicable290167.9
1) Someone else112326.3
2) Both self and someone else1072.5
3) Self-employed1313.1
TOTAL4271100.0
394) IF R INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF R INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF R INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: IF R DID NOT WORK EXCLUSIVELY FOR SELF: Were you employed by a federal, state or local government? (V161285)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know40.1
-1) Inapplicable304171.2
1) Yes3508.2
2) No87420.5
TOTAL4271100.0
395) IF INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY / IF INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY: Have you had a job in the last six months? (V161286)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-1) Inapplicable296569.4
1) Yes2114.9
2) No108525.4
TOTAL4271100.0
396) IF INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED, HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS / IF INITIAL STATUS IS RETIRED AND HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS / IF INITIAL STATUS IS DISABLED, HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/STUDENT, IS NOT WORKING, HAS WORKED PAST 6 MOS: About how many hours did you work on your job in the average week? (V161287)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable399693.6
1) 120.0
3) 330.1
4) 420.0
5) 570.2
6) 630.1
8) 840.1
9) 920.0
10) 1050.1
12) 1250.1
15) 15140.3
16) 1640.1
17) 1710.0
18) 1820.0
20) 20240.6
21) 2110.0
22) 2220.0
23) 2310.0
24) 2490.2
25) 2590.2
26) 2610.0
27) 2710.0
28) 2810.0
30) 30190.4
32) 3240.1
35) 35100.2
36) 3630.1
37) 3730.1
38) 3830.1
39) 3910.0
40) 40741.7
42) 4220.0
45) 45120.3
46) 4610.0
48) 4830.1
50) 50170.4
55) 5510.0
60) 6060.1
65) 6510.0
70) 7040.1
80) 8010.0
84) 8420.0
126) 12610.0
TOTAL4271100.0
397) IF INITIAL STATUS RETIRED / IF INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY: Are you doing any work for pay at the present time? (V161288)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-1) Inapplicable317574.3
1) Yes1112.6
2) No96622.6
TOTAL4271100.0
398) IF INITIAL STATUS RETIRED AND NOT ALSO WORKING / IF INITIAL STATUS DISABLED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY AND NOT ALSO WORKING / IF INITIAL STATUS HOMEMAKER/ STUDENT AND NOT ALSO WORKING / IF INITIAL STATUS UNEMPLOYED AND HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY: Are you looking for work at the present time? (V161289)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-1) Inapplicable280565.7
1) Yes2646.2
2) No119728.0
TOTAL4271100.0
399) IF INITIAL STATUS RETIRED, NOT ALSO WORKING, AND LOOKING FOR WORK / IF INITIAL STATUS DISABLED, HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY, AND LOOKING FOR WORK / IF INITIAL STATUS HMKR/STUD, NOT ALSO WORKING, WORKED PAST 6 MO, AND LOOKING FOR WORK / IF INITIAL STATUS IS UNEMPLOYED, HAS EVER WORKED FOR PAY AND LOOKING FOR WORK: How worried are you about not being able to find a job in the near future? (V161290)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable400793.8
1) Not at all451.1
2) A little461.1
3) Moderately571.3
4) Very471.1
5) Extremely691.6
TOTAL4271100.0
400) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW/TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: What is your main occupation? (What kind of work do you do? What are your most important activities or duties?) (V161291A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
401) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW/TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: What is your main occupation? (What kind of work do you do? What are your most important activities or duties?) (V161291B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
402) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW/TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: What kind of business or industry is that? (V161292A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
403) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW/TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: What kind of business or industry is that? (V161292B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
404) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: Do you work for someone else, are you self-employed, or what? (V161293)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-1) Inapplicable151335.4
1) Someone else225952.9
2) Both self and someone else1864.4
3) Self-employed3097.2
TOTAL4271100.0
405) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW/TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: IF R DOES NOT WORK EXCLUSIVELY FOR SELF: Are you employed by a federal, state or local government? (V161294)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know100.2
-1) Inapplicable182642.8
1) Yes53712.6
2) No189444.3
TOTAL4271100.0
406) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: About how many hours do you work on your job in the average week? (V161295)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427125.7623
407) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: IF NUMBER OF HOURS WORKED IS NOT DK/RF: Is that more hours than you want to work, fewer hours than you want to work, or generally about right? (V161296)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable153035.8
1) More71516.7
2) Fewer2696.3
3) About right175741.1
TOTAL4271100.0
408) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW OR TEMPORARILY LAID OFF BUT R IS DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: How worried are you about losing your job in the near future? (V161297)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable151335.4
1) Not at all150435.2
2) A little63814.9
3) Moderately3588.4
4) Very1202.8
5) Extremely1373.2
TOTAL4271100.0
409) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW BUT R IS DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: Were you out of work or laid off at any time during the last six months? (V161298)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-1) Inapplicable156236.6
1) Yes2535.9
2) No245357.4
TOTAL4271100.0
410) IF INITIAL STATUS IS WORKING NOW / IF INITIAL STATUS NOT WORKING NOW BUT R IS DETERMINED TO BE CURRENTLY WORKING: During the last six months, have you had a reduction in your work hours or had to take a cut in pay at any time for reasons other than illness or personal choice? (V161299)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable156236.6
1) Yes3347.8
2) No237055.5
TOTAL4271100.0
411) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Working now (V161300A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected92221.6
1) Selected161337.8
TOTAL4271100.0
412) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Temporarily laid off (V161300B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected251558.9
1) Selected200.5
TOTAL4271100.0
413) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Unemployed (V161300C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected242256.7
1) Selected1132.6
TOTAL4271100.0
414) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Retired (V161300D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected201647.2
1) Selected51912.2
TOTAL4271100.0
415) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Permanently disabled (V161300E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected244457.2
1) Selected912.1
TOTAL4271100.0
416) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Homemaker (V161300F)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected228653.5
1) Selected2495.8
TOTAL4271100.0
417) IF R IS MARRIED / IF R IS PARTNERED: We'd like to know about your [husband or wife / partner]. Is your [husband or wife / partner] working now, temporarily laid off, or is your [husband or wife / partner] unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? - Student (V161300G)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-1) Inapplicable172440.4
0) Not selected247658.0
1) Selected591.4
TOTAL4271100.0
418) IF R IS MARRIED/PARTNERED AND HAS MENTIONED SPOUSE/PARTNER IS WORKING: What is your [spouse's/partner's] main occupation? (What kind of work does your [spouse/partner] do? What are the most important activities or duties?) (V161301A)
TOTAL%
-2) Redacted text, separate file4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
419) IF R IS MARRIED/PARTNERED AND HAS MENTIONED SPOUSE/PARTNER IS WORKING: What is your [spouse's/partner's] main occupation? (What kind of work does your [spouse/partner] do? What are the most important activities or duties?) (V161301B)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
420) Do you or anyone else in this household belong to a labor union or to an employee association similar to a union? (V161302)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know80.2
1) Yes57913.6
2) No366585.8
TOTAL4271100.0
421) IF SOMEONE IN HOUSEHOLD BELONGS TO LABOR UNION: Who is it that belongs? (V161303)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable369286.4
1) Respondent only3227.5
2) Respondent and spouse/partner390.9
3) Respondent and someone else30.1
4) Spouse/partner only1523.6
6) Someone else only631.5
TOTAL4271100.0
422) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: There's been some talk these days about different social classes. Most people say they belong either to the middle class or the working class. Do you ever think of yourself as belonging in one of these classes? (V161304)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable266262.3
1) Yes110625.9
2) No49311.5
TOTAL4271100.0
423) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: IF R THINKS OF SELF AS MEMBER OF EITHER MIDDLE OR WORKING CLASS: Which one? (V161305A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable316574.1
0) Lower class or poor [volunteered]50.1
1) Middle class66615.6
2) Working class4239.9
3) Both [volunteered]60.1
4) Upper class [volunteered]40.1
7) Other specify given as: lower middle class (FTF only)10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
424) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: IF R DOESN'T THINK/DK IF THINKS OF SELF AS MIDDLE OR WORKING CLASS: Well, if you had to make a choice, would you call yourself middle class or working class? (V161305B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know90.2
-1) Inapplicable377688.4
0) Upper class [volunteered]30.1
1) Middle class1984.6
2) Working class2656.2
3) Neither [volunteered]70.2
4) Lower class or poor [volunteered]70.2
5) Other SPECIFY (FTF only)10.0
7) Other specify given as: lower middle class (FTF only)10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
425) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: IF R THINKS OF SELF AS MIDDLE CLASS / IF R THINKS OF SELF AS WORKING CLASS: Would you say that you are about average [middle/working] class or that you are in the upper part of the [middle/working] class? (V161306)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know30.1
-1) Inapplicable271963.7
0) Lower class or poor [volunteered]80.2
1) Average middle/working class114126.7
2) Upper middle/working class3628.5
3) Lower middle/working class [volunteered]230.5
4) Upper class [volunteered]70.2
5) Other SPECIFY40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
426) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 2-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: How would you describe your social class? Are you in the lower class, the working class, the middle class, or the upper class? (V161307)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know40.1
-1) Inapplicable160937.7
1) Lower class2776.5
2) Working class87220.4
3) Middle class136932.1
4) Upper class1192.8
TOTAL4271100.0
427) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 2-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE PRE: IF R HAS INDICATED SOCIAL CLASS AS MIDDLE CLASS: Are you in the lower middle class, the middle class, or the upper middle class? (V161307A)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know40.1
-1) Inapplicable290267.9
1) Lower middle class3077.2
2) Middle class74017.3
3) Upper middle class3187.4
TOTAL4271100.0
428) PRE: SUMMARY - R self-identified social class (V161308X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded summary will be available in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
429) Are you Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino? (V161309)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know10.0
1) Yes45010.5
2) No380789.1
TOTAL4271100.0
430) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white, - black or African- American, - American Indian or Alaska Native, - Asian, or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - White mentioned (V161310A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected79918.7
1) Selected341279.9
TOTAL4271100.0
431) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - Black/African-American mentioned (V161310B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected374387.6
1) Selected46811.0
TOTAL4271100.0
432) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - American Indian/Alaska Native mentioned (V161310C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected407395.4
1) Selected1383.2
TOTAL4271100.0
433) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - Asian mentioned (V161310D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected404894.8
1) Selected1633.8
TOTAL4271100.0
434) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander mentioned (V161310E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected418097.9
1) Selected310.7
TOTAL4271100.0
435) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - other mention (V161310F)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused541.3
-8) Don't know60.1
0) Not selected398493.3
1) Selected2275.3
TOTAL4271100.0
436) I am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that you consider yourself to be: - white; - black or African-American; - American Indian or Alaska Native; - Asian; or - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander? - other mention type (V161310G)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable404494.7
0) Other specify - not given as CPS race or as Hispanic571.3
1) Other specify given as: White310.7
2) Other specify given as: Black50.1
3) Other specify given as: American Indian or Alaska Native10.0
4) Other specify given as: Asian80.2
7) Other specify given as: Hispanic1042.4
12) Other specify given as White and Black10.0
13) Other specify given as White and American Indian or Alaska Native10.0
17) Other specify given as White and Hispanic40.1
27) Other specify given as Black and Hispanic10.0
77) Other specify given as 'American'90.2
88) Other specify given as 'Human'50.1
TOTAL4271100.0
437) PRE: SUMMARY - R self-identified race (V161310X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused330.8
1) White, non-Hispanic303871.1
2) Black, non-Hispanic3989.3
3) Asian, native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic1483.5
4) Native American or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic270.6
5) Hispanic45010.5
6) Other non-Hispanic including multiple races [WEB: blank 'Other' counted as a race]1774.1
TOTAL4271100.0
438) In addition to being American, what do you consider your main ethnic group or nationality group? (V161311)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
439) In addition to being American, what do you consider your main ethnic group or nationality group? (V161312A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
440) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: ENTER NUMBER OF ETHNIC GROUPS MENTIONED BY R: IF UNSURE OF THE NUMBER OF MENTIONS, PLEASE CODE AS 2. DO NOT COUNT MENTIONS OF 'AMERICAN' OR 'JUST AMERICAN' (V161313)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
0) None (including DK) in addition to American and R did not refuse/indicate no knowledge of ethnicity3197.5
1) One63514.9
2) More than one (two or more)2135.0
3) Respondent refused to answer or R said no knowledge of own ethnicity (e.g. adopted)140.3
TOTAL4271100.0
441) IF R MENTIONED MORE THAN 1 NATIONALITY/ETHNIC GROUP: With which of these groups do you most closely identify? (V161314)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
442) IF R MENTIONED MORE THAN 1 NATIONALITY/ETHNIC GROUP: With which of these groups do you most closely identify? (V161314A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
443) Where were your parents born? Were they both born in the U.S., was only one born in the U.S., or were both born in another country? (V161315)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused300.7
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Both parents born in the U.S.344980.8
2) One parent born in the U.S.2435.7
3) Both parents born in another country54712.8
TOTAL4271100.0
444) In what state, country, or territory were you born? (V161316)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused270.6
-8) Don't know10.0
1) A U.S. state or D.C.376888.2
2) Puerto Rico270.6
3) Another U.S. territory (Guam, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands)150.4
4) Another country (SPECIFY)4159.7
7) Other specify as: U.S. location180.4
TOTAL4271100.0
445) How many of your grandparents, if any, were born outside the U.S.A.? (V161317)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused240.6
