Questions/Variables on Surveys
  • V63 from International Social Survey Programme 2008: Religion III
    Q31. Would you describe yourself as . . .
    1) Extremely religious
    2) Very religious
    3) Somewhat religious
    4) Neither religious nor nonreligious
    5) Somewhat nonreligious
    6) Very nonreligious
    7) Extremely nonreligious
    8) Can't choose
    9) No answer
  • DOUBTS2 from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (doubts2_w2) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF RELIGIOUS OR PART OF ANY CHURCH, DK OR REF] [IF F:10=7 OR F:9=0, DK OR REF] F:24. In the last year, how much, if at all, have you had doubts about being nonreligious? Have you had . . .
    1) Many doubts
    2) Some doubts
    3) A few doubts
    4) No doubts
    5) Does Not Apply [INTERVIEWER: DO NOT READ]
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    999) Not asked
  • JOBEXCAG from International Religious Freedom Data, Aggregate File (2001-2005)
    According to the Report, are people excluded from certain (nonreligious) jobs based on religion? [Non-integer responses indicate that the response to this question changed in one or more of the IRF Reports.]
    0) No
    0.333) 0.333
    0.667) 0.667
    1) Yes, some are.
    1.333) 1.333
    2) Yes, all are.
  • THREAG from International Religious Freedom Data, Aggregate File (2001-2005)
    According to the Report, are religious brands harassed by nonreligious social movements within society? [Non-integer responses indicate that the response to this question changed in one or more of the IRF Reports.]
    0) Never
    0.667) 0.667
    1) Within past 100 years
    1.333) 1.333
    1.667) 1.667
    2) Not presently but within past 10 years
    3) Yes
  • DEM2_SCHENRL_PRIVNONREL from American National Election Studies, Time Series Study, 2012
    PRE: School enrollment of child(ren) - mention private nonreligious
    -1) Inapplicable
    0) Not selected by respondent
    1) Selected by respondent
  • Q525R2 from Religious Freedom Index: American Perspectives on the First Amendment, 2020
    Please indicate if you support or oppose each of the following policies. - Religious organizations receiving government funding on an equal basis as nonreligious organizations, for programs such food banks, homeless shelters, or other charitable services.
    1) Strongly oppose
    2) Somewhat oppose
    3) Neither support nor oppose
    4) Somewhat support
    5) Strongly support
  • NONREL_LRG1_2000 from Religion and Rule of Law
    Nonrel_LRG1_2000
    0) Otherwise
    1) If Nonreligious is the largest religious group in the country in 2000
  • NONREL_MAJ1_2000 from Religion and Rule of Law
    Nonrel_MAJ1_2000
    0) Otherwise
    1) If Nonreligious is the majority religious group in the country in 2000
  • JOBEXC03 from International Religious Freedom Data, 2003
    According to the Report, are people excluded from certain (nonreligious) jobs based on religion?
    0) No
    1) Yes, some are
    2) Yes, all are
  • LRG1_2000 from Religion and Rule of Law
    Indicating the largest religious group in the country in 2000
    1) Protestantism (includes Protestants, Independents, and Anglicans combined)
    2) Catholicism
    4) Orthodox Christianity
    5) Islam
    6) African Ethnoreligion
    7) Buddhism
    8) Hinduism
    9) Judaism
    10) Nonreligious
    11) Other Religion
    14) Asian Ethnoreligion
    15) Chinese Folk Religion
  • MAJ1_2000 from Religion and Rule of Law
    Indicating the majority (50 percent or more) religious group in the country in 2000
    1) Protestantism (includes Protestants, Independents, and Anglicans combined)
    2) Catholicism
    4) Orthodox Christianity
    5) Islam
    6) African Ethnoreligion
    7) Buddhism
    8) Hinduism
    9) Judaism
    10) Nonreligious
    12) No Majority
    15) Chinese Folk Religion
  • GIVMON5 from American Congregational Giving Study, Member Questionnaires, 1993
    During the last year, approximately how much money did your household contribute to nonreligious charities, community organizations, or social causes? (Include material goods.)
