Anti-Semitism in the United States, 1964

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Case Identification (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL19751008.803585
2) In general, are you in favor of the United Nations or opposed? (UNFAVOPP)
TOTAL%
1) In favor171094.2
2) Opposed1055.8
Missing160 
TOTAL1815100.0
3) Do you feel the United States is losing power or is it becoming more powerful? (USPOWER)
TOTAL%
1) Losing power55429.6
2) Becoming more powerful84144.9
3) Staying the same47825.5
Missing102 
TOTAL1873100.0
4) IF RESPONDENT SAID "U.S. IS LOSING POWER" IN VAR3 (USPOWER) -- How much does this disturb you: a great deal, somewhat, or very little? (USPOWER2)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal26849.4
2) Somewhat16931.2
3) Very little10519.4
Missing1433 
TOTAL542100.0
5) Which of the statements on this card comes closest to expressing how you feel about the state of morals in this country at the present time? (USMORAL)
TOTAL%
1) They are pretty bad, and getting worse81043.0
2) They are pretty bad, but getting better28515.1
3) They are pretty good, but getting worse40521.5
4) They are pretty good, and getting better31516.7
5) Indifferent703.7
Missing90 
TOTAL1885100.0
6) How great a danger do you feel that American communists are to this country at the present time: a very great danger, some danger, hardly any danger, or no danger? (COMMDANG)
TOTAL%
1) A very great danger33117.5
2) A great danger42322.4
3) Some danger76840.6
4) Hardly any danger24012.7
5) No danger1286.8
Missing85 
TOTAL1890100.0
7) In this country, do you think any of the people on this card are more likely than other Americans to be communists? (Lists: Union Leaders, Negroes, Jews, College Teachers, Foreign Born, People in Government) (ANYCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes71936.4
2) No125563.6
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
8) Union leaders are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (ULCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33316.9
2) No164183.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
9) Negroes are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (NEGCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28314.3
2) No169185.7
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
10) Jews are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (JEWCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes603.0
2) No191497.0
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
11) College teachers are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (PROFCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1648.3
2) No181091.7
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
12) Foreign born are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (FORCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38619.6
2) No158880.4
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
13) People in the government in Washington are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (GOVCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23211.8
2) No174288.2
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
14) Don't know if any of these people are more likely than other Americans to be communists. (DKCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25913.1
2) No171586.9
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
15) Suppose Congress wanted to pass a law saying that groups who disagree with our form of government could not hold public meetings or make speeches. As far as you know, would Congress have the right under the Constitution to pass such a law? (DISLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44825.7
2) No129274.3
Missing235 
TOTAL1740100.0
16) Would you be in favor of a law saying that groups who disagree with our form of government could not hold public meetings or make speeches, or opposed to such a law? (FAVDLAW)
TOTAL%
1) In Favor26059.9
2) Opposed17440.1
Missing1541 
TOTAL434100.0
17) Supposing it were constitutional to have a law saying that groups who disagree with our form of government could not hold public meetings or make speeches, would you like to see such a law passed, or not? (PMLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29120.0
2) No116780.0
Missing517 
TOTAL1458100.0
18) How would you feel about a law saying that the president must be a man who believes in God? As far as you know, would Congress have the right under the Constitution to pass such a law? (PRESGOD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes69941.0
2) No100459.0
Missing272 
TOTAL1703100.0
19) Would you be in favor of a law saying that the president must be a man who believes in God, or opposed to it? (FAVPLAW)
TOTAL%
1) In Favor65095.0
2) Opposed345.0
Missing1291 
TOTAL684100.0
20) IF RESPONDENT SAID "NO" OR "DON'T KNOW (MISSING)" TO VAR18 (PRESGOD) -- Supposing it were constitutional that the president must be a man who believes in God, would you like to see such a law passed, or not? (PRESGOD2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54544.4
2) No68355.6
Missing747 
TOTAL1228100.0
21) Do you think that having a death penalty for the worst crimes is a good idea, or are you against the death penalty? (DPFEEL)
TOTAL%
1) A good idea100854.6
2) Against83745.4
Missing130 
TOTAL1845100.0
22) Have you heard of the John Birch Society? (JBHEARD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes152478.7
2) No41321.3
Missing38 
TOTAL1937100.0
23) If respondent said "yes" to VAR22 (JBHEARD) -- What is your opinion of the John Birch Society: Do you strongly approve of what it stands for, approve somewhat, disapprove somewhat, or strongly disapprove? (JBOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly approve252.6
2) Approve somewhat18619.4
3) Disapprove somewhat30231.6
4) Strongly disapprove44446.4
Missing1018 
TOTAL957100.0
24) As you see it, are Negroes today demanding more than they have a right to? (NEGTDEM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes80442.2
2) No108657.0
3) Some are, some aren't160.8
Missing69 
TOTAL1906100.0
25) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT NEGRO -- I'd like to ask you to compare your feelings about Negroes now with your feelings a year or so ago. Would you say that you are much less sympathetic to Negroes now, somewhat less sympathetic, somewhat more sympathetic, or much more sympathetic? (NEGFEEL)
TOTAL%
1) Much less sympathetic21612.7
2) Somewhat less sympathetic40723.8
3) Somewhat more sympathetic18711.0
4) Much more sympathetic744.3
5) Feel about the same82348.2
Missing268 
TOTAL1707100.0
26) Which religious group do you think is most in favor of racial integration: Protestants, Catholics or Jews? (RELGINT)
TOTAL%
1) Protestants29518.5
2) Catholics45928.8
3) Jews20512.9
4) No difference63339.8
Missing383 
TOTAL1592100.0
27) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- The federal government should pass a law to provide medical care for old people. (MEDCLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Agree148277.1
2) Disagree43922.9
Missing54 
TOTAL1921100.0
28) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- The federal government is gradually taking away our basic freedoms. (FREEDGON)
TOTAL%
1) Agree82544.8
2) Disagree101655.2
Missing134 
TOTAL1841100.0
29) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Most people on welfare could take care of themselves if they really wanted to. (WELFCARE)
TOTAL%
1) Agree100755.0
2) Disagree77442.3
3) Some can, some can't492.7
Missing145 
TOTAL1830100.0
30) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Poor people have no one to blame but themselves. (POORBLAM)
TOTAL%
1) Agree46624.9
2) Disagree136873.2
3) Some do, some don't361.9
Missing105 
TOTAL1870100.0
31) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- The Supreme Court is doing a good job these days. (SUPCTOK)
TOTAL%
1) Agree113269.7
2) Disagree49230.3
Missing351 
TOTAL1624100.0
32) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Many church leaders in this country are playing into the hands of the Communists. (CHLEADCO)
TOTAL%
1) Agree39224.7
2) Disagree119575.3
Missing388 
TOTAL1587100.0
33) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- In the past 25 years, this country has moved dangerously close to socialism. (SOCMOV)
TOTAL%
1) Agree83850.9
2) Disagree80749.1
Missing330 
TOTAL1645100.0
34) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- These days you hear too much about the rights of minorities and too little about the rights of the majority. (MINRGHT)
TOTAL%
1) Agree114565.6
2) Disagree60034.4
Missing230 
TOTAL1745100.0
35) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Catholics are getting too much power in the United States. (CATHPWR)
TOTAL%
1) Agree38421.6
2) Disagree139378.4
Missing198 
TOTAL1777100.0
36) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- America owes a great deal to the immigrants who came here. (IMMTHNK)
TOTAL%
1) Agree139174.7
2) Disagree47225.3
Missing112 
TOTAL1863100.0
37) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Persons who insist on wearing beards should not be allowed to teach in public schools. (BEARDT)
TOTAL%
1) Agree49225.8
2) Disagree141474.2
Missing69 
TOTAL1906100.0
38) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Foreigners who come to live in America should give up their foreign ways and learn to be like other Americans. (ASSIMF)
TOTAL%
1) Agree131768.6
2) Disagree60231.4
Missing56 
TOTAL1919100.0
39) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Nothing in other countries can beat the American way of life. (AMGREAT)
TOTAL%
1) Agree136773.4
2) Disagree49626.6
Missing112 
TOTAL1863100.0
40) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- An owner of property should not have to sell to Negroes if he doesn't want to. (PRVPROP)
TOTAL%
1) Agree166386.2
2) Disagree26613.8
Missing46 
TOTAL1929100.0
41) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- A restaurant owner should not have to serve Negroes if he doesn't want to. (RESTPRIV)
TOTAL%
1) Agree100152.3
2) Disagree91447.7
Missing60 
TOTAL1915100.0
42) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Generally speaking, Negroes are lazy and don't like to work hard. (NEGLAZY)
TOTAL%
1) Agree70238.6
2) Disagree111961.4
Missing154 
TOTAL1821100.0
43) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Before Negroes are given equal rights, they have to show that they deserve them. (NEGEARN)
TOTAL%
1) Agree113159.2
2) Disagree78140.8
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
44) Now I am going to read a list of statements to you and I would like to know whether you agree or disagree with each one. -- Negroes who want to work hard can get ahead just as easily as anyone else. (NEQUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Agree126665.3
2) Disagree67234.7
Missing37 
TOTAL1938100.0
45) In general, do you think that Negroes are as intelligent as white people, that is, can they learn things just as well if they are given the same education and training? (NEGINTEL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes160383.4
2) No32016.6
Missing52 
TOTAL1923100.0
46) Do you think white children and Negro children should go to the same schools or to separate but equal schools? (SEGSCHL)
TOTAL%
1) Same schools125465.1
2) Separate but equal schools67134.9
Missing50 
TOTAL1925100.0
47) Do you think there should be laws against marriages between Negroes and Whites? (INTERLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes104654.7
2) No86545.3
Missing64 
TOTAL1911100.0
48) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Roger Maris. (MARIS)
TOTAL%
1) Writer291.8
2) Sports153795.5
3) Politics90.6
4) Entertainment352.2
Missing365 
TOTAL1610100.0
49) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Robert Frost. (FROST)
TOTAL%
1) Writer135493.8
2) Sports211.5
3) Politics312.1
4) Entertainment372.6
Missing532 
TOTAL1443100.0
50) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- William Holden. (HOLDEN)
TOTAL%
1) Writer603.9
2) Sports463.0
3) Politics251.6
4) Entertainment142391.6
Missing421 
TOTAL1554100.0
51) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Vince Edwards. (EDWARDS)
TOTAL%
1) Writer624.6
2) Sports634.6
3) Politics896.6
4) Entertainment114284.2
Missing619 
TOTAL1356100.0
52) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- William Miller. (MILLER)
TOTAL%
1) Writer1197.9
2) Sports231.5
3) Politics133688.5
4) Entertainment312.1
Missing466 
TOTAL1509100.0
53) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Herman Melville. (MELVILLE)
TOTAL%
1) Writer46574.3
2) Sports6710.7
3) Politics447.0
4) Entertainment508.0
Missing1349 
TOTAL626100.0
54) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Frank Fontaine. (FONTAINE)
TOTAL%
1) Writer342.2
2) Sports241.5
3) Politics110.7
4) Entertainment149595.6
Missing411 
TOTAL1564100.0
55) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Hubert Humphrey. (HUMPHREY)
TOTAL%
1) Writer90.5
2) Sports191.0
3) Politics180196.4
4) Entertainment402.1
Missing106 
TOTAL1869100.0
56) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Y.A. Tittle. (TITTLE)
TOTAL%
1) Writer847.7
2) Sports92484.2
3) Politics736.7
4) Entertainment161.5
Missing878 
TOTAL1097100.0
57) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- William Faulkner. (FAULKNER)
TOTAL%
1) Writer98183.9
2) Sports383.3
3) Politics897.6
4) Entertainment615.2
Missing806 
TOTAL1169100.0
58) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Dean Rusk. (RUSK)
TOTAL%
1) Writer150.9
2) Sports543.1
3) Politics162994.8
4) Entertainment201.2
Missing257 
TOTAL1718100.0
59) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Mark Twain. (TWAIN)
TOTAL%
1) Writer169696.5
2) Sports70.4
3) Politics50.3
4) Entertainment502.8
Missing217 
TOTAL1758100.0
60) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Clarence Williams. (WILLIAMS)
TOTAL%
1) Writer13033.9
2) Sports12833.4
3) Politics5815.1
4) Entertainment6717.5
Missing1592 
TOTAL383100.0
61) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Douglas Dillon. (DILLON)
TOTAL%
1) Writer322.9
2) Sports413.7
3) Politics92383.7
4) Entertainment1079.7
Missing872 
TOTAL1103100.0
62) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Arnold Palmer. (PALMER)
TOTAL%
1) Writer825.5
2) Sports132789.4
3) Politics342.3
4) Entertainment422.8
Missing490 
TOTAL1485100.0
63) Please look at this card and tell me whether each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician, or an entertainer -- Paul Newman. (NEWMAN)
TOTAL%
1) Writer1077.4
2) Sports674.6
3) Politics503.5
4) Entertainment122184.5
Missing530 
TOTAL1445100.0
64) I've already asked you about several groups in the United States. Now I would like to ask you some questions about Jews. Protestants and Catholics go to church on Sundays. Do you happen to know on what day of the week Jews have their weekly religious service? (JEWSABB)
TOTAL%
1) Monday201.4
2) Tuesday60.4
3) Wednesday151.1
4) Thursday50.4
5) Friday14710.4
6) Saturday106675.8
7) Sunday886.3
8) Friday and Saturday and (if Jews are included as a respondent) Saturday and Sunday604.3
Missing568 
TOTAL1407100.0
65) The Ten Commandments are part of the Christian religion. As far as you know, are the Ten Commandments also part of the Jewish religion? (TCJRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes111385.1
2) No19514.9
Missing667 
TOTAL1308100.0
66) Do you think of Jews as being more ambitious than other people, less ambitious, or about the same? (JEWAMBIT)
TOTAL%
1) More ambitious111558.3
2) Less ambitious452.4
3) About the same75339.4
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
67) Do you think that on the average Jews have more money than most people, less money, or about the same? (JEWMONEY)
TOTAL%
1) More money116460.7
2) Less money180.9
3) About the same73638.4
Missing57 
TOTAL1918100.0
68) IF THE RESPONDENT THINKS JEWS HAVE MORE MONEY [CODED "1" ON VAR67 (JEWMONEY)] -- Some people have told us that it bothers them that Jews have more money than most people. Does it bother you at all? (JMNYBOTH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes403.5
2) No111896.5
Missing817 
TOTAL1158100.0
69) Do you think Jewish children do better in school, worse, or about the same as other children? (JEWSCHL)
TOTAL%
1) Do better39123.4
2) Do worse90.5
3) Do about the same127176.1
Missing304 
TOTAL1671100.0
70) Do you think Jews today are trying to push in where they are not wanted? (JEWSPUSH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34820.6
2) No134579.4
Missing282 
TOTAL1693100.0
71) Do you think the Jews have too much power in the United States? (JEWPOWER)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20511.8
2) No152988.2
Missing241 
TOTAL1734100.0
72) How about the business world. Do you think the Jews have too much power in the business world? (JEWBUSP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52332.3
2) No109867.7
Missing354 
TOTAL1621100.0
73) ASKED IF THE RESPONDENT SAID "YES" ON EITHER VAR71 (JEWPOWER) OR VAR72 (JEWBUSP) -- Do you think something should be done to take some power away from the Jews? (JPWRCHNG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14930.5
2) No34069.5
Missing1486 
TOTAL489100.0
74) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are more willing than others to use shady practices to get what they want. (JEWSHADY)
TOTAL%
1) True81846.6
2) False93853.4
Missing219 
TOTAL1756100.0
75) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are more loyal to Israel than to America. (ISLOYAL)
TOTAL%
1) True58337.8
2) False95862.2
Missing434 
TOTAL1541100.0
76) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are just as honest as other businessmen. (JEWHNST)
TOTAL%
1) True127570.5
2) False53429.5
Missing166 
TOTAL1809100.0
77) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews have a lot of irritating faults. (JEWFAULT)
TOTAL%
1) True78047.4
2) False86752.6
Missing328 
TOTAL1647100.0
78) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- International banking is pretty much controlled by Jews. (JEWBANKC)
TOTAL%
1) True57753.6
2) False50046.4
Missing898 
TOTAL1077100.0
79) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are becoming more and more like other Americans. (JEWASSIM)
TOTAL%
1) True145884.7
2) False26415.3
Missing253 
TOTAL1722100.0
80) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews don't care what happens to anyone but their own kind. (JEWSP)
TOTAL%
1) True50628.9
2) False124771.1
Missing222 
TOTAL1753100.0
81) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews always like to be at the head of things. (JEWRUN)
TOTAL%
1) True105362.2
2) False64037.8
Missing282 
TOTAL1693100.0
82) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews stick together too much. (JEWSTICK)
TOTAL%
1) True100856.9
2) False76343.1
Missing204 
TOTAL1771100.0
83) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are always stirring up trouble with their ideas. (JEWTRBLE)
TOTAL%
1) True20312.6
2) False140287.4
Missing370 
TOTAL1605100.0
84) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews are warm and friendly people. (JEWWARM)
TOTAL%
