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Social Capital Community Survey, 2006 - Codebook

All Frequencies weighted by 224) FWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)

1) Respondent number (RESPNO)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74518,443.8013,256.83
2) Interviewer ID (INTERID)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7458,615.505,711.27
3) Date of interview (YYYYMMDD) (CALLD)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74520,060,311.22181.71
4) Number of calls to complete this record (CALL)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7455.435.35
5) Time started (CALLT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7441,840.70346.70
6) Sample ID from sample (SAMP)
 TOTAL%
3) Baton Rouge4004.1
10) Greater Houston4004.1
12) Kalamazoo5005.1
15) San Diego5015.1
18) Winston-Salem7507.7
21) Yakima, WA4024.1
27) New Hampshire. - State2782.9
28) New Hampshire - Cheshire1111.1
29) New Hampshire - I-93 Corridor1121.1
31) Greater Greensboro - City of Greensboro4504.6
44) Rochester Area, NY - Regular Sample6266.4
45) Rochester Area, NY - Black/Hispanic Oversample740.8
51) National Sample274128.1
53) Sarasota County, FL5005.1
56) Lewiston/Auburn, ME5005.1
57) Duluth area (Duluth, MN; Superior, WI)5005.1
58) Arkansas4004.1
59) Kansas sample5005.1
Total9745100.0
7) Time zone (TZONE)
 TOTAL%
1) Eastern523353.7
2) Central297830.6
3) Mountain1601.6
4) Pacific137314.1
Total9744100.0
8) Census division (CENSDIV)
 TOTAL%
1) New England113611.7
2) Mid Atlantic109711.3
3) East North Central103610.6
4) West North Central103110.6
5) South Atlantic221022.7
6) East South Central1801.8
7) West South Central152315.6
8) Mountain1651.7
9) Pacific136814.0
Total9746100.0
9) Census region (REG4)
 TOTAL%
1) Northeast223222.9
2) Midwest206721.2
3) South391240.2
4) West153315.7
Total9744100.0
10) State (STATE)
11) Urban, suburban, rural (USR)
12) Katrina sample (KATSAMP)
 TOTAL%
0) All others869789.2
1) Baton Rouge, Houston, and Arkansas104810.8
Total9745100.0
13) Local5 (LOCAL5)
 TOTAL%
3) Downtown Baton Rouge4005.7
10) Hermann Park, including the Zoo, Miller Outdoor Theater, ..4005.7
12) Downtown Kalamazoo5007.1
15) Balboa Park, including the zoo and museums5017.2
18) Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum75010.7
21) The Greenway ...4025.7
27) A farmstand or farmer's market ...2784.0
28) A farmstand or farmer's market ...1111.6
29) A farmstand or farmer's market ...1121.6
31) The Greensboro Coliseum Complex ...4506.4
44) Highland Park ...6268.9
45) Highland Park ...741.1
53) Sarasota County, FL5007.1
56) Lewiston/Auburn5007.1
57) Duluth area5007.1
58) Arkansas4005.7
59) Kansas5007.1
Missing2741
Total7004100.0
14) Language of interview (LANGASK)
 TOTAL%
0) English887691.1
1) Spanish8698.9
Total9745100.0
15) Gender of respondent (GENDER)
 TOTAL%
1) Male466647.9
2) Female507952.1
Total9745100.0
16) 5A1. We'd like to know how important various things are to your sense of who you are. When you think about yourself, how important is (DIMENSION) to your sense of who you are? (Very important, moderately important, slightly important, or not at all important) Your occupation? (IMPOCCUP)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important4789.7
2) Slightly important4829.8
3) Moderately important117423.9
4) Very important248650.5
8) Don't know2284.6
9) Refused711.4
Missing6069
Total4919100.0
17) 5A2. Your place of residence? (IMPRESID)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important4218.8
2) Slightly important57212.0
3) Moderately important130427.3
4) Very important245651.5
8) Don't know140.3
9) Refused30.1
Missing6183
Total4770100.0
18) 5A3. Your ethnic or racial background? (IMPETH)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important202820.8
2) Slightly important142914.7
3) Moderately important241824.8
4) Very important368837.8
8) Don't know1601.6
9) Refused220.2
Total9745100.0
19) 5A4. Your religion? (IMPWRK)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important64413.0
2) Slightly important4388.9
3) Moderately important97719.8
4) Very important284757.7
8) Don't know260.5
9) Refused60.1
Missing5946
Total4938100.0
20) 5A5. Being an American? (IMPAMER)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important2064.2
2) Slightly important2916.0
3) Moderately important63913.1
4) Very important366075.3
8) Don't know531.1
9) Refused140.3
Missing6002
Total4863100.0
21) I'd like to first ask you some questions about how you view other people. Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? (TRUST)
 TOTAL%
1) People can be trusted419743.1
2) You can't be too careful504951.8
3) (Vol.) Depends4254.4
8) Don't know540.6
9) Refused200.2
Total9745100.0
22) 7A. Next, we'd like to know how much you trust different groups of people. First, think about (GROUP). Generally speaking, would you say that you can trust them a lot, some, only a little, or not at all? People in your neighborhood? (CLARIFY IF NECESSARY: How about in general?) (TRNEI)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot439345.1
2) Trust them some332634.1
3) Trust them only a little131313.5
4) Trust them not at all5555.7
5) (Vol.) Does not apply750.8
8) Don't know650.7
9) Refused170.2
Total9744100.0
23) 7B. (How about) People you work with (would you say that you can trust them a lot, some, only a little, or not at all?) (CLARIFY IF NECESSARY: How about in general?) (TRWRK)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot393340.4
2) Trust them some271827.9
3) Trust them only a little9579.8
4) Trust them not at all3703.8
5) (Vol.) Does not apply173217.8
8) Don't know270.3
9) Refused90.1
Total9746100.0
24) 7C. People at your church or place of worship? (TRREL)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot121457.3
2) Trust them some48322.8
3) Trust them only a little964.5
4) Trust them not at all532.5
5) (Vol.) Does not apply25412.0
8) Don't know150.7
9) Refused30.2
Missing9989
Total2118100.0
25) 7D. People who work in the stores where you shop? (TRSHOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot277028.4
2) Trust them some470748.3
3) Trust them only a little161316.6
4) Trust them not at all4634.7
5) (Vol.) Does not apply690.7
8) Don't know1141.2
9) Refused90.1
Total9745100.0
26) 7F. The police in your local community? (TRCOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot526554.0
2) Trust them some287629.5
3) Trust them only a little8638.9
4) Trust them not at all5695.8
5) (Vol.) Does not apply900.9
8) Don't know750.8
9) Refused70.1
Total9745100.0
27) 7G. (How about) white people? (TRWHT)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot294530.2
2) Trust them some517653.1
3) Trust them only a little8558.8
4) Trust them not at all2332.4
5) (Vol.) Does not apply2302.4
8) Don't know1641.7
9) Refused1431.5
Total9746100.0
28) 7H. What about African Americans or Blacks? (TRBLK)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot245825.2
2) Trust them some530854.5
3) Trust them only a little104010.7
4) Trust them not at all3603.7
5) (Vol.) Does not apply2612.7
8) Don't know1801.8
9) Refused1391.4
Total9746100.0
29) 7I. What about Asian people? (TRASN)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot242324.9
2) Trust them some506251.9
3) Trust them only a little100610.3
4) Trust them not at all3183.3
5) (Vol.) Does not apply4935.1
8) Don't know2963.0
9) Refused1471.5
Total9745100.0
30) 7J. How about Hispanics or Latinos? (TRHIS)
 TOTAL%
1) Trust them a lot233724.0
2) Trust them some515652.9
3) Trust them only a little119712.3
4) Trust them not at all3233.3
5) (Vol.) Does not apply3613.7
8) Don't know2252.3
9) Refused1451.5
Total9744100.0
31) 8A. If you lost a wallet or a purse that contained two hundred dollars, and it was found by a neighbor, how likely is it to be returned with the money in it? Would you say very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely or not at all likely? (WALLTNEI)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all likely4629.6
2) Somewhat unlikely3948.2
3) Somewhat likely143229.8
4) Very likely244851.0
8) Don't know320.7
9) Refused330.7
Missing6056
Total4801100.0
32) 8B. And if it was found by a complete stranger, how likely is it to be returned with the money in it? Would you say that was very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely or not at all likely? (WALLTSTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all likely123725.8
2) Somewhat unlikely125826.2
3) Somewhat likely184938.5
4) Very likely3767.8
8) Don't know751.6
9) Refused60.1
Missing6056
Total4801100.0
33) 9. All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole nowadays? Please answer using a scale where 1 means extremely dissatisfied and 10 means extremely satisfied. (LIFESAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Extremely dissatisfied1471.5
2) 2600.6
3) 3900.9
4) 41401.4
5) 56416.6
6) 65495.6
7) 7151515.6
8) 8272327.9
9) 9167717.2
10) Extremely satisfied214022.0
88) Don't know460.5
