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Presbyterian Panel Survey, February 2014 - 1001 New Worshiping Communities, Clergy - Codebook

All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).

1) Identification number (PANELID)
2) Completed web survey? (WEB)
 TOTAL%
0) No22037.2
1) Yes37162.8
Total591100.0
3) Sample (SAMPLE)
 TOTAL%
3) Pastors41670.4
4) Specialized Ministers17529.6
Total591100.0
4) At the 2012 General Assembly, PC(USA) leaders encouraged Presbyterians to create 1,001 new worshiping communities (NWCs) between 2012 and 2022. The definition of a 'worshiping community' is deliberately broad, to include traditional new church developments and also immigrant fellowships, house churches, and a variety of other possibilities, including experimental ones. Were you previously aware of this '1001 New Worshipping Communities' (1001 NWC) initiative? (Q1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes49283.5
2) No8614.6
3) Not sure111.9
Missing2
Total589100.0
5) [If Q1 is yes], how familiar are you with this 1001 New Worshipping Communities (1001 NWC) initiative? (Q2)
 TOTAL%
1) Very familiar10621.7
2) Familiar18638.0
3) A little familiar19740.3
Missing102
Total489100.0
6) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): 1001 NWC videos (Q3_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked49183.1
1) Checked10016.9
Total591100.0
7) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): 1001 NWC website (Q3_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked50685.6
1) Checked8514.4
Total591100.0
8) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): 2012 General Assembly (Q3_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked42571.9
1) Checked16628.1
Total591100.0
9) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): A previous Panel survey (Q3_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55093.1
1) Checked416.9
Total591100.0
10) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Big Tent event (Q3_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56495.4
1) Checked274.6
Total591100.0
11) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Bulletin insert (Q3_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56996.3
1) Checked223.7
Total591100.0
12) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Camp or retreat (Q3_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58498.8
1) Checked71.2
Total591100.0
13) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Evangelism and Church Growth Conference (Q3_8)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56795.9
1) Checked244.1
Total591100.0
14) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Facebook (Q3_9)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54492.0
1) Checked478.0
Total591100.0
15) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): 'Get in the Game' event at a presbytery (Q3_10)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57697.5
1) Checked152.5
Total591100.0
16) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Guest speaker at a congregation (Q3_11)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57296.8
1) Checked193.2
Total591100.0
17) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): News story (Q3_12)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked42371.6
1) Checked16828.4
Total591100.0
18) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): PC(USA) website (Q3_13)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked39266.3
1) Checked19933.7
Total591100.0
19) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Presbytery meeting (Q3_14)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked33055.8
1) Checked26144.2
Total591100.0
20) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The Starting New Churches resource, available in both print and downloadable formats (Q3_15)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54792.6
1) Checked447.4
Total591100.0
21) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Starting New Worshipping Communities workshop (Q3_16)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57597.3
1) Checked162.7
Total591100.0
22) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Synod meeting (Q3_17)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58398.6
1) Checked81.4
Total591100.0
23) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: Presbyterians Today magazines (Q3_PT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58298.5
1) Checked91.5
Total591100.0
24) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: PC(USA) staff or leadership (Q3_STAFF)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57597.3
1) Checked162.7
Total591100.0
25) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: Friends, family, colleagues, and/or acquaintances (Q3_FRIEND)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56495.4
1) Checked274.6
Total591100.0
26) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: Through church (Q3_CHURCH)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58498.8
1) Checked71.2
Total591100.0
27) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: Other conference or gathering (Q3_CONF)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58198.3
1) Checked101.7
Total591100.0
28) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): The following are coded from written responses: Through presbytery, more generally (Q3_PRESBY)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57497.1
1) Checked172.9
Total591100.0
29) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Other (please specify) (Q3_18R)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56896.1
1) Checked233.9
Total591100.0
30) Which of the following have helped you to become more familiar with the 1001 NWC initiative? (Fill in all that apply.): Not sure/Don't remember (Q3_19)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57296.8
1) Checked193.2
Total591100.0
31) Please list the name , city, state, presbytery, and leader for each PC(USA) new worshipping community you are familiar with: [Listed NWCs tabulated separately] (Q4)
 TOTAL%
0) Did not list any NWC's41970.9
1) Listed at least one NWC17229.1
Total591100.0
32) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): A close friend or family member attends a NWC (Q5_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54992.9
1) Checked427.1
Total591100.0
33) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): Given a financial donation directly or one or more NWCs (Q5_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55593.9