1) True150086.9
2) False22713.1
Missing248 
TOTAL1727100.0
85) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews should stop complaining about what happened to them in Nazi Germany. (JEWSCOMP)
TOTAL%
1) True83850.8
2) False81249.2
Missing325 
TOTAL1650100.0
86) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- You can usually tell whether or not a person is Jewish just by the way he looks. (JEWLOOK)
TOTAL%
1) True84844.5
2) False105955.5
Missing68 
TOTAL1907100.0
87) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- The movie and television industries are pretty much run by Jews. (JEWHLYWD)
TOTAL%
1) True92568.0
2) False43632.0
Missing614 
TOTAL1361100.0
88) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews have stirred up a lot of the trouble between Whites and Negroes. (JEWRACE)
TOTAL%
1) True24516.8
2) False121183.2
Missing519 
TOTAL1456100.0
89) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- The trouble with Jewish businessmen is that they are so shrewd and tricky that other people don't have a fair chance in competition. (JEWTRICK)
TOTAL%
1) True68038.8
2) False107361.2
Missing222 
TOTAL1753100.0
90) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jews still think of themselves as God's chosen people. (JEWCHOSN)
TOTAL%
1) True114676.4
2) False35423.6
Missing475 
TOTAL1500100.0
91) Now I am going to read a number of statements about Jews, in each case please tell me whether you think the statement is probably true or probably false. -- Jewish employers go out of their way to hire other Jews. (JEWNEPO)
TOTAL%
1) True95559.3
2) False65540.7
Missing365 
TOTAL1610100.0
92) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- The more contact a person has with Jewish people, the more he gets to like them. (JEWCNTCT)
TOTAL%
1) True123183.0
2) False25217.0
Missing492 
TOTAL1483100.0
93) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Suppose you had a child who wanted to marry a Jew who had a good education and came from a good family. How would you feel about this: Would you object strongly, somewhat, a little, or not at all? (JEWMARRY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly40822.1
2) Somewhat39421.3
3) A little30116.3
4) Not at all74640.3
Missing126 
TOTAL1849100.0
94) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- How do you feel about having Jews in your neighborhood? Would you like to have some Jewish neighbors, wouldn't make any difference to you, or would you prefer not to have any Jewish neighbors? (JEWNBR)
TOTAL%
1) Like to have some Jewish neighbors1186.2
2) Wouldn't make any difference163786.5
3) Prefer not to have any Jewish neighbors1387.3
Missing82 
TOTAL1893100.0
95) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- If a candidate for Congress should declare himself as being against the Jews, would this influence you to vote for him or to vote against him? (JEWPOLC)
TOTAL%
1) Vote for him965.2
2) Vote against him109659.9
3) Make no difference63834.9
Missing145 
TOTAL1830100.0
96) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Suppose your political party wanted to nominate a Jew for president of the United States, that is, a religious Jew who would go to synagogue every week the way a Christian goes to church every Sunday. Would this disturb you very much, somewhat, very little, or not at all? (JEWPOLP)
TOTAL%
1) Very much22311.9
2) Somewhat31917.0
3) Very little30916.5
4) Not at all102054.5
Missing104 
TOTAL1871100.0
97) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- If the United States government wanted to pass a law to stop more Jews from immigrating to this country, would you be in favor of this or against it? (JEWIMMP)
TOTAL%
1) Favor39321.8
2) Against105258.3
3) Wouldn't make any difference36019.9
Missing170 
TOTAL1805100.0
98) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Which of the things on this card do you think big companies should do when they are hiring people? (BCHIRE)
TOTAL%
1) Hire the best people, whether they are Jewish or not172591.3
2) Hire Jews in proportion to the number that there are in the community522.8
3) Hire Jews only when they are so good that no one else could do the job as well713.8
4) Hire no Jews at all422.2
Missing85 
TOTAL1890100.0
99) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Mr. Smith is a member of a social club where there are no Jewish members. Although he knows many of the members would prefer not to have Jews in the club, he decides to try to get his Jewish friend, Mr. Cohen, into the club. First of all, do you think that the other members have a right to be angry at Mr. Smith for trying to get Mr. Cohen in the club? (CLUB1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62935.2
2) No115964.8
Missing187 
TOTAL1788100.0
100) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Do you think that the other members have a right to keep Mr. Cohen out just because he is Jewish? (CLUB2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes53729.4
2) No129270.6
Missing146 
TOTAL1829100.0
101) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Now suppose the members did vote to keep Mr.Cohen out of the club. What do you think Mr. Smith should do, quit the club, stay in the club and keep trying to get Mr. Cohen in, or stay in the club and forget the whole thing? (CLUB3)
TOTAL%
1) Quit the club18510.4
2) Stay in and keep trying61934.9
3) Stay in and forget the whole thing97254.7
Missing199 
TOTAL1776100.0
102) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Do you think that Mr. Cohen should feel angry or do you think that he should realize the Christians have a right to their own clubs? (CLUB4)
TOTAL%
1) Should feel angry32218.6
2) Should realize that Christians have a right to their own clubs141181.4
Missing242 
TOTAL1733100.0
103) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Some people say that Jews have suffered a great deal in the past. Which of these statements comes closest to your own feelings about this? (JEWSUFFR)
TOTAL%
1) The Jews have suffered no more than anybody else63435.6
2) The Jews have suffered but they generally brought it on themselves33418.7
3) The Jews have suffered through no fault of their own81445.7
Missing193 
TOTAL1782100.0
104) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Which of these statements about Hitler comes closest to what you believe? (HITLER)
TOTAL%
1) Sometimes I think that Hitler was right in getting rid of th261.4
2) Hitler was partly right in trying to get rid of the Jews, but he went too far1186.4
3) Hitler was wrong in treating the Jews as he did169292.2
Missing139 
TOTAL1836100.0
105) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Have you heard or read about the relations between the Jews in Israel and the Arab refugees there? (JEWARABR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes68635.9
2) No122764.1
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
106) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- As far as you know, have the Arab refugees been treated very well, pretty well, pretty badly, or very badly by the Jews in Israel? (ARABREF)
TOTAL%
1) Very well316.6
2) Pretty well14230.3
3) Pretty badly23650.4
4) Very badly5912.6
Missing1507 
TOTAL468100.0
107) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Suppose there were a war between the Arab nations and Israel, which side do you think you would probably sympathize with? (ISRLSYMP)
TOTAL%
1) Arab nations14212.5
2) Israel47041.3
3) Neither52646.2
Missing837 
TOTAL1138100.0
108) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- In your neighborhood. (JEWCNTC1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38120.4
2) No148979.6
Missing105 
TOTAL1870100.0
109) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- At work or in business. (JEWCNTC2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83144.7
2) No102955.3
Missing115 
TOTAL1860100.0
110) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- At stores where you shop. (JEWCNTC3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes132472.4
2) No50427.6
Missing147 
TOTAL1828100.0
111) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- In clubs or organizations you belong to. (JEWCNTC4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35118.8
2) No151581.2
Missing109 
TOTAL1866100.0
112) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- Is your doctor or dentist Jewish? (JEWCNTC5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38521.4
2) No141778.6
Missing173 
TOTAL1802100.0
113) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- Have you ever had a close friend who was Jewish? (JEWCNTC6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes86945.9
2) No102654.1
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
114) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- Thinking of the eight or 10 people you know best at the present time, are any of them married to Jews? (JEWCNTC7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes47725.3
2) No141174.7
Missing87 
TOTAL1888100.0
115) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- At the present time, do you come into contact with Jews in any of the following ways? -- Is someone in your family married to a Jew? (JEWCNTC8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1477.8
2) No174892.2
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
116) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Are there any ways that I have not mentioned that you've come in contact with Jews? [FOR THOSE RESPONDING "YES" SEE VAR286 (JEWINTI) THROUGH VAR296 (JEWOTHC) FOR FURTHER TYPES OF CONTACT WITH JEWS] (JEWCNTC9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes46825.3
2) No138474.7
Missing123 
TOTAL1852100.0
117) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Thinking of Jews as a group, would you say you feel more friendly towards them now than you use to, less friendly, or have you always felt as you do now? (JEWSFRND)
TOTAL%
1) More friendly20510.9
2) Less friendly341.8
3) Same164587.3
Missing91 
TOTAL1884100.0
118) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Do you think that Jews have changed in some ways during recent years? (JEWSCNG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes68246.0
2) No80154.0
Missing492 
TOTAL1483100.0
119) I'd like to change the subject and ask you how often you read a newspaper; every day, several days a week, about once a week, or less often than that? (NEWSREAD)
TOTAL%
1) Every day141471.6
2) Several days a week24412.4
3) About once a week1738.8
4) Less often than that1437.2
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
120) Are there any magazines that you read fairly regularly? (MAGREAD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes137469.6
2) No60030.4
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
121) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Life? (LIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52137.9
2) No85362.1
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
122) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Look Magazine? (LOOK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38427.9
2) No99072.1
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
123) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Newsweek? (NEWSWEEK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21815.9
2) No115684.1
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
124) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- New Yorker? (NEWYRKR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes433.1
2) No133196.9
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
125) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Reader's Digest? (RDRDIGES)
TOTAL%
1) Yes65547.7
2) No71952.3
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
126) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Saturday Evening Post? (SATEVP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38928.3
2) No98571.7
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
127) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- Time? (TIME)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28020.4
2) No109479.6
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
128) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Which magazines do you read fairly regularly -- U.S. News and World Report? (USNEWS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1208.7
2) No125491.3
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
129) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR120 (MAGREAD) -- Summary of number of other magazines read fairly regularly. (MAGSUMM)
TOTAL%
1) One other35125.5
2) Two others31923.2
3) Three or more others40629.5
8) No others29821.7
Missing601 
TOTAL1374100.0
130) On the average, how many hours a day do you watch television? (TVHRS)
TOTAL%
1) 1 hour-less than 2 hours41421.3
2) 2 hours-less than 3 hours54227.9
3) 3 hours-less than 4 hours31616.3
4) 4 hours-less than 5 hours1879.6
5) 5 hours-less than 6 hours814.2
6) 6 hours-less than 7 hours532.7
7) 7 hours or more452.3
8) Less than 1 hour1678.6
9) No hours, or doesn't own a television1357.0
Missing35 
TOTAL1940100.0
131) How often do you spend a social evening with -- relatives? (RELSOC)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day1075.4
2) Once or twice a week60530.7
3) Several times a month33416.9
4) About once a month32616.5
5) Several times a year30215.3
6) About once a year1487.5
7) Never1517.7
Missing2 
TOTAL1973100.0
132) How often do you spend a social evening with -- someone who lives in your neighborhood? (SOCNBR)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day723.7
2) Once or twice a week48624.7
3) Several times a month24312.3
4) About once a month31616.0
5) Several times a year26513.5
6) About once a year1095.5
7) Never47824.3
Missing6 
TOTAL1969100.0
133) How often do you spend a social evening with -- friends who live outside your neighborhood? (SOCFRND)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day271.4
2) Once or twice a week33717.1
3) Several times a month33617.1
4) About once a month48124.5
5) Several times a year41921.3
6) About once a year1427.2
7) Never22411.4
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
134) How often do you go to the bar or tavern? (GOBAR)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day422.2
2) Once or twice a week1698.7
3) Several times a month854.4
4) About once a month1356.9
5) Several times a year1929.8
6) About once a year1889.6
7) Never113958.4
Missing25 
TOTAL1950100.0
135) How often do you listen to news on the radio or television? (RTVNEWS)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day181792.0
2) Once or twice a week1165.9
3) Several times a month130.7
4) About once a month70.4
5) Several times a year20.1
7) Never191.0
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
136) Do you belong to any organizations or clubs, such as a union, lodge, church group, political organization, or social club? (ORGMBR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes122262.1
2) No74637.9
Missing7 
TOTAL1968100.0
137) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to fraternal groups, such as Elks, Eagles, Masons, Knights of Columbus, Eastern Star, Their Women's Auxiliaries, or groups like these, etc.? (FRATGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership170986.7
1) One membership22211.3
2) Two memberships351.8
3) Three memberships50.3
4) Four memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
138) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to service clubs such as Lions, Rotary, Zonta, Jr. Chamber of Commerce, etc.? (SRVCLUB)
TOTAL%
0) No membership193798.2
1) One membership351.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
139) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to veterans groups, such as the American Legion, V.F.W., AMVETS, etc.? (VETGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership185193.9
1) One membership1065.4
2) Two memberships150.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
140) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to political groups, such as Democratic or Republican clubs and political action groups such as voters leagues, NAACP, etc.? (POLGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership190796.7
1) One membership572.9
2) Two memberships80.4
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
141) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to labor unions, such as International Typographical Union, Teamsters, etc.? (UNION)
TOTAL%
0) No membership169485.9
1) One membership27213.8
2) Two memberships50.3
3) Three memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
142) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to sports groups, such as bowling teams, or sports sponsoring groups such as downtown, quarterbacks, wildlife club? (SPORTGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership187294.9
1) One membership834.2
2) Two memberships150.8
3) Three memberships20.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
143) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to youth groups, such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H, etc.? (BSGS4H)
TOTAL%
0) No membership193097.9
1) One membership392.0
2) Two memberships30.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
144) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to school service groups, such as PTA, or Alumni Associations, etc.? (SCHLGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership182592.6
1) One membership1326.7
2) Two memberships140.7
Missing4 
TOTAL1971100.0
145) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to hobby or garden clubs, such as stamp or coin clubs, flower clubs, pet clubs, etc.? (HOBBYGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership195098.9
1) One membership211.1
2) Two memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
146) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to school fraternities or sororities, such as Sigma Chi, Delta Gamma, etc.? (FRATSOR)
TOTAL%
0) No membership153677.9
1) One membership36918.7
2) Two memberships552.8
3) Three memberships120.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
147) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to nationality groups, such as Sons of Norway, Hibernian Society, etc,? (NATGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership194098.4
1) One membership321.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
148) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to farm organizations, such as farmer union, farm bureau, grange, etc.? (FARMORG)
TOTAL%
0) No membership193998.3
1) One membership261.3
2) Two memberships70.4
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
149) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to literary, art, discussion, or study clubs, such as book review clubs, theater groups, painting groups, etc.? (LITGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership194398.5
1) One membership241.2
2) Two memberships40.2
4) Four memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
150) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to professional or academic societies, such as the American Dental Association, Phi Beta Kappa, etc.? (PROFORG)
TOTAL%
0) No membership190296.5
1) One membership502.5
2) Two memberships150.8
3) Three memberships30.2
4) Four memberships20.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
151) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to business groups, such as credit unions, plumbers guilds, etc.? (BUSGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership191697.2
1) One membership502.5
2) Two memberships50.3
3) Three memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
152) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to other social groups (not classifiable in the above and involving active participation), such as bridge club, etc.? (SOCGRP)
TOTAL%
0) No membership176889.7
1) One membership1698.6
2) Two memberships281.4
3) Three memberships60.3
4) Four memberships10.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
153) IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR136 (ORGMBR) -- Could you tell me what these are; that is, which of the following groups do you belong to -- Do you belong to other organizations not listed above? (OTHORG)
TOTAL%
0) No membership195999.3
1) One membership130.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
154) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- No weakness or difficulty can hold us back if we have enough willpower. (WILLPWR)
TOTAL%
1) Agree153079.2
2) Disagree40320.8
Missing42 
TOTAL1933100.0
155) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Sex crimes, such as rape and attacks on children, deserve more than mere imprisonment; such criminals ought to be publicly whipped, or worse. (SEXCRPUN)
TOTAL%
1) Agree111258.8
2) Disagree78041.2
Missing83 
TOTAL1892100.0
156) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Much of our lives are controlled by plots hatched in secret places. (PLOTS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree48528.5
2) Disagree121671.5
Missing274 
TOTAL1701100.0
157) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Reading the stars can tell us a great deal about the future. (ASTRLGY)
TOTAL%
1) Agree31818.8
2) Disagree137881.3
Missing279 
TOTAL1696100.0
158) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- People can be divided into two distinct classes, the weak and the strong. (TWOCLASS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree97050.6
2) Disagree94749.4
Missing58 
TOTAL1917100.0
159) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- The answers to our country's problems are much simpler than the experts would have us believe. (SIMPANS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree54631.0
2) Disagree121769.0
Missing212 
TOTAL1763100.0
160) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Teachers should be allowed to paddle children who do not behave in school. (CORPPUN)
TOTAL%
1) Agree139271.9
2) Disagree54428.1
Missing39 
TOTAL1936100.0
161) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- A little practical experience is worth all the books put together. (HORSSNSE)
TOTAL%
1) Agree114359.9
2) Disagree76640.1
Missing66 
TOTAL1909100.0
162) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Getting to the top is more a matter of luck than ability. (LUCK)
TOTAL%
1) Agree33617.8
2) Disagree155482.2
Missing85 
TOTAL1890100.0
163) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Most people in government are not really interested in the problems of the average man. (GOVOTCH)
TOTAL%
1) Agree83345.6
2) Disagree99254.4
Missing150 
TOTAL1825100.0
164) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- You sometimes can't help wondering whether anything is worthwhile anymore. (DISSILUS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree77940.3
2) Disagree115459.7
Missing42 
TOTAL1933100.0
165) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Most people will go out of their way to help someone else. (ALTRUISM)
TOTAL%
1) Agree137770.9
2) Disagree56429.1
Missing34 
TOTAL1941100.0
166) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- Nowadays, a person has to live pretty much for today and let tomorrow take care of itself. (LIVTDY)
TOTAL%
1) Agree89146.0
2) Disagree104854.0
Missing36 
TOTAL1939100.0
167) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- If you try hard enough, you can usually get what you want. (EFFORT)
TOTAL%
1) Agree160483.3
2) Disagree32216.7
Missing49 
TOTAL1926100.0
168) I am going to read some things that some people believe and some people don't. For each statement, please tell me whether you agree or disagree -- It is safest to assume that all people have a vicious streak and it will come out when they are given a chance. (PEPLBAD)
TOTAL%
1) Agree76441.0
2) Disagree109959.0
Missing112 
TOTAL1863100.0
169) What is your religion? (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant134167.9
2) Catholic51125.9
3) Jewish613.1
4) Other (Specify)130.7
5) None492.5
TOTAL1975100.0
170) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS PROTESTANT [CODED "1" ON VAR169 (RELIGION)] -- What denomination are you? (PROTDEN)
TOTAL%
10) American Baptist927.0
11) Southern Baptist, Primitive Baptist18714.3
12) Other Baptist927.0
13) Disciples of Christ100.8
14) Episcopalian (Anglican, Church of England, Church of Ireland)574.4
15) American Lutheran Church695.3
16) Lutheran Church in America564.3
17) Missouri Lutheran Church463.5
18) Other Lutheran Church221.7
19) Methodist (Does not include Free Methodists)21816.7
20) United Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian Church unspecified)765.8
21) Presbyterian Church--Northern USA, Presbyterian Church--Southern USA403.1
22) Dutch Reformed, Evangelical Reformed, German Reformed, First Reformed, Christian Reformed, Reformed Unspecified60.5
23) United Brethren (Evangelical Unspecified, German Evangelical, Church of Brethren, Plymouth Brethren)282.1
24) Congregationalist443.4
25) Evangelical Reform282.1
26) Christian Church423.2
30) Quakers (Friends)30.2
31) Unitarian90.7
41) Assemblies of God141.1
42) Church of Christ312.4
43) Church of God (Reformation Church of God)70.5
44) Foursquare Gospel30.2
45) Free Methodist30.2
46) Mennonite (Amish, Hutterite)80.6
47) Nazarene20.2
48) Pentecostal120.9
49) Salvation Army30.2
50) Seventh-day Adventist40.3
51) Fundamental Protestant unspecified (Evangelical Free Church, Holiness Bible Student, Campbellite, Christian Missionary Alliance, Mission Covenant, Community Church)181.4
52) Other Sect171.3
54) African Methodist Episcopal (Negro)30.2
60) Jehovah's Witnesses70.5
61) Mormon221.7
62) Christian Science80.6
64) Various divine sciences (other than Christian Science)10.1
68) Spiritualist10.1
69) Other cult10.1
81) Buddhist10.1
83) Eastern Orthodox (Greek, Russian, Armenian, Ukranian)141.1
89) Other non-Protestant20.2
Missing668 
TOTAL1307100.0
171) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS CATHOLIC [CODED "2" ON VAR169 (RELIGION)] -- Have you ever attended a parochial school? (CATHOLIC)
TOTAL%
1) No parochial school20640.6
2) Less than 1 year305.9
3) From 1-3 years295.7
4) From 3-5 years438.5
5) From 5-9 years11622.8
6) From 9-12 years6312.4
7) More than 12 years203.9
8) Mentions Catholic college only10.2
Missing1467 
TOTAL508100.0
172) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS JEWISH [CODED "3" ON VAR169 (RELIGION)] -- Are you a member of a synagogue? (JEWISH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2745.8
2) No3254.2
Missing1916 
TOTAL59100.0
173) Please look at this card and tell me which statement comes closest to expressing what you believe about God. (BELGOD)
TOTAL%
1) I don't believe in God140.7
2) I don't know whether there is a God and I don't believe there is any way to find out351.8
3) I don't believe in a personal God, but I do believe in a higher power of some kind914.6
4) I find myself believing in God some of the time, but not at other times351.8
5) While I have doubts, I feel that I do believe in God26413.4
6) I know God exists and I have no doubts about it152577.6
Missing11 
TOTAL1964100.0
174) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Do you think that a person who doesn't accept Jesus can be saved? (ACCJESUS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes69840.2
2) No100958.1
3) Other291.7
Missing239 
TOTAL1736100.0
175) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- What about the belief that the devil actually exists? Are you absolutely sure or are you pretty sure that the devil exists, or are you absolutely sure or pretty sure that the devil does not exist? (BELDEVIL)
TOTAL%
1) Absolutely sure there is a devil71437.4
2) Pretty sure there is a devil52427.4
3) Absolutely sure there is no devil1377.2
4) Pretty sure there is no devil35418.5
5) There is no devil, but there is evil241.3
6) Don't know1578.2
Missing65 
TOTAL1910100.0
176) How sure are you that there is a life beyond death? Are you absolutely sure or pretty sure there is a life beyond death, or are you absolutely or pretty sure there is no life beyond death? (LIFEAFTR)
TOTAL%
1) Absolutely sure there is a life beyond death92651.6
2) Pretty sure there is a life beyond death62434.8
3) Absolutely sure there is no life beyond death714.0
4) Pretty sure there is no life beyond death1749.7
Missing180 
TOTAL1795100.0
177) All in all, how important would you say that religion is to you: Extremely important, quite important, fairly important, not too important, or not important at all? (RELIGIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important97849.7
2) Quite important53627.2
3) Fairly important31415.9
4) Not too important924.7
5) Not important at all492.5
Missing6 
TOTAL1969100.0
178) About how often do you attend worship services? (CHATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week1969.9
2) Every week67734.4
3) Nearly every week1527.7
4) 2-3 times a month22311.3
5) About once a month1628.2
6) Several times a year22911.6
7) About once or twice a year1397.1
8) Less than once a year784.0
9) Never1145.8
Missing5 
TOTAL1970100.0
179) The Old Testament tells that God picked a certain group to be His chosen people. Can you tell me what group this was? Was it the Romans, the Greeks, the Jews, the Christians, or who? (GODCHOSE)
TOTAL%
1) The Romans603.7
2) The Greeks70.4
3) The Jews128478.2
4) The Christians24815.1
5) Some other group (includes everyone and no one)352.1
6) The Jews and some other group70.4
Missing334 
TOTAL1641100.0
180) Who do you think are God's chosen people today? (WHOCHSN)
TOTAL%
1) No one82347.9
2) Christians42024.5
3) Protestants130.8
4) Catholics452.6
5) Jews1488.6
6) Other (Specify)764.4
7) All who believe in God, follow Bible, ministers, etc.19211.2
Missing258 
TOTAL1717100.0
181) Who do you think was most responsible for crucifying Christ? Was it the Romans, the Greeks, the Jews, the Christians, or some other group? (RESPCRUC)
TOTAL%
1) The Romans53832.6
2) The Greeks100.6
3) The Jews84651.2
4) The Christians653.9
5) Some other group, (All of us and everyone)1438.7
6) The Jews and some other group493.0
Missing324 
TOTAL1651100.0
182) Some people believe that the reason Jews have so much trouble is because God is punishing them for rejecting Jesus. Do you agree with this? (GJEWPNSH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39722.7
2) No134977.3
Missing229 
TOTAL1746100.0
183) Suppose a man admitted in public that he did not believe in God -- Do you think he should be allowed to teach in a public high school? (ATHTEACH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes75739.4
2) No116660.6
Missing52 
TOTAL1923100.0
184) Suppose a man admitted in public that he did not believe in God -- Should he be allowed to hold public office? (ATHPUBO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83544.2
2) No105355.8
Missing87 
TOTAL1888100.0
185) Suppose a man admitted in public that he did not believe in God -- Do you think that a book he wrote should be removed from a public library? (ATHAUTH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes64935.1
2) No119964.9
Missing127 
TOTAL1848100.0
186) Do you feel that a public school teacher should teach Christmas carols to her class, even if some of the children are Jewish? (CHCAROL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (Unqualified)162084.9
2) Yes (Qualified)1819.5
3) No1085.7
Missing66 
TOTAL1909100.0
187) Suppose the parents of some Jewish children go to the principal and ask that the Christmas carols not be sung in the classroom. How much would you sympathize with the Jewish parents: very much, somewhat, a little, or not at all? (CAROLSYM)
TOTAL%
1) Very much1055.5
2) Somewhat28715.1
3) A little40921.5
4) Not at all110558.0
Missing69 
TOTAL1906100.0
188) What do you think should be done [REFERRING TO VAR187 (CAROLSYM)], continue singing the Christmas carols, or stop singing them? (CAROLRES)
TOTAL%
1) Continue singing them (Unqualified)143275.8
2) Continue singing them if Jewish children are excused21311.3
3) Continue singing them if Jewish songs are also sung713.8
4) Stop singing them1176.2
5) Other (Specify)573.0
Missing85 
TOTAL1890100.0
189) How do you feel about prayers being said in the public schools: are you strongly in favor, somewhat in favor, somewhat opposed, or strongly opposed? (SCHPRAY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly in favor111458.2
2) Somewhat in favor50726.5
3) Somewhat opposed1678.7
4) Strongly opposed1256.5
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
190) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I worry a lot. (WORRY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true96248.9
2) No - not true100451.1
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
191) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- When problems come up, I'm generally able to find out how to solve them. (PROBSOL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true180192.1
2) No - not true1547.9
Missing20 
TOTAL1955100.0
192) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I don't like to hear a lot of arguments I disagree with. (NONCONF)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true124564.4
2) No - not true68735.6
Missing43 
TOTAL1932100.0
193) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I worry quite a bit about what people think of me. (OTHTHNK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true48724.9
2) No - not true147275.1
Missing16 
TOTAL1959100.0
194) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- It bothers me to see immigrants succeeding more than Americans who were born here. (IMMSUCC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true35018.2
2) No - not true157181.8
Missing54 
TOTAL1921100.0
195) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- To be frank, I would not like my child to go to school with a lot of Negroes. (SCHSEGC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true97051.3
2) No - not true92248.7
Missing83 
TOTAL1892100.0
196) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I like to hear all sides of an argument before I make up my mind. (BOTHSDS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true187496.0
2) No - not true784.0
Missing23 
TOTAL1952100.0
197) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I am suspicious of people who try to be different from everybody else. (SUSPDP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true85545.0
2) No - not true104355.0
Missing77 
TOTAL1898100.0
198) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I am the kind of person who likes to get things done rather than to spend a lot of time thinking about it. (TASKDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true165385.3
2) No - not true28514.7
Missing37 
TOTAL1938100.0
199) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I often feel quite lonely. (LONELY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true53127.1
2) No - not true142872.9
Missing16 
TOTAL1959100.0
200) Now I'm going to read you another list of statements. For each statement, please tell me whether it's true for you or not -- I tend to go to pieces in a crisis. (CRISISP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes - true27614.3
2) No - not true165685.7
Missing43 
TOTAL1932100.0
201) Do you think most people can be trusted? (TRUSTPPL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes151478.4
2) No41621.6
Missing45 
TOTAL1930100.0
202) Now I'd like to ask some questions about your own background. What was the last grade you completed in school -- Elementary education? (ELEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No formal schooling81.5
2) Grammar school - 1st grade50.9
3) Grammar school - 2nd grade112.0
4) Grammar school - 3rd grade275.0
5) Grammar school - 4th grade407.4
6) Grammar school - 5th grade366.6
7) Grammar school - 6th grade549.9
8) Grammar school - 7th grade12723.4
9) 8th Grade (Finished grammar school)23543.3
Missing1432 
TOTAL543100.0
203) Now I'd like to ask some questions about your own background. What was the last grade you completed in school -- Higher education? (HEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school - 9th grade1047.3
2) High school - 10th grade1329.2
3) High school - 11th grade1429.9
4) 12th grade (graduated from high school)60642.4
5) 1 Year college825.7
6) 2 Years college1037.2
7) 3 Years college543.8
8) 4 Years college (graduated)1309.1
9) Postgraduate775.4
Missing545 
TOTAL1430100.0
204) Have you ever attended a trade school, a business or commercial school, or some other special school of this kind? (TRADESCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes45530.7
2) No102869.3
Missing492 
TOTAL1483100.0
205) ASKED IF THE RESPONDENT HAD ANY COLLEGE -- How would you rate the college you went to? Would you say that scholastically it was among the very top in the country, somewhat above average, about average, or somewhat below average? (COLLRATE)
TOTAL%
1) Among the very top in the country13530.8
2) Somewhat above average12328.0
3) About average16637.8
4) Somewhat below average153.4
Missing1536 
TOTAL439100.0
206) Compared with other people who have had the same amount of education, would you say that you have been more successful, less successful, or would you say that you have had about the same amount of success? (SUCCESS)
TOTAL%
1) More successful37519.5
2) Less successful1216.3
3) Same amount142674.2
Missing53 
TOTAL1922100.0
207) Are you working at the present time, are you in your own business, are you unemployed, or something else? (WORKING)
TOTAL%
1) Self-employed1728.7
2) Employed full time74137.5
3) Employed part time1035.2
4) Laid off temporarily341.7
5) Out of a job472.4
6) Retired24512.4
7) Housewife60030.4
8) Student170.9
9) Military160.8
TOTAL1975100.0
208) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS SELF-EMPLOYED, EMPLOYED, UNEMPLOYED, OR RETIRED -- What kind of work (do you) (did you normally) do? In which of the following general occupations are/were you employed? (OCCUP)
TOTAL%
0) Farm managers and proprietors1007.5
1) Professionals1138.4
2) Semi-professionals, technical and kindred workers755.6
3) Managers, officials and proprietors (except farm)1269.4
