Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 2004

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All frequencies weighted by 459) WTFACTOR
1) ID (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1800892.41517.91
2) S1Q1 How long have you lived in the town (city, village) where you live now? (LIVEAREA)
TOTAL%
0) 0462.5
1) 1512.8
2) 2563.1
3) 3543
4) 4553
5) 5512.8
6) 6372.1
7) 7372.1
8) 8321.8
9) 9311.7
10) 10543
11) 11191.1
12) 12291.6
13) 1313.7
14) 14271.5
15) 15372.1
16) 16221.2
17) 1717.9
18) 18603.3
19) 19251.4
20) 20794.4
21) 21392.2
22) 22241.3
23) 23221.2
24) 24221.2
25) 25382.1
26) 26261.4
27) 27201.1
28) 28231.3
29) 2910.6
30) 30683.8
31) 31181
32) 32211.2
33) 33301.7
34) 3415.8
35) 35372.1
36) 36281.6
37) 37191.1
38) 3815.8
39) 3913.7
40) 40532.9
41) 4117.9
42) 42191.1
43) 43221.2
44) 44181
45) 45201.1
46) 46181
47) 4716.9
48) 4813.7
49) 4910.6
50) 50261.4
51) 519.5
52) 5211.6
53) 5316.9
54) 5410.6
55) 5515.8
56) 5611.6
57) 5716.9
58) 5814.8
59) 595.3
60) 6016.9
61) 616.3
62) 625.3
63) 635.3
64) 6414.8
65) 655.3
66) 664.2
67) 673.2
68) 689.5
69) 696.3
70) 7010.6
71) 715.3
72) 725.3
73) 739.5
74) 743.2
75) 756.3
76) 767.4
77) 773.2
78) 782.1
79) 792.1
80) 801.1
81) 812.1
82) 824.2
83) 831.1
84) 841.1
85) 852.1
86) 862.1
87) 871.1
88) 881.1
89) 892.1
90) 901.1
91) 911.1
98) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1804100.0
3) S1Q2 Have you ever lived outside of Northern Ireland for more than six months? (OUTOFNI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41322.9
2) No138777.1
TOTAL1800100.0
4) S1Q2a [ASK IF LIVED OUTSIDE OF NORTHERN IRELAND] Was that elsewhere in the United Kingdom? (ELSEUK)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from OUTOFNI138777.1
1) Yes24013.3
2) No1739.6
TOTAL1800100.0
5) S1Q2a [ASK IF LIVED OUTSIDE OF NORTHERN IRELAND] Was that in the Republic of Ireland? (ROIRELND)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from OUTOFNI138777.1
1) Yes713.9
2) No34219
TOTAL1800100.0
6) S1Q2a [ASK IF LIVED OUTSIDE OF NORTHERN IRELAND] Was that outside the British Isles? (OUTBISLE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from OUTOFNI138777
1) Yes1297.2
2) No28515.8
TOTAL1801100.0
7) S1Q3 Would you describe the place where you live as… (PLACELIV)
TOTAL%
1) A big city27615.3
2) The suburbs or outskirts of a big city20911.6
3) A small city or town74241.2
4) A country village28315.7
5) A farm or home in the country29016.1
TOTAL1800100.0
8) S1Q4 Looking back over the last year or so, would you say that Northern Ireland's economy has… (NIECON1)
TOTAL%
1) Got stronger67737.6
2) Got weaker29016.1
3) Stayed about the same73240.7
8) Don't know1015.6
TOTAL1800100.0
9) S1Q5 And looking back over the last ten years, would you say that Northern Irelands economy has… (NIECON2)
TOTAL%
1) Got stronger125269.6
2) Got weaker18210.1
3) Stayed about the same28415.8
8) Don't know814.5
TOTAL1799100.0
10) S1Q6 Looking back over the last year or so, would you say that your households income has… (HINCPAST)
TOTAL%
1) Fallen behind prices64235.6
2) Kept up with prices93652
3) Gone up by more than prices18110
8) Don't know422.3
TOTAL1801100.0
11) S1Q8 Does anyone have access to the internet or World Wide Web from this address? (INTWWW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes91450.8
2) No88549.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
12) S1Q9 Do you yourself ever use the internet or World Wide Web for any reason (other than your work)? (INTLEIS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes88249
2) No91851
TOTAL1800100.0
13) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Earning money should be the priority for a man rather than bringing up children. (MANEARN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree20111.2
2) Agree59733.1
3) Neither agree or disagree26114.5
4) Disagree62434.6
5) Strongly disagree1136.3
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
14) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Most workplaces expect so much of their employees that men can't get enough time to spend with their families. (NOTIME)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree20011.1
2) Agree107559.7
3) Neither agree or disagree18510.3
4) Disagree29616.4
5) Strongly disagree10.6
8) Don't know351.9
TOTAL1801100.0
15) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Many fathers choose to work such long hours that it damages family life. (LONGHOUR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18710.4
2) Agree111261.8
3) Neither agree or disagree20611.4
4) Disagree26014.4
5) Strongly disagree12.7
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1800100.0
16) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Society expects men to work longer hours than women work. (MENWLONG)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18710.4
2) Agree98554.7
3) Neither agree or disagree21511.9
4) Disagree38021.1
5) Strongly disagree181
8) Don't know15.8
TOTAL1800100.0
17) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Society expects fathers to be less involved than mothers in the upbringing of their children. (INVCHLDN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18710.4
2) Agree94952.7
3) Neither agree or disagree1377.6
4) Disagree48727.1
5) Strongly disagree301.7
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1800100.0
18) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Clinics for expectant mothers should also provide practical advice to fathers on caring for a baby. (CLINFATH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44224.6
2) Agree117065
3) Neither agree or disagree905
4) Disagree794.4
5) Strongly disagree6.3
8) Don't know13.7
TOTAL1800100.0
19) S2Q1 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Men can care for children just as well as women can. (MENCARE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28816
2) Agree100355.7
3) Neither agree or disagree1297.2
4) Disagree33818.8
5) Strongly disagree372.1
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1801100.0
20) S2Q2 How important or unimportant do you think it is that men should be entitled to those two weeks' paternity leave? (IMP2WKPL)
TOTAL%
1) Very important125569.7
2) Fairly important40722.6
3) Neither important nor unimportant543
4) Fairly unimportant603.3
5) Very unimportant14.8
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1800100.0
21) S2Q2A And how important or unimportant do you think it is that men should be entitled to two weeks' paternity leave at full pay? (PAY2WKPL)
TOTAL%
1) Very important132873.7
2) Fairly important34018.9
3) Neither important nor unimportant502.8
4) Fairly unimportant543
5) Very unimportant211.2
8) Don't know8.4
TOTAL1801100.0
22) S2Q3 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT PATERNITY LEAVE?] Employers put pressure on men not to take paternity leave. (NOPLEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1458.1
2) Agree76342.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree34018.9
4) Disagree25714.3
5) Strongly disagree281.6
8) Don't know26714.8
TOTAL1800100.0
23) S2Q3 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT PATERNITY LEAVE?] Men will not take paternity leave as they do not want to stay at home with their new baby. (NOPLSTAY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree301.7
2) Agree32217.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree32317.9
4) Disagree90350.1
5) Strongly disagree1387.7
8) Don't know854.7
TOTAL1801100.0
24) S2Q3 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT PATERNITY LEAVE?] Many families cannot afford for fathers to take paternity leave unless it is at full pay. (NOPLAFRD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree73240.7
2) Agree97654.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree422.3
4) Disagree362
8) Don't know13.7
TOTAL1799100.0
25) S2Q3 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT PATERNITY LEAVE?] Men don't ask for paternity leave because they don't want to create problems at work. (NOPLPROB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1347.4
2) Agree107359.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree25614.2
4) Disagree21912.2
5) Strongly disagree211.2
8) Don't know965.3
TOTAL1799100.0
26) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Childminder (CMINDER)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only6.3
2) Appropriate for women only92051.1
3) Appropriate for both men and women86648.1
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1801100.0
27) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Fire fighter (FFIGHTER)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only77142.8
2) Appropriate for women only10.6
3) Appropriate for both men and women101556.4
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
28) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Primary school teacher (PTEACHER)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only9.5
2) Appropriate for women only965.3
3) Appropriate for both men and women169394.1
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1800100.0
29) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Midwife (MIDWIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only4.2
2) Appropriate for women only107559.7
3) Appropriate for both men and women71739.8
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
30) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Soldier in front line action (SOLDIER)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only114063.3
2) Appropriate for women only1.1
3) Appropriate for both men and women64235.6
8) Don't know181
TOTAL1801100.0
31) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Staying at home to look after the children (STAYHOME)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only6.3
2) Appropriate for women only49427.4
3) Appropriate for both men and women129672
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
32) S2Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Priest or Minister (CLERGY)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only58032.2
2) Appropriate for women only5.3
3) Appropriate for both men and women119966.6
8) Don't know15.8
TOTAL1799100.0
33) S1Q4 [FOR EACH OF THESE JOBS, PLEASE SAY WHETHER YOU THINK IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MEN ONLY, APPROPRIATE FOR WOMEN ONLY, OR APPROPRIATE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN] Secretary (SECRETRY)
TOTAL%
1) Appropriate for men only5.3
2) Appropriate for women only35619.8
3) Appropriate for both men and women143679.7
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1801100.0
34) S2Q5 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] All secondary level schools should have special classes which teach boys and girls to respect and value each other. (CLASSRES)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree75742.1
2) Agree90150.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree734.1
4) Disagree603.3
5) Strongly disagree4.2
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
35) S2Q5 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] These days men are always being portrayed as being stupid on TV. (MENSTUP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree412.3
2) Agree35219.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree27815.4
4) Disagree93451.9
5) Strongly disagree1437.9
8) Don't know522.9
TOTAL1800100.0
36) S2Q5 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Family law upholds the rights of women more than men. (FAMLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22212.3
2) Agree89649.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree22112.3
4) Disagree36220.1
5) Strongly disagree15.8
8) Don't know844.7
TOTAL1800100.0
37) S2Q5 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It's easier for women to take on traditional male roles than the other way round. (WOMTRAD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1367.6
2) Agree101856.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree1629
4) Disagree43724.3
5) Strongly disagree211.2
8) Don't know261.4
TOTAL1800100.0
38) S2Q5 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Violence by women against men is more common than people think. (VIOLWMEN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26314.6
2) Agree115964.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1508.3
4) Disagree1136.3
5) Strongly disagree6.3
8) Don't know1096.1
TOTAL1800100.0
39) S2Q6 [SOME PEOPLE HAVE SAID THAT THERE SHOULD BE A HELPLINE LIKE THIS JUST FOR MEN. OTHER PEOPLE SAY THERE IS NO NEED.] What about you, do you think there should be a service like this? (HELPLINE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes102256.8
2) No26014.4
3) Yes, if there is also one for women41322.9
4) It depends673.7
8) Don't know382.1
TOTAL1800100.0
40) S2Q6A [SOME PEOPLE HAVE SAID THAT THERE SHOULD BE A HELPLINE LIKE THIS JUST FOR MEN. OTHER PEOPLE SAY THERE IS NO NEED.] And do you think that a helpline like this should be run by men only? (MENRUNHL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HELPLINE29816.6
1) Yes, definitely18310.2
2) Yes, probably30416.9
3) No, probably not68237.9
4) No, definitely not30516.9
8) Don't know281.6
TOTAL1800100.0
41) S2Q7 [THINKING ABOUT BOYS AND GIRLS AT SCHOOL, HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Schools should encourage girls to train for jobs which were traditionally men's jobs. (MENSJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28615.9
2) Agree103257.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree21712.1
4) Disagree23312.9
5) Strongly disagree231.3
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1800100.0
42) S2Q7 [THINKING ABOUT BOYS AND GIRLS AT SCHOOL, HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Schools should encourage boys to train for jobs which were traditionally women's jobs. (WMENSJOB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26314.6
2) Agree103157.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree22712.6
4) Disagree25214
5) Strongly disagree221.2
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1801100.0
43) S2Q7 [THINING ABOUT BOYS AND GIRLS AT SCHOOL, HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Qualifications are the most important thing to make progress in the world of work. (QUALWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree34619.2
2) Agree87648.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree1448
4) Disagree38521.4
5) Strongly disagree422.3
8) Don't know7.4
TOTAL1800100.0
44) S2Q8 [WOMEN WHO HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO SEEK HELP FROM THE HEALTH SERVICES AT AN EARLY STAGE. CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU THINK THIS IS A REASON WHY?] Men ignore minor health problems until they become more serious. (HPIGNORE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely110761.5
2) Yes, probably58832.7
3) No, probably not744.1
4) No, definitely not181
8) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1799100.0
45) S2Q8 [WOMEN WHO HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO SEEK HELP FROM THE HEALTH SERVICES AT AN EARLY STAGE. CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU THINK THIS IS A REASON WHY?] Men feel embarrassed about going to doctors and other health services. (HPEMBARR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely85947.7
2) Yes, probably73740.9
3) No, probably not1488.2
4) No, definitely not472.6
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1800100.0
46) S2Q8 [WOMEN WHO HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO SEEK HELP FROM THE HEALTH SERVICES AT AN EARLY STAGE. CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU THINK THIS IS A REASON WHY?] The health services are more geared towards women patients. (HSGEARWM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely1246.9
2) Yes, probably38821.6
3) No, probably not71439.7
4) No, definitely not54130.1
8) Don't know321.8
TOTAL1799100.0
47) S2Q8 [WOMEN WHO HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS ARE MORE LIKELY THAN MEN TO SEEK HELP FROM THE HEALTH SERVICES AT AN EARLY STAGE. CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU THINK THIS IS A REASON WHY?] Men find it more difficult than women to get appointments that fit in with work. (APPTTIME)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely26914.9
2) Yes, probably69538.6
3) No, probably not55430.8
4) No, definitely not22712.6
8) Don't know553.1
TOTAL1800100.0
48) S2Q9 And which of these do you think is the main reason that men don't seek help earlier? (HPMEN)
TOTAL%
1) Men ignore minor health problems until they become more serious.104758.2
2) Men feel embarrassed about going to doctors and other health services.61334.1
3) The health services are more geared towards women patients.16.9
4) Men find it more difficult than women to get appointments that fit in with work.935.2
5) Other reasons8.4
8) Don't know231.3
TOTAL1800100.0
49) S2Q10 Which of these statements comes closest to your own view about what should usually happen to the children after a separation? (SEPCHLDN)
TOTAL%
1) It should be assumed that the mother will do most of the parenting-unless there is a very good reason not to.36820.4
2) It should be assumed that both parents will share equally in the parenting-unless there is a very good reason not to.140277.9
3) It should be assumed that the father will do most of the parenting–unless there is a very good reason not to.11.6
4) Other7.4
8) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
50) S2Q11 And thinking about who the children will live with, and when the other parent can spend time with them, do you think that the couple should… (DECCHLDN)
TOTAL%
1) Try to work out an agreed arrangement between themselves150883.8
2) Use a mediation service to reach an agreement23112.8
3) Just use the legal system and the courts to get things decided422.3
4) Other7.4
8) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
51) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Son(s)/daughter(s) (HASCHILD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes128471.3
2) No51628.7
TOTAL1800100.0
52) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Parent(s) (HASPARNT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes104658.1
2) No75441.9