-8) Don't know250.6
0) None134531.5
1) One195545.8
2) Two3097.2
3) Three3608.4
4) All2535.9
TOTAL4271100.0
446) IF R IS HISPANIC: Families of Hispanic or Latino background in the United States come from many different places. Which Spanish-speaking or Latin American country or territory does most of your family come from? (V161318)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
447) IF R IS HISPANIC: IF MORE THAN 1 ANSWER OTHER THAN DK/RF GIVEN AS COUNTRIES OF ANCESTRY: You said your family comes from [DEM_HISPCNTRY]. Which one of these does most of your family come from? (V161319)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
448) IF R IS HISPANIC: IF R MENTIONS HISPANIC ANCESTRY AS SPAIN, U.S. OR UNLISTED 'OTHER' COUNTRY: Do you or your family trace any of your ancestry to Mexico? (V161320)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-4) Error150.4
-1) Inapplicable417697.8
1) Yes330.8
2) No461.1
TOTAL4271100.0
449) IF R WAS NOT BORN IN THE U.S.: When did you first arrive to live in the U.S. (mainland)? (V161321)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access for protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
450) IF R WAS NOT BORN IN THE U.S.: When did you first arrive to live in the U.S. (mainland)? (V161321A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable379688.9
1) Arrived before 1970952.2
2) Arrived 1970-19891623.8
3) Arrived 1990-19991042.4
4) Arrived 2000-2012922.2
TOTAL4271100.0
451) IF R WAS NOT BORN IN THE U.S., PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. TERRITORY: In what year did you become a naturalized U.S. citizen? (V161322)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access for protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
452) IF R WAS NOT BORN IN THE U.S., PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. TERRITORY: In what year did you become a naturalized U.S. citizen? (V161322A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know50.1
-1) Inapplicable383889.9
1) Became citizen before 1970541.3
2) Became citizen 1970-1989992.3
3) Became citizen 1990-1999791.8
4) Became citizen 2000-20121704.0
7) FTF: Born outside the U.S. but born a U.S. citizen (VOL)70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
453) IF R INDICATES SELF AS SPANISH, HISPANIC, OR LATINO: What language do you primarily speak at home with your family? Is it only English, mostly English, both languages equally, mostly Spanish, or only Spanish? (V161323)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable382189.5
1) Only English1222.9
2) Mostly English912.1
3) Both languages equally1493.5
4) Mostly Spanish651.5
5) Only Spanish220.5
TOTAL4271100.0
454) How many children or teenagers age 0 to 17 live in this household? (V161324)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
0) No children282066.0
1) One child63314.8
2) Two children51712.1
3) Three children1864.4
4) Four children771.8
5) Five children100.2
6) Six children70.2
7) Seven children20.0
9) More than eight children30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
455) IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD / IF THERE IS 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD: [Are the children in your household/ Is the child in your household] enrolled in public school, private religious school, private non-religious school, or home school, or not in school? - Public school (V161325A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable283666.4
0) Not selected3879.1
1) Selected104624.5
TOTAL4271100.0
456) IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD / IF THERE IS 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD: [Are the children in your household/ Is the child in your household] enrolled in public school, private religious school, private non-religious school, or home school, or not in school? - Private religious school (V161325B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable283666.4
0) Not selected131630.8
1) Selected1172.7
TOTAL4271100.0
457) IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD / IF THERE IS 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD: [Are the children in your household/ Is the child in your household] enrolled in public school, private religious school, private non-religious school, or home school, or not in school? - Private non-religious school (V161325C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable283666.4
0) Not selected138032.3
1) Selected531.2
TOTAL4271100.0
458) IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD / IF THERE IS 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD: [Are the children in your household/ Is the child in your household] enrolled in public school, private religious school, private non-religious school, or home school, or not in school? - Home school (V161325D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable283666.4
0) Not selected139632.7
1) Selected370.9
TOTAL4271100.0
459) IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD / IF THERE IS 1 CHILD AGE 17 OR YOUNGER IN HOUSEHOLD: [Are the children in your household/ Is the child in your household] enrolled in public school, private religious school, private non-religious school, or home school, or not in school? - Not enrolled in school (V161325E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable283666.4
0) Not selected116827.3
1) Selected2656.2
TOTAL4271100.0
460) Do you or does anyone in this household connect to the Internet from home? (V161326)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know30.1
1) Yes379088.7
2) No46210.8
TOTAL4271100.0
461) What type of telephone numbers can be used to reach your household? Do you (and the rest of the people living here) have only landline telephone service, only cell phone service, or both landline and cell phone service at home? (V161327)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused290.7
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Only landline service2475.8
2) Only cell service230453.9
3) Both landline and cell service168939.5
TOTAL4271100.0
462) IF CELL PHONE SERVICE IN HOUSEHOLD: Do you personally have a cell phone, or not? (V161328)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-1) Inapplicable2786.5
1) Yes, have a cell phone386290.4
2) No, do not have a cell phone1283.0
TOTAL4271100.0
463) IF R HAS A CELL PHONE: Do you have a 'smartphone' or not? By 'smartphone,' we mean a cell phone that will run apps and connect to the Internet, like an iPhone or Android phone. (V161329)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-1) Inapplicable4099.6
1) Yes, have a smartphone331677.6
2) No smartphone54412.7
TOTAL4271100.0
464) In what state, country, or territory did you mainly grow up? (V161330)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427129.18216
465) How long have you lived in your present community? YEARS (V161331A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
0) 02465.8
1) 12515.9
2) 22175.1
3) 32225.2
4) 41403.3
5) 51503.5
6) 61283.0
7) 7942.2
8) 8982.3
9) 9691.6
10) 101694.0
11) 11711.7
12) 12962.2
13) 13711.7
14) 14681.6
15) 151192.8
16) 16942.2
17) 17631.5
18) 18852.0
19) 19721.7
20) 201653.9
21) 21521.2
22) 22631.5
23) 23541.3
24) 24531.2
25) 25902.1
26) 26641.5
27) 27360.8
28) 28390.9
29) 29290.7
30) 301303.0
31) 31310.7
32) 32421.0
33) 33260.6
34) 34300.7
35) 35571.3
36) 36300.7
37) 37310.7
38) 38310.7
39) 39230.5
40) 40 years or more63014.8
TOTAL4271100.0
466) How long have you lived in your present community? MONTHS (V161331B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
0) 0241456.5
1) 11724.0
2) 22696.3
3) 32255.3
4) 41754.1
5) 51443.4
6) 62997.0
7) 7761.8
8) 8912.1
9) 91413.3
10) 101263.0
11) 11922.2
13) 1310.0
15) 1520.0
24) 2420.0
TOTAL4271100.0
467) PRE: SUMMARY - Length in current community (V161331X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
1) 1 year or less (0 month 0 years - 1 year 6 months)46210.8
2) 22245.2
3) 32255.3
4) 41463.4
5) 51533.6
6) 61283.0
7) 7982.3
8) 8962.2
9) 9731.7
10) 101633.8
11) 11811.9
12) 12912.1
13) 13771.8
14) 14651.5
15) 151132.6
16) 16922.2
17) 17751.8
18) 18831.9
19) 19681.6
20) 201623.8
21) 21611.4
22) 22581.4
23) 23561.3
24) 24521.2
25) 25912.1
26) 26611.4
27) 27441.0
28) 28350.8
29) 29320.7
30) 301222.9
31) 31390.9
32) 32431.0
33) 33240.6
34) 34290.7
35) 35591.4
36) 36310.7
37) 37320.7
38) 38270.6
39) 39230.5
40) 40 years or more63514.9
TOTAL4271100.0
468) IF R HAS LIVED IN CURRENT COMMUNITY LESS THAN 2 YEARS: What was the zip code where you previously lived? (V161332)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
469) IF R HAS LIVED IN CURRENT COMMUNITY LESS THAN 2 YEARS: IF R DOES NOT KNOW/RF THE ZIP CODE OF WHERE PREVIOUSLY LIVED: What was the city and state where you previously lived? (V161333)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
470) Do you pay rent for your home, make monthly mortgage payments for your home, own your home outright with no payments due, or have some other living arrangement? (V161334)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused350.8
-8) Don't know20.0
1) Pay rent128630.1
2) Pay mortgage175441.1
3) Own home with no payments due88620.7
4) Some other arrangement3087.2
TOTAL4271100.0
471) IF R IS NOT FEMALE/ IF R IS FEMALE: Has your name ever changed or have you never changed your first or last name? / Has your name ever changed (for example, because you got married), or have you never changed your first or last name? (V161335)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused320.7
1) Have changed name134431.5
2) Never changed name289567.8
TOTAL4271100.0
472) IF R HAS CHANGED NAME: What year did you most recently change your name? (V161335A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access for protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
473) Have you ever gone by an alternative or different name? (V161336)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused390.9
1) Yes85019.9
2) No338279.2
TOTAL4271100.0
474) How many years have you lived at this address? (V161337)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused491.1
-8) Don't know30.1
1) 189420.9
2) 267815.9
3) 33939.2
4) 42726.4
5) 51984.6
6) 651011.9
7) 74029.4
8) 845310.6
9) 94199.8
TOTAL4271100.0
475) IF R HAS LIVED AT CURRENT ADDRESS LESS THAN 5 YEARS: Where did you live five years ago? Please tell me the city, state, and ZIP Code if you remember it. (V161338)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
476) Do you have a non-expired Driver's License, or do you not have one? (V161339)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused320.7
1) Have a non-expired driver's license385290.2
2) Do not have one3879.1
TOTAL4271100.0
477) Do you have a non-expired U.S. passport, or do you not have one? (V161340)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused340.8
-8) Don't know60.1
1) Have a non-expired U.S. passport208748.9
2) Do not have one214450.2
TOTAL4271100.0
478) IF R DOES NOT HAVE NONEXPIRED DRIVERS LICENSE: IF R DOES NOT HAVE NONEXPIRED PASSPORT: Do you have any form of non-expired, government issued photo ID, such as a state ID card or military ID? (V161341)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused290.7
-1) Inapplicable393292.1
1) Have another form of ID1924.5
2) Do not have1182.8
TOTAL4271100.0
479) What is your gender? (V161342)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused411.0
1) Male198746.5
2) Female223252.3
3) Other110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
480) IF R INDICATES GENDER IS NOT MALE OR FEMALE: What is your gender? (V161342A)
TOTAL%
-3) Restricted access for protection of respondent anonymity4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
481) When protestors get 'roughed up' for disrupting political events, how much do they generally deserve what happens to them? (V161343)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused801.9
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW20.0
1) Not at all145934.2
2) A little82819.4
3) A moderate amount107725.2
4) A lot44810.5
5) A great deal3778.8
TOTAL4271100.0
482) How much do you feel it is justified for people to use violence to pursue their political goals in this country? (V161344)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused531.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW20.0
1) Not at all357283.6
2) A little2786.5
3) A moderate amount2515.9
4) A lot571.3
5) A great deal581.4
TOTAL4271100.0
483) Do you consider yourself a [strong feminist, a feminist, or are you not a feminist / not a feminist, a feminist, or a strong feminist]? (V161345)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused751.8
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
1) Strong feminist3588.4
2) Feminist124629.2
3) Not a feminist258960.6
TOTAL4271100.0
484) How well does the term 'feminist' describe you? (V161346)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused731.7
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
1) Extremely well2004.7
2) Very well3859.0
3) Somewhat well90521.2
4) Not very well88220.7
5) Not at all182342.7
TOTAL4271100.0
485) IF HOW WELL TERM FEMINIST APPLIES TO R IS MORE THAN 'NOT AT ALL': How important is it to you to be a feminist? (V161347)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable189644.4
1) Extremely important2004.7
2) Very important4129.6
3) Somewhat important66415.5
4) Not very important54312.7
5) Not at all important55012.9
TOTAL4271100.0
486) How well does the term 'anti-feminist' describe you? (V161348)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused791.8
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
1) Extremely well1232.9
2) Very well1924.5
3) Somewhat well3718.7
4) Not very well71816.8
5) Not at all278565.2
TOTAL4271100.0
487) IF HOW WELL TERM ANTI-FEMINIST APPLIES TO R IS MORE THAN 'NOT AT ALL': How important is it to you to be an anti-feminist? (V161349)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable286467.1
1) Extremely important761.8
2) Very important1263.0
3) Somewhat important2756.4
4) A little important1934.5
5) Not at all important72717.0
TOTAL4271100.0
488) Do you personally, or jointly with a spouse, have any money invested in the stock market right now -- either in an individual stock or in a mutual fund? (V161350)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused972.3
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW50.1
1) Yes195045.7
2) No221952.0
TOTAL4271100.0
489) IF R IS NOT ONLY MEMBER OF R'S FAMILY IN RESIDENCE IN R'S HOUSEHOLD / IF R IS ONLY MEMBER OF R'S FAMILY IN RESIDENCE IN HOUSEHOLD: The next question is about [the total income of all the members of your family living here / your total income] in 2015, before taxes. This figure should include income from all sources, including salaries, wages, pensions, Social Security, dividends, interest, and all other income. What was [the total income in 2015 of all your family members living here / your total income in 2015]? (V161351)
TOTAL%
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity426099.7
TOTAL4271100.0
490) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER SKIPPED TWICE (IMPLIED REFUSALS): Was it $40,000 or more, or less than that? (V161352)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1202.8
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW110.3
-1) Inapplicable399893.6
1) $40,000 or more952.2
2) Less than $40,000471.1
TOTAL4271100.0
491) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 40,000: Was it $20,000 or more, or less than that? (V161353)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW110.3
-1) Inapplicable421398.6
1) $20,000 or more240.6
2) Less than $20,000190.4
TOTAL4271100.0
492) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 40,000: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 20,000: Please mark the answer that includes the income of all members of your family living here in 2015 before taxes. (V161354)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW110.3
-1) Inapplicable424199.3
1) Under $5,00020.0
2) $5,000-9,99940.1
3) $10,000-12,49930.1
4) $12,500-14,99910.0
6) $17,500-19,99950.1
TOTAL4271100.0
493) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 40,000: IF R INDICATED INCOME 20,000 OR MORE: Please mark the answer that includes the income of all members of your family living here in 2015 before taxes. (V161355)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW110.3
-1) Inapplicable423699.2
1) $20,000-22,49910.0
2) $22,500-24,99930.1
3) $25,000-27,49940.1
4) $27,500-29,99930.1
5) $30,000-34,99950.1
6) $35,000-39,99920.0
TOTAL4271100.0
494) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME 40,000 OR MORE: Was it $70,000 or more, or less than that? (V161356)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused260.6
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
-1) Inapplicable416597.5
1) $70,000 or more501.2
2) Less than $70,000180.4
TOTAL4271100.0
495) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME 40,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 70,000: Please mark the answer that includes the income of all members of your family living here in 2015 before taxes. (V161357)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