4) Clerical and kindred workers17212.8
5) Sales workers926.9
6) Craftsmen, foremen and kindred workers22316.7
7) Operatives and kindred workers20315.2
8) Laborers (except farm and mine)433.2
9) Service workers (also see code for rank of service18313.7
10) Farm laborers and foremen90.7
Missing636 
TOTAL1339100.0
209) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS (WAS) A SERVICE WORKER [CODED "9" IN VAR208 (OCCUP)] -- What business or industry is (was) that? -- Rank of service occupation is determined from the respondent's answer. Service occupations are classified into three ranks based on (1) the level of skill required, (2) the level of responsibility involved, and (3) the nature of the relationship occurring between the worker and those served. See Additional File Notes in the study summary (RDM file) for a list of occupations in each of these categories. (SERVRANK)
TOTAL%
1) Rank "A" service workers5429.5
2) Rank "B" service workers3820.8
3) Rank "C" service workers9149.7
Missing1792 
TOTAL183100.0
210) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS A SERVICE WORKER -- Is (was) that in industry or government? (PRIGOVS)
TOTAL%
1) Private industry15283.1
3) Government service, local2413.1
4) Government service, state31.6
5) Government service, local or state10.5
6) Government service, federal31.6
Missing1792 
TOTAL183100.0
211) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED -- All in all, how satisfied are you with your present job: very satisfied, fairly satisfied, or not too satisfied? (JOBSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied58356.9
2) Fairly satisfied35134.2
3) Not too satisfied918.9
Missing950 
TOTAL1025100.0
212) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT SELF-EMPLOYED -- Do you supervise anyone as part of your job? (SUPERVIS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30837.2
2) No51962.8
Missing1148 
TOTAL827100.0
213) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT SELF-EMPLOYED -- How important is it to you to get a promotion on your job: very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not important at all? (JPROMOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Very important25531.7
2) Somewhat important19624.4
3) Not very important17221.4
4) Not important at all18122.5
Missing1171 
TOTAL804100.0
214) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT SELF-EMPLOYED -- Would you say your chances of promotion in the next few years are excellent, good, fair, or poor? (PROMCHNC)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent13818.3
2) Good19826.2
3) Fair17723.4
4) Poor24332.1
Missing1219 
TOTAL756100.0
215) Taken altogether, how would you say things are these days: Would you say that you are very happy, pretty happy, or not too happy? (HAPPY)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy73037.1
2) Pretty happy102552.1
3) Not too happy21110.7
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
216) What year were you born? (Values 0 through 47 indicate 1900-1947 and values 73 through 99 indicate 1873-1899) (YEARBORN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL192434.04627
217) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "DON'T KNOW" TO VAR216 (YEARBORN) -- Can you tell me about how old you are? (AGEAB)
TOTAL%
25) 23.9
28) 12.0
29) 12.0
31) 23.9
36) 12.0
38) 12.0
39) 23.9
40) 12.0
41) 12.0
43) 12.0
45) 35.9
47) 12.0
50) 12.0
51) 12.0
53) 12.0
54) 23.9
57) 12.0
60) 12.0
62) 47.8
63) 47.8
64) 12.0
65) 12.0
68) 12.0
69) 23.9
70) 35.9
71) 23.9
72) 12.0
73) 12.0
74) 12.0
76) 12.0
78) 12.0
82) 12.0
85) 12.0
89) 23.9
Missing1924 
TOTAL51100.0
218) Would you say your health is usually excellent, good, fair, or poor? (HEALTH)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent70835.9
2) Good79340.3
3) Fair38019.3
4) Poor894.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1970100.0
219) Were you born in the United States? (BORNUS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes181792.3
2) No1517.7
Missing7 
TOTAL1968100.0
220) In what state did you spend most of your childhood? (STRAISED)
TOTAL%
11) Maine211.2
12) New Hampshire211.2
13) Vermont20.1
14) Massachusetts392.2
15) Connecticut150.8
16) Rhode Island10.1
21) New York1568.6
22) New Jersey532.9
23) Pennsylvania1397.7
31) Ohio764.2
32) Indiana663.7
33) Illinois653.6
34) Michigan703.9
35) Wisconsin693.8
41) Minnesota492.7
42) North Dakota422.3
43) South Dakota90.5
44) Iowa201.1
45) Nebraska251.4
46) Kansas522.9
47) Missouri321.8
51) Delaware10.1
52) Maryland392.2
53) Washington, D.C.70.4
54) West Virginia150.8
55) Virginia211.2
56) North Carolina532.9
57) South Carolina422.3
58) Georgia311.7
59) Florida251.4
61) Kentucky412.3
62) Tennessee331.8
63) Alabama613.4
64) Mississippi241.3
70) No Code10.1
71) Louisiana150.8
72) Arkansas392.2
73) Oklahoma653.6
74) Texas1005.5
81) Montana221.2
82) Idaho80.4
83) Wyoming10.1
84) Colorado30.2
85) Utah120.7
87) New Mexico40.2
88) Arizona140.8
91) Washington191.1
92) Oregon221.2
93) California663.7
95) Alaska20.1
Missing167 
TOTAL1808100.0
221) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- In what country was your father born? (CFBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria150.8
12) Belgium, Luxembourg10.1
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway372.0
14) France10.1
15) Germany512.8
16) Ireland231.3
18) Switzerland30.2
19) United Kingdom201.1
20) Other, Northern Europe50.3
22) Greece70.4
23) Italy, Holy See482.6
26) Spain10.1
33) Czechoslovakia130.7
34) Hungary110.6
35) Poland351.9
36) Romania30.2
37) Ukranian S.S.R.10.1
38) U.S.S.R.191.0
39) Yugoslavia70.4
40) Other, Eastern Europe30.2
45) Lebanon10.1
47) Turkey10.1
48) U.A.R.--Egypt, Syria10.1
54) Unknown Africa10.1
62) Japan20.1
70) U.S.A.144779.8
71) Mexico130.7
75) Canada (including French-Canadian)382.1
76) Caribbean40.2
81) Australia - New Zealand10.1
Missing162 
TOTAL1813100.0
222) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- And in what country was his father born, that is, your paternal grandfather? (PGFCBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria40.3
12) Belgium, Luxembourg20.1
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway392.8
14) France161.2
15) Germany977.1
16) Ireland433.1
17) Netherlands60.4
18) Switzerland10.1
19) United Kingdom473.4
20) Other, Northern Europe20.1
23) Italy, Holy See181.3
25) Portugal10.1
26) Spain10.1
33) Czechoslovakia50.4
35) Poland110.8
36) Romania10.1
38) U.S.S.R.100.7
39) Yugoslavia10.1
40) Other, Eastern Europe10.1
43) Israel10.1
50) Other, Middle East10.1
52) Africa South of Sahara (Negro)10.1
62) Japan10.1
63) India10.1
70) U.S.A.103075.2
71) Mexico50.4
72) South and Central America20.1
75) Canada211.5
Missing606 
TOTAL1369100.0
223) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- And in what country was his mother born, that is, your paternal grandmother? (PGMCBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria10.1
12) Belgium, Luxembourg10.1
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway292.1
14) France60.4
15) Germany876.4
16) Ireland322.4
17) Netherlands60.4
18) Switzerland20.1
19) United Kingdom362.7
20) Other, Northern Europe20.1
23) Italy, Holy See191.4
25) Portugal10.1
26) Spain20.1
33) Czechoslovakia50.4
35) Poland131.0
37) Ukranian S.S.R.10.1
38) U.S.S.R.80.6
39) Yugoslavia10.1
40) Other, Eastern Europe10.1
43) Israel20.1
52) Africa South of Sahara (Negro)10.1
54) Unknown Africa20.1
62) Japan10.1
70) U.S.A.106378.7
71) Mexico50.4
75) Canada (Including French-Canadian)221.6
76) Caribbean20.1
Missing624 
TOTAL1351100.0
224) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- And your mother, in what country was she born? (CMBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria120.7
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway331.8
14) France20.1
15) Germany432.4
16) Ireland221.2
19) United Kingdom241.3
20) Other, Northern Europe40.2
22) Greece50.3
23) Italy, Holy See382.1
26) Spain10.1
33) Czechoslovakia120.7
34) Hungary100.6
35) Poland321.8
36) Romania30.2
37) Ukranian S.S.R.20.1
38) U.S.S.R.160.9
39) Yugoslavia50.3
40) Other, Eastern Europe30.2
45) Lebanon10.1
47) Turkey10.1
48) U.A.R.--Egypt, Syria10.1
62) Japan20.1
70) U.S.A.149982.5
71) Mexico120.7
72) South and Central America20.1
75) Canada (Including French-Canadian)301.7
76) Caribbean10.1
Missing159 
TOTAL1816100.0
225) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- Do you know in what country her father was born, that is, your maternal grandfather? (MGFCBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria50.4
12) Belgium, Luxembourg10.1
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway282.0
14) France100.7
15) Germany775.4
16) Ireland422.9
17) Netherlands20.1
18) Switzerland30.2
19) United Kingdom382.7
20) Other, Northern Europe20.1
23) Italy, Holy See261.8
33) Czechoslovakia110.8
34) Hungary70.5
35) Poland151.1
36) Romania10.1
38) U.S.S.R.130.9
39) Yugoslavia10.1
40) Other, Eastern Europe20.1
45) Lebanon10.1
54) Unknown Africa10.1
62) Japan10.1
70) U.S.A.110877.6
71) Mexico40.3
73) American Indian10.1
75) Canada241.7
76) Caribbean30.2
82) Philippines10.1
Missing547 
TOTAL1428100.0
226) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- And in what country was her mother born, that is, your maternal grandmother? (MGMCBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria80.6
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway231.6
14) France50.4
15) Germany654.6
16) Ireland423.0
17) Netherlands40.3
18) Switzerland30.2
19) United Kingdom292.0
20) Other, Northern Europe20.1
23) Italy241.7
26) Spain20.1
33) Czechoslovakia110.8
34) Hungary60.4
35) Poland151.1
38) U.S.S.R.161.1
39) Yugoslavia10.1
40) Other, Eastern Europe20.1
45) Lebanon10.1
54) Unknown Africa10.1
62) Japan10.1
70) U.S.A.112679.4
71) Mexico40.3
73) American Indian10.1
75) Canada241.7
76) Caribbean10.1
81) Australia10.1
84) Other, Oceania10.1
Missing556 
TOTAL1419100.0
227) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "NO" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- In what country were you born? (WCBORN)
TOTAL%
11) Austria32.0
12) Belgium, Luxembourg21.3
13) Denmark, Sweden, Norway1711.2
14) France21.3
15) Germany1912.5
16) Ireland53.3
17) Netherlands32.0
18) Switzerland21.3
19) United Kingdom74.6
20) Other, Northern Europe21.3
22) Greece21.3
23) Italy, Holy See1912.5
25) Portugal10.7
26) Spain32.0
31) Albania10.7
34) Hungary32.0
35) Poland95.9
36) Romania10.7
37) Ukranian S.S.R.10.7
38) U.S.S.R.106.6
39) Yugoslavia10.7
40) Other, Eastern Europe10.7
47) Turkey10.7
50) Other, Middle East10.7
52) Africa South of Sahara (Negro)21.3
61) China10.7
62) Japan10.7
63) India10.7
71) Mexico42.6
72) South and Central America32.0
75) Canada (including French-Canadian)159.9
76) Caribbean85.3
84) Other, Oceania10.7
Missing1823 
TOTAL152100.0
228) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "NO" TO VAR219 (BORNUS) -- About how old were you when you came to the United States? (AGEIMMIG)
TOTAL%
1) 9 or less3019.9
2) 10 to 195536.4
3) 20 to 295435.8
4) 30 to 3996.0
5) 40 to 4932.0
Missing1824 
TOTAL151100.0
229) For the most part, were you raised on a farm, in a small town, in a small city, a medium-sized city, a big city, or a suburb of a big city? (WHRAISED)
TOTAL%
1) Farm66433.6
2) Small town48824.7
3) Small city1578.0
4) Medium-sized city23011.7
5) Big city37218.8
6) Suburb to a big city633.2
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
230) What was the last grade your father completed in school? (FATHEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Never attended school795.6
2) Grammar school, 1-4 years15511.0
3) 5-7 years28520.2
4) 8 years36626.0
5) High school, 9-11 years15110.7
6) 12 years (finished high school)19613.9
7) College, 1-3 years916.5
8) 4 years (finished college)523.7
9) Postgraduate352.5
Missing565 
TOTAL1410100.0
231) And your mother, what was the last grade in school she completed? (MOTHEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Never attended school845.8
2) Grammar school, 1-4 years1178.0
3) 5-7 years22515.5
4) 8 years36324.9
5) High school, 9-11 years22115.2
6) 12 years (finished high school)28819.8
7) College, 1-3 years926.3
8) 4 years (finished college)523.6
9) Postgraduate141.0
Missing519 
TOTAL1456100.0
232) Generally speaking, were your parents more religious than you are, less religious, or about the same? (PARRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) More religious63532.7
2) Less religious21010.8
3) About the same106855.1
4) One parent more religious, one less271.4
Missing35 
TOTAL1940100.0
233) I would like to ask you to compare your parents' feelings toward Jews around the time you were growing up with the way you yourself feel now. Would you say your parents felt more friendly toward Jews than you do now, less friendly, or about the same? (PARFJEW)
TOTAL%
1) More friendly654.1
2) Less friendly23714.8
3) About the same128480.5
4) One parent more friendly, one less100.6
Missing379 
TOTAL1596100.0
234) Are you single, married, divorced, separated, or widowed? (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Single1507.6
2) Presently married and living with spouse154478.2
3) Separated462.3
4) Divorced603.0
5) Widowed1758.9
TOTAL1975100.0
235) How many children do you have? (NUMKIDS)
TOTAL%
0) None21211.7
1) One31517.3
2) Two45925.3
3) Three35819.7
4) Four21311.7
5) Five1065.8
6) Six or more1548.5
Missing158 
TOTAL1817100.0
236) ASKED IF RESPONDENT HAS ANY CHILDREN [VAR235 (NUMKIDS)] -- How many of them (children) under 21 do you have? (KIDLT21)
TOTAL%
1) One31227.4
2) Two34430.2
3) Three23520.6
4) Four14012.3
5) Five554.8
6) Six272.4
7) Seven151.3
8) Eight or more121.1
Missing835 
TOTAL1140100.0
237) ASKED IF RESPONDENT HAS ANY CHILDREN [VAR235 (NUMKIDS)] -- How many of them (children) under 12 do you have? (KIDLT12)
TOTAL%
1) One27933.4
2) Two28033.5
3) Three15919.0
4) Four728.6
5) Five303.6
6) Six81.0
7) Seven10.1
8) Eight70.8
Missing1139 
TOTAL836100.0
238) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS MARRIED [VAR234 (MARITAL)] -- What was the last grade your (husband) (wife) completed in school? (SPEDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Never attended school70.5
2) Grammar school, 1-4 years422.8
3) 5-7 years1107.2
4) 8 years20713.6
5) High school, 9-11 years29619.5
6) 12 years (finished high school)53335.1
7) College, 1-3 years17211.3
8) 4 years (finished college)1056.9
9) Postgraduate473.1
Missing456 
TOTAL1519100.0
239) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS MARRIED [VAR234 (MARITAL)] -- Is your (husband/wife) working at the present time; does (he/she) have (his/her) own business; is (he/she) unemployed? (SPWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Self-employed1429.2
2) Employed full time66843.3
3) Employed part time835.4
4) Laid off temporarily120.8
5) Out of a job50.3
6) Retired724.7
7) Housewife53134.4
8) Student100.6
9) Military201.3
Missing432 
TOTAL1543100.0
240) ASKED IF SPOUSE IS SELF-EMPLOYED, EMPLOYED, UNEMPLOYED OR RETIRED [VAR239 (SPWORK)] -- What kind of work (does he/she) (did he/she) do? In which of the following general occupations is/was your spouse employed? (SPWORK2)
TOTAL%
1) Professionals798.0
2) Semi-professionals, technical, and kindred workers434.4
3) Managers, officials and proprietors (except farm)12112.3
4) Clerical and kindred workers13313.5
5) Sales workers878.8
6) Craftsmen, foremen and kindred workers17818.1
7) Operatives and kindred workers13713.9
8) Laborers (except farm and mine)414.2
9) Service workers10110.2
10) Farm laborers and foreman101.0
11) Farm managers and proprietors565.7
Missing989 
TOTAL986100.0
241) ASKED IF SPOUSE IS (WAS) A SERVICE WORKER [CODED "9" ON VAR240 (SPWORK2)] -- In what kind of business or industry (is/was) that? Is/was he/she employed as a service worker or as an employee for either private industry or for the government? -- Rank of service occupation for spouse is determined from the respondent's answer. Service occupations are classified into three ranks based on (1) the level of skill required, (2) the level of responsibility involved, and (3) the nature of the relationship occurring between the worker and those served. See Additional File Notes in the study summary (RDM file) for a list of occupations in each of these categories. (SPSRVRNK)
TOTAL%
1) Rank "A" service workers3938.6
2) Rank "B" service workers2928.7
3) Rank "C" service workers3332.7
Missing1874 
TOTAL101100.0
242) ASKED IF SPOUSE IS (WAS) A SERVICE WORKER [CODED "9" ON VAR240 (SPWORK2)] -- Is spouse in private industry or government? (SPGSERV2)
TOTAL%
1) Private industry7271.3
2) Government service, cannot tell which branch22.0
3) Government service, local1514.9
4) Government service, state44.0
6) Government service, federal87.9
Missing1874 
TOTAL101100.0
243) ASKED OF WIDOWED, DIVORCED OR SEPARATED WOMEN -- What kind of work did your husband do during most of the time that you were living together? In what general occupation was your ex-spouse employed? (HUSWORK)
TOTAL%
0) Farm managers and proprietors2814.1
1) Professionals136.5
2) Semi-professionals, technical, and kindred workers42.0
3) Managers, officials and proprietors (except farm)189.0
4) Clerical and kindred workers147.0
5) Sales workers105.0
6) Craftsmen, foremen and kindred workers4221.1
7) Operatives and kindred workers3819.1
8) Laborers (except farm and mine)178.5
9) Service workers136.5
10) Farm laborers and foremen21.0
Missing1776 
TOTAL199100.0
244) ASKED OF WIDOWED, DIVORCED OR SEPARATED WOMEN -- What kind of business or industry was that? In what rank, if any, of service occupation was your ex-spouse employed? Rank of service occupation for spouse is determined from the respondent's answer. Service occupations are classified into three ranks based on (1) the level of skill required, (2) the level of responsibility involved, and (3) the nature of the relationship occurring between the worker and those served. See Additional File Notes in the study summary (RDM file) for a list of occupations in each of these categories. (HUSRANK)
TOTAL%
1) Rank "A" service workers1076.9
2) Rank "B" service workers17.7
3) Rank "C" service workers215.4
Missing1962 
TOTAL13100.0
245) What kind of work did your father do when you were about 16 years old? In what general occupation was your father employed? (FATHWORK)
TOTAL%
0) Farm managers and proprietors52128.2
1) Professionals734.0
2) Semi-professionals, technical, and kindred workers221.2
3) Managers, officials and proprietors (except farm)25513.8
4) Clerical and kindred workers532.9
5) Sales workers804.3
6) Craftsmen, foremen and kindred workers36619.8
7) Operatives and kindred workers26314.3
8) Laborers (except farm and mine)1085.9
9) Service workers (also see code for rank of service occupatio703.8
10) Farm laborers and foremen341.8
Missing130 
TOTAL1845100.0
246) In what kind of business or industry was that? In what rank, if any, of service occupation was your father employed? Rank of service occupation for father is determined from the respondent's answer. Service occupations are classified into three ranks based on (1) the level of skill required, (2) the level of responsibility involved, and (3) the nature of the relationship occurring between the worker and those served. See Additional File Notes in the study summary (RDM file) for a list of occupations in each of these categories. (FATHRANK)