TOTAL1800100.0
53) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Grandparent(s) (HASGPAR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35219.6
2) No144880.4
TOTAL1800100.0
54) S3Q1[CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Grandchild(ren) (HASGCHLD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43224
2) No136876
TOTAL1800100.0
55) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Great-grandparent(s) (HASGGPAR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes201.1
2) No178098.9
TOTAL1800100.0
56) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] Great-grandchild(ren) (HASGGCHD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes412.3
2) No175997.7
TOTAL1800100.0
57) S3Q1 [CAN I ASK YOU, WHICH OF THESE TYPES OF RELATIVES DO YOU HAVE ALIVE AT THE MOMENT? PLEASE INCLUDE ADOPTIVE AND STEP-RELATIVES] None of these (HASNONE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1065.9
2) No169494.1
TOTAL1800100.0
58) S3Q2 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDCHILDREN] My grandchildren are a very rewarding part of my life. (GCREWARD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Agree strongly27515.3
2) Agree1417.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree7.4
4) Disagree7.4
5) Disagree strongly1.1
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1801100.0
59) S3Q2 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDCHILDREN] Now my own children have grown up I want a life that is free from too many family duties. (FREEDUTY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Agree strongly321.8
2) Agree1387.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree573.2
4) Disagree18110
5) Disagree strongly211.2
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1801100.0
60) S3Q2 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDCHILDREN] I have often put myself out to help look after my grandchildren. (GCHELP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Agree strongly915.1
2) Agree21311.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree271.5
4) Disagree854.7
5) Disagree strongly15.8
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1801100.0
61) S3Q2 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDCHILDREN] To help look after my grandchildren, I have had to cut down or give up work. (GCREDWRK)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Agree strongly7.4
2) Agree372.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree14.8
4) Disagree29316.3
5) Disagree strongly764.2
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
62) S3Q3 How many grandchildren do you have, including step-grandchildren? (NGCHILD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136875.9
1) 1804.4
2) 2744.1
3) 3432.4
4) 4522.9
5) 5402.2
6) 6281.6
7) 7191.1
8) 8241.3
9) 917.9
10) 1014.8
11) 1113.7
12) 12+301.7
TOTAL1802100.0
63) S3Q4 Age of grandchild selected (AGEGCHLD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136875.9
0) Baby < 6 months231.3
1) 1472.6
2) 2261.4
3) 3211.2
4) 4221.2
5) 5241.3
6) 6181
7) 7181
8) 8211.2
9) 911.6
10) 1016.9
11) 1115.8
12) 12181
13) 1316.9
14) 1412.7
15) 1514.8
16) 1617.9
17) 1712.7
18) 1813.7
19) 196.3
20) 204.2
21) 218.4
22) 226.3
23) 234.2
24) 243.2
25) 256.3
26) 262.1
27) 272.1
28) 281.1
29) 294.2
30) 305.3
31) 311.1
32) 323.2
33) 331.1
34) 341.1
35) 351.1
36) 361.1
39) 391.1
40) 401.1
43) 431.1
50) 502.1
98) Don't know5.3
99) Refused1.1
TOTAL1802100.0
64) S3Q4 Sex grandchild selected (SEXGCHLD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Male21411.9
2) Female21812.1
TOTAL1800100.0
65) S3Q4 Agegroup of grandchild selected (GROUP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) 0-31186.6
2) 4-7834.6
3) 8-12834.6
4) 13-15432.4
5) 16-25794.4
6) 26+241.3
7) Refused3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
66) S3Q5 Have you had any contact at all with him/her in the last two years? (CONGCHLD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes40922.7
2) No211.2
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
67) S3Q6 Some people would say they feel ‘close' to their grandchildren. Others would say they do not feel particularly ‘close'. What about you? Would you say you feel… (CLOSGCHD)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Very close to (name)28716
2) Fairly close975.4
3) Not very close211.2
4) Not close at all2.1
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1799100.0
68) S3Q7 May I just check, does (name) live in the same household as you? (GCLIVEU)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes12.7
2) No39722.1
TOTAL1800100.0
69) S3Q8 How often do you see (selected grandchild)? (SEEGCHLD)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCLIVEU12.7
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Daily834.6
2) At least several times a week1065.9
3) At least once a week774.3
4) At least once a fortnight271.5
5) At least once a month301.7
6) Several times a year522.9
7) Less often201.1
8) Never3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
70) S3Q9 About how long would it take you to get to where (selected grandchild) lives? (GCHDJRNY)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCLIVEU12.7
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Less than 15 minutes19010.5
2) Between 15 and 30 minutes844.7
3) Between 30 minutes and 1 hour412.3
4) Between 1 and 2 hours281.6
5) Between 2 and 3 hours8.4
6) Between 3 and 5 hours14.8
7) Between 5 and 12 hours181
8) Over 12 hours15.8
TOTAL1801100.0
71) S3Q10 How often do you have contact with him/her by telephone? (GCHDFONE)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCLIVEU12.7
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876.1
1) Daily442.4
2) At least several times a week693.8
3) At least once a week734.1
4) At least once a fortnight231.3
5) At least once a month271.5
6) Several times a year291.6
7) Less often341.9
8) Never965.3
TOTAL1798100.0
72) S3Q11 And how often in the past year has (name) spent time during the day with you, without his/her parents… (GCHDLONE)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCLIVEU12.7
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Often1719.5
2) Occasionally1367.6
3) Not at all in the past year905
TOTAL1800100.0
73) S3Q12 [PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR YOU HAVE…] given a present to, or received one from (selected grandchild) (GCGIFT)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more often181
2) Several times a month301.7
3) Every month or so1005.6
4) Every six months1779.8
5) Once in the last year663.7
6) Never in the past year181
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
74) S3Q12 [PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR YOU HAVE…] gone to a park or playground together without (selected grandchild) parents (GCPARK)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136875.9
1) Once a week or more often271.5
2) Several times a month341.9
3) Every month or so392.2
4) Every six months321.8
5) Once in the last year261.4
6) Never in the past year24913.8
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1802100.0
75) S3Q12 [PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR YOU HAVE…] gone out shopping, to the cinema, theatre, sports or other event together without (selected grandchild) parents (GCEVENT)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more often321.8
2) Several times a month432.4
3) Every month or so462.6
4) Every six months281.6
5) Once in the last year291.6
6) Never in the past year22512.5
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
76) S3Q12 [PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR YOU HAVE…] played indoor board or card games, or watched television or a video together without (selected grandchild) parents (GCGAME)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more often864.8
2) Several times a month532.9
3) Every month or so583.2
4) Every six months231.3
5) Once in the last year15.8
6) Never in the past year1719.5
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
77) S3Q12 [PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR YOU HAVE…] gone to visit relatives or friends together without (selected grandchild) parents (GCVISIT)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more often201.1
2) Several times a month372.1
3) Every month or so633.5
4) Every six months271.5
5) Once in the last year181
6) Never in the past year24113.4
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
78) S3Q13A [HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR HAVE YOU DONE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS FOR (SELECTED GRANDCHILD), INCLUDING THINGS TO HELP YOUR DAUGHTER OR SON?] helped with baby-sitting or child-care during the DAY (GCCARED)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGECHLD (over 12)1357.5
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more894.9
2) Several times a month301.7
3) Every month or so522.9
4) Every six months221.2
5) Once in the last year9.5
6) Never in the past year713.9
TOTAL1799100.0
79) S3Q13A [HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR HAVE YOU DONE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS FOR (SELECTED GRANDCHILD), INCLUDING THINGS TO HELP YOUR DAUGHTER OR SON?] helped with baby-sitting or child-care during the EVENING (GCCAREE)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGECHLD (over 12)1357.5
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more573.2
2) Several times a month372.1
3) Every month or so553.1
4) Every six months351.9
5) Once in the last year12.7
6) Never in the past year794.4
TOTAL1801100.0
80) S3Q13A [HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR HAVE YOU DONE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS FOR (SELECTED GRANDCHILD), INCLUDING THINGS TO HELP YOUR DAUGHTER OR SON?] taken (selected grandchild) to, or collected (selected grandchild) from nursery, play-group or school (GCCOLLCT)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGECHLD (over 12)1357.5
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more412.3
2) Several times a month201.1
3) Every month or so191.1
4) Every six months15.8
5) Once in the last year13.7
6) Never in the past year1639.1
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1800100.0
81) S3Q13A [HOW OFTEN, IF AT ALL, IN THE PAST YEAR HAVE YOU DONE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS FOR (SELECTED GRANDCHILD), INCLUDING THINGS TO HELP YOUR DAUGHTER OR SON?] cared for (selected grandchild) in the home, during an illness or after an accident (GCNURSE1)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGECHLD (over 12)1357.5
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Once a week or more14.8
2) Several times a month10.6
3) Every month or so16.9
4) Every six months191.1
5) Once in the last year281.6
6) Never in the past year18610.3
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
82) S3Q13B How often, if at all, in the past year have you cared for (selected grandchild) in the home, during an illness or after an accident? (GCNURSE2)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGECHLD (over 12)27415.2
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
2) Several times a month1.1
3) Every month or so2.1
4) Every six months4.2
5) Once in the last year8.4
6) Never in the past year1176.5
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1801100.0
83) S3Q14 Have you ever helped out (selected grandchild)'s parent(s) with money for (selected grandchild) or not? (GCMONEVR)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes, have helped out1699.4
2) Have not23513.1
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
84) S3Q15 In the past year, have you helped out (selected grandchild)'s parents with money for (selected grandchild)… (GCMONYR)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCMONEVR24013.3
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Often372.1
2) Occasionally1015.6
3) Not at all in the past year311.7
TOTAL1800100.0
85) S3Q16 Have you ever directly helped out (selected grandchild) with money, or with regular pocket-money or not? (GCPKTEVR)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes, have directly helped out1689.3
2) Have not23913.3
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1799100.0
86) S3Q17 In the past year, have you helped out (selected grandchild) directly with money, or with regular pocket-money… (GCPKTYR)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPKTEVR24013.3
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Often713.9
2) Occasionally784.3
3) Not at all in the past year191.1
TOTAL1799100.0
87) S3Q18 Some grandchildren as they grow older, may need advice on things. Have you ever given (selected grandchild) this sort of advice or not? (GCADVEVR)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from AGEGCHLD (under 4)1146.3
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes, have given advice1488.2
2) Have not1448
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
88) S3Q19 In the past year, have you given (selected grandchild) this sort of advice… (GCADVYR)
TOTAL%
-4) Skip from GCADVEVR1468.1
-3) Skip from AGEGCHLD (under 4)1146.3
-2) Skip from CONGCHLD231.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Often532.9
2) Occasionally874.8
3) Not at all in the past year8.4
TOTAL1799100.0
89) S3Q20 May I just check, are both (selected grandchild)'s own parents still living? (GCPARALV)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes (as far as I know)42023.3
3) No, father dead, mother living10.6
4) No, mother dead, father living1.1
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1801100.0
90) S3Q21 And are (selected grandchild)'s parents… (GCPARTOG)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from GCPARALV12.7
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Together35519.7
2) Separated402.2
3) Divorced191.1
4) Never together5.3
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
91) S3Q22 [AT THE TIME OF THE DEATH/BREAKUP, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPENED?] Did (selected grandchild) stay with you for some of the time (GCSEP1)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPARTOG36020
-2) Skip from GCPARALV2.1
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes281.6
2) No422.3
TOTAL1800100.0
92) S3Q22 [AT THE TIME OF THE DEATH/BREAKUP, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPENED?] Did you have more contact with (selected grandchild) (GCSEP2)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPARTOG36020
-2) Skip from GCPARALV2.1
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes311.7
2) No392.2
TOTAL1800100.0
93) S3Q22 [AT THE TIME OF THE DEATH/BREAKUP, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPENED?] Did you have less contact with (selected grandchild) (GCSEP3)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPARTOG36020
-2) Skip from GCPARALV2.1
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes9.5
2) No613.4
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
94) S3Q22 [AT THE TIME OF THE DEATH/BREAKUP, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPPENED?] Did it become more difficult to keep in contact with (selected grandchild) (GCSEP4)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPARTOG36020
-2) Skip from GCPARALV2.1
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes14.8
2) No553.1
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
95) S3Q22 [AT THE TIME OF THE DEATH/BREAKUP, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPENED?] Were you NOT allowed to see (selected grandchild) (GCSEP5)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from GCPARTOG36020
-2) Skip from GCPARALV2.1
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) Yes7.4
2) No633.5
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
96) S3Q23 Grandparent and parents do not always agree on how best to bring up children. Please say which applies to you and (selected grandchild)'s parents about (selected grandchild) (GCAGREE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) We have agreed about almost everything1377.6
2) We have agreed more often than not18110.1
3) We have disagreed more often than not211.2
4) We have disagreed about almost everything8.4
5) Upbringing has not really been discussed724
8) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1799100.0
97) S3Q24 When important decisions are being made that affect (selected grandchild), nowadays, do you usually have (GCSAY1)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from AGEGCHLD (over 15)1055.8
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) A big say12.7
2) Some say1176.5
3) Not a very big say794.4
4) No say at all1116.2
8) Don't know7.4
TOTAL1799100.0
98) S3Q25 When important decisions were being made that affected (selected grandchild), when he/she was younger did you feel you usually had… (GCSAY2)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from AGEGCHLD (under 15)33018.3
-1) Skip from HASGCHLD136876
1) A big say9.5
2) Some say211.2
3) Not a very big say291.6
4) No say at all412.3
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
99) S3Q26 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDPARENTS] My grandparents are an important part of my life. (GPIMP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGPAR144880.5
1) Agree strongly1297.2
2) Agree1719.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree16.9
4) Disagree301.7
5) Disagree strongly4.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1799100.0
100) S3Q26 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDPARENTS] I wouldn't see my grandparents as often as I do if I didn't have to. (GPNOTSEE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGPAR144880.5
1) Agree strongly6.3
2) Agree422.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree291.6
4) Disagree20111.2
5) Disagree strongly683.8
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1799100.0
101) S3Q26 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDPARENTS] My grandparents are not very interested in my life. (GPNOTINT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGPAR144880.4
1) Agree strongly9.5
2) Agree311.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree211.2
4) Disagree18410.2
5) Disagree strongly1065.9