-1) Inapplicable424199.3
1) $40,000-44,99920.0
2) $45,000-49,99950.1
3) $50,000-54,99920.0
4) $55,000-59,99920.0
5) $60,000-64,99930.1
6) $65,000-69,99910.0
TOTAL4271100.0
496) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME 40,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME 70,000 OR MORE: Was it $100,000 or more, or less than that? (V161358)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
-1) Inapplicable420998.5
1) $100,000 or more310.7
2) Less than $100,00060.1
TOTAL4271100.0
497) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME 40,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME 70,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME LESS THAN 100,000: Please mark the answer that includes the income of all members of your family living here in 2015 before taxes. (V161359)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
-1) Inapplicable425399.6
2) $75,000-79,99920.0
4) $90,000-99,99910.0
TOTAL4271100.0
498) IF TOTAL INCOME NUMBER GIVEN BY R WAS DK OR RF: IF R INDICATED INCOME 40,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME 70,000 OR MORE: IF R INDICATED INCOME 100,000 OR MORE: Please mark the answer that includes the income of all members of your family living here in 2015 before taxes. (V161360)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused110.3
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
-1) Inapplicable422899.0
1) $100,000-109,99930.1
2) $110,000-124,99950.1
3) $125,000-149,99930.1
4) $150,000-174,99930.1
5) $175,000-249,99910.0
6) $250,000 or more50.1
TOTAL4271100.0
499) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: Pre income summary (V161361X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1904.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW120.3
1) Under $5,0002766.5
2) $5,000-9,999962.2
3) $10,000-12,4991333.1
4) $12,500-14,999370.9
5) $15,000-17,4991102.6
6) $17,500-19,999521.2
7) $20,000-22,4991533.6
8) $22,500-24,999641.5
9) $25,000-27,4991433.3
10) $27,500-29,999340.8
11) $30,000-34,9992135.0
12) $35,000-39,9991663.9
13) $40,000-44,9991784.2
14) $45,000-49,9991543.6
15) $50,000-54,9992044.8
16) $55,000-59,999852.0
17) $60,000-64,9992054.8
18) $65,000-69,9991072.5
19) $70,000-74,9991383.2
20) $75,000-79,9991263.0
21) $80,000-89,9992315.4
22) $90,000-99,9991764.1
23) $100,000-109,9991914.5
24) $110,000-124,9991824.3
25) $125,000-149,9991663.9
26) $150,000-174,9991543.6
27) $175,000-249,9991543.6
28) $250,000 or more1413.3
TOTAL4271100.0
500) Some people think that the way people talk needs to change with the times to be more sensitive to people from different backgrounds. Others think that this has already gone too far and many people are just too easily offended. Which is closer to your opinion? (V161362)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused731.7
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW150.4
1) The way people talk needs to change a lot80218.8
2) The way people talk needs to change a little99423.3
3) People are a little too easily offended120128.1
4) People are much too easily offended118627.8
TOTAL4271100.0
501) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Television news programs (morning or evening) (V161363A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected61314.4
1) Selected359284.1
TOTAL4271100.0
502) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Newspapers (V161363B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected212649.8
1) Selected207948.7
TOTAL4271100.0
503) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Television talk shows, public affairs, or news analysis programs (V161363C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected158237.0
1) Selected262361.4
TOTAL4271100.0
504) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Internet sites, chat rooms, or blogs (V161363D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected159537.3
1) Selected261061.1
TOTAL4271100.0
505) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Radio news or talk shows (V161363E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected191444.8
1) Selected229153.6
TOTAL4271100.0
506) From which of the following sources have you heard anything about the presidential campaign? (Mark all that apply) - Have not heard anything about the presidential campaign from any of these sources (V161363F)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW160.4
0) Not selected415897.4
1) Selected471.1
TOTAL4271100.0
507) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG 20/20 (V161364)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected287867.4
1) Selected85219.9
TOTAL4271100.0
508) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG All In with Chris Hayes (V161365)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected357083.6
1) Selected1603.7
TOTAL4271100.0
509) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Blacklist (V161366)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused question591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected329977.2
1) Selected43110.1
TOTAL4271100.0
510) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley (V161367)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected312173.1
1) Selected60914.3
TOTAL4271100.0
511) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Criminal Minds (V161368)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected298769.9
1) Selected74317.4
TOTAL4271100.0
512) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Empire (V161369)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected343480.4
1) Selected2966.9
TOTAL4271100.0
513) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Hannity (V161370)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected333878.2
1) Selected3929.2
TOTAL4271100.0
514) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Jimmy Kimmel Live (V161371)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected331577.6
1) Selected4159.7
TOTAL4271100.0
515) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Kelly File (V161372)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected336578.8
1) Selected3658.5
TOTAL4271100.0
516) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Modern Family (V161373)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected308572.2
1) Selected64515.1
TOTAL4271100.0
517) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG NCIS (V161374)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected287467.3
1) Selected85620.0
TOTAL4271100.0
518) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (V161375)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected365185.5
1) Selected791.8
TOTAL4271100.0
519) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Sunday Night Football (V161376)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected248058.1
1) Selected125029.3
TOTAL4271100.0
520) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Scorpion (V161377)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected343680.4
1) Selected2946.9
TOTAL4271100.0
521) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Simpsons (V161378)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected348081.5
1) Selected2505.9
TOTAL4271100.0
522) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Today (V161379)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected302070.7
1) Selected71016.6
TOTAL4271100.0
523) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG 60 Minutes (V161380)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected258560.5
1) Selected114526.8
TOTAL4271100.0
524) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Anderson Cooper 360 (V161381)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected316974.2
1) Selected56113.1
TOTAL4271100.0
525) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG CBS This Morning (V161382)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected302470.8
1) Selected70616.5
TOTAL4271100.0
526) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Dancing with the Stars (V161383)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected318274.5
1) Selected54812.8
TOTAL4271100.0
527) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Face the Nation (V161384)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected335178.5
1) Selected3798.9
TOTAL4271100.0
528) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG House of Cards (V161385)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected339079.4
1) Selected3408.0
TOTAL4271100.0
529) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Hardball with Chris Matthews (V161386)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected345680.9
1) Selected2746.4
TOTAL4271100.0
530) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Judge Judy (V161387)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected326676.5
1) Selected46410.9
TOTAL4271100.0
531) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Meet the Press (V161388)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected326676.5
1) Selected46410.9
TOTAL4271100.0
532) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Game of Thrones (V161389)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected322675.5
1) Selected50411.8
TOTAL4271100.0
533) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (V161390)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected293768.8
1) Selected79318.6
TOTAL4271100.0
534) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG On the Record with Greta Van Susteren (V161391)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected344680.7
1) Selected2846.6
TOTAL4271100.0
535) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Daredevil (V161392)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected358984.0
1) Selected1413.3
TOTAL4271100.0
536) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Rachel Maddow Show (V161393)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected345180.8
1) Selected2796.5
TOTAL4271100.0
537) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Shark Tank (V161394)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected310272.6
1) Selected62814.7
TOTAL4271100.0
538) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Voice (V161395)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected300170.3
1) Selected72917.1
TOTAL4271100.0
539) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG ABC World News with David Muir (V161396)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected304071.2
1) Selected69016.2
TOTAL4271100.0
540) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Blue Bloods (V161397)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected315373.8
1) Selected57713.5
TOTAL4271100.0
541) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Conan (V161398)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected357283.6
1) Selected1583.7
TOTAL4271100.0
542) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Dateline NBC (V161399)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected273564.0
1) Selected99523.3
TOTAL4271100.0
543) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Good Morning America (V161400)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected276864.8
1) Selected96222.5
TOTAL4271100.0
544) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Hawaii Five-O (V161401)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected337178.9
1) Selected3598.4
TOTAL4271100.0
545) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Madam Secretary (V161402)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected336978.9
1) Selected3618.5
TOTAL4271100.0
546) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Nancy Grace (V161403)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected354282.9
1) Selected1884.4
TOTAL4271100.0
547) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Erin Burnett OutFront (V161404)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected360484.4
1) Selected1263.0
TOTAL4271100.0
548) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG PBS News Hour (V161405)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected329477.1
1) Selected43610.2
TOTAL4271100.0
549) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Scandal (V161406)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected339779.5
1) Selected3337.8
TOTAL4271100.0
550) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Big Bang Theory (V161407)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected273163.9
1) Selected99923.4
TOTAL4271100.0
551) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (V161408)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected334078.2
1) Selected3909.1
TOTAL4271100.0
552) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The O'Reilly Factor (V161409)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected315873.9
1) Selected57213.4
TOTAL4271100.0
553) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (V161410)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected305871.6
1) Selected67215.7
TOTAL4271100.0
554) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Alpha House (V161411)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused591.4
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW180.4
-1) Inapplicable46410.9
0) Not selected370386.7
1) Selected270.6
TOTAL4271100.0
555) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Al Punto (V161412)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3478.1
1) Selected380.9
TOTAL4271100.0
556) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Al Rojo Vivo (V161413)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3247.6
1) Selected611.4
TOTAL4271100.0
557) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Aqui y Ahora (V161414)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3247.6
1) Selected611.4
TOTAL4271100.0
558) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG CNN en Espanol (V161415)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3418.0
1) Selected441.0
TOTAL4271100.0
559) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Despierta America (V161416)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3357.8
1) Selected501.2
TOTAL4271100.0
560) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG El Gordo y La Flaca (V161417)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3397.9
1) Selected461.1
TOTAL4271100.0
561) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Enfoque (V161418)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3788.9
1) Selected70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
562) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Hoy (V161419)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3628.5
1) Selected230.5
TOTAL4271100.0
563) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Lo Mejor de Caso Cerrado (V161420)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3438.0
1) Selected421.0
TOTAL4271100.0
564) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Noticiero Enrique Gratas (V161421)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3668.6
1) Selected190.4
TOTAL4271100.0
565) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Noticiero Telemundo (V161422)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected2997.0
1) Selected862.0
TOTAL4271100.0
566) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Noticiero Univision (V161423)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected2926.8
1) Selected932.2
TOTAL4271100.0
567) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG El Senor de los Cielos (V161424)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3638.5
1) Selected220.5
TOTAL4271100.0
568) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Que Noche! con Angelica y Raul (V161425)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3758.8
1) Selected100.2
TOTAL4271100.0
569) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Primer Impacto (V161426)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3147.4
1) Selected711.7
TOTAL4271100.0
570) IF HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON TV NEWS/TALK/PUBLIC AFFAIRS/NEWS ANALYSIS PROG(S): Which of the following television programs do you watch regularly? Please check any that you watch at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) TV PROG Cronicas de Sabado (V161427)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Breakoff, sufficient partial IW30.1
-1) Inapplicable387590.7
0) Not selected3718.7
1) Selected140.3
TOTAL4271100.0
571) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG Rush Limbaugh (V161428)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected201347.1
1) Selected2596.1
TOTAL4271100.0
572) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG Morning Edition (NPR) (V161429)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected191744.9
1) Selected3558.3
TOTAL4271100.0
573) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Sean Hannity Show (V161430)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected205348.1
1) Selected2195.1
TOTAL4271100.0
574) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG All Things Considered (NPR) (V161431)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected182442.7
1) Selected44810.5
TOTAL4271100.0
575) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG Marketplace (NPR) (V161432)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected201147.1