TOTAL%
1) Rank "A" service workers4057.1
2) Rank "B" service workers68.6
3) Rank "C" service workers2434.3
Missing1905 
TOTAL70100.0
247) ASKED IF SPOUSE IS PRESENTLY WORKING -- How satisfied would you say (he/she) is with (his/her) present job; very satisfied, fairly satisfied, or not too satisfied? (SPJOBSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied51658.4
2) Fairly satisfied29433.3
3) Not too satisfied748.4
Missing1091 
TOTAL884100.0
248) And, how many years have you lived in this house? (YRSHERE)
TOTAL%
1) Less Than 1 year33116.8
2) 1 up to 2 years24812.6
3) 2 up to 3 years1628.2
4) 3 up to 6 years28814.6
5) 6 up to 10 years29815.1
6) 10 up to 20 years37619.1
7) 20 up to 30 years1537.8
8) More than 30 years1155.8
Missing4 
TOTAL1971100.0
249) About how many years have you lived in (city or town)? (YRSTOWN)
TOTAL%
1) Less Than 1 year1246.3
2) 1 up to 2 years1145.8
3) 2 up to 3 years794.0
4) 3 up to 6 years1959.9
5) 6 up to 10 years1859.4
6) 10 up to 20 years39920.2
7) 20 up to 30 years33617.0
8) More than 30 years54127.4
Missing2 
TOTAL1973100.0
250) Is this the kind of neighborhood you would like to continue living in? (LIKEAREA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes154779.5
2) No40020.5
Missing28 
TOTAL1947100.0
251) Do you own your own home or do you rent? (OWNRENT)
TOTAL%
1) Own131166.5
2) Rent58429.6
3) Other773.9
Missing3 
TOTAL1972100.0
252) Will you please look at this card and tell me which figure comes closest to your family income for the past year, before taxes, that is. Just tell me the letter next to the figure that fits you best. Which figure comes closest to your family income up to $9,000? (INCOME1)
TOTAL%
1) Less Than $1,000976.8
2) $1,000 to $1,99914810.4
3) $2,000 to $2,99915510.9
4) $3,000 to $3,99918513.1
5) $4,000 to $4,99920014.1
6) $5,000 to $5,99918613.1
7) $6,000 to $6,99916111.4
8) $7,000 to $7,99915510.9
9) $8,000 to $8,9991309.2
Missing558 
TOTAL1417100.0
253) Will you please look at this card and tell me which figure comes closest to your family income for the past year, before taxes, that is. Just tell me the letter next to the figure that fits you best. Which figure comes closest to your family income $9,000 and more? (INCOME2)
TOTAL%
1) $9,000 to $9,9999220.2
2) $10,000 to $11,99916536.3
3) $12,000 to $14,99912026.4
4) $15,000 to $19,999439.5
5) $20,000 to $24,999132.9
6) $25,000 or more224.8
Missing1520 
TOTAL455100.0
254) How satisfied would you say that you are with your present income; very satisfied, fairly satisfied, or not too satisfied? (INCSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied38219.5
2) Fairly satisfied99450.6
3) Not too satisfied58829.9
Missing11 
TOTAL1964100.0
255) By and large, do you think of yourself as being of the upper class, upper-middle class, middle class, working class, or lower class? (CLASSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Upper462.4
2) Upper-middle21511.1
3) Middle89446.3
4) Working72337.4
5) Lower532.7
Missing44 
TOTAL1931100.0
256) Thinking back to the time you were growing up, would you say that your family was of the upper class, upper-middle class, middle class, working class, or lower class? (CLASSRSD)
TOTAL%
1) Upper572.9
2) Upper-middle1688.6
3) Middle75138.6
4) Working87945.2
5) Lower894.6
Missing31 
TOTAL1944100.0
257) Do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, or as an Independent? (PARTYAFF)
TOTAL%
1) Republican51426.7
2) Democrat98351.0
4) Other or against religion to vote120.6
5) Independent - Republican1216.3
6) Independent - Democrat1789.2
7) Independent - won't choose1186.1
Missing49 
TOTAL1926100.0
258) As things stand now, which candidate do you prefer in this coming election the: Democrat, Johnson, or the Republican, Goldwater? (PRESVOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Johnson120661.5
2) Goldwater47624.3
4) Don't know, leans toward Johnson864.4
5) Don't know, leans toward Goldwater653.3
6) Can't choose, don't know1276.5
Missing15 
TOTAL1960100.0
259) Do you think you will certainly vote, probably vote, or aren't you sure yet? (WILLVOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Certainly148575.5
2) Probably1145.8
3) Not sure1356.9
4) Probably not341.7
5) Certainly not19810.1
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
260) Did you vote in the last presidential election in 1960 when Kennedy ran against Nixon, or did something happen to keep you from voting? (ELEC1960)
TOTAL%
1) Did vote142572.2
2) Did not vote54927.8
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
261) Whom did you vote for in the last presidential election, Kennedy or Nixon? (WHOVOT60)
TOTAL%
1) Kennedy85761.3
2) Nixon54038.7
Missing578 
TOTAL1397100.0
262) Do you happen to know what President Johnson's religious background is? (LBJRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant, Christian42235.9
2) Church of Christ, United Church of Christ, Christian Church312.6
3) Congregationalist121.0
4) Baptist13711.6
5) Episcopalian27723.5
6) Methodist685.8
7) Presbyterian14912.7
8) Other Protestant denomination463.9
9) Other non-Protestant353.0
Missing798 
TOTAL1177100.0
263) And, how about Senator Goldwater's religious background, do you know what that is? (GOLDREL)
TOTAL%
1) Mentions only Christian, Protestant, Episcopalian or some other protestant denomination38144.7
2) Mentions only Jewish, or Jewish, but don't think he practices it, or part Jew, I don't know about the rest23928.1
3) Mentions both Christianity (Protestant, Episcopalian, or some other Protestant denomination) and Jewish (e.g., partly Jewish background but practices Christianity)22025.8
4) Other121.4
Missing1123 
TOTAL852100.0
264) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of the war in Vietnam, do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (NAMPLCY)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater38720.3
2) Important - agree with Johnson74339.0
3) Important - don't know, NA19610.3
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater613.2
5) Not important - agree with Johnson30516.0
6) Not important - don't know, NA21511.3
Missing68 
TOTAL1907100.0
265) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of medical care for the aged do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (MEDCARE)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater29315.2
2) Important - agree with Johnson107155.5
3) Important - don't know, NA1598.2
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater1427.4
5) Not important - agree with Johnson1437.4
6) Not important - don't know, NA1226.3
Missing45 
TOTAL1930100.0
266) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of crime in the streets do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (CRIME)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater40020.8
2) Important - agree with Johnson63933.3
3) Important - don't know, NA34618.0
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater874.5
5) Not important - agree with Johnson20210.5
6) Not important - don't know, NA24512.8
Missing56 
TOTAL1919100.0
267) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of control of nuclear weapons do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (NUKES)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater31916.6
2) Important - agree with Johnson114159.4
3) Important - Don't know, NA22711.8
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater371.9
5) Not important - agree with Johnson1005.2
6) Not important - Don't know, NA965.0
Missing55 
TOTAL1920100.0
268) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of Negro-White relations do you agree most with Goldwater or with Johnson? (RACIAL)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater44423.1
2) Important - agree with Johnson92848.4
3) Important - Don't know, NA1899.9
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater955.0
5) Not important - agree with Johnson1527.9
6) Not important - Don't know, NA1105.7
Missing57 
TOTAL1918100.0
269) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of government spending do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (GOVTSPND)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater55228.9
2) Important - agree with Johnson73338.4
3) Important - Don't know, NA23912.5
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater512.7
5) Not important - agree with Johnson20310.6
6) Not important - Don't know, NA1326.9
Missing65 
TOTAL1910100.0
270) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of morality and corruption in government do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson? (GOVCRPT)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater58930.8
2) Important - agree with Johnson59030.9
3) Important - Don't know, NA29315.3
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater593.1
5) Not important - agree with Johnson20410.7
6) Not important - Don't know, NA1759.2
Missing65 
TOTAL1910100.0
271) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of the power of the Supreme Court do you agree most with Goldwater or with Johnson? (SUPCTPWR)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater35318.5
2) Important - agree with Johnson70136.8
3) Important - Don't know, NA26814.1
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater623.3
5) Not important - agree with Johnson24012.6
6) Not important - Don't know, NA27914.7
Missing72 
TOTAL1903100.0
272) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- On the issue of relations with Communist countries do you agree most with Goldwater or with Johnson? (COMMRLTN)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater41922.0
2) Important - agree with Johnson96250.4
3) Important - Don't know, NA24813.0
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater311.6
5) Not important - agree with Johnson1507.9
6) Not important - Don't know, NA985.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
273) Here is a list of issues that have been talked about in the campaign. Please tell me for each one whether it is important to you or not important to you in deciding which candidate you favor. Now look at the card again and tell me for each issue which candidate you agree with most, Senator Goldwater or President Johnson -- None of these that is, do you agree most with Goldwater or Johnson but for reasons other than those given above? (OTHISSUE)
TOTAL%
1) Important - agree with Goldwater211.1
2) Important - agree with Johnson422.2
3) Important - Don't know, NA316.7
4) Not important - agree with Goldwater15.6
5) Not important - agree with Johnson422.2
6) Not important - Don't know, NA422.2
Missing1957 
TOTAL18100.0
274) I have just one more, and a rather different, question. Is there anyone in your immediate family who is blind? (BLINDFM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes864.4
2) No188095.6
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
275) ASKED IF RESPONDENT SAID "YES" TO VAR 274 (BLINDFM) -- How is that person related to you? (BLINDFM2)
TOTAL%
1) Self810.5
2) Parent or parent-in-law1823.7
3) Sibling or sibling-in-law1114.5
4) Spouse22.6
5) Child or grandchild67.9
6) Other relative (specify)3140.8
Missing1899 
TOTAL76100.0
276) Respondent's sex (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (RSEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male94948.1
2) Female102651.9
TOTAL1975100.0
277) Respondent's race (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (RRACE)
TOTAL%
1) White171787.0
2) Negro24412.4
3) Oriental40.2
4) Other90.5
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
278) Respondent's address denoted by state only (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (STATEADD)
TOTAL%
11) Maine301.5
12) New Hampshire301.5
14) Massachusetts301.5
15) Connecticut150.8
21) New York1799.1
22) New Jersey703.5
23) Pennsylvania1206.1
31) Ohio864.4
32) Indiana1005.1
33) Illinois683.4
34) Michigan703.5
35) Wisconsin613.1
41) Minnesota502.5
42) North Dakota502.5
43) South Dakota10.1
45) Nebraska201.0
46) Kansas502.5
47) Missouri191.0
52) Maryland653.3
53) Washington, D.C.100.5
55) Virginia201.0
56) North Carolina703.5
57) South Carolina281.4
58) Georgia201.0
59) Florida713.6
61) Kentucky301.5
62) Tennessee291.5
63) Alabama502.5
71) Louisiana100.5
72) Arkansas301.5
73) Oklahoma502.5
74) Texas1306.6
81) Montana301.5
85) Utah201.0
88) Arizona201.0
91) Washington301.5
92) Oregon402.0
93) California1738.8
TOTAL1975100.0
279) Would you say the respondent was unusually tall, somewhere in the normal range, or unusually short? (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (HEIGHT)
TOTAL%
1) Unusually tall1276.5
2) Normal range171387.1
3) Unusually short1266.4
Missing9 
TOTAL1966100.0
280) Would you say that the respondent was unusually fat, somewhere in the normal range, or unusually thin? (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (BDYTYPE)
TOTAL%
1) Unusually fat1236.3
2) Normal range171687.5
3) Unusually thin1236.3
Missing13 
TOTAL1962100.0
281) Generally speaking, would you say that the respondent was unusually attractive, somewhere in the normal range, or unusually unattractive? (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (RATTRAC)
TOTAL%
1) Unusually attractive1758.9
2) Normal range172087.7
3) Unusually unattractive663.4
Missing14 
TOTAL1961100.0
282) The respondent seemed... (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (RCHRCTR)
TOTAL%
1) Truthful182895.0
2) Evasive924.8
3) Untruthful40.2
Missing51 
TOTAL1924100.0
283) Standard of living of neighborhood (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (STHOOD)
TOTAL%
1) Upper class241.2
2) Middle class64332.7
3) Upper middle25412.9
4) Lower middle38219.5
5) Working class54227.6
6) Lower class1196.1
Missing11 
TOTAL1964100.0
284) Racial composition of neighborhood (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (HOODDIV)
TOTAL%
1) All White152578.9
2) All Negro1517.8
3) Mixed25613.3
Missing43 
TOTAL1932100.0
285) How did the respondent's home compare to others in the neighborhood? (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) (HOMECOMP)
TOTAL%
1) Much better1437.3
2) Slightly better43922.4
3) Slightly worse25613.0
4) Much worse603.1
5) About the same106654.3
Missing11 
TOTAL1964100.0
286) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Have had intimate contact (dated, lived with Jews, etc.) (JEWINTI)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact189099.1
2) Neutral mention of contact (knew Jews in the service)120.6
3) Favorable mention of contact (friends in the service)60.3
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
287) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Grew up with Jews in (school, when I was young, etc.) (RWJEW)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact182595.6
2) Neutral mention of contact (knew Jews in the service)743.9
3) Favorable mention of contact (friends in the service)90.5
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
288) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Had contact with Jews in the service (Army, Navy, etc.) (JEWMILIT)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact184896.9
2) Neutral mention of contact (knew Jews in the service)573.0
3) Favorable mention of contact (friends in the service)30.2
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
289) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Had contact with Jews in the neighborhood (in the past) (JEWCPREV)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact186897.9
2) Neutral mention of contact (knew Jews in the service)331.7
3) Favorable mention of contact (friends in the service)60.3
4) Unfavorable mention of contact (Jews I knew in the service always tried to get the easy jobs)10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
290) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Have shopped or bought from Jews (in the past) (JEWSHOP)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact187298.1
2) Neutral mention of contact (knew Jews in the service)321.7
3) Favorable mention of contact (friends in the service)20.1
4) Unfavorable mention of contact (Jews I knew in the service always tried to get the easy jobs)20.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
291) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Have had business contact with Jews (JEWBUSI)
TOTAL%
0) Worked for (in past)10.1
1) No mention of any business contact175692.0
2) Did business with (in past)392.0
3) Did business with (in past)20.1
4) Did business with (in past)40.2
5) Worked with (in past)371.9
6) Worked with (in past)10.1
8) Worked for (in past)552.9
9) Worked for (in past)130.7
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
292) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Have had professional services from Jews (JEWPRSER)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of any contact187798.4
2) Doctor (in past)150.8
3) Doctor (in past)20.1
5) Lawyer (in past)100.5
8) Teacher (past or present)40.2
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
293) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Had contact with Jews in social organization (in Past) (JEWSORG)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact190099.6
2) Neutral mention of contact70.4
3) Favorable mention of contact10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
294) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Did see Jews in public places, in stores, etc. (past or present) (JEWPUBP)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact188999.0
2) Neutral mention of contact191.0
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
295) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- Have had a Jewish landlord (past or present) (JEWLNDL)
TOTAL%
1) No mention of contact189999.5
2) Neutral mention of contact60.3
3) Favorable mention of contact20.1
4) Unfavorable mention of contact10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
296) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH AND RESPONDED "YES" TO OTHER TYPES OF CONTACT IN VAR116 (JEWCNTC9) -- All other unclassifiable contacts with Jews (JEWOTHC)
TOTAL%
0) None188698.8
1) One211.1
3) Three10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
297) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IF NOT JEWISH -- RECODE: Total number of contacts with Jews [REFERS TO VAR108 (JEWCNTC1) THROUGH VAR115 (JEWCNTC8)]. (TOTJEWC)
TOTAL%
0) None29716.1
1) One41622.5
2) Two34918.9
3) Three29015.7
4) Four23812.9
5) Five1558.4
6) Six1005.4
Missing130 
TOTAL1845100.0
298) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- RECODE: Total number of additional contacts with Jews [REFERS TO VAR116 (JEWCNTC9)] (TOTAJCTC)
TOTAL%
0) None142274.5
1) One36319.0
2) Two955.0
3) Three221.2
4) Four50.3
5) Five10.1
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
299) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- AGE RECODE REFERS TO VAR216 (YEARBORN) AND VAR217 (AGEAB): -- Respondent's age group (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
0) 65 to 691055.5
1) Under 25 years1759.1
2) 25 to 291879.8
3) 30 to 3419710.3
4) 35 to 3922912.0
5) 40 to 4421411.2
6) 45 to 491648.6
7) 50 to 541538.0
8) 55 to 591347.0
9) 60 to 641497.8
10) 70 to 74904.7
11) 75 years or over1176.1
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
300) City size (population) of town or city in which respondent lives (CTYSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 1-9991809.5
2) 1,000-4,99934918.4
3) 5,000-9,9991879.9
4) 10,000-19,99922111.6
5) 20,000-49,99922311.8
6) 50,000-99,9991809.5
7) 100,000-199,9991507.9
8) 200,000-499,9991507.9
9) 500,000-749,999774.1
10) 750,000-999,999603.2
11) 1 million-1.9 million372.0
12) 2 million and over834.4
Missing78 
TOTAL1897100.0
301) Sports figure index: Roger Maris, Y.A. Tittle and Arnold Palmer. DERIVED FROM VAR48 (MARIS), VAR56 (TITTLE), VAR62 (PALMER) -- IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED CORRECTLY, SCORE VALUE IS 1. IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED INCORRECTLY SCORE VALUE IS 0. ORIGINAL QUESTIONS READ: Please look at this card and tell me if each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician or an entertainer. Very few people would know all of the names, so if you don't know someone, just say so. (SPINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest30916.2
1) 33317.4
2) 50026.2
3) Highest76840.2
Missing65 
TOTAL1910100.0
302) Writers index: Robert Frost, Melville, Faulkner and Mark Twain. DERIVED FROM VAR49 (FROST), VAR53 (MELVILLE), VAR57 (FAULKNER), VAR59 (TWAIN) -- IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED CORRECTLY, SCORE VALUE IS 1. IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED INCORRECTLY SCORE VALUE IS 0. ORIGINAL QUESTIONS READ: Please look at this card and tell me if each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician or an entertainer. Very few people would know all of the names, so if you don't know someone, just say so. (WRTINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest23012.1
1) 31216.4
2) 47324.9
3) 52227.5
4) Highest36319.1
Missing75 
TOTAL1900100.0
303) Politicians index: William Miller, Hubert Humphrey, Dean Rusk and Douglas Dillon. DERIVED FROM VAR52 (MILLER), VAR55 (HUMPHREY), VAR58 (RUSK), VAR61 (DILLON) -- IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED CORRECTLY, SCORE VALUE IS 1. IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED INCORRECTLY SCORE VALUE IS 0. ORIGINAL QUESTIONS READ: Please look at this card and tell me if each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician or an entertainer. Very few people would know all of the names, so if you don't know someone, just say so. (POLINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest965.0
1) 1688.8
2) 32617.1
3) 62432.7
4) Highest69436.4
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
304) Entertainers index: William Holden, Vince Edwards, Frank Fontaine and Paul Newman. DERIVED FROM VAR50 (HOLDEN), VAR51 (EDWARDS), VAR54 (FONTAINE), VAR63 (NEWMAN) -- IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED CORRECTLY, SCORE VALUE IS 1. IF PERSON IS IDENTIFIED INCORRECTLY SCORE VALUE IS 0. ORIGINAL QUESTIONS READ: Please look at this card and tell me if each of the people I mention is a writer, someone in sports, a politician or an entertainer. Very few people would know all of the names, so if you don't know someone, just say so. (ENTINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest19510.2
1) 20310.6
2) 35018.4
3) 46324.3
4) Highest69636.5
Missing68 
TOTAL1907100.0
305) Education of respondent [RECODE OF VAR202 (ELEDUC) AND VAR203 (HEDUC)] (EDUCREC)
TOTAL%
1) No schooling; through 8th grade53628.0
2) 9th through 11th grade37119.4
3) Graduated high school58630.6
4) 1 through 3 years of college22611.8
5) Graduated college1236.4
6) Postgraduate703.7
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
306) Income of respondent [RECODE OF VAR252 (INCOME1) AND VAR253 (INCOME2)] (INCOMER)
TOTAL%
1) To $2,99939921.9
2) $3,000 to $4,99938020.9
3) $5,000 to $6,99933818.6
4) $7,000 to $9,99936319.9
5) $10,000 to $14,99926914.8
6) Over $15,000713.9
Missing155 
TOTAL1820100.0
307) The question citation was not provided -- SMSA - Census tract (refer to NORC sample units) (SMSA)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 500,00031016.5
2) 500,000 to 1 million23812.6
3) 1-2 million26914.3
4) 2-5 million1849.8
5) Greater than 5 million21311.3
6) Counties66935.5
Missing92 
TOTAL1883100.0
308) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Where parents of the respondent were born [RECODE OF VAR221 (CFBORN) AND VAR224 (CMBORN)] (PARBORN)
TOTAL%
0) Both parents born outside U.S.37119.4
1) One parent born outside U.S.1769.2
2) Both parents born inside U.S.136771.4
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
309) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Where grandparents of the respondent were born [RECODE OF VAR222 (PGFCBORN), VAR223 (PGMCBORN), VAR225 (MGFCBORN), VAR226 (MGMCBORN)] (GPBORN)
TOTAL%
1) One grandparent born inside U.S.816.3
2) Two grandparents born inside U.S.22717.7
3) Three grandparents born inside U.S.1169.0
4) All grandparents born inside U.S.85866.9
Missing693 
TOTAL1282100.0
310) Generation of respondent (GENERATI)
TOTAL%
1) If respondent born outside U.S., he is 1st generation1347.0
2) If neither of his parents born in U.S., 1st generation23612.3
3) If one of his parents born in U.S., 2nd generation1759.2
4) If both parents and no grandparents born in U.S., 2nd generation1487.7
5) If both parents and 1 grandparent born in U.S., 3rd generation633.3
6) If both parents and 2 grandparents born in U.S., 3rd generation1839.6
7) If both parents and 3 grandparents born in U.S., 4th generation1156.0
8) If both parents and all grandparents born in U.S., 4th generation85844.9
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
311) Index of Magazines read--Which magazines do you read fairly regularly? Life, Look, Newsweek, New Yorker, Reader's Digest, Post, Time or U.S. News - score 1. If not mentioned - score 0. (MAGREG)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest80942.3
1) 37719.7
2) 35918.8
3) 1889.8
4) 934.9
5) 512.7
6) 191.0
7) 140.7
8) Highest30.2
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
312) Index of Jewish Contacts: [DERIVED FROM VAR108 (JEWCNTC1) THROUGH VAR 115 (JEWCNTC8)] -- If Yes to Jews in neighborhood, - score 1. If Yes to Jews at work or in business - score 1. If Yes to Jews where you shop - score 1. If Yes to Jews in your clubs - score 1. If Yes to Jews as your doctors or dentists - score 1. If Yes to Jews as close friends - score 1. If Yes to Jews married to close friends - score 1. If Yes to Jews married to relatives - score 1. All other answers - score 0. If 0-5 contacts in VAR286 (JEWINTI) THROUGH VAR296 (JEWOTHC) - score 1, all others - score 0. (JEWCINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest22912.2
1) 36619.6
2) 33818.1
3) 29015.5
4) 24012.8
5) 1729.2
6) 1317.0
7) Highest1055.6
Missing104 
TOTAL1871100.0
313) Head of household code [DERIVED FROM VAR208 (OCCUP) AND VAR239 (SPWORK)] (HHCODE)
TOTAL%
0) Farm managers and proprietors1789.6
1) Professionals1407.6
2) Semi-professionals, technical, and kindred workers764.1
3) Managers, officials and proprietors (except farm)22912.4
4) Clerical and kindred workers1357.3
5) Sales workers1246.7
6) Craftsmen, foremen and kindred workers42222.9
7) Operatives and kindred workers30516.5
8) Laborers (except farm and mine)985.3
9) Service workers (also see code for rank of service occupatio1216.6
10) Farm laborers and foremen170.9
Missing130 
TOTAL1845100.0
314) Education recode -- [RECODED FROM VAR305 (EDUCREC)] (EDUCREC2)
TOTAL%
1) No schooling; through 8th grade53628.0
2) 9th through high school95750.1
3) 1 to 3 years of college22611.8
4) Graduate and postgraduate work19310.1
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
315) Age recode -- [RECODED FROM VAR299 (AGECAT)] (AGEREC)
TOTAL%
1) Under 34 years55929.2
2) 35 to 49 years60731.7
3) 50 and more years74839.1
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
316) Occupational groups -- [DERIVED FROM VAR207 (WORKING) AND VAR208 (OCCUP)] (OCCDER)
TOTAL%
1) Self-employed and professional, semi professional, managerial, clerical or sales737.5
2) Employed, full or part time and professional737.5
3) Employed, full or part time and semi-professional or managerial10710.9
4) Employed, full or part time and clerical or sales20520.9
5) Self-employed or employed full or part time and craftsmen14414.7
6) Self-employed or employed full or part time and operative14114.4
7) Self-employed or employed full or part time and laborer or service worker16016.3
8) Self-employed or employed full or part time and farm employee767.8
Missing996 
TOTAL979100.0
317) Religious groups -- Liberal Protestants (LIBPROT)
TOTAL%
1) Unitarian91.4
2) Congregational447.0
3) United Presbyterian7612.0
4) Protestant Episcopal579.0
5) Methodist21834.4
6) Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.406.3
7) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)426.6
8) American Lutheran14723.2
Missing1342 
TOTAL633100.0
318) Religious groups -- Fundamentalists (FUNDAM)
TOTAL%
1) Missouri Lutheran468.0
2) Evangelical and Reformed284.9
3) American Baptist9215.9
4) Southern Baptist18732.4
5) Other Baptist9215.9
6) Sects13222.9
Missing1398 
TOTAL577100.0
319) Religious groupings by category (RELCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Liberal Protestants63232.0
2) Fundamentalists57729.2
3) Catholic51025.8
4) Other25613.0
TOTAL1975100.0
320) Anti-Semitism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR71 (JEWPOWER) THROUGH VAR92 (JEWCNTCT)]: Don't think Jews have too much power - score 01. Don't think Jews have too much power in business - score 01. Don't think Jews use shady practices - score 01. Don't think Jews more loyal to Israel - score 01. Don't think Jews in control international banking - score 01. Don't think Jews care only about Jews - score 01. Don't think Jews are overly shrewd or tricky - score 01. Don't think Jews always like to be heads of things - score 01. Don't think Jews only hire Jews - score 01. Don't think Jews have lots of irritating faults - score 01. Think Jews are just as honest as other businessmen - score 01. All other answers - score 0. (ANTSINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest - Anti-semitic1066.1
1) 1558.9
2) 1609.2
3) 17810.2
4) 1438.2
5) 1599.1
6) 1408.0
7) 1659.5
8) 1528.7
9) 1579.0
10) 1568.9
11) Highest - Non-Anti-semitic754.3
Missing229 
TOTAL1746100.0
321) Membership index 1 -- [DERIVED FROM VAR137 (FRATGRP) THROUGH VAR153 (OTHORG)] -- Belong to fraternal groups, service clubs, political groups, school service groups, literary clubs, local service clubs, civic groups, and/or youth groups - If Yes, score 1. All other - score 0. (MEMINDX1)
TOTAL%
0) None140273.4
1) One35718.7
2) Two1045.4
3) Three311.6
4) Four140.7
5) Five20.1
6) Six or more10.1
Missing64 
TOTAL1911100.0
322) Membership index 2 -- [DERIVED FROM VAR137 (FRATGRP) THROUGH VAR153 (OTHORG)] -- Belong to Veterans groups, labor groups, sports groups, hobby clubs, church groups, nationality groups, farm organizations, professional groups, and/or business groups - If Yes, score 1. All other - score 0. (MEMINDX2)
TOTAL%
0) None99452.0
1) One59231.0
2) Two22111.6
3) Three743.9
4) Four241.3
5) Five30.2
6) Six30.2
Missing64 
TOTAL1911100.0
323) Anti-Semitism recode -- [DERIVED FROM VAR320 (ANTSINDX)] (ANSINDX2)
TOTAL%
1) Answers 0 or 1 (ANTSINDX)26114.9
2) Answers 2,3 or 4 (ANTSINDX)48127.5
3) Answers 5,6 or 7 (ANTSINDX)46426.6
4) Answers 8 or 9 (ANTSINDX)54030.9
Missing229 
TOTAL1746100.0
324) Income of respondent -- [RECODE OF VAR306 (INCOMER)] (INCOMER2)
TOTAL%
1) To $4,99977942.8
2) $5,000 to $9,99970138.5
3) $10,000 to $14,99926914.8
4) Over $15,000713.9
Missing155 
TOTAL1820100.0
325) Fascism scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR154 (WILLPWR) THROUGH VAR158 (TWOCLASS)] -- Agree that no weakness can hold us back if we have enough willpower - score 1. Agree that sex criminals should be publicly whipped - score 1. Agree that our lives are controlled by secret plots - score 1. Agree that astrology is valid - score 1. Agree that there are two classes of people, the weak and the strong - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (FASCISM)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest1618.5
1) 41621.9
2) 50926.8
3) 47525.0
4) 25313.3
5) Highest864.5
Missing75 
TOTAL1900100.0
326) Despair scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR163 (GOVOTCH), VAR164 (DISSILUS), VAR166 (LIVTDY)] -- Agree that government is not interested in the problems of the average man - score 1. Agree that one wonders if anything is worthwhile - score 1. Agree that now we live for today - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (DESPAIR)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest55929.4
1) 58030.5
2) 43823.0
3) Highest32717.2
Missing71 
TOTAL1904100.0
327) Region code (REGION)
TOTAL%
0) Pacific23912.5
1) New England1045.4
2) Middle Atlantic33017.2
3) East North Central37519.6
4) West North Central1909.9
5) South Atlantic27714.5
6) East South Central894.6
7) West South Central603.1
8) Southern1809.4
9) Mountain703.7
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
328) Club discrimination recode -- [DERIVED FROM VAR100 (CLUB2) AND VAR101 (CLUB3)] -- Score 1 if think that members have a right to keep a Jew out of their club just because he's Jewish and any answer to what Mr. Smith should do if members vote to keep Mr. Cohen out; score 2 if don't think members have a right to keep Mr. Cohen out and Mr. Smith should stay in the club and forget the whole thing; score 3 if Don't think members have a right to keep Mr.Cohen out and Mr. Smith should quit the club or stay in and keep trying; score 4 if don't know about the right to keep Mr. Cohen out and any answers about what Mr. Smith should do. (CLUBDREC)
TOTAL%
1) Think that members have a right to keep a Jew out of their club just because he's Jewish and any answer to what Mr. Smith should do if members vote to keep Mr. Cohen out53628.6
2) Don't think members have a right to keep Mr. Cohen out and Mr. Smith should stay in the club and forget the whole thing61232.7
3) Don't think members have a right to keep Mr.Cohen out and Mr. Smith should quit the club or stay in and keep trying68036.3
4) Don't know about the right to keep Mr. Cohen out and any answers about what Mr. Smith should do432.3
Missing104 
TOTAL1871100.0
329) Area where respondent lives (AREA)
TOTAL%
1) New England and Middle Atlantic43422.7
2) East- and West- North Central56529.5
3) South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, and Southern60631.7
4) Mountain and Pacific30916.1
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
330) Region code as a child (REGCHILD)
TOTAL%
0) Pacific1076.1
1) New England985.6
2) Middle Atlantic31617.9
3) East North Central34019.3
4) West North Central22913.0
5) South Atlantic23013.0
6) East South Central1136.4
7) West South Central1015.7
8) Southern1689.5
9) Mountain613.5
Missing212 
TOTAL1763100.0
331) Region as a child (REGCHLD2)
TOTAL%
1) New England and Middle Atlantic41423.5
2) East- and West- North Central56932.3
3) South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, and Southern61234.7
4) Mountain and Pacific1689.5
Missing212 
TOTAL1763100.0
332) If respondent is not Jewish -- Age of respondent (AGEREC2)
TOTAL%
1) Up to 34 years55929.2
2) 35-54 years76039.7
3) 55 and older59531.1
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
333) Parents' education code -- score given for whichever parent had more education -- [DERIVED FROM VAR230 (FATHEDUC) AND VAR231 (MOTHEDUC)] (PEDUCR)
TOTAL%
1) Grade school73838.9
2) High school50026.4
3) College24613.0
4) Don't know either parent's education41321.8
Missing78 
TOTAL1897100.0
334) Enlightenment values scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR376 (AINTSCAL), VAR377 (CDSCAL), VAR378 (CLSCALE)] -- From the following variables, a score of 1 on anti-intellectualism scale, on cultural diversity scale, and on anti-civil liberties scale - score 1 each. Score of 2 on any of the above - score 2 each. Score of 3 on any of the above - score 3 each. All other answers - score 0. The above recoded. (EVSCAL)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores (0-2)44723.9
2) Middle scores (3-5)83144.4
3) Highest scores (6-9)59431.7
Missing103 
TOTAL1872100.0
335) Geographic mobility -- [DERIVED FROM VAR329 (AREA) AND VAR331 (REGCHLD2)] (MOBILE)
TOTAL%
1) Stationary143781.5
2) Mobile32618.5
Missing212 
TOTAL1763100.0
336) Area where respondent lives (AREARU)
TOTAL%
1) Urban South32617.3
2) Urban Midwest34318.2
3) Urban Northwest21911.6
4) Urban Northeast32617.3
5) Rural South27914.8
6) Rural Midwest22011.7
7) Rural Northwest703.7
8) Rural Northeast1005.3
Missing92 
TOTAL1883100.0
337) Denomination -- [RECODE OF VAR170 (PROTDEN)] (DENREC)
TOTAL%
1) Unitarian, Congregationalist, Episcopalian1106.1
2) Catholic51128.2
3) United Presbyterian, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., Methodist33418.4
4) American Lutheran, Lutheran Church in America, Missouri Lutheran, other Lutheran, American Baptist, Southern Baptist, Other Baptist, Disciples of Christ, Christian Church, Assemblies of God, Sects, Evangelical Reformed76842.4
6) Reformed Church341.9
7) Quakers, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Christian Science, Unity, Cults422.3
8) Other non-Protestants130.7
Missing163 
TOTAL1812100.0
338) Speech-law recode -- [COMBINES RESPONSES FROM VAR16 (FAVDLAW) AND VAR17 (PMLAW)] (SPCHLAWR)
TOTAL%
1) In favor of a law restricting free speech25613.4
2) Not in favor of a law restricting free speech1688.8
3) Don't know about a law restricting free speech140.7
4) Would want to see such a law passed28314.8
5) Would not want to see such a law passed112559.0
6) Don't know about wanting to see such a law passed623.2
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
339) God-law recode -- [COMBINES RESPONSES FROM VAR19 (FAVPLAW) AND VAR20 (PRESGOD2)] (GDLAW2)
TOTAL%
1) In favor of law saying that the president must believe in God64433.8
2) Not in favor of such a law341.8
3) Don't know about such a law110.6
4) Would like to see such a law passed53828.2
5) Would not like to see such a law passed63833.5
6) Don't know about passing such a law412.2
Missing69 
TOTAL1906100.0
340) Religious Anti-Semitism -- [DERIVED FROM VAR74 (ACCJESUS), VAR181 (RESPCRUC), AND 182 (GJEWPNSH)] -- Answers the Jews killed Jesus, - score 1. Answers that a person cannot be saved if he does not accept Jesus, - score 1. Answers that God is punishing Jews for rejecting Jesus - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (RESANTSE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest - Anti-Semitic47825.4
1) 74839.7
2) 48926.0
3) Highest1688.9
Missing92 
TOTAL1883100.0