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
102) S3Q26 [PLEASE TELL ME HOW MUCH YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT YOUR GRANDPARENTS] I don't see as much of my grandparents as they would like. (GPLIKE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HASGPAR144880.5
1) Agree strongly271.5
2) Agree19610.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree331.8
4) Disagree703.9
5) Disagree strongly221.2
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1799100.0
103) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] People today don't place enough value on the part grandparents play in family life. (GPVALUE)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly33218.4
2) Agree95753.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree1578.7
4) Disagree30817.1
5) Disagree strongly16.9
8) Don't know301.7
TOTAL1800100.0
104) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] In most families, grandparents should be closely involved in deciding how their grandchildren are brought up. (GPINVOLV)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly915.1
2) Agree46926
3) Neither agree nor disagree40722.6
4) Disagree74141.1
5) Disagree strongly844.7
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1801100.0
105) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] Grandparents have little to teach the grandchildren of today. (GPTEACH)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly261.4
2) Agree24613.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree1156.4
4) Disagree107659.8
5) Disagree strongly33218.4
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
106) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] Many parents today do not appreciate the help that grandparents give. (GPAPPREC)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly19510.8
2) Agree96053.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree19010.6
4) Disagree41323
5) Disagree strongly261.4
8) Don't know15.8
TOTAL1799100.0
107) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] Grandparents tend to interfere too much with the way their grandchildren are brought up. (GPINTERF)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly362
2) Agree38621.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree43023.9
4) Disagree83746.5
5) Disagree strongly804.4
8) Don't know321.8
TOTAL1801100.0
108) S3Q27 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT GRANDPARENTS?] With so many working mothers, families need grandparents to help more and more. (GPDEPEND)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly46225.7
2) Agree123068.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree573.2
4) Disagree412.3
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1799100.0
109) S3Q28 May I check, is there anyone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly whom you look after or give special help to (for examples, a sick, disabled or elderly relative, wife, husband, partner, child, friend)? (CAREHOME)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1297.2
2) No167092.8
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
110) S3Q29 What about people not living with you, do you provide some regular service or help for any sick, disabled, or elderly relative, friend or neighbor not living with you? (CARESEP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22312.4
2) No157787.6
TOTAL1800100.0
111) S3Q30 Now thinking of the person you mainly care for (that is the person you spend most hours per week caring for). Is that person… (CAREWHO)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Your husband or wife502.8
2) Your child or step-child351.9
3) Your foster child3.2
4) Your parent1256.9
5) Your parent-in-law221.2
6) Your grandparent311.7
7) Your brother or sister221.2
8) Another relative211.2
9) A friend or neighbor14.8
10) Other2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
112) S3Q32 And may I just check, is (person cared for) male or female? (CARESEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Male1186.6
2) Female20811.6
TOTAL1800100.0
113) S3Q33 What is his/her age? (CAREAGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) 1-1716.9
2) 18-2414.8
3) 25-34181
4) 35-4413.7
5) 45-54241.3
6) 55-64372.1
7) 65+20111.2
98) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
114) S3Q33 Age group of person cared for? (GRP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) 0-1716.9
2) 18-2414.8
3) 25-44311.7
4) 45-64613.4
5) 65-74532.9
6) 75+1508.3
TOTAL1799100.0
115) S3Q34 May I just check, does (person cared for) live with you? (CARELIVE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1256.9
2) No20111.2
TOTAL1800100.0
116) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARED FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Old age or frailty (CAREOAGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1277.1
2) No19911.1
TOTAL1800100.0
117) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARED FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Physical disability (CAREPDIS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1307.2
2) No19610.9
TOTAL1800100.0
118) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARED FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Physical illness (CAREPILL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes905
2) No23513.1
TOTAL1799100.0
119) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARED FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Learning disability (CARELDIS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes261.4
2) No30016.7
TOTAL1800100.0
120) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARED FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Mental illness (CAREMILL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes341.9
2) No29216.2
TOTAL1800100.0
121) S3Q35 [DOES (PERSON CARE FOR) NEED HELP AS A RESULT OF…] Don't know (NEEDDK)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes8.4
2) No31717.6
TOTAL1799100.0
122) S3Q36 Taking account of all the help you give, including travelling time, about how long do you spend looking after (person cared for) in an average week? (CAREHOUR)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) 0-2 hours per week482.7
2) 3-4 hours per week442.4
3) 5-9 hours per week583.2
4) 10-19 hours per week472.6
5) 20-29 hours per week271.5
6) 30-39 hours per week221.2
7) 40-59 hours per week9.5
8) 60 hours plus563.1
98) Don't know14.8
TOTAL1799100.0
123) S3Q37 And on how many days per week do you usually look after or help (person cared for)? (CAREDAYS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) One day per week442.4
2) Two days per week412.3
3) Three days per week351.9
4) Four days per week211.2
5) Five days per week7.4
6) Six days per week8.4
7) Seven days per week1618.9
8) Don't know8.4
TOTAL1799100.0
124) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Help with personal care (e.g., washing, dressing, eating, toilet) (DOCARE1)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1216.7
2) No20511.4
TOTAL1800100.0
125) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Physical help (e.g., helping in/out of bed/chair) (DOCARE2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes915.1
2) No23413
TOTAL1799100.0
126) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Helping up/down stairs (DOCARE3)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes492.7
2) No27715.4
TOTAL1800100.0
127) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Helping with paperwork/financial matters (DOCARE4)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1256.9
2) No20111.2
TOTAL1800100.0
128) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Practical help (e.g., shopping and housework) (DOCARE5)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes18610.3
2) No1407.8
TOTAL1800100.0
129) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Other practical help (e.g., gardening and decorating) (DOCARE6)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes915.1
2) No23513.1
TOTAL1800100.0
130) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Companionship (DOCARE7)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes22712.6
2) No995.5
TOTAL1800100.0
131) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Take him/her out (DOCARE8)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1639.1
2) No1629
TOTAL1799100.0
132) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Give medicine (DOCARE9)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes804.4
2) No24513.6
TOTAL1799100.0
133) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Supervision (DOCARE10)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
1) Yes1307.2
2) No19610.9
TOTAL1800100.0
134) S3Q38 [WHICH, IF ANY OF THESE THINGS DO YOU USUALLY DO FOR (PERSON CARED FOR)?] Other-specify (DOCARE11)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CAREHOME/CARESEP147481.9
2) No32618.1
TOTAL1800100.0
135) S4Q1 What about relations between Protestants and Catholics? Would you say they are better than they were 5 years ago, worse, or about the same now as then? (RLRELAGO)
TOTAL%
1) Better100255.6
2) Worse1327.3
3) About the same63035
4) Other (specify)7.4
8) Don't know301.7
TOTAL1801100.0
136) S4Q2 And what about in 5 years time? Do you think relations between Protestants and Catholics will be better than now, worse than now, or about the same as now? (RLRELFUT)
TOTAL%
1) Better100956.1
2) Worse703.9
3) About the same64635.9
4) Other (specify)11.6
8) Don't know643.6
TOTAL1800100.0
137) S4Q3 Do you think that religion will always make a difference to the way people feel about each other in Northern Ireland? (RELGALWY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes147481.9
2) No24313.5
3) Other301.7
8) Don't know532.9
TOTAL1800100.0
138) S4Q4 If you had a choice, would you prefer to live in a neighbourhood with people of only your own religion, or in a mixed-religion neighbourhood? (MXRLGNGH)
TOTAL%
1) Own religion only33318.5
2) Mixed-religion neighbourhood143279.6
3) Other191.1
8) Don't know15.8
TOTAL1799100.0
139) S4Q5 And if you were working and had to change your job, would you prefer a workplace with people of only your own religion, or a mixed-religion workplace? (MXRLGWRK)
TOTAL%
1) Own religion only1458.1
2) Mixed-religion workplace161689.8
3) Other191.1
8) Don't know201.1
TOTAL1800100.0
140) S4Q6 And if you were deciding where to send your children to school, would you prefer a school with children of only your own religion, or a mixed-religion school? (OWNMXSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Own religion only61434.1
2) Mixed-religion school110361.3
3) Other231.3
8) Don't know593.3
TOTAL1799100.0
141) S4Q8 Which of these best describes the way you think of yourself? (NINATID)
TOTAL%
1) British84847.1
2) Irish47726.5
3) Ulster522.9
4) Northern Irish37220.7
5) Other472.6
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1800100.0
142) S4Q9 Do you think most people in Northern Ireland would mind or not mind if a suitably qualified person of a different religion were appointed as their boss? (OBOSSRLG)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot18310.2
2) Would mind a little59332.9
3) Would not mind97153.9
8) Don't know532.9
TOTAL1800100.0
143) S4Q10 And you personally, would you mind or not mind? (SBOSSRLG)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot261.4
2) Would mind a little1035.7
3) Would not mind166292.3
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1801100.0
144) S4Q11 And do you think most people in Northern Ireland would mind or not mind if one of their close relatives were to marry someone of a different religion? (OMARRRLG)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot41122.8
2) Would mind a little77042.8
3) Would not mind58832.7
8) Don't know311.7
TOTAL1800100.0
145) S4Q12 And you personally, would you mind or not mind? (SMARRRLG)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot1146.3
2) Would mind a little29716.5
3) Would not mind137276.2
8) Don't know181
TOTAL1801100.0
146) S4Q13 Do you think most white people in Northern Ireland would mind or not mind if a suitably qualified person of Chinese origin were appointed as their boss? (OBOSSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot27015
2) Would mind a little72740.4
3) Would not mind74541.4
8) Don't know583.2
TOTAL1800100.0
147) S4Q14 And you personally? Would you mind or not mind? (SBOSSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot442.4
2) Would mind a little19210.7
3) Would not mind155186.2
8) Don't know13.7
TOTAL1800100.0
148) S4Q15 Do you think that most white people in Northern Ireland would mind or not mind if one of their close relatives were to marry a person of Chinese origin? (OMARRCH)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot32718.2
2) Would mind a little82145.6
3) Would not mind58232.3
8) Don't know703.9
TOTAL1800100.0
149) S4Q16 And you personally? Would you mind or not mind? (SMARRCH)
TOTAL%
1) Would mind a lot794.4
2) Would mind a little31817.7
3) Would not mind137276.2
8) Don't know311.7
TOTAL1800100.0
150) S4Q17 Has there been any time in the last year when you personally have felt intimidated by republican murals, kerb painting, or flags? (REPMURAL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34419.1
2) No144580.3
3) Other6.3
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
151) S4Q18 And has there been any time in the last year when you personally have felt annoyed by republican murals, kerb paintings, or flags? (REPMUR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes56231.2
2) No122768.2
3) Other8.4
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1800100.0
152) S4Q19 And has there been any time in the last year when you personally have felt intimidated by loyalist murals, kerb paintings, or flags? (LOYMURAL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43824.3
2) No135975.5
3) Other1.1
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
153) S4Q20 And has there been any time in the last year when you personally have felt annoyed by Loyalist murals, kerb paintings, or flags? (LOYMUR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes65236.2
2) No114463.5
3) Other2.1
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
154) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Catholics (EQNOW1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1377.6
2) No166392.4
TOTAL1800100.0
155) S4Q21[IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Protestants (EQNOW2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1568.7
2) No164491.3
TOTAL1800100.0
156) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Gays/lesbians/bisexuals (EQNOW3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes65136.2
2) No114963.8
TOTAL1800100.0
157) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Disabled (EQNOW4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63335.2
2) No116764.8
TOTAL1800100.0
158) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Elderly (EQNOW5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes56831.6
2) No123268.4
TOTAL1800100.0
159) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Travellers (EQNOW6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes59433
2) No120667
TOTAL1800100.0
160) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Other ethnic minorities (EQNOW7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes81145.1
2) No98954.9
TOTAL1800100.0
161) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Women (EQNOW8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes884.9
2) No171295.1
TOTAL1800100.0
162) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] Men (EQNOW9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes462.6
2) No175497.4
TOTAL1800100.0
163) S4Q21 [IN YOUR VIEW, ARE ANY OF THESE GROUPS GENERALLY TREATED UNFAIRLY WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER GROUPS?] NONE OF THE ABOVE (EQNONE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36120.1
2) No143979.9
TOTAL1800100.0
164) S4Q22 On future special occasions, what flag do you think should be flown outside public buildings? (WHATFLAG)
TOTAL%
1) Union flag72340.2
2) Irish tricolor241.3
3) Both the Union flag and the Irish tricolor1226.8
4) No flag at all43123.9
5) A new neutral flag for Northern Ireland43924.4
6) Other (specify)211.2
7) Don't care291.6
8) Don't know11.6
TOTAL1800100.0
165) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] Loyalist paramilitary flags on display in a mainly Protestant area (LOYFLAGP)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed137476.3
2) Should be allowed31017.2
3) It depends915.1
8) Don't know251.4
TOTAL1800100.0
166) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] Loyalist paramilitary flags on display in a mixed area (LOYFLAGM)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed168593.6
2) Should be allowed553.1
3) It depends392.2
8) Don't know211.2
TOTAL1800100.0
167) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] Republican paramilitary flags on display in a mainly Catholic area (REPFLAGC)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed142679.2
2) Should be allowed27415.2
3) It depends734.1
8) Don't know271.5
TOTAL1800100.0
168) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] Republican paramilitary flags on display in a mixed area (REPFLAGM)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed170794.8
2) Should be allowed442.4
3) It depends311.7
8) Don't know181
TOTAL1800100.0
169) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] The Union flag on display in a mainly Protestant area (UFLAGP)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed89649.8
2) Should be allowed71839.9
3) It depends1618.9
8) Don't know261.4
TOTAL1801100.0
170) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] The Union flag on display in a mixed area (UFLAGM)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed132573.7
2) Should be allowed29116.2
3) It depends1568.7
8) Don't know271.5
TOTAL1799100.0
171) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] The Irish tricolor on display in a mainly Catholic area (IFLAGC)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed120667
2) Should be allowed44024.5
3) It depends1226.8
8) Don't know311.7
TOTAL1799100.0