1) Checked366.1
Total591100.0
34) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): Prayed for one or more NWCs (Q5_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked47179.7
1) Checked12020.3
Total591100.0
35) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): Regularly attended one or more NWCs (Q5_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57797.6
1) Checked142.4
Total591100.0
36) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): Helped one or more NWCs in some other way (such as serving one a support committee, helping them develop a class or event, leading a class or event, helping them design or carry out a worship service, helping them with another ministry, etc.) (Q5_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked52588.8
1) Checked6611.2
Total591100.0
37) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): Other (please specify) (Q5_6R)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54992.9
1) Checked427.1
Total591100.0
38) In the past year, have you had any of the following connections or experiences with a PC(USA) new worshipping community (NWC)? (Fill in all that apply.): I haven't had any connections or experiences with a PC(USA) NWC in the past year (Q5_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked27546.5
1) Checked31653.5
Total591100.0
39) Is your congregation involved in any way with a new worshipping community? (Q6)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes8414.2
2) No42371.6
3) Not sure305.1
4) Not part of the congregation549.1
Total591100.0
40) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Participates in events intentionally organized to build relationships between the church and new worshipping community (Q7_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55393.6
1) Checked386.4
Total591100.0
41) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Partners in service work with the new worshipping community (local or international missions, volunteering, activism, etc.) (Q7_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56094.8
1) Checked315.2
Total591100.0
42) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Provides financial support (Q7_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54592.2
1) Checked467.8
Total591100.0
43) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Provides session oversight (Q7_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57196.6
1) Checked203.4
Total591100.0
44) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Shares its staff (Q7_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57697.5
1) Checked152.5
Total591100.0
45) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Shares office space (Q7_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57397.0
1) Checked183.0
Total591100.0
46) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Shares space for studies/small groups (Q7_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56595.6
1) Checked264.4
Total591100.0
47) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Shares worship space (Q7_8)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56495.4
1) Checked274.6
Total591100.0
48) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Shares other resources with them besides money, staff, or space (i.e., musical instruments, Bibles, other print materials, etc.) (Q7_9)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56595.6
1) Checked264.4
Total591100.0
49) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): We pray for one another (Q7_10)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54091.4
1) Checked518.6
Total591100.0
50) [If Q6 is yes], in which of the following ways was your congregation involved? (Fill in all that apply.): Other (please specify) (Q7_11R)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57597.3
1) Checked162.7
Total591100.0
51) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Energized your congregation? (Q8A)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much1923.2
2) Somewhat2125.6
3) Slightly2429.3
4) Not at all89.8
5) Don't know/No opinion1012.2
Missing509
Total82100.0
52) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Energized your congregation? (Q8AR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much - Somewhat4048.8
2) Slightly - Not at all3239.0
3) Don't know/No opinion1012.2
Missing509
Total82100.0
53) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Helped your congregation to grow numerically? (Q8B)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much67.3
2) Somewhat911.0
3) Slightly1214.6
4) Not at all4251.2
5) Don't know/No opinion1315.9
Missing509
Total82100.0
54) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Helped your congregation to grow numerically? (Q8BR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much - Somewhat1518.3
2) Slightly - Not at all5465.9
3) Don't know/No opinion1315.9
Missing509
Total82100.0
55) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Increased your congregation's engagement with the community? (Q8C)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much1518.3
2) Somewhat1923.2
3) Slightly1923.2
4) Not at all1518.3
5) Don't know/No opinion1417.1
Missing509
Total82100.0
56) How much, if any, has your congregation's relationship with the NWC: Increased your congregation's engagement with the community? (Q8CR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very much - Somewhat3441.5
2) Slightly - Not at all3441.5
3) Don't know/No opinion1417.1
Missing509
Total82100.0
57) If your congregation were to partner with a NWC, do you expect that you would do each of the following? (If your congregation currently partners with a NWC, answer based on whether you have done each of the following.) Include the NWC in my personal prayers (Q9A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes46889.0
2) No244.6
3) Not sure346.5
Missing65
Total526100.0
58) If your congregation were to partner with a NWC, do you expect that you would do each of the following? (If your congregation currently partners with a NWC, answer based on whether you have done each of the following.) Make a personal financial contribution to support the NWC (Q9B)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes21441.9
2) No9017.6
3) Not sure20740.5
Missing80
Total511100.0
