National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 3 (2007-2008)

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) (ids) Respondent ID (IDS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL33709734.20913125
2) (inwave3) Inwave3 (INWAVE3)
TOTAL%
0) 83824.9
1) 253275.1
TOTAL3370100.0
3) (respond_all) (RESPOND)
TOTAL%
0) 27211.1
1) 218288.9
Missing916 
TOTAL2454100.0
4) (jewishos ) Jewish oversample (JEWISHOS)
TOTAL%
0) 329097.6
1) 802.4
TOTAL3370100.0
5) (rweight2_w3) Longitudinal weight (RWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL24548280.2735316
6) (panel_weight) Panel weight (PANEL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL21829312.4616010
7) (intstatus_w3) Interview status (INTSTAT)
TOTAL%
6) Partial Interview130.5
17) Completed Interview251999.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
8) (gender_w3)Respondent gender (GENDER)
TOTAL%
0) Male123248.7
1) Female130051.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
9) (currenrol_w3) A:1. Are you currently enrolled in school of any kind? (CURRENRL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, enrolled in school156361.7
2) No, not in school96138.0
3) Home schooled80.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
10) (schtypcurr_w3) A:2. What type of school are you enrolled in? [READ LIST IF NEEDED] [IF THEY REPORT A COMBINATION OF MORE THAN ONE SCHOOL TYPE, ASK, "Which is the primary or most important place of education"] [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS BEING HOME SCHOOLED, GO BACK AND CHANGE A:1 RESPONSE TO "HOME SCHOOLED"] (SCHTYPCU)
TOTAL%
1) High school1696.7
2) Vocational or tech school572.3
3) Community/junior college28211.1
4) College or university102040.3
5) Other (specify)301.2
7) School that includes all grade levels (K through 12)10.0
8) Adult education [classes outside of an official program]80.3
999) Legitimate skip96538.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
11) (fstcoll_w3) [IF ENROLLED IN COMMUNITY/JUNIOR COLLEGE OR COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY] A:4a. Is this the first college or university that you have attended for more than two weeks? [INTERVIEWER: IF R HAS JUST STARTED THE SEMESTER/QUARTER AND IT HASN'T BEEN QUITE TWO WEEKS, CODE THIS AS "YES" (1)] (FSTCOLL)
TOTAL%
0) No30812.2
1) Yes105141.5
999) Legitimate skip117346.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
12) (compgrad_w3) A:5. What is the [IF R IS HOME SCHOOLED (A:1=3), INSERT "equivalent of the"] highest grade or year of school you have completed? (COMPGRAD)
TOTAL%
0) No formal schooling10.0
1) 1st grade60.2
2) 2nd grade50.2
3) 3rd grade20.1
4) 4th grade30.1
5) 5th grade20.1
6) 6th grade10.0
7) 7th grade10.0
8) 8th grade70.3
9) 9th grade321.3
10) 10th grade662.6
11) 11th grade28511.3
12) 12th grade90935.9
13) One year of vocational/technical school261.0
14) Two years of vocational/technical school120.5
15) Three years of vocational/technical school50.2
16) One year of college37614.8
17) Two years of college39715.7
18) Three years of college26210.3
19) Four years of college/grad school1234.9
20) Five years of college/grad school80.3
21) Six years of college/grad school30.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
13) (hsdiploma_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED=HIGHER THAN 11TH GRADE] A. High school diploma? (HSDIPLOM)
TOTAL%
0) No612.4
1) Yes102440.4
999) Legitimate skip144757.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
14) (ged_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, DK OR REF] B. GED or equivalency degree? (GED)
TOTAL%
0) No331.3
1) Yes712.8
999) Legitimate skip242895.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
15) (voccert_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, DK OR REF] C. Vocational/technical certificate? (VOCCERT)
TOTAL%
0) No229190.5
1) Yes2309.1
777) Don't know110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
16) (assocdegree_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF HAS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, GED OR EQUIVALENCY DEGREE, DK OR REF] D. Associate's degree (AA/AS)? (ASSOCDEG)
TOTAL%
0) No200379.1
1) Yes1234.9
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip40416.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
17) (bachdegree_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF HAS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, GED OR EQUIVALENCY DEGREE, DK OR REF] E. Bachelor's degree (BA/BS)? (BACHDEG)
TOTAL%
0) No203880.5
1) Yes893.5
999) Legitimate skip40516.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
18) (otherdegree_w3) A:6. Have you received any of the following degrees or diplomas, [INSERT LIST A-F]: [IF HAS HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, GED OR EQUIVALENCY DEGREE, DK OR REF] F. Any other degree or diploma? (SPECIFY) (OTHERDEG)
TOTAL%
0) No240494.9
1) Yes1285.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
19) (currlive_w3) B:1. Where do you live now? That is, where do you stay most often, at . . . (CURRLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Your parent's home107642.5
2) Another person's home1777.0
3) Your own place87634.6
4) Group quarters, like a dorm, sorority, or fraternity house40015.8
5) Homeless20.1
888) Refused10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
20) (anyone_w3) B:1a. Do you live there alone or with others? (ANYONE)
TOTAL%
1) Alone1415.6
2) With others199378.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip39715.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
21) (hhsex1_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX1)
TOTAL%
0) Male97738.6
1) Female101139.9
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip53821.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
22) (hhrel1_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL1)
TOTAL%
1) Wife381.5
2) Daughter230.9
3) Sister913.6
4) Brother's wife20.1
5) Biological mother49819.7
6) Adoptive mother140.6
8) Step mother70.3
10) Mother-in-law10.0
11) Grandmother431.7
12) Great-grandmother10.0
13) Aunt140.6
14) Niece30.1
15) Husband722.8
16) Son220.9
17) Brother1084.3
19) Biological father31912.6
20) Adoptive father90.4
22) Step father321.3
24) Father-in-law20.1
25) Grandfather130.5
27) Uncle90.4
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)2068.1
30) Brother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
31) Sister's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
33) Mother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
34) Cousin170.7
35) Roommate/friend42016.6
36) Other (specify)230.9
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip53821.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
23) (sontyp1_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP1)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son220.9
999) Legitimate skip251099.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
24) (dautyp1_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP1)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter230.9
999) Legitimate skip250999.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
25) (hhsex2_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX2)
TOTAL%
0) Male76130.1
1) Female74129.3
999) Legitimate skip103040.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
26) (hhrel2_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL2)
TOTAL%
1) Wife10.0
2) Daughter491.9
3) Sister1024.0
4) Brother's wife10.0
5) Biological mother35414.0
6) Adoptive mother50.2
8) Step mother160.6
10) Mother-in-law50.2
11) Grandmother170.7
12) Great-grandmother10.0
13) Aunt130.5
14) Niece30.1
15) Husband60.2
16) Son652.6
17) Brother1254.9
18) Sister's husband10.0
19) Biological father2158.5
20) Adoptive father100.4
22) Step father883.5
25) Grandfather140.6
27) Uncle70.3
28) Nephew50.2
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)271.1
30) Brother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
31) Sister's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
32) Father's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)20.1
33) Mother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)160.6
34) Cousin100.4
35) Roommate/friend30412.0
36) Other (specify)381.5
999) Legitimate skip103040.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
27) (sontyp2_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP2)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son612.4
3) Step son30.1
4) Other [RECORD VERBATIM]10.0
999) Legitimate skip246797.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
28) (dautyp2_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP2)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter451.8
2) Adopted daughter10.0
3) Step daughter30.1
999) Legitimate skip248398.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
29) (hhsex3_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX3)
TOTAL%
0) Male50219.8
1) Female46918.5
999) Legitimate skip156161.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
30) (hhrel3_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL3)
TOTAL%
1) Wife30.1
2) Daughter321.3
3) Sister2218.7
5) Biological mother712.8
6) Adoptive mother10.0
8) Step mother30.1
10) Mother-in-law10.0
11) Grandmother210.8
13) Aunt30.1
14) Niece40.2
15) Husband50.2
16) Son240.9
17) Brother2479.8
19) Biological father441.7
20) Adoptive father20.1
22) Step father150.6
24) Father-in-law10.0
25) Grandfather60.2
27) Uncle80.3
28) Nephew70.3
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)170.7
30) Brother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)40.2
31) Sister's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
32) Father's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
33) Mother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)40.2
34) Cousin170.7
35) Roommate/friend1817.1
36) Other (specify)271.1
999) Legitimate skip156161.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
31) (sontyp3_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP3)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son200.8
2) Adopted son10.0
3) Step son30.1
999) Legitimate skip250899.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
32) (dautyp3_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP3)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter271.1
2) Adopted daughter10.0
3) Step daughter40.2
999) Legitimate skip250098.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
33) (hhsex4_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX4)
TOTAL%
0) Male2369.3
1) Female2218.7
999) Legitimate skip207582.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
34) (hhrel4_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL4)
TOTAL%
1) Wife30.1
2) Daughter110.4
3) Sister1074.2
5) Biological mother240.9
6) Adoptive mother10.0
8) Step mother20.1
11) Grandmother130.5
13) Aunt40.2
14) Niece90.4
15) Husband10.0
16) Son120.5
17) Brother1104.3
19) Biological father210.8
22) Step father70.3
24) Father-in-law10.0
25) Grandfather30.1
27) Uncle20.1
28) Nephew120.5
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)90.4
30) Brother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)60.2
32) Father's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
33) Mother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)20.1
34) Cousin140.6
35) Roommate/friend682.7
36) Other (specify)140.6
999) Legitimate skip207582.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
35) (sontyp4_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP4)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son90.4
3) Step son30.1
999) Legitimate skip252099.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
36) (dautyp4_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP4)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter90.4
3) Step daughter10.0
999) Legitimate skip252299.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
37) (hhsex5_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX5)
TOTAL%
0) Male903.6
1) Female1084.3
999) Legitimate skip233492.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
38) (hhrel5_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL5)
TOTAL%
1) Wife20.1
2) Daughter110.4
3) Sister471.9
5) Biological mother80.3
8) Step mother20.1
10) Mother-in-law10.0
11) Grandmother60.2
13) Aunt30.1
14) Niece100.4
15) Husband10.0
16) Son60.2
17) Brother341.3
19) Biological father50.2
22) Step father50.2
25) Grandfather30.1
27) Uncle30.1
28) Nephew30.1
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)30.1
31) Sister's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)20.1
34) Cousin60.2
35) Roommate/friend311.2
36) Other (specify)60.2
999) Legitimate skip233492.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
39) (sontyp5_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP5)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son50.2
3) Step son10.0
999) Legitimate skip252699.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
40) (dautyp5_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP5)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter100.4
3) Step daughter10.0
999) Legitimate skip252199.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
41) (hhsex6_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX6)
TOTAL%
0) Male421.7
1) Female391.5
999) Legitimate skip245196.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
42) (hhrel6_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL6)
TOTAL%
1) Wife10.0
2) Daughter20.1
3) Sister150.6
5) Biological mother20.1
8) Step mother10.0
11) Grandmother10.0
13) Aunt10.0
14) Niece20.1
15) Husband10.0
16) Son40.2
17) Brother170.7
20) Adoptive father10.0
22) Step father30.1
24) Father-in-law10.0
27) Uncle10.0
28) Nephew40.2
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)20.1
34) Cousin20.1
35) Roommate/friend140.6
36) Other (specify)60.2
999) Legitimate skip245196.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
43) (sontyp6_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP6)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son40.2
999) Legitimate skip252899.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
44) (dautyp6_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP6)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter20.1
999) Legitimate skip253099.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
45) (hhsex7_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX7)
TOTAL%
0) Male180.7
1) Female220.9
999) Legitimate skip249298.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
46) (hhrel7_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL7)
TOTAL%
2) Daughter30.1
3) Sister80.3
14) Niece10.0
15) Husband10.0
16) Son10.0
17) Brother50.2
19) Biological father10.0
22) Step father20.1
27) Uncle10.0
28) Nephew20.1
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)20.1
34) Cousin10.0
35) Roommate/friend80.3
36) Other (specify)40.2
999) Legitimate skip249298.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
47) (sontyp7_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP7)
TOTAL%
1) Biological son10.0
999) Legitimate skip2531100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
48) (dautyp7_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP7)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter30.1
999) Legitimate skip252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
49) (hhsex8_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX8)
TOTAL%
0) Male40.2
1) Female160.6
999) Legitimate skip251299.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
50) (hhrel8_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL8)
TOTAL%
2) Daughter30.1
3) Sister60.2
11) Grandmother10.0
14) Niece10.0
17) Brother10.0
28) Nephew10.0
29) Partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
30) Brother's partner (girlfriend/boyfriend)10.0
34) Cousin10.0
35) Roommate/friend30.1
36) Other (specify)10.0
999) Legitimate skip251299.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
51) (sontyp8_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP8)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
52) (dautyp8_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP8)
TOTAL%
1) Biological daughter30.1
999) Legitimate skip252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
53) (hhsex9_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX9)
TOTAL%
0) Male40.2
1) Female70.3
999) Legitimate skip252199.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
54) (hhrel9_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL9)
TOTAL%
3) Sister40.2
13) Aunt10.0
14) Niece10.0
17) Brother30.1
34) Cousin10.0
36) Other (specify)10.0
999) Legitimate skip252199.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
55) (sontyp9_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP9)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
56) (dautyp9_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP9)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
57) (hhsex10_w3) B:3. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] male or female? (HHSEX10)
TOTAL%
0) Male30.1
1) Female20.1
999) Legitimate skip252799.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
58) (hhrel10_w3) B:4. What is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2]'s relationship to you? [READ LIST ONLY IF NECESSARY] [BLAISE WILL ONLY DISPLAY RELATIONSHIP TYPES OF THE APPROPRIATE GENDER] (HHREL10)
TOTAL%
3) Sister20.1
17) Brother20.1
19) Biological father10.0
999) Legitimate skip252799.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
59) (sontyp10_w3) [IF "SON" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:5. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step son? (SONTYP10)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
60) (dautyp10_w3) [IF "DAUGHTER" IS A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER] B:6. Is [INSERT NAME FROM B:2] your biological, adopted, or step daughter? (DAUTYP10)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
61) (listpar1_w3) [IF RESPONDENT REPORTS THAT A FEMALE LIVES IN THE HOUSEHOLD, HAS WAVE 1 MOTHER, AND DID NOT REPORT THE WAVE 1 MOTHER AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:16. Is [WAVE1 MOTHER NAME] who you were living with in [survmonth] of [survyear], back when you completed the first NYS telephone survey, on the list of people you just provided as living in your current household? (LISTPAR1)
TOTAL%
0) No54221.4
1) Yes97238.4
999) Legitimate skip101840.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
62) (listparnum1_w3) [IF RESPONDENT REPORTS THAT A FEMALE LIVES IN THE HOUSEHOLD, HAS WAVE 1 MOTHER, AND DID NOT REPORT THE WAVE 1 MOTHER AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:17. Just to confirm, which person is this? [ENTER B:2 NUMBER FOR THAT PERSON] (LISTPRN1)
TOTAL%
1) 149819.7
2) 236214.3
3) 3722.8
4) 4271.1
5) 5100.4
6) 620.1
999) Legitimate skip156161.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
63) (primpar1_w3) [IF THE MOTHER FIGURE THE RESPONDENT WAS LIVING WITH AT THE TIME THE WAVE 1 SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED IS LIVING IN THE CURRENT HOUSEHOLD] B:17a. Do you consider this person to be your primary mother figure? (PRIMPAR1)
TOTAL%
0) No190.8
1) Yes95037.5
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip156161.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
64) (paraway1_w3) [IF LIVES ALONE, DK OR REF, OR IF THE MOTHER FIGURE THE RESPONDENT WAS LIVING WITH AT THE TIME THE WAVE 1 SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED IS NOT LIVING IN THE CURRENT HOUSEHOLD, DK OR REF, HAS A WAVE 1 MOTHER AND DID NOT REPORT THIS PARENT AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:18. Is [WAVE1 MOTHER NAME] [IF B:16=BLANK, THEN: "who you were living with in [survmonth] of [survyear], back when you completed the first NSYR telephone survey,"] living elsewhere or no longer living? (PARAWAY1)
TOTAL%
1) Living elsewhere144357.0