99) Refused170.2
Total9745100.0
34) 10. And how would you describe your overall state of health these days? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (HEALTH)
 TOTAL%
0) Poor3884.0
1) Fair118412.1
2) Good264227.1
3) Very good346135.5
4) Excellent206521.2
8) Don't know10.0
9) Refused50.0
Total9746100.0
35) 11. Now I'd like to ask you a few questions about the local community where you live. If public officials asked everyone to conserve water or electricity because of some emergency, how likely is it that people in your community would cooperate -- would you say it is very likely, likely, unlikely, or very unlikely? (COOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Very unlikely3033.1
2) Unlikely4835.0
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends560.6
4) Likely467948.0
5) Very likely411442.2
8) Don't know1011.0
9) Refused80.1
Total9744100.0
36) 11A. How likely do you think it is that you may be the victim of a crime in the next twelve months? (ROBCHANC)
 TOTAL%
1) Very unlikely188335.2
2) Unlikely188935.3
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends531.0
4) Likely112120.9
5) Very likely3296.1
8) Don't know721.3
9) Refused100.2
Missing5492
Total5357100.0
37) 12. How many years have you lived in your community? (IF NECESSARY, PROMPT WITH CATEGORIES) (LIVCOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than one year4995.1
2) One to five years241524.8
3) Six to ten years161916.6
4) Eleven to twenty years178818.3
5) More than twenty years277128.4
6) All my life6466.6
8) Don't know30.0
9) Refused40.0
Total9745100.0
38) 13. Do you expect to be living in your community five years from now? (STAY)
 TOTAL%
0) No207221.3
1) Yes725374.4
8) Don't know4114.2
9) Refused90.1
Total9745100.0
39) 13A. Would you move away from this neighborhood if you could? (WANTMOVE)
 TOTAL%
0) No570958.6
1) Yes378138.8
8) Don't know2322.4
9) Refused230.2
Total9745100.0
40) 14. Overall, how would you rate your community as a place to live -- excellent, good, only fair, or poor? (QOL)
 TOTAL%
0) Poor2702.8
1) Only fair124012.7
2) Good451646.3
3) Excellent371038.1
8) Don't know60.1
9) Refused20.0
Total9744100.0
41) 15. Do you or your family own the place where you are living now, or do you rent? (OWN)
 TOTAL%
0) Rent253426.0
1) Own715373.4
8) Don't know370.4
9) Refused210.2
Total9745100.0
42) 16. Overall, how much impact do you think people like you can have in making your community a better place to live - no impact at all, a small impact, a moderate impact, or a big impact? (EFFCOM)
 TOTAL%
1) No impact at all3403.5
2) A small impact171517.6
3) A moderate impact422543.3
4) A big impact339834.9
8) Don't know640.7
9) Refused40.0
Total9746100.0
43) 17. Next I'd like to ask you a few questions about television and newspapers. How many days in the past week did you read a daily newspaper? (PAPER)
 TOTAL%
0) 0260526.7
1) 1115811.9
2) 29689.9
3) 38178.4
4) 44104.2
5) 54875.0
6) 62182.2
7) 7306731.5
8) Don't know130.1
9) Refused20.0
Total9745100.0
44) 18. How many hours per day do you spend watching TV (television) on an average weekday, that is Monday through Friday? (TVHRS)
 TOTAL%
0) 06166.3
1) 1173317.8
2) 2258526.5
3) 3171717.6
4) 4111311.4
5) 56827.0
6) 63854.0
7) 71001.0
8) 81972.0
9) 9390.4
10) 102072.1
11) 1190.1
12) 122873.0
98) Don't know600.6
99) Refused130.1
Total9743100.0
45) 19. How many hours do you spend using the Internet or email in a typical week, not counting the times you do so for work? (IF NECESSARY: By a week, we mean seven days.) (IF NECESSARY PROBE WITH CATEGORIES) (WWWTIME)
 TOTAL%
0) None344535.4
1) Less than 1 hour7848.0
3) 1 to 5 hours329733.8
8) 6 to 10 hours123412.7
15) 11 to 20 hours6106.3
25) More than 20 hours3703.8
99) Refused40.0
Total9744100.0
46) 21. My next questions are about public affairs. How interested are you in politics and national affairs? Are you very interested, somewhat interested, only slightly interested, or not at all interested? (POLINT)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all interested99510.2
2) Only slightly interested182718.8
3) Somewhat interested357436.7
4) Very interested332834.2
8) Don't know170.2
9) Refused30.0
Total9744100.0
47) 22. Are you currently registered to vote? (REGVOTE)
 TOTAL%
0) No169417.4
1) Yes798782.0
3) (Vol.) Not eligible to vote390.4
8) Don't know230.2
9) Refused20.0
Total9745100.0
48) 23. As you may know, around half the public does not vote in presidential elections. How about you -- did you vote in the presidential election in 2004 when George Bush ran against John Kerry, or did you skip that one? (DO NOT PROBE DK RESPONSE) (VOTEUS)
 TOTAL%
0) No220622.6
1) Yes710072.9
3) (Vol.) Not eligible to vote4084.2
8) Don't know220.2
9) Refused90.1
Total9745100.0
49) 24. How much of the time do you think you can trust the national government to do what is right -- just about always, most of the time, only some of the time, or hardly ever? (TGNAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Just about always4514.6
2) Most of the time274428.2
3) Some of the time450146.2
4) Hardly ever193619.9
8) Don't know920.9
9) Refused210.2
Total9745100.0
50) 25. How about your local government? How much of the time do you think you can trust the local government to do what is right? (Would you say just about always, most of the time, only some of the time, or hardly ever?) (TGLOC)
 TOTAL%
1) Just about always6226.4
2) Most of the time382439.2
3) Some of the time414742.6
4) Hardly ever106310.9
8) Don't know740.8
9) Refused140.1
Total9744100.0
51) 26A. Which of the following things have you done in the past twelve months: Have you signed a petition? (PETITION)
 TOTAL%
0) No622163.8
1) Yes349235.8
8) Don't know300.3
9) Refused10.0
Total9744100.0
52) 26B. Attended a political meeting or rally? (RALLY)
 TOTAL%
0) No803482.4
1) Yes170517.5
8) Don't know50.0
9) Refused10.0
Total9745100.0
53) 26C. Worked on a community project? (PROJECT)
 TOTAL%
0) No617463.4
1) Yes355636.5
8) Don't know150.2
Total9745100.0
54) 26D. Participated in any demonstrations, protests, boycotts, or marches? (MARCH)
 TOTAL%
0) No906593.0
1) Yes6636.8
8) Don't know140.1
9) Refused20.0
Total9744100.0
55) 26E. Donated blood? (BLOOD)
 TOTAL%
0) No724174.3
1) Yes171417.6
3) (Vol.) Can't give blood7818.0
8) Don't know90.1
9) Refused10.0
Total9746100.0
56) 27. Thinking politically and socially, how would you describe your own general outlook -- as being very conservative, moderately conservative, middle-of-the-road, moderately liberal or very liberal? (IDEO)
 TOTAL%
1) Very conservative136014.0
2) Moderately conservative293430.1
3) Middle-of-the-road283329.1
4) Moderately liberal164716.9
5) Very liberal7127.3
6) (Vol.) Something else630.6
8) Don't know1691.7
9) Refused270.3
Total9745100.0
57) 27A. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, Democrat, Independent, or what? (PARTYID)
 TOTAL%
1) Republican281728.9
2) Democrat301530.9
3) Independent267027.4
4) Other2822.9
5) No preference7547.7
8) Don't know1341.4
9) Refused740.8
Total9746100.0
58) 27B1. Next I am going to read you a list of federal programs. For each one, I would like you to tell me whether you would like to see spending increased or decreased. The first program is: Public schools? (Would you like to see spending increased or decreased?) (SPNDSCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Decreased5299.7
2) (Vol.) Neither increased nor decreased2855.2
3) Increased453783.5
8) Don't know711.3
9) Refuse110.2
Missing5471
Total5433100.0
59) 27B2. Dealing with crime? (Would you like to see spending increased or decreased?) (SPNDCRM)
 TOTAL%
1) Decreased57810.6
2) (Vol.) Neither increased nor decreased3346.1
3) Increased443081.5
8) Don't know761.4
9) Refused160.3
Missing5471
Total5434100.0
60) 27B3. Tightening border security to prevent illegal immigration? (Would you like to see spending increased or decreased?) (SPNDBRDR)
 TOTAL%
1) Decreased120222.1
2) (Vol.) Neither increased nor decreased3476.4
3) Increased369868.1
8) Don't know1462.7
9) Refused400.7
Missing5471
Total5433100.0
61) 27B4. Aid to blacks? (Would you like to see spending increased or decreased?) (SPNDBLK)
 TOTAL%
1) Decreased133524.6
2) (Vol.) Neither increased nor decreased88716.3
3) Increased272550.2
8) Don't know3756.9
9) Refused1112.0
Missing5471
Total5433100.0
62) 27B5. Aid to the poor? (Would you like to see spending increased or decreased?) (SPNDPOOR)
 TOTAL%
1) Decreased67012.3
2) (Vol.) Neither increased nor decreased3907.2
3) Increased425278.2
8) Don't know1011.9
9) Refused210.4
Missing5471
Total5434100.0
63) 27C. From what level of government do you feel you get the most for your money? (federal/national, state, or local) (SPENDNAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Local90132.9
2) State69825.5
3) Federal/national79729.1
8) Don't know29610.8
9) Refused491.8
Missing9359
Total2741100.0
64) 27D. In your opinion, which is the bigger cause of poverty today - that people are not doing enough to help themselves out of poverty, or that circumstances beyond their control cause them to be poor? (WHYPOOR)