59) If your congregation were to partner with a NWC, do you expect that you would do each of the following? (If your congregation currently partners with a NWC, answer based on whether you have done each of the following.) Make a personal commitment to attend services at the NWC (Q9C)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes18737.3
2) No14829.5
3) Not sure16733.3
Missing89
Total502100.0
60) If your congregation were to partner with a NWC, do you expect that you would do each of the following? (If your congregation currently partners with a NWC, answer based on whether you have done each of the following.) Make a personal commitment to help the NWC in some other way (such as serving on a support committee, helping them develop a class or event, helping them design or carry out a worship service, helping them with another ministry, etc.) (Q9D)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes31861.9
2) No6512.6
3) Not sure13125.5
Missing77
Total514100.0
61) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for worship space when your congregation does not normally meet for worship (Q10A)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive31559.9
2) Somewhat supportive10520.0
3) Slightly supportive336.3
4) Not at all supportive244.6
5) Don't know-No opinion499.3
Missing65
Total526100.0
62) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for worship space when your congregation does not normally meet for worship (Q10AR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive42079.8
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive5710.8
3) Don't know/No opinion499.3
Missing65
Total526100.0
63) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for office space (Q10B)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive22843.5
2) Somewhat supportive13125.0
3) Slightly supportive5310.1
4) Not at all supportive438.2
5) Don't know/No opinion6913.2
Missing67
Total524100.0
64) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for office space (Q10BR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive35968.5
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive9618.3
3) Don't know/No opinion6913.2
Missing67
Total524100.0
65) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for small groups and/or meetings during the week (Q10C)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive32561.8
2) Somewhat supportive11020.9
3) Slightly supportive285.3
4) Not at all supportive173.2
5) Don't know/No opinion468.7
Missing65
Total526100.0
66) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Allowing the NWC at no cost to use part of your congregation's building for small groups and/or meetings during the week (Q10CR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive43582.7
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive458.6
3) Don't know/No opinion468.7
Missing65
Total526100.0
67) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing space with the NWC if the NWC paid rent to use space in your congregation's building (Q10D)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive26050.2
2) Somewhat supportive11021.2
3) Slightly supportive428.1
4) Not at all supportive387.3
5) Don't know/No opinion6813.1
Missing73
Total518100.0
68) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing space with the NWC if the NWC paid rent to use space in your congregation's building (Q10DR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive37071.4
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive8015.4
3) Don't know/No opinion6813.1
Missing73
Total518100.0
69) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing your congregation's pastor with the NWC at no cost to the NWC (Q10E)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive12323.5
2) Somewhat supportive12924.7
3) Slightly supportive10820.7
4) Not at all supportive6813.0
5) Don't know/No opinion9518.2
Missing68
Total523100.0
70) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing your congregation's pastor with the NWC at no cost to the NWC (Q10ER)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive25248.2
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive17633.7
3) Don't know/No opinion9518.2
Missing68
Total523100.0
71) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing other staff in your congregation with the NWC at no cost to the NWC (Q10F)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive10820.8
2) Somewhat supportive12423.9
3) Slightly supportive10720.6
4) Not at all supportive6211.9
5) Don't know/No opinion11822.7
Missing72
Total519100.0
72) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing other staff in your congregation with the NWC at no cost to the NWC (Q10FR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive23244.7
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive16932.6
3) Don't know/No opinion11822.7
Missing72
Total519100.0
73) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing your congregation's pastor or other staff with the NWC if the NWC paid part of their salaries (Q10G)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive15930.9
2) Somewhat supportive12424.1
3) Slightly supportive7815.1
4) Not at all supportive5711.1
5) Don't know/No opinion9718.8
Missing76
Total515100.0
74) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Sharing your congregation's pastor or other staff with the NWC if the NWC paid part of their salaries (Q10GR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive28355.0
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive13526.2
3) Don't know/No opinion9718.8
Missing76
Total515100.0
75) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Setting aside a portion of your congregation's budget to support the NWC for a two-year period (Q10H)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive11421.9
2) Somewhat supportive12724.4
3) Slightly supportive12724.4
4) Not at all supportive5811.2
5) Don't know/No opinion9418.1
Missing71
Total520100.0
76) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Setting aside a portion of your congregation's budget to support the NWC for a two-year period (Q10HR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive24146.3
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive18535.6
3) Don't know/No opinion9418.1
Missing71
Total520100.0
77) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Including the NWC in regular prayers (Q10I)
 TOTAL%
1) Very supportive40877.3
2) Somewhat supportive6512.3
3) Slightly supportive152.8
4) Not at all supportive101.9
5) Don't know/No opinion305.7
Missing63
Total528100.0