2) No longer living160.6
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip106942.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
65) (primpar2_w3) [IF LIVES ALONE, DK OR REF, OR IF THE MOTHER FIGURE THE RESPONDENT WAS LIVING WITH AT THE TIME THE WAVE 1 SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED IS NOT LIVING IN THE CURRENT HOUSEHOLD, DK OR REF, HAS A WAVE 1 MOTHER, AND DID NOT REPORT THIS PARENT AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2 OR WAVE 3] B:18a. Do you consider this person to be your primary mother figure? (PRIMPAR2)
TOTAL%
0) No893.5
1) Yes135553.5
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip108442.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
66) (momlive_w3) [IF WAVE 1 MOTHER IS LIVING ELSEWHERE] [INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT NAMES A NUMBER AS THEIR RESPONSE READ BACK THE ANSWER ASSOCIATED WITH THAT NUMBER TO CLARIFY] D:2. Does [MOTHER 1] live . . . (MOMLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) In the same city or town as you42916.9
2) Within a couple hours drive away56922.5
3) More than a couple hours drive, but drivable in one day27811.0
4) More than one day's drive away1666.6
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip108843.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
67) (momcontact_w3) [IF WAVE 1 MOTHER IS LIVING ELSEWHERE] D:1. Are you still in contact with MOTHER1? [IF ANY CONTACT AT ALL, CODE YES] (MOMCONT)
TOTAL%
0) No271.1
1) Yes141655.9
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip108843.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
68) (momcontact1_w3) [IF STILL IN CONTACT WITH WAVE 1 MOTHER] D:2a. During the past month, about how often have you talked on the phone, emailed, or messaged with [MOTHER 1]? Would you say that it has been . . . [INTERVIEWER: IF R JUST RECENTLY MOVED OUT FROM A HOME SHARED WITH THE WAVE 1 MOTHER, SAY "since you moved away from [MOTHER 1]"] (MOMCONT1)
TOTAL%
1) Almost everyday70427.8
2) Once or twice a week58723.2
3) Once or twice during the month1094.3
4) Not at all during the past month170.7
999) Legitimate skip111544.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
69) (momcontact2_w3) [IF STILL IN CONTACT WITH WAVE 1 MOTHER] D:2b. Over the past month, would you say you have seen [MOTHER1] [INTERVIEWER: IF R JUST RECENTLY MOVED OUT FROM A HOME SHARED WITH THE WAVE 1 MOTHER, SAY "since you moved away from [MOTHER 1]"] . . . (MOMCONT2)
TOTAL%
1) Almost everyday1556.1
2) Once or twice a week35213.9
3) Once or twice a month62024.5
4) Not at all during the past month28711.3
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip111544.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
70) (momclose_w3) [IF HAS MOTHER] D:3. How close or not close do you feel to [MOTHER1]? Is it . . . (MOMCLOSE)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close82032.4
2) Very100539.7
3) Fairly35614.1
4) Somewhat1475.8
5) Not Very381.5
6) Not close at all220.9
999) Legitimate skip1445.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
71) (momrelat_w3) [IF HAS MOTHER] D:4. Generally, how well do you and [MOTHER1] get along? Is it . . . (MOMRELAT)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well64025.3
2) Very well111143.9
3) Fairly well56422.3
4) Not so well451.8
5) Pretty poorly230.9
6) Very badly50.2
999) Legitimate skip1445.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
72) (momtalk1_w3) [IF HAS MOTHER] D:5. How often do you talk with [MOTHER1] about personal subjects? Is it . . . (MOMTALK1)
TOTAL%
1) Very often60523.9
2) Fairly often64025.3
3) Sometimes74029.2
4) Rarely30412.0
5) Never993.9
999) Legitimate skip1445.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
73) (momunderstand_w3) [IF HAS MOTHER] D:6. How much does [MOTHER1] understand you? (MOMUNDER)
TOTAL%
1) Very much108843.0
2) Somewhat107742.5
3) Not very much1666.6
4) Not at all562.2
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip1445.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
74) (pripar1_w3) [IF REPORTED THAT THE WAVE 1 MOTHER IS NOT THE CURRENT PRIMARY MOTHER FIGURE OR IF DID NOT REPORT ON A MOTHER FIGURE IN WAVE 1 OR MOTHER FIGURE REPORTED DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:12. [IF B:17a=0 OR B:18a=0, "You said that you do not consider [MOTHER 1] to be your primary mother figure."] Is there someone [IF B:17a=0 OR B:18a=0 OR B:18=2, "else"] that you currently consider to be your primary mother figure? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS HE/SHE DOES CONSIDER MOTHER 1 THE PRIMARY MOTHER FIGURE, BACK UP AND CORRECT B:17a OR B:18a] (PRIPAR1)
TOTAL%
0) No632.5
1) Yes1586.2
999) Legitimate skip231191.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
75) (relpar1w3_w3) [IF THERE IS A WAVE 3 MOTHER FIGURE] B:12b. What is [FILL IN NAME FROM B:12a] [IF B:12a=REF, THEN "your primary mother figure"]'s relationship to you? (RELPAR1)
TOTAL%
1) Biological mother1254.9
2) Adoptive mother10.0
3) Step mother40.2
4) Something else [TAKE VERBATIM RESPONSE]281.1
999) Legitimate skip237493.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
76) (mom3close_w3) [IF HAS WAVE 3 MOTHER] D:10b. How close or not close do you feel to [FILL IN WITH B:12a RESPONSE]? Is it . . . (MOM3CLOS)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close512.0
2) Very642.5
3) Fairly281.1
4) Somewhat100.4
5) Not very20.1
6) Not close at all30.1
999) Legitimate skip237493.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
77) (listpar2_w3) [IF RESPONDENT REPORTS THAT A MALE LIVES IN THE HOUSEHOLD, AND THE RESPONDENT REPORTED A FATHER IN WAVE 1 AND DID NOT REPORT FATHER 1 AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:20. Is [WAVE1 FATHER NAME] who you were living with in [survmonth] of [survyear], back when you completed the first NYS telephone survey, on the list of people you just provided as living in your current household? (LISTPAR2)
TOTAL%
0) No55822.0
1) Yes70327.8
999) Legitimate skip127150.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
78) (listparnum2_w3) [IF FATHER FIGURE RESPONDENT REPORTED LIVING WITH IN WAVE 1 IS CURRENTLY IN THE HOUSEHOLD] B:21. Just to confirm, which person is this? [ENTER B:2 NUMBER FOR THAT PERSON] (LISTPRN2)
TOTAL%
1) 133313.2
2) 227811.0
3) 3542.1
4) 4220.9
5) 5110.4
6) 620.1
7) 720.1
10) 1010.0
999) Legitimate skip182972.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
79) (primpar3_w3) [IF FATHER FIGURE RESPONDENT REPORTED LIVING WITH IN WAVE 1 IS CURRENTLY IN THE HOUSEHOLD] B:21a. Do you consider this person to be your primary father figure? (PRIMPAR3)
TOTAL%
0) No461.8
1) Yes65625.9
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip182972.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
80) (paraway2_w3) [IF LIVES ALONE, DK OR REF, OR IF THE FATHER FIGURE RESPONDENT REPORTED LIVING WITH IN WAVE 1 IS NOT IN THE CURRENT HOUSEHOLD, DK OR REF, HAS A WAVE 1 FATHER, AND DID NOT REPORT THIS PARENT AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2] B:22. Is [WAVE1 FATHER NAME] [IF B:20=BLANK, THEN: "who you were living with in [survmonth] of [survyear], back when you completed the first NSYR telephone survey,"] living elsewhere or no longer living? [INTERVIEWER: IF R STATES "HE LIVES WITH ME", BACK UP AND ADD THE PERSON TO THE HOUSEHOLD LIST.] (PARAWAY2)
TOTAL%
1) Living elsewhere124649.2
2) No longer living190.8
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip126449.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
81) (primpar4_w3) [IF LIVES ALONE, DK OR REF, OR IF THE FATHER FIGURE RESPONDENT REPORTED LIVING WITH IN WAVE 1 IS NOT IN THE CURRENT HOUSEHOLD, DK OR REF, HAS A WAVE 1 FATHER, AND DID NOT REPORT THIS PARENT AS DECEASED IN WAVE 2 OR IN WAVE 3] B:22a. Do you consider this person to be your primary father figure? (PRIMPAR4)
TOTAL%
0) No1777.0
1) Yes107042.3
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip128350.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
82) (dadlive_w3) [IF WAVE 1 FATHER IS LIVING ELSEWHERE] [INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT NAMES A NUMBER AS THEIR RESPONSE READ BACK THE ANSWER ASSOCIATED WITH THAT NUMBER TO CLARIFY] D:9. Does [FATHER1] live . . . (DADLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) In the same city or town as you34713.7
2) A couple of hours drive away51220.2
3) More than a couple hours drive, but drivable in one day2379.4
4) More than one day's drive away1445.7
777) Don't know60.2
999) Legitimate skip128650.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
83) (dadcontact1_w3) [IF STILL IN CONTACT WITH WAVE 1 FATHER, DK OR REF] D:9a. During the past month, about how often have you talked on the phone, emailed, or messaged with [FATHER 1]? Would you say that it has been . . . [INTERVIEWER: IF R JUST RECENTLY MOVED OUT FROM A HOME SHARED WITH THE WAVE 1 FATHER, CLARIFY WITH "since you moved away from [FATHER 1]"] (DADCONT1)
TOTAL%
1) Almost every day26710.5
2) Once or twice a week56622.4
3) Once or twice during the month27210.7
4) Not at all during the past month632.5
999) Legitimate skip136453.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
84) (dadcontact_w3) [IF WAVE 1 FATHER IS LIVING ELSEWHERE] D:8. Are you still in contact with [FATHER 1]? [IF ANY CONTACT AT ALL, CODE YES] (DADCONT)
TOTAL%
0) No783.1
1) Yes116846.1
999) Legitimate skip128650.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
85) (dadcontact2_w3) [IF STILL IN CONTACT WITH WAVE 1 FATHER, DK OR REF] D:9b. Over the past month, would you say you have seen [FATHER1] . . . [INTERVIEWER: IF R JUST RECENTLY MOVED OUT FROM A HOME SHARED WITH THE WAVE 1 FATHER, CLARIFY WITH, "since you moved away from [FATHER 1]"] (DADCONT2)
TOTAL%
1) Almost everyday923.6
2) Once or twice a week26010.3
3) Once or twice during the month55421.9
4) Not at all during the past month26010.3
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip136453.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
86) (dadclose_w3) [IF HAS FATHER] D:10. How close or not close do you feel to [FATHER1]? Is it . . . (DADCLOSE)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close34713.7
2) Very67726.7
3) Fairly44917.7
4) Somewhat25710.2
5) Not very833.3
6) Not close at all582.3
999) Legitimate skip66126.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
87) (dadrelat_w3) [IF HAS FATHER] D:11. Generally, how well do you and [FATHER1] get along? Is it . . . (DADRELAT)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely well41916.5
2) Very well76630.3
3) Fairly well56122.2
4) Not so well823.2
5) Pretty poorly230.9
6) Very badly200.8
999) Legitimate skip66126.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
88) (dadtalk1_w3) [IF HAS FATHER] D:12. How often do you talk with [FATHER1] about personal subjects? Is it . . . (DADTALK1)
TOTAL%
1) Very often1676.6
2) Fairly often35814.1
3) Sometimes61224.2
4) Rarely48819.3
5) Never2469.7
999) Legitimate skip66126.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
89) (dadunderstand_w3) [IF HAS FATHER] D:13. How much does [FATHER1] understand you? (DADUNDER)
TOTAL%
1) Very much62024.5
2) Somewhat92036.3
3) Not very much2279.0
4) Not at all1014.0
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip66126.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
90) (partogthr_w3) [IF PARENT FIGURE REFERRED TO IN QUESTION B:18 AND PARENT FIGURE REFERRED TO IN QUESTION B:22 ARE BOTH "LIVING ELSEWHERE"] B:24. Do [fill answer from B:19] and [fill answer from B:23] currently live together? (PARTOGTH)
TOTAL%
0) No1335.3
1) Yes97538.5
999) Legitimate skip142456.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
91) (pripar2w3_w3) [IF REPORTED THAT THE WAVE 1 FATHER IS NOT THE CURRENT PRIMARY FATHER FIGURE OR DID NOT REPORT ON A FATHER FIGURE IN WAVE 1] B:13. [IF B:21a=0 OR B:22a=0, "You said that you do not consider [FATHER 1] to be your primary father figure."] Is there someone [IF B:21a=0 OR B:22a=0 OR B:22=2, "else"] that you currently consider to be your primary father figure? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS HE/SHE DOES CONSIDER FATHER 1 THE PRIMARY FATHER FIGURE, BACK UP AND CORRECT B:21a OR B:22a] (PRIPAR2)
TOTAL%
0) No31912.6
1) Yes48419.1
999) Legitimate skip172968.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
92) (relpar2w3_w3) [IF THERE IS A WAVE 3 FATHER FIGURE] B:13b. What is [FILL IN NAME FROM B:13a] [IF B:13a=REF, THEN "your primary father figure"]'s relationship to you? (RELPAR2)
TOTAL%
1) Biological father38915.4
2) Adoptive father50.2
3) Step father311.2
4) Something else [TAKE VERBATIM RESPONSE]592.3
999) Legitimate skip204880.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
93) (dadclose_w3) [IF HAS WAVE 3 FATHER] D:10a. How close or not close do you feel to [FILL IN WITH B:13a RESPONSE, IF B:13a=REF, THEN "your primary father figure"]? Is it . . . (DAD3CLOS)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely close1134.5
2) Very1646.5
3) Fairly1244.9
4) Somewhat522.1
5) Not very240.9
6) Not close at all70.3
999) Legitimate skip204880.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
94) (parentbrkup_w3) D:24. How many times, if any, have the people you consider to be your parents experienced a break-up of a marriage or marriage-like relationship? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-20, 20=20 OR MORE][INTERVIEWER: THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE DEATHS] (PARBRKUP)
TOTAL%
0) 0144557.1
1) 163925.2
2) 22048.1
3) 3803.2
4) 4401.6
5) 5341.3
6) 6170.7
7) 770.3
8) 810.0
9) 910.0
10) 1040.2
12) 1220.1
15) 1520.1
20) 2020.1
777) Don't know421.7
888) Refused120.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
95) (livebrkup_w3) [IF PARENTS HAVE EXPERIENCED A BREAK UP OF RELATIONSHIP SINCE LAST INTERVIEW] D:25. For how many of those break-ups were you living in the same household as these people at the time they broke up? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-20, 20=20 OR MORE] (LIVBRKUP)
TOTAL%
0) 01204.7
1) 164825.6
2) 21445.7
3) 3532.1
4) 4271.1
5) 5180.7
6) 670.3
7) 720.1
8) 820.1
10) 1030.1
11) 1110.0
12) 1210.0
15) 1510.0
20) 2020.1
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip149959.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
96) (marstat_w3) C:1. And now, [IF REPORTED LIVING WITH A "WIFE" OR "HUSBAND", INSERT: "Just to confirm . . ."] what is your own marital status? Is it . . . (MARSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Never married235793.1
2) Married1465.8
3) Married but separated160.6
4) Divorced60.2
5) Widowed30.1
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
97) (marmoronce_w3) [IF HAS EVER BEEN MARRIED] C:2. Have you been married more than once? (MARMORE)
TOTAL%
0) No1706.7
1) Yes10.0
999) Legitimate skip236193.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
98) (spousrel_w3) [IF HAS EVER BEEN MARRIED] C:3b. What was your [IF C:2=1,DK,REF, "first"] spouse's religious preference or affiliation when you first met? Was it Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, another religion, or not religious? (SPOUSREL)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic251.0
2) Christian/another kind of Christian/Protestant933.7
3) Jewish20.1
5) Another religion80.3
6) Not religious421.7
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip236193.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
99) (metspourel_w3) [IF HAS EVER BEEN MARRIED] C:3c. What was your religious preference or affiliation when you first met your [IF C:2=1,DK,REF, "first"] spouse? Was is Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, another religion, or not religious? (METSPREL)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic301.2
2) Christian/another kind of Christian/Protestant983.9
3) Jewish20.1
5) Another religion90.4
6) Not religious321.3
999) Legitimate skip236193.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
100) (mismatchrel_w3) [IF HAS EVER BEEN MARRIED] C:3d. At any point during your relationship, did either of you convert to a different religion? (MISMTCH)
TOTAL%
0) No1576.2
1) Yes140.6
999) Legitimate skip236193.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
101) (mismatchrel2_w3) [IF CONVERTED] C:3e. Who converted? [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSION".] (MISMTCH2)
TOTAL%
1) Spouse60.2
2) Self70.3
3) Both10.0
999) Legitimate skip251899.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
102) (mismatchrel3_w3) [IF SPOUSE OR BOTH CONVERTED] C:3f. [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSION".] 1. [RECORD VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS] (MISMTCH3)
103) (mistatchrel4_w3) [IF R OR BOTH CONVERTED] C:3g. [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSION".] 1. [RECORD VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS] (MISMTCH4)
104) (partner_w3) [IF REPORTED A PARTNER (GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND) CURRENTLY LIVING IN THE HOUSEHOLD] C:5. We have [INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] listed as your romantic partner currently living with you in your household. Is this correct? (PARTNER)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25510.1
666) Invalid skip120.5
999) Legitimate skip226589.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
105) (fstcohab_w3) [IF CONFIRMS "GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND" AS A ROMANTIC PARTNER IN THE HOUSEHOLD] C:6. Is this the first romantic partner, to whom you were not married, with whom you have shared a living space and address? (FSTCOHAB)
TOTAL%
0) No331.3
1) Yes2218.7
666) Invalid skip120.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip226589.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
106) (evercohab_w3) [IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT REPORT CURRENTLY LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT LIVING WITH A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:11. Some couples live together without being married. By living together we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same address and living space. Have you ever lived together with someone in this way? [IF C:1>1 THEN PROBE: "If, for at least one month, you lived with someone whom you later married, include that relationship."] [INTERVIEWER: DO NOT COUNT "DATING" OR "SLEEPING OVER." THIS QUESTION IS ABOUT A SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP WHERE A COUPLE SHARES THE SAME ADDRESS.] (EVERCOH)
TOTAL%
0) No184072.7
1) Yes30712.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip38415.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
107) (cohabok_w3) [IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT REPORT CURRENTLY LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND RESPONDENT IS NOT MARRIED AND RESPONDENT HAS NEVER LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER, DK OR REF] C:12. In the future, would you ever consider living with a romantic partner that you were not married to? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "MAYBE", PROBE ONCE. IF HE/SHE STILL SAYS "MAYBE", CODE YES.] (COHABOK)
TOTAL%
0) No56822.4
1) Yes119147.0
777) Don't know70.3
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip76530.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
108) (numcohab_w3) [IF HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER MORE THAN ONCE, DK OR REF, OR HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER BEFORE] C:13. [IF partner_w2=1 OR evercohab_w2=1 AND C:5<>1 "Some couples live together without being married. By living together we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same address and living space."] With how many different romantic partners have you shared a living space and address? [IF C:1<>1 AND C:11=BLANK THEN PROBE: "If, for at least one month, you lived with someone whom you later married, include that relationship."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (NUMCOHAB)
