Pew Survey of U.S. Jews 2013 - Respondent Component
SummaryThe Pew Research Center Survey of U.S. Jews 2013, is a comprehensive national survey of the Jewish population. The survey explores attitudes, beliefs, practices and experiences of Jews living in the United States. There are two datasets, a respondent dataset (where there is one row per respondent) and a household dataset (where there is one row per person in the sampled households). The respondent dataset includes all of the information collected as part of the survey. The household dataset is a reshaped version of the respondent dataset that includes a limited number of variables describing the demographic characteristics and Jewish status of all of the people in the surveyed households.
The ARDA has added six additional variables to the original data set to enhance the users' experience on our site.
Data FileCases: 35929
Weight Variable: WEIGHT and HHWEIGHT
Original Survey (Instrument)Survey of US Jews 2013, Background and Codebook
Funded ByProduced by The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life with support from the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Neubauer Family Foundation.
Collection ProceduresInterviews were conducted by telephone (landlines and cellphones) between Feb. 20 and June 13, 2013, by the research firm Abt SRBI. Interviews were conducted in English and Russian.
Sampling ProceduresEstimates of the Jewish share of county's population were used to divide the country into eight geographic units, or strata. High-density Jewish areas were oversampled while areas where Jews are less concentrated were undersampled. The data are statistically adjusted (weights included for analysis) to ensure that Jews from various parts of the country are represented in their proper proportions.
The complete sampling procedure is available in the Survey of U.S. Jews 2013, Background and Codebook, available for download under the Original Survey section.