Democratizing access to the best data on religion since 1997
DATA ARCHIVE
DATA ARCHIVE

Archive Navigation

Summary
Codebook
Downloads
View Question Bank

Cross Tabulation Tables:


Archive Categories


Sort the above Archive Category by:



Browse Alphabetically
Browse All Categories
Browse Newest Additions

File Summaries


Search Data Archive


Religion in Italy - Analysis

PLUNCATH (Weighted by WEIGHT)

The political unity of Catholics is often spoken of; in your opinion, which is the fairest solution today?
 FrequencyPercentCumulative Percent
1) Catholics should vote for just one party of Christian inspiration.3227.3%7.3%
2) Catholics should vote for those parties which better embody Christian values.68215.5%22.8%
3) Catholics can vote for different parties, regardless of ideology, while trying to state Christian values in all of them.161536.6%59.4%
4) Catholics can vote for any party, without dealing with any particular moral issue.178940.6%100.0%
Missing84
Total Unweighted N = 4416





Age (I-AGE)

 18-21 years old22-29 years old30-49 years old50-64 years old65-74 years oldMissingTotal
Catholics should vote for just one party of Christian inspiration.3.6%
15
5.2%
42
5.5%
89
8.3%
90
18.2%
86
07.3%
322
Catholics should vote for those parties which better embody Christian values.15.5%
65
10.7%
87
13.6%
220
20.4%
222
18.6%
88
015.5%
682
Catholics can vote for different parties, regardless of ideology, while trying to state Christian values in all of them.34.8%
146
41.6%
338
39.0%
631
32.8%
357
30.3%
143
036.6%
1615
Catholics can vote for any party, without dealing with any particular moral issue.46.1%
193
42.5%
345
41.9%
677
38.6%
420
32.8%
155
040.6%
1790
Missing61931226840
Total 100%
419
100%
812
100%
1617
100%
1089
100%
472
   
4409

Gender (I-GENDER)

 MaleFemaleMissingTotal
Catholics should vote for just one party of Christian inspiration.7.0%
152
7.6%
170
07.3%
322
Catholics should vote for those parties which better embody Christian values.14.0%
305
16.9%
377
015.5%
682
Catholics can vote for different parties, regardless of ideology, while trying to state Christian values in all of them.33.6%
732
39.6%
883
036.6%
1615
Catholics can vote for any party, without dealing with any particular moral issue.45.4%
990
35.8%
799
040.6%
1789
Missing4737840
Total 100%
2179
100%
2229
   
4408

Religion (I-RELIGION)

 CatholicJehovah's WitnessOther ChristianOther religion (Muslim, Buddhist, etc.)No religionMissingTotal
Catholics should vote for just one party of Christian inspiration.7.7%
303
0.0%
0
6.3%
2
7.3%
3
3.6%
14
07.3%
322
Catholics should vote for those parties which better embody Christian values.16.4%
643
28.6%
4
15.6%
5
7.3%
3
6.7%
26
015.5%
681
Catholics can vote for different parties, regardless of ideology, while trying to state Christian values in all of them.37.8%
1484
35.7%
5
37.5%
12
29.3%
12
25.9%
101
236.7%
1614
Catholics can vote for any party, without dealing with any particular moral issue.38.1%
1493
35.7%
5
40.6%
13
56.1%
23
63.8%
249
640.5%
1783
Missing5082158921
Total 100%
3923
100%
14
100%
32
100%
41
100%
390
   
4400

Region (I-REGION)

 North-westNorth-eastCenterSouthIslandsMissingTotal
Catholics should vote for just one party of Christian inspiration.5.6%
65
5.2%
42
6.6%
53
12.1%
131
5.8%
31
07.3%
322
Catholics should vote for those parties which better embody Christian values.14.3%
167
16.9%
137
13.5%
109
17.7%
192
14.5%
77
015.5%
682
Catholics can vote for different parties, regardless of ideology, while trying to state Christian values in all of them.39.4%
461
37.6%
305
37.8%
305
32.9%
357
35.0%
186
036.6%
1614
Catholics can vote for any party, without dealing with any particular moral issue.40.8%
478
40.3%
327
42.1%
340
37.4%
406
44.7%
238
040.6%
1789
Missing2316122013840
Total 100%
1171
100%
811
100%
807
100%
1086
100%
532
   
4407

Our Sponsors

Our Affiliates

US RELIGION
WORLD RELIGION
DATA ARCHIVE
RESEARCH
TEACHING
CONGREGATIONS
ABOUT
© 2024 The Association of Religion Data Archives. All rights reserved.