78) How supportive would you be if your congregation was to partner with a NWC in each of the following ways? (If it already partners with a NWC in any of these ways, answer about how supportive you are of this type of partnership.) Including the NWC in regular prayers (Q10IR)
 TOTAL%
1) Very - Somewhat supportive47389.6
2) Slightly - Not at all supportive254.7
3) Don't know/No opinion305.7
Missing63
Total528100.0
79) How realistic is the goal for Presbyterians to create 1,001 new worshipping communities between 2012 and 2022? (Note that about 200 new worshipping communities have been formed between 2012 and early 2014.) (Q11)
 TOTAL%
1) Very realistic7713.1
2) Realistic25844.0
3) Not too realistic14624.9
4) Not at all realistic498.3
5) Not sure579.7
Missing4
Total587100.0
80) How realistic is the goal for Presbyterians to create 1,001 new worshipping communities between 2012 and 2022? (Note that about 200 new worshipping communities have been formed between 2012 and early 2014.) (Q11R)
 TOTAL%
1) Very realistic - realistic33557.1
2) Not too - not at all realistic19533.2
3) Not sure579.7
Missing4
Total587100.0
81) How important is the creation of new worshipping communities for reaching the next generation of Presbyterians? (Q12)
 TOTAL%
1) Essential28348.0
2) Important18130.7
3) Somewhat important7813.2
4) Not important203.4
5) Not sure274.6
Missing2
Total589100.0
82) How important is the creation of new worshipping communities for reaching the next generation of Presbyterians? (Q12R)
 TOTAL%
1) Essential - important46478.8
2) Somewhat - not important9816.6
3) Not sure274.6
Missing2
Total589100.0
83) In your opinion, how effective an evangelism tool is the creation of new worshipping communities? (Q13)
 TOTAL%
1) Very effective13523.2
2) Effective20234.8
3) Somewhat effective13423.1
4) Not effective396.7
5) Not sure7112.2
Missing10
Total581100.0
84) In your opinion, how effective an evangelism tool is the creation of new worshipping communities? (Q13R)
 TOTAL%
1) Very effective - effective33758.0
2) Somewhat - not effective17329.8
3) Not sure7112.2
Missing10
Total581100.0
85) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount between the two options: Add to existing congregations (Q14A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total57148.0330.91
86) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount between the two options: Add to existing congregations (Q14AR)
 TOTAL%
1) $09115.9
2) $1-258214.4
3) $26-5021637.8
4) $51-757613.3
5) $76-99529.1
6) $100549.5
Missing20
Total571100.0
87) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount between the two options: Add to existing congregations (Q14ARR)
 TOTAL%
1) $1-5038968.1
2) $51-10018231.9
Missing20
Total571100.0
88) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount between the two options: Development of new congregations or other new worshipping communities (Q14B)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total57151.9730.91
89) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount to the two options: Development of new congregations or other new worshipping communities (Q14BR)
 TOTAL%
1) $0549.5
2) $1-2510718.7
3) $26-5020636.1
4) $51-757813.7
5) $76-99356.1
6) $1009115.9
Missing20
Total571100.0
90) Suppose you had $100 to donate to help existing congregations, start new worshipping communities, or both. Indicate how you would split that amount between the two options: Development of new congregations or other new worshipping communities (Q14BRR)
 TOTAL%
1) $1-5036764.3
2) $51-10020435.7
Missing20
Total571100.0
91) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): The Presbyterian Mission Agency (the national mission and ministry agency for the PC(USA), formerly called the General Assembly Mission Council) (Q15_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56295.1
1) Checked294.9
Total591100.0
92) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Synods (Q15_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58899.5
1) Checked30.5
Total591100.0
93) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Presbyteries (Q15_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked36461.6
1) Checked22738.4
Total591100.0
94) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Seminaries (Q15_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57697.5
1) Checked152.5
Total591100.0
95) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Existing congregations (Q15_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked36060.9
1) Checked23139.1
Total591100.0
96) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Individual Presbyterians (Q15_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked49383.4
1) Checked9816.6
Total591100.0
97) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one): Other (please specify) (Q15_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57397.0
1) Checked183.0
Total591100.0
98) In general, what part of the PC(USA) is best equipped to start new worshipping communities? (Fill in only one):Not sure/ Don't know [volunteered] (Q15_8)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58799.3
1) Checked40.7
Total591100.0
99) In general, do you think that young adults are more likely or less likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building, as compared to a congregation that meets in a coffee shop, bar, or other location not normally associated with church and worship? (Q16)
 TOTAL%
1) Much more likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building203.4
2) Somewhat more likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building7412.6
3) Neither more likely nor less likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building26745.6
4) Somewhat less likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building16428.0
5) Much less likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building6110.4
Missing5
Total586100.0
100) In general, do you think that young adults are more likely or less likely to participate in a congregation that meets in a typical church building, as compared to a congregation that meets in a coffee shop, bar, or other location not normally associated with church and worship? (Q16R)
 TOTAL%
1) Much - somewhat more likely9416.0
2) Neither more nor less likely26745.6
3) Much - somewhat less likely22538.4
Missing5
Total586100.0