1) Selected2616.1
TOTAL4271100.0
576) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Glenn Beck Program (V161433)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected215950.6
1) Selected1132.6
TOTAL4271100.0
577) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Mark Levin Show (V161434)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected215350.4
1) Selected1192.8
TOTAL4271100.0
578) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Savage Nation (Michael Savage) (V161435)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected218451.1
1) Selected882.1
TOTAL4271100.0
579) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG Fresh Air (NPR) (V161436)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected194245.5
1) Selected3307.7
TOTAL4271100.0
580) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Hugh Hewitt Show (V161437)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected225952.9
1) Selected130.3
TOTAL4271100.0
581) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Thom Hartmann Program (V161438)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected225252.7
1) Selected200.5
TOTAL4271100.0
582) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG Joe Madison (The Black Eagle) (V161439)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected226152.9
1) Selected110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
583) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Mike Gallagher Show (V161440)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected224652.6
1) Selected260.6
TOTAL4271100.0
584) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Bill Handel Show (V161441)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected224852.6
1) Selected240.6
TOTAL4271100.0
585) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG The Schnitt Show (Todd Schnitt) (V161442)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected226152.9
1) Selected110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
586) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON RADIO NEWS OR RADIO TALK PROGRAM(S): Which of the following radio programs do you listen to regularly? Please check any that you listen to at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Radio PROG None of the above (V161443)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused180.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)180.4
-1) Inapplicable196346.0
0) Not selected90221.1
1) Selected137032.1
TOTAL4271100.0
587) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Yahoo News (www.yahoo.com/news) (V161444)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected191744.9
1) Selected67615.8
TOTAL4271100.0
588) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website CNN.com (V161445)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected199246.6
1) Selected60114.1
TOTAL4271100.0
589) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website NBC News (www.nbcnews.com) (V161446)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected221451.8
1) Selected3798.9
TOTAL4271100.0
590) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Huffington Post (www.huffingtonpost.com) (V161447)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected194445.5
1) Selected64915.2
TOTAL4271100.0
591) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website CBS News (www.cbsnews.com) (V161448)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected222852.2
1) Selected3658.5
TOTAL4271100.0
592) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website USA Today (usatoday.com) (V161449)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected218251.1
1) Selected4119.6
TOTAL4271100.0
593) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Buzzfeed.com (V161450)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected230253.9
1) Selected2916.8
TOTAL4271100.0
594) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website New York Times (nytimes.com) (V161451)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected208848.9
1) Selected50511.8
TOTAL4271100.0
595) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Fox News (www.foxnews.com) (V161452)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected195145.7
1) Selected64215.0
TOTAL4271100.0
596) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Mail Online / Daily Mail (dailymail.co.uk) (V161453)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected246057.6
1) Selected1333.1
TOTAL4271100.0
597) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Washington Post (washingtonpost.com) (V161454)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected216050.6
1) Selected43310.1
TOTAL4271100.0
598) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Business Insider (businessinsider.com) (V161455)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected246557.7
1) Selected1283.0
TOTAL4271100.0
599) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website BBC News (news.bbc.co.uk) (V161456)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected222852.2
1) Selected3658.5
TOTAL4271100.0
600) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website The Guardian (theguardian.com) (V161457)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected241056.4
1) Selected1834.3
TOTAL4271100.0
601) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website ABC News (abcnews.com) (V161458)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected216550.7
1) Selected42810.0
TOTAL4271100.0
602) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website Other (V161459)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected227353.2
1) Selected3207.5
TOTAL4271100.0
603) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN ON INTERNET SITE(S), CHAT ROOM(S), OR BLOG(S): Which of the following websites do you visit regularly? Please check any that you visit at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Website None (V161460)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused140.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable164538.5
0) Not selected203247.6
1) Selected56113.1
TOTAL4271100.0
604) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: SUMMARY - Number of additional preloaded newspapers (V161461X)
TOTAL%
0) No additional preload (4 default newspapers [NYT, USA Today, WSJ, Washington Post])2926.8
1) One additional preload (5 total newspapers)250958.7
2) Two additional preloads (6 total newspapers)112726.4
3) Three additional newspaper preloads (7 total newspapers)2676.3
4) Four additional newspaper preloads (8 total newspapers)761.8
TOTAL4271100.0
605) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 5th newspaper (V161462)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
606) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 6th newspaper (V161463)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
607) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 7th newspaper (V161464)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
608) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 8th newspaper (V161465)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
609) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 9th newspaper (V161466)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
610) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 10th newspaper (V161467)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
611) PRE FTF CASI/WEB: RESTRICTED - 11th newspaper (V161468)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity208448.8
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
TOTAL4271100.0
612) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper The New York Times (V161469)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected176641.3
1) Selected1754.1
TOTAL4271100.0
613) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper USA Today (V161470)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected171840.2
1) Selected2235.2
TOTAL4271100.0
614) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper The Wall Street Journal (V161471)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected180742.3
1) Selected1343.1
TOTAL4271100.0
615) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper The Washington Post (V161472)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected185343.4
1) Selected882.1
TOTAL4271100.0
616) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[5] (V161473)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1182.8
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)170.4
-1) Inapplicable231554.2
0) Not selected89020.8
1) Selected93121.8
TOTAL4271100.0
617) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[6] (V161474)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused501.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-1) Inapplicable352482.5
0) Not selected45010.5
1) Selected2365.5
TOTAL4271100.0
618) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[7] (V161475)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)40.1
-1) Inapplicable409295.8
0) Not selected1242.9
1) Selected431.0
TOTAL4271100.0
619) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[8] (V161476)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-1) Inapplicable422999.0
0) Not selected310.7
1) Selected80.2
TOTAL4271100.0
620) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[9] (V161477)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
621) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[10] (V161478)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
622) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Printed newspaper pnews[11] (V161479)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
623) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Other printed newspaper (V161480)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected171340.1
1) Selected2285.3
TOTAL4271100.0
624) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) No printed newspaper (V161481)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1353.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected143133.5
1) Selected51011.9
TOTAL4271100.0
625) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) www.nytimes.com (New York Times) (V161482)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected141833.2
1) Selected3377.9
TOTAL4271100.0
626) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) www.usatoday.com (USA Today) (V161483)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected153035.8
1) Selected2255.3
TOTAL4271100.0
627) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) online.wsj.com (Wall Street Journal) (V161484)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected161937.9
1) Selected1363.2
TOTAL4271100.0
628) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) www.washingtonpost.com (Washington Post) (V161485)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected150735.3
1) Selected2485.8
TOTAL4271100.0
629) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[5] (V161486)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused2936.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)170.4
-1) Inapplicable231554.2
0) Not selected109525.6
1) Selected55112.9
TOTAL4271100.0
630) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[6] (V161487)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1072.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-1) Inapplicable352482.5
0) Not selected47911.2
1) Selected1503.5
TOTAL4271100.0
631) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[7] (V161488)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused270.6
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)40.1
-1) Inapplicable409295.8
0) Not selected1212.8
1) Selected270.6
TOTAL4271100.0
632) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[8] (V161489)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-1) Inapplicable422999.0
0) Not selected280.7
1) Selected70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
633) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[9] (V161490)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
634) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[10] (V161491)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
635) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Online newspaper inews[11] (V161492)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
636) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) Other online newspaper (V161493)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected161737.9
1) Selected1383.2
TOTAL4271100.0
637) IF R HEARD ABOUT PRES CAMPAIGN IN NEWSPAPERS: Which of the following newspapers do you read online or in print regularly? Please check any that you read at least once a month. (Mark all that apply) No online newspaper (V161494)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused3217.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
-1) Inapplicable217650.9
0) Not selected96322.5
1) Selected79218.5
TOTAL4271100.0
638) During a typical week, how many days do you use social media such as Twitter or Facebook? (V161495)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused561.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)190.4
0) None126129.5
1) One day2345.5
2) Two days1623.8
3) Three days2225.2
4) Four days1694.0
5) Five days2676.3
6) Six days1794.2
7) Seven days170239.9
TOTAL4271100.0
639) How many guns do you or anyone else living here own? (V161496)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused2405.6
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)210.5
0) 0272563.8
1) 13798.9
2) 22556.0
3) 31683.9
4) 4972.3
5) 51022.4
6) 6711.7
7) 7260.6
8) 8320.7
9) 9110.3
10) 10521.2
11) 1140.1
12) 12130.3
13) 1320.0
15) 15210.5
16) 1620.0
17) 1720.0
18) 1830.1
20) 20140.3
22) 2210.0
23) 2320.0
24) 2410.0
25) 2550.1
26) 2610.0
27) 2730.1
30) 3060.1
37) 3710.0
40) 4010.0
42) 4210.0
44) 4410.0
45) 4510.0
49) 4910.0
50) 5010.0
90) 9010.0
99) 9940.1
TOTAL4271100.0
640) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set B (V161497)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1012.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)320.7
0) Not correct44310.4
1) Correct369586.5
TOTAL4271100.0
641) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set D (V161498)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused852.0
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)330.8
0) Not correct2515.9
1) Correct390291.4
TOTAL4271100.0
642) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set E (V161499)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused811.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)330.8
0) Not correct69116.2
1) Correct346681.2
TOTAL4271100.0
643) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set F (V161500)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused831.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)340.8
0) Not correct3508.2
1) Correct380489.1
TOTAL4271100.0
644) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set G (V161501)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1012.4
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)340.8
0) Not correct229253.7
1) Correct184443.2
TOTAL4271100.0
645) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set H (V161502)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1242.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)350.8
0) Not correct230353.9
1) Correct180942.4
TOTAL4271100.0
646) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set J (V161503)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused912.1
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)350.8
0) Not correct219651.4
1) Correct194945.6
TOTAL4271100.0
647) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set K (V161504)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused962.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)360.8
0) Not correct118527.7
1) Correct295469.2
TOTAL4271100.0
648) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set L (V161505)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused842.0
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)380.9
0) Not correct145334.0
1) Correct269663.1
TOTAL4271100.0
649) PRE FTF CASI / WEB: Correct or incorrect - WORDSUM set O (V161506)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused862.0
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)390.9
0) Not correct132431.0
1) Correct282266.1
TOTAL4271100.0
650) 'Many women interpret innocent remarks or acts as being sexist.' Do you agree strongly, agree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly with this statement? (V161507)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused761.8
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)390.9
1) Agree strongly3177.4
2) Agree somewhat124629.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree152035.6
4) Disagree somewhat63314.8
5) Disagree strongly44010.3
TOTAL4271100.0
651) 'Most women fail to appreciate fully all that men do for them.' (Do you agree strongly, agree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly with this statement?) (V161508)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused761.8
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)411.0
1) Agree strongly2345.5
2) Agree somewhat75917.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree148634.8