 TOTAL%
1) People are not doing enough62255.2
2) Circumstances cause them to be poor42137.4
8) Don't know746.6
9) Refused90.8
Missing10968
Total1126100.0
65) Senators of respondent's state (SEN1_2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4,80125.0313.37
66) 28. We'd like to know how well known different governmental leaders are in your area. Could you tell me the names of the two U.S. Senators from your state? (IF NECESSARY: WHO ARE THEY?) IF STATE= WASHINGTON DC: Could you tell me the names of the (mayor in the District of Columbia and the District of Columbia's representative in Congress)? (IF NECESSARY: Who are they?) (POLKNOW)
 TOTAL%
1) Failed to name either260654.3
2) One correct93919.6
3) Both correct105822.0
4) One is 'close'841.8
5) Both are 'close'310.7
6) One is correct and one is 'close'581.2
9) Refused240.5
Missing6086
Total4800100.0
67) 29. I want to change subjects now and ask about the groups and organizations you may be involved with. First, what is your religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, another type of Christian, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (RELIG)
 TOTAL%
1) Protestant433844.5
2) Catholic243024.9
3) Another type of Christian122212.5
4) Jewish920.9
5) Some other religion2482.5
6) No religion128913.2
8) Don't know330.3
9) Refused920.9
Total9744100.0
68) 29A. What denomination is that, if any? (PROTDOM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4,338209.23187.89
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69) 29B. And what is that? (CHROTHER)
 TOTAL%
99) Christian (NEC); just Christian76762.7
200) Plymouth Brethren/Independent60.5
300) Christian Scientists110.9
301) Mormons; Latter-day Saints736.0
302) Spiritualists272.2
303) Unitarian; Universalist393.2
304) Jehovah's Witnesses836.8
305) Unity; Unity Church; Christ Church Unity191.5
306) Fundamentalist Adventist90.7
309) All other Christians (non-traditional Protestant)00.0
700) Eastern Orthodox or Greek Rite Catholic322.6
902) Born Again Christian141.2
903) Full Gospel100.8
906) Ecumenical/Judeo-Christian/Eclectic20.2
907) Bible Church110.9
908) Charismatic80.7
912) Apostolic191.6
997) Other292.4
998) Don't know483.9
999) Refused161.3
Missing10720
Total1223100.0
70) 29C. (IF OTHER) What religion would that be? (RELOTHER)
 TOTAL%
720) Muslim; Mohammedan; Islam3112.4
721) Buddhist5120.3
722) Hindu103.8
723) Baha'i31.0
724) American Indian religions176.9
900) Ethical Culture, Ethical Humanist or Humanist00.0
901) Wiccan83.2
904) New Age10.4
905) Paganism (unspecified)166.3
909) Earth centered/based religions20.7
910) Religious Science10.4
911) Taoism41.4
997) Other4919.5
998) Don't know156.0
999) Refused4216.9
Missing11813
Total250100.0
71) 30. Are you a member of a local church, synagogue, or other religious or spiritual community? (RELMEM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes530263.4
2) No305236.5
8) Don't know80.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing1488
Total8364100.0
72) 31. Not including weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services? (IF NECESSARY PROBE WITH CATEGORIES) (RELATEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Every week (or more often)343141.0
2) Almost every week7038.4
3) Once or twice a month140216.8
4) A few times per year152518.2
5) Less often than that126515.1
8) Don't know240.3
9) Refused140.2
Missing1488
Total8364100.0
73) 32. In the past twelve months, have you taken part in any sort of activity with people at your church or place of worship other than attending services? This might include teaching Sunday school, serving on a committee, attending choir rehearsal, retreat, or other things. (RELPART1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes388346.4
2) No447053.4
8) Don't know110.1
9) Refused10.0
Missing1488
Total8365100.0
74) 33A. Now I'd like to ask about other kinds of groups and organizations. I'm going to read a list; just answer yes if you have been involved in the past twelve months with this kind of group. (IF Q30=1 DISPLAY: Besides your local place of worship,) Any organization affiliated with religion, such as the Knights of Columbus or B'nai B'rith (BA-NAY BRITH), or a Bible study group? (GRPREL)
 TOTAL%
0) No582080.9
1) Yes136018.9
8) Don't know60.1
9) Refused50.1
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
75) 33B. (How about) an adult sports club or league, or an outdoor activity club? (GRPSPORT)
 TOTAL%
0) No553777.0
1) Yes164622.9
8) Don't know60.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
76) 33C. (How about) a youth organization like youth sports leagues, the scouts, 4-H clubs, and Boys & Girls Clubs? (GRPYOUTH)
 TOTAL%
0) No543875.6
1) Yes175224.4
8) Don't know00.0
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
77) 33D. A parents' association, like the PTA or PTO, or other school support or service groups? (GRPPTA)
 TOTAL%
0) No563378.3
1) Yes154921.5
8) Don't know80.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
78) 33E. A veterans group? (GRPVET)
 TOTAL%
0) No646189.8
1) Yes72710.1
8) Don't know20.0
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
79) 33F. A neighborhood association, like a block association, a homeowner or tenant association, or a crime watch group? (GRPNEI)
 TOTAL%
0) No553577.0
1) Yes164922.9
8) Don't know30.0
9) Refused40.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
80) 33G. Clubs or organizations for senior citizens or older people? (GRPELD)
 TOTAL%
0) No602383.7
1) Yes116416.2
8) Don't know30.0
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
81) 33H. A charity or social welfare organization that provides services in such fields as health or service to the needy? (GRPSOC)
 TOTAL%
0) No459463.9
1) Yes258736.0
8) Don't know70.1
9) Refused30.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
82) 33I. A labor union? (GRPLAB)
 TOTAL%
0) No647290.0
1) Yes7089.8
8) Don't know70.1
9) Refused40.1
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
83) 33J. A professional, trade, farm, or business association? (GRPPROF)
 TOTAL%
0) No558377.6
1) Yes160022.2
8) Don't know50.1
9) Refused40.1
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
84) 33K. Service clubs or fraternal organizations such as the Lions or Kiwanis or a local women's club or a college fraternity or sorority? (NOTE: Includes Alumni Organizations) (GRPFRAT)
 TOTAL%
0) No613885.3
1) Yes104314.5
8) Don't know90.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
85) 33L. Ethnic, nationality, or civil rights organizations, such as the National Organization for Women, the Mexican American Legal Defense or the NAACP? (GRPETH)
 TOTAL%
0) No669993.2
1) Yes4806.7
8) Don't know90.1
9) Refused30.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
86) 33M. Other public interest groups, political action groups, political clubs, or party committees? (GRPPOL)
 TOTAL%
0) No647390.0
1) Yes7159.9
8) Don't know00.0
9) Refused30.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
87) 33N. A literary, art, discussion or study group or a musical, dancing, or singing group? (GRPART)
 TOTAL%
0) No570479.3
1) Yes148420.6
8) Don't know20.0
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7192100.0
88) 33O. Any other hobby, investment, or garden clubs or societies? (GRPHOB)
 TOTAL%
0) No528973.6
1) Yes189026.3
8) Don't know90.1
9) Refused30.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
89) 33P. A support group or self-help program for people with specific illnesses, disabilities, problems, or addictions, or for their families? (GRPSELF)
 TOTAL%
0) No565078.6
1) Yes153421.3
8) Don't know50.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing3494
Total7191100.0
90) 34. Did any of the groups that you are involved with take any local action for social or political reform in the past twelve months? (REFORM)
 TOTAL%
0) No695576.4
1) Yes194821.4
8) Don't know2002.2
9) Refused60.1
Missing631
Total9109100.0
91) 35. In the past twelve months, have you served as an officer or served on a committee of any local club or organization? (OFFICER)
 TOTAL%
0) No731080.3
1) Yes179519.7
8) Don't know30.0
9) Refused10.0
Missing631
Total9109100.0
92) 37A. People and families contribute money, property or other assets for a wide variety of charitable purposes. During the past twelve months, approximately how much money did you and the other family members in your household contribute to all religious causes, including your local religious congregation? (IF NECESSARY: PROMPT WITH CATEGORIES) (IF NECESSARY: By contribution, I mean a voluntary contribution with no intention of making a profit or obtaining goods or services for yourself.) (IF NECESSARY: REPEAT ASSURANCES OF CONFIDENTIALITY) (GIVEREL)
 TOTAL%
0) None277628.5
1) Less than $100109611.2
2) $100 to less than $500186219.1
3) $500 to less than $10009309.5
4) $1000 to less than $5000155916.0