341) Simplism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR154 (WILLPWR), VAR158 (TWOCLASS), VAR159 (SIMPANS), VAR161 (HORSSNSE), VAR192 (NONCONF)] -- Agrees that no weakness or difficulty can hold us back if we have enough willpower - score 1. Agrees that people can be divided into two categories, the weak and the strong - score 1. Agrees that answers to our country's problems are much simpler than the experts say - score 1. Agrees that a little practical experience is worth all the books put together - score 1. Agrees that doesn't like to hear arguments that one disagrees with - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (SIMPINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest1166.1
1) 27114.3
2) 37519.8
3) 48925.8
4) 42722.6
5) Highest21511.4
Missing82 
TOTAL1893100.0
342) Tolerance of cultural diversity -- [DERIVED FROM VAR16 (FAVDLAW), VAR19 (FAVPLAW), VAR37 (BEARDT), VAR38 (ASSINF), VAR184 (ATHPUBO)] -- In favor of law that says that the President must believe in God - score 1. In favor of law restricting free speech - score 1. An Atheist should not be allowed to hold public office - score 1. Agrees that foreigners should give up their foreign ways and learn to be like other Americans - score 1. Agree that persons with beards should not be allowed to teach in public schools - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (TOLCULD)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest24012.7
1) 32317.1
2) 40621.4
3) 47825.2
4) 31716.7
5) Highest1306.9
Missing81 
TOTAL1894100.0
343) Tolerance of cultural diversity recode --[RECODE OF VAR342 (TOLCULD)] (TCULD2)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest answers (0-1)56329.7
2) Middle answers (2-3)88446.7
3) Highest answers (4-5)44723.6
Missing81 
TOTAL1894100.0
344) Simplism index recode -- [RECODE OF V341 (SIMPINDX)] (SMPINDX2)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest answers (0-1)38720.4
2) Middle answers (2-3)86445.6
3) Highest answers (4-5)64233.9
Missing82 
TOTAL1893100.0
345) Enlightenment code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR343 (TCULD2) AND VAR344 (SMPINDX2)] (ENLREC)
TOTAL%
1) Scored Low (1) on (SMPINDX2) and Low (1) on (TCULD2)61032.6
2) Scored Middle (2) on (SMPINDX2) and Middle (2) on (TCULD2)54729.2
3) Scored High (3) on (SMPINDX2) and High (3) on (TCULD2)71638.2
Missing102 
TOTAL1873100.0
346) Isolation code [DERIVED FROM VAR131 (RELSOC) THROUGH VAR133 (SOCFRND)] -- Spends a few evenings a month with relatives or friends - score 1. Spends a few evenings a week with relatives or friends - score 2. All other answers - score 0. (ISOCODE)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest (isolated)19110.1
2) 24613.0
3) 23012.1
4) 1025.4
5) 1779.3
6) 1085.7
7) 28815.2
8) Highest (not isolated)55729.3
Missing76 
TOTAL1899100.0
347) Media code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR119 (NEWSREAD) AND VAR130 (TVHRS)] (MEDIACOD)
TOTAL%
1) Reads the newspaper every day and watches TV 2 or more hours a day85546.0
2) Reads the newspaper at least once a week and watches TV 2 or more hours a day33317.9
3) Reads the newspaper every day and watches TV one hour or less a day48125.9
4) Reads the newspaper at least once a week and watches TV 1 hour or less a day18810.1
Missing118 
TOTAL1857100.0
348) Serious news code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR119 (NEWSREAD) AND VAR303 (POLINDX)] (SNEWS)
TOTAL%
1) Reads newspaper every day and score high on familiarity with politicians105055.1
2) Reads newspaper at least once a week and score high on familiarity with politicians26714.0
3) Reads newspaper every day and score low on familiarity with politicians30616.0
4) Reads newspaper at least once a week and score low on familiarity with politicians28414.9
Missing68 
TOTAL1907100.0
349) Psychic code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR190 (WORRY), VAR191 (PROBSOL), VAR199 (LONELY), VAR200 (CRISIS), V215 (HAPPY)] -- Not too happy these days - score 1. Worry a lot - score 1. Do feel lonely - score 1. Do tend to go to pieces in a crisis - score 1. Can't solve problems - score 1. All other answers - score 0 (PSYCHIC)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest72438.1
1) 62633.0
2) 30916.3
3) 1558.2
4) 633.3
5) Highest211.1
Missing77 
TOTAL1898100.0
350) Anomie scale - [DERIVED FROM VAR119 (NEWSREAD), VAR178 (CHATTEND), VAR199 (LONELY), VAR260 (ELEC1960), VAR322 (MEMINDX2)] -- Feel lonely quite often - score 1. Don't worship often - score 1. Didn't vote in the 1960 election - score 1. Don't read the newspaper often - score 1. Don't belong to any clubs - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (ANOMIE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest51127.2
1) 59531.7
2) 43723.3
3) 25013.3
4) 784.2
5) Highest50.3
Missing99 
TOTAL1876100.0
351) Parochial clubs -- [DERIVED FROM VAR137 (FRATGRP), VAR139 (VETGRP), VAR147 (NATGRP)] -- Belong to one or more fraternal clubs, veterans groups or nationality groups - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (PAROCHCL)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest153980.6
1) 33817.7
2) 311.6
3) Highest20.1
Missing65 
TOTAL1910100.0
352) TV Watching recode [RECODE OF VAR130 (TVHRS)] (TVRECDE)
TOTAL%
1) Less than one hour or not at all29215.5
2) 1-3 hours92549.2
3) 3-5 hours48926.0
4) 5 Hours or more1759.3
Missing94 
TOTAL1881100.0
353) Job mobility -- [DERIVED FROM VAR213 (JPROMOTE) AND VAR214 (PROMCHNC)] (JMBLTY)
TOTAL%
1) Very or somewhat important to get a promotion and excellent or good chance of promotion in the next few years25735.4
2) Very or somewhat important to get a promotion and fair or poor chance of promotion in the next few years17524.1
3) Not too important to get promotion and excellent or good chance of promotion in the next few years709.6
4) Not too important to get promotion and fair or poor chance of promotion in the next few years22530.9
Missing1248 
TOTAL727100.0
354) Anti-Negro - Anti-Semitic scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR24 (NEGTDEM), VAR43 (NEGEARN), VAR47 (INTERLAW), VAR195 (SCHSEG), VAR320 (ANTSINDX)] -- From VAR320 and the following variable which is not recoded. Agree that Negroes want too much - score 1. Negro and White children should go to separate but equal schools - score 1. Should be law against marriages between Negroes and Whites - score 1. Agree that Negroes must show that they deserve equal rights - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (ANASSCAL)
TOTAL%
1) Scored low (0-1) in the non-recoded variable above and scored low (1-2) in anti-semitism scale44728.0
2) Scored high (2-5) in non-recoded variable above and scored low (1-2) in anti-semitism scale58536.6
3) Scored low (0-1) in the non-recoded variable above and scored high (3-4) in anti-semitism scale623.9
4) Scored high (2-5) in non-recoded variable above and scored high (3-4) in anti-semitism scale50431.5
Missing377 
TOTAL1598100.0
355) Predisposed attitudes toward Anti-Semitism -- [DERIVED FROM VAR326 (DESPAIR), VAR344 (SMPINDX2)] -- Scored lowest (0) on despair scale - score 2. Scored lowest (1) on simplism scale - score 1. Scored highest (3) on simplism scale - score 1. All others answers - score 0. (PAANTSM)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest21111.2
1) 39020.7
2) 41622.0
3) 47425.1
4) Highest39721.0
Missing87 
TOTAL1888100.0
356) Psychic recode -- [RECODE OF VAR349 (PSYCHIC) (PSYCHICR)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores (0 to 1)135071.1
2) Middle scores (2)30916.3
3) High scores (3 to 5)23912.6
Missing77 
TOTAL1898100.0
357) Anomie recode -- [RECODE OF V350 (ANOMIE)] (ANOMREC)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores (0 to 1)110659.0
2) Middle scores (2)43723.3
3) High scores (3 to 5)33317.8
Missing99 
TOTAL1876100.0
358) Education recode 3 -- [RECODE OF VAR305 (EDUCREC)] (EDUCREC3)
TOTAL%
1) No schooling; through 8th grade53628.0
2) 9th through 12th grade95750.1
3) College and postgraduate41921.9
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
359) Religious Anti-Semitism -- [DERIVED FROM VAR174 (ACCJESUS), VAR180 (WHOCHSN), VAR181 (RESPCRUC)] -- Cannot be saved without accepting Jesus - score 1. Christians, Protestants or Catholics are God's chosen people today - score 1. The Jews killed Jesus - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (RELANTSM)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest45924.3
1) 72438.3
2) 52527.8
3) Highest1809.5
Missing87 
TOTAL1888100.0
360) Simplism-Despair code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR326 (DESPAIR), VAR341(SIMPINDX)] (SIMDESPC)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest743.9
1) 1688.9
2) 24312.9
3) 29815.8
4) 27714.7
5) 31916.9
6) 23812.6
7) 1789.4
8) Highest934.9
Missing87 
TOTAL1888100.0
361) Anti-Negro scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR24 (NEGTDEM), VAR43 (NEGEARN), VAR47 (INTERLAW), VAR195 (SCHSEG)] -- Agree that Negroes want too much - score 1. Negro and white children should go to separate but equal schools - score 1. Should be a law against marriages between Negroes and whites - score 1. Negroes must show that they deserve equal rights - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (ANEGSCAL)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest24415.1
1) 27617.1
2) 30018.6
3) 28317.5
4) 28017.3
5) Highest23414.5
Missing358 
TOTAL1617100.0
362) Parochialism index - [DERIVED FROM VAR131 (RELSOC), VAR249 (YRSTOWN), VAR351 (PAROCHCL)] -- Spend a social evening with relatives several times a week - score 1. Have lived in same town for over 10 years - score 1. Belong to one or more parochial clubs - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (PAROINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest37619.7
1) 86945.5
2) 55629.1
3) Highest1075.6
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
363) Anti-Negro scale recode -- [RECODE OF VAR361 (ANEGSCAL)] (ANEGSCAR)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores82150.7
2) Highest scores79749.3
Missing357 
TOTAL1618100.0
364) Anti-Negro scale recode -- [RECODE OF VAR354 (ANASSCAL)] (ANNASC2)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores52032.1
2) Middle scores58436.1
3) Highest scores51431.8
Missing357 
TOTAL1618100.0
365) Simplism recode -- [RECODE OF VAR344 (SMPINDX2)] (SMPIDX2R)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores76240.3
2) Highest scores113059.7
Missing83 
TOTAL1892100.0
366) Isolated anomie scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR350 (ANOMIE), VAR363 (PAROINDX)] (ISANOMIE)
TOTAL%
1) Middle score on anomie scale and any score on parochialism index33317.8
2) Fairly low on anomie and any score on parochialism index43623.3
3) Very low on anomie scale and high on parochialism index46324.7
4) Very low on anomie scale and low on parochialism index64334.3
Missing100 
TOTAL1875100.0
367) Jewish contact scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR108 (JEWCNTC1 THROUGH VAR115 (JEWCNTC8)] -- If has come into contact with Jews in a neighborhood, at work, in stores, in clubs, as a doctor or dentist, as a close friend, as a spouse of a close friend, or as a spouse of a relative- score 1. All other answers - score 0. (JEWCNTSC)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest29315.7
1) 40921.9
2) 33818.1
3) 28515.2
4) 23212.4
5) 1528.1
6) 1005.3
7) 492.6
8) Highest130.7
Missing104 
TOTAL1871100.0
368) Jewish contacts -- [DERIVED FROM VAR108 (JEWCNTC1) THROUGH VAR110 (JEWCNTC3)] -- If has come into contact with Jews in a neighborhood, at work, or at stores - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (JEWCTCR)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest44123.4
1) 63033.4
2) 56329.9
3) Highest25213.4
Missing89 
TOTAL1886100.0
369) Political anxiety scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR3 (USPOWER), VAR4 (USPOWER2), VAR5 (USMORAL), VAR6 (COMMDANG), VAR28 (FREEDGON), VAR33 (SOCMOV)] -- Upset very much that the U.S. is losing power - score 1. The morals of this country are pretty bad and getting worse - score 1. The American Communists are a great danger - score 1. Agree that the federal government is taking away our basic freedom- score 1. Agree that this country has moved dangerously close to socialism - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (POLANXTY)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest41822.1
1) 52527.7
2) 45924.2
3) 32717.3
4) 1568.2
5) Highest90.5
Missing81 
TOTAL1894100.0
370) Jewish contact recode -- [RECODE OF VAR367 (JEWCNTSC)] (JEWCTCRE)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores (0 to 1)70237.5
2) Middle scores (2 to 3)62333.3
3) Highest scores (4 to 8)54629.2
Missing104 
TOTAL1871100.0
371) Political anxiety recode -- [RECODE OF VAR369 (POLANXTY)] (POLAXTY2)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest scores (0 to 1)94349.8
2) Middle scores (2 to 4)94249.7
3) Highest score (5)90.5
Missing81 
TOTAL1894100.0
372) John Birch types -- [DERIVED FROM VAR23 (JBOPIN), VAR27 (MEDCLAW)] (JBTYPE)
TOTAL%
1) Disagree that federal government should pass a law for medical care for old people and approve of the John Birch Society965.0
2) Agree or don't know that federal government should pass Medi-care bill and approve of John Birch Society1156.0
3) Disagree that federal government should pass Medicare bill and disapprove of John Birch Society1648.6
4) Agree or don't know that federal government should pass Medi-care bill and disapprove of John Birch Society52527.5
5) Disagree that federal government should pass Medicare bill and have never heard of or don't know about John Birch Society1729.0
6) Agree or don't know that federal government should pass Medi-care bill and have never heard of or don't know about John Birch Society83643.8
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
373) Region-education code -- [DERIVED FROM VAR314 (EDUCREC2) AND VAR329 (AREA)] (REDUCREC)
TOTAL%
1) From any region except the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Region and had no schooling through 8th grade32016.7
2) From any region except the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Region and had a high school education69636.4
3) From any Region except the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern region and had 1-3 years of college1588.3
4) From any Region except the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Regions and was a college graduate or post-graduate1337.0
5) From the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Regions and had no schooling through the 8th grade21611.3
6) From the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Regions and had a high school education26113.7
7) From the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Regions and had 1-3 years of college683.6
8) From the South Atlantic, East- and West- South Central, or Southern Regions and was a college graduate or post-graduate603.1
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
374) Father's occupation-head of household occupation index (FHEADOCC)
TOTAL%
1) Professional, semi-professional, managerial, clerical or sales and self-employed, employed full or part- time, laid off temporarily or out of a job28216.4
2) Craftsman, operative, laborer, service worker, or farm employee and self-employed, employed full- or part-time, laid off temporarily or out of a job38722.5
3) Professional, semiprofessional, managerial, clerical or sales and retired, housewife, student or military1388.0
4) Craftsman, operative, laborer, service worker, or farm employee and retired, housewife, student or military91653.2
Missing252 
TOTAL1723100.0
375) Extremism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR2 (UNFAVOPP), VAR4 (USPOWER2), VAR6 (COMMDANG), VAR28 (FREEDGON), VAR33 (SOCMOV)] -- Opposed to United Nations - score 1. Is greatly disturbed that U.S. is losing power - score 1. American Communists are a great danger to the U.S. - score 1. Agrees that Federal Government is taking away our basic freedoms - score 1. Agrees that this country has moved dangerously close to communism (EXTRINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest56529.8
1) 51227.0
2) 41121.7
3) 26313.9
4) 1146.0
5) Highest301.6
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
376) Anti-intellectualism scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR159 (SIMPANS), VAR161 (HORSSNSE), VAR192 (NONCONF)] -- Disagree that the answers to our country's problems are much simpler than the experts say - score 1. Disagree that a little practical experience is worth all the books put together - score 1. Disagree with don't like to hear a lot of arguments one disagrees with - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (AINTSCAL)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest683.6
1) 34018.0
2) 57230.3
3) 60332.0
4) 29615.7
5) Highest60.3
Missing90 
TOTAL1885100.0
377) Cultural diversity scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR37 (BEARDT), VAR38 (ASSIMF), VAR197 (SUSPDP)] -- Disagree that people with beards should not teach public schools - score 1. Disagree that foreigners should give up foreign ways for American ways - score 1. Am not suspicious of people who try to be different - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (CDSCALE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest30015.8
1) 48825.7
2) 58831.0
3) 36019.0
4) Highest1638.6
Missing76 
TOTAL1899100.0
378) Civil liberties scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR16 (FAVDLAW), VAR17 (PMLAW), VAR19 (FAVPLAW), VAR20 (PRESGOD2), VAR184 (ATHPUBO)] -- Agree with a law restricting free speech - score 1. Would like such a law restricting free speech - score 1. Agree with a law saying that the president must believe in God - score 1. Would like a law saying that the president must believe in God - score 1. Atheists should not be allowed to hold office - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (CLSCALE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest45323.8
1) 47625.1
2) 64433.9
3) Highest32717.2
Missing75 
TOTAL1900100.0
379) Distrust scale -- [DERIVED FROMVAR165 (ALTRUISM), VAR168 (PEPLBAD), VAR201 (TRUSTPPL)] -- Agree that people will go out of their way to help others - score 1. Disagree that all people have a vicious streak - score 1. Agree that people can be trusted - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (DISSCALE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest75239.4
1) 70637.0
2) 35918.8
3) Highest904.7
Missing68 
TOTAL1907100.0
380) Self-image scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR190 (WORRY), VAR191 (PROBSOL), VAR193 (OTHTHNK), VAR199 (LONELY), VAR200 (CRISISP)] -- Worry a lot - score 1. I cannot solve problems usually - score 1. I worry about what other people think of me - score 1. I often feel quite lonely - score 1. I tend to go to pieces in a crisis - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (SISCALE)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest65434.4
1) 59631.4
2) 35318.6
3) 1799.4
4) 894.7
5) Highest281.5
Missing76 
TOTAL1899100.0
381) High culture scale - writers and politicians -- [DERIVED FROM VAR302 (WRTINDX), VAR303 (POLINDX)] (HCSCALE)