4) Disagree somewhat77418.1
5) Disagree strongly90121.1
TOTAL4271100.0
652) 'Women seek to gain power by getting control over men.' (Do you agree strongly, agree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly with this statement?) (V161509)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused811.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)421.0
1) Agree strongly2074.8
2) Agree somewhat71716.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree144233.8
4) Disagree somewhat73417.2
5) Disagree strongly104824.5
TOTAL4271100.0
653) 'Once a woman gets a man to commit to her, she tries to put him on a tight leash.' (Do you agree strongly, agree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly with this statement?) (V161510)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused811.9
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)421.0
1) Agree strongly1643.8
2) Agree somewhat56813.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree135131.6
4) Disagree somewhat76918.0
5) Disagree strongly129630.3
TOTAL4271100.0
654) IF R IS NOT FEMALE / IF R IS FEMALE: Do you consider yourself to be heterosexual or straight, homosexual or gay, or bisexual? / Do you consider yourself to be heterosexual or straight, homosexual or gay or lesbian, or bisexual? (V161511)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused932.2
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)431.0
1) Heterosexual or straight390991.5
2) Homosexual or gay (or lesbian)1092.6
3) Bisexual1172.7
TOTAL4271100.0
655) Among your immediate family members, relatives, neighbors, co-workers, or close friends, are any of them gay, lesbian, or bisexual as far as you know? (V161512)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused892.1
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)441.0
1) Yes227353.2
2) No186543.7
TOTAL4271100.0
656) For how many years is a United States Senator elected - that is, how many years are there in one full term of office for a U.S. Senator? (V161513)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1503.5
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)461.1
1) 1491.1
2) 257413.4
3) 3591.4
4) 4126929.7
5) 5360.8
6) 6172740.4
7) 7290.7
8) 82415.6
9) 970.2
10) 10310.7
12) 12220.5
13) 1310.0
16) 1610.0
20) 2070.2
21) 2110.0
24) 2410.0
30) 3060.1
32) 3210.0
33) 3310.0
34) 3410.0
40) 4020.0
44) 4410.0
45) 4510.0
47) 4710.0
48) 4810.0
50) 5030.1
99) 9920.0
TOTAL4271100.0
657) On which of the following does the U.S. federal government currently spend the least? (V161514)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused731.7
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)481.1
1) Foreign aid115126.9
2) Medicare84319.7
3) National defense54512.8
4) Social Security161137.7
TOTAL4271100.0
658) Do you happen to know which party currently has the most members in the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington? (V161515)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1343.1
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)491.1
1) Democrats109325.6
2) Republicans299570.1
TOTAL4271100.0
659) Do you happen to know which party currently has the most members in the U.S. Senate? (V161516)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1403.3
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)491.1
1) Democrats134131.4
2) Republicans274164.2
TOTAL4271100.0
660) IF MODE IS WEB: How easy was it for you to get access to a computer with an internet connection to take this survey? (V161517)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused260.6
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)541.3
-1) Inapplicable118127.7
1) Not at all easy1032.4
2) A little easy1152.7
3) Moderately easy3588.4
4) Very easy52212.2
5) Extremely easy191244.8
TOTAL4271100.0
661) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: This interview is almost done. How would you rate the interviewer's performance during the interview today? Was it good, bad, or neither good nor bad? (V161518)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused411.0
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
1) Good109325.6
2) Bad30.1
3) Neither good nor bad441.0
TOTAL4271100.0
662) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: IF R SAID THAT INTERVIEWER PERFORMANCE WAS GOOD / IF R SAID THAT INTERVIEWER PERFORMANCE WAS BAD: Was it extremely [good/bad], moderately [good/bad] or a little [good/bad]? / Was it a little [good/bad], moderately [good/bad] or extremely [good/bad]? (V161519)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable317574.3
1) Extremely91921.5
2) Moderately1613.8
3) A little160.4
TOTAL4271100.0
663) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: How would you rate this interview for the American National Election Studies? Did you like it, dislike it, or neither like nor dislike it? (V161520)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused411.0
-1) Inapplicable309072.3
1) Liked75317.6
2) Disliked380.9
3) Neither liked nor disliked3498.2
TOTAL4271100.0
664) IF MODE IS FACE-TO-FACE: IF R SAID LIKED THE PRE INTERVIEW / IF R SAID DISLIKED THE PRE INTERVIEW: Did you [like/dislike] it a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal? / Did you [like/dislike] it a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little? (V161521)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-1) Inapplicable348081.5
1) A little421.0
2) A moderate amount3879.1
3) A great deal3618.5
TOTAL4271100.0
665) All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole these days? (V161522)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused280.7
-8) Don't know40.1
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)541.3
1) Extremely satisfied67915.9
2) Very satisfied159037.2
3) Moderately satisfied141833.2
4) Slightly satisfied3668.6
5) Not satisfied at all1323.1
TOTAL4271100.0
666) IF MODE IS WEB: Thank you for completing the American National Election Study surveys. Please share any comments you have. We welcome your feedback. (V161523)
TOTAL%
-5) Interview breakoff (sufficient partial IW)110.3
-3) Restricted access, not available, protection of respondent anonymity307972.1
-1) Inapplicable118127.7
TOTAL4271100.0
667) POST: FTF ONLY: Audio recording consent (V162001)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable259060.6
1) Continue102123.9
7) Refuse to allow audio recording380.9
TOTAL4271100.0
668) How many programs about the campaign for president did you watch on television? (V162002)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) None3187.4
2) Just one or two83719.6
3) Several124829.2
4) A good many124629.2
TOTAL4271100.0
669) How many speeches or discussions about the campaign for president did you listen to on the radio? (V162003)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) None139432.6
2) Just one or two81719.1
3) Several79518.6
4) A good many64315.1
TOTAL4271100.0
670) How many times did you read, watch, or listen to any information about the campaign for president on the Internet? (V162004)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) None51011.9
2) Just one or two58113.6
3) Several118327.7
4) A good many137332.1
TOTAL4271100.0
671) How many stories about the campaign for president did you read about in any newspaper? (V162005)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) None140432.9
2) Just one or two81719.1
3) Several77018.0
4) A good many65815.4
TOTAL4271100.0
672) IF READ, WATCHED OR LISTENED TO CAMPAIGN FOR PRESIDENT INFO ON THE INTERNET: Did you visit any presidential candidates' websites, or did you never do that? (V162006)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable51212.0
1) Yes, visited candidate web site(s)76818.0
2) Never did that236955.5
TOTAL4271100.0
673) As you know, the political parties try to talk to as many people as they can to get them to vote for their candidate. Did anyone from one of the political parties call you up or come around and talk to you about the campaign this year? (V162007)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes117827.6
2) No246857.8
TOTAL4271100.0
674) IF SOMEONE FROM POLITICAL PARTY CONTACTED R ABOUT CAMPAIGN: Which party was that? (V162007A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know70.2
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable247157.9
1) Democrats45510.7
2) Republicans2706.3
3) Both4139.7
5) Other310.7
TOTAL4271100.0
675) Other than someone from the two major parties, did anyone (else) call you up or come around and talk to you about supporting specific candidates in this last election? (V162008)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes46710.9
2) No318174.5
TOTAL4271100.0
676) During the campaign this year, did anyone talk to you about registering to vote or getting out to vote? (V162009)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes, someone did166839.1
2) No, no one did198146.4
TOTAL4271100.0
677) We would like to find out about some of the things people do to help a party or a candidate win an election. During the campaign, did you talk to any people and try to show them why they should vote for or against one of the parties or candidates? (V162010)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes182942.8
2) No181942.6
TOTAL4271100.0
678) Did you go to any political meetings, rallies, speeches, dinners, or things like that in support of a particular candidate? (V162011)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes2606.1
2) No338879.3
TOTAL4271100.0
679) Did you wear a campaign button, put a campaign sticker on your car, or place a sign in your window or in front of your house? (V162012)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes44110.3
2) No320775.1
TOTAL4271100.0
680) Did you do any (other) work for one of the parties or candidates? (V162013)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes1192.8
2) No352982.6
TOTAL4271100.0
681) During an election year people are often asked to make a contribution to support campaigns. Did you give money to an individual candidate running for public office? (V162014)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes44210.3
2) No320475.0
TOTAL4271100.0
682) IF R CONTRIBUTED MONEY TO INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATE: Which party did that candidate belong to? (V162014A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable320775.1
1) Democratic2566.0
2) Republican1573.7
3) Both Democratic and Republican130.3
5) Other160.4
TOTAL4271100.0
683) IF R CONTRIBUTED MONEY TO INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATE: Which party did that candidate belong to? (V162014B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW865.1
-6) No post-election interview53631.9
-3) Restricted105963.0
Missing2590 
TOTAL1681100.0
684) Did you give money to a political party during this election year? (V162016)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes2846.6
2) No336278.7
TOTAL4271100.0
685) IF R CONTRIBUTED MONEY TO POLITICAL PARTY: To which party did you give money? (V162016A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable336578.8
1) Democratic1543.6
2) Republican1182.8
3) Both Democratic and Republican parties50.1
5) Other70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
686) IF R CONTRIBUTED MONEY TO POLITICAL PARTY: To which party did you give money? (V162016B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW865.1
-6) No post-election interview53631.9
-3) Restricted105963.0
Missing2590 
TOTAL1681100.0
687) Did you give any money to any other group that supported or opposed candidates? (V162017)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes1413.3
2) No350782.1
TOTAL4271100.0
688) During the past 12 months, have you joined in a protest march, rally, or demonstration, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162018A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months1172.7
2) Have not done this in past 12 months353182.7
TOTAL4271100.0
689) During the past 12 months, have you signed a petition on the Internet or on paper about a political or social issue, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162018B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months88720.8
2) Have not done this in past 12 months276064.6
TOTAL4271100.0
690) During the past 12 months, have you ever given money to a religious organization, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162018C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months151935.6
2) Have not done this in past 12 months212949.8
TOTAL4271100.0
691) Not counting a religious organization, during the past 12 months, have you given money to any other organization concerned with a political or social issue, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162018D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know40.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months74617.5
2) Have not done this in past 12 months289867.9
TOTAL4271100.0
692) During the past 12 months, have you ever posted a message on Facebook or Twitter about a political issue, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162018E)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months121028.3
2) Have not done this in past 12 months243657.0
TOTAL4271100.0
693) During the past 12 months, have you contacted or tried to contact a member of the U.S. Senate or U.S. House of Representatives, or have you not done this in the past 12 months? (V162019)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have done this in past 12 months4109.6
2) Have not done this in past 12 months323575.7
TOTAL4271100.0
694) IF R HAD TRIED TO CONTACT MEMBER OF U.S. HOUSE OR SENATE IN PAST 12 MONTHS: Which of these did you contact? A U.S. Senator from your state (V162020A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable323975.8
0) No1142.7
1) Yes2946.9
TOTAL4271100.0
695) IF R HAD TRIED TO CONTACT MEMBER OF U.S. HOUSE OR SENATE IN PAST 12 MONTHS: Which of these did you contact? The member of the U.S. House of Representatives from your district (V162020C)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable323975.8
0) No1473.4
1) Yes2626.1
TOTAL4271100.0
696) IF R HAD TRIED TO CONTACT MEMBER OF U.S. HOUSE OR SENATE IN PAST 12 MONTHS: Which of these did you contact? A U.S. Senator from another state (V162020B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable323975.8
0) No3428.0
1) Yes671.6
TOTAL4271100.0
697) IF R HAD TRIED TO CONTACT MEMBER OF U.S. HOUSE OR SENATE IN PAST 12 MONTHS: Which of these did you contact? Another member of the U.S. House of Representatives (V162020D)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable323975.8
0) No3588.4
1) Yes511.2
TOTAL4271100.0
698) POST: Vote section- order of major party candidate names / FTF Ballot Color (V162021A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Democratic candidate names 1st / FTF yellow Ballot Card184443.2
2) Republican candidate names 1st / FTF green Ballot Card180542.3
TOTAL4271100.0
699) POST: Vote section- household address preloaded (sample address) (V162021B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Sample address preloaded364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
700) POST: Vote section- candidate names preloaded for sample address (V162021C)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) No candidate names preloaded for location of sample address511.2
1) Candidate names preloaded for location of sample address359884.2
TOTAL4271100.0
701) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: Now on a different topic. Are you registered to vote at this address, registered at a different address, or not currently registered? (V162022)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable313773.4
1) Registered at this address1443.4
2) Registered at a different address260.6
3) Not currently registered3408.0
TOTAL4271100.0
702) IF MODE IS INTERNET: IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF WEB RESPONDENT HAS NO ADDRESS ON FILE (NOT PRELOADED) / IF WEB RESPONDENT DID NOT ANSWER WHERE REGISTERED TO VOTE: Are you registered to vote? (V162022A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable364885.4
TOTAL4271100.0
703) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN PRELOAD ADDRESS / IF WEB R INDICATES REGISTERED BUT UNKNOWN AT WHAT ADDRESS: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V162023)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable362384.8
0) Registration address not given30.1
1) Registration address given200.5
2) Partial address given for registration address20.0
3) Only P.O. box given as registration address10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
704) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN PRELOAD ADDRESS / IF WEB R INDICATES REGISTERED BUT UNKNOWN AT WHAT ADDRESS: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V162024A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable362384.8
0) State not included for registration address30.1
1) State included for registration address230.5
TOTAL4271100.0
705) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN PRELOAD ADDRESS / IF WEB R INDICATES REGISTERED BUT UNKNOWN AT WHAT ADDRESS: What is the address where you are registered to vote now? (V162024B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable362384.8