    1) $0
    2) $1-$50
    3) $51-$100
    4) $101-$500
    5) $501-$1,000
    6) $1,001-$2,000
    7) More than $2,000
  • Q0032_04 from Exploring Orthodox Generosity: Giving in US Orthodox Christian Parishes
    In 2014, approximately how much money did your household contribute to each of the following? Please, indicate approximate dollar amount in the space provided below. To any non-Orthodox (either religious or nonreligious) charities, non-for-profit organizations, or social causes. (Note: variable has been recoded by the ARDA for public use)
    0) 0
    2) 2
    5) 5
    10) 10
    15) 15
    20) 20
    25) 25
    30) 30
    35) 35
    36) 36
    40) 40
    50) 50
    51) 51
    55) 55
    60) 60
    70) 70
    75) 75
    80) 80
    90) 90
    100) 100
    110) 110
    120) 120
    125) 125
    150) 150
    175) 175
    178) 178
    200) 200
    225) 225
    230) 230
    240) 240
    250) 250
    270) 270
    300) 300
    312) 312
    320) 320
    350) 350
    360) 360
    390) 390
    400) 400
    420) 420
    480) 480
    500) 500
    510) 510
    550) 550
    592) 592
    600) 600
    625) 625
    665) 665
    670) 670
    700) 700
    720) 720
    740) 740
    750) 750
    800) 800
    900) 900
    1000) $1,000 or more
  • WHATCOLG from Women of the Cloth, 1983
    ASKED ONLY OF REPSONDENTS WHO HAVE A FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE DEGREE: Was the college you attended:
    1) Public
    2) Private, nonreligious
    3) Private, religious
  • JOBEXC01 from International Religious Freedom Data, 2001
    According to the Report, are people excluded from certain (nonreligious) jobs based on religion?
    0) No
    1) Yes, some are
    2) Yes, all are
  • GIVENONR from Arts and Religion Survey, 1999
    During the last year, approximately how much money did you and the other family members in your household contribute to each of the following? - Other nonreligious charities, organizations, or causes
  • THRE01 from International Religious Freedom Data, 2001
    According to the Report, are religious brands harassed by nonreligious social movements within society?
    0) Never
    1) Within past 100 years
    2) Not presently but within past 10 years
    3) Yes
  • GIVE3 from American Congregational Giving Study, Gallup Poll, 1993
    During the last year, approximately how much money did your household contribute to each of the following? I will ask you about three categories of contributions. First, to your church. Second, to all other religious groups or causes. Third, to all nonreligious charities, organizations and causes. -- To nonreligious charities, community organizations, or social causes. Include material goods.
  • GIVE2 from American Congregational Giving Study, Gallup Poll, 1993
    During the last year, approximately how much money did your household contribute to each of the following? I will ask you about three categories of contributions. First, to your church. Second, to all other religious groups or causes. Third, to all nonreligious charities, organizations and causes. -- To all other religious groups or causes, in your denomination or others. Include material goods.
  • GIVE1 from American Congregational Giving Study, Gallup Poll, 1993
    During the last year, approximately how much money did your household contribute to each of the following? I will ask you about three categories of contributions. First, to your church. Second, to all other religious groups or causes. Third, to all nonreligious charities, organizations and causes. -- First, to your church, in regular giving or giving to special campaigns. Include the value of material goods as well as monetary gifts. Do not include school tuition.
  • Q34 from The Confirmation Project Combined Questionnaire
    Type of school you attend?
    1) Public
    2) Private religious
    3) Private nonreligious
    4) Home schooled
    8) Missing or refused
  • RECESS3 from Notre Dame Study of Catholic Parish Life: Liturgical Observation, 1983
    During the recessional, are any of the following accompaniments used? - Third mention
    0) No accompaniment
    2) Organ/guitar/piano
    4) Choir sings
    5) Congregation leaves during song
    6) Nonreligious song
    7) Priest removes vestments
    8) Other instrumentals
  • YRNREMP from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    Prior to entering the ministry (or theological school), give the total years of nonreligious employment you had:
  • YRNRFEMP from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    How many years were you in your full-time nonreligious job prior to entering the ministry?
  • SCHOOL4 from Notre Dame Study of Catholic Parish Life: the Pastors Sample, 1983
    When you were growing up, what types of schools did you attend? - College
    1) Public
    2) Private nonreligious
    3) Catholic, parochial
    5) Not applicable
  • WHYENT1 from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (First response)?
    1) General sense of vocation - called by God, led by Spirit, etc.