101) In general, do you think that young people are more likely or less likely to participate in congregation that uses traditional church language and music, compared to a congregation that uses language and music more typical of the larger culture? (Q17)
 TOTAL%
1) Much more likely to participate in a congregation that uses traditional church language and music101.7
2) Somewhat more likely to participate in a congregation that uses traditional church language and music498.4
3) Neither more nor less likely to participate in a congregation that uses traditional church language and music21035.9
4) Somewhat less likely to participate in a congregation that uses traditional church language and music22638.6
5) Much less likely to participate in a congregation that uses traditional church language and music9015.4
Missing6
Total585100.0
102) In general, do you think that young people are more likely or less likely to participate in congregation that uses traditional church language and music, compared to a congregation that uses language and music more typical of the larger culture? (Q17R)
 TOTAL%
1) Much - somewhat more likely5910.1
2) Neither more nor less likely21035.9
3) Much - somewhat less likely31654.0
Missing6
Total585100.0
103) In general, do you think that new immigrants are more likely or less likely to participate in an established American congregation, as oppressed to a new worshipping community that reflects their language and culture? (Q18)
 TOTAL%
1) Much more likely to participate in an established America congregation172.9
2) Somewhat more likely to participate in an established America congregation366.1
3) Neither more nor less likely to participate in an established America congregation7412.6
4) Somewhat less likely to participate in an established America congregation23239.5
5) Much less likely to participate in an established America congregation22938.9
Missing3
Total588100.0
104) In general, do you think that new immigrants are more likely or less likely to participate in an established American congregation, as oppressed to a new worshipping community that reflects their language and culture? (Q18R)
 TOTAL%
1) Much - somewhat more likely539.0
2) Neither more nor less likely7412.6
3) Much - somewhat less likely46178.4
Missing3
Total588100.0
105) Are you aware of any PC(USA)-affiliated faith communities that are not currently chartered PC(USA) congregations and that do not identify themselves as part of the 1001 NWC initiative? (This could include worshipping communities, immigrant fellowships, Bible study fellowships and new church developments.) (Q19)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes549.2
2) No43173.5
3) Not sure10117.2
Missing5
Total586100.0
106) Over the past year, how often have you [led or] attended Sunday worship [at your congregation]? (BQ6)
 TOTAL%
1) Every week28448.1
2) Nearly every week24240.9
3) Two-three times a month254.2
4) About once a month81.4
5) Several times, but less than once a month183.0
6) Once or twice71.2
7) Never71.2
Total591100.0
107) In what faith or denomination were you raised? (If you were part of more than one faith or denomination as a child, respond by marking the one in which you were most involved.) (BQ9)
 TOTAL%
1) Baptist417.0
2) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)30.5
3) Episcopal61.0
4) Lutheran81.4
5) Methodist508.5
6) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), PCUS, UPCUSA, or UPCNA37663.8
7) Other Presbyterian142.4
8) Reformed142.4
9) Roman Catholic203.4
10) UCC (United Church of Christ/Congregationalist)142.4
11) Independent or non-denominational91.5
12) Other Christian152.5
14) None193.2
Missing2
Total589100.0
108) How old were you when you first began attending a Presbyterian church? (If less than one year old, write 0 (zero).) (BQ10)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total58910.4413.17
109) Which one of the following terms best describes your current stand on theological issues? (BQ11)
 TOTAL%
1) Very conservative264.4
2) Conservative13523.0
3) Moderate19733.5
4) Liberal16828.6
5) Very liberal6210.5
Missing3
Total588100.0
110) Which one of the following terms best describes your current stand on theological issues? (BQ11R)
 TOTAL%
1) Conservative16127.4
2) Moderate19733.5
3) Liberal23039.1
Missing3
Total588100.0
111) Would you say you have had a conversion experience-that is, a turning point in your life when you committed yourself to Christ? (BQ12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes37263.4
2) No21536.6
Missing4
Total587100.0
112) [If BQ12 is yes], how old were you when this happened? (BQ12A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total36617.367.53
113) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. There is a life beyond death. (BQ14A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree46578.7
2) Agree9315.7
3) Neutral or not sure305.1
4) Disagree20.3
5) Strongly disagree10.2
Total591100.0
114) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. Jesus will return to Earth someday. (BQ14B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree31753.9
2) Agree12721.6
3) Neutral or not sure10117.2
4) Disagree284.8
5) Strongly disagree152.6
Missing3
Total588100.0
115) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. An individual should arrive at his or her own religious beliefs independent of any church. (BQ14C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree152.5
2) Agree508.5
3) Neutral or not sure8113.7
4) Disagree28247.8
5) Strongly disagree16227.5
Missing1
Total590100.0
116) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. All the world's different religions are equally good ways of helping a person find ultimate truth. (BQ14D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree152.5
2) Agree7112.0
3) Neutral or not sure7813.2
4) Disagree21436.3
5) Strongly disagree21235.9
Missing1
Total590100.0
117) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. Only followers of Jesus Christ can be saved. (BQ14E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree9416.0
2) Agree10317.5
3) Neutral or not sure9315.8
4) Disagree16027.2
5) Strongly disagree13923.6
Missing2
Total589100.0
118) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Read the Bible privately (BQ15A)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily25142.6
2) Several times a week21035.7
3) Weekly8113.8
4) Several times a month254.2
5) Once a month101.7
6) Less than once a month122.0
Missing2
Total589100.0
119) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Prayed privately (BQ15B)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily46278.4