0) City not included for registration address30.1
1) City included for registration address220.5
9) Only city of P.O. Box given (3 in V162023)10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
706) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R IS REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN PRELOAD ADDRESS / IF WEB R INDICATES REGISTERED BUT UNKNOWN AT WHAT ADDRESS: IF STATE OF REGISTRATION (AT LEAST) WAS NOT PROVIDED FOR REGISTRATION ADDRESS: In what state are you registered to vote now? (V162025)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable364685.4
13) Georgia10.0
36) New York20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
707) POST: State of registration for Post vote section (Pre nonvoter; registration state given Pre or Post) (V162026A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427119.7619
708) POST: State of registration for Post vote section same as sample address state (V162026B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable47311.1
0) State of registration is not same as state of sample address721.7
1) State of registration same as state of sample address310472.7
TOTAL4271100.0
709) POST: Senate race in state of registration (all registrations) (V162026C)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable47311.1
0) No Senate race in state of registration89921.0
1) Senate race in state of registration227753.3
TOTAL4271100.0
710) POST: Governor race in state of registration (all registrations) (V162026D)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable47311.1
0) No governor race in state of registration272563.8
1) Governor race in state of registration45110.6
TOTAL4271100.0
711) POST: Party registration in state of registration (all registrations) (V162026E)
TOTAL%
-6) No post-election interview1222.9
-1) Inapplicable47311.1
0) No party registration in state of registration185743.5
1) Party registration in state of registration181942.6
TOTAL4271100.0
712) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R REGISTERED AT AN ADDRESS OTHER THAN CURRENT ADDRESS: IF R REGISTERED IN SAME STATE AS CURRENT ADDRESS OR REGISTRATION STATE MISSING: Is that address in [PRELOAD: sample county name]? (V162027)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable362884.9
1) Yes, registered in [county of sample address]150.4
2) No, registered in other county60.1
TOTAL4271100.0
713) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS / IF R NOT REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS AND PROVIDED ADDRESS OF REGISTRATION: How many years have you been registered to vote at [this/that] address? (V162028)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable348281.5
1) 0-1 years1022.4
2) 2-5 years380.9
3) 5 years or more270.6
TOTAL4271100.0
714) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS / IF R NOT REGISTERED AT CURRENT ADDRESS AND PROVIDED ADDRESS OF REGISTRATION: How many years have you been registered to vote at [this/that] address? (V162028X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know60.1
-1) Inapplicable45210.6
1) 0-1 years90521.2
2) 2-5 years86920.3
3) 5 years or more203847.7
TOTAL4271100.0
715) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R INDICATED REGISTERED TO VOTE IN THE POST SURVEY: Under what name are you registered to vote? (V162029)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable347981.5
0) No name recorded/non-name response40.1
1) RESTRICTED: Recorded, two words that appear to be first/last names1553.6
2) RESTRICTED: Partially recorded: one word as name, or initial(s) only110.3
TOTAL4271100.0
716) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R INDICATED REGISTERED TO VOTE IN THE POST SURVEY: Under what name are you registered to vote? (V162029X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable44310.4
0) No name recorded/non-name response1573.7
1) RESTRICTED: Recorded, two words that appear to be first/last names353882.8
2) RESTRICTED: Partially recorded: one word as name, or initial(s) only1333.1
TOTAL4271100.0
717) IF R DID NOT INDICATE BEING REGISTERED IN THE PRE SURVEY: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE IN STATE WHERE PARTY MAY BE REGISTERED: What political party are you registered with, if any? (V162030)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable355883.3
1) Democratic Party370.9
2) Republican Party210.5
4) None or 'independent'320.7
5) Other party SPECIFY10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
718) PRE-POST: SUMMARY - Party of registration (V162030X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused90.2
-8) Don't know110.3
-1) Inapplicable206148.3
1) Democratic Party96122.5
2) Republican Party70316.5
4) None or 'independent'50311.8
5) Other party SPECIFY230.5
TOTAL4271100.0
719) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: In talking to people about elections, we often find that a lot of people were not able to vote because they weren't registered, they were sick, or they just didn't have time. Which of the following statements best describes you: (V162031)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable47311.1
1) I did not vote (in the election this November)1623.8
2) I thought about voting this time, but didn't1252.9
3) I usually vote, but didn't this time1573.7
4) I am sure I voted273163.9
TOTAL4271100.0
720) PRE-POST: SUMMARY - Did R vote in 2016 (V162031X)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-1) Inapplicable93922.0
0) Did not vote in 201644410.4
1) Voted in 2016288767.6
TOTAL4271100.0
721) POST: SUMMARY - Post Registration and vote status (V162032X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable1313.1
1) Post status not (or DK/RF if) registered, did not vote (or DK/RF if voted)3428.0
2) Post status registered, did not vote (or DK/RF if voted)44510.4
3) Post status registered and voted273163.9
TOTAL4271100.0
722) POST: FTF ONLY: IWR CHECKPOINT: have correct Post ballot card (V162033)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable268963.0
1) Yes, have [yellow/green] color Ballot Card for R's district73617.2
2) Have Ballot Card in wrong color for R's district180.4
3) Only have card(s) for wrong district or have no ballot cards2064.8
TOTAL4271100.0
723) POST: FTF ONLY: IWR error at Ballot Card checkpoint (V162033A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable268963.0
0) Ballot card not used as IWR error1724.0
1) Ballot card used, names applicable for use75417.7
2) Ballot card not used, names not applicable for use340.8
TOTAL4271100.0
724) POST: SUMMARY - administration of Post vote module (V162033X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable1313.1
1) Used Ballot Card/preload names - R voted244257.2
2) Used Ballot Card/preload names - R did not vote68115.9
3) Not used (open-end responses) - R voted2896.8
4) Not used (open-end responses) - R did not vote1062.5
TOTAL4271100.0
725) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: How about the election for president? Did you vote for a candidate for president? (V162034)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable91821.5
1) Yes, voted for president269163.0
2) No, didn't vote for president390.9
TOTAL4271100.0
726) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R ASSIGNED TO DEMOCRATIC NAMES FIRST / IF R ASSIGNED TO REPUBLICAN NAMES FIRST: Who did you vote for? (V162034A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused260.6
-8) Don't know20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable95822.4
1) Hillary Clinton129030.2
2) Donald Trump117827.6
3) Gary Johnson1152.7
4) Jill Stein310.7
5) Other candidate SPECIFY390.9
7) Other specify given as: none10.0
9) Other specify given as: RF90.2
TOTAL4271100.0
727) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: Would you say your preference for this candidate was strong or not strong? (V162035)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable98623.1
1) Strong188344.1
2) Not strong77718.2
TOTAL4271100.0
728) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: How long before you voted did you decide that you were going to vote the way you did? (V162036)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Redacted text of open-end response available in separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
729) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR PRESIDENT: IF R'S VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IS NOT DK/RF: How long before you voted did you decide that you were going to vote the way you did? (V162036A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Redacted text of open-end response available in separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
730) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: How about the election for president? Did you prefer one of the candidates for president? (V162037)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable286267.0
1) Yes48311.3
2) No3027.1
TOTAL4271100.0
731) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF R PREFERRED A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Who did you prefer? [Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump / Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton], Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, or someone else? (V162037A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable316674.1
1) Hillary Clinton2195.1
2) Donald Trump2195.1
3) Gary Johnson150.4
4) Jill Stein80.2
5) Other candidate SPECIFY200.5
9) Other specify given as: RF20.0
TOTAL4271100.0
732) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF R PREFERRED A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: IF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PREFERENCE IS NOT DK/RF: Would you say your preference for this candidate was strong or not strong? (V162038)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable316674.1
1) Strong3277.7
2) Not strong1563.7
TOTAL4271100.0
733) POST: SUMMARY - Preference for presidential candidate (did not vote) (V162038X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable316674.1
10) Prefer Hillary Clinton - not strong preference791.8
11) Prefer Hillary Clinton - strong preference1403.3
20) Prefer Donald Trump - not strong preference631.5
21) Prefer Donald Trump - strong preference1563.7
30) Prefer Gary Johnson - not strong preference80.2
31) Prefer Gary Johnson - strong preference70.2
40) Prefer Jill Stein - not strong preference30.1
41) Prefer Jill Stein - strong preference50.1
50) Prefer other candidate - not strong preference30.1
51) Prefer other candidate - strong preference190.4
TOTAL4271100.0
734) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT / IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Here is a list of candidates for the major races in this district. How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington. Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives? (V162039)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused40.1
-8) Don't know60.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable91821.5
1) Yes236555.4
2) No3568.3
TOTAL4271100.0
735) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? (V162040)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused330.8
-8) Don't know280.7
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable152235.6
1) Democratic House candidate98323.0
2) Republican House candidate102023.9
3) Independent House candidate150.4
4) R VOL: names on ballot card are not correct [VOTE RECORDED ON NEXT SCREEN] [VOLUNTEERED]110.3
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]370.9
TOTAL4271100.0
736) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: IF NO BALLOT CARD FOR REGIST DISTRICT OR R SAID BALLOT CARD WRONG: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V162041)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know40.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable340079.6
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic1162.7
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican1142.7
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention130.3
TOTAL4271100.0
737) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT / IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Here is a list of candidates for the major races in this district. How about the election for the House of Representatives in Washington? Did you prefer one of the candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives? (V162042)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable286267.0
1) Yes1333.1
2) No65115.2
TOTAL4271100.0
738) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF R PREFERRED A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. HOUSE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you prefer? (V162043)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable352682.6
1) Democratic House candidate531.2
2) Republican House candidate601.4
3) Independent House candidate20.0
4) R VOL: names on ballot card are not correct [VOTE RECORDED ON NEXT SCREEN] [VOLUNTEERED]10.0
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
739) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF R PREFERRED A CANDIDATE FOR U.S. HOUSE: IF NO BALLOT CARD FOR REGIST DISTRICT OR R SAID BALLOT CARD WRONG: Who did you prefer? Which party was that? (V162044)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable363885.2
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic50.1
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican50.1
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
740) POST SUMMARY - Senate and governor races (V162045X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable1313.1
0) No Senate/governor race- sample address state (R not registered)1062.5
1) No Senate/governor race- registration state (R registered)86820.3
10) Senate race- sample address state (R not registered)1984.6
11) Senate race- registration state (R registered)185743.5
20) Governor race- sample address state (R not registered)40.1
21) Governor race- registration state (R registered)310.7
30) Senate and governor races- sample address state (R not registered)340.8
31) Senate and governor races- registration state (R registered)4209.8
TOTAL4271100.0
741) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT / IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: How about the election for the United States Senate? Did you vote for a candidate for the U.S. Senate? (V162046)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know50.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable166939.1
1) Yes179342.0
2) No1804.2
TOTAL4271100.0
742) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. SENATE: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? (V162047)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused150.4
-8) Don't know80.2
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable204848.0
1) Democratic Senate candidate83419.5
2) Republican Senate candidate67815.9
3) Independent Senate candidate481.1
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]180.4
TOTAL4271100.0
743) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R VOTED FOR U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V162048)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know40.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable345780.9
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic972.3
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican852.0
3) Other mention, party not given, or other party mention40.1
TOTAL4271100.0
744) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R NOT REGISTERED OR R REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: How about the election for the United States Senate? Did you prefer one of the candidates for the U.S. Senate? (V162049)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know40.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable312073.1
1) Yes1242.9
2) No4019.4
TOTAL4271100.0
745) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERRED A CANDIDATE FOR THE U.S. SENATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you prefer? (V162050)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable353482.7
1) Democratic Senate candidate561.3
2) Republican Senate candidate491.1
3) Independent Senate candidate70.2
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
746) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED OR IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE AND DID NOT VOTE: IF A SENATE RACE WAS HELD IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF R PREFERRED A CANDIDATE FOR THE U.S. SENATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you prefer? Which party was that? (V162051)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable364185.2
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic50.1
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
747) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: How about the election for governor? Did you vote for a candidate for governor? (V162052)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable326076.3
1) Yes3688.6
2) No200.5
TOTAL4271100.0
748) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R VOTED FOR GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? (V162053)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable332577.9