TOTAL%
0) 0291.1
1) 134613.7
2) 2883.5
3) 3271.1
4) 440.2
5) 510.0
6) 610.0
15) 1510.0
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip203480.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
109) (partsex_w3) [IF HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:14. Was that [IF C:13>1,DK,REF, "first"] partner male or female? (PARTSEX)
TOTAL%
1) Female1716.8
2) 21505.9
999) Legitimate skip221187.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
110) (marcohab_w3) [IF REPORTED COHABITATING IN WAVE 2 AND HAS BEEN MARRIED] C:16. Is the [IF C:13>1,DK,REF, "first"] romantic partner you lived with also the [IF C:2=1 INSERT "first"] person you married? (MARCOHAB)
TOTAL%
0) No190.8
1) Yes672.6
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip244596.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
111) (currellengthyr_w3) [IF HAS LIVED, OR IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:9. How long had you been in a relationship with [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] when you decided to move in together? [RECORD LENGTH OF TIME IN NUMBER OF DAYS, MONTHS, AND/OR YEARS] [PROBE: "Your best guess is fine."] YEARS [RANGE=0-20] [INTERVIEWER: ALLOW & ENTER ½ YEARS AS DECIMAL POINT .5] (CURRELYR)
TOTAL%
0) 0461.8
1) 11074.2
1.5) 1.5160.6
2) 2491.9
2.5) 2.5100.4
3) 3331.3
3.5) 3.520.1
4) 4180.7
5) 5130.5
6) 640.2
7) 720.1
8) 810.0
999) Legitimate skip223188.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
112) (currellengthmo_w3) [IF HAS LIVED, OR IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:9. How long had you been in a relationship with [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] when you decided to move in together? [RECORD LENGTH OF TIME IN NUMBER OF DAYS, MONTHS, AND/OR YEARS] [PROBE: "Your best guess is fine."] MONTHS [RANGE=0-12] [INTERVIEWER: ALLOW & ENTER ½ MONTHS AS DECIMAL POINT .5] (CURRELMO)
TOTAL%
0) 0251.0
1) 1281.1
1.5) 1.520.1
2) 2371.5
2.5) 2.520.1
3) 3371.5
3.5) 3.510.0
4) 4341.3
5) 5180.7
6) 6612.4
6.5) 6.510.0
7) 7110.4
8) 8120.5
9) 9110.4
10) 1030.1
11) 1160.2
999) Legitimate skip224388.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
113) (currellengthwk_w3) [IF HAS LIVED, OR IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:9. How long had you been in a relationship with [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] when you decided to move in together? [RECORD LENGTH OF TIME IN NUMBER OF DAYS, MONTHS, AND/OR YEARS] [PROBE: "Your best guess is fine."] WEEKS [RANGE=0-52] (CURRELWK)
TOTAL%
0) 0512.0
1) 150.2
2) 2130.5
3) 330.1
999) Legitimate skip246097.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
114) (currellengthdays_w3) [IF HAS LIVED, OR IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:9. How long had you been in a relationship with [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] when you decided to move in together? [RECORD LENGTH OF TIME IN NUMBER OF DAYS, MONTHS, AND/OR YEARS] [PROBE: "Your best guess is fine."] DAYS [RANGE=0-365] (CURRELDY)
TOTAL%
0) 0582.3
1) 120.1
4) 410.0
999) Legitimate skip247197.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
115) (curengcohab_w3) [IF HAS LIVED, OR IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER AND DID NOT REPORT ON A PARTNER IN WAVE 2] C:10. At the time you and [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] began living together, were the two of you engaged to be married? (CURENGV)
TOTAL%
0) No43117.0
1) Yes813.2
999) Legitimate skip202079.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
116) (relcohab_w3) [IF IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS NEVER BEEN MARRIED AND HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS BEEN MARRIED BUT FIRST PERSON MARRIED IS NOT THE FIRST PERSON R LIVED WITH] C:10a. What was the religious preference or affiliation of [IF C:6=1, INSERT NAME OF PARTNER FROM B:2] [IF NO B:4=29 INSERT RESPONSE FROM C:15] [IF partner_w2=1 OR evercohab_w2=1 AND C:13>0,DK,REF, "the first romantic partner you lived with"] when you first met? Was it Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, another religion, or not religious? (RELCOHAB)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic1003.9
2) Christian/another kind of Christian/Protestant2279.0
3) Jewish80.3
4) Muslim/Islamic40.2
5) Another religion251.0
6) Not religious2178.6
777) Don't know160.6
999) Legitimate skip193576.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
117) (relcohab2_w3) [IF IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS NEVER BEEN MARRIED AND HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS BEEN MARRIED BUT FIRST PERSON MARRIED IS NOT THE FIRST PERSON R LIVED WITH] C:10b. What was your religious preference or affiliation when you first met? Was it Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, another religion, or not religious? (RELCOHB2)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic773.0
2) Christian/Another kind of Christian/Protestant28711.3
3) Jewish70.3
5) Another religion331.3
6) Not religious1927.6
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip193576.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
118) (relcohab3_w3) [IF IS LIVING WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS NEVER BEEN MARRIED AND HAS LIVED WITH A ROMANTIC PARTNER OR HAS BEEN MARRIED BUT FIRST PERSON MARRIED IS NOT THE FIRST PERSON R LIVED WITH] C:10c. At any point during your relationship, did either of you convert to a different religion? (RELCOHB3)
TOTAL%
0) No57722.8
1) Yes200.8
999) Legitimate skip193576.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
119) (relcohab4_w3) [IF CONVERTED] C:10d. Who converted? [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSION".] (RELCOHB4)
TOTAL%
1) Cohabiting partner100.4
2) Self100.4
999) Legitimate skip251299.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
120) (relcohab5_w3) [IF COHABITING PARTNER OR BOTH CONVERTED] C:10e. To what religion did your partner convert? [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSION".] 1. [RECORD VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS] (RELCOHB5)
121) (relcohab6_w3) [IF R OR BOTH CONVERTED] C:10f. To what religion did you convert? [INTERVIEWER: IF R REPORTS MULTIPLE CONVERSIONS DURING THE RELATIONSHIP, ASK R TO REPORT ON THE "FIRST CONVERSTION".] 1. [RECORD VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS] (RELCOHB6)
122) (faith1_w3) F:1. How important or unimportant is religious faith in shaping how you live your daily life? Is it: (FAITH1)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important47218.6
2) Very60523.9
3) Somewhat74429.4
4) Not very37014.6
5) Not important at all33613.3
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
123) (prayansr_w3) F:2. In the last two years have you . . . [INSERT LIST A-C] A. experienced a definite answer to prayer or specific guidance from God? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "MAYBE", PROBE ONCE. IF HE/SHE STILL SAYS "MAYBE", CODE YES.] (PRAYANSR)
TOTAL%
0) No131652.0
1) Yes119647.2
777) Don't know160.6
888) Refused40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
124) (miracle_w3) F:2. In the last two years have you . . . [INSERT LIST A-C] B. witnessed or experienced what you believe was a miracle from God? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "MAYBE", PROBE ONCE. IF HE/SHE STILL SAYS "MAYBE", CODE YES.] (MIRACLE)
TOTAL%
0) No150759.5
1) Yes101840.2
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
125) (comitgod_w3) F:2. In the last two years have you . . . [INSERT LIST A-C] C. made a personal commitment to live your life for God? (COMITGOD)
TOTAL%
0) No158562.6
1) Yes93937.1
777) Don't know70.3
888) Refused10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
126) (attreg_w3) F:3. Do you attend religious services more than once or twice a year, not counting weddings, baptisms, and funerals? [DOES NOT INCLUDE RELIGIOUS YOUTH GROUP MEETINGS] (ATTREG)
TOTAL%
0) No92536.5
1) Yes160663.4
777) Don't know10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
127) (churtype_w3) [IF ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF] F:4. What religion or denomination is the place where you go to religious services? [PROMPT: "What kind of church is it?"] [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "CHRISTIAN", PROBE FOR SPECIFIC CHURCH OR DENOMINATION!] [IF ATTEND MORE THAN ONE, THEN ASK FOR THE ONE THEY ATTEND MOST OFTEN FIRST] (CHURTYPE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL2532387.31469
128) (baptistgrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "BAPTIST"] F:4a. With which Baptist group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is it Southern Baptist Convention, the American Baptist Churches in the USA, the American Baptist Association, the National Baptist Convention USA, an independent Baptist church, or some other Baptist group?) (BAPTIST)
TOTAL%
1) American Baptist Association170.7
2) American Baptist Churches in the USA (American Baptist Church)150.6
6) Baptist Missionary Association10.0
8) Conservative Baptist Association of America10.0
9) Free Will Baptist20.1
10) Fundamentalist Baptist (No denominational ties)40.2
12) General Baptist130.5
13) Independent Baptist471.9
14) Just Baptist261.0
15) Missionary Baptist100.4
16) National Baptist Convention of American, Inc./USA50.2
19) Northern Baptist10.0
21) Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc.10.0
23) Southern Baptist Convention1505.9
26) Other Baptist150.6
777) Don't know682.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip215585.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
129) (methstgrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "METHODIST"] F:4b. With which Methodist group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church, or some other Methodist group?) (METHST)
TOTAL%
1) African Methodist Episcopal (AME)40.2
2) African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion10.0
3) Christian Methodist Episcopal (CEM)40.2
6) United Methodist/United Methodist Church813.2
8) Other Methodist30.1
777) Don't know40.2
999) Legitimate skip243596.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
130) (prsbiangrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "PRESBYTERIAN"] F:4c. With which Presbyterian group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the Presbyterian Church in the USA, the Presbyterian Church in America, or some other Presbyterian group?) (PRSBIAN)
TOTAL%
4) Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC)10.0
5) Just Presbyterian50.2
7) Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)90.4
8) Presbyterian Church in the USA (PCUSA)90.4
9) Reformed Presbyterian Churches of North America (RPC)10.0
10) Other Presbyterian40.2
777) Don't know60.2
999) Legitimate skip249798.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
131) (luthangrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "LUTHERAN"] F:4d. With which Lutheran group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Synod, or some other Lutheran group?) (LUTHAN)
TOTAL%
1) American Lutheran Church10.0
2) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ECLA)230.9
3) Free Lutheran10.0
4) Lutheran Brethren10.0
5) Lutheran Church in America (LCA)10.0
6) Just Lutheran50.2
7) Missouri Synod150.6
8) Wisconsin Synod30.1
9) Other Lutheran160.6
777) Don't know100.4
999) Legitimate skip245697.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
132) (refmedgrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "REFORMED"] F:4e. With which Reformed group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the Christian Reformed Church, the Reformed Church in America, or some other Reformed group?) (REFMED)
TOTAL%
5) Other Reformed10.0
999) Legitimate skip2531100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
133) (congalgrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "CONGREGATIONAL"] F:4f. With which Congregational group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the United Church of Christ, just a Congregational church, or some other Congregational group?) (CONGAL)
TOTAL%
5) United Church of Christ (UCC)10.0
6) Other Congregational10.0
999) Legitimate skip253099.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
134) (chchstgrp_w3) [IF REPORTS "CHURCH OF CHRIST"] F:4g. With which Church of Christ group are you most closely associated? (PROBE IF NEEDED: Is that the Church of Christ, the Church of God in Christ, the United Church of Christ, or some other Church of Christ group?) (CHCHST)
TOTAL%
1) Church (Churches) of Christ90.4
2) Church of God in Christ20.1
3) United Church of Christ (UCC)10.0
4) Just Church/Churches of Christ80.3
5) Other church or Churches of Christ Group70.3
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip250498.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
135) (attend1_w3) [IF ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF] F:5. About how often do you usually attend religious services there? Is it: (ATTEND1)
TOTAL%
1) A few times a year49719.6
2) Many times a year1676.6
3) Once a month1907.5
4) 2-3 times a month26110.3
5) Once a week31712.5
6) More than once a week1736.8
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip92536.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
136) (attoth1_w3) [IF ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF] F:6. Do you attend religious services at any other religious congregation? (ATTOTH1)
TOTAL%
0) No135853.6
1) Yes2499.8
999) Legitimate skip92536.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
137) (othchur_w3) [IF ATTENDS SERVICES AT ANOTHER CONGREGATION] [IF F:6=1] F:7. What religion or denomination is this other place where you go to religious services? [PROMPT: "What kind of church is it?"] [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "CHRISTIAN", PROBE FOR SPECIFIC CHURCH OR DENOMINATION!] [IF ATTEND MORE THAN ONE, THEN ASK FOR THE ONE THEY ATTEND MOST OFTEN FIRST] (OTHCHUR)
TOTAL%
1) Adventist/Seventh-day Adventist10.0
4) Assemblies of God (Assembly of God)10.0
6) Baptist612.4
8) Brethren20.1
9) Buddhist20.1
10) Catholic341.3
11) Charismatic10.0
12) Christian or just Christian160.6
15) Church of Christ (Churches of Christ)60.2
18) Church of the Nazarene10.0
22) Episcopalian20.1
28) Free Methodist Church10.0
29) Friends10.0
31) Hindu10.0
32) Holiness10.0
34) Interdenominational/Interdenominational Protestant10.0
36) Jehovah's Witness (Kingdom Hall)30.1
37) Jewish70.3
38) Protestant30.1
40) Lutheran90.4
41) Mennonite10.0
42) Methodist210.8
45) Mormon10.0
46) Muslim20.1
47) Nazarene20.1
49) Non-denominational Protestant401.6
50) Orthodox (Eastern, Greek, Russian, etc.)10.0
52) Pentecostal70.3
53) Presbyterian60.2
55) Reformed10.0
56) Roman Catholic10.0
59) United Church of Christ (UCC)10.0
65) Other [SPECIFY VERBATIM: ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS]20.1
66) Apostolic10.0
777) Don't know80.3
999) Legitimate skip228390.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
138) (othchat_w3) [IF ATTENDS SERVICES AT ANOTHER CONGREGATION] F:8. About how often do you usually attend religious services there? Is it: (OTHCHAT)
TOTAL%
1) A few times a year1395.5
2) Many times a year230.9
3) Once a month331.3
4) 2-3 times a month291.1
5) Once a week180.7
6) More than once a week60.2
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip228390.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
139) (relaffil_w3) [IF DOES NOT ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES] F:9. Regardless of whether you attend any religious services, do you now ever think of yourself as part of a particular religion, denomination, or church? (RELAFFIL)
TOTAL%
0) No58323.0
1) Yes34013.4
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip160763.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
140) (relig0_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF PART OF A RELIGION OR IF RESPONDENT ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF] F:10. [IF F:4<67 INSERT, "Okay, you've told me where you go to religious services. Now, . . ."] Do you generally consider yourself to be Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, another religion, or not religious?" [IF R SEEMS CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT "ANOTHER KIND OF CHRISTIAN" MEANS", PROBE WITH: "What we mean by 'another kind of Christian' is Christian, but not Catholic. Is that how you think of yourself?"] [IF MORE THAN ONE OFFERED SAY: "Which one do you consider yourself to be most?" IF THEY SAY "HALF AND HALF" OR "BOTH ARE EQUAL" THEN SELECT ANSWER 6] (RELIG0)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic41216.3
2) Christian/Another kind of Christian/Protestant122248.3
3) Jewish853.4
4) Muslim/Islamic40.2
5) Another religion592.3
6) Half one religion and half another40.2
7) Not religious1465.8
777) Don't know110.4
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip58423.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
141) (relig0a_w3) [IF REPORTS "CHRISTIAN" AND ATTENDS] F:10a. When it comes to your religious identity, do you consider yourself to be [IF F:4=4,5,7,13,15,16,17,18,19,21,24,25,26,27,28,29,32,43,57,59,60,61,62,64, "a member of the" [FILL IN F:4 RESPONSE]] or something else? (RELIG0A)
TOTAL%
1) Attendance denomination from F:490735.8
2) Something else1124.4
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip150959.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
142) (relig0b_w3) [IF "SOMETHING ELSE" AND CHRISTIAN] F:10b. What Christian denomination or affiliation do you consider yourself to be a part of? [RECORD VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS] (RELIG0B)
143) (atheist1_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF ANY RELIGION, DK OR REF OR IF REPORTS BEING "NOT RELIGIOUS," DK OR REF] F:11. Do you consider yourself to be an atheist, agnostic, just not religious, or something else? [MAKE SURE NOT PROTESTANT, CATHOLIC, JEWISH, OR MUSLIM; IF SO, GO BACK TO F:9 OR F:10.] (ATHEIST1)
TOTAL%
1) Atheist552.2
2) Agnostic1154.5
3) Not religious35313.9
4) Something else2017.9
777) Don't know120.5
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip178870.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
144) (half1_w3) [IF REPORTS BEING HALF ONE RELIGION AND HALF ANOTHER] F:12. Okay, then tell me about the first religion, is it Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? [IF R SEEMS CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT "ANOTHER KIND OF CHRISTIAN" MEANS", PROBE WITH: "What we mean by "another kind of Christian" is Christian but not Catholic. Is that how you think of yourself?"] (HALF1)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic10.0
2) Christian/another kind of Christian/Protestant20.1
999) Legitimate skip252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
145) (jewtype1_w3) [IF REPORTS BEING JEWISH] F:13. Do you consider yourself to be religiously Jewish or mostly culturally Jewish? (JEWTYPE1)
TOTAL%
1) Religious170.7
2) Cultural602.4
3) Both80.3
999) Legitimate skip244796.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
146) (anothrel1_w3) [IF REPORTS BEING "ANOTHER RELIGION"] F:14. Which other religion are you? (OTHREL1)
TOTAL%
1) Buddhist90.4
3) Hindu30.1
4) Native American10.0
7) Pagan or Wiccan90.4
9) Other (Specify verbatim)361.4
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip247297.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
147) (half2_w3) [IF REPORTS BEING HALF ONE RELIGION AND HALF ANOTHER] F:15. Okay, now tell me which is your second religion (is it Catholic, another kind of Christian, Jewish, Muslim, or another religion)? [IF R SEEMS CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT "ANOTHER KIND OF CHRISTIAN" MEANS", PROBE WITH: "What we mean by 'another kind of Christian' is Christian but not Catholic. Is that how you think of yourself?"] (HALF2)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic10.0