2) Several times a week9315.8
3) Weekly142.4
4) Several times a month111.9
5) Once a month30.5
6) Less than once a month50.8
7) Never10.2
Missing2
Total589100.0
120) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Attended a Bible study or prayer group (BQ15C)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily111.9
2) Several times a week7212.3
3) Weekly24241.4
4) Several times a month8214.0
5) Once a month569.6
6) Less than once a month7412.7
7) Never478.0
Missing7
Total584100.0
121) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Otherwise read the Bible with or prayed with family or friends (BQ15D)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily10918.6
2) Several times a week12521.4
3) Weekly11619.8
4) Several times a month8514.5
5) Once a month386.5
6) Less than once a month7813.3
7) Never345.8
Missing6
Total585100.0
122) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Read devotional materials or religious books (BQ15E)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily14825.1
2) Several times a week17730.0
3) Weekly10317.5
4) Several times a month9315.8
5) Once a month315.3
6) Less than once a month325.4
7) Never61.0
Missing1
Total590100.0
123) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Used the Internet for religious or spiritual purposes (BQ15F)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily13422.8
2) Several times a week16528.0
3) Weekly8213.9
4) Several times a month7813.2
5) Once a month417.0
6) Less than once a month549.2
7) Never355.9
Missing2
Total589100.0
124) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Said grace before meals (BQ15G)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily/almost daily42972.8
2) Several times a week8915.1
3) Weekly183.1
4) Several times a month284.8
5) Once a month91.5
6) Less than once a month101.7
7) Never61.0
Missing2
Total589100.0
125) Which statement comes closest to your view of the Bible? (BQ16)
 TOTAL%
1) The Bible is the word of God, to be taken literally word for word233.9
2) The Bible is the word of God, to be interpreted in the light of its historical and cultural context36962.8
3) The Bible is the word of God, to be interpreted in the light of its historical context and the Church's teachings18832.0
4) The Bible is not the word of God61.0
5) Other (volunteered response)20.3
Missing3
Total588100.0
126) How important is being part of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to you? (BQ17)
 TOTAL%
1) Very important25843.7
2) Important22638.3
3) Slightly important7112.0
4) Not important305.1
5) Not sure50.8
Missing1
Total590100.0
127) In states and territories of the United States where same-sex marriage is legal, should the PC(USA) permit Presbyterian ministers to perform same-sex marriage ceremonies? (BQ18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes29349.7
2) Yes, as long as the ceremony takes place away from PC(USA) property and facilities81.4
3) No22237.7
4) Not sure6611.2
Missing2
Total589100.0
128) What is your gender? (BQ19)
 TOTAL%
1) Female20134.1
2) Male38965.9
Missing1
Total590100.0
129) Were you born a U.S. citizen? (BQ20)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes56695.8
2) No254.2
Total591100.0
130) What is your current age? (BQ21)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total58854.5510.11
131) What is your race or origin? White or Caucasian (BQ22_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked396.6
1) Checked55293.4
Total591100.0
132) What is your race or origin? Black or African American (BQ22_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58298.5
1) Checked91.5
Total591100.0
133) What is your race or origin? Indian (American) or Alaska Native (BQ22_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58699.2
1) Checked50.8
Total591100.0
134) What is your race or origin? Asian or Pacific Islander (BQ22_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57697.5
1) Checked152.5
Total591100.0
135) What is your race or origin? Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin (BQ22_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58198.3
1) Checked101.7
Total591100.0
136) What is your race or origin? Some other race (specify) (BQ22_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58799.3
1) Checked40.7
Total591100.0
137) Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, Independent, Republican or other? (BQ23)
 TOTAL%
1) Democrat32254.9
2) Independent14124.0
3) Republican10417.7
4) Other203.4
Missing4
Total587100.0
138) What is your marital status? (BQ24)
 TOTAL%
1) Not married8414.3
2) Married50485.7
Missing3
Total588100.0
139) [If BQ24 is not married] Have you ever been married? No, never married (BQ24A_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55193.2
1) Checked406.8
Total591100.0
140) [If BQ24 is not married] Have you ever been married? Yes, am now divorced (BQ24A_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55193.2
1) Checked406.8
Total591100.0
141) [If BQ24 is not married] Have you ever been married? Yes, am now widowed (BQ24A_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58498.8
1) Checked71.2
Total591100.0
142) Have you had a previous marriage (or marriages)? No (BQ25_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked19833.5
1) Checked39366.5
Total591100.0
143) Have you had a previous marriage (or marriages)? Yes, was divorced (BQ25_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked49984.4
1) Checked9215.6
Total591100.0
144) Have you had a previous marriage (or marriages)? Yes, was widowed (BQ25_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58699.2
1) Checked50.8
Total591100.0
145) How many children do you have? (If none, write 0 (zero). Include any legally adopted children; exclude stepchildren unless legally adopted.) (BQ26)
 TOTAL%
0) None10718.2
1) 17212.3
2) 226645.3
3) 311519.6
4) 4223.7
5) 530.5
6) 610.2
7) 710.2
Missing4
Total587100.0
146) If you live in a dormitory, nursing home, or other institutional housing, check this box. (BQ27)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58999.7
1) Checked20.3
Total591100.0
147) Including yourself, how many persons live in your household? (Do not count students who live elsewhere while they attend college or university.) (BQ27A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5892.521.09
148) From the list below, select the choice that best describes all of the people in the household in which you live. (For example, a young adult living with both parents would check '4'.) (BQ28)