172) S4Q23 [THINKING OF THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS, CAN YOU TELL ME IF YOU PERSONALLY THINK THAT THE FLAGS SHOULD BE REMOVED OR SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO STAY?] The Irish tricolor on display in a mixed area (IFLAGM)
TOTAL%
1) Should be removed161289.5
2) Should be allowed754.2
3) It depends874.8
8) Don't know271.5
TOTAL1801100.0
173) S4Q24 [WORKPLACE] Think of your own workplace, would you say that it was a ‘neutral space'? (ISWKNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Always or most of the time104057.8
2) Sometimes713.9
3) Never321.8
4) It depends-specify3.2
5) Don't have a workplace64836
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
174) S4Q24A [WORKPLACE] Does it tend to have symbols of Protestant culture and traditions, Catholic culture and traditions or both? (WORKSYMB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from ISWKNEUT169694.2
1) Protestant culture or religion442.4
2) Catholic culture or religion311.7
3) Both231.3
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
175) S4Q25 [WORKPLACE] Do you think that it should be a neutral space? (SDWKNEUT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from ISWKNEUT64836
1) Yes111862.1
2) No16.9
3) Other9.5
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1800100.0
176) S4Q26 [NEIGHBORHOOD] And thinking of your neighbourhood where you live, would you say that it was a ‘neutral space'? (ISNGNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Always or most of the time122267.9
2) Sometimes34719.3
3) Never21712.1
4) It depends9.5
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
177) S4Q26A [NEIGHBORHOOD] Does it tend to have symbols of Protestant culture and traditions, Catholic culture and traditions or both? (NGHSYMB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from ISNGNEUT123668.7
1) Protestant culture or religion36720.4
2) Catholic culture or religion1719.5
3) Both201.1
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
178) S4Q27 [NEIGHBORHOOD] Do you think that it should be a neutral space? (SDNGNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes170594.7
2) No693.8
3) Other12.7
8) Don't know14.8
TOTAL1800100.0
179) S4Q28 [SHOPS] And thinking of the shops where you and your family do your main weekly shopping and the area around the shops, would you say that this was a ‘neutral space'? (ISSPNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Always or most of the time150083.3
2) Sometimes20211.2
3) Never905
4) It depends2.1
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
180) S4Q28A [SHOPS] Does it tend to have symbols of Protestant culture and traditions, Catholic culture and traditions or both? (SHOPNEUT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from ISSPNEUT150883.7
1) Protestant culture or religion18510.3
2) Catholic culture or religion844.7
3) Both211.2
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
181) S4Q29 [SHOPS] Do you think that it should be a neutral space? (SDSPNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes175897.6
2) No321.8
3) Other4.2
8) Don't know7.4
TOTAL1801100.0
182) S4Q30 [LOCAL SHOPS] And thinking of your local shops or garage where you might go to buy bread or milk, would you say that this was a ‘neutral space'? (ISLSNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Always or most of the time150483.6
2) Sometimes1769.8
3) Never1096.1
4) It depends5.3
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
183) S4Q30A [LOCAL SHOPS] Does it tend to have symbols of Protestant culture and traditions, Catholics culture and traditions or both? (LOCSSYMB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from ISLSNEUT151584.2
1) Protestant culture or religion1769.8
2) Catholic culture or religion955.3
3) Both13.7
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1800100.0
184) S4Q31 [LOCAL SHOPS] Do you think that it should be a neutral space? (SDLSNEUT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes175697.5
2) No362
3) Other4.2
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
185) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] Most farms in Northern Ireland are family-run businesses. (FQUIZ1)
TOTAL%
1) True165692
2) False713.9
8) Don't know734.1
TOTAL1800100.0
186) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] Most farms in Northern Ireland would not be profitable without subsidies. (FQUIZ2)
TOTAL%
1) True149883.2
2) False1226.8
8) Don't know18010
TOTAL1800100.0
187) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] Most farms in Northern Ireland produce more milk or meat etc. than they can actually sell. (FQUIZ3)
TOTAL%
1) True76942.7
2) False50728.2
8) Don't know52429.1
TOTAL1800100.0
188) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] Subsidies to Northern Ireland farmers will reduce over time from 2005 due to EU changes. (FQUIZ4)
TOTAL%
1) True103057.2
2) False1618.9
8) Don't know60933.8
TOTAL1800100.0
189) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] In Northern Ireland, farming is at least three times as important economically as it is in the UK as a whole. (FQUIZ5)
TOTAL%
1) True128671.4
2) False20211.2
8) Don't know31317.4
TOTAL1801100.0
190) S5Q1A [PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU THINK THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ARE TRUE OR FALSE.] The EU prevents dairy and meat products entering Northern Ireland that have been produced more cheaply in non-EU countries. (FQUIZ6)
TOTAL%
1) True69438.6
2) False55730.9
8) Don't know54930.5
TOTAL1800100.0
191) S5Q1B When a pint of milk is sold in a supermarket for 30p, how much of this do you think goes to the farmer? (FQUIZ7)
TOTAL%
1) 1 pence231.3
2) 2 pence864.8
3) 3 pence925.1
4) 4 pence482.7
5) 5 pence38221.2
6) 6 pence764.2
7) 7 pence824.6
8) 8 pence1005.6
9) 9 pence754.2
10) 10 pence45225.1
11) 11 pence7.4
12) 12 pence784.3
13) 13 pence4.2
14) 14 pence6.3
15) 15 pence1327.3
16) 16 pence5.3
17) 17 pence3.2
18) 18 pence6.3
19) 19 pence2.1
20) 20 pence452.5
25) 25 pence1.1
98) Don't know955.3
TOTAL1800100.0
192) S5Q2 Have you yourself visited the countryside or coast in the past year, for an outing of some sort, like a drive, a walk or a picnic, or to do something else? (VSTCNTRY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, once1327.3
2) Yes, twice or more134574.8
3) No30617
8) Don't know16.9
TOTAL1799100.0
193) S5Q3 When you visited the countryside in the past year, did you usually spend… (CARCNTRY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from VSTCNTRY32317.9
1) All the time in the car422.3
2) Almost all of the time1267
3) Only some of the time51028.3
4) Very little of the time65136.1
5) Did not use a car at all1377.6
6) Depends11.6
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1802100.0
194) S5Q4 Do you think the countryside generally is much the same as it was twenty years ago, or do you think it has changed? (CNT20YRS)
TOTAL%
1) Much the same37120.6
2) Changed a bit60333.5
3) Changed a lot74241.2
8) Don't know854.7
TOTAL1801100.0
195) S5Q5 Do you think the countryside generally has changed for the better or worse? (CNTRYBET)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CNT20YRS45525.3
1) Better25614.2
2) Worse60433.6
3) Better in some ways/worse in others46125.6
8) Don't know241.3
TOTAL1800100.0
196) S5Q6 Are you personally concerned about things that may happen to the countryside, or does it not concern you particularly? (CONCNTRY)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned53329.6
2) A bit concerned73841
3) Does not concern me particularly51528.6
8) Don't know13.7
TOTAL1799100.0
197) S5Q7 [WHICH, IF ANY, OF THESE THINGS DO YOU THINK IS THE GREATEST THREAT TO THE COUNTRYSIDE?] Greatest threat (CTHRT1)
TOTAL%
1) Litter and fly-tipping of rubbish64035.6
2) New housing and urban sprawl51228.5
3) Superstore and out-of-town shopping centers502.8
4) Building new roads and motorways382.1
5) Industrial development like factories, quarries and power stations925.1
6) Land and air pollution1478.2
7) Discharges into rivers and lakes1478.2
8) Changes to traditional ways of farming and of using farmland331.8
9) Changes to the ordinary natural appearance of the countryside362
10) The number of tourists and visitors in the countryside4.2
11) The disappearance of farms and farming families804.4
12) Other answer4.2
13) None of these16.9
TOTAL1799100.0
198) S5Q7 [WHICH, IF ANY, OF THESE THINGS DO YOU THINK IS THE GREATEST THREAT TO THE COUNTRYSIDE?] Next greatest threat (CTHRT2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from CTHRT116.9
1) Litter and fly-tipping of rubbish25714.3
2) New housing and urban sprawl27615.3
3) Superstore and out-of-town shopping centers1448
4) Building new roads and motorways1206.7
5) Industrial development like factories, quarries and power stations1548.6
6) Land and air pollution23813.2
7) Discharges into rivers and lakes31117.3
8) Changes to traditional ways of farming and of using farmland522.9
9) Changes to the ordinary natural appearance of the countryside683.8
10) The number of tourists and visitors in the countryside14.8
11) The disappearance of farms and farming families1377.6
12) Other answer4.2
13) None of these8.4
TOTAL1799100.0
199) S5Q8 Suppose it is discovered that some waste from a farm has begun leaking into a nearby river. Should the… (FARMWSTE)
TOTAL%
1) Farmer just be asked to do something about it55130.6
2) Farmer be heavily fined for every week it continues85947.7
3) Farm be shut down until he/she does something about it37120.6
8) Don't know191.1
TOTAL1800100.0
200) S5Q9,S5Q10 [LOOKING AFTER THE COUNTRYSIDE COSTS A GREAT DEAL OF MONEY. FROM THESE GROUP, PLEASE SAY WHICH SHOULD HAVE THE MOST RESPONSIBILITY FOR FOOTING THE BILL, AND WHICH THE NEXT MOST?] Most responsibility (PAYCNTY1)
TOTAL%
1) The general public through income tax and VAT72040
2) Everyone who lives in the countryside through their rates32017.8
3) Visitors and holidaymakers through fees and charges1689.3
4) The farming community through their profits21411.9
5) Other businesses and industries in the countryside, through their profits28916.1
6) None of these211.2
8) Don't know683.8
TOTAL1800100.0
201) S5Q9,S5Q10 [LOOKING AFTER THE COUNTRYSIDE COSTS A GREAT DEAL OF MONEY. FROM THESE GROUPS, PLEASE SAY WHICH SHOULD HAVE THE MOST RESPONSIBIILTIY FOR FOOTING THE BILL, AND WHICH THE NEXT MOST? (PAYCNTY2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from PAYCNTY1894.9
1) The general public through income tax and VAT22312.4
2) Everyone who lives in the countryside through their rates42723.7
3) Visitors and holidaymakers through fees and charges24313.5
4) The farming community through their profits28716
5) Other businesses and industries in the countryside, through their profits49227.3
6) None of these201.1
8) Don't know181
TOTAL1799100.0
202) S5Q11 Which, if any, of these things do you think is the greatest threat to farmers in Northern Ireland; if you think none of them is a threat, please say so. (FMTHREAT)
TOTAL%
1) New countries joining the European Union27615.3
2) Competition from the global food market57031.6
3) The cost of complying with EU regulations39021.7
4) The reduction in subsidies to farmers over time from 200537220.7
5) None of these362
8) Don't know1578.7
TOTAL1801100.0
203) S5Q12 Which of these three statements comes closest to your own view about who should pay the extra costs for making sure that our water supply is not affected by farming practices? (WTRQUAL)
TOTAL%
1) The farmers on their own20911.6
2) The farmers with financial support from the government105658.7
3) The government on its own48326.8
8) Don't know522.9
TOTAL1800100.0
204) S5Q13 If you had a free choice would you choose to live in… (CHSELIVE)
TOTAL%
1) …a big city1287.1
2) The suburbs or outskirts of a big city25314.1
3) A small city or town42923.8
4) A country village46425.8
5) Or, a farm or home in the country?51228.4
6) Other7.4
8) Don't know7.4
TOTAL1800100.0
205) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORTHERN IRELAND?] Traditional farming is too expensive a way to produce food these days. (VIEWFM1)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly1377.6
2) Agree80744.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree28015.6
4) Disagree36720.4
5) Disagree strongly392.2
8) Don't know1699.4
TOTAL1799100.0
206) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORHTERN IRLEAND?] Farms add to the beauty of the countryside. (VIEWFM2)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly33118.4
2) Agree116764.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree20111.2
4) Disagree884.9
5) Disagree strongly1.1
8) Don't know13.7
TOTAL1801100.0
207) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORHTERN IRELAND?] Farmers are subsidized far too much these days. (VIEWFM3)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly452.5
2) Agree35419.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree37220.7
4) Disagree69838.8
5) Disagree strongly1075.9
8) Don't know22412.4
TOTAL1800100.0
208) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORTHERN IRELAND?] Farms and farming families keep the countryside alive. (VIEWFM4)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly37520.8
2) Agree123368.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree1287.1
4) Disagree452.5
5) Disagree strongly1.1
8) Don't know191.1
TOTAL1801100.0
209) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORTHERN IRELAND?] Farming as a way of life should be allowed to die out in our society. (VIEWFM5)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly5.3
2) Agree673.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree653.6
4) Disagree98054.5
5) Disagree strongly66136.8
8) Don't know201.1
TOTAL1798100.0
210) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORTHERN IRELAND?] Northern Ireland farmers produce better quality safe food than that produced elsewhere. (VIEWFM6)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly27515.3
2) Agree92851.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree32017.8
4) Disagree1498.3
5) Disagree strongly5.3
8) Don't know1246.9
TOTAL1801100.0
211) S5Q14 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT FARMS AND FARMING IN NORTHERN IRELAND?] Farmers are just concerned with making money and don't care about the countryside. (VIEWFM7)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly11.6
2) Agree19811
3) Neither agree nor disagree26714.8
4) Disagree104958.2
5) Disagree strongly22812.7
8) Don't know482.7
TOTAL1801100.0
212) S5Q15 Which of these statements comes closest to your own view about the levels to which farmers in Northern Ireland should be subsidized? (FARMSUB)
TOTAL%
1) If farms in Northern Ireland cannot survive without subsidies then they should be forced to close or sell up just like any other business1166.4
2) Farming in Northern Ireland should be preserved at all costs40622.6
3) Farming in Northern Ireland should be subsidized to some degree to help farms survive- but not at any cost122968.3
8) Don't know482.7
TOTAL1799100.0
213) S5Q16 Which of these two statements comes closest to your own view? (ROLE4SUB)
TOTAL%
1) Farmers should have to take on new roles in return for government subsidies93852.1
2) Things should stay as they are and farmers should continue to be subsidized for the food production they do already77743.2
8) Don't know854.7
TOTAL1800100.0
214) S5Q17 If farmers had to do something else for their subsidies other than farming, which of these do you think would be the best thing for farmers to get subsidies for? (FARMELSE)
TOTAL%
1) Managing the countryside, eg maintaining the beauty of their farm buildings, walls and hedges, etc.41523.1
2) Protecting the environment and wildlife habitats of the countryside52829.3
3) Promoting the countryside to visitors18010
4) Developing their land to help with our waste and energy problems eg with filtering our sewage or generating electricity29316.3
5) Using their land in other ways that would generate income29516.4
6) None of these14.8
7) Other2.1
8) Don't know734.1
TOTAL1800100.0
215) S5Q18 A new landowner of a large estate in a beautiful part of Northern Ireland decides to fence off a remote part of his land to stop people visiting it. Should he or should he not have the right to do this? (FENCELND)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely should have the right41122.8
2) Probably should have the right64836
3) Probably should not have the right39021.7
4) Definitely should not have the right21011.7
5) It depends1186.6
8) Don't know241.3
TOTAL1801100.0
216) S5Q19 Suppose a rarely-used public footpath runs through farming land. Should the farmer be able to get it closed without a lot of fuss and bother? (PUBPATH1)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely should have the right18010
2) Probably should have the right56631.4
3) Probably should not have the right57632
4) Definitely should not have the right34118.9
5) It depends1156.4
8) Don't know221.2
TOTAL1800100.0
217) S5Q20 Now suppose the footpath is used quite a lot as a short cut for local people. But sometimes gates are left open and the farmer has had problems with livestock getting into the road. Should the farmer be able to get the footpath closed? (PUBPATH2)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely should have the right43524.2
2) Probably should have the right70339.1
3) Probably should not have the right34619.2
4) Definitely should not have the right18010
5) It depends1196.6
8) Don't know16.9
TOTAL1799100.0
218) S6Q1 Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a supporter of any one political party? (NISUPPTY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62734.8
2) No116364.6
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1800100.0
219) S6Q2 Do you think of yourself as a little closer to one political party than to others? (NICLSPTY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from NISUPPTY62734.8
1) Yes31417.4
2) No85347.4
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
220) S6Q3 [DO YOU THINK OF YOUSELF AS A LITTLE CLOSER TO ONE POLITICAL PARTY THAN TO OTHERS] Which one? (NIPTYID1)
TOTAL%
1) Conservative482.7
2) Labour603.3
3) Liberal Democrat15.8
4) Ulster Unionist Party (UUP)34018.9
5) Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP)29616.4
6) Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)27315.2