2) Christian/another kind of Christian/Protestant10.0
3) Jewish10.0
999) Legitimate skip252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
148) (jewtyp2_w3) [IF REPORTS SECOND RELIGION AS "JEWISH"] F:16. Do you consider yourself to be religiously Jewish or mostly culturally Jewish? (JEWTYP2)
TOTAL%
2) Cultural10.0
999) Legitimate skip2531100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
149) (halfoth2_w3) [IF REPORTS "ANOTHER RELIGION" AS SECOND RELIGION] F:17. Which other religion are you? (HALFOTH2)
TOTAL%
999) Legitimate skip2532100.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
150) (reloth_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS] F:18. In addition to the religion we just discussed, do you consider yourself to be of any other religion? (RELOTH)
TOTAL%
0) No174869.0
1) Yes381.5
999) Legitimate skip74629.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
151) (othrels1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF ANOTHER RELIGION ALSO] F:19. Which other religions are you? [RECORD ALL MENTIONS – ALLOW 10 RESPONSES] (OTHRELS1)
TOTAL%
1) Buddhist10.0
2) Catholic80.3
3) Christian130.5
7) Jewish40.2
12) Pagan or Wiccan20.1
13) Protestant10.0
15) Other [SPECIFY VERBATIM] [ALLOW 50 CHARACTERS]80.3
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip249498.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
152) (othrels2_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF ANOTHER RELIGION ALSO] F:19. Which other religions are you? [RECORD ALL MENTIONS – ALLOW 10 RESPONSES] (OTHRELS2)
TOTAL%
2) Catholic10.0
3) Christian10.0
7) Jewish10.0
999) Legitimate skip252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
153) (relchange_w3) F:20 Over the past two years, have you become more religious, less religious, or stayed about the same? (RELCHANG)
TOTAL%
1) Become more religious58122.9
2) Become less religious43217.1
3) Stayed about the same151359.8
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
154) (sschl_w3) F:22. In the last year, how often, if at all, have you attended a religious Sunday school or other religious education class? [INTERVIEWER: IF R VOLUNTEERS THAT HE/SHE ATTENDS RELIGIOUS ED CLASSES AT SCHOOL, SAY: "Please do not include these classes."]? Was it: (SSCHL)
TOTAL%
1) Never141055.7
2) A few times a year48019.0
3) Once a month1154.5
4) A few times a month1636.4
5) Almost every week1194.7
6) Once a week1576.2
7) More than once a week853.4
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
155) (doubts1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS, DK OR REF] F:23. In the last year, how much, if at all, have you had doubts about whether your religious beliefs are true? Have you had . . . (DOUBTS1)
TOTAL%
1) Many doubts863.4
2) Some doubts2058.1
3) A few doubts53321.1
4) No doubts97638.5
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip73028.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
156) (doubts2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF RELIGIOUS OR PART OF ANY CHURCH, DK OR REF] F:24. In the last year, how much, if at all, have you had doubts about being non-religious? Have you had . . . (DOUBTS2)
TOTAL%
1) Many doubts331.3
2) Some doubts883.5
3) A few doubts1516.0
4) No doubts45417.9
5) DOES NOT APPLY10.0
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip180371.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
157) (prprot1_w3) [IF REPORTS PROTESTANT (NOT BUDDHIST, CATHOLIC, CHRISTIAN SCHIENCE, HINDU, MUSLIM OR ISLAMIC, JEWISH, LATTER DAY SAINT(S) OR MORMON, NATIVE AMERICAN, ORTHODOX OR ROMAN CATHOLIC, PAGAN, UNITY CHURCH, OR WICCAN] F:25. Thinking about your own religious faith, would you describe yourself as a . . . (PRPROT1)
TOTAL%
1) Fundamentalist Protestant1415.6
2) Evangelical Protestant1907.5
3) Mainline Protestant1074.2
4) Theologically liberal Protestant25510.1
5) Other [SPECIFY VERBATIM]1054.1
777) Don't know55221.8
888) Refused602.4
999) Legitimate skip112244.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
158) (f25a) "Other" response from F:25 (OTHER25)
159) (prcath1_w3) [IF REPORTS CATHOLIC] F:26. Thinking about your own religious faith, would you describe yourself as a . . . (PRCATH1)
TOTAL%
1) Traditional Catholic1184.7
2) Moderate Catholic1616.4
3) Liberal Catholic1787.0
4) Other/none of the above120.5
777) Don't know251.0
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip203380.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
160) (prjew1_w3) [IF REPORTS JEWISH] F:27. Thinking about your own faith and identity, would you describe yourself as a(n) . . . (PRJEW1)
TOTAL%
1) Orthodox Jew60.2
2) Conservative Jew220.9
3) Reform Jew622.4
4) Other/none of the above30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip243896.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
161) (relact_w3) Now I want to find out how many organized activities such as groups, clubs, sports, or extracurricular activities you are involved in, and I would like to know how many are organized by a religious group and how many are not. Please think of all the organized activities you are involved with. How many of these activities are organized by a religious organization--not including regular worship services or youth group meetings? [INCLUDE SCHOOL SPORTS TEAMS IF FOR A RELIGIOUS SCHOOL.] H:1. [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (RELACT)
TOTAL%
0) 0207181.8
1) 126710.5
2) 21044.1
3) 3491.9
4) 4120.5
5) 580.3
6) 630.1
7) 720.1
10) 1020.1
777) Don't know50.2
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
162) (notrelact_w3) Now, how many other activities such as groups, clubs, or sports, not organized by a religious group, are you involved with? H:3. [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (NOTRELAC)
TOTAL%
0) 0121147.8
1) 148719.2
2) 237614.8
3) 32399.4
4) 4953.8
5) 5622.4
6) 6200.8
7) 7100.4
8) 880.3
9) 920.1
10) 10110.4
14) 1410.0
15) 1510.0
17) 1710.0
50) 5010.0
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
163) (armforces_w3) [NOT INCLUDING THE MILITARY RESERVES] H:5. Are you now in the active armed forces? (ARMFORCE)
TOTAL%
0) No245897.1
1) Yes672.6
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
164) (workhrs1_w3 ) H:6. How many hours in a typical week are you currently working for pay [IF H:5=1, INSERT ", including military service"]? [INCLUDE BABYSITTING JOBS] [RECORD NUMBER OF HOURS, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE, ROUND UP TO NEAREST WHOLE NUMBER] (WORKHRS1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL253222.34546
165) (nowork1_w3) [IF NOT WORKING FOR PAY] H:6a. Have you been actively looking for a job in the last two weeks? (NOWORK1)
TOTAL%
0) No48419.1
1) Yes33313.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip171467.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
166) (given_w3) H8 In the last year, have you given any of your own money to any organizations or causes, altogether totaling to more than $50? [INCLUDES GIVING MONEY TO CHURCH] (GIVEN)
TOTAL%
0) No169166.8
1) Yes83533.0
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
167) (volunter_w3) H:13. In the last year, have you done any organized volunteer work or community service? (VOLUNTER)
TOTAL%
0) No135053.3
1) Yes117746.5
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
168) (volnum2_w3) [IF HAS VOLUNTEERED] H:13. About how many times in the last year did you do volunteer work or community service work? [RECORD NUMBER OF TIMES, RANGE=1-80, 80=80 OR MORE] (VOLNUM2)
TOTAL%
1) 11445.7
2) 21977.8
3) 31576.2
4) 4903.6
5) 51184.7
6) 6471.9
7) 7190.8
8) 8200.8
9) 940.2
10) 10893.5
11) 1110.0
12) 12371.5
13) 1320.1
14) 1440.2
15) 15431.7
16) 1630.1
17) 1720.1
18) 1810.0
20) 20321.3
24) 24120.5
25) 25110.4
26) 2630.1
30) 30240.9
35) 3560.2
36) 3620.1
40) 40110.4
45) 4510.0
48) 4850.2
50) 50251.0
51) 5110.0
52) 52120.5
55) 5510.0
60) 6050.2
64) 6410.0
67) 6710.0
70) 7020.1
75) 7530.1
80) 80341.3
777) Don't know70.3
999) Legitimate skip135553.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
169) (volrel_w3) [IF HAS VOLUNTEERED] H:14. How much, if any, of this volunteer work or community service work was organized by a religious organization or congregation? Was it . . . (VOLREL)
TOTAL%
1) All1777.0
2) Most773.0
3) About half973.8
4) Some783.1
5) A little1124.4
6) None63625.1
999) Legitimate skip135553.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
170) (volreq_w3) [IF HAS VOLUNTEERED] H:16. How much, if any, of this volunteer or community service work did you do because you were required to by a school, or because it was court ordered? Was it . . . (VOLREQ)
TOTAL%
1) All of it1576.2
2) Most622.4
3) Some1837.2
4) None77530.6
999) Legitimate skip135553.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
171) (helped_w3) H:17. In the last year, how much, if at all, did you help homeless people, needy neighbors, family friends, or other people in need, directly, not through an organization? Was it . . . [INCLUDES GIVING MONEY, PROVIDING ASSISTANCE, OR DONATING MATERIAL GOODS] (HELPED)
TOTAL%
1) A lot29111.5
2) Some74329.3
3) A little82332.5
4) None66826.4
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
172) (socnet_w3) H:18. Are you a member of any of the social networking web sites that allow you to communicate with others, such as Facebook or Myspace? (SOCNET)
TOTAL%
0) No55421.9
1) Yes197478.0
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
173) (socnet4_w3) [IF A MEMBER OF A SOCIAL NETWORKING WEB GROUP] H:21. About how often do you visit social networking sites? Would you say . . . (SOCNET4)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day44817.7
2) About once a day62724.8
3) Three to five days a week31412.4
4) One to two days a week2429.6
5) Every few weeks2017.9
6) Less than every few weeks1435.6
999) Legitimate skip55722.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
174) (aftrlife_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] A. That there is life after death? (AFTRLIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely124949.3
2) Maybe101540.1
3) Not at all2469.7
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused90.4
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
175) (angels_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] B. In the existence of angels? (ANGELS)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely139755.2
2) Maybe84033.2
3) Not at all28811.4
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
176) (demons_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] C. In the existence of demons or evil spirits? (DEMONS)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely116646.1
2) Maybe73128.9
3) Not at all62824.8
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
177) (astrolgy_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] D. In astrology, that stars and planets affect people's fates? (ASTROLGY)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely28111.1
2) Maybe53521.1
3) Not at all170667.4
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
178) (miracles_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] E. In the possibility of divine miracles from God? (MIRACLES)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely155261.3
2) Maybe62624.7
3) Not at all34713.7
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
179) (reincar_w3) Next, I will be asking you some questions about your religious beliefs. I:1. Do you believe [INSERT LIST A-G], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "definitely, maybe, or not at all" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘G'] G. In reincarnation, that people have lived previous lives? (REINCAR)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely39815.7
2) Maybe74829.5
3) Not at all137254.2
777) Don't know70.3
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
180) (god_w3) I:2. Do you believe in God, or not, or are you unsure? (GOD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes193976.6
2) No1495.9
3) Unsure/Don't know43717.3
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
181) (godclose_w3) [IF BELIEVES IN GOD OR IS UNSURE/DK OR REF] I:3. How distant or close do you feel to God most of the time? Would you say . . . (GODCLOSE)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely distant1234.9
2) Very distant1947.7
3) Somewhat close55021.7
4) Somewhat close80831.9
5) Very close49919.7
6) Extremely close1927.6
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip1546.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
182) (judgeday_w3) [IF BELIEVES IN GOD OR IS UNSURE/DK OR REF] I:4. Do you believe that there will come a judgment day when God will reward some and punish others, or not? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "MAYBE," PROBE ONCE. IF HE/SHE STILL SAYS "MAYBE," CODE YES.] (JUDGEDAY)
TOTAL%
0) No76230.1
1) Yes157962.4
777) Don't know301.2
888) Refused70.3
999) Legitimate skip1546.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
183) (godview_w3) [IF BELIEVES IN GOD OR IS UNSURE/DK OR REF] I:5. Which of the following views comes closest to your own view of God? (GODVIEW)
TOTAL%
1) God is a personal being involved in the lives of people today156962.0
2) God created the world, but is not involved in the world now2469.7
3) God is not personal, but something like a cosmic life force47718.8
4) None of these views351.4
777) Don't know331.3
888) Refused180.7
999) Legitimate skip1546.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
184) (jesuschrst_w3) I:6. Which of the following comes closest to your beliefs about Jesus Christ? Do you believe: [ALL RESPONSE OPTIONS MUST BE READ] [INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT NAMES A NUMBER AS THEIR RESPONSE READ BACK THE ANSWER ASSOCIATED WITH THAT NUMBER TO CLARIFY] (JESUSCHR)
TOTAL%
1) Jesus was the Son of God who was raised from the dead167766.2
2) Jesus was an important human teacher, but was not the Son of God30912.2
3) Jesus never really exited381.5
4) Believe something else963.8
5) Unsure what you believe about Jesus/Don't know40215.9
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
185) (wrldorigin_w3) I:7. Which of the following comes closest to your beliefs about the origins of the world? Do you believe: (WRLDORIG)
TOTAL%
1) God created the world165465.3
2) The world is the product of purely natural forces, like the Big Bang or evolution71828.4
3) Both [DO NOT VOLUNTEER, ONLY ACCEPT IF OFFERED BY R]793.1
4) None of these views150.6
777) Don't know491.9
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
186) (goduseevoltn_w3) [IF BELIEVES THAT "GOD CREATED THE WORLD" OR BOTH] I:8 Do you believe it is possible that God may have used evolution to create the world over a long period of time, or not? (GODUSEEV)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, God may have used evolution104141.1
2) No62524.7
777) Don't know552.2
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip79931.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
187) (heaven_w3) I:9. Do you believe in heaven as a place where some people go after death, or not? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS "MAYBE," PROBE ONCE. IF HE/SHE STILL SAYS "MAYBE," CODE YES.] (HEAVEN)
TOTAL%
0) No42316.7
1) Yes207882.1
777) Don't know220.9
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
188) (whoheaven_w3) [IF BELIEVES IN HEAVEN, DK OR REF] I:10. Which of the following comes closest to your beliefs about who goes to heaven? Do you believe . . . (WHOHEAV)
TOTAL%
1) All people go to heaven2068.1
2) Only good people go to heaven26710.5
3) Only people whose sins are forgiven through faith in Jesus Christ go to heaven107842.6
4) Something else2068.1
5) Do you really not know or care who goes to heaven33713.3
888) Refused100.4
999) Legitimate skip42816.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
189) (spirtual_w3) I:11. Some people say that they are "spiritual but not religious." How true or not would you say that is of you? (SPIRTUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Very true39015.4
2) Somewhat true113644.9
3) Not true at all97838.6
777) Don't know190.8
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
190) (likemom1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS AND HAS MOTHER] I:12. Would you say that your own religious beliefs are: (LIKEM1)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [MOTHER1]69527.4
2) Somewhat similar to57522.7
3) Somewhat different from2379.4
4) Very different from [MOTHER1]1134.5
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90935.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
191) (likedad1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS AND HAS MOTHER] I:13. Would you say that your own religious beliefs are: (LIKED1)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FATHER1]48819.3
2) Somewhat similar to44917.7
3) Somewhat different from2148.5
4) Very different from [FATHER1]1265.0
777) Don't know90.4
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip124449.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
192) (likemom2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF PART OF A RELIGION OR CONSIDERS SELF CULTURALLY, NOT RELIGIOUSLY, JEWISH AND HAS MOTHER] I:14. Would you say that your own ideas about religion are: (LIKEM2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [MOTHER1]903.6
2) Somewhat similar to2078.2
3) Somewhat different from1847.3
4) Very different from [MOTHER1]26910.6
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip177270.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
193) (likedad2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF PART OF A RELIGION OR CONSIDERS SELF CULTURALLY, NOT RELIGIOUSLY JEWISH AND HAS FATHER] I:15. Would you say that your own ideas about religion are: (LIKED2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FATHER1]662.6
2) Somewhat similar to1716.8
3) Somewhat different from1576.2
4) Very different from [FATHER1]1787.0
777) Don't know90.4
999) Legitimate skip195177.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
194) (likemom1_2_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS AND HAS A WAVE 3 MOTHER] I:16. Would you say that your own religious beliefs are: (LIKEM1_2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FILL IN WITH B:12a RESPONSE]421.7
2) Somewhat similar to301.2
3) Somewhat different from150.6
4) Very different from [FILL IN WITH B:12a RESPONSE]110.4
999) Legitimate skip243496.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
195) (likedad1_2_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS AND HAS A WAVE 3 MOTHER] I:17. Would you say that your own religious beliefs are: (LIKED1_2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FILL IN WITH B:13a RESPONSE]883.5
2) Somewhat similar to1204.7
3) Somewhat different from572.3
4) Very different from [FILL IN WITH B:13a RESPONSE]512.0
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip221387.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
196) (likemom2_2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF PART OF A RELIGION OR CONSIDERS SELF CULTURALLY, NOT RELIGIOUSLY JEWISH AND HAS A WAVE 3 MOTHER] I:18. Would you say that your own ideas about religion are: (LIKEM2_2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FILL IN WITH B:12a RESPONSE]60.2
2) Somewhat similar to210.8
3) Somewhat different from160.6
4) Very different from [FILL IN WITH B:12a RESPONSE]160.6
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip247297.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
197) (likedad2_2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF PART OF A RELIGION OR CONSIDERS SELF CULTURALLY, NOT RELIGIOUSLY JEWISH AND HAS A WAVE 3 FATHER] I:19. Would you say that your own ideas about religion are: (LIKED2_2)
TOTAL%
1) Very similar to [FILL IN WITH B:13a RESPONSE]140.6