1) Democratic gubernatorial candidate1904.4
2) Republican gubernatorial candidate1293.0
5) Other candidate [SPECIFY]10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
749) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS REGISTERED TO VOTE: IF R REPORTED IN THE POST THAT R VOTED: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R VOTED FOR GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you vote for? Which party was that? (V162054)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable360584.4
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic270.6
2) Candidate/party mentioned as Republican170.4
TOTAL4271100.0
750) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE OR IF R IS REGISTERED AND R DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: How about the election for governor? Did you prefer one of the candidates for governor? (V162055)
TOTAL%
-7) No Post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable354983.1
1) Yes370.9
2) No631.5
TOTAL4271100.0
751) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE OR IF R IS REGISTERED AND R DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R PREFERRED A GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: IF IWR HAS BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you prefer? (V162056)
TOTAL%
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable361484.6
1) Democratic gubernatorial candidate110.3
2) Republican gubernatorial candidate230.5
TOTAL4271100.0
752) IF R DID NOT INDICATE IN THE PRE THAT R ALREADY VOTED: IF R IS NOT REGISTERED TO VOTE OR IF R IS REGISTERED AND R DID NOT VOTE: IF A GUBERNATORIAL RACE WAS HELD IN REGISTRATION STATE: IF R PREFERRED A GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE: IF IWR DOES NOT HAVE BALLOT CARD FOR REGISTRATION DISTRICT: Who did you prefer? Which party was that? (V162057)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable364685.4
1) Candidate/party mentioned as Democratic30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
753) POST: SUMMARY - Post-election Presidential vote/preference (V162058X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable51512.1
10) Democratic Presidential candidate: voted for candidate129030.2
11) Republican Presidential candidate: voted for candidate117827.6
12) Other Presidential candidate: voted for candidate1854.3
30) Democratic Presidential candidate: preference (nonvoter)2195.1
31) Republican Presidential candidate: preference (nonvoter)2195.1
32) Other Presidential candidate: preference (nonvoter)431.0
TOTAL4271100.0
754) POST: SUMMARY - party of Post-election U.S. House vote/preference (V162059X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable122128.6
10) Democratic House candidate: voted for candidate109925.7
11) Republican House candidate: voted for candidate113426.6
12) Other House candidate: voted for candidate651.5
30) Democratic House candidate: preference (nonvoter)581.4
31) Republican House candidate: preference (nonvoter)651.5
32) Other House candidate: preference (nonvoter)70.2
TOTAL4271100.0
755) POST: SUMMARY - party of Post-election U.S. Senate vote/preference (V162060X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable176441.3
10) Democratic Senate candidate: voted for candidate93121.8
11) Republican Senate candidate: voted for candidate76317.9
12) Other Senate candidate: voted for candidate701.6
30) Democratic Senate candidate: preference (nonvoter)611.4
31) Republican Senate candidate: preference (nonvoter)521.2
32) Other Senate candidate: preference (nonvoter)80.2
TOTAL4271100.0
756) POST: SUMMARY - party of Post-election gubernatorial vote/preference (V162061X)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable324876.0
10) Democratic gubernatorial candidate: voted for candidate2175.1
11) Republican gubernatorial candidate: voted for candidate1463.4
12) Other gubernatorial candidate: voted for candidate10.0
30) Democratic gubernatorial candidate: preference (nonvoter)140.3
31) Republican gubernatorial candidate: preference (nonvoter)230.5
TOTAL4271100.0
757) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: 2016 Presidential vote (V162062X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused310.7
-8) Don't know20.0
-1) Inapplicable142733.4
1) Hillary Clinton136431.9
2) Donald Trump124529.2
3) Gary Johnson1182.8
4) Jill Stein320.7
5) Other candidate SPECIFY521.2
TOTAL4271100.0
758) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: 2016 Pre intent vote for president - Post vote for president (V162063X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
759) 2016 PRE-POST NONVOTER SUMMARY: 2016 Pre preference for president - Post preference for president (V162064X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
760) 2016 PRE-POST REG/TURNOUT SUMMARY: 2016 registration - turnout status (V162065X)
TOTAL%
-2) Coded version of open-end response will be included in future release4271100.0
TOTAL4271100.0
761) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: 2016 Presidential vote w/ strength (V162066X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable146334.3
10) Voted for Hillary Clinton - not strong preference3638.5
11) Voted for Hillary Clinton - strong preference99923.4
20) Voted for Donald Trump - not strong preference3347.8
21) Voted for Donald Trump - strong preference91021.3
30) Voted for Gary Johnson - not strong preference791.8
31) Voted for Gary Johnson - strong preference390.9
40) Voted for Jill Stein - not strong preference160.4
41) Voted for Jill Stein - strong preference160.4
50) Voted for other candidate - not strong preference170.4
51) Voted for other candidate - strong preference350.8
TOTAL4271100.0
762) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: party of 2016 U.S. House vote (V162067X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable185143.3
1) Voted for Democratic House candidate115527.0
2) Voted for Republican House candidate119528.0
3) Voted for other House candidate701.6
TOTAL4271100.0
763) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: party of 2016 U.S. Senate vote (V162068X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable241756.6
1) Voted for Democratic Senate candidate97322.8
2) Voted for Republican Senate candidate80218.8
3) Voted for other Senate candidate791.8
TOTAL4271100.0
764) 2016 PRE-POST VOTE SUMMARY: party of 2016 governor vote (V162069X)
TOTAL%
-1) Inapplicable389791.2
1) Voted for Democratic gubernatorial candidate2205.2
2) Voted for Republican gubernatorial candidate1533.6
3) Voted for other gubernatorial candidate10.0
TOTAL4271100.0
765) Now we have a set of questions concerning various public figures. We want to see how much information about them gets out to the public from television, newspapers and the like. The first name is: Joe Biden. What job or political office does he now hold? (V162072)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct45010.5
1) Correct319974.9
TOTAL4271100.0
766) Paul Ryan. What job or political office does he now hold? (V162073A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct160837.6
1) Correct204147.8
TOTAL4271100.0
767) Paul Ryan. What job or political office does he now hold? [Scheme 2] [ARDA Note: due to processing issues the labels for 'Partially correct' and 'Correct' were changed. The original value for 'Partially correct' is .5. The original value for 'Correct' is 1.] (V162073B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct134831.6
1) Partially correct3187.4
2) Correct198346.4
TOTAL4271100.0
768) Angela Merkel. What job or political office does she now hold? (V162074A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct203647.7
1) Correct161337.8
TOTAL4271100.0
769) Angela Merkel. What job or political office does she now hold? [Scheme 2] (V162074B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct237955.7
1) Correct127029.7
TOTAL4271100.0
770) Vladimir Putin. What job or political office does he now hold? (V162075A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct55212.9
1) Correct309772.5
TOTAL4271100.0
771) Vladimir Putin. What job or political office does he now hold? [Scheme 2] (V162075B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct116627.3
1) Correct248358.1
TOTAL4271100.0
772) John Roberts. What job or political office does he now hold? [ARDA Note: due to processing issues the labels for 'Partially correct' and 'Correct' were changed. The original value for 'Partially correct' is .5. The original value for 'Correct.'] (V162076A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct217650.9
1) Partially correct50511.8
2) Correct96822.7
TOTAL4271100.0
773) John Roberts. What job or political office does he now hold? [Scheme 2] (V162076B)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
0) Not correct272863.9
1) Correct92121.6
TOTAL4271100.0
774) How would you rate: Hillary Clinton (V162078)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427136.4639
775) How would you rate: Donald Trump (V162079)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427135.34442
776) How would you rate: Gary Johnson (V162080)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271100.669250
777) How would you rate: Jill Stein (V162081)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427191.915235
778) IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN U.S. HOUSE RACE IN R'S CURRENT DISTRICT: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Democratic House candidate name] (V162082)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271102.337246
779) IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN U.S. HOUSE RACE IN R'S CURRENT DISTRICT: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Republican House candidate name] (V162083)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4271104.496248
780) IF INDEPENDENT/3rd-PARTY CANDIDATE IN U.S. HOUSE RACE IN R'S CURRENT DISTRICT: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Independent/Other House candidate name] (V162084)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW864.9
-6) No post-election interview53630.8
-1) Inapplicable100657.9
0) 020.1
12) 1210.1
15) 1530.2
18) 1820.1
30) 3060.3
37) 3710.1
39) 3910.1
40) 4030.2
41) 4120.1
50) 50281.6
51) 5160.3
52) 5210.1
54) 5420.1
56) 5610.1
60) 6080.5
61) 6110.1
66) 6610.1
70) 7050.3
74) 7410.1
75) 7510.1
85) 8590.5
86) 8610.1
998) Don't know10.1
999) Don't recognize231.3
Missing2533 
TOTAL1738100.0
781) IF SENATE RACE IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE IN SENATE RACE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Democratic Senate candidate name] (V162085)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427163.513185
782) IF SENATE RACE IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE IN SENATE RACE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Republican Senate candidate name] (V162086)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427145.472150
783) IF SENATE RACE IN R'S CURRENT STATE: IF INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE IN SENATE RACE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: Independent/Other Senate candidate name] (V162087)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42717.60577
784) IF NO SENATE RACE IN R's CURRENT STATE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: name of senior U.S. Senator in state] (V162088)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427123.497118
785) IF NO SENATE RACE IN R's CURRENT STATE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: name of junior U.S. Senator in state] (V162089)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427120.642110
786) IF SENATE RACE IN R's CURRENT STATE: How would you rate: [PRELOAD: name of non-running Senator in state] (V162090)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427161.765183
787) How would you rate: Tim Kaine (V162091)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427179.87205
788) How would you rate: Mike Pence (V162092)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427167.756162
789) How would you rate: Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts (V162093)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427183.595200
790) How would you rate: Pope Francis (V162094)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427175.518134
791) How would you rate: Christian Fundamentalists (V162095)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427151.299105
792) How would you rate: Feminists (V162096)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427152.55584
793) How would you rate: Liberals (V162097)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427146.96473
794) How would you rate: Labor unions (V162098)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427149.61760
795) How would you rate: Poor people (V162099)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427161.05247
796) How would you rate: Big business (V162100)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427143.555
797) How would you rate: Conservatives (V162101)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427150.76371
798) How would you rate: The U.S. Supreme Court (V162102)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427150.17946
799) How would you rate: Gay men and lesbians (V162103)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427152.51958
800) How would you rate: Congress (V162104)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427136.63345
801) How would you rate: Rich people (V162105)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427146.49952
802) How would you rate: Muslims (V162106)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427148.86670
803) How would you rate: Christians (V162107)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427164.38751
804) How would you rate: Jews (V162108)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427163.44973
805) How would you rate: The Tea Party (V162109)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427147.739110
806) How would you rate: Police (V162110)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427164.43648
807) How would you rate: Transgender people (V162111)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427151.78283
808) How would you rate: Scientists (V162112)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427164.91545
809) How would you rate: Black Lives Matter movement (V162113)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL427146.9489
810) IF NAME OF U.S. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE IN OFFICE PRIOR TO THE ELECTION IS PRELOADED: No longer looking at the booklet now. In general, do you approve or disapprove of the way [PRELOAD: name of U.S. House Representative preceding the election] has been handling [his/her] job? (V162114)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1182.8
-8) Don't know2586.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Approve232054.3
2) Disapprove95322.3
TOTAL4271100.0
811) IF NAME OF U.S. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE IN OFFICE PRIOR TO THE ELECTION IS PRELOADED: IF R APPROVES HOUSE INCUMBENT JOB: Do you approve strongly or not strongly? (V162114A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-4) Error70.2
-1) Inapplicable132931.1
1) Strongly83419.5
2) Not strongly147334.5
TOTAL4271100.0
812) IF NAME OF U.S. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE IN OFFICE PRIOR TO THE ELECTION IS PRELOADED: IF R DISAPPROVES HOUSE INCUMBENT JOB: Do you disapprove strongly or not strongly? (V162114B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-4) Error60.1
-1) Inapplicable269563.1
1) Strongly3548.3
2) Not strongly59113.8
TOTAL4271100.0
813) POST: SUMMARY- House incumbent approval (V162114X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused1263.0
-8) Don't know2586.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-4) Error130.3
1) Approve strongly83419.5
2) Approve not strongly147334.5
4) Disapprove not strongly59113.8
5) Disapprove strongly3548.3
TOTAL4271100.0
814) IF NAME OF U.S. HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE IN OFFICE PRIOR TO THE ELECTION IS PRELOADED: How good a job would you say U.S. Representative [PRELOAD: name of U.S. House Representative preceding the election] does of keeping in touch with the people in your district - does [he/she] do [a very good job, fairly good, fairly poor, or a very poor job / a very poor job, fairly poor, fairly good, or very good job] of keeping in touch with the people in this district? (V162115)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused922.2
-8) Don't know1062.5
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Very good3788.9
2) Fairly good167939.3
3) Fairly poor100923.6
4) Very poor3859.0
TOTAL4271100.0
815) Switching to another topic. What do you think are the most important problems facing this country? If you think there are more than one, please briefly tell me one problem now. (V162116A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Text responses, separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