7) Alliance Party683.8
8) Sinn Fein1618.9
9) Progressive Unionist Party (PUP)3.2
11) Women Coalition17.9
15) Other Party201.1
16) None44524.7
17) Other answer432.4
98) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1801100.0
221) S6Q3A If there were a general election in which only Northern Ireland parties were standing, which one do you think you would be most likely to support? (NIPTYID3)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from NIPTYID1167893.2
4) Ulster Unionist Party (UUP)351.9
5) Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP)16.9
6) Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)16.9
7) Alliance Party14.8
8) Sinn Fein3.2
9) Progressive Unionist Party (PUP)1.1
11) Women's Coalition5.3
15) Other Party3.2
16) None261.4
17) Other answer2.1
98) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1801100.0
222) S6Q4 Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a unionist, a nationalist or neither? (UNINATID)
TOTAL%
1) Unionist70539.2
2) Nationalist40622.6
3) Neither66336.9
4) Other15.8
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1799100.0
223) S6Q5 Would you call yourself a very strong (unionist/nationalist), fairly strong, or not very strong? (UNINATST)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from UNINATID68838.2
1) Very strong1075.9
2) Fairly strong40722.6
3) Not very strong59633.1
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1800100.0
224) S6Q6 Do you think the long-term policy for Northern Ireland should be for it... (NIRELAND)
TOTAL%
1) To remain part of the United Kingdom105458.6
2) To reunify with the rest of Ireland39221.8
3) Independent state18810.4
4) Other392.2
8) Don't know1277.1
TOTAL1800100.0
225) S6Q6A If the majority of people in Northern Ireland ever voted to become part of a United Ireland do you think you… (FUTURE1)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from NIRELAND39221.8
1) Would find this almost impossible to accept1508.3
2) Would not like it, but could live with it if you had to65236.2
3) Would happily accept the wishes of the majority56431.3
8) Don't know422.3
TOTAL1800100.0
226) S6Q6B If the majority of people in Northern Ireland never voted to become part of a United Ireland do you think you… (FUTURE2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from NIRELAND105458.6
1) Would find this almost impossible to accept17.9
2) Would not like it, but could live with it if you had to21211.8
3) Would happily accept the wishes of the majority48026.7
8) Don't know372.1
TOTAL1800100.0
227) S6Q7 [THERE HAS BEEN MUCH DISCUSSION RECENTLY ABOUT WHETHER NORHTERN IRELAND SHOULD HAVE A TRUTH COMMISSION. HAVE YOU HEARD OF ANY OTHER TRUTH COMMISSIONS ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD?] (HRDTCOMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44124.5
2) No135975.5
TOTAL1800100.0
228) Q7 [THERE HAS BEEN MUCH DISCUSSION RECENTLY ABOUT WHETHER NORHTERN IRELAND SHOULD HAVE A TRUTH COMMISSION. HAVE YOU HEARD OF ANY OTHER TRUTH COMMISSIONS ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD?] (TCWHERE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HRDTCOMM135975.3
1) South Africa38721.4
2) Germany4.2
3) The Hague2.1
5) USA1.1
6) Bosnia3.2
7) Baltic Republics1.1
10) Jerusalem1.1
11) France2.1
12) Spain1.1
16) Africa11.6
17) South America2.1
18) Belfast1.1
20) Australia1.1
21) Eastern European Countries1.1
22) Uganda1.1
23) Nigeria2.1
24) Bloody Sunday1.1
25) Israel1.1
27) Strasburg1.1
28) Middle East, USA1.1
29) South Africa and a country in South America2.1
30) Bosnia, Croatia conflict war crimes were investigates1.1
31) England and the United Nations2.1
32) South Africa and Croatia2.1
33) South Africa and Bosnia1.1
34) South Africa and Rwanda2.1
99) Missing11.6
TOTAL1805100.0
229) S6Q8 How important or unimportant do you think it is that Northern Ireland should have a Truth Commission? (IMPNITC)
TOTAL%
1) Very important48727.1
2) Fairly important44024.5
3) Neither important nor unimportant31917.7
4) Fairly unimportant27315.2
5) Very unimportant23212.9
8) Don't know482.7
TOTAL1799100.0
230) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Having a Truth Commission would help clear the air about the past conflict (TCOMM1)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly1598.8
2) Agree60333.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree25214
4) Disagree59933.3
5) Disagree strongly1498.3
8) Don't know382.1
TOTAL1800100.0
231) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] You wouldn't necessarily get the truth from a Truth Commission (TCOMM2)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly48326.8
2) Agree103457.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1407.8
4) Disagree1065.9
5) Disagree strongly6.3
8) Don't know311.7
TOTAL1800100.0
232) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] A Truth Commission would help give a clean start to Northern Ireland's political future (TCOMM3)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly502.8
2) Agree48927.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree32317.9
4) Disagree72340.2
5) Disagree strongly1699.4
8) Don't know462.6
TOTAL1800100.0
233) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] There are more important things to spend public money on than a Truth Commission (TCOMM4)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly65136.2
2) Agree80044.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1397.7
4) Disagree18210.1
5) Disagree strongly11.6
8) Don't know17.9
TOTAL1800100.0
234) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] A Truth Commission would help make Northern Ireland a more peaceful and less divided society in years to come (TCOMM5)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly482.7
2) Agree41022.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree35920
4) Disagree70439.1
5) Disagree strongly21712.1
8) Don't know613.4
TOTAL1799100.0
235) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] There are better ways to deal with the past than with a Truth Commission (TCOMM6)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly29316.3
2) Agree87448.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree28916.1
4) Disagree22112.3
5) Disagree strongly9.5
8) Don't know1146.3
TOTAL1800100.0
236) S6Q9 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] A Truth Commission would be just an excuse to attack the government (TCOMM7)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly1206.7
2) Agree70939.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree37921.1
4) Disagree46225.7
5) Disagree strongly201.1
8) Don't know1106.1
TOTAL1800100.0
237) S6Q11 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION] what do you think should be its most important aim? (TCAIM1)
TOTAL%
1) To get at the truth50728.2
2) To punish people who committed criminal offences1608.9
3) To get compensation for victims472.6
4) To allow a line to be drawn under the past30316.8
5) To help communities become reconciled24513.6
6) As an opportunity for people to tell their stories251.4
7) To find out if some people or institutions abused their power543
8) To get healing and closure24513.6
9) To get the story straight about what happened during the conflict1236.8
10) Other12.7
98) Don't know794.4
TOTAL1800100.0
238) S6Q11 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION] and what should be the next important aim? (TCAIM2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from TCAIM1794.4
1) To get at the truth1749.7
2) To punish people who committed criminal offences1417.8
3) To get compensation for victims854.7
4) To allow a line to be drawn under the past31217.3
5) To help communities become reconciled33018.3
6) As an opportunity for people to tell their stories512.8
7) To find out if some people or institutions abused their power824.6
8) To get healing and closure38021.1
9) To get the story straight about what happened during the conflict1307.2
10) Other1.1
98) Don't know351.9
TOTAL1800100.0
239) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] The British Government (TCRUNBG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1538.5
2) No164791.5
TOTAL1800100.0
240) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] The Northern Ireland Assembly (TCRUNNIA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20511.4
2) No159588.6
TOTAL1800100.0
241) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] The Irish Government (TCRUNIG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes573.2
2) No174396.8
TOTAL1800100.0
242) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Victims' groups (TCRUNVG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1387.7
2) No166292.3
TOTAL1800100.0
243) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] International organizations like the United Nations (TCRUNUN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes85847.7
2) No94252.3
TOTAL1800100.0
244) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Loyalist organizations (TCRUNLO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9.5
2) No179199.5
TOTAL1800100.0
245) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Republican organizations (TCRUNRO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11.6
2) No178999.4
TOTAL1800100.0
246) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Judges (TCRUNJUD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes935.2
2) No170794.8
TOTAL1800100.0
247) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] The Churches (TCRUNCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22012.2
2) No158087.8
TOTAL1800100.0
248) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Community Groups (TCRUNCGG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1669.2
2) No163490.8
TOTAL1800100.0
249) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Ordinary people (TCRUNOP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44124.5
2) No135975.5
TOTAL1800100.0
250) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] None of these (TCRUNNON)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1025.7
2) No169894.3
TOTAL1800100.0
251) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Other (TCRUNOTH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes191.1
2) No178198.9
TOTAL1800100.0
252) S6Q12 [IF THERE WAS TO BE A TRUTH COMMISSION, WHICH OF THESE DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK SHOULD BE TRUSTED TO RUN IT?] Don't know (TCRUNDK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1498.3
2) No165191.7
TOTAL1800100.0
253) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Republican organizations (B4TCRO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes155686.4
2) No24413.6
TOTAL1800100.0
254) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Loyalist Organizations (B4TCLO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes153985.5
2) No26114.5
TOTAL1800100.0
255) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] The British Government (B4TCBG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes129672
2) No50428
TOTAL1800100.0
256) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] The Irish Government (B4TCIG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes123968.8
2) No56131.2
TOTAL1800100.0
257) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] The Army (B4TCARMY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes120867.1
2) No59232.9
TOTAL1800100.0
258) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] The Police (B4TCPSNI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes123668.7
2) No56431.3
TOTAL1800100.0
259) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Politicians from Northern Ireland (B4TCPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes129071.7
2) No51028.3
TOTAL1800100.0
260) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Judges (B4TCJUDG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes100655.9
2) No79444.1
TOTAL1800100.0
261) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Journalists (B4TCJOUR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes101656.4
2) No78443.6
TOTAL1800100.0
262) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] The churches (B4TCCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes99055
2) No81045
TOTAL1800100.0
263) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] All of these (B4TCALL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes92251.2
2) No87848.8
TOTAL1800100.0
264) S6Q13 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] Don't know (B4TCDK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1196.6
2) No168193.4
TOTAL1800100.0
265) S6Q13OT1 [AND WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE CALLED BEFORE THE TRUTH COMMISSION TO ACCOUNT FOR THEIR ACTIONS IN THE PAST?] And what other group should be called before the Truth Commission to account for their actions in the past? (B4TCOTH)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from B4TCDK1196.6
1) Yes522.9
2) No162990.5
TOTAL1800100.0
266) S6Q14 How much do you agree or disagree that there should be an amnesty - that is freedom from prosecution for all past actions, including killings - for anyone who gives evidence to a Truth Commission? (TCAMNSTY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree784.3
2) Agree27715.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree26814.9
4) Disagree53029.4
5) Strongly disagree56231.2
8) Don't know854.7
TOTAL1800100.0
267) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] People injured in the conflict (TCQINJ)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44724.8
2) No135375.2
TOTAL1800100.0
268) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Relatives of people killed or injured in the conflict (TCQREL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes51528.6
2) No128571.4
TOTAL1800100.0
269) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Ex-prisoners (TCQEXP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes985.4
2) No170294.6
TOTAL1800100.0
270) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Police or prison officers (TCQPPO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1729.6
2) No162890.4
TOTAL1800100.0
271) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Army personnel (TCQARMY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1327.3
2) No166892.7
TOTAL1800100.0
272) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Representatives of Loyalist organizations (TCQLO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1629
2) No163891
TOTAL1800100.0
273) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Representatives of Republican organizations (TCQRO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1608.9
2) No164091.1
TOTAL1800100.0
274) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Human Rights organizations (TCQHRO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23212.9
2) No156887.1
TOTAL1800100.0
275) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Victims' groups (TCQVG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31717.6
2) No148382.4
TOTAL1800100.0
276) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Anyone who feels that they have unanswered questions about the conflict that the Truth Commission should investigate (TCQANY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes53229.6
2) No126870.4
TOTAL1800100.0
277) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] All of these (TCQALL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes78043.3
2) No102056.7
TOTAL1800100.0
278) S6Q15 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Don't know (TCQDK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1126.2
2) No168893.8
TOTAL1800100.0
279) S6Q15OT1 [WHICH OF THESE SHOULD BE INVITED TO BRING QUESTIONS TO A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Any other group which should be invited to bring questions to a Truth Commission? (TCQOTH)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from TCQDK1126.2
1) Yes211.2
2) No166792.6
TOTAL1800100.0
280) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Get apologies from those who did wrong (TCHOPE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54330.2
2) No125769.8
TOTAL1800100.0
281) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Clean up any institutions shown to be corrupt (TCHOPE2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes67437.4
2) No112662.6
TOTAL1800100.0
282) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Get criminal convictions for those who did wrong (TCHOPE3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes68438
2) No111662
TOTAL1800100.0
283) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Make state institutions more accountable (TCHOPE4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52128.9
2) No127971.1
TOTAL1800100.0
284) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Uncover the truth (TCHOPE5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes91851
2) No88249
TOTAL1800100.0
285) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Get healing for victims (TCHOPE6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes73340.7
2) No106759.3
TOTAL1800100.0
286) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Promote peace and reconciliation (TCHOPE7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes111862.1
2) No68237.9
TOTAL1800100.0
287) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] All of these (TCHOPEAL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31417.4
2) No148682.6
TOTAL1800100.0
288) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] No hopes (TCHOPENO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1136.3
2) No168793.7
TOTAL1800100.0
289) S6Q16 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Don't know (TCHOPEDK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1055.8
2) No169594.2
TOTAL1800100.0
290) S6Q16OT1 [WHAT HOPES, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Any other hopes you would yourself have about a Truth Commission? (TCHOPEOT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from TCHOPENO/TCHOPEDK21812.1
1) Yes543
2) No152884.9
TOTAL1800100.0
291) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Allow the guilty to go free (TCFEAR1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes69138.4
2) No110961.6
TOTAL1800100.0
292) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Be one-sided (TCFEAR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes67237.3
2) No112862.7
TOTAL1800100.0
293) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Cause more damage than good (TCFEAR3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes80744.8
2) No99355.2
TOTAL1800100.0
294) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Undermine faith in our existing institutions (TCFEAR4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40522.5
2) No139577.5
TOTAL1800100.0
295) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Create greater tension (TCFEAR5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes80144.5
2) No99955.5
TOTAL1800100.0
296) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Start people fighting again (TCFEAR6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes73540.8
2) No106559.2
TOTAL1800100.0
297) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Be a waste of money (TCFEAR7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes94052.2
2) No86047.8
TOTAL1800100.0
298) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] All of these (TCFEARAL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes26814.9
2) No153285.1
TOTAL1800100.0
299) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] No fears (TCFEARNO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes945.2
2) No170694.8
TOTAL1800100.0
300) S6Q17 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Don't know (TCFEARDK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes925.1
2) No170894.9
TOTAL1800100.0
301) S6Q17OT1 [AND WHAT FEARS, IF ANY, WOULD YOU YOURSELF HAVE ABOUT A TRUTH COMMISSION?] Any other fears you would yourself have about a Truth Commission? (TCFEAROT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from TCFEARNO/TCFEARDK18710.4
1) Yes382.1
2) No157587.5
TOTAL1800100.0
302) S6Q18 [THINKING ABOUT HOW A TRUTH COMMISSION WOULD ACTUALLY WORK, WOULD YOU SAY THAT IT WAS NECESSARY OR UNNECESSARY THAT…] The Truth Commission should be held in public. (TCPUBLIC)
TOTAL%
1) Necessary147181.7
2) Unnecessary26114.5
8) Don't know683.8
TOTAL1800100.0
303) S6Q18 [THINKING ABOUT HOW A TRUTH COMMISSION WOULD ACTUALLY WORK, WOULD YOU SAY THAT IT WAS NECESSARY OR UNNECESSARY THAT…] Members of the Truth Commission should travel around and talk to people in the community. (TCTRAVEL)
TOTAL%
1) Necessary149282.9
2) Unnecessary23613.1
8) Don't know724
TOTAL1800100.0
304) S6Q18 [THINKING ABOUT HOW A TRUTH COMMISSION WOULD ACTUALLY WORK, WOULD YOU SAY THAT IT WAS NECESSARY OR UNNECESSARY THAT…] Ordinary people should get to decide who runs the Truth Commission. (TCDECIDE)
TOTAL%
1) Necessary136675.8
2) Unnecessary34619.2
8) Don't know894.9
TOTAL1801100.0
305) S6Q18 [THINKING ABOUT HOW A TRUTH COMMISSION WOULD ACTUALLY WORK, WOULD YOU SAY THAT IT WAS NECESSARY OR UNNECESSARY THAT…] The Truth Commission should have powers like a court so that if they were called, people would HAVE to appear. (TCAPPEAR)
TOTAL%
1) Necessary139077.3
2) Unnecessary31717.6
8) Don't know925.1
TOTAL1799100.0
306) S6Q18 [THINKING ABOUT HOW A TRUTH COMMISSION WOULD ACTUALLY WORK, WOULD YOU SAY THAT IT WAS NECESSARY OR UNNECESSARY THAT…] The Truth Commission should be an outside body independent from anyone involved in the conflict. (TCIND)
TOTAL%
1) Necessary155286.2
2) Unnecessary1719.5
8) Don't know774.3
TOTAL1800100.0
307) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] More public inquiries (MOREPUBI)
TOTAL%
1) Very important36520.3
2) Fairly important42023.3
3) Neither important nor unimportant30516.9
4) Fairly unimportant32217.9
5) Very unimportant32918.3
8) Don't know593.3
TOTAL1800100.0
308) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] Public apologies from those who did wrong (PUBAPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Very important56531.4
2) Fairly important51328.5
3) Neither important nor unimportant31717.6
4) Fairly unimportant20611.4
5) Very unimportant1568.7
8) Don't know432.4
TOTAL1800100.0
309) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] More Police Investigations and prosecutions (MOREPOLI)
TOTAL%
1) Very important57431.9
2) Fairly important62134.5
3) Neither important nor unimportant27215.1
4) Fairly unimportant18910.5
5) Very unimportant864.8
8) Don't know593.3
TOTAL1801100.0
310) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] A process for people to tell their stories (STORIES)
TOTAL%
1) Very important47626.5
2) Fairly important76142.3
3) Neither important nor unimportant31117.3
4) Fairly unimportant1478.2
5) Very unimportant623.4
8) Don't know412.3
TOTAL1798100.0
311) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] Memorials or centres of remembrance (MEMVICT2)
TOTAL%
1) Very important24913.8
2) Fairly important56231.2
3) Neither important nor unimportant43224
4) Fairly unimportant34319.1
5) Very unimportant1769.8
8) Don't know372.1
TOTAL1799100.0
312) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] Support for victims (SUPPVICT)
TOTAL%
1) Very important80244.6
2) Fairly important77843.2
3) Neither important nor unimportant1226.8
4) Fairly unimportant452.5
5) Very unimportant231.3
8) Don't know291.6
TOTAL1799100.0
313) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] More compensation (MORECOMP)
TOTAL%
1) Very important30416.9
2) Fairly important62634.8
3) Neither important nor unimportant43524.2
4) Fairly unimportant28215.7
5) Very unimportant1065.9
8) Don't know472.6
TOTAL1800100.0
314) S6Q19 [PLEASE SAY HOW IMPORTANT OR UNIMPORTANT YOU THINK IT IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS HAPPEN.] Initiatives within communities to help people come to terms with the past (TERMPAST)
TOTAL%
1) Very important71839.9
2) Fairly important82645.9
3) Neither important nor unimportant1297.2
4) Fairly unimportant633.5
5) Very unimportant271.5
8) Don't know372.1
TOTAL1800100.0
315) S6Q20 In some countries, one thing that might be done after the conflict is to set up a team within the police whose job it is to investigate all the unsolved killings that happened during the conflict. Do you think this would be a good idea for Northern Ireland? (POLTEAM)
TOTAL%
1) Good idea104958.3
2) Bad idea44824.9
8) (Don't know)30316.8
TOTAL1800100.0
316) Q22 Looking back at "the troubles" now, who do you think was primarily responsible for the conflict? (RESPCONF)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL180042.9342.79
317) S6Q22 Overall do you consider yourself to have been a victim of the troubles? (VTROUBLE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39121.7
2) No139977.7
8) Don't know3.2
9) Refused7.4
TOTAL1800100.0
318) S6Q23 Were any of your family or close relatives killed or injured because of the violence? (FAMINJ)
TOTAL%
1) Yes46525.8
2) No132373.5
8) Don't know3.2
9) Refused10.6
TOTAL1801100.0
319) S6Q24 Did you know anyone (not family or relatives) who was killed or injured in the violence? (ELSEINJ)
TOTAL%
1) Yes111361.8
2) No67337.4
8) Don't know2.1
9) Refused13.7
TOTAL1801100.0
320) S6Q25 Were you a victim of any conflict-related violent incidents? (VVIOLENT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28615.9
2) No150283.4
8) Don't know3.2
9) Refused9.5
TOTAL1800100.0
321) S6Q26 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT VICTIMS OF THE TROUBLES?] All those people who were KILLED or INJURED as a result of the conflict should be seen as victims equally no matter whether they were paramilitaries or members of the security forces. (VALLKILL)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly25914.4
2) Agree60533.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree1508.3
4) Disagree44024.4
5) Disagree strongly31617.5
8) Don't know311.7
TOTAL1801100.0
322) S6Q26 [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH EACH OF THESE STATEMENTS ABOUT VICTIMS OF THE TROUBLES?] All those people who were bereaved as a result of the conflict should be treated equally no matter whether their loved ones were paramilitaries or members of the security forces. (VABEREAV)
TOTAL%
1) Agree strongly29416.3
2) Agree88449.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree20511.4
4) Disagree26914.9
5) Disagree strongly1216.7
8) Don't know271.5
TOTAL1800100.0
323) S7Q1 Housing tenure (TENSHORT)
TOTAL%
1) Own - outright64635.9
2) Own - buying on mortgage68438
3) Own - buying on Co-ownership Scheme7.4
4) Rent - Housing Executive24613.7
5) Rent - Housing Association271.5
6) Rent - Private Landlord1448
7) Other372.1
8) Don't know9.5
TOTAL1800100.0
324) S7Q2 Number in household (HOUSEHLD)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent only24813.8
2) 252629.2
3) 335919.9
4) 437520.8
5) 519010.5
6) 6432.4
7) 7382.1
8) 8221.2
TOTAL1801100.0
325) S7Q2B Age - Respondent (RAGE)
TOTAL%
18) 18432.4
19) 19351.9
20) 20623.4
21) 21422.3
22) 22301.7
23) 23351.9
24) 24261.4
25) 25231.3
26) 2615.8
27) 27201.1
28) 28241.3
29) 2914.8
30) 30271.5
31) 31191.1
32) 32291.6
33) 33201.1
34) 34261.4
35) 35382.1
36) 36311.7
37) 37362
38) 38392.2
39) 39301.7
40) 40331.8
41) 41442.4
42) 42392.2
43) 43372
44) 44251.4
45) 45281.6
46) 46392.2
47) 47362
48) 48261.4
49) 49331.8
50) 50351.9
51) 51291.6
52) 52291.6
53) 53382.1
54) 54231.3
55) 55392.2
56) 56442.4
57) 57442.4
58) 58291.6
59) 59301.7
60) 60301.7
61) 61321.8
62) 62281.6
63) 6315.8
64) 64281.6
65) 65291.6
66) 66181
67) 67251.4
68) 6816.9
69) 69201.1
70) 70271.5
71) 7117.9
72) 72211.2
73) 73191.1
74) 74181
75) 7514.8
76) 7614.8
77) 7711.6
78) 785.3
79) 798.4
80) 8014.8
81) 819.5
82) 829.5
83) 837.4
84) 842.1
85) 855.3
86) 865.3
87) 871.1
88) 882.1
89) 893.2
90) 902.1
91) 911.1
92) 922.1
93) 931.1
99) Refused3.2
TOTAL1805100.0
326) S7Q2B Age - Person 2 (P2AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD24813.7
0) Baby less than 6 months2.1
1) 14.2
2) 22.1
3) 32.1
4) 43.2
5) 56.3
6) 65.3
7) 73.2
8) 83.2
9) 93.2
10) 103.2
11) 111.1
12) 124.2
13) 135.3
14) 144.2
15) 155.3
16) 166.3
17) 177.4
18) 1816.9
19) 19191.1
20) 20241.3
21) 21281.6
22) 2212.7
23) 23191.1
24) 24191.1
25) 258.4
26) 26211.2
27) 2715.8
28) 2815.8
29) 297.4
30) 3013.7
31) 31261.4
32) 32221.2
33) 33201.1
34) 3417.9
35) 35291.6
36) 36311.7
37) 37261.4
38) 38231.3
39) 39281.6
40) 40382.1
41) 41281.6
42) 42231.3
43) 43402.2
44) 44301.7
45) 45472.6
46) 46251.4
47) 47522.9
48) 48281.6
49) 49392.2
50) 50422.3
51) 51271.5
52) 52392.2
53) 53402.2
54) 54351.9
55) 55553
56) 56271.5
57) 57351.9
58) 58372
59) 59251.4
60) 60201.1
61) 61331.8
62) 62301.7
63) 63211.2
64) 64231.3
65) 6517.9
66) 66211.2
67) 679.5
68) 6815.8
69) 6915.8
70) 70221.2
71) 718.4
72) 7212.7
73) 738.4
74) 7411.6
75) 7510.6
76) 7611.6
77) 777.4
78) 786.3
79) 795.3
80) 807.4
81) 812.1
82) 822.1
83) 834.2
84) 844.2
85) 854.2
86) 862.1
87) 871.1
88) 881.1
90) 901.1
93) 931.1
94) 942.1
95) 951.1
98) Don't know2.1
99) Refused2.1
TOTAL1806100.0
327) S7Q2B Age - Person 3 (P3AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD77342.8
0) Baby less than 6 months13.7
1) 1181
2) 2311.7
3) 3211.2
4) 4201.1
5) 5201.1
6) 6191.1
7) 7221.2
8) 817.9
9) 9201.1
10) 1014.8
11) 11201.1
12) 12211.2
13) 13231.3
14) 14331.8
15) 15321.8
16) 16341.9
17) 17301.7
18) 18472.6
19) 19362
20) 20351.9
21) 21472.6
22) 22221.2
23) 23231.3
24) 24341.9
25) 25271.5
26) 26311.7
27) 27281.5
28) 28191.1
29) 29211.2
30) 3015.8
31) 314.2
32) 327.4
33) 333.2
34) 343.2
35) 357.4
36) 364.2
37) 372.1
38) 3810.6
39) 392.1
40) 406.3
41) 412.1
42) 4211.6
43) 4311.6
44) 448.4
45) 4516.9
46) 4614.8
47) 479.5
48) 4816.9
49) 4914.8
50) 504.2
51) 519.5
52) 524.2
53) 535.3
54) 545.3
55) 557.4
56) 566.3
57) 572.1
58) 584.2
59) 592.1
60) 602.1
62) 623.2
63) 634.2
65) 652.1
66) 662.1
67) 672.1
68) 684.2
70) 703.2
73) 734.2
77) 773.2
80) 802.1
81) 812.1
83) 836.3
87) 872.1
98) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1807100.0
328) S7Q2B Age - Person 4 (P4AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD113262.9
0) Baby less than 6 months10.6
1) 1201.1
2) 2211.2
3) 314.8
4) 4231.3
5) 515.8
6) 613.7
7) 717.9
8) 815.8
9) 9181
10) 10211.2
11) 11251.4
12) 12221.2
13) 13281.6
14) 14201.1
15) 15382.1
16) 16191.1
17) 17321.8
18) 18251.4
19) 19311.7
20) 20372.1
21) 21392.2
22) 22402.2
23) 23261.4
24) 24191.1
25) 2513.7
26) 2614.8
27) 278.4
28) 285.3
29) 294.2
30) 304.2
38) 382.1
40) 405.3
43) 436.3
44) 442.1
45) 452.1
48) 482.1
49) 493.2
51) 513.2
52) 523.2
82) 824.2
98) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
329) S7Q2B Age - Person 5 (P5AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD150783.6
0) Baby less than 6 months8.4
1) 15.3
2) 28.4
3) 39.5
4) 46.3
5) 52.1
6) 69.5
7) 78.4
8) 8181
9) 910.6
10) 10201.1
11) 117.4
12) 1211.6
13) 1315.8
14) 14201.1
15) 15231.3
16) 1610.6
17) 1714.8
18) 1814.8
19) 1910.6
20) 203.2
21) 21181
22) 2213.7
23) 235.3
24) 244.2
25) 253.2
26) 263.2
27) 274.2
33) 333.2
35) 353.2
48) 482.1
49) 493.2
51) 513.2
98) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1802100.0
330) S7Q2B Age - Person 6 (P6AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD169794.2
0) Baby less than 6 month1.1
1) 12.1
2) 23.2
3) 33.2
4) 46.3
5) 53.2
6) 65.3
7) 79.5
8) 82.1
9) 94.2
10) 103.2
11) 113.2
12) 123.2
13) 133.2
14) 149.5
15) 152.1
16) 167.4
18) 186.3
20) 204.2
21) 2111.6
22) 227.4
23) 234.2
30) 303.2
44) 442.1
TOTAL1802100.0
331) S7Q2B Age - Person 7 (P7AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD174096.6
0) Baby less than 6 months5.3
1) 12.1
2) 24.2
4) 43.2
5) 54.2
6) 61.1
7) 77.4
8) 83.2
11) 112.1
13) 131.1
14) 146.3
16) 163.2
20) 208.4
21) 218.4
23) 234.2
TOTAL1801100.0
332) S7Q2B Age – Person 8 (P8AGE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD177898.8
2) 22.1
5) 52.1
6) 62.1
19) 194.2
20) 204.2
21) 218.4
TOTAL1800100.0
333) S7Q2C Sex - Respondent (RSEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male78643.7
2) Female101456.3
TOTAL1800100.0
334) S7Q2C Sex - Person 2 (P2SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD24813.8
1) Male89149.5
2) Female66136.7
TOTAL1800100.0
335) S7Q2C Sex - Person 3 (P3SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD77342.9
1) Male52229
2) Female50528.1
TOTAL1800100.0
336) S7Q2C Sex - Person 4 (P4SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD113262.9
1) Male36920.5
2) Female29916.6
TOTAL1800100.0
337) S7Q2C Sex - Person 5 (P5SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD150783.7
1) Male1639.1
2) Female1307.2
TOTAL1800100.0
338) S7Q2C Sex - Person 6 (P6SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD169794.3
1) Male643.6
2) Female392.2
TOTAL1800100.0
339) S7Q2C Sex - Person 7 (P7SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD174096.7
1) Male271.5
2) Female331.8
TOTAL1800100.0
340) S7Q2C Sex - Person 8 (P8SEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD177898.8
1) Male12.7
2) Female10.6
TOTAL1800100.0
341) Age group – Respondent (RAGEGRP)
TOTAL%
2) 18-2427315.2
3) 25-4456931.6
4) 45-6463635.3
5) 65-7421011.7
6) 75+1126.2
TOTAL1800100.0
342) Age group - Person 2 (P2AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-17634.1
2) 18-241388.9
3) 25-4446029.6
4) 45-6468344
5) 65-741388.9
6) 75+704.5
Missing248 
TOTAL1552100.0
343) Age group - Person 3 (P3AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-1741040
2) 18-2424624
3) 25-4421821.2
4) 45-6412412.1
5) 65-74151.5
6) 75+131.3
Missing773 
TOTAL1026100.0
344) Age group - Person 4 (P4AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-1737355.8
2) 18-2421732.4
3) 25-44639.4
4) 45-64121.8
6) 75+4.6
Missing1132 
TOTAL669100.0
345) Age group - Person 5 (P5AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-1720369
2) 18-246823.1
3) 25-44165.4
4) 45-6472.4
Missing1507 
TOTAL294100.0
346) Age group - Person 6 (P6AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-176664.1
2) 18-243231.1
3) 25-4454.9
Missing1697 
TOTAL103100.0
347) Age group - Person 7 (P7AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-174066.7
2) 18-242033.3
Missing1740 
TOTAL60100.0
348) Age group - Person 8 (P8AGEGRP)
TOTAL%
1) 0-17627.3
2) 18-241672.7
Missing1778 
TOTAL22100.0
349) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 2 (P2REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD24813.8
2) Spouse/partner112662.6
3) Son/Daughter1196.6
4) Parent/Parent in law18110.1
5) Other Relative482.7
6) Other non-relative784.3
TOTAL1800100.0
350) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 3 (P3REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD77343
2) Spouse/partner6.3
3) Son/Daughter74941.6
4) Parent/Parent in law1598.8
5) Other Relative442.4
6) Other non-relative683.8
TOTAL1799100.0
351) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 4 (P4REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD113262.9
2) Spouse/partner4.2
3) Son/Daughter49527.5
4) Parent/Parent in law17.9
5) Other Relative1075.9
6) Other non-relative452.5
TOTAL1800100.0
352) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 5 (P5REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD150783.6
3) Son/Daughter20411.3
4) Parent/Parent in law7.4
5) Other Relative583.2
6) Other non-relative261.4
TOTAL1802100.0
353) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 6 (P6REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD169794.3
3) Son/Daughter683.8
4) Parent/Parent in law2.1
5) Other Relative211.2
6) Other non-relative12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
354) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 7 (P7REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD174096.7
3) Son/Daughter311.7
5) Other Relative17.9
6) Other non-relative12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
355) S7Q2 Relationship to respondent- Person 8 (P8REL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from HOUSEHLD177898.8
3) Son/Daughter8.4
5) Other Relative6.3
6) Other non-relative8.4
TOTAL1800100.0
356) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Respondent (RRESP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes147682
2) No32418
TOTAL1800100.0
357) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 2 (P2RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable30416.9
1) Yes124569.2
2) No25113.9
TOTAL1800100.0
358) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 3 (P3RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable115364.1
1) Yes19210.7
2) No45525.3
TOTAL1800100.0
359) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 4 (P4RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable147381.8
1) Yes392.2
2) No28816
TOTAL1800100.0
360) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 4 (P5RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable169594.2
1) Yes12.7
2) No935.2
TOTAL1800100.0
361) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 5 (P6RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable176397.9
1) Yes2.1
2) No351.9
TOTAL1800100.0
362) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 7 (P7RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable178098.9
2) No201.1
TOTAL1800100.0
363) [HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WITH LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCOMMODATION (INCLUDES JOINT OR SHARED)] Person 8 (P8RESP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – not applicable178499.1
2) No16.9
TOTAL1800100.0
364) S7Q4 Marital status (RMARSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Single, never married45925.5
2) Married101456.3
3) Living as married834.6
4) Separated703.9
5) Divorced492.7
6) Widowed1256.9
TOTAL1800100.0
365) S7Q4A Any other children aged 16 or under not living with you? (CHILDU16)
TOTAL%
1) Yes603.3
2) No174096.7
TOTAL1800100.0
366) S7Q5 Highest Educational Qualification (HIGHSTED)
TOTAL%
1) Degree level or higher28415.8
2) BTEC (higher), BEC (higher), TEC (higher), HNC, HND824.6
3) GCE ‘A'Level (including NVQ level 3)23613.1
4) BTEC (national), TEC (national), BEC (national), ONC, OND563.1
5) GCSE (including NVQ level 2), GCE OLevel (including CSE Grade 1)33818.8
6) CSE (other than Grade 1)543
7) No formal qualification70038.9
8) Other512.8
TOTAL1801100.0
367) S7Q5A Age when complete continuous full-time education (TEA)
TOTAL%
1) 15 or under48927.2
2) 1647826.5
3) 1723513
4) 181377.6
5) 19 or over31717.6
6) Still at school231.3
7) Still at college or university1176.5
8) Other4.2
98) Don't know/can't remember1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
368) S7Q6 Employment status (RECNTACT)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time61634.2
2) Working part-time25113.9
3) Not working (seeking work)643.6
4) On a Government Training Scheme3.2
6) Retired38921.6
7) In Full-time education1106.1
8) Looking after the home20711.5
9) Permanently sick or disabled985.4
10) Not working (and not seeking work)372.1
11) Caring for elderly or disabled person full-time15.8
12) Other10.6
TOTAL1800100.0
369) S7Q6A Hours worked per week (RHOURSWK)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from RECNTACT93351.7
0) 01.1
3) 31.1
4) 43.2
5) 56.3
8) 87.4
9) 91.1
10) 1014.8
11) 112.1
12) 1213.7
14) 141.1
15) 1514.8
16) 16331.8
17) 172.1
18) 1810.6
19) 193.2
20) 20603.3
21) 219.5
22) 229.5
23) 231.1
24) 24181
25) 2516.9
26) 263.2
27) 273.2
28) 284.2
30) 30392.2
31) 314.2
32) 328.4
33) 336.3
34) 343.2
35) 35432.4
36) 3617.9
37) 371106.1
38) 38402.2
39) 3911.6
40) 4019110.6
42) 4213.7
44) 444.2
45) 45271.5
46) 463.2
47) 471.1
48) 489.5
50) 50321.8
51) 511.1
52) 523.2
55) 5513.7
59) 593.2
60) 60311.7
64) 641.1
65) 657.4
70) 705.3
75) 753.2
80) 805.3
84) 841.1
98) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1806100.0
370) S7Q6B Currently a member of a trade union (TUNION)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from RECNTACT93351.8
1) Yes23813.2
2) No62634.8
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1800100.0
371) S7Q7 Have you ever had a job (RJOBCHK)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from RECNTACT86748.2
1) Yes74541.4
2) No18810.4
TOTAL1800100.0
372) S7Q11 Employee/self-employed (REMPSEMP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.5
1) An employee140378
2) Self-employed20611.5
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1799100.0
373) S7Q12 Manager/foreman/supervisor (RMANFORE)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from REMPSEMP20811.6
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.5
1) A manager1448
2) A foreman or supervisor1377.6
3) Neither112262.4
TOTAL1799100.0
374) S7Q12A Number of people managed/supervised (RMANY)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from RMANFORE112262.2
-2) Skip from REMPSEMP20811.5
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.4
0) 08.4
1) 19.5
2) 26.3
3) 3191.1
4) 4261.4
5) 5191.1
6) 6191.1
7) 77.4
8) 8211.2
9) 96.3
10) 10201.1
11) 116.3
12) 1210.6
13) 131.1
14) 145.3
15) 1510.6
18) 181.1
20) 2017.9
21) 211.1
22) 221.1
23) 233.2
24) 241.1
25) 256.3
30) 3011.6
33) 332.1
34) 341.1
35) 351.1
40) 404.2
45) 453.2
50) 508.4
55) 551.1
60) 604.2
80) 801.1
85) 851.1
100) 10013.7
110) 1101.1
120) 1201.1
150) 1502.1
152) 1522.1
200) 2002.1
300) 3003.2
340) 3401.1
400) 4001.1
998) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1805100.0
375) S7Q13 Sector (RSECT)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from REMPSEMP20611.4
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.4
1) Public sector58332.4
2) Private sector80244.6
3) Voluntary/charity sector16.9
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
376) S7Q14A How many employees at workplace? (RNUMEMP)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from REMPSEMP20811.6
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.5
1) Fewer than 1035119.5
2) 10-2425714.3
3) 25-9936120.1
4) 100-49924013.3
5) 500 or more1377.6
8) Don't know563.1
TOTAL1798100.0
377) S7Q14B How employees did you have? (RNUMSEMP)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from REMPSEMP140677.9
-1) Skip from RJOBCHK18810.4
0) 01297.2
1) 113.7
2) 2261.4
3) 36.3
4) 45.3
5) 52.1
6) 65.3
8) 82.1
9) 93.2
10) 102.1
11) 111.1
12) 121.1
20) 202.1
25) 251.1
28) 283.2
30) 303.2
40) 402.1
48) 481.1
150) 1502.1
250) 2501.1
TOTAL1804100.0
378) S7Q15 Employment state- spouse (ECNACTS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT71039.4
1) Working full-time54130.1
2) Working part-time1216.7
3) Not working (seeking work)382.1
6) Retired21612
7) In full-time education6.3
8) Looking after the home784.3
9) Permanently sick or disabled573.2
10) Not working (and not seeking work)191.1
11) Caring for elderly or disabled person full-time9.5
12) Other5.3
TOTAL1800100.0
379) S7Q15A Hours worked per week – spouse (SHOURSWK)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from ECNACTS42823.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT71039.4
5) 52.1
8) 81.1
9) 92.1
10) 102.1
15) 1511.6
16) 1617.9
17) 171.1
18) 184.2
20) 20362
22) 227.4
23) 231.1
24) 248.4
25) 2517.9
26) 261.1
27) 273.2
28) 281.1
29) 291.1
30) 3016.9
32) 323.2
35) 35432.4
36) 368.4
37) 37874.8
38) 38211.2
39) 398.4
40) 4023813.2
42) 429.5
44) 442.1
45) 45281.6
46) 462.1
47) 471.1
48) 485.3
50) 50351.9
55) 553.2
56) 563.2
59) 591.1
60) 60211.2
65) 651.1
68) 681.1
70) 705.3
72) 721.1
80) 802.1
90) 902.1
98) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1802100.0
380) S7Q15B Ever had a job – spouse (SJOBCHK)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from ECNACTS66236.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT71039.4
1) Yes34819.3
2) No804.4
TOTAL1800100.0
381) S7Q19 Employee/self-employed – spouse (SEMPSEMP)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from SJOBCHK1045.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT58532.5
1) An employee92351.2
2) Or, Self-employed18510.3
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1801100.0
382) S7Q20 Manager/foreman/supervisor – spouse (SMANFORE)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from SEMPSEMP18910.5
-2) Skip from SJOBCHK1045.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT58532.5
1) A manager1005.6
2) A foreman or supervisor794.4
3) Neither73941
8) Don't know5.3
TOTAL1801100.0
383) S7Q21 Sector- spouse (SSECT)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from SEMPSEMP18510.3
-2) Skip from SJOBCHK1045.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT58532.5
1) Public sector41423
2) Private sector49627.6
3) Voluntary/charity sector4.2
8) Don't know12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
384) S7Q22A How many employees at spouse's workplace? (SNUMEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from SEMPSEMP18910.5
-2) Skip from SJOBCHK1045.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT58532.5
1) Fewer than 1021211.8
2) 10-241538.5
3) 25-9919911
4) 100-4991196.6
5) 500 or more794.4
8) Don't know1618.9
TOTAL1801100.0
385) S7Q22B How many employees did spouse have? (SNUMSEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from SEMPSEMP92751.4
-2) Skip from SJOBCHK1045.8
-1) Skip from RMARSTAT58532.4
0) 0874.8
1) 1311.7
2) 211.6
3) 35.3
4) 45.3
5) 54.2
6) 610.6
8) 87.4
9) 91.1
10) 101.1
11) 111.1
12) 123.2
16) 161.1
20) 201.1
28) 283.2
30) 303.2
40) 402.1
45) 452.1
50) 502.1
70) 701.1
100) 1001.1
998) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1804100.0
386) S7Q23 Do you belong to any particular religion? (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) No religion20811.6
2) Catholic66336.9
3) Church of Ireland/Anglican/Episcopal28415.8
4) Baptist231.3
5) Methodist915.1
6) Presbyterian38721.5
7) Free Presbyterian221.2
20) Christian – no denomination201.1
26) Other3.2
30) Other Christian955.3
31) Non-Christian2.1
98) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1799100.0
387) S7Q23A Family religion (FAMRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) No religion563.1
2) Catholic72740.4
3) Church of Ireland/Anglican/Episcopal33618.7
4) Baptist291.6
5) Methodist915.1
6) Presbyterian45425.2
7) Free Presbyterian15.8
20) Christian – no denomination8.4
26) Other5.3
30) Other Christian794.4
31) Non-Christian1.1
TOTAL1801100.0
388) S7Q24 How often do you attend services or meetings connected with your religion? (CHATTEND)
TOTAL%
-2) Skip from FAMRELIG563.1
1) Once a week or more71439.7
2) 2 to 3 times a month1558.6
3) Once a month1287.1
4) Several times a year1779.8
5) Less frequently21011.7
6) Never35719.8
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1800100.0
389) S7Q25 Is husband/wife/partner the same religion as you? (RELIGSAM)
TOTAL%
-3) Skip from RMARSTAT68137.8
-2) Skip from FAMRELIG563.1
1) Yes, same religion94952.7
2) No, not same religion874.8
3) No religion at all271.5
TOTAL1800100.0
390) S7Q26 Ever attend mixed/integrated school in NI? (SLFMXSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30516.9
2) No149382.9
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1800100.0
391) S7Q26A Formally integrated or just mixed? (FORMINT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from SLFMXSCH149583
1) Integrated school502.8
2) School that was just fairly mixed25414.1
8) Don't know2.1
TOTAL1801100.0
392) S7Q27 Any child in your care ever attended mixed/integrated school? (CHDMXSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes24113.4
2) No109260.6
3) My children are not yet at school814.5
4) Never had any children (in my care)38421.3
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1801100.0
393) S7Q28 Do you have a long-standing illness, or disability or infirmity? (DISAB1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34219
2) No145881
TOTAL1800100.0
394) S7Q28A Does this illness or disability limit your activities in any way? (LIMDISAB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from DISAB1145881
1) Yes29316.3
2) No492.7
TOTAL1800100.0
395) S7Q28B Have you ever had a long-term illness that affected your activities? (LIMILL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip from LIMDISAB29316.3
1) Yes412.3
2) No146681.4
TOTAL1800100.0
396) S7Q29 Personal income (PERSINCM)
TOTAL%
1) Under £3,000 per annum (less than £60 per week)1367.6
2) £3,000 - £3,999 per annum (£60 -£80 per week)884.9
3) £4,000 - £6,999 per annum (£80 - £135 per week)23212.9
4) £7,000 - £9,999 per annum (£135 - £195 per week)22312.4
5) £10,000 - £14,999 per annum (£195 - £290 per week)21511.9
6) £15,000 - £19,999 per annum (£290 - £385 per week)1297.2
7) £20,000 - £25,999 per annum (£385 - £500 per week)965.3
8) £26,000 - £29,999 per annum (£500 - £580 per week)532.9
9) £30,000 - £39,999 per annum (£580 - £770 per week)472.6
10) £40,000 - £49,999 per annum (£770 - £960 per week)201.1
11) £50,000 + per annum (more than £960 per week)9.5
12) I do not wish to answer this question53729.8
98) Don't know16.9
TOTAL1801100.0
397) S7Q30 Total Household Income (HHLDINCM)
TOTAL%
1) Under £3,000 per annum (less than £60 per week)261.4
2) £3,000 - £3,999 per annum (£60 -£80 per week)331.8
3) £4,000 -£6,999 per annum (£80 - £135 per week)1086
4) £7,000 - £9,999 per annum (£135 - £195 per week)1468.1
5) £10,000 - £14,999 per annum (£195 - £290 per week)1689.3
6) £15,000 - £19,999 per annum (£290 - £385 per week)1427.9
7) £20,000 - £25,999 per annum (£385 - £500 per week)1448
8) £26,000 - £29,999 per annum (£500 - £580 per week)854.7
9) £30,000 - £39,999 per annum (£580 - £770 per week)1176.5
10) £40,000 - £49,999 per annum (£770 - £960 per week)653.6
11) £50,000 + per annum (more than £960 per week)462.6
12) I do not wish to answer this question60333.5
98) Don't know1166.4
TOTAL1799100.0
398) S7Q31 Sexual orientation (ORIENT)
TOTAL%
1) I am gay or lesbian (homosexual)10.6
2) I am heterosexual or straight176898.2
3) I am bi-sexual4.2
5) I do not wish to answer this question191.1
TOTAL1801100.0
399) NS-SEC Analytical Classes – Respondent (ANSSECA)
TOTAL%
0) Large employers + higher man occupations281.6
1) Higher professional occupations593.3
2) Lower managerial + pro occupations36620.3
3) Intermediate occupations1689.3
4) Small employers + own account workers1669.2
5) Lower supervisory + technical occupations1327.3
6) Semi-routine occupations36620.3
7) Routine occupations32518.1
8) Never worked + long-term unemployed1327.3
9) Not classified583.2
TOTAL1800100.0
400) Respondents Social Class (SOCLASS1)
TOTAL%
0) Professional402.5
1) Managerial\technical48630.2
2) Skilled non-manual37823.5
3) Skilled manual30118.7
4) Partly skilled26216.3
5) Unskilled1448.9
Missing190 
TOTAL1611100.0
401) NS-SEC Analytical Classes – Partner (ANSSECB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip60933.8
0) Large employers + higher man occupations291.6
1) Higher professional occupations372.1
2) Lower managerial + pro occupations19811
3) Intermediate occupations1186.5
4) Small employers + own account workers1518.4
5) Lower supervisory + technical occupations1176.5
6) Semi-routine occupations1769.8
7) Routine occupations28215.6
8) Never worked + long-term unemployed794.4
9) Not classified6.3
TOTAL1802100.0
402) Spouse/partner's social class (SOCLASS2)
TOTAL%
0) Professional322.9
1) Managerial\technical29326.5
2) Skilled non-manual22420.3
3) Skilled manual28725.9
4) Partly skilled13712.4
5) Unskilled13312
Missing693 
TOTAL1106100.0
403) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Men need less emotional support than women. (MENSUPP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly784.3
2) Agree42123.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree23813.2
4) Disagree62434.6
5) Disagree strongly22112.3
8) Can't choose281.6
9) Missing12.7
TOTAL1801100.0
404) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Men fear failure more than women do. (MFAILURE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly23312.9
2) Agree76642.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree25113.9
4) Disagree27515.3
5) Disagree strongly543
8) Can't choose291.6
9) Missing14.8
TOTAL1801100.0
405) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Men should spend more time talking about their feelings. (MFEELING)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly28315.7
2) Agree92251.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree25814.3
4) Disagree1015.6
5) Disagree strongly271.5
8) Can't choose181
9) Missing12.7
TOTAL1800100.0
406) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Men's health is not taken seriously by the health services. (MHEALTH)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly553.1
2) Agree26314.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree36920.5
4) Disagree69838.8
5) Disagree strongly19010.6
8) Can't choose281.6
9) Missing181
TOTAL1800100.0
407) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Gays and bisexual people should not be discriminated against. (GAYBISEX)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly37620.9
2) Agree73640.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree25714.3
4) Disagree1096.1
5) Disagree strongly653.6
8) Can't choose703.9
9) Missing7.4
TOTAL1799100.0
408) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] A gay couple should have the same rights as a heterosexual married couple. (GAYRIGHT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly21512
2) Agree41122.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree32217.9
4) Disagree36820.5
5) Disagree strongly21111.7
8) Can't choose874.8
9) Missing6.3
TOTAL1799100.0
409) [HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT…] increasing the amount of countryside farmed? (CINCFRMG)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) It should be stopped altogether412.3
2) It should be discouraged31817.7
3) Don't mind one way or the other66136.7
4) It should be encouraged50528.1
8) Can't choose834.6
9) Missing13.7
TOTAL1800100.0
410) [HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT…] building new housing in country areas? (CNEWHSG)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) It should be stopped altogether1176.5
2) It should be discouraged78343.5
3) Don't mind one way or the other46625.9
4) It should be encouraged19110.6
8) Can't choose502.8
9) Missing13.7
TOTAL1799100.0
411) [HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT…] putting the needs of farmers before protection of wildlife? (CFRMB4W)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) It should be stopped altogether1005.6
2) It should be discouraged72640.3
3) Don't mind one way or the other44524.7
4) It should be encouraged23112.8
8) Can't choose1045.8
9) Missing15.8
TOTAL1800100.0
412) [HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT…] providing more roads in country areas? (CMORERDS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) It should be stopped altogether915.1
2) It should be discouraged65336.3
3) Don't mind one way or the other48426.9
4) It should be encouraged32918.3
8) Can't choose492.7
9) Missing14.8
TOTAL1799100.0