2) Somewhat similar to451.8
3) Somewhat different from381.5
4) Very different from [FILL IN WITH B:13a RESPONSE]572.3
777) Don't know90.4
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip236893.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
198) (incasian_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? [IF NOT BUDDHIST OR HINDU] A. Buddhism, Hinduism, Zen, or other Asian religions (INCASIAN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2068.1
2) No229590.6
3) Do not practice spirituality50.2
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip180.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
199) (incpaga_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? [IF NOT PAGAN OR WICCAN] B. Wicca, Witchcraft, or other pagan religions (INCPAGA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes502.0
2) No245897.1
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip200.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
200) (incjew_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? [IF NOT JEWISH] C. Judaism (INCJEW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1014.0
2) No232591.8
3) Do not practice spirituality10.0
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip1003.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
201) (incislam_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? [IF NOT ISLAMIC] D. Islam (INCISLAM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes512.0
2) No246597.4
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip150.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
202) (inchrst_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? [IF NOT CHRISTIAN] E. Christianity (INCHRST)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30612.1
2) No58022.9
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip164565.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
203) (incother_w3) I:20. Do you try to include in your own spirituality any practices from [INSERT LIST A-F]? F. Any other religious traditions (INCOTHER)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1024.0
2) No241795.5
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
204) (okayconv_w3) I:21. Is it okay for religious people to try to convert other people to their faith, or should everyone leave everyone else alone? (OKAYCONV)
TOTAL%
1) Okay to convert122148.2
2) Leave others alone124549.2
777) Don't know431.7
888) Refused180.7
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
205) (tworel1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS] I:22. Do you think it is okay for someone of your religion to also practice other religions, or should people only practice one religion? (TWOREL1)
TOTAL%
1) Okay to practice other religions86434.1
2) Should only practice one religion87734.6
777) Don't know311.2
888) Refused110.4
999) Legitimate skip74929.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
206) (tworel2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF PART OF A RELIGION, DK OR REF] I:23. Do you think it is okay for someone of one religion to also practice other religions, or should people only practice one religion? (TWOREL2)
TOTAL%
1) Okay to practice other religions57222.6
2) Should only practice one religion1576.2
777) Don't know120.5
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip178870.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
207) (viewrel_w3) I:24. Which of the following statements comes closest to your own views about religion? (VIEWREL)
TOTAL%
1) Only one religion is true68927.2
2) Many religions may be true148058.5
3) There is very little truth in any religion31512.4
777) Don't know301.2
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip60.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
208) (congmust_w3) I:25. Some people say that in order [IF F:10=1 INSERT "for Catholics"; IF F:10=2 INSERT "for Christians"; IF F:10=3 INSERT "for Jews"; IF F:10=4 INSERT "for Muslims"; FOR ALL OTHERS INSERT "for people"] to be truly religious and spiritual, they need to be involved in a [IF F:10=1,2 INSERT "church"; IF F:10=3 INSERT "synagogue"; IF F:10=4 INSERT "mosque"; FOR ALL OTHERS INSERT "religious congregation"]. Do you agree or disagree? (CONGMUST)
TOTAL%
1) Agree61524.3
2) Disagree189975.0
777) Don't know100.4
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip60.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
209) (okaypick_w3) I:26. Some people think that it is okay to pick and choose their religious beliefs without having to accept the teachings of their religious faith as a whole. Do you agree or disagree? (OKAYPICK)
TOTAL%
1) Agree130651.6
2) Disagree119447.2
777) Don't know180.7
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip60.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
210) (everdate_w3) [IF HAS NEVER BEEN MARRIED, DK OR REF AND IS NOT CURRENTLY COHABITING] J:2. Are you currently in a dating or romantic relationship, or not? (EVERDATE)
TOTAL%
0) No1676.6
1) Yes193476.4
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip43017.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
211) (dating_w3) [IF IS NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED AND HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2. [IF C:5=1 "And just to confirm,"] Are you currently in a dating or romantic relationship, or not? (DATING)
TOTAL%
0) No95537.7
1) Yes125449.5
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip31912.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
212) (philosdate_w3) [IF NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP] J:2a1. Which of the following best describes you? (PHILOSDA)
TOTAL%
1) You would like to be in a dating relationship now32312.8
2) You would rather keep things casual now than be in a relationship48319.1
3) You are not at all interested in any kind of dating relationship right now1505.9
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip157362.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
213) (dating2_w3) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2a. Thinking about your current relationship, how likely is it that you will eventually marry this person? Is it very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely, or very unlikely? (DATING2)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely55922.1
2) Somewhat likely48819.3
3) Neither [INTERVIEWER: DO NOT READ]60.2
4) Somewhat unlikely1174.6
5) Very unlikely783.1
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip127850.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
214) (dating3_w3) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2b. How long have you been in a relationship with this person? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of days (DATING3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL25325382.7094680
215) (dating4_w3) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2c. Is this the longest you've ever been in a romantic relationship? (DATING4)
TOTAL%
0) No48619.2
1) Yes76830.3
999) Legitimate skip127850.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
216) (dating5_w3) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP, BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP OR IF THE CURRENT RELATIONSHIP IS NOT THE LONGEST RELATIONSHIP EVER] J:2d. What's the longest period of time you've ever been in a romantic relationship? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of days (DATING5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL25324675.0174642
217) (agefstdate_w3) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP OR HAS BEEN MARRIED] J:3. At what age did you start your first dating or romantic relationship? [RECORD AGE IN YEARS, RANGE=0-22] (AGEFSTDT)
TOTAL%
0) 010.0
5) 520.1
6) 610.0
7) 710.0
8) 860.2
9) 950.2
10) 10180.7
11) 11200.8
12) 12933.7
13) 132379.4
14) 1435514.0
15) 1551620.4
16) 1656822.4
17) 1731512.4
18) 181405.5
19) 19421.7
20) 20190.8
21) 21100.4
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip1746.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
218) (datnum_w3) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP OR HAS BEEN MARRIED J:4. How many total different people have you dated? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 or more] (DATNUM)
TOTAL%
0) 050.2
1) 11415.6
2) 22469.7
3) 339715.7
4) 433413.2
5) 533313.2
6) 61887.4
7) 71124.4
8) 8873.4
9) 9251.0
10) 101656.5
11) 11160.6
12) 12381.5
13) 1380.3
14) 1480.3
15) 15602.4
16) 1630.1
17) 1770.3
18) 1830.1
19) 1910.0
20) 20753.0
21) 2110.0
23) 2310.0
24) 2420.1
25) 25210.8
26) 2610.0
27) 2720.1
29) 2910.0
30) 30110.4
35) 3560.2
37) 3710.0
40) 4040.2
45) 4510.0
47) 4710.0
50) 50140.6
55) 5510.0
60) 6030.1
70) 7010.0
83) 8310.0
90) 9010.0
100) 10060.2
777) Don't know200.8
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip1746.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
219) (datrel1_w3) [IF HAS DATED ONE PERSON AND DID NOT REPORT ON THIS QUESTION IN WAVE 2] J:5. [IF J:2=1 THEN "Does", IF J:2=BLANK,0,DK,REF THEN "Did"] Does/did the person you date(d) hold religious beliefs that are different from yours, or not? [NOT JUST A DIFFERENT DENOMINATION] (DATREL1)
TOTAL%
0) No552.2
1) Yes431.7
999) Legitimate skip243496.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
220) (datejew_w3) [IF HAS DATED ONE PERSON AND IS JEWISH] J:5a. [IF J:2=1 THEN "Is the person you are dating . . . "; IF J2=BLANK,0,DK,REF THEN "Was the person you dated . . ."] Jewish? (DATEJEW)
TOTAL%
0) No30.1
1) Yes30.1
999) Legitimate skip252699.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
221) (datrel2_w3) [IF HAS DATED MORE THAN ONE PERSON OR DK] J:7. How many, if any, of these [INSERT NUMBER FROM J:4] people you have dated held religious beliefs that were different from yours? [NOT JUST A DIFFERENT DENOMINATION] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-VALUE REPORTED IN J:4] (DATREL2)
TOTAL%
0) 072728.7
1) 136414.4
2) 234813.7
3) 32198.6
4) 41335.3
5) 51204.7
6) 6401.6
7) 7361.4
8) 8301.2
9) 980.3
10) 10391.5
11) 1120.1
12) 12100.4
13) 1320.1
14) 1410.0
15) 15180.7
16) 1650.2
17) 1710.0
18) 1830.1
20) 20150.6
22) 2220.1
23) 2310.0
24) 2410.0
25) 2550.2
29) 2910.0
30) 3060.2
32) 3210.0
45) 4510.0
50) 5020.1
60) 6010.0
70) 7010.0
83) 8310.0
100) 10020.1
777) Don't know572.3
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip32612.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
222) (datejew2_w3) [IF HAS DATED MORE THAN ONE PERSON OR DK AND IS JEWISH] J:7a. How many, if any, of these [INSERT NUMBER FROM J:4] people you have dated are Jewish? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-VALUE REPORTED IN J:4] (DATEJEW2)
TOTAL%
0) 0301.2
1) 1170.7
2) 2160.6
3) 370.3
4) 430.1
5) 510.0
6) 610.0
8) 810.0
999) Legitimate skip245697.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
223) (datphys1_w3) J:9. How many total different people, if any, have you been physically involved with, more than just holding hands and light kissing, since you turned thirteen years old? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (DATPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) 034013.4
1) 134013.4
2) 235213.9
3) 330412.0
4) 41897.5
5) 51937.6
6) 61204.7
7) 7672.6
8) 8682.7
9) 9291.1
10) 101335.3
11) 11150.6
12) 12441.7
13) 1380.3
14) 14180.7
15) 15783.1
16) 1670.3
17) 1750.2
18) 1860.2
19) 1920.1
20) 20672.6
21) 2120.1
22) 2250.2
23) 2330.1
25) 25170.7
27) 2710.0
29) 2920.1
30) 30281.1
32) 3210.0
33) 3320.1
35) 35100.4
37) 3710.0
40) 4080.3
45) 4520.1
46) 4610.0
50) 5070.3
60) 6030.1
68) 6810.0
70) 7010.0
96) 9610.0
100) 10050.2
777) Don't know170.7
888) Refused230.9
999) Legitimate skip60.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
224) (spendnight_w3) [IF NOT MARRIED AND NOT LIVING WITH A PARTNER] J:10. In the past four weeks, about how many times, if any, have you spent the night together with a significant other? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-28] (SPENDNT)
TOTAL%
0) 0114845.3
1) 11646.5
2) 21415.6
3) 31134.5
4) 4692.7
5) 5532.1
6) 6361.4
7) 7301.2
8) 8230.9
9) 980.3
10) 10692.7
12) 12200.8
13) 1320.1
14) 14351.4
15) 15351.4
16) 1650.2
17) 1730.1
18) 1840.2
20) 20351.4
21) 21140.6
22) 2220.1
23) 2340.2
24) 2450.2
25) 25170.7
26) 2610.0
27) 2710.0
28) 28803.2
777) Don't know50.2
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip40716.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
225) (drink_w3) K:4. How often, if at all, do you drink alcohol, such as beer, wine or mixed drinks, not including at religious services? Is it: (DRINK)
TOTAL%
1) Once a day or more491.9
2) A few times a week45518.0
3) About once a week39015.4
4) A few times a month48319.1
5) About once a month2429.6
6) A few times a year36714.5
7) Never53721.2
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip70.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
226) (drunk_w3) [IF HAS DRANK ALCOHOL, DK OR REF] K:5. How many times, if at all, over the past two weeks have you drunk at least [IF teensex_w2=FEMALE "4"] [IF teensex=MALE "5"] in the same night? Is it . . . [IF NEEDED: "One drink is a 12-ounce bottle or can of beer; a 4-ounce glass of wine; a 12-ounce bottle or can of wine cooler; or a 1.25-ounce shot of liquor, either straight or in a mixed drink."] (DRUNK)
TOTAL%
1) Never77930.8
2) Once or twice76330.1
3) Three or four times2459.7
4) Five or more times1987.8
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip54321.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
227) (smoke_w3) K:3. How often, if at all, do you smoke cigarettes? Is it: (SMOKE)
TOTAL%
1) Once a day or more47218.6
2) A few times a week1074.2
3) About once a week411.6
4) A few times a month702.8
5) About once a month391.5
6) A few times a year1154.5
7) Never168066.4
999) Legitimate skip80.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
228) (pot_w3) K:6. How often, if ever, do you use marijuana? Is it: (POT)
TOTAL%
1) Once a day or more1576.2
2) A few times a week1174.6
3) About once a week461.8
4) A few times a month973.8
5) About once a month682.7
6) A few times a year28111.1
7) Never175169.2
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip80.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
229) (fight_w3) K:9. In the past two years, how often have been in a serious physical fight that involved someone getting hurt? Has it been: (FIGHT)
TOTAL%
1) Never188974.6
2) Once or twice46018.2
3) Three to five times973.8
4) More than five times763.0
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip80.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
230) (xrated_w3) K:14. About how many, if any, X-rated pornographic movies, videos, or cable programs have you watched in the last year? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-300, 300=300 OR MORE] [PROBE: "Your best guess is fine."] (XRATED)
TOTAL%
0) 0125549.6
1) 11997.9
2) 22439.6
3) 31676.6
4) 4662.6
5) 51616.4
6) 6261.0
7) 7150.6
8) 8130.5
9) 920.1
10) 101234.9
12) 12120.5
13) 1320.1
14) 1410.0
15) 15170.7
16) 1610.0
20) 20632.5
25) 2570.3
27) 2710.0
30) 30220.9
35) 3520.1
40) 4080.3
45) 4530.1
50) 50401.6
55) 5520.1
60) 6030.1
65) 6510.0
70) 7010.0
75) 7520.1
95) 9510.0
100) 100170.7
104) 10410.0
150) 15030.1
200) 20060.2
250) 25010.0
300) 300120.5
777) Don't know130.5
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip80.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
231) (touch_w3) [IF DID NOT REPORT "YES" TO INTIMATE TOUCH IN WAVE 1 OR WAVE 2] L:1. Have you ever willingly touched another person's private areas or willingly been touched by another person in your private areas under your clothes, or not? [NOT INCLUDING A PHYSICIAN] (TOUCH)
TOTAL%
0) No32012.6
1) Yes48519.2
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused90.4
999) Legitimate skip171767.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
232) (oralever_w3) [IF REPORTS "YES" TO INTIMATE TOUCH AND DID NOT REPORT HAVING ORAL SEX IN WAVE 1 OR WAVE 2] L:2. Have you ever engaged in oral sex, or not? (ORALEVER)
TOTAL%
0) No31712.5
1) Yes64725.6
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip156361.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
233) (oralage_w3) [IF HAS ENGAGED IN ORAL SEX AND DID NOT REPORT IN WAVE 2] L:3. How old where you when you first had oral sex? [RECORD AGE, RANGE=1-22] (ORALAGE)
TOTAL%
11) 1110.0
12) 1240.2
13) 1350.2
14) 1490.4
15) 15532.1
16) 161234.9
17) 171606.3
18) 181666.6
19) 19642.5
20) 20361.4
21) 21180.7
22) 2210.0
23) 2320.1
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip188574.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
234) (oralpart_w3) [IF HAS ENGAGED IN ORAL SEX] L:4. With how many different people have you ever had oral sex? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (ORALPART)
TOTAL%
0) 0331.3
1) 143517.2
2) 236614.5
3) 328211.1
4) 41736.8
5) 51495.9
6) 6732.9
7) 7471.9
8) 8391.5
9) 9150.6
10) 10953.8
11) 1160.2
12) 12210.8
13) 13100.4
14) 1480.3
15) 15341.3
16) 1620.1
17) 1740.2
18) 1810.0
20) 20271.1
22) 2220.1
25) 25120.5
27) 2710.0
30) 30140.6
33) 3320.1
35) 3520.1
40) 4020.1
45) 4510.0
50) 5020.1
60) 6010.0
80) 8010.0
99) 9910.0
100) 10010.0
777) Don't know90.4
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip64925.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
235) (oralrel_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX WITH ONE PERSON] L:5. When you had oral sex, were you in a serious, as opposed to a casual relationship with this person? (ORALREL)
TOTAL%
0) No522.1
1) Yes38315.1
999) Legitimate skip209782.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
236) (numoralrel_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX WITH MORE THAN ONE PERSON OR DK] L:6. Of those people, with how many were you in a serious, as opposed to a casual, relationship? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-VALUE REPORTED IN L:4] (NUMORAL)
TOTAL%
0) 0502.0
1) 12098.3
2) 249819.7
3) 327310.8
4) 41455.7
5) 5983.9
6) 6431.7
7) 7170.7
8) 8180.7
9) 920.1
10) 10251.0
11) 1120.1
12) 1220.1
15) 1540.2
20) 2030.1
22) 2210.0
23) 2310.0
30) 3020.1
777) Don't know90.4
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip112944.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
237) (oralnmbr_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX] L:8. About how many times have you ever had oral sex? Has it been . . . (ORALNMBR)
TOTAL%
1) Once522.1
2) A few times39215.5
3) Several times44317.5
4) Many times94737.4
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip69427.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
238) (oralsaf1_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX ONCE] L:10. When you had oral sex, did you and your partner use any protection against sexually transmitted diseases, or not? (ORALSAF1)
TOTAL%
0) No361.4
1) Yes160.6
999) Legitimate skip248097.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
239) (oralsaf2_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX MORE THAN ONCE] L:11. Thinking of the times you had oral sex, did you and your partner use protection against sexually transmitted diseases every time, almost every time, some of the time, or never? (ORALSAF2)
TOTAL%
1) Every time2509.9
2) Almost every time2419.5
3) Some of the time37514.8
4) Never91736.2
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip74629.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
240) (orallast_w3) [IF HAS HAD ORAL SEX] L.12. When was the last time you had oral sex? Was it: (ORALLAST)
TOTAL%
1) Within the last month103040.7
2) More than a month ago47018.6
3) More than six months ago1706.7
4) More than a year ago1666.6
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip69427.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
241) (sexever_w3) [IF NEVER HAD SEX BY WAVE 1 OR WAVE 2 AND ‘YES' TO ‘TOUCH' IN WAVE 3] L:13. Have you ever had sexual intercourse, or not? (SEXEVER)
TOTAL%
0) No26210.3
1) Yes67126.5