    2) Encouragement by others
    3) Intellectual interest
    4) Fulfillment
    5) Leadership experience
    6) Evangelistic witness
    7) Social concern
    8) Personal service
    9) Other forms of motivation
  • WHYENT3 from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Second response)?
    1) General sense of vocation - called by God, led by Spirit, etc.
    2) Encouragement by others
    3) Intellectual interest
    4) Fulfillment
    5) Leadership experience
    6) Evangelistic witness
    7) Social concern
    8) Personal service
    9) Other forms of motivation
  • WHYENT2 from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Type of first response)?
    1) Long-standing sense of call from God - delayed or interrupted
    2) New or sudden urgent sense of call from God
    3) Push factors associated with circumstances - work, life situation, etc.
    4) Responding to needs of church
    5) Attracted to school by its reputation, program or offerings
    6) Sense of own talent, ability, interest, aptitude for work of minsitry
    7) Need training to do one's ministry
    8) Need legitimacy, credentials, basis for official acceptance
    9) Women now accepted in ministry
  • WHYENT4 from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Type of second response)?
    1) Long-standing sense of call from God - delayed or interrupted
    2) New or sudden urgent sense of call from God
    3) Push factors associated with circumstances - work, life situation, etc.
    4) Responding to needs of church
    5) Attracted to school by its reputation, program or offerings
    6) Sense of own talent, ability, interest, aptitude for work of ministry
    7) Need training to do one's ministry
    8) Need legitimacy, credentials, basis for official acceptance
    9) Women now accepted in ministry
  • NREMPTYP from Survey of Students in Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    Prior to entering the ministry (or theological school), what occupation or kind of work was your longest full-time nonreligious job?
    20) Teacher, college professor
    21) Musical performer, actor, artist, radio/TV performer, entertainer
    22) Social worker, counselor
    23) Medicine, doctor, dentist, nurse
    24) Lawyer, political leader
    25) Psychologist, psychiatrist
    26) Technical, engineering or scientific field
    29) Other professional or technical: librarian, pharmacist, writing, personnel, programmer, foreign service
    30) Public official
    31) Banker
    32) Business owner, farm owner
    33) Corporate manager, business administrator
    34) Investments, stocks, bonds, etc.
    35) Retail business manager (not owner)
    36) Farm manager
    39) Other business and managerial
    40) Sales worker
    41) Insurance sales (not owner or manager)
    42) Real estate sales (not owner or manager)
    49) Other sales
    50) Clerical work
    51) Secretary, stenographer
    59) Other office work
    60) Foreman
    61) Craftsman, mechanic, journeyman, etc.
    62) Safety force - police, fire, etc.
    69) Other skilled
    70) Driver, operator
    71) Farmhand, employee
    72) Other forms of semiskilled work
    80) Laborer
    81) Domestic
    82) Service worker n.e.c. (not elsewhere classified)
    90) Military n.e.c.
    91) Government n.e.c
    92) Housewife, homemaker
    93) Student
    94) Unemployed - retired, disabled, etc.
  • YRNREMP from Survey of Alumni/ae of Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    How many years of nonreligious employment did you have?
  • YFTNRJOB from Survey of Alumni/ae of Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    IN REFERENCE TO RESPONDENT'S LONGEST FULL-TIME NONRELIGIOUS JOB (FTNRJOB): How many years were you in it?
  • PSWORK1 from Survey of Alumni/ae of Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    IN REFERENCE TO RESPONDENT'S LONGEST FULL-TIME NONRELIGIOUS JOB (FTNRJOB): How often do you use skills and knowledge from that experience in your present work?
    1) All the time
    2) Frequently
    3) Occasionally
    4) Rarely
  • FTNRJOB from Survey of Alumni/ae of Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    In what occupation was your longest full-time nonreligious job?
    10) Clergy, minister (unmodified)
    11) Minister of music, youth director, other specialized parish
    12) Missionary
    20) Teacher, college professor
    21) Musical performer, actor, artist, radio/TV performer, entertainer
    22) Social worker, counselor
    23) Medicine, doctor, dentist, nurse
    24) Lawyer, political leader
    25) Psychologist, psychiatrist
    26) Technical, engineering or scientific field
    29) Other professional or technical: librarian, pharmacist, writing, personnel, programmer, foreign service
    30) Public official
    31) Banker
    32) Business owner, farm owner
    33) Corporate manager, business administrator
    34) Investments, stocks, bonds, etc.