5) More than $50005725.9
8) Don't know5345.5
9) Refused4174.3
Total9746100.0
93) 37B. To all non-religious charities, organizations, or causes? (IF NECESSARY, PROMPT WITH CATEGORIES) (IF NECESSARY: By contribution, I mean a voluntary contribution with no intention of making a profit or obtaining goods or services for yourself.) (IF NECESSARY: REPEAT ASSURANCES OF CONFIDENTIALITY) (GIVEOTHR)
 TOTAL%
0) None274728.2
1) Less than $100164416.9
2) $100 to less than $500259826.7
3) $500 to less than $10009119.3
4) $1000 to less than $50008608.8
5) More than $50001571.6
8) Don't know4684.8
9) Refused3603.7
Total9745100.0
94) 38A. I'm going to read a list of statements. For each, please tell me whether you agree strongly, agree somewhat, disagree somewhat, or disagree strongly. The people running my community don't really care much what happens to me. (ALIEN1)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly262827.0
2) Disagree somewhat353736.3
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends1211.2
4) Agree somewhat197920.3
5) Agree strongly126513.0
8) Don't know1932.0
9) Refused200.2
Total9743100.0
95) 38B. Television is my primary form of entertainment. (TVONE)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly343535.3
2) Disagree somewhat245025.1
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends400.4
4) Agree somewhat206421.2
5) Agree strongly171517.6
8) Don't know300.3
9) Refused110.1
Total9745100.0
96) 38C. Immigrants are getting too demanding in their push for equal rights. (IMMIG)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly197420.3
2) Disagree somewhat233023.9
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends3203.3
4) Agree somewhat211421.7
5) Agree strongly261926.9
8) Don't know3073.2
9) Refused800.8
Total9744100.0
97) 38D. A book that most people disapprove of should be kept out of my local public library. (BOOK)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly485249.8
2) Disagree somewhat208421.4
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends2262.3
4) Agree somewhat105210.8
5) Agree strongly135713.9
8) Don't know1391.4
9) Refused340.3
Total9744100.0
98) 38E. I often feel that there are too many things to worry about and pay attention to. (TOOMUCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly88018.2
2) Disagree somewhat115923.9
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends420.9
4) Agree somewhat150731.1
5) Agree strongly122925.4
8) Don't know200.4
9) Refused70.1
Missing6098
Total4844100.0
99) 38F. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by everything that is going on. (OVERWHLM)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly112522.9
2) Disagree somewhat105521.5
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends290.6
4) Agree somewhat152531.1
5) Agree strongly113723.2
8) Don't know270.6
9) Refused100.2
Missing6000
Total4908100.0
100) 38G. I feel used up at the end of a typical day. (USEDUP)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly121925.1
2) Disagree somewhat120424.7
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends360.7
4) Agree somewhat129826.7
5) Agree strongly103521.3
8) Don't know591.2
9) Refused160.3
Missing6048
Total4867100.0
101) 38H. I lead a calm and relaxed life. (CALMLFE)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly4449.1
2) Disagree somewhat73815.1
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends370.8
4) Agree somewhat166334.1
5) Agree strongly199040.8
8) Don't know80.2
9) Refused20.0
Missing6041
Total4882100.0
102) 38I. Religion is very important in my life. (RELIMP)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly9499.7
2) Disagree somewhat100610.3
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends700.7
4) Agree somewhat214022.0
5) Agree strongly554056.9
8) Don't know250.3
9) Refused140.1
Total9744100.0
103) 38J. Do you think the number of immigrants to America nowadays should be increased a lot, increased a little, remain the same as it is, reduced a little, or reduced a lot? (LETIN1)
 TOTAL%
1) Reduced a lot208021.3
2) Reduced a little205421.1
3) Remain the same as it is362137.2
4) Increased a little8598.8
5) Increased a lot3813.9
6) Can't choose4915.0
8) Don't know1841.9
9) Refused750.8
Total9745100.0
104) 39B. [Questions 39A-39H only asked of Baton Rouge, Houston, and Arkansas samples with exception of question 39E asked only of Baton Rouge and Houston respondents and question 39H asked of Baton Rouge, Houston, Arkansas, and national sample] We are trying to understand what happened in different communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. I am going to read you a few statements about how the evacuees from Hurricane Katrina might have affected your community. For each statement, please tell me if you agree or disagree. 'Our community would be better off if many evacuees stayed in [CITY_STR] permanently.' (HURRSTAY)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly31728.2
2) Disagree somewhat30326.9
3) (Vol.) Neither534.7
4) Agree somewhat29226.0
5) Agree strongly1089.6
8) Don't know524.6
9) Refused10.1
Missing10968
Total1126100.0
105) 39C. 'Helping the evacuees put a considerable strain on our community.' (HURRSTM)
 TOTAL%
1) Disagree strongly26223.3
2) Disagree somewhat25322.4
3) (Vol.) Neither30.3
4) Agree somewhat26023.1
5) Agree strongly32428.8
8) Don't know201.8
9) Refused40.4
Missing10968
Total1126100.0
106) 39D. Now, I am going to read you a list of ways that some people were personally affected by the hurricane. For each, please tell me if you were affected in that way. (Question 39D asked only of Baton Rouge and Houston sample. IF ARKANSAS SAMPLE SKIP TO 39F) Did you host any evacuees in your home? (EVACHOST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17323.8
2) No50269.2
3) (Vol.) Respondent is a Katrina evacuee121.7
8) Don't know344.7
9) Refused50.7
Missing11368
Total726100.0
107) 39E. (Question 39E asked only of Baton Rouge and Houston sample) Were the people whom you hosted friends from beforehand, were they relatives, or were they strangers? You may choose more than one category. FIRST MENTION (EVACWHO)
 TOTAL%
1) Friends6034.9
2) Relatives8951.6
3) Strangers2313.1
8) Don't know10.3
Missing11919
Total173100.0
108) 39E. (Question 39E asked only of Baton Rouge and Houston sample) Were the people whom you hosted friends from beforehand, were they relatives, or were they strangers? You may choose more than one category. SECOND MENTION (EVACWHO2)
 TOTAL%
1) Friends715.9
2) Relatives2352.6
3) Strangers1430.9
Missing12058
Total44100.0
109) 39E. (Question 39E asked only of Baton Rouge and Houston sample) Were the people whom you hosted friends from beforehand, were they relatives, or were they strangers? You may choose more than one category. THIRD MENTION (EVACWHO3)
 TOTAL%
2) Relatives227.3
3) Strangers675.0
Missing12092
Total8100.0
110) 39F. Did you have any direct personal contact with Katrina evacuees, for example through hosting them, cooking meals, providing direct service, etc.? (EVACCTCT)
 TOTAL%
0) No48651.0
1) Yes44847.0
8) Don't know192.0
9) Refused00.0
Missing11149
Total953100.0
111) 39G1. Donate money, clothing, food, or other items? (EVACDON)
 TOTAL%
0) No22319.8
1) Yes89979.8
8) Don't know40.3
Missing10968
Total1126100.0
112) 39G2. Volunteer? (EVACVOL1)
 TOTAL%
0) No65358.0
1) Yes47041.7
8) Don't know30.2
Missing10968
Total1126100.0
113) 39G3. Was the volunteer work organized by a religious group, the state or local government, the Red Cross, or another group? FIRST MENTION (EVACORG)
 TOTAL%
1) Religious Group21044.8
2) State or local government479.9
3) Red Cross8217.4
4) Another group8016.9
5) All of the above groups132.7
6) None of the above groups357.5
8) Don't know20.5
9) Refused10.2
Missing11624
Total470100.0
114) 39G3. Was the volunteer work organized by a religious group, the state or local government, the Red Cross, or another group? SECOND MENTION (EVACORG2)
 TOTAL%
2) State or local government1035.7
3) Red Cross1452.2
4) Another group312.1
Missing12065
Total27100.0
115) 39G3. Was the volunteer work organized by a religious group, the state or local government, the Red Cross, or another group? THIRD MENTION (EVACORG3)
 TOTAL%
3) Red Cross127.9
4) Another group255.3
Missing12096
Total3100.0
116) 39H. Do you think that your community will get better or worse as a place to live in the next twelve months, or will it stay the same? (CMTYIMPV)
 TOTAL%
1) Worse34913.7
2) Stay the same145757.2
3) Better69727.3
8) Don't know451.8
9) Refused10.1
Missing9599
Total2549100.0
117) 40. Next, I would like to ask a few questions about work. We'd like to know if you are working now, temporarily laid off, or if you are unemployed, retired, permanently disabled, a homemaker, a student, or what? (INTERVIEWER: IF MULTIPLE RESPONSES ARE GIVEN, ENTER THE ONE WITH THE LOWEST CODE NUMBER.) (LABOR)
 TOTAL%
1) Working601761.7
2) Temporarily laid off1922.0
3) Unemployed3203.3
4) Retired168217.3
5) Permanently disabled4404.5