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip159663.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
242) (sexnumb_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE] L:14. About how many times have you ever had sexual intercourse? Has it been . . . (SEXNUMB)
TOTAL%
1) Once341.3
2) A few times2178.6
3) Several times36214.3
4) Many times129951.3
5) Never had sex110.4
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip60223.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
243) (sexage_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE] L:15. How old were you when you had sexual intercourse the first time? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD AGE, RANGE=1-22] (SEXAGE)
TOTAL%
8) 810.0
12) 1220.1
13) 13110.4
14) 14190.8
15) 15481.9
16) 161224.8
17) 171646.5
18) 181736.8
19) 19662.6
20) 20411.6
21) 21170.7
22) 2240.2
23) 2310.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip186173.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
244) (sexpart_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE MORE THAN ONCE] L:17. With how many different people have you ever had sexual intercourse? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=1-100, 100=100 OR MORE] (SEXPART)
TOTAL%
1) 134113.5
2) 235514.0
3) 32429.6
4) 41686.6
5) 51365.4
6) 61064.2
7) 7783.1
8) 8612.4
9) 9351.4
10) 10783.1
11) 11180.7
12) 12240.9
13) 13170.7
14) 14120.5
15) 15351.4
16) 16110.4
17) 1780.3
18) 1860.2
19) 1910.0
20) 20351.4
21) 2140.2
22) 2240.2
23) 2330.1
24) 2420.1
25) 25190.8
26) 2620.1
28) 2830.1
29) 2920.1
30) 30180.7
33) 3320.1
35) 3520.1
37) 3710.0
40) 4080.3
45) 4520.1
46) 4610.0
50) 5060.2
60) 6020.1
75) 7510.0
80) 8010.0
95) 9510.0
100) 10050.2
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused210.8
999) Legitimate skip64725.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
245) (sexrel_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE ONCE OR WITH ONLY ONE PERSON] L:19. When you first had sexual intercourse with this person were you in a serious, as opposed to casual, relationship? (SEXREL)
TOTAL%
0) No281.1
1) Yes34513.6
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip215785.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
246) (numsexrel_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH MORE THAN ONE PERSON] L:20. Of those people, with how many were you in a serious, as oppose to causal, relationship the first time you had sexual intercourse with them? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=1-VALUE REPORTED IN L:17] (NUMSEXRL)
TOTAL%
0) 0481.9
1) 126110.3
2) 250820.1
3) 328511.3
4) 41546.1
5) 51084.3
6) 6471.9
7) 7251.0
8) 8140.6
9) 970.3
10) 10321.3
11) 1120.1
12) 1240.2
13) 1320.1
15) 1560.2
16) 1610.0
20) 2060.2
30) 3010.0
40) 4020.1
777) Don't know100.4
999) Legitimate skip100939.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
247) (sexlast_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, DK OR REF] L:22. When was the last time you had sexual intercourse? Was it: (SEXLAST)
TOTAL%
1) Within the last month131852.1
2) More than a month ago36614.5
3) More than six months ago1385.5
4) More than a year ago943.7
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip61324.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
248) (sexlast2_w3) [IF HAS HAD INTERCOURSE WITHIN THE LAST MONTH] L:22a. How many times have you had sexual intercourse in the last four weeks? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] 1. [RECORD NUMBER 1-150] (SEXLAST2)
TOTAL%
1) 11244.9
2) 21566.2
3) 31254.9
4) 4933.7
5) 51204.7
6) 6793.1
7) 7461.8
8) 8401.6
9) 9100.4
10) 101526.0
11) 1130.1
12) 12451.8
13) 1350.2
14) 14110.4
15) 15763.0
16) 16120.5
17) 1760.2
18) 1830.1
20) 201164.6
21) 2120.1
23) 2330.1
25) 25180.7
26) 2610.0
27) 2710.0
28) 28140.6
29) 2920.1
30) 30180.7
31) 3110.0
35) 3510.0
40) 4020.1
42) 4210.0
50) 5020.1
60) 6030.1
100) 10010.0
777) Don't know140.6
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip121447.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
249) (sexlast3_w3) [IF HAS HAD INTERCOURSE MORE THAN ONE TIME IN THE LAST 4 WEEKS AND WITH MORE THAN ONE PERSON AND IS NOT MARRIED] L:22b. In the last four weeks, when you have had sexual intercourse, has it been with the same person or different people? (SEXLAST3)
TOTAL%
1) Same person80831.9
2) Different people963.8
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip162664.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
250) (condomlast_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, DK OR REF] L:22c. The most recent time you and a partner of your had sexual intercourse, did you use a condom? (CONDOM)
TOTAL%
0) No76030.0
1) Yes115845.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip61324.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
251) (bclast_w3) [IF HAS HAD SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, DK OR REF] L:22d. The most recent time that you and a partner of your had sexual intercourse, did either of you use a form of birth control other than a condom? (BCLAST)
TOTAL%
0) No87834.7
1) Yes102040.3
777) Don't know200.8
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip61324.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
252) (regrets_w3) [IF R REPORTS "YES" TO TOUCH AT ANY WAVE] L:23. Looking back to evaluate your [IF L:4>0 OR L:14=1-4, "sexual"; ELSE "physically intimate"] experiences overall, how many regrets would you say you now have about those experiences? Would you say you have . . . (REGRETS)
TOTAL%
1) No regrets92536.5
2) A few regrets77730.7
3) Some regrets28611.3
4) A lot of regrets1124.4
5) Very many regrets983.9
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip32712.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
253) (preg1_w3) [IF FEMALE, HAS NOT EARLIER REPORTED BEING PREGNANT, AND HAS HAD INTERCOURSE] M:1. Have you ever been pregnant? Be sure to include if you are currently pregnant and any past pregnancy that ended in an abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage, or a live birth even if the baby died. (PREG1)
TOTAL%
0) No69627.5
1) Yes1777.0
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip165565.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
254) (numpreg_w3) [IF FEMALE RESPONDENT HAS BEEN PREGNANT] M:2. How many times have you been pregnant? (NUMPREG)
TOTAL%
0) 030.1
1) 11897.5
2) 2672.6
3) 3210.8
4) 480.3
5) 550.2
6) 610.0
999) Legitimate skip223888.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
255) (endpreg_w3) [IF FEMALE RESPONDENT HAS BEEN PREGNANT ONCE AND DID NOT REPORT MONTH, YEAR, OR AGE OF PREGNANCY IN WAVE 2, OR IF FEMALE RESPONDENT REPORTED A PREGNANCY IN WAVE 1 BUT DID NOT COMPLETE WAVE 2] M:5. How did this pregnancy end? (ENDPREG)
TOTAL%
1) It has not ended; still pregnant311.2
2) A live birth, kept532.1
3) A live birth, gave up for adoption10.0
4) A still birth10.0
5) A miscarriage271.1
6) An abortion240.9
999) Legitimate skip239594.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
256) (endfstpreg_w3) [IF FEMALE RESPONDENT HAS BEEN PREGNANT MORE THAN ONCE, DK OR REF AND WAS NOT PREGNANT BY WAVE 2 OR IF FEMALE RESPONDENT REPORTED A PREGNANCY IN WAVE 1 BUT DID NOT COMPLETE WAVE 2] M:9. How did your first pregnancy end? (ENDFSTPR)
TOTAL%
1) A live birth, kept200.8
2) A live birth, gave up for adoption10.0
3) A still birth10.0
4) A miscarriage200.8
5) An abortion70.3
999) Legitimate skip248398.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
257) (preg2_w3) [IF MALE, HAS NOT EARLIER REPORTED GETTING SOMEONE PREGNANT, AND HAS HAD INTERCOURSE] M:11. Have you ever gotten someone pregnant? Be sure to include any current pregnancy and any past pregnancy that ended in an abortion, stillbirth, miscarriage, or a live birth even if the baby died. (PREG2)
TOTAL%
0) No73328.9
1) Yes1275.0
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip166765.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
258) (numimpreg_w3) [IF MALE RESPONDENT HAS GOTTEN SOMEONE PREGNANT] M:12. How many times have you gotten someone pregnant? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=1-10, 10=10 OR MORE] (NUMIMPR)
TOTAL%
0) 070.3
1) 11234.9
2) 2351.4
3) 3120.5
4) 460.2
5) 510.0
7) 710.0
8) 810.0
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip234592.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
259) (endimpreg_w3) [IF MALE RESPONDENT HAS GOTTEN SOMEONE PREGNANT ONCE AND DID NOT REPORT IN WAVE 2 OR IF MALE RESPONDENT REPORTED GETTING SOMEONE PREGNANT IN WAVE 1 BUT DID NOT COMPLETE WAVE 2] M:15. How did this pregnancy end? (ENDIMPR)
TOTAL%
1) It has not ended; she is still pregnant200.8
2) A live birth, kept261.0
3) A live birth, gave up for adoption20.1
4) A still birth10.0
5) A miscarriage200.8
6) An abortion341.3
999) Legitimate skip242995.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
260) (endfstimpreg_w3) [IF MALE RESPONDENT HAS GOTTEN SOMEONE PREGNANT MORE THAN ONCE, DK OR REF AND DID NOT REPORT ON THIS AT WAVE 2 OR IF MALE RESPONDENT REPORTED GETTING SOMEONE PREGNANT IN WAVE 1 BUT DID NOT COMPLETE WAVE 2] M:19. How did this first pregnancy end? (ENDFSTIM)
TOTAL%
2) A live birth, kept140.6
5) A miscarriage120.5
6) An abortion80.3
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip249798.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
261) (numfriend_w3) N:1. Now for the next set of questions, I'll be asking some things about your friendships. I would like you to think of up to five of our closest friends. These may be from your neighborhood, school, family, a religious congregation, work, a boyfriend or girlfriend, wherever, but they should not include your parents. Once you have these friends in mind, please try to remember them as I ask the next few questions. First, how many friends are you thinking of? [IF NEEDED: "If you do not have five close friends, then just think of the people you like and spend the most time with."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-5] (NUMFRIEN)
TOTAL%
0) 060.2
1) 1522.1
2) 21656.5
3) 351720.4
4) 451520.3
5) 5126550.0
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
262) (nofriends_w3) [IF R REPORTS THAT HE/SHE DOESN'T HAVE ANY FRIENDS] N:1a. Can you think of anyone that you spend time with, that you talk to, or hang out with? It can be any family, except for parents, people in your neighborhood or school, anyone at all. (NOFRIEND)
TOTAL%
0) NO [AFTER PROBING, R STILL CANNOT THINK OF A SINGLE PERSON, BLAISE WILL SKIP THE R OUT OF THE REST OF SECTION ‘N']60.2
1) YES [R HAS THOUGHT OF AT LEAST ONE PERSON]30.1
999) Legitimate skip252399.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
263) (frndrel_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] A. are religious? (FRNDREL)
TOTAL%
0) 052820.9
1) 144317.5
2) 245217.9
3) 342016.6
4) 428011.1
5) 532612.9
777) Don't know120.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
264) (frndnotrel_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] B. not religious at all? (FRNOTREL)
TOTAL%
0) 0101640.1
1) 147818.9
2) 239415.6
3) 327811.0
4) 41495.9
5) 51305.1
777) Don't know170.7
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
265) (frndrelblf_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] C. are similar to you in their beliefs about religion? (FRRELBLF)
TOTAL%
0) 026010.3
1) 141116.2
2) 254821.6
3) 350119.8
4) 434913.8
5) 536714.5
777) Don't know261.0
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
266) (frndsamegrp_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] D. are also involved in any religious group you are a part of? (FRSAMGRP)
TOTAL%
0) 0170267.2
1) 130412.0
2) 21867.3
3) 31154.5
4) 4763.0
5) 5722.8
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
267) (frndtlkrel_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] E. do you talk with about matters of religious belief and experience? (FRTLKREL)
TOTAL%
0) 068627.1
1) 141516.4
2) 244917.7
3) 334313.5
4) 42228.8
5) 534413.6
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
268) (frndrace_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] F. are of a different race than you? (FRNDRACE)
TOTAL%
0) 0149559.0
1) 148019.0
2) 22399.4
3) 31124.4
4) 4612.4
5) 5722.8
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
269) (frnddrgs_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] G. do drugs or drink a lot of alcohol? (FRNDDRGS)
TOTAL%
0) 082432.5
1) 146918.5
2) 241416.4
3) 329711.7
4) 41756.9
5) 527510.9
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
270) (frndvol_w3) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] H. regularly do volunteer work or community service? (FRNDVOL)
TOTAL%
0) 0121447.9
1) 160423.9
2) 233513.2
3) 31586.2
4) 4652.6
5) 5672.6
777) Don't know180.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip702.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
271) (sfrndrel_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] A. religious? (SFRNDREL)
TOTAL%
0) No251.0
1) Yes301.2
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
272) (sfrdnotrel_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] B. not religious at all? (SFRNOTRL)
TOTAL%
0) No100.4
1) Yes140.6
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip250799.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
273) (sfrndrelblf_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] C. similar to you in their beliefs about religion? (SFRRELBL)
TOTAL%
0) No130.5
1) Yes421.7
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
274) (sfrndsamegrp_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] D. also involved in any religious group you are a part of? (SFRSAMGR)
TOTAL%
0) No451.8
1) Yes100.4
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
275) (sfrndtlkrel_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] E. someone you talk with about matters of religious belief and experience? (SFRTLKRL)
TOTAL%
0) No220.9
1) Yes331.3
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
276) (sfrndrace_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] F. of a different race than you? (SFRNDRAC)
TOTAL%
0) No461.8
1) Yes90.4
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
277) (sfrnddrgs_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] G. someone that does drugs or drinks a lot of alcohol? (SFRDRGS)
TOTAL%
0) No421.7
1) Yes120.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
278) (sfrndvol_w3) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND] Now, I would like to ask some questions about that person. N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-H] [IF N:2SINGLE.A=0,DK,REF] H. someone that does regular volunteer work or community service? (SFRNDVOL)
TOTAL%
0) No421.7
1) Yes120.5
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip247797.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
279) (trauma_w3) K:13. In the past two years have you suffered any traumatic life events – such as someone you were close to dying or you or someone you were close to having a serious accident or illness? [INTERVIEWER: IF R ASKS WHETHER AN EVENT QUALIFIES AS "TRAUMATIC" – IF AN ANIMAL HAS DIED, OR THE R WAS SADDENED BY A SOCIAL EVENT – REMIND HIM/HER THAT WE ARE ONLY REFERRING TO DEATHS, ILLNESSES, OR ACCIDENTS INVOLVING THE R OR A PERSON S/HE IS CLOSE TO] (TRAUMA)
TOTAL%
0) No129251.0
1) Yes122848.5
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
280) (future_w3) P:4. How often, if at all, do you think about or plan for your future? Is it . . . (FUTURE)
TOTAL%
1) Very often145657.5
2) Fairly often61524.3
3) Sometimes37114.7
4) Rarely532.1
5) Never261.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
281) (guilt1_w3) P:2. In the last year, how often, if ever, have you found yourself feeling guilty about things in your life? Was it . . . (GUILT1)
TOTAL%
1) Very often2148.5
2) Fairly often31012.2
3) Sometimes96938.3
4) Rarely73429.0
5) Never29511.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
282) (meanless_w3) P:5. How often, if ever, does life feel meaningless to you? (MEANLESS)
TOTAL%
1) Very often712.8
2) Fairly often843.3
3) Sometimes34713.7
4) Rarely52720.8
5) Never148858.8
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
283) (meanlife_w3) P:6. How often, if at all, do you think about the meaning of life? (MEANLIFE)
TOTAL%
1) Very often65325.8
2) Fairly often44317.5
3) Sometimes81632.2
4) Rarely36214.3
5) Never2499.8
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
284) (body_w3) P:3. In general, how happy or unhappy are you with your body and physical appearance? Are you: (BODY)
TOTAL%
1) Very unhappy682.7
2) Somewhat unhappy38915.4
3) Neither2349.2
4) Somewhat happy95337.6
5) Very happy87934.7
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
285) (control_w3) P:7. You have little control over the things that happen to you. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (CONTROL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1887.4
2) Agree48019.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)30.1
4) Disagree111644.1
5) Strongly disagree73328.9
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
286) (lifeideal_w3) P:8. In most ways your life is close to ideal. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (LIFEIDL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26110.3
2) Agree146757.9
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)351.4
4) Disagree61224.2
5) Strongly disagree1315.2
888) Refused160.6
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
287) (gratitude4_w3) P:28. Long amounts of time can go by before you feel grateful to something or someone. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (GRATITUD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1716.8
2) Agree86234.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)261.0
4) Disagree107542.5
5) Strongly disagree38015.0
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
288) (lifeexclent_w3) P:10. The conditions of your life are excellent. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (LIFEEXCL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree37614.8
2) Agree149459.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)220.9
4) Disagree55421.9
5) Strongly disagree742.9
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
289) (purpose1_w3) P:29. Your life often seems to lack any clear goals or sense of direction. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (PURPOSE1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree843.3
2) Agree51420.3
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)120.5
4) Disagree126249.8
5) Strongly disagree64625.5
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
290) (solveprob_w3) P:11. There is really no way you can solve some of the problems you have. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (SOLVEPRB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1335.3
2) Agree55521.9
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)50.2
4) Disagree123248.7
5) Strongly disagree59623.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
291) (LIFESATIS_W3) P:12. You are satisfied with your life. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (LIFESAT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree67926.8
2) Agree149459.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)60.2
4) Disagree29811.8
5) Strongly disagree441.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
292) (purpose2_w3) P:30. You don't have a good sense of what it is you're trying to accomplish in life. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (PURPOSE2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree993.9
2) Agree42316.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)30.1
4) Disagree123548.8
5) Strongly disagree76230.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
293) (getwants_w3) P14 So far you have gotten the important things you want in life. (GETWANTS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree32712.9