TOTAL%
0) None673.5
1) One723.8
2) Two1357.1
3) Three1658.7
4) Four22311.8
5) Five28715.1
6) Six34118.0
7) Seven35818.9
8) Eight24713.0
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
382) Birch index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR 23 (JBOPIN), VAR375 (EXTRINDX)] -- Approve of John Birch Society - score 1. Score high on extremism scale - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (BRCHINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest159984.4
1) 23812.6
2) Highest583.1
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
383) Paranoia index (Antistatism) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR6 (COMMDANG), VAR28 (FREEDGON)] -- Agree that federal government is taking away our basic freedoms - score 1. Agree that our country has moved dangerously close to socialism - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (PARINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest82443.1
1) 53528.0
2) Highest55529.0
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
384) Internationalism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR2 (UNFAVOPP), VAR264 (NAMPLCY), VAR272 (COMMRLTN)] -- Agree that the war in Vietnam issue is important and agrees with Johnson - score 1. Agree with Johnson or don't know about the issue of relations with Communist countries - score 1. In favor of the United Nations - score 1. don't know, NA, refuse and not in favor of U.N. - score 2. All other answers - score 0. (INTINDX)
TOTAL%
1) Lowest42722.4
2) 72538.1
3) 70937.2
4) Highest442.3
Missing70 
TOTAL1905100.0
385) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Libertarian index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR16 (FAVDLAW), VAR17 (PMLAW), VAR19 (FAVPLAW), VAR20 (PRESGOD2), VAR184 (ATHPUBO)] -- In favor of restricting free speech - score 1. Would like to see a law restricting free speech - score 1. In favor of law restricting presidency to a man who believes in God - score 1. Would like to see law restricting presidency to a man who believes in God - score 1. An atheist should not be allowed to hold a public office - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (LIBINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest40321.1
1) 83643.7
2) 58030.3
3) Highest955.0
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
386) Welfare index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR27 (MEDCLAW), VAR29 (WELFCARE)] -- Disagree that most people on welfare could take care of themselves if they really wanted - score 1. Agree that Federal Government should pass a law providing medical care for old people - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (WELFINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest (Against welfare)34718.1
1) 96750.5
2) Highest (For welfare)60031.3
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
387) Civil rights index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR24 (NEGTDEM), VAR46 (SEGSCHL), VAR47 (INTERLAW)] -- White and Negro children should go to the same schools - score 1. There should be no laws against marriages between Negroes and whites - score 1. Negroes are not demanding more than they have a right to - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (CRINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest42122.0
1) 43722.8
2) 54728.6
3) Highest50926.6
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
388) Birch Index -- [RECODE OF VAR382 (BRCHINDX)] (BRCHIDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest183796.9
1) Highest583.1
Missing80 
TOTAL1895100.0
389) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Paranoia Index -- [RECODE OF VAR383 (PARINDX)] (PARINDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest135971.0
1) Highest55529.0
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
390) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Internationalism index -- [RECODE OF VAR384 (INTINDX)] (INTIDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest115261.9
1) Highest70938.1
Missing114 
TOTAL1861100.0
391) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Libertarian index -- [RECODE OF VAR385 (LIBINDX)] (LIBIDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest181995.0
1) Highest955.0
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
392) ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Civil rights index -- [RECODE OF VAR387 (CRINDX)] (CRINDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest140573.4
1) Highest50926.6
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
393) City-size index (CTYSIZE2)
TOTAL%
1) Small town to 9,99971637.7
2) Middle sized town 10,000-99,99962432.9
3) Large city 100,000 and over55729.4
Missing78 
TOTAL1897100.0
394) Respondent's education-spouse's education (RESPEDUC)
TOTAL%
0) Spouse had no more education than respondent115679.6
1) Had one year more24116.6
2) Had two years More412.8
3) Had three years more151.0
Missing522 
TOTAL1453100.0
395) Father's education-respondent's education (REFEDUC)
TOTAL%
2) Has 2 years more866.3
3) Has 3 years more101574.4
4) Has 4 or more years more26319.3
Missing611 
TOTAL1364100.0
396) Mother's and father's education (MFEDUC)
TOTAL%
0) Mother had no more education than father87868.4
1) Has 1 year more20315.8
2) Has 2 years more1189.2
3) Has 3 or more years more856.6
Missing691 
TOTAL1284100.0
397) Birch index - [DERIVED FROM VAR23 (JBOPIN), VAR375 (EXTRINDX)] -- Score highest (3 to 5) on extremism index - score 1. Approve somewhat of John Birch Society - score 1. Strongly approve of John Birch Society - score 2. All other answers - score 0. (JBINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest55962.4
1) 21924.4
2) 10611.8
3) Highest121.3
Missing1079 
TOTAL896100.0
398) Birch index (2) -- [RECODE OF VAR397 (JBINDX)] (JBINDX2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest77886.8
1) Highest11813.2
Missing1079 
TOTAL896100.0
399) Extremism index (Ultraextremism) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR2 (UNFAVOPP), VAR6 (COMMDANG)] -- Opposed to the United Nations - score 1. American communists are a very great danger to this country - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (EXUEINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest133578.4
1) 33419.6
2) Highest342.0
Missing272 
TOTAL1703100.0
400) Anti-Negro scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR24 (NEGTDEM), VAR25 (NEGFEEL), VAR46 (SEGSCHL), VAR47 (INTERLAW)] -- Negroes demanding more than they have a right to - score 1. Much less or somewhat less sympathetic to Negroes than a year ago - score 1. White and Negro children should attend separate but equal schools - score 1. There should be laws against marriages between Negroes and whites - score 1. (ANSCAL2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest27818.4
1) 36023.9
2) 36724.4
3) 28418.8
4) Highest21814.5
Missing468 
TOTAL1507100.0
401) Mass-media index - Read magazines fairly regularly - score 1. Read one magazine - score 1. Read two magazines - score 2. Read three or more magazines - score 3. Watch 3 or more hours of TV a day - score 1. Read a newspaper several days a week - score 1. Read a newspaper every day - score 2. Listen to news on radio or TV at least twice a week - score 1. (MASSMED)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest140.8
1) 1106.4
2) 1347.8
3) 22212.9
4) 30217.6
5) 28616.6
6) 26015.1
7) 27516.0
8) Highest1166.7
Missing256 
TOTAL1719100.0
402) Mass media index recode -- [RECODE OF VAR402 (MASSMED)] (MASSMED2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest48027.9
1) Highest123972.1
Missing256 
TOTAL1719100.0
403) Paranoia index (B) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR156 (PLOTS), VAR159 (SIMPANS), VAR168 (PEPLBAD), VAR197 (SUSPDP), VAR201 (TRUSTPPL)] -- Agree that our lives are controlled by secret plots - score 1. Agree that answers to our country's problems are much simpler than the experts say - score 1. Agree that all people have a vicious streak that comes out when given a chance - score 1. Agree that I am suspicious of people who try to be different - score 1. Most people can't be trusted - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (PARIDX2B)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest49826.0
1) 49225.7
2) 32116.8
3) 32817.1
4) 1648.6
5) Highest1105.8
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
404) Anti-civil libertarianism scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR16 (FAVDLAW), VAR17 (PMCLAW), VAR19 (FAVPLAW), VAR20 (PRESGOD2), VAR37 (BEARDT), VAR185 (ATHAUTH)] -- In favor of law restricting free speech - score 1. Would like to see such a law passed - score 1. In favor of law restricting presidency to a man who believes in God - score 1. Would like to see such a law passed - score 1. Agree that people with beards should not be allowed to teach in public schools - score 1. A book by an atheist should be removed from a public library - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (ACLSCL)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest48025.1
2) 49926.1
3) 43422.7
4) 743.9
5) 29315.3
6) Highest1337.0
Missing62 
TOTAL1913100.0
405) Nationalism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR38 (ASSIMF), VAR39 (AMGREAT), VAR194 (IMMSUCC)] -- Agree that foreigners should give up foreign ways - score 1. Agree that nothing can beat the American way of life - score 1. Bothers me to see immigrants succeeding more than Americans born here - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (NATINDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest28214.8
1) 45323.7
2) 86745.4
3) Highest30916.2
Missing64 
TOTAL1911100.0
406) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Political Anti-Semitism index -- [DERIVED FROM VAR10 (JEWCOMM), VAR73 (JPWRCHNG), VAR95 (JEWPOLC)] -- Agree that Jews more likely to be Communists than other Americans- score 1. Would vote for or it would make no difference if a man ran for Congress who declared himself being against Jews - score 1. Think Jews have too much power but nothing needs to be done about it - score 1. Think Jews have too much power and something should be done about it - score 2. All other answers - score 0. (POLANTIX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest93348.7
1) 65034.0
2) 22912.0
3) 975.1
4) Highest50.3
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
407) Political groups recode -- [RECODE OF VAR257 (PARTYAFF)] (POLGRPS)
TOTAL%
1) Republican51026.7
2) Independent - Republican1206.3
3) Independent - Won't choose1698.9
4) Independent - Democrat1668.7
5) Democrat94349.4
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
408) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- U.S. power index (Paranoia scale A) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR3 (USPOWER), VAR4 (USPOWER2), VAR24 (NEGTDEM), VAR28 (FREEDGON), VAR271 (SUPCTPWR)] -- Agree U.S. is losing power in the world - score 1. That is greatly disturbing - score 1. Agree that federal government is taking away our basic freedoms - score 1. The power of the Supreme Court issue is important and agree with Goldwater - score 1. Negroes are demanding more than they have a right to - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (USPWRIX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest59030.8
1) 57329.9
2) 34618.1
3) 19910.4
4) 1397.3
5) Highest673.5
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
409) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Religious power scale (A) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR35 (CATHPWR), VAR71 (JEWPOWER), VAR72 (JEWBUSP), VAR73 (JPWRCHNG)] -- Agree that Catholics are getting too much power in the U.S. - score 1. Agree that Jews have too much power in the U.S. - score 1. Agree that Jews have too much power in business - score 1. Agree that something should be done to take power away from the Jews - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (RELPWRSC)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest117661.4
1) 41121.5
2) 1849.6
3) 1045.4
4) Highest392.0
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
410) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Paranoia-power scale (B) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR3 (USPOWER), VAR28 (FREEDGON), VAR33 (SOCMOV)] -- Agree that U.S. has moved dangerously close to socialism - score 1. U.S. is losing power in the world - score 1. Agree that federal government is taking away our basic freedoms - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (PARPSC)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest71537.4
1) 50126.2
2) 41421.6
3) Highest28414.8
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
411) Monism scale -- [DERIVED FROM VAR155 (SEXCRPUN), VAR156 (PLOTS)] (MONISM)
TOTAL%
1) Sex criminals should be publicly whipped and our lives are controlled by secret plots34321.4
2) Sex criminals should be publicly whipped and our lives are not controlled by secret plots57836.1
3) Sex criminals should not be publicly whipped and our lives are controlled by secret plots1288.0
4) Sex criminals should not be publicly whipped and our lives are not controlled by secret plots55234.5
Missing374 
TOTAL1601100.0
412) Extremist syndrome index (Birchers) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR23 (JBOPIN), VAR31 (SUPCTOK), VAR32 (CHLEADCO), VAR409 (USPWRIX)] -- Scored high in paranoia index - score 1. Approve of John Birch Society - score 1. Supreme Court is not doing a good job - score 1. Church leaders are playing into the hands of the Communists - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (EXSYNIDX)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest67636.6
1) 38420.8
2) 27715.0
3) 25613.8
4) Highest25613.8
Missing126 
TOTAL1849100.0
413) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Extremist syndrome index (B) (Right wing, paranoids, and anti-Semites) -- [DERIVED FROM VAR320 (ANTSINDX), VAR383 (PARINDX), VAR385 (LIBINDX), VAR405 (ACLSCL)] -- Score high (2-5) in paranoia index - score 1. Score high (2-3) in anti-civil libertarianism scale - score 1. Score high in anti-Semitism scale - score 1. Score high in anti-libertarian index - score 1. All other answers - score 0. (EXSYNID2)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest22611.8
1) 36319.0
2) 31616.5
3) 43522.7
4) 34918.2
5) Highest22511.8
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
414) Extremist syndrome index -- [RECODE OF VAR413 (EXSYNIDX)] (EXSYN3)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest106057.3
1) Highest78942.7
Missing126 
TOTAL1849100.0
415) IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH -- Extremist syndrome index recode -- [RECODE OF VAR414 (EXSYNID2)] (EXSYN4)
TOTAL%
0) Lowest90547.3
1) Highest100952.7
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
416) Extremism typology -- [DERIVED FROM VAR413 (EXSYNIDX), VAR414 (EXSYNID2), VAR415 (EXSYN3), VAR416 (EXSYN4)] -- Extreme Birchers (Anti-Semites) - Score High in Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR413). Birch Supporters - Score High on Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR413) and Low on Extremist Syndrome index recode (VAR414). Anti-Semites, Not Birchers - Score Low on VAR415 and High on VAR416. Liberals - Score Low in Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR415 - VAR416). (EXTTYP)
TOTAL%
1) Extreme Birchers (Anti-Semites) - Score High in Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR413)49026.5
2) Birch Supporters - Score High on Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR413) and Low on Extremist Syndrome index recode (VAR414)29916.2
3) Anti-Semites, Not Birchers - Score Low on VAR415 and High on VAR416.47825.9
4) Liberals - Score Low in Extremist Syndrome Index (VAR415 - VAR416).58231.5
Missing126 
TOTAL1849100.0
417) Education-income category (EDINCCDE)
TOTAL%
1) No schooling through 8th grade and makes up to $4,99935919.7
2) 9th grade through postgraduate and makes up to $4,99941923.0
3) No schooling through 8th grade and makes $5,000 or more1407.7
4) 9th grade through postgraduate and makes $5,000 or more90149.5
Missing156 
TOTAL1819100.0
418) Occupation-income category (OCCINCCD)
TOTAL%
1) Craftsmen, operatives, laborers, service workers or farm managers and make up to $9,00065152.5
2) Craftsmen, operatives, laborers, service workers or farm managers and make $10,000 or more604.8
3) Professionals, semi-professionals, managers, clerical or sales workers and make up to $9,00034427.8
4) Professionals, semi-professionals, managers, clerical or sales workers and make $10,000 or more17614.2
5) Farm laborers and make up to $9,00080.6
Missing736 
TOTAL1239100.0
419) I-SEX: Respondent's sex (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) -- For use with on-line analysis (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male94948.1
2) Female102651.9
TOTAL1975100.0
420) I-RACE: Respondent's race (ASKED OF INTERVIEWERS) -- For use with on-line analysis (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White171787.0
2) Negro24412.4
3) Oriental40.2
4) Other90.5
Missing1 
TOTAL1974100.0
421) I-MARITAL: Are you single, married, divorced, separated, or widowed? -- For use with on-line analysis (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Single1507.6
2) Presently married and living with spouse154478.2
3) Separated462.3
4) Divorced603.0
5) Widowed1758.9
TOTAL1975100.0
422) I-RELIG: What is your religion? -- For use with on-line analysis (I-RELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant134167.9
2) Catholic51125.9
3) Jewish613.1
4) Other (Specify)130.7
5) None492.5
TOTAL1975100.0
423) I-PARTY: Political groups -- Recoded for use with on-line analysis (I-PARTY)
TOTAL%
1) Republican51026.7
2) Independent - Republican1206.3
3) Independent - Won't choose1698.9
4) Independent - Democrat1668.7
5) Democrat94349.4
Missing67 
TOTAL1908100.0
424) I-INCOME: Income of respondent -- Recoded for use with on-line analysis (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) To $4,99977942.8
2) $5,000 to $9,99970138.5
3) $10,000 to $14,99926914.8
4) Over $15,000713.9
Missing155 
TOTAL1820100.0
425) I-AGE: Age -- Recoded for use with on-line analysis (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) Under 34 years55929.2
2) 35 to 49 years60731.7
3) 50 and more years74839.1
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0
426) I-EDUC: Education recode -- Recoded for use with on-line analysis (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No schooling; through 8th grade53628.0
2) 9th through high school95750.1
3) 1 to 3 years of college22611.8
4) Graduate and postgraduate work19310.1
Missing63 
TOTAL1912100.0
427) I-REGION: ASKED IF RESPONDENT IS NOT JEWISH: North-South region -- For use with on-line analysis (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) South - Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, N. Carolina, Florida, Texas, W. Virginia, Oklahoma, Missouri47724.9
2) Deep South - Alabama, Georgia, S. Carolina, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi1387.2
3) All other states129967.9
Missing61 
TOTAL1914100.0