 TOTAL%
1) A single adult, living alone5910.1
2) A single adult, living with one or more children111.9
3) A married couple, no children in the household30251.8
4) A married couple, living with one or more children18531.7
5) Some other arrangement (please describe your household here)264.5
Missing8
Total583100.0
149) If you are employed full-time or part-time, or self-employed full-time or part-time, please indicate the average hours you worked per week over the past year. (BQ31)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total42247.9315.32
150) Which of these categories best describes your total family income from all sources, before taxes, during 2010? (If you live alone or with non-relatives, answer in terms of your own personal income.) (BQ32)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than $20,00071.2
2) $20,000-$29,999142.4
3) $30,000-$39,999234.0
4) $40,000-$49,999457.8
5) $50,000-$59,999539.1
6) $60,000-$69,999569.7
7) $70,000-$79,9996511.2
8) $80,000-$89,9996711.6
9) $90,000-$99,999498.4
10) $100,000-$109,999488.3
11) $110,000-$124,999457.8
12) $125,000-$149,999467.9
13) $150,000-$199,999366.2
14) $200,000-$249,999132.2
15) $250,000 or more132.2
Missing11
Total580100.0
151) Did you or any other household family member fill out a pledge card regarding church giving for the current year? (BQ33)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes43674.4
2) No14725.1
3) Don't know30.5
Missing5
Total586100.0
152) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: To your congregation, in regular giving (not including special offerings or contributions to a capital campaign) (BQ34A)
 TOTAL%
1) No406.8
2) Yes54793.2
Missing4
Total587100.0
153) [If BQ34A is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34A_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5067,486.1244,587.97
154) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: To your congregation, in giving to a special capital campaign, for example for a new or remodeled building, or for a new program for the church (BQ34B)
 TOTAL%
1) No38367.1
2) Yes18832.9
Missing20
Total571100.0
155) [If BQ34B is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34B_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1642,824.0213,106.23
156) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: To your congregation, in response to a special appeal for a ministry supported by the congregation, presbytery, or PC(USA) including the four churchwide special offerings-One Great Hour of Sharing, Pentecost, Peacemaking, and Christmas Joy (BQ34C)
 TOTAL%
1) No13823.9
2) Yes44076.1
Missing13
Total578100.0
157) [If BQ34C is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34C_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4105,249.5869,733.78
158) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: Directly to the Presbyterian Church, (U.S.A.) or one of its ministries, such as Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (BQ34D)
 TOTAL%
1) No35161.6
2) Yes21938.4
Missing21
Total570100.0
159) [If BQ34D is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34D_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total203995.995,802.10
160) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: Directly to other religious groups or religious causes outside the PC(USA) (BQ34E)
 TOTAL%
1) No22038.4
2) Yes35361.6
Missing18
Total573100.0
161) [If BQ34E is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34E_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3188,169.3779,618.29
162) Indicate whether, during the 2010 calendar year, you or other household family members contributed any money to each of the following and, if so, give your best estimate of the total amount donated in each category: To non-religious charities, community organizations, or social causes (United Way, Red Cross, arts group, etc.) (BQ34F)
 TOTAL%
1) No10618.2
2) Yes47681.8
Missing9
Total582100.0
163) [If BQ34F is yes] estimate how much: (BQ34F_1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4376,621.9367,246.22
164) In what year were you ordained as a minister of the Word and Sacrament (also known as a teaching elder in the new Form of Government)? (BMINBQ1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5871,989.6112.00
165) In what denomination were you ordained? (BMINBQ2)
 TOTAL%
1) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) or one of its predecessor denominations54893.7
2) Other376.3
Missing6
Total585100.0
166) Before entering seminary for your M.Div. or B.D. degree, were you engaged in any long-term secular job or career? (BMINBQ3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes24641.8
2) No34358.2
Missing2
Total589100.0
167) [If BMINBQ3 is yes], how long were you in that job or career? (BMINBQ3A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24610.797.53
168) From what seminary or other school did you receive your M.Div. or B.D.? (BMINBQ4)
 TOTAL%
1) Auburn-Union (New York)122.0
2) Austin386.5
3) Columbia467.8
4) Dubuque254.3
5) Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico20.3
6) Fuller345.8
7) Gordon-Conwell264.4
8) Johnson C. Smith20.3
9) Louisville386.5
10) McCormick315.3
11) Pittsburgh417.0
12) Princeton9516.2
13) San Francisco305.1
14) Union (Virginia)508.5
15) Other11719.9
Missing4
Total587100.0
169) In what year did you receive your M.Div. or B.D. degree? (BMINBQ5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5861,988.5011.80
170) Are you currently employed? (BMINBQ6)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes53891.0
2) No - not employed223.7
3) No - retired315.2
Total591100.0
171) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Pastor, co-pastor, associate pastor, interim pastor, supply pastor, or other pastoral leader of a congregation (BMINBQ7_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked16828.4
1) Checked42371.6
Total591100.0
172) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? A non-pastoral position in a congregation (BMINBQ7_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58799.3
1) Checked40.7
Total591100.0
173) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Faculty or staff at a seminary or theological school (BMINBQ7_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57897.8
1) Checked132.2
Total591100.0
174) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Faculty or staff at another educational institution (BMINBQ7_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56395.3
1) Checked284.7
Total591100.0
175) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Chaplain in the military (BMINBQ7_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked59099.8
1) Checked10.2
Total591100.0
176) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Chaplain in a hospital or other health-care facility (BMINBQ7_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55894.4
1) Checked335.6
Total591100.0
177) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Other chaplain (BMINBQ7_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57296.8
1) Checked193.2
Total591100.0
178) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? PCUSA national, synod, or presbytery staff (BMINBQ7_8)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57096.4
1) Checked213.6
Total591100.0
179) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Staff of an ecumenical or non-denominational agency (BMINBQ7_9)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58699.2
1) Checked50.8
Total591100.0
180) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Professional pastoral counselor (BMINBQ7_10)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58098.1
1) Checked111.9
Total591100.0
181) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? Other employment with a religious organization (specify) (BMINBQ7_11)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58098.1
1) Checked111.9
Total591100.0
182) Which category(-ies) best describes your current employment? All other (including secular) employment (specify) (BMINBQ7_12)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked56295.1
1) Checked294.9
Total591100.0
183) How man congregations do you currently serve as pastor? (Include congregations you are serving as a stated or temporary supply pastor.) (BMINBQ8)
 TOTAL%
1) One41094.9
2) Two or more yoked congregations122.8
3) Two or more non-yoked congregations102.3
Missing159
Total432100.0
184) If two or more congregations, how many? (BMINBQ8A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total222.140.35
185) In your service as a pastor of a congregation or congregations, approximately how many hours a week: (If you serve more than one congregation, provide the combined total hours.) Are you paid to work as a pastor? (BMINBQ9B)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total35941.6818.39
186) Do you currently live in a manse or other housing provided by your congregation? (BMINBQ10)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes8419.5
2) No34680.5
Missing161
Total430100.0
187) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Pastor (BMINBQ11_1)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked30150.9
1) Checked29049.1
Total591100.0
188) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Associate pastor (BMINBQ11_2)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked54391.9
1) Checked488.1
Total591100.0
189) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Co-pastor (BMINBQ11_3)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57397.0
1) Checked183.0
Total591100.0
190) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Stated or temporary supply pastor (BMINBQ11_4)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked55093.1
1) Checked416.9
Total591100.0
191) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Interim pastor (BMINBQ11_5)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57196.6
1) Checked203.4
Total591100.0
192) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Designated pastor (BMINBQ11_6)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58098.1
1) Checked111.9
Total591100.0
193) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Parish associate (BMINBQ11_7)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked58498.8
1) Checked71.2
Total591100.0
194) What is the pastoral position(s) that you currently occupy in a congregation: Other (BMINBQ11_8)
 TOTAL%
0) Not checked57998.0
1) Checked122.0
Total591100.0
195) Is the congregation (or other organization) with which you are employed affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)? (BMINBQ12)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes47083.8
2) No7012.5
3) I am employed with two or more congregations or organizations and at least one of them is affiliated with the PC(USA) and at least one is not71.2
4) Not employed [web only]142.5
Missing30
Total561100.0
196) Have you worshipped at a PC(USA) congregation a majority of times? (BMINBQ13A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes49292.3
2) No417.7
Missing58
Total533100.0
197) Over the past year, approximately how often have you engaged in the following activities? Met with other ministers in a pastoral support or peer group (BMINBQ19H)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily-almost daily101.7
2) Several times a week142.4
3) Weekly7212.2
4) Several times a month9315.8
5) Once a month18331.0
6) Less than once a month15325.9
7) Never6511.0
Missing1
Total590100.0
198) Is your husband or wife an ordained minister? (BMINBQ30)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes8817.7
2) No40882.3
Missing95
Total496100.0
199) [If BMINBQ30 is yes] Is he or she a minister in the PC(USA)? (BMINBQ30A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes7886.7
2) No1213.3
Missing501
Total90100.0
200) What is your current age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Under 35366.1
2) 35-4911719.9
3) 50-6436261.6
4) 65 and older7312.4
Missing3
Total588100.0
201) What is your gender? (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
 TOTAL%
1) Female20134.1
2) Male38965.9
Missing1
Total590100.0
202) Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, Independent, Republican or other? (for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
 TOTAL%
1) Democrat32254.9
2) Independent14124.0
3) Republican10417.7
4) Other203.4
Missing4
Total587100.0
203) Which of these categories best describes your total family income from all sources, before taxes, during 2010? (If you live alone or with non-relatives, answer in terms of your own personal income.) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-FINCOME)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than $59,99914224.5
2) $60,000-$89,99918832.4
3) $90,000-$124,99914224.5
4) $125,000 or more10818.6
Missing11
Total580100.0

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