6) Homemaker7077.3
7) Student3623.7
8) Don't know100.1
9) Refused150.2
Total9745100.0
118) 40A. Are you doing any work for pay at the present time? (LABOR2)
 TOTAL%
0) No83077.6
1) Yes23922.4
9) Refused00.0
Missing11056
Total1069100.0
119) 41. About how many hours do you work in the average week? Count everything, including extra jobs or paid work you do at home. (INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONSE IS 96 OR GREATER, ENTER 96) (WRKTIME)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,25644.2015.89
120) 44. On a typical day (IF NECESSARY: when you do go to your workplace), about how long does it take you to get to work? (in hours) (COMMUTE1)
 TOTAL%
1) 139271.2
2) 2315.7
3) 371.2
4) 491.7
5) 55610.2
8) Don't know488.7
9) Refused71.4
Missing11542
Total550100.0
121) 44. On a typical day (IF NECESSARY: when you do go to your workplace), about how long does it take you to get to work? (in minutes) (COMMUTE2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,20017.6739.38
122) 44. On a typical day (IF NECESSARY: when you do go to your workplace), about how long does it take you to get to work? (in hours) [ARDA Note: 998 = Don't know, 999 = Refused] (COMMUTE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,2356.5978.28
123) 45. We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. So far as you and your family are concerned, would you say that you are very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, or not at all satisfied with your present financial situation? (ECONSAT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all satisfied180318.5
1) Somewhat satisfied579059.4
2) Very satisfied209621.5
8) Don't know210.2
9) Refused350.4
Total9745100.0
124) 46. Now, I want to ask you some questions about family, friends, and neighbors. First, I'd like you to describe your household. Are you currently married, separated, divorced, widowed, or have you never married? (MARITAL)
 TOTAL%
0) Never married222622.8
1) Widowed6056.2
2) Divorced9669.9
3) Separated2032.1
4) Currently married568458.3
9) Refused610.6
Total9745100.0
125) 46A. Are you currently living with a partner? (PARTNER)
 TOTAL%
0) No242071.3
1) Yes96428.4
8) Don't know20.1
9) Refused90.3
Missing8144
Total3395100.0
126) 47. How many children, aged seventeen or younger, live in your household? (KIDS)
 TOTAL%
0) 0553056.8
1) 1160016.4
2) 2150015.4
3) 36787.0
4) 42402.5
5) 5780.8
6) 6270.3
7) 790.1
8) 870.1
9) 930.0
10) 1020.0
11) 1110.0
12) 1260.1
13) 1320.0
20) 2010.0
98) Don't know30.0
99) Refused570.6
Total9744100.0
127) 47A. And how many of these kids are six years old or older? (KIDS_6)
 TOTAL%
0) 0114427.1
1) 1154136.6
2) 294922.5
3) 33518.3
4) 41152.7
5) 5320.8
6) 6160.4
7) 710.0
9) 900.0
10) 1020.1
12) 1220.1
98) Don't know30.1
99) Refused571.3
Missing7904
Total4213100.0
128) 48. Including yourself, how many adults live in your household? (INTERVIEWER NOTE: IF RESPONSE IS 10 OR GREATER, ENTER 10) (SKID)
 TOTAL%
1) 1145414.9
2) 2587260.3
3) 3155916.0
4) 45245.4
5) 51641.7
6) 6570.6
7) 7240.2
8) 860.1
9) 940.0
10) 1040.0
98) Don't know60.1
99) Refused690.7
Total9743100.0
129) 50A. Suppose a close relative or family member were marrying (GROUP)? Would you very much favor it happening, somewhat favor, neither favor nor oppose, somewhat oppose, or very much oppose it happening? An Asian person? (MARASN)
 TOTAL%
0) Very much oppose2254.6
1) Somewhat oppose3176.5
2) Neither favor nor oppose233647.7
3) Somewhat favor71214.5
4) Very much favor117023.9
8) Don't know841.7
9) Refused521.1
Missing6038
Total4896100.0
130) 50B. (How about marrying an) African American or Black person? (MARBLK)
 TOTAL%
0) Very much oppose4238.7
1) Somewhat oppose4298.8
2) Neither favor nor oppose215644.0
3) Somewhat favor59612.2
4) Very much favor115523.6
8) Don't know811.7
9) Refused551.1
Missing6038
Total4895100.0
131) 50C. (How about marrying a) White person? (MARWHT)
 TOTAL%
0) Very much oppose781.6
1) Somewhat oppose1342.7
2) Neither favor nor oppose212643.4
3) Somewhat favor64013.1
4) Very much favor178036.4
8) Don't know871.8
9) Refused511.0
Missing6038
Total4896100.0
132) 50D. (How about marrying a) Latino or Hispanic person? (MARHIS)
 TOTAL%
0) Very much oppose2374.8
1) Somewhat oppose3146.4
2) Neither favor nor oppose224245.8
3) Somewhat favor70414.4
4) Very much favor124425.4
8) Don't know1012.1
9) Refused531.1
Missing6038
Total4895100.0
133) 50E1. Next, I'd like to know whether you have warm or cold feelings toward a number of well-known groups. I'll read out a group and ask you to rate it from zero (0) to one hundred (100). The higher the number, the warmer or more favorable you feel toward it. If you have very warm or positive feelings, you might give it 100. If you have very cold or negative feelings, give it a zero. If you feel neither warm nor cold toward it, give it a 50. You can use all the numbers from zero to 100. The first group is gay men and lesbians, that is, homosexuals? (FTGAYS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74566.36129.05
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134) 50E2. Blacks? (FTBLKS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74582.98122.57
135) 50E3. Whites? (FTWHTS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74584.66112.66
136) 50E4. Asian Americans? (FTASNS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74583.74130.36
137) 50E5. Latinos or Hispanic Americans? (FTHSPNS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74582.11122.77
138) 50E6. Catholics? (FTCATHS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74583.20118.40
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139) 50E7. Protestants? (FTPROTS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74589.56143.60
140) 50E8. Muslims? (FTMUSLM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74585.51169.03
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141) 50E9. Evangelical Christians? (FTFUNDS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4,875102.48185.98
142) 50E10. Immigrants? (FTIMMIG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74580.21136.02
143) 50E11. Poor people? (FTPOOR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74583.92110.55
144) 50E12. Rich people? (FTRICH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74571.84115.35
145) 51. Next I have a few questions about your immediate neighbors. These are the ten or twenty households that live closest to you. About how often do you talk to or visit with your immediate neighbors -- just about every day, several times a week, several times a month, once a month, several times a year, once a year or less, or never? (NEISOC)
 TOTAL%
1) Never9239.5
2) Once a year or less4794.9
3) Several times a year6306.5
4) Once a month109811.3
5) Several times a month198720.4
6) Several times a week284929.2
7) Just about every day173717.8
8) Don't know370.4
9) Refused40.0
Total9744100.0
146) 52. In the past two years, have you worked with others to get people in your immediate neighborhood to work together to fix or improve something? (NEICOOP)
 TOTAL%
0) No324967.1
1) Yes158632.7
8) Don't know70.1
9) Refused20.0
Missing6064
Total4844100.0
147) 52A. If you were looking for a house, and found affordable houses in a few different neighborhoods, in which of the following neighborhoods would you personally feel most comfortable? (NEIDIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Neighbors entirely of your own race or ethnic background3928.2
2) Neighbors mostly of your own race or ethnic background110623.2
3) Neighbors mostly of different racial or ethnic background from your own race or ethnic background2545.3
4) Racial or ethnic background of neighbors is completely irrelevant293661.5
8) Don't know611.3
9) Refused270.6
Missing6202
Total4776100.0
148) 53. Now, how about friends? About how many close friends do you have these days? These are people you feel at ease with, can talk to about private matters, or call on for help. Would you say that you have no close friends, one or two, three to five, six to ten, or more than that? (FRIENDS)
 TOTAL%
1) No close friends3113.2
2) 1-2 close friends171917.6
3) 3-5 close friends366337.6
4) 6-10 close friends230423.6
5) More than 10 close friends171317.6
8) Don't know170.2
9) Refused180.2
Total9745100.0
149) 54. Right now, how many people do you have in your life with whom you can share confidences or discuss a difficult decision -- nobody, one, two, or three or more? (INTERVIEWER NOTE: INCLUDES FAMILY) (CONFIDE)
 TOTAL%
1) Nobody2422.5
2) One8108.3
3) Two163216.8
4) Three or more704072.2
8) Don't know40.0
9) Refused170.2
Total9745100.0
150) 54A. How many would that be? (CONFIDEH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7,0408.3411.38
151) 55A. Thinking now about everyone that you would count as a personal friend, not just your closest friends -- do you have a personal friend who owns their own business? (BBUS)
 TOTAL%
0) No328733.7
1) Yes642065.9
8) Don't know280.3
