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Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months
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Religious tradition - collapsed
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The table reflects the number of congregations.

ALL AVAILABLE YEARS

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 6.0% 37.1% 29.9% 17.3% 9.7% 24.6%
(636)
NO 5.7% 46.8% 18.5% 21.8% 7.2% 75.4%
(1952)
 5.8%
(150)
44.4%
(1149)
21.3%
(551)
20.7%
(535)
7.8%
(203)
100%
(2588)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of congregations. The association between the two variables is statistically significant at the p<.01 level [Chi Square=47.89, DF=4]. This association may not remain statistically significant under a more conservative approach that assumes more variance in the survey weights.

WAVE 4 ONLY: 2018-2019

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 7.0% 30.1% 36.2% 19.5% 7.3% 26.2%
(329)
NO 5.8% 47.0% 16.0% 21.5% 9.6% 73.8%
(925)
 6.1%
(77)
42.6%
(534)
21.3%
(267)
21%
(263)
9%
(113)
100%
(1254)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of congregations. The association between the two variables is statistically significant at the p<.01 level [Chi Square=63.67, DF=4]. This association may not remain statistically significant under a more conservative approach that assumes more variance in the survey weights.

WAVE 3 ONLY: 2012

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 4.9% 44.4% 23.5% 15.0% 12.1% 23%
(306)
NO 5.7% 46.5% 20.8% 22.0% 5.0% 77%
(1025)
 5.5%
(73)
46.1%
(613)
21.4%
(285)
20.4%
(272)
6.6%
(88)
100%
(1331)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of congregations. The association between the two variables is statistically significant at the p<.01 level [Chi Square=25.10, DF=4]. This association may not remain statistically significant under a more conservative approach that assumes more variance in the survey weights.

The table reflects the number of attendees.

ALL AVAILABLE YEARS

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 28.3% 33.5% 16.1% 16.4% 5.7% 34.2%
(880)
NO 26.6% 39.2% 10.8% 18.4% 5.0% 65.8%
(1693)
 27.2%
(700)
37.3%
(959)
12.6%
(324)
17.7%
(456)
5.2%
(134)
100%
(2573)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of attendees. The association between the two variables is statistically significant at the p<.01 level [Chi Square=20.97, DF=4]. This association may not remain statistically significant under a more conservative approach that assumes more variance in the survey weights.

WAVE 4 ONLY: 2018-2019

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 29.5% 30.8% 15.9% 17.7% 6.0% 37.1%
(464)
NO 25.1% 40.8% 9.9% 18.7% 5.5% 62.9%
(786)
 26.7%
(334)
37.1%
(464)
12.2%
(152)
18.3%
(229)
5.7%
(71)
100%
(1250)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of attendees. The association between the two variables is statistically significant at the p<.01 level [Chi Square=19.10, DF=4]. This association may not remain statistically significant under a more conservative approach that assumes more variance in the survey weights.

WAVE 3 ONLY: 2012

Religious tradition - collapsed
Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months (millness) Roman Catholic White Conservative Black Protestants White Mainline Non-Christian Row Totals
YES 27.0% 36.4% 16.4% 14.9% 5.3% 31.4%
(415)
NO 28.1% 37.8% 11.5% 18.2% 4.4% 68.6%
(907)
 27.8%
(367)
37.4%
(494)
13%
(172)
17.2%
(227)
4.7%
(62)
100%
(1322)
Source: National Congregations Study.

The table reflects the number of attendees. The association between the two variables is not statistically significant.

QUESTION WORDING AND NOTES:

millness:Group met to support people with mental illness in past 12 months
trad3:Religious tradition - collapsed

[Please see TRAD3 in the survey instrument for full remarks.]