413) [HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT…] increasing the number of picnic areas and camping sites in the countryside? (CINCPCNC)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) It should be stopped altogether422.3
2) It should be discouraged22112.3
3) Don't mind one way or the other45425.2
4) It should be encouraged85947.7
8) Can't choose392.2
9) Missing6.3
TOTAL1800100.0
414) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] New housing should be built in cities, towns and villages rather than in the countryside. (HOUSEBLD)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly23312.9
2) Agree72740.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree32418
4) Disagree20511.4
5) Disagree strongly221.2
8) Can't choose512.8
9) Missing593.3
TOTAL1800100.0
415) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It is more important to keep green-belt areas than to build new homes there. (KEEPBELT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly27715.4
2) Agree77042.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree30416.9
4) Disagree1498.3
5) Disagree strongly261.4
8) Can't choose392.2
9) Missing573.2
TOTAL1801100.0
416) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Planning laws should be relaxed so that people who want to live in the countryside may do so. (PLANLAWS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly975.4
2) Agree51228.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree36320.2
4) Disagree46525.8
5) Disagree strongly915.1
8) Can't choose362
9) Missing563.1
TOTAL1799100.0
417) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Compared with other users of the countryside, farmers have too much say. (FARMRSAY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly291.6
2) Agree26914.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree57632
4) Disagree52429.1
5) Disagree strongly713.9
8) Can't choose945.2
9) Missing583.2
TOTAL1800100.0
418) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] The beauty of the countryside depends on stopping too many people from visiting it. (LESSVIST)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly211.2
2) Agree18510.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree36720.4
4) Disagree82946.1
5) Disagree strongly1256.9
8) Can't choose382.1
9) Missing553.1
TOTAL1799100.0
419) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] People should worry less about protecting the countryside, and more about those who have to make their living there. (CNTRPED)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly422.3
2) Agree38021.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree45425.2
4) Disagree54930.5
5) Disagree strongly874.8
8) Can't choose512.8
9) Missing573.2
TOTAL1799100.0
420) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Some parts of the countryside are now so popular that it's no longer a pleasure to visit them. (CBTROIO)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly713.9
2) Agree47226.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree41122.8
4) Disagree50828.2
5) Disagree strongly663.7
8) Can't choose392.2
9) Missing532.9
TOTAL1799100.0
421) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Modern methods of farming have caused damage to the countryside. (COUNTRY1)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1226.8
2) Agree60833.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree38821.6
4) Disagree29916.6
5) Disagree strongly211.2
8) Can't choose1297.2
9) Missing532.9
TOTAL1799100.0
422) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] If farmers have to choose between producing more food and looking after the countryside, they should produce more food. (COUNTRY2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly362
2) Agree34919.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree48426.9
4) Disagree55530.9
5) Disagree strongly734.1
8) Can't choose693.8
9) Missing543
TOTAL1799100.0
423) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] All things considered, farmers do a good job in looking after the countryside. (COUNTRY3)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1629
2) Agree90650.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree33818.8
4) Disagree1307.2
5) Disagree strongly14.8
8) Can't choose181
9) Missing532.9
TOTAL1800100.0
424) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Government should withhold some subsidies from farmers and use them to protect the countryside, even if this leads to higher food prices. (COUNTRY4)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly482.7
2) Agree36520.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree42723.7
4) Disagree57732
5) Disagree strongly1005.6
8) Can't choose522.9
9) Missing532.9
TOTAL1801100.0
425) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] There is less crime in the countryside. (LIVCTRY1)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1608.9
2) Agree86047.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree22012.2
4) Disagree26814.9
5) Disagree strongly201.1
8) Can't choose392.2
9) Missing543
TOTAL1800100.0
426) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It is harder to get a good job if you live in the countryside. (LIVCTRY2)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1005.6
2) Agree59032.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree28715.9
4) Disagree50127.8
5) Disagree strongly392.2
8) Can't choose412.3
9) Missing633.5
TOTAL1800100.0
427) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] The countryside is a better place to bring up children. (LIVCTRY3)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly28916.1
2) Agree88149
3) Neither agree nor disagree28515.8
4) Disagree915.1
5) Disagree strongly5.3
8) Can't choose14.8
9) Missing553.1
TOTAL1799100.0
428) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Living in the countryside is very boring. (LIVCTRY4)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly331.8
2) Agree18510.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree31217.3
4) Disagree77142.8
5) Disagree strongly23312.9
8) Can't choose281.6
9) Missing593.3
TOTAL1800100.0
429) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] The schools in the countryside tend to be better. (LIVCTRY5)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1126.2
2) Agree47626.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree51428.5
4) Disagree33318.5
5) Disagree strongly261.4
8) Can't choose1015.6
9) Missing603.3
TOTAL1801100.0
430) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] The countryside provides a healthier environment to live in. (LIVCTRY6)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly38421.3
2) Agree99755.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1357.5
4) Disagree362
5) Disagree strongly3.2
8) Can't choose8.4
9) Missing593.3
TOTAL1801100.0
431) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] If you live in the countryside, you are more likely to need a car to get around. (LIVCTRY7)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly55030.6
2) Agree90750.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree915.1
4) Disagree12.7
5) Disagree strongly1.1
8) Can't choose6.3
9) Missing543
TOTAL1800100.0
432) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It is more expensive to live in the countryside. (LIVCTRY8)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1508.3
2) Agree52229
3) Neither agree nor disagree39822.1
4) Disagree37720.9
5) Disagree strongly432.4
8) Can't choose754.2
9) Missing573.2
TOTAL1801100.0
433) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] There is more community spirit in the countryside. (LIVCTRY9)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly30516.9
2) Agree78543.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree29416.3
4) Disagree1055.8
5) Disagree strongly14.8
8) Can't choose633.5
9) Missing553.1
TOTAL1800100.0
434) Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if a man and a woman have sexual relations before marriage? (SEXBFMAR)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Always wrong41823.2
2) Almost always wrong995.5
3) Wrong only sometimes1558.6
4) Not wrong at all72940.5
8) Can't choose1679.3
9) Missing532.9
TOTAL1800100.0
435) What about a married person having sexual relations with someone other than his or her wife or husband, is it wrong or not wrong? (ADULTERY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Always wrong115163.9
2) Almost always wrong24813.8
3) Wrong only sometimes854.7
4) Not wrong at all341.9
8) Can't choose512.8
9) Missing522.9
TOTAL1800100.0
436) And what about sexual relations between two adults of the same sex, is it wrong or not wrong? (SEXHOMO)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Always wrong72040
2) Almost always wrong1407.8
3) Wrong only sometimes1267
4) Not wrong at all34519.2
8) Can't choose25814.3
9) Missing321.8
TOTAL1800100.0
437) [DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK IT IS WRONG FOR A WOMAN TO HAVE AN ABORTION….] …if there is a strong chance of a serious defect in the baby? (ABORWRGA)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Always wrong41022.8
2) Almost always wrong20411.3
3) Wrong only sometimes31517.5
4) Not wrong at all45525.3
8) Can't choose20611.4
9) Missing311.7
TOTAL1800100.0
438) [DO YOU PERSONALLY THINK IT IS WRONG FOR A WOMAN TO HAVE AN ABORTION…] …if the family has a very low income and cannot afford any more children? (ABORWRGB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Always wrong79644.2
2) Almost always wrong24813.8
3) Wrong only sometimes1729.6
4) Not wrong at all1689.3
8) Can't choose1679.3
9) Missing703.9
TOTAL1800100.0
439) [DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING?] There is a God who concerns Himself with every human being personally. (GODCONCN)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly55530.8
2) Agree53229.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree25814.3
4) Disagree834.6
5) Disagree strongly623.4
8) Can't choose965.3
9) Missing351.9
TOTAL1800100.0
440) [DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING?] We each make our own fate. (OWNFATE)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly21612
2) Agree62834.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree28615.9
4) Disagree22512.5
5) Disagree strongly1246.9
8) Can't choose834.6
9) Missing603.3
TOTAL1801100.0
441) Which of these statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the Bible? (BIBLFEEL)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Actual word of God45925.5
2) Inspired word of God65336.3
3) Ancient book by man25314.1
4) Does not apply to me653.6
8) Can't choose1538.5
9) Missing372.1
TOTAL1799100.0
442) Has there ever been a turning point in your life when you made a new and personal commitment to religion? (RELGCOMM)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Yes47326.3
2) No110761.5
9) Don't know/missing412.3
TOTAL1800100.0
443) Do you consider yourself to be a Christian? (UCHRSTN)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Yes109060.6
2) No49027.2
9) Don't know/missing402.2
TOTAL1799100.0
444) Do you consider yourself to be an ‘evangelical' Christian? (UECHRSTN)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Yes22112.3
2) No136175.6
9) Don't know/missing392.2
TOTAL1800100.0
445) Do you consider yourself to be a ‘born-again' Christian? (UBCHRSTN)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Yes22912.7
2) No134975
9) Don't know/missing422.3
TOTAL1799100.0
446) Do you consider yourself to be a ‘fundamentalist' Christian? (UFCHRSTN)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Yes19310.7
2) No137276.2
9) Don't know/missing563.1
TOTAL1800100.0
447) How often do you pray? (PRAYFREQ)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Never20211.2
2) Less than once a year422.3
3) About once or twice a year603.3
4) Several times a year1136.3
5) About once a month553.1
6) 2-3 times a month824.6
7) Nearly every week1075.9
8) Every week1186.6
9) Several times a week1629
10) Once a day39922.2
11) Several times a day24213.4
99) Don't know/missing392.2
TOTAL1800100.0
448) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Ordinary working people get their fair share of the nation's wealth. (WEALTH1)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly351.9
2) Agree32317.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree30917.2
4) Disagree68638.1
5) Disagree strongly20411.3
8) Can't choose452.5
9) Missing191.1
TOTAL1800100.0
449) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] There is one law for the rich and one for the poor. (RICHLAW)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly27515.3
2) Agree65236.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree36920.5
4) Disagree25814.3
5) Disagree strongly281.6
8) Can't choose241.3
9) Missing15.8
TOTAL1800100.0
450) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] There is no need for strong trade unions to protect employee's working conditions and wages. (TRADVALS)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly422.3
2) Agree20911.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree29916.6
4) Disagree70539.2
5) Disagree strongly27915.5
8) Can't choose693.8
9) Missing181
TOTAL1800100.0
451) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Private enterprise is the best way to solve Northern Ireland's economic problems. (PRENTBST)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly915.1
2) Agree39622
3) Neither agree nor disagree56831.6
4) Disagree30216.8
5) Disagree strongly382.1
8) Can't choose20611.5
9) Missing191.1
TOTAL1799100.0
452) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Major public services and industries ought to be in state ownership. (PUBOWNST)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1126.2
2) Agree47626.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree49227.3
4) Disagree29916.6
5) Disagree strongly351.9
8) Can't choose18710.4
9) Missing201.1
TOTAL1800100.0
453) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It is the government's responsibility to provide a job for everyone who wants one. (GOVJOB)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly1377.6
2) Agree66236.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree30316.8
4) Disagree39321.8
5) Disagree strongly623.4
8) Can't choose442.4
9) Missing191.1
TOTAL1799100.0
454) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It is the responsibility of the government to reduce the differences in income between people with high incomes and those with low incomes. (INCDIFF)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly19010.6
2) Agree68838.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree32518.1
4) Disagree29216.2
5) Disagree strongly543
8) Can't choose543
9) Missing181
TOTAL1800100.0
455) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] People like me have no say in what the government does. (GOVNOSAY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly24113.4
2) Agree74741.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree29016.1
4) Disagree28716
5) Disagree strongly201.1
8) Can't choose211.2
9) Missing14.8
TOTAL1799100.0
456) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Sometimes politics and government seem so complicated that a person like me cannot really understand what is going on. (GOVCOMP)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly22212.3
2) Agree76342.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree25714.3
4) Disagree28715.9
5) Disagree strongly593.3
8) Can't choose15.8
9) Missing181
TOTAL1800100.0
457) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] It doesn't really matter which party is in power, in the end things go on much the same. (PTYNTMT)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly21411.9
2) Agree84747.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree19110.6
4) Disagree27015
5) Disagree strongly593.3
8) Can't choose211.2
9) Missing191.1
TOTAL1800100.0
458) [HOW MUCH DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS?] Voting is the only way people like me can have any say about how the government runs things. (VOTEONLY)
TOTAL%
-1) Skip – no self complete1799.9
1) Agree strongly26614.8
2) Agree86848.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree23012.8
4) Disagree1659.2
5) Disagree strongly512.8
8) Can't choose261.4
9) Missing16.9
TOTAL1801100.0
459) Wtfactor (WTFACTOR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.487
460) Religion- categorized (RELIGCAT)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic66337
2) Protestant92351.4
3) No religion20811.6
Missing6 
TOTAL1794100.0
461) Age- categorized (RAGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2427315.2
2) 25-3421612
3) 35-4435319.6
4) 45-5431517.5
5) 55-6431817.7
6) 65+32217.9
Missing3 
TOTAL1797100.0
462) NI Party Identification (derived) (NIPARTY)
TOTAL%
4) Ulster Unionist Party (UUP)37620.9
5) Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP)31217.3
6) Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)28916.1
7) Alliance Party824.6
8) Sinn Fein1639.1
9) Progressive Unionist Party (PUP03.2
11) Women's Coalition221.2
15) Other Party221.2
16) None47126.2
17) Other Answer452.5
98) Don't know14.8
TOTAL1799100.0
463) Has children 16 or under (CHILDREN)
TOTAL%
1) Children 16 or under58232.3
2) No children 16 or under121867.7
TOTAL1800100.0
464) Overall social class (SOCLASS)
TOTAL%
0) Professional402.4
1) Managerial/technical50129.8
2) Skilled non-manual38222.7
3) Skilled manual32819.5
4) Partly skilled27016.1
5) Unskilled1619.6
Missing118 
TOTAL1682100.0
465) Age- categorized (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2427315.2
2) 25-3421612
3) 35-4435319.6
4) 45-5431517.5
5) 55-6431817.7
6) 65+32217.9
Missing3 
TOTAL1797100.0
466) S7Q2C Sex - Respondent (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male78643.7
2) Female101456.3
TOTAL1800100.0
467) Religion- categorized (for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic66337
2) Protestant92351.4
3) No religion20811.6
Missing6 
TOTAL1794100.0
468) S6Q4 Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a unionist, a nationalist or neither? (for use with online analysis) (I-POLITICS)
TOTAL%
1) Unionist70539.2
2) Nationalist40622.6
3) Neither66336.9
4) Other15.8
8) Don't know10.6
TOTAL1799100.0