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PRRI 2013 Hispanic Values Survey

DOI

10.17605/OSF.IO/XQYPV

Citation

Jones, R. P., Cox, D., & Navarro-Rivera, J. (2022, November 28). PRRI 2013 Hispanic Values Survey.

Summary

The Public Religion Research Institute's (PRRI) 2013 Hispanic Values Survey documents the social, political, and religious views of Hispanic adults living in the United States. Questions analyze views on the US Presidency, the 2012 election, members of other political parties, LGBT issues, immigration, abortion, the economy, and healthcare. Other questions document respondents' religious backgrounds and attitudes.

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Data File

Cases: 1563
Variables: 167
Weight Variable: WEIGHT

Data Collection

Aug. 23 - Sept. 3, 2013

Original Survey (Instrument)

PRRI 2013 Hispanic Values Survey

Funded By

The 2013 Hispanic Values Survey was conducted by Public Religion Research Institute and made possible by generous funding from the Ford Foundation, with additional support from the New World Foundation.

Collection Procedures

Interviews were conducted online in both English and Spanish between Aug. 23 and Sept. 3, 2013. Thirty-five percent of the interviews were completed in Spanish.

Sampling Procedures

The survey was conducted among a random sample of 1,563 Hispanic adults (age 18 and up) living in the United States and who are part of GfK's Knowledge Panel.

The KnowledgePanel is a nationally representative probability sample of the U.S. adult population. Panelists are recruited by randomly selecting residential addresses using a process called address-based sampling (ABS). Since nearly three-in-ten U.S. households do not have home internet access, respondent households who do not have internet access or own a computer are provided internet service and a netbook computer to ensure that panel respondents are representative of the U.S. adult population. Unlike opt-in panels, households are not permitted to 'self-select' into KnowledgePanel; nor are they allowed to participate in many surveys per week. Additional details about the KnowledgePanel can be found on the Knowledge Networks website.

Principal Investigators

Robert P. Jones, PhD, Daniel Cox, and Juhem Navarro-Rivera

Related Publications

Jones, Robert P., Daniel Cox, and Juhem Navarro-Rivera. 'How Shifting Religious Identities and Experiences Are Influencing Hispanic Approaches to Politics.' PRRI. 2013.

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