9) Refused100.1
Total9745100.0
152) 55B. Is a manual worker? (IF NECESSARY: Works in a factory, as a truck driver, or as a laborer.) (BWORKER)
 TOTAL%
0) No258226.5
1) Yes711473.0
8) Don't know330.3
9) Refused150.2
Total9744100.0
153) 55C. Has been on welfare? (BWELF)
 TOTAL%
0) No480849.3
1) Yes456946.9
8) Don't know3463.5
9) Refused220.2
Total9745100.0
154) 55D. Owns a vacation home? (BVACH)
 TOTAL%
0) No492950.6
1) Yes466947.9
8) Don't know1311.3
9) Refused160.2
Total9745100.0
155) 55E. [coded to signify, has personal friend with a different religious orientation] (IF [RELIG]=1) Is not Protestant? (IF [RELIG]=2) Is not Catholic? (IF [RELIG]=3) Has a different religion than you? (IF [RELIG]=4) Is not Jewish? (IF [RELIG]=5) Has a different religion than you? (IF [RELIG] greater than 5) You consider to be very religious? (BREL)
 TOTAL%
0) No207221.3
1) Yes740676.0
8) Don't know2412.5
9) Refused260.3
Total9745100.0
156) 55F. Is white? (BWHT)
 TOTAL%
0) No8178.4
1) Yes889191.2
8) Don't know80.1
9) Refused290.3
Total9745100.0
157) How many personal white friends would that be? (BWHT4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8,747430.551,891.67
158) 55G. Is Latino or Hispanic? (BHISP)
 TOTAL%
0) No443645.5
1) Yes524853.9
8) Don't know300.3
9) Refused300.3
Total9744100.0
159) How many personal Hispanic friends would that be? (BHISP4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,196119.681,015.99
160) 55H. Is Asian? (BASN)
 TOTAL%
0) No623464.0
1) Yes344635.4
8) Don't know330.3
9) Refused320.3
Total9745100.0
161) How many personal Asian friends would that be? (BASN4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,31467.35772.85
162) 55I. Is black or African American? (BBLK)
 TOTAL%
0) No340935.0
1) Yes628564.5
8) Don't know140.1
9) Refused360.4
Total9744100.0
163) How many personal black friends would that be? (BBLK4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,110178.551,242.06
164) 55K. You would describe as a community leader? (BLEADER)
 TOTAL%
0) No501551.5
1) Yes466447.9
8) Don't know560.6
9) Refused90.1
Total9744100.0
165) 56A. Now, I'm going to ask you how many times you may have done certain things in the past twelve months. For all of these, I want you just to give me your best guess, and don't worry that you might be off a little. About how many times in the past twelve months did you attend a celebration, parade, or a local sports or art event in your community? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (CPARADE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7457.8713.19
166) 56A. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (PARADE)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this01.6
2) Once27.3
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)39.4
4) 2-4 times414.1
6) About once a month on average623.1
7) Twice a month13.3
8) About once a week on average28.2
9) More than once a week26.3
98) Don't know622.2
99) Refused12.1
Missing12057
Total27100.0
167) 56B. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) taken part in artistic activities with others such as singing, dancing, or acting with a group? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CARTIST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7457.3916.13
168) 56B. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (ARTIST)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this27.1
2) Once00.7
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)26.0
4) 2-4 times13.5
5) 5-9 times13.3
6) About once a month on average26.5
7) Twice a month310.5
8) About once a week on average622.2
9) More than once a week520.7
98) Don't know311.2
99) Refused12.9
Missing12064
Total26100.0
169) 56C. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) played cards or board games with others? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CCARDS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74513.3718.93
170) 56C. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (CARDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this01.2
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)415.1
4) 2-4 times01.3
5) 5-9 times15.1
6) About once a month on average518.9
7) Twice a month28.1
8) About once a week on average516.3
9) More than once a week827.8
98) Don't know310.5
99) Refused12.6
Missing12045
Total29100.0
171) 56D. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) visited relatives in person or had them visit you? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CFAMVISI)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74525.2322.54
172) 56D. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (FAMVISIT)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this65.0
2) Once32.1
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)118.6
4) 2-4 times10.9
5) 5-9 times21.8
6) About once a month on average118.3
7) Twice a month1310.4
8) About once a week on average2318.0
9) More than once a week3124.3
98) Don't know2721.2
Missing11928
Total128100.0
173) 56E. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) attended a club meeting? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CCLUBMET)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7455.7312.67
174) 56E. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (CLUBMEET)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this02.4
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)12.6
4) 2-4 times00.0
6) About once a month on average12.4
7) Twice a month16.8
8) About once a week on average13.2
98) Don't know1779.0
Missing12082
Total21100.0
175) 56F. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) had friends over to your home? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CFRDVIST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74520.9221.11
176) 56F. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (FRDVISIT)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this44.0
2) Once33.5
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)78.1
4) 2-4 times10.7
5) 5-9 times44.6
6) About once a month on average910.6
7) Twice a month1617.4
8) About once a week on average1719.5
9) More than once a week1112.9
98) Don't know1617.8
99) Refused11.6
Missing11963
Total89100.0
177) 56G. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) been in the home of a friend of a different race or had them in your home? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CFRDRAC)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74511.2618.49
178) 56G. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (FRDRAC)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this33.4
2) Once66.5
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)1212.6
4) 2-4 times33.6
5) 5-9 times11.4
6) About once a month on average1415.2
7) Twice a month88.7
8) About once a week on average1010.5
9) More than once a week77.3
98) Don't know3031.4
99) Refused11.2
Missing11980
Total95100.0
179) 56H. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) socialized with coworkers outside of work? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CJOBSOC)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,25613.5518.55
180) 56H. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (JOBSOC)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this38.2
2) Once00.1
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)11.6
4) 2-4 times00.0
5) 5-9 times12.2
6) About once a month on average24.6
7) Twice a month617.0
8) About once a week on average27.1
9) More than once a week515.5
98) Don't know1542.3
Missing12053
Total35100.0
181) 56I. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) hung out with friends at a park, shopping mall, or other public place? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CFRDHANG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74517.1520.49
182) 56I. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (FRDHANG)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this811.5
2) Once00.6
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)57.8
4) 2-4 times10.9
5) 5-9 times22.4
6) About once a month on average68.5
7) Twice a month68.8
8) About once a week on average812.1
9) More than once a week1015.5
98) Don't know2030.5
99) Refused00.0
Missing12003
Total66100.0
183) 56J. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) played a team sport? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CSOCSPRT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7455.6814.40
184) 56J. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (SOCSPORT)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this15.1
2) Once01.3
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)325.1
4) 2-4 times02.3
6) About once a month on average04.0
7) Twice a month219.1
8) About once a week on average17.9
9) More than once a week217.0
98) Don't know112.4
Missing12085
Total10100.0
185) 56K. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) participated in an on-line discussion over the Internet? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CWWWCHAT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,3008.8319.09