2) Agree143556.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)100.4
4) Disagree66926.4
5) Strongly disagree793.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
294) (purpose3_w3) P:31. Some people wander aimlessly through life, but you are not one of them. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (PURPOSE3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree59823.6
2) Agree149859.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)120.5
4) Disagree36114.3
5) Strongly disagree491.9
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
295) (change_w3) P13 These is little you can do to change many of the important things in your life. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (CHANGE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1164.6
2) Agree47318.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)40.2
4) Disagree127250.2
5) Strongly disagree65625.9
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
296) (gratitude1_w3) P:25. You have so much in life to be thankful for. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (GRATIT1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree132752.4
2) Agree115745.7
4) Disagree301.2
5) Strongly disagree80.3
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
297) (risks_w3) P:18. You like to take risks. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (RISKS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44417.5
2) Agree138954.9
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)130.5
4) Disagree59323.4
5) Strongly disagree823.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
298) (gratitude2_w3) P:26. When you look at the word, you don't see much to be grateful for. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (GRATIT2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree261.0
2) Agree1034.1
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)20.1
4) Disagree127450.3
5) Strongly disagree111644.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
299) (helpless_w3) P:17. You often feel helpless in dealing with problems of life. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (HELPLESS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree421.7
2) Agree51320.3
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)160.6
4) Disagree144257.0
5) Strongly disagree50820.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
300) (sad_w3) P:20. How often do you feel very sad or depressed? Is it always, usually, sometimes, rarely, or never? (SAD)
TOTAL%
1) Always210.8
2) Usually1044.1
3) Sometimes78731.1
4) Rarely129151.0
5) Never31912.6
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
301) (accepted_w3) P:21. In general, do you [INSERT LIST A-D] [READ RESPONSE OPTIONS EVERY TIME FOR A-D]? A. feel loved and accepted for who you are (ACCEPTED)
TOTAL%
1) A lot187474.0
2) Some49019.4
3) A little1244.9
4) None341.3
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
302) (alienate_w3) P:21. In general, do you [INSERT LIST A-D] [READ RESPONSE OPTIONS EVERY TIME FOR A-D]? B. feel alone and misunderstood (ALIENATE)
TOTAL%
1) A lot1415.6
2) Some46618.4
3) A little83633.0
4) None107742.5
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
303) (invisible_w3) P:21. In general, do you [INSERT LIST A-D] [READ RESPONSE OPTIONS EVERY TIME FOR A-D]? D. feel invisible because people don't pay attention to you (INVISIBL)
TOTAL%
1) A lot481.9
2) Some1937.6
3) A little52120.6
4) None175969.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
304) (health_w3) P:22. In general, how is your health? Would you say it is . . . (HEALTH)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent62324.6
2) Very good96438.1
3) Good66626.3
4) Fair2349.2
5) Poor351.4
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
305) (meditate_w3) Q:1. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST B-F] [READ STEM FOR ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? B. practiced any religious or spiritual meditation techniques, not including prayer (MEDITATE)
TOTAL%
0) No211983.7
1) Yes40115.8
777) Don't know20.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
306) (fasted_w3) Q:1. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST B-F] [READ STEM FOR ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? E. fasted or denied yourself something as a spiritual discipline [YES, IF ATTEMPTED OR TRIED TO FAST OR DENY SELF] (FASTED)
TOTAL%
0) No193176.3
1) Yes58623.1
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
307) (dayrest_w3) Q:1. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST B-F] [READ STEM FOR ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? F. tried to practice a weekly day of rest to keep the Sabbath [IF CATHOLIC OR PROTESTANT INSERT "or Lord's Day"] (DAYREST)
TOTAL%
0) No201879.7
1) Yes49919.7
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
308) (choir_w3) [IF RESPONDENT ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF OR RESPONDENT CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS OR RELIGIOUS FAITH IS VERY OR EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO THE RESPONDENT] Q:2. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST H-N] [READ STEM FOR ‘H' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? H. played or sung in a religious music group or choir (CHOIR)
TOTAL%
0) No152960.4
1) Yes44417.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip55822.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
309) (readrel_w3) [IF RESPONDENT ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF OR RESPONDENT CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS OR RELIGIOUS FAITH IS VERY OR EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO THE RESPONDENT] Q:2. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST H-N] [READ STEM FOR ‘H' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? M. read a devotional, religious, or spiritual book other than the [SCRIPTURES B] (READREL)
TOTAL%
0) No126750.0
1) Yes70627.9
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip55822.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
310) (sharfath_w3) [IF RESPONDENT ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES, DK OR REF OR RESPONDENT CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS OR RELIGIOUS FAITH IS VERY OR EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO THE RESPONDENT] Q:2. In the last year, have you [INSERT LIST H-N] [READ STEM FOR ‘H' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY]? N. shared your own religious faith with someone else not of your faith (SHARFATH)
TOTAL%
0) No90735.8
1) Yes100639.7
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip61824.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
311) (prayalon_w3) Q:3. How often, if ever, do you pray by yourself alone? Is it: (PRAYALON)
TOTAL%
1) Never52720.8
2) Less than once a month27310.8
3) One to two times a month36514.4
4) About once a week27410.8
5) A few times a week33713.3
6) About once a day39415.6
7) Many times a day35213.9
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
312) (readbibl_w3) Q:4. How often, if ever, do you read from [SCRIPTURES C] to yourself alone? Is it: (READBIBL)
TOTAL%
1) Never128850.9
2) Less than once a month40416.0
3) One to two times a month33313.2
4) About once a week1857.3
5) A few times a week1586.2
6) About once a day1174.6
7) Many times a day351.4
777) 77710.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
313) (relretrt_w3) Q:6. In the last two years, how many, if any, religious retreats or conferences have you participated in? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-50, RANGE 50=50 OR MORE] (RELRETRT)
TOTAL%
0) 0191875.8
1) 12188.6
2) 21596.3
3) 3933.7
4) 4351.4
5) 5341.3
6) 6150.6
7) 760.2
8) 880.3
9) 910.0
10) 10130.5
12) 1210.0
13) 1310.0
14) 1410.0
15) 1510.0
20) 2020.1
24) 2410.0
30) 3020.1
35) 3510.0
50) 5040.2
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
314) (ythgrpcoll_w3) O:5b. Are you now or have you in the past been involved in any college-based religious groups? (YTHGRPCO)
TOTAL%
0) No216885.6
1) Yes35313.9
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
315) (mission_w3) Q:7. In the last two years, how many times, if any, have you gone on a religious missions team or religious service project? [PROBE: "Just give me your best guess."] [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-20, RANGE 20=20 OR MORE] (MISSION)
TOTAL%
0) 0214184.6
1) 12108.3
2) 2943.7
3) 3321.3
4) 4120.5
5) 590.4
6) 630.1
7) 710.0
8) 810.0
10) 1030.1
14) 1410.0
15) 1510.0
18) 1810.0
20) 2090.4
777) Don't know40.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
316) (grace_w3) Q:12. Do you regularly pray to give thanks before mealtimes, or not? (GRACE)
TOTAL%
0) No147258.1
1) Yes104941.4
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
317) (lrnrel1_w3) [IF CONSIDERS SELF RELIGIOUS] Q:14. How interested or not are you in learning more about your religion? Are you . . . (LRNREL1)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested71528.2
2) Somewhat77230.5
3) Not very2379.4
4) Not at all interested542.1
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip75229.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
318) (lrnrel2_w3) [IF DOES NOT CONSIDER SELF RELIGIOUS, DK OR REF] Q:15. How interested or not are you in learning more about religion? Are you . . . (LRNREL2)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested963.8
2) Somewhat27010.7
3) Not very1817.1
4) Not at all interested1957.7
999) Legitimate skip179070.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
319) (invited_w3) [IF DOESN'T ATTEND RELIGIOUS SERVICES MORE THAN A FEW TIMES A YEAR OR REF] Q:24. In the last two years has anyone invited you to attend religious services with them, or not? (INVITED)
TOTAL%
0) No42416.7
1) Yes99239.2
999) Legitimate skip111644.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
320) (attend30_w3) Q:25. When you are thirty, do you think you will be attending religious services? (ATTEND30)
TOTAL%
1) Yes133052.5
2) Maybe82232.5
3) No36914.6
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
321) (ythgrp2_2_w3) O:5. Are you involved in any organized religious groups such as Bible study, prayer group, or religious group, not including regular worship service attendance? (YTHGR2_2)
TOTAL%
0) No213784.4
1) Yes38515.2
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
322) (ythgrpnum_w3) [IF INVOLVED IN A GROUP] O:5a. How many organized religious groups are you involved in? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=1=20] [IF>20 ENTER 20] (YTHGRNUM)
TOTAL%
1) 125810.2
2) 2963.8
3) 3220.9
4) 460.2
5) 520.1
6) 610.0
999) Legitimate skip214784.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
323) (ythgrp6_w3) [IF IS CURRENTLY INVOLVED WITH A GROUP] O:6. Please answer the next couple of questions about the religious group that you are (IF O5a>1 THEN: "most") involved with. About how often do you attend this group's meetings and events? Is it . . . (YTHGRP6)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week572.3
2) About once a week1917.5
3) 2-3 times a month662.6
4) About once a month502.0
5) A few times a year160.6
6) Almost never40.2
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip214784.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
324) (ythgrp10_w3) [IF IS CURRENTLY INVOLVED WITH A GROUP AND CURRENTLY ATTENDING RELIGIOUS SERVICES] O:7. Is this group a part of the [CHURCH TYPE] you regularly attend? (YTHGRP10)
TOTAL%
0) No1244.9
1) Yes2459.7
999) Legitimate skip216385.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
325) (eval1_w3) Q:27. I have a lot of respect for organized religion in this country. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (EVAL1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree46918.5
2) Agree150359.4
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)60.2
4) Disagree41116.2
5) Strongly disagree1295.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
326) (eval2_w3) Q:28. Organized religion is usually a big turn-off for me. (EVAL2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1696.7
2) Agree57622.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)140.6
4) Disagree134653.2
5) Strongly disagree41016.2
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
327) (eval3_w3) [IF RELIGIOUS IN WAVE 1] Q:29. I have very positive feelings about the religious tradition in which I was raised. (EVAL3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree64325.4
2) Agree117346.3
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)200.8
4) Disagree37714.9
5) Strongly disagree592.3
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip25510.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
328) (eval4_w3) Q:30. Too many religious people in this country these days are negative, angry, and judgmental. (EVAL4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree40416.0
2) Agree131151.8
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)160.6
4) Disagree70527.8
5) Strongly disagree833.3
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
329) (eval6_w3) Q:31. Most mainstream religion is irrelevant to the needs and concerns of most people my age. (EVAL63)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1224.8
2) Agree94237.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)401.6
4) Disagree122748.5
5) Strongly disagree1827.2
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
330) (religneg_w3) Q:26. Generally, how positive or negative do you feel about religion in this country? Do you feel . . . (RELIGNEG)
TOTAL%
1) Very positive2349.2
2) Somewhat positive111143.9
3) Neither67226.5
4) Somewhat negative36814.5
5) Very negative1285.1
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused50.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
331) (menwrkwmenhme_w3) R:1. It is much better for everyone if the man earns the main living and the woman takes care of the home and family. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MENWRK )
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1164.6
2) Agree60023.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)150.6
4) Disagree112244.3
5) Strongly disagree66526.3
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
332) (womenmar_w3) R:2. A woman can have a fully satisfying life without getting married. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (WOMMAR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree55722.0
2) Agree159463.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)110.4
4) Disagree30612.1
5) Strongly disagree522.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
333) (moralrel_w3) G:7. Some people say that morals are relative, that there are no definite rights and wrongs for everybody. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MORALREL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1746.9
2) Agree102740.6
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)140.6
4) Disagree94037.1
5) Strongly disagree35814.1
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
334) (relprvte_w3) R:3. Religion is a private matter that should be kept out of public debates about social and political issues. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (RELPRVTE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree45818.1
2) Agree106542.1
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)130.5
4) Disagree77330.5
5) Strongly disagree2068.1
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
335) (manmar_w3) R:5. A man can have a fully satisfying life without getting married. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MANMAR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree46918.5
2) Agree163164.4
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)90.4
4) Disagree33613.3
5) Strongly disagree763.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
336) (brkmorality_w3) G:9. Some people believe that it is sometimes okay to break moral rules if it works to your advantage and you can get away with it. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (BRKMORAL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree451.8
2) Agree37414.8
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)70.3
4) Disagree131551.9
5) Strongly disagree77630.6
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
337) (mandecide_w3) R:7. Most of the important decisions in the life of the family should be made by the man of the house. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MANDECID)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree632.5
2) Agree37915.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)190.8
4) Disagree128950.9
5) Strongly disagree76730.3
888) Refused40.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
338) (moralitychnge_w3) G:8. Some people say that the world is always changing and we should adjust our views of what is morally right and wrong to reflect those changes. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MORALCHG)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree2489.8
2) Agree133152.6
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)200.8
4) Disagree69327.4
5) Strongly disagree2228.8
888) Refused70.3
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
339) (wrkngmom_w3) R:9. A working mother can establish as warm and secure a relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (WRKNGMOM)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree51120.2
2) Agree151159.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)110.4
4) Disagree43617.2
5) Strongly disagree461.8
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
340) (unmarsex_w3) R:11. It is alright for two unmarried people who are not in love to have sex. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (UNMARSEX)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1977.8
2) Agree128950.9
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)140.6
4) Disagree77230.5
5) Strongly disagree2439.6
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
341) (datediffrel_w3) R:21. In general, people should not date someone of a different religion. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (DATEDIFF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree712.8
2) Agree27210.7
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)100.4
4) Disagree128450.7
5) Strongly disagree88234.8
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
342) (mardiffrel_w3) R22 In general, people should not marry someone of a different religion. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MARDIFF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1244.9
2) Agree35514.0
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)70.3
4) Disagree125749.6
5) Strongly disagree77630.6
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
343) (material4_w3) R:26. Shopping and buying things gives me a lot of pleasure. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MATER4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree29011.5
2) Agree134753.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)160.6
4) Disagree73529.0
5) Strongly disagree1325.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
344) (MATERIAL2_W3) R:24. I would be happier if I could afford to buy more things. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MATER2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28811.4
2) Agree109943.4
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)80.3
4) Disagree99539.3
5) Strongly disagree1305.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
345) (material1_w3) R:23. I admire people who own expensive homes, cars, and clothes. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MATER1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree963.8
2) Agree81832.3
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)210.8
4) Disagree133652.8
5) Strongly disagree2489.8
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