    35) Retail business manager (not owner)
    36) Farm manager
    39) Other business and managerial
    40) Sales worker
    41) Insurance sales (not owner or manager)
    42) Real estate sales (not owner or manager)
    49) Other sales
    50) Clerical work
    51) Secretary, stenographer
    59) Other office work
    60) Foreman
    61) Craftsman, mechanic, journeyman, etc.
    62) Safety force - police, fire, etc.
    69) Other skilled
    70) Driver, operator
    71) Farmhand, employee
    72) Other forms of semiskilled work
    80) Laborer
    81) Domestic
    82) Service worker (not elsewhere classified)
    90) Military (not elsewhere classified)
    91) Government (not elsewhere classified)
    92) Housewife, homemaker
  • YRNREMP from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    Prior to entering the ministry (or theological school), give the total years of nonreligious employment you had
  • YRNRFEMP from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    Prior to entering the ministry (or theological school), how many years were you in your full-time nonreligious job?
  • WHYENT1 from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (First response)?
    1) General sense of vocation - called by God, led by Spirit, etc.
    2) Encouragement by others
    3) Intellectual interest
    4) Fulfillment
    5) Leadership experience
    6) Evangelistic witness
    7) Social concern
    8) Personal service
    9) Other forms of motivation
  • WHYENT3 from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Second response)?
    1) General sense of vocation - called by God, led by Spirit, etc.
    2) Encouragement by others
    3) Intellectual interest
    4) Fulfillment
    5) Leadership experience
    6) Evangelistic witness
    7) Social concern
    8) Personal service
    9) Other forms of motivation
  • WHYENT4 from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Type of second response)?
    1) Long-standing sense of call from God - delayed or interrupted
    3) Push factors associated with circumstances - work, life situation, etc.
    4) Responding to needs of church
    6) Sense of own talent, ability, interest, aptitude for work of ministry
    7) Need training to do one's ministry
    8) Need legitimacy, credentials, basis for official acceptance
    9) Women now accepted in ministry
  • WHYENT2 from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    If you regarded your previous nonreligious work as a career, what led you to enter this degree program (Type of first response)?
    1) Long-standing sense of call from God - delayed or interrupted
    2) New or sudden urgent sense of call from God
    3) Push factors associated with circumstances - work, life situation, etc.
    4) Responding to needs of church
    5) Attracted to school by its reputation, program or offerings
    6) Sense of own talent, ability, interest, aptitude for work of ministry
    7) Need training to do one's ministry
    8) Need legitimacy, credentials, basis for official acceptance
    9) Women now accepted in ministry
  • NREMPTYP from Survey of Presbyterian Students in Non-Presbyterian Theological Schools, 1990
    Prior to entering the ministry (or theological school), what occupation or kind of work was your longest full-time nonreligious job?
    20) Teacher, college professor
    21) Musical performer, actor, artist, radio/TV performer, entertainer
    22) Social worker, counselor
    23) Medicine, doctor, dentist, nurse
    24) Lawyer, political leader
    26) Technical, engineering or scientific field
    29) Other professional or technical: librarian, pharmacist, writing, personnel, programmer, foreign service
    30) Public official
    31) Banker
    32) Business owner, farm owner
    33) Corporate manager, business administrator
    34) Investments, stocks, bonds, etc.
    35) Retail business manager (not owner)
    36) Farm manager
    39) Other business and managerial
    40) Sales worker
    42) Real estate sales (not owner or manager)
    49) Other sales
    50) Clerical work
    51) Secretary, stenographer
    59) Other office work
    60) Foreman
    61) Craftsman, mechanic, journeyman, etc.
    71) Farmhand, employee
    72) Other forms of semiskilled work
    80) Laborer
    81) Domestic
    82) Service worker n.e.c. (not elsewhere classified)
    90) Military n.e.c.
    91) Government n.e.c
    93) Student
  • AVOID from Middletown Area Study, 1994
    The pastor encourages members to not associate with nonreligious people during their free time. Is this:
    1) Very important if you had to select a new church
    2) Somewhat important
    3) Not important at all
    4) Don't know
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