186) 56K. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (WWWCHAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this16.6
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)02.0
6) About once a month on average320.3
8) About once a week on average15.7
9) More than once a week531.2
98) Don't know636.4
Missing12079
Total16100.0
187) 56L. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) attended any public meeting in which there was discussion of town or school affairs? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CPUBMEET)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7452.758.07
188) 56L. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (PUBMEET)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this1041.8
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)210.5
4) 2-4 times28.2
5) 5-9 times12.5
6) About once a month on average12.7
7) Twice a month12.2
8) About once a week on average13.2
9) More than once a week01.1
98) Don't know520.0
Missing12078
Total23100.0
189) 56M. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) been in the home of a neighbor? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CNEIHOME)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74514.5820.52
190) 56M. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (NEIHOME)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this106.8
2) Once21.3
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)1510.3
4) 2-4 times00.3
5) 5-9 times10.7
6) About once a month on average96.4
7) Twice a month53.6
8) About once a week on average149.7
9) More than once a week139.4
98) Don't know7350.8
99) Refused10.9
Missing11942
Total143100.0
191) 56N. (How many times in the past twelve months have you) been in the home of someone in [CITY_STR] but outside your neighborhood? (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CHMEXNEI)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3,31916.8421.73
192) 56N. (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (HOMEXNEI)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this10.8
2) Once12.1
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)57.9
4) 2-4 times23.0
5) 5-9 times23.8
6) About once a month on average58.6
7) Twice a month46.3
8) About once a week on average69.9
9) More than once a week712.5
98) Don't know2745.5
Missing12033
Total60100.0
193) 58. How many times in the past twelve months have you volunteered? (IF NECESSARY PROMPT WITH CATEGORIES) (IF NECESSARY: By volunteering, I mean any unpaid work you've done to help people besides your family and friends or people you work with.) (IF NECESSARY: Count every time you did any volunteer work, no matter how much or little.) (GIVE RESPONDENT A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT THE ANSWER. IF RESPONSE IS 53 OR GREATER, ENTER 53) (CVOLTIME)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,74511.0318.28
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194) 58. How many times in the past twelve months have you volunteered? (IF RESPONDENT IS UNABLE TO ANSWER, PROBE:) Would you say you never did this, did it once, a few times, about once a month on average, twice a month, about once a week on average, or more often than that? (IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS 'A FEW TIMES', PROBE WITH:) Would that be closer to 2-4 times or 5-9 times? (VOLTIME)
 TOTAL%
1) Never did this11.3
2) Once69.6
3) A few times (ENTER ONLY IF FIGURE CANNOT BE CLARIFIED)57.6
4) 2-4 times11.4
5) 5-9 times12.2
6) About once a month on average1017.4
7) Twice a month10.9
8) About once a week on average711.3
9) More than once a week1117.8
98) Don't know1220.6
99) Refused59.0
Missing12029
Total60100.0
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195) 60. Our last few questions are used to ensure that our sample for this survey accurately reflects the population as a whole. First, in what year were you born? (BYEAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7452,162.591,259.50
196) 61. What is the highest grade of school or year of college you have completed? (EDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school (Grade 11 or less)121612.5
2) High school diploma (including GED)271427.9
3) Some college214122.0
4) Assoc. degree (2 year) or specialized technical training113511.7
5) Bachelor's degree129613.3
6) Some graduate training1781.8
7) Graduate or professional degree9629.9
8) Don't know90.1
9) Refused931.0
Total9744100.0
197) 61A. Do you have a GED or high school equivalency? (EDUC2)
 TOTAL%
0) No105186.4
1) Yes15312.6
8) Don't know60.5
9) Refused60.5
Missing11148
Total1216100.0
198) 62. Do you consider yourself Hispanic or Latino? (HISPAN)
 TOTAL%
0) No840686.3
1) Yes123112.6
8) Don't know130.1
9) Refused941.0
Total9744100.0
199) 62A. Would you say your background is Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or something else? (HISPNAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Mexican86770.5
2) Puerto Rican826.7
3) Cuban131.1
4) Dominican151.2
5) El Salvadoran463.8
6) Guatemalan262.1
7) Colombian121.0
8) Venezuelan100.8
11) Honduran161.3
12) Brazilian90.7
13) Other1119.1
98) Don't know120.9
99) Refused110.9
Missing11196
Total1230100.0
200) 62B. Do you consider yourself to be white or black? (HISPRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) White74160.2
2) Black695.6
3) Other38931.5
8) Don't know262.1
9) Refused70.6
Missing11196
Total1232100.0
201) 63. Do you consider yourself to be White, Black or African American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Native American, or some other race? (RACE)
 TOTAL%
1) White674579.2
2) African American or Black117413.8
3) Asian or Pacific Islander1111.3
5) Native American1161.4
6) Other2202.6
8) Don't know130.2
9) Refused1341.6
Missing904
Total8513100.0
202) 63B. Would you say your background is Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Filipino, or something else? (ASNNAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Chinese1815.7
2) Korean98.1
3) Japanese65.4
4) Filipino2219.6
5) Asian Indian32.5
6) Vietnamese108.5
8) Indian87.4
9) Pakistani10.8
10) Other3531.2
Missing11985
Total112100.0
203) 63C. From what country did your ancestors come? (can code up to 2 from fixed list) (ETHNIC1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,965992.152,781.82
204) 63C. From what country did your ancestors come? (can code up to 2 from fixed list) (ETHNIC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3,708137.9673.97
205) 64. Are you an American citizen? (CITIZ)
 TOTAL%
0) No6556.7
1) Yes900292.4
8) Don't know30.0
9) Refused850.9
Total9745100.0
206) 60A. Were you born in the United States? (BORNUS)
 TOTAL%
0) No111511.4
1) Yes854887.7
8) Don't know10.0
9) Refused810.8
Total9745100.0
207) 60B. What state were you born in? (STATBRN)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8,54830.2261.29
208) 64B1. Were either of your parents born outside the United States? (IMMIGGEN)
 TOTAL%
0) No725387.9
1) Yes94811.5
8) Don't know380.5
9) Refused90.1
Missing1403
Total8248100.0
209) 60C. What country were you born in? (CTRYBRN)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1,115132.04100.42
210) 64B. How many years have you lived in the United States? (YRSINUS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,745365.071,747.88
211) 65. How many different telephone numbers does your household have, not counting those dedicated to a fax machine or computer? (PHONES)
 TOTAL%
1) 1868589.1
2) 26096.2
3) 31912.0
4) 4490.5
5) 5420.4
6) 640.0
7) 730.0
8) 840.0
9) 9110.1
99) Refused1501.5
Total9748100.0
212) 66A. If you added together the yearly incomes, before taxes, of all the members of your household for last year, 1999, would the total be: (READ LIST) (YP_1)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than $30,000256726.3
2) $30,000 or more636865.4
8) Don't know2542.6
9) Refused5555.7
Total9744100.0
213) 66B. (IF [YP_1] = 2, SKIP TO 66C. IF [YP_1] = 8 or 9, SKIP TO INSTRUCTION BEFORE 67) Would that be: (READ LIST) (YP_2)
 TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or less122947.9
2) Over $20,000 but less than $30,000123948.2
8) Don't know662.6
9) Refused331.3
Missing8940
Total2567100.0
214) 66C. Would that be: (READ LIST) (YP_3)
 TOTAL%
1) $30,000 but less than $50,000205132.2
2) $50,000 but less than $75,000172827.1
3) $75,000 but less than $100,000105716.6
4) $100,000 or more119118.7
8) Don't know781.2
9) Refused2624.1
Missing4189
Total6367100.0
215) Version (VERSION)
216) Date of callback (DATECB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7820,060,506.322.29
217) Final weight (WEIGHT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,3451.771.79
218) 38I2. People in this community share the same values. (SHARVAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly19023.6
2) Agree somewhat32840.6
3) (Vol.) Neither/depends81.0
4) Disagree somewhat14718.2