816) IF FIRST MENTION OF MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IS NOT DK OR REFUSED: Which political party do you think would be the most likely to get the government to do a better job in dealing with this problem - [the Democrats, the Republicans / the Republicans, the Democrats] or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (V162117)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-8) Don't know100.2
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable591.4
1) Democrats106625.0
2) Republicans129030.2
3) Wouldn't be much difference122328.6
TOTAL4271100.0
817) IF FIRST MENTION OF MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IS NOT DK OR REFUSED: Can you think of any other important problems facing this country? If so, please briefly mention one of them now. (V162118A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Text responses, separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
818) IF SECOND MENTION OF MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IS NOT DK OR REFUSED: Which political party do you think would be the most likely to get the government to do a better job in dealing with this problem - [the Democrats, the Republicans / the Republicans, the Democrats] or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (V162119)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know150.4
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable2926.8
1) Democrats104824.5
2) Republicans124129.1
3) Wouldn't be much difference105024.6
TOTAL4271100.0
819) IF SECOND MENTION OF MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IS NOT DK OR REFUSED: Can you think of any other important problems facing this country? If so, please briefly mention one of them now. (V162120A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Text responses, separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
820) IF THIRD MENTION OF MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IS NOT DK OR REFUSED: Which political party do you think would be the most likely to get the government to do a better job in dealing with this problem - [the Democrats, the Republicans / the Republicans, the Democrats] or wouldn't there be much difference between them? (V162121)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know230.5
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable78818.5
1) Democrats86620.3
2) Republicans95822.4
3) Wouldn't be much difference100723.6
TOTAL4271100.0
821) IF R HAS MENTIONED MORE THAN 1 IMPORTANT PROBLEM IN THE COUNTRY: Of those you've mentioned, what would you say is the single most important problem the country faces? (V162122A)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-2) Text responses, separate file364985.4
TOTAL4271100.0
822) 'The world would be a better place if people from other countries were more like Americans.' Do you [agree strongly, agree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly / disagree strongly, disagree somewhat, neither agree nor disagree, agree somewhat, or agree strongly] with this statement? (V162123)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Agree strongly3087.2
2) Agree somewhat79718.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree127229.8
4) Disagree somewhat69716.3
5) Disagree strongly57013.3
TOTAL4271100.0
823) When you see the American flag flying does it make you feel good, bad, or neither good nor bad? (V162124)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Good290267.9
2) Bad781.8
3) Neither good nor bad66715.6
TOTAL4271100.0
824) IF R SEEING THE AMERICAN FLAG MAKES R FEEL GOOD / IF R SEEING THE AMERICAN FLAG MAKES R FEEL BAD: Does it make you feel [extremely good, moderately good, or a little good / a little good, moderately good, or extremely good]? / Does it make you feel [extremely bad, moderately bad, or a little bad / a little bad, moderately bad, or extremely bad]? (V162125)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable66915.7
1) Extremely197646.3
2) Moderately84019.7
3) A little1633.8
TOTAL4271100.0
825) POST: SUMMARY - How good/bad does R feel to see American flag (V162125X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Extremely good195445.8
2) Moderately good80018.7
3) A little good1473.4
4) Neither good nor bad66715.6
5) A little bad160.4
6) Moderately bad400.9
7) Extremely bad220.5
TOTAL4271100.0
826) In October, the media released a 2005 recording of Donald Trump having a crude conversation about women. Have you heard about this video, or not? (V162126)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Yes, heard about the video341079.8
2) No, have not heard about it2375.5
TOTAL4271100.0
827) IF R HAS HEARD ABOUT 2005 VIDEO OF REPUBLICAN PRES CAND TRUMP TALK ABOUT WOMEN: In deciding how to vote, how much do you think the information from the video should have mattered to people? (V162127)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable2395.6
1) A great deal102123.9
2) A lot47311.1
3) A moderate amount63414.8
4) A little62014.5
5) Not at all65415.3
TOTAL4271100.0
828) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: Next, there's been some talk these days about different social classes. Most people say they belong either to the middle class or the working class. Do you ever think of yourself as belonging in one of these classes? (V162128)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable136431.9
1) Yes175841.2
2) No52212.2
TOTAL4271100.0
829) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: IF R THINKS OF SELF AS MEMBER OF EITHER MIDDLE OR WORKING CLASS: Which one? (V162129)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-4) Error259060.6
-1) Inapplicable67715.9
0) Lower class or poor60.1
1) Middle class1984.6
2) Working class1583.7
3) Both150.4
4) Upper class50.1
TOTAL4271100.0
830) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: IF R DOESN'T THINK/DK IF THINKS OF SELF AS MIDDLE OR WORKING CLASS: Well, if you had to make a choice, would you call yourself middle class or working class? (V162130)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused100.2
-8) Don't know10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable312373.1
0) Upper class10.0
1) Middle class2135.0
2) Working class2886.7
3) Neither30.1
4) Lower class or poor70.2
5) Other30.1
TOTAL4271100.0
831) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 4-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: IF R THINKS OF SELF AS MIDDLE CLASS / IF R THINKS OF SELF AS WORKING CLASS: Would you say that you are about average [middle/working] class or that you are in the upper part of the [middle/working] class? (V162131)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-8) Don't know30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable141633.2
0) Lower class or poor50.1
1) Average [middle/working] class163638.3
2) Upper [middle/working] class55713.0
3) Lower [middle/working] class220.5
4) Upper class80.2
TOTAL4271100.0
832) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 2-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: How would you describe your social class? Are you in the lower class, the working class, the middle class, or the upper class? (V162132)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused30.1
-8) Don't know20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable228553.5
1) Lower class1052.5
2) Working class52212.2
3) Middle class67415.8
4) Upper class581.4
TOTAL4271100.0
833) IF R IS SELECTED FOR THE 2-QUESTION SET OF SOCIAL CLASS QUESTIONS IN THE POST: IF R HAS INDICATED SOCIAL CLASS AS MIDDLE CLASS: Are you in the lower middle class, the middle class, or the upper middle class? (V162133)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable297569.7
1) Lower middle class1513.5
2) Middle class3578.4
3) Upper middle class1653.9
TOTAL4271100.0
834) How much opportunity is there in America today for the average person to get ahead? (V162134)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know40.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) A great deal3478.1
2) A lot60814.2
3) A moderate amount144833.9
4) A little105924.8
5) None1774.1
TOTAL4271100.0
835) When it comes to people trying to improve their financial well-being, do you think it is now easier, harder, or the same as it was 20 years ago? (V162135)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know110.3
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Easier46610.9
2) Harder264561.9
3) The same52212.2
TOTAL4271100.0
836) IF R SAYS ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN U.S. IS EASIER THAN 20 YEARS AGO / IF R SAYS ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN U.S. IS HARDER THAN 20 YEARS AGO: How much [easier/harder]? (V162136)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused20.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable53812.6
1) A great deal137232.1
2) A moderate amount139332.6
3) A little3448.1
TOTAL4271100.0
837) POST: SUMMARY - Economic mobility easier/harder compared to 20 years ago (V162136X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know110.3
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) A great deal easier952.2
2) A moderate amount easier2535.9
3) A little easier1182.8
4) The same52212.2
5) A little harder2265.3
6) A moderate amount harder114026.7
7) A great deal harder127729.9
TOTAL4271100.0
838) What was the current unemployment rate in the United States as of November 4, 2017? (V162137)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused421.0
-8) Don't know1082.5
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Rate 2.9 percent1834.3
2) Rate 4.9 percent (correct)205048.0
3) Rate 6.9 percent89320.9
4) Rate 8.9 percent3738.7
TOTAL4271100.0
839) What is the minimum wage in [PRELOAD: sample state] per hour? (V162138)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL42715.8236
840) When the U.S. federal government spends more money than it collects, the difference is called the federal budget deficit. The federal government currently has a deficit. How important is it to reduce the deficit? (V162139)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused130.3
-8) Don't know60.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Extremely important146434.3
2) Very important131830.9
3) Moderately important67215.7
4) A little important1353.2
5) Not at all important411.0
TOTAL4271100.0
841) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose increasing income taxes on people making over one million dollars per year? (V162140)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know50.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor244357.2
2) Oppose54912.9
3) Neither favor nor oppose64415.1
TOTAL4271100.0
842) In the past 12 months, how often have you either bought or declined to buy a certain product or service because of the social or political values of the company that provides it? (V162141)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know110.3
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Never157236.8
2) Once in a while119828.0
3) About half the time3738.7
4) Most of the time3237.6
5) All the time1653.9
TOTAL4271100.0
843) On another topic. Has the 2010 health care law, also known as the Affordable Care Act, improved, worsened, or had no effect on the quality of health care services in the United States? (V162142)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused210.5
-8) Don't know421.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Improved121528.4
2) Worsened174740.9
3) Had no effect62414.6
TOTAL4271100.0
844) Has the 2010 health care law increased, decreased, or had no effect on the number of Americans with health insurance? (V162143)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused220.5
-8) Don't know390.9
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Increased267162.5
2) Decreased49511.6
3) Had no effect4229.9
TOTAL4271100.0
845) Has the 2010 health care law increased, decreased, or had no effect on the cost of health insurance for most Americans? (V162144)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused270.6
-8) Don't know551.3
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Increased267962.7
2) Decreased43110.1
3) Had no effect45710.7
TOTAL4271100.0
846) Has the 2010 health care law increased, decreased, or had no effect on the cost of your health care? (V162145)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused190.4
-8) Don't know180.4
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Increased182942.8
2) Decreased2756.4
3) Had no effect150835.3
TOTAL4271100.0
847) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose requiring children to be vaccinated in order to attend public schools? (V162146)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know90.2
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor281565.9
2) Oppose2896.8
3) Neither favor nor oppose53112.4
TOTAL4271100.0
848) IF R FAVORS REQUIRING VACCINATION IN ORDER FOR CHILDREN TO ATTEND SCHOOL / IF R OPPOSES REQUIRING VACCINATION IN ORDER FOR CHILDREN TO ATTEND SCHOOL: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V162147)
TOTAL%
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable54512.8
1) A great deal221151.8
2) A moderate amount74817.5
3) A little1453.4
TOTAL4271100.0
849) POST: SUMMARY - Favor/oppose vaccines in schools (V162147X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused50.1
-8) Don't know90.2
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor a great deal206748.4
2) Favor a moderate amount64315.1
3) Favor a little1052.5
4) Neither favor nor oppose53112.4
5) Oppose a little400.9
6) Oppose a moderate amount1052.5
7) Oppose a great deal1443.4
TOTAL4271100.0
850) Next, do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose the government trying to reduce the difference in incomes between the richest and poorest households? (V162148)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused120.3
-8) Don't know200.5
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor152635.7
2) Oppose113726.6
3) Neither favor nor oppose95422.3
TOTAL4271100.0
851) Do you favor, oppose, or neither favor nor oppose requiring employers to pay women and men the same amount for the same work? (V162149)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor321575.3
2) Oppose1383.2
3) Neither favor nor oppose2876.7
TOTAL4271100.0
852) IF FAVORS REQUIRING EMPLOYERS TO PAY MEN AND WOMEN SAME FOR THE SAME WORK / IF OPPOSES REQUIRING EMPLOYERS TO PAY MEN AND WOMEN SAME FOR THE SAME WORK: Do you favor that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? / Do you oppose that [a great deal, a moderate amount, or a little / a little, a moderate amount, or a great deal]? (V162150)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused10.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable2966.9
1) A great deal270063.2
2) A moderate amount54312.7
3) A little1092.6
TOTAL4271100.0
853) POST: SUMMARY - Favor/oppose equal pay for men and women (V162150X)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused70.2
-8) Don't know30.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Favor a great deal263461.7
2) Favor a moderate amount49611.6
3) Favor a little842.0
4) Neither favor nor oppose2876.7
5) Oppose a little250.6
6) Oppose a moderate amount471.1
7) Oppose a great deal661.5
TOTAL4271100.0
854) Now for some other questions. Since the September 11, 2001 attacks there have been changes in security at public places such as airports, stadiums and government buildings. Have these changes in security [gone too far, are they just about right, or do they not go far enough / not gone far enough, are they just about right, or do they go too far]? (V162151)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused80.2
-8) Don't know230.5
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Have gone too far56013.1
2) Are just about right228953.6
3) Do not go far enough76918.0
TOTAL4271100.0
855) IF R IS SELECTED FOR REVISED VERSION OF IMPORTS LIMIT QUESTION: Some people have suggested placing new limits on foreign imports in order to protect American jobs. Others say that such limits would raise consumer prices and hurt American exports. Do you favor or oppose placing new limits on imports? (V162152A)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused160.4
-8) Don't know431.0
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable186343.6
1) Favor103924.3
2) Oppose68816.1
TOTAL4271100.0
856) IF R IS SELECTED FOR STANDARD VERSION OF IMPORTS LIMIT QUESTION: Some people have suggested placing new limits on foreign imports in order to protect American jobs. Others say that such limits would raise consumer prices and hurt American exports. Do you FAVOR or OPPOSE placing new limits on imports, or haven't you thought much about this? (V162152B)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused60.1
-8) Don't know60.1
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
-1) Inapplicable178641.8
1) Favor67315.8
2) Oppose3518.2
99) Haven't thought much about this82719.4
TOTAL4271100.0
857) Thinking about the relationship between the United States and Israel, is the U.S. too supportive of Israel, not supportive enough of Israel, or is U.S. support of Israel about right? (V162153)
TOTAL%
-9) Refused461.1
-8) Don't know611.4
-7) No post data, incomplete IW862.0
-6) No post-election interview53612.5
1) Too supportive83719.6
2) Not supportive enough88220.7
3) About right182342.7
TOTAL4271100.0