5) Disagree strongly9912.3
8) Don't know273.3
9) Refused70.9
Missing11310
Total806100.0
219) 59A. Do you now smoke cigarettes every day, some days, or not at all? (SMOKE)
 TOTAL%
1) Every day9317.6
2) Some days295.5
3) Not at all40376.3
9) Refused30.6
Missing9612
Total528100.0
220) 59B. During the past month, other than your regular job, did you participate in any physical activities or exercises such as running, calisthenics, golf, gardening, or walking for exercise? (PHYSACT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes43582.4
2) No9017.0
8) Don't know00.0
9) Refused30.5
Missing9612
Total528100.0
221) QCELL FROM SAMPLE (QCELL)
 TOTAL%
1) Urban24849.7
2) Rural14128.3
3) Wichita7314.6
4) Abilene20.4
5) Garden City51.1
6) Kansas City275.5
7) Junction City30.6
Missing9645
Total499100.0
222) ARSE WEIGHT (WGTIND)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5001.711.56
223) Project (CALLBACK)
224) New weight: downweighted Kansas and NH samples (FWEIGHT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,1000.810.77
225) New respondent ID: for 2000 and 2006 merge file (RESPID)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7456,385,263.03182,103.84
226) Social trust (repolarized -- higher equals more trust) (TRUST2)
 TOTAL%
0) Can't be too careful504952.2
1) Depends4254.4
2) People can be trusted419743.4
Missing98
Total9671100.0
227) Trust neighbors (0=LOW) (TR2NEI)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all5555.8
1) A little131313.7
2) Some332634.7
3) A lot439345.8
Missing233
Total9587100.0
228) Trust co-workers (0=LOW) (TR2WRK)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all3704.6
1) A little95712.0
2) Some271834.1
3) A lot393349.3
Missing2739
Total7978100.0
229) Trust co-religionists (0=LOW) (TR2REL)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all532.9
1) A little965.2
2) Some48326.1
3) A lot121465.8
Missing10263
Total1846100.0
230) Trust shop clerks (0=LOW) (TR2SHOP)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all4634.8
1) A little161316.9
2) Some470749.3
3) A lot277029.0
Missing250
Total9553100.0
231) Trust local police (0=LOW) (TR2COP)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all5695.9
1) A little8639.0
2) Some287630.0
3) A lot526555.0
Missing220
Total9573100.0
232) Trust Asians (0=LOW) (TR2ASN)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all3183.6
1) A little100611.4
2) Some506257.5
3) A lot242327.5
Missing1220
Total8809100.0
233) Trust Blacks (0=LOW) (TR2BLK)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all3603.9
1) A little104011.3
2) Some530857.9
3) A lot245826.8
Missing801
Total9166100.0
234) Trust Hispanics (0=LOW) (TR2HIS)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all3233.6
1) A little119713.3
2) Some515657.2
3) A lot233725.9
Missing992
Total9013100.0
235) Trust Whites (0=LOW) (TR2WHT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not at all2332.5
1) A little8559.3
2) Some517656.2
3) A lot294532.0
Missing723
Total9209100.0
236) Social trust (reordered from trust-lower equals more trust) (TRUST2R)
 TOTAL%
1) People can be trust419743.4
2) Depends4254.4
3) Can't be too careful504952.2
Missing98
Total9671100.0
237) Respondent's age (AGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,49945.7817.42
238) 2005 total household income (INCOME)
 TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or less122913.8
2) Over $20,000 but less than $30,000123913.9
3) Less than $30,000, unspecified1001.1
4) More than $30,000 but less than $50,000205123.0
5) More than $50,000 but less than $75,000172819.3
6) More than $75,000 but less than $100,000105711.8
7) $100,000 or more119113.3
8) Over $30,000, unspecified3413.8
Missing1029
Total8936100.0
239) 56A. Times last 12 months attended parade, local sports or art event (merged) (PARADE2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7227.6212.33
240) 56B. Times last 12 months took part in artistic activity with a group (merged) (ARTIST2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7277.2215.61
241) 56C. Times last 12 months played cards or board games with others (merged) (CARDS2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,73013.1918.53
242) 56D. Times last 12 months visited with relatives (merged) (FAMVIS2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,72525.0022.16
243) 56E. Times last 12 months attended a club meeting (merged) (CLUBS2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7285.5612.05
244) 56F. Times last 12 months had friends over to your home (merged) (FRNDHOM2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,71320.5920.52
245) 56G. Times last 12 months had a friend of a different race at your home (merged) (FRNDRAC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,69710.7717.32
246) 56H. Times last 12 months socialized with co-workers outside of work (merged) (JOBSOC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,24213.3218.03
247) 56I. Times last 12 months hung out with friends in a public place (merged) (FRNDHNG2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,71916.9020.01
248) 56J. Times last 12 months played a team sport (merged) (TEAMSPT2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7295.5213.88
249) 56K. Times last 12 months had an online Internet discussion (merged) (WWWCHAT2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6,2928.7018.77
250) 56L. Times last 12 months attended public meeting discussing school or town affairs (merged) (PUBMEET2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,7302.597.04
251) 58. Times last 12 months volunteered (merged) (VOLTIME2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,71810.7517.59
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252) 56M. Times last 12 months been in the home of a neighbor (merged) (NEIHOME2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9,71814.2819.92
253) 56N. Times last 12 months been in the home of someone in your city but outside your neighborhood (merged) (HMEXNEI2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3,29816.3020.75
254) Religious attendance ('no religion' included as none) (RELATEN2)
 TOTAL%
0) Less than yearly255426.6
1) Few times/yr152515.9
2) 1-2 times/mo140214.6
3) Almost weekly7037.3
4) Weekly or more often343135.7
Missing175
Total9615100.0
255) Trust national government? (0=LOW) (TGOVNAT2)
 TOTAL%
0) Hardly ever193620.1
1) Some of the time450146.7
2) Most of the time274428.5
3) Just about always4514.7
Missing138
Total9632100.0
256) Trust local government? (0=LOW) (TGOVLOC2)
 TOTAL%
0) Hardly ever106311.0
1) Some of the time414742.9
2) Most of the time382439.6
3) Just about always6226.4
Missing126
Total9656100.0
257) Respondent's age (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Under 30 years old200521.1
2) 30 to 44 years old290830.6
3) 45 to 59 years old242725.6
4) 60 to 74 years old148615.6
5) 75 years and older6737.1
Missing305
Total9499100.0
258) 61. What is the highest grade of school or year of college you have completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) High school diploma (including GED) or less393040.8
2) Some college214122.2
3) Assoc. degree (2 year) or specialized technical training113511.8
4) Bachelor's degree129613.4
5) Some graduate training1781.8
6) Graduate or professional degree96210.0
Missing118
Total9642100.0
259) Gender of respondent (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
 TOTAL%
1) Male466647.9
2) Female507952.1
Total9745100.0
260) 63. Do you consider yourself to be White, Black or African American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Native American, or some other race? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
 TOTAL%
1) White674580.6
2) African American or Black117414.0
3) Asian or Pacific Islander1111.3
4) Native American1161.4
5) Other2202.6
Missing1104
Total8366100.0
261) 27. Thinking politically and socially, how would you describe your own general outlook -- as being very conservative, moderately conservative, middle-of-the-road, moderately liberal or very liberal? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-POLITICS)
 TOTAL%
1) Very conservative136014.2
2) Moderately conservative293430.7
3) Middle-of-the-road283329.7
4) Moderately liberal164717.3
5) Very liberal7127.5
6) (Vol.) Something else630.7
Missing203
Total9549100.0
262) 29. I want to change subjects now and ask about the groups and organizations you may be involved with. First, what is your religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, another type of Christian, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
 TOTAL%
1) Protestant433845.1
2) Catholic243025.3
3) Another type of Christian122212.7
4) Jewish921.0
5) Some other religion2482.6
6) No religion128913.4
Missing163
Total9619100.0
263) Census region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
 TOTAL%
1) Northeast223222.9
2) Midwest206721.2
3) South391240.2
4) West153315.7
Total9744100.0

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