346) (material5_w3) R:27. The things I own say a lot about how well I am doing in life. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (MATER5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1003.9
2) Agree106542.1
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)20.1
4) Disagree119947.4
5) Strongly disagree1536.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
347) (nvrmarry_w3) R:20. Suppose your life turned out so that you never married. Would that bother you a great deal, some, a little, or not at all? (NVRMARRY)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal77030.4
2) Some76930.4
3) A little38915.4
4) Not at all42116.6
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip1827.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
348) (nvrchild_w3) [R HAS NOT TOLD US IN EITHER W1, W2 OR W3 THAT THEY HAVE BEEN PREGNANT OR GOTTEN SOMEONE PREGNANT OR IF THE R HAS BEEN PREGNANT BUT DID NOT HAVE A LIVE BIRTH] R:19. Suppose your life turned out so that you never had children. Would that bother you a great deal, some, a little, or not at all? (NVRCHILD)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal105341.6
2) Some52320.7
3) A little31012.2
4) Not at all25810.2
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip38415.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
349) (divrceok_w3) R:13. Do you think that, in general, a couple without children should end their marriage if it is empty and unfulfilling, or should they stick with it even if they are not happy? (DIVRCEOK)
TOTAL%
1) End it172268.0
2) Stick with it75029.6
777) Don't know291.1
888) Refused200.8
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
350) (crrace_w3) R:28. How much do you personally care or not about [INSERT LIST A-C]? Do you care about: [READ LIST] [DO NOT READ CATEGORIES FOR R:28C UNLESS NEEDED] A. equality between different racial groups (CRRACE)
TOTAL%
1) Very much111744.1
2) Somewhat65926.0
3) A little2048.1
4) Do not really care52720.8
777) Don't know80.3
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
351) (crelder_w3) R:28. How much do you personally care or not about [INSERT LIST A-C]? Do you care about: [READ LIST] [DO NOT READ CATEGORIES FOR R:28C UNLESS NEEDED] B. the needs of elderly people in this country (CRELDER)
TOTAL%
1) Very much133752.8
2) Somewhat92336.5
3) A little1877.4
4) Do not really care732.9
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
352) (crpoor_w3) R:28. How much do you personally care or not about [INSERT LIST A-C]? Do you care about: [READ LIST] [DO NOT READ CATEGORIES FOR R:28C UNLESS NEEDED] C. the needs of poor people in this country (CRPOOR)
TOTAL%
1) Very much128050.6
2) Somewhat90935.9
3) A little2409.5
4) Do not really care913.6
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
353) (marry1_min_w3) R:15. What do you think is the ideal age to get married? SINGLE ANSWER OR LOW END OF RANGE [RANGE=10-101] (IF R SAYS THEY DO NOT PLAN TO GET MARRIED, PROBE ONLY ONCE WITH: "Well, just suppose you were to marry, what age do you think would be ideal?" IF R STILL SAYS THEY DO NOT PLAN TO GET MARRIED, ENTER 101) (MARRYMIN)
TOTAL%
16) 1620.1
17) 1710.0
18) 18441.7
19) 19120.5
20) 20943.7
21) 21833.3
22) 221054.1
23) 231475.8
24) 242178.6
25) 2576030.0
26) 262319.1
27) 272178.6
28) 282017.9
29) 29251.0
30) 3025510.1
31) 3170.3
32) 32170.7
33) 3330.1
34) 3420.1
35) 35321.3
36) 3610.0
37) 3720.1
38) 3810.0
39) 3910.0
40) 4090.4
45) 4510.0
55) 5510.0
101) Does not plan to marry30.1
777) Don't know331.3
888) Refused140.6
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
354) (marry1_max_w3) R:15. What do you think is the ideal age to get married? HIGH END OF RANGE [RANGE=11-100] (MARRYMAX)
TOTAL%
20) 2020.1
21) 2130.1
22) 2240.2
23) 2330.1
24) 2460.2
25) 25311.2
26) 26160.6
27) 27100.4
28) 2850.2
29) 2960.2
30) 30562.2
32) 3240.2
33) 3320.1
34) 3410.0
35) 35150.6
39) 3910.0
40) 4090.4
43) 4310.0
50) 5030.1
70) 7010.0
80) 8010.0
100) 10010.0
999) Legitimate skip235192.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
355) (marrelig_w3) [IF NOT MARRIED & WANTS TO MARRY ONE DAY] R:30. How important is it to you to marry someone who is [IF F:9=0 OR F:10=7 THEN "not religious", OTHERWISE "of your own religion"]? Is it . . . (MARRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important29811.8
2) Very important28611.3
3) Somewhat important54521.5
4) Not very important55722.0
5) Not at all important68427.0
6) Do not want to or plan to get married (Interviewer: Do not read)10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip1606.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
356) (compedu_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] A. Complete your education before getting married? (COMPEDU)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important91736.2
2) Very70127.7
3) Somewhat48619.2
4) Not Very1405.5
5) Not at all important993.9
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
357) (estabcareer_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] B. Establish your career before getting married? (ESTABCAR)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important48619.2
2) Very74729.5
3) Somewhat78631.0
4) Not Very2228.8
5) Not at all important1034.1
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
358) (ownhome_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] C. Buy a home before getting married? (OWNHOME)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important1897.5
2) Very37114.7
3) Somewhat69027.3
4) Not Very76030.0
5) Not at all important33413.2
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
359) (liveonown_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] D. Live on your own awhile before getting married? (LIVEON)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important34913.8
2) Very85333.7
3) Somewhat71728.3
4) Not Very31312.4
5) Not at all important1114.4
777) Don't know10.0
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
360) (dateenough_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] E. Date enough other people before getting married? (DATEENOU)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important26510.5
2) Very65926.0
3) Somewhat70527.8
4) Not Very48319.1
5) Not at all important2299.0
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
361) (trylivewith_w3) [IF NEVER MARRIED AND GAVE AN IDEAL AGE TO MARRY] R:29. TEXT: "People have different ideas about what should be accomplished before one is ready to marry. Please tell me how important it is to you, personally, to accomplish each of the following things before getting married. How important is it to [INSERT LIST A-F], [INTERVIEWER MUST READ RESPONSE CATEGORIES: "extremely important, very, somewhat, not very, or not at all important" FOR ‘A' AND ‘B' AND THEN ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR ‘C' THROUGH ‘F'] F. Live with the person you are thinking of marrying before getting married? (TRYLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important31612.5
2) Very75329.7
3) Somewhat56722.4
4) Not Very36614.5
5) Not at all important34113.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip1887.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
362) (abstain1_w3) R:17. Do you think that people should wait to have sex until they are married, or not necessarily? (ABSTAIN1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes61124.1
2) Not necessarily190575.2
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
363) (numkidswntmin_w3) R:18. In total, how many children do you intend to have? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-20] SINGLE ANSWER OR LOW NUMBER IN RANGE (KIDWNTMN)
TOTAL%
0) 01234.9
1) 12028.0
2) 2113244.7
3) 367926.8
4) 42409.5
5) 5672.6
6) 6240.9
7) 7100.4
8) 850.2
10) 1080.3
12) 1230.1
13) 1310.0
16) 1610.0
18) 1810.0
777) Don't know230.9
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
364) (numkidswntmax_w3) R:18. In total, how many children do you intend to have? [RECORD NUMBER, RANGE=0-20] HIGH END OF RANGE (KIDWNTMX)
TOTAL%
1) 140.2
2) 2210.8
3) 3512.0
4) 4381.5
5) 570.3
6) 630.1
7) 720.1
8) 820.1
999) Legitimate skip240494.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
365) (teachings_w3) S:1. The teachings of science and religion often ultimately conflict with each other. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (TEACHING)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree35514.0
2) Agree142256.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)210.8
4) Disagree62324.6
5) Strongly disagree883.5
888) Refused120.5
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
366) (scidiscovery_w3) S:2. [IF NOT RELIGIOUS, IF F:10=7 OR F:9=0, DK OR REF: "My own views about religion have", ALL OTHERS, "My own religious faith has"] been strengthened by some of the discoveries of science. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (SCIDISC)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1495.9
2) Agree89035.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)261.0
4) Disagree125149.4
5) Strongly disagree1997.9
888) Refused60.2
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
367) (sciencerel_w3) S:3. The findings of science and teachings of religion are entirely compatible with each other. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (SCIENCE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree813.2
2) Agree71528.2
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)311.2
4) Disagree144957.2
5) Strongly disagree2359.3
888) Refused100.4
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
368) (humanres_w3) S:4. Scientists should be free to do any research, even on controversial subjects like human cloning, without interference from religious morals or teachings. (Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree?) (HUMANRES)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree29711.7
2) Agree98538.9
3) Undecided/DK (Interviewer: Do not read)180.7
4) Disagree94337.2
5) Strongly disagree27010.7
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
369) (parhelp_w3) T:3. Now, I would like to ask you about any financial help you may have received from your parent figures or other adult relatives during the past twelve months. Have your parent figures or other adult relatives helped you with schooling expenses, buying a car, emergencies such as being out of work, sick or injured, given you money to make a down payment on a house or apartment or car, provided you your own place to stay by covering the rent, or given you other large financial or valuable gifts in the last year? (PARHELP)
TOTAL%
0) No70928.0
1) Yes181171.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
370) (amtparhelp_w3) [IF RECEIVED FINANCIAL HELP FROM PARENT FIGURES IN THE LAST YEAR] [IF T:3=1, DK OR REF] T:4. Which of these categories best describes the total amount of financial help you received from your parent figures in the past year? Was it . . . (AMTPAR)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $200055421.9
2) $2000 to $500051020.1
3) $5000 to $10,00032813.0
4) $10,000 to $20,0002038.0
5) More than $20,0002098.3
777) Don't know50.2
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip72128.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
371) (finhrdshp_w3) T:5. In the past twelve months, was there a time when you were not able to pay a bill, such as the full amount of rent or mortgage, a gas, electric or other utility bill, or any other bill because you didn't have enough money? [IF R SAYS "I don't pay the bills," SAY, "How about the person who does pay the bills for the household. Was there a time in the past twelve months when he or she was not able to pay a bill, such as the full amount of rent or mortgage, a gas, electric or other utility bill, or any other bill because he or she didn't have enough money?] (FINHRD)
TOTAL%
0) No181471.6
1) Yes70327.8
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip120.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
372) Category number of response category that was displayed first in G:1 (RESPORD1)
TOTAL%
1) Do what would make you feel happy371.5
2) Do what would help you to get ahead321.3
3) Follow the advice of a parent or teacher, or other adult you respect371.5
4) Do what you think God or the scripture tells you is right351.4
666) Invalid skip239194.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
373) Category number of response category that was displayed second in G:1 (RESPORD2)
TOTAL%
1) Do what would make you feel happy291.1
2) Do what would help you to get ahead491.9
3) Follow the advice of a parent or teacher, or other adult you respect321.3
4) Do what you think God or the scripture tells you is right311.2
666) Invalid skip239194.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
374) Category number of response category that was displayed third in G:1 (RESPORD3)
TOTAL%
1) Do what would make you feel happy411.6
2) Do what would help you to get ahead321.3
3) Follow the advice of a parent or teacher, or other adult you respect341.3
4) Do what you think God or the scripture tells you is right341.3
666) Invalid skip239194.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
375) Category number of response category that was displayed fourth in G:1 (RESPORD4)
TOTAL%
1) Do what would make you feel happy341.3
2) Do what would help you to get ahead271.1
3) Follow the advice of a parent or teacher, or other adult you respect391.5
4) Do what you think God or the scripture tells you is right411.6
666) Invalid skip239194.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
376) (howdecid_w3) G:1. If you were unsure of what was right or wrong in a particular situation, how would you decide what to do? Would you most likely . . . [RANDOMIZE LIST 1-4] (HOWDECID)
TOTAL%
1) Do what would make you feel happy592.3
2) Do what would help you to get ahead120.5
3) Follow the advice of a parent or teacher, or other adult you respect552.2
4) Do what you think God or the scripture tells you is right281.1
666) Invalid skip237793.9
777) Don't know10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
377) (dating5_w3_yr) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP, BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP OR IF THE CURRENT RELATIONSHIP IS NOT THE LONGEST RELATIONSHIP EVER] J:2d. What's the longest period of time you've ever been in a romantic relationship? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of years (DAT5YR)
TOTAL%
0) 0642.5
.5) 10.0
1) 128811.4
1.5) 1.5532.1
2) 228611.3
2.5) 2.5220.9
3) 31636.4
3.5) 3.5120.5
3.6) 3.610.0
4) 4863.4
4.5) 4.550.2
5) 5451.8
6) 6130.5
7) 770.3
8) 820.1
8.5) 8.510.0
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip147958.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
378) (dating5_w3_mo) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP, BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP OR IF THE CURRENT RELATIONSHIP IS NOT THE LONGEST RELATIONSHIP EVER] J:2d. What's the longest period of time you've ever been in a romantic relationship? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of months (DAT5MO)
TOTAL%
0) 0592.3
.5) 10.0
1) 1371.5
1.5) 1.510.0
2) 2512.0
3) 3652.6
3.5) 3.510.0
4) 4522.1
5) 5381.5
6) 62469.7
6.5) 6.510.0
7) 7301.2
8) 8522.1
9) 9461.8
10) 10200.8
11) 11190.8
12) 1220.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip181071.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
379) (dating5_w3_wk) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP, BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP OR IF THE CURRENT RELATIONSHIP IS NOT THE LONGEST RELATIONSHIP EVER] J:2d. What's the longest period of time you've ever been in a romantic relationship? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of weeks (DAT5WK)
TOTAL%
0) 01265.0
1) 150.2
2) 2100.4
3) 340.2
4) 410.0
6) 620.1
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip238294.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
380) (dating5_w3_dy) [IF HAS BEEN IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP, BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY IN A RELATIONSHIP OR IF THE CURRENT RELATIONSHIP IS NOT THE LONGEST RELATIONSHIP EVER] J:2d. What's the longest period of time you've ever been in a romantic relationship? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of days (DAT5DY)
TOTAL%
0) 01275.0
1) 110.0
4) 410.0
888) Refused20.1
999) Legitimate skip240194.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
381) (dating3_w3_yr) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2b. How long have you been in a relationship with this person? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of years (DAT3YR)
TOTAL%
0) 0542.1
1) 12519.9
1.5) 1.5261.0
1.6) 1.630.1
2) 21967.7
2.5) 2.5261.0
3) 31355.3
3.5) 3.590.4
4) 4742.9
4.5) 4.5100.4
5) 5461.8
5.5) 5.510.0
6) 6190.8
6.5) 6.520.1
7) 7110.4
7.5) 7.510.0
8) 850.2
9) 920.1
12.5) 12.510.0
999) Legitimate skip166065.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
382) (dating3_w3_mo) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2b. How long have you been in a relationship with this person? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of months (DAT3MO)
TOTAL%
0) 0512.0
1) 1542.1
1.5) 1.530.1
2) 2732.9
2.5) 2.550.2
3) 3582.3
4) 4471.9
5) 5431.7
6) 61626.4
6.5) 6.520.1
7) 7321.3
7.5) 7.520.1
8) 8562.2
9) 9301.2
9.5) 9.510.0
10) 10321.3
11) 11271.1
999) Legitimate skip185473.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
383) (dating3_w3_wk) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2b. How long have you been in a relationship with this person? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of weeks (DAT3WK)
TOTAL%
0) 01064.2
1) 170.3
2) 2100.4
3) 340.2
4) 420.1
5) 510.0
6) 630.1
999) Legitimate skip239994.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
384) (dating3_w3_dy) [IF IS CURRENTLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP] J:2b. How long have you been in a relationship with this person? [INTERVIEWER: "Your best guess is fine."] Number of days (DAT3DY)
TOTAL%
0) 01094.3
10) 1010.0
999) Legitimate skip242295.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
385) (cendiv_w3) Census Division (CENDIV)
386) (earnings_w3) Recode of T:1 (How much did you earn during the past twelve months, including wages from all jobs, salary, tips, bonuses, overtime and income from self-employment, before taxes and other deductions?) (EARNINGS)
TOTAL%
0) No income2088.2
1) $2,000 or Less41116.2
2) $2,001 - $4,00033313.2
3) $4,001 - $6,00026010.3
4) $6,001 - $8,0001636.4
5) $8,001 - $10,0002238.8
6) $10,001 - 12,0001014.0
7) $12,001 - $14,000552.2
8) $14,001 - $16,0001194.7
9) $16,001 - $18,000451.8
10) $18,001 - $20,0001335.3
11) $20,001 - $22,000301.2
12) $22,001 - $24,000251.0
13) $24,001 - $26,000652.6
14) $26,001 - $28,000170.7
15) $28,001 - $30,000652.6
16) $30,001 - $32,000150.6
17) $32,001 - $34,00060.2
18) $34,001 - $36,000431.7
19) $36,001 - $38,00080.3
20) $38,001 - $40,000331.3
21) $40,001 - $42,00080.3
22) $42,001 - $44,00010.0
23) $44,001 - $46,000150.6
24) $46,001 - $48,00040.2
25) $48,001 - $50,000170.7
26) $50,001 or more381.5
777777) Don't know502.0
888888) Refused301.2
999999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
387) (debt_w3) Recode of T:2 (Currently, about how much in total do you owe on credit cards or personal loans, not including student loans or home buying loans or mortgages? (DEBT)
TOTAL%
0) No debt154360.9
1) $200 or less1425.6
2) $201 - $4001114.4
3) $401 - $600933.7
4) $601 - $800572.3
5) $801 - $1,000893.5
6) $1,001 - $1,200160.6
7) $1,201 - $1,40090.4
8) $1,401 - $1,600391.5
9) $1,601 - $1,80060.2
10) $1,801 - $2,000803.2
11) $2,001 - $2,20020.1
12) $2,201 - $2,40010.0
13) $2,401 - $2,60080.3
14) $2,601 - $2,80020.1
15) $2,801 - $3,000542.1
18) $3,401 - $3,60050.2
19) $3,601 - $3,80020.1
20) $3,801 - $4,000281.1
21) $4,001 - $4,20010.0
22) $4,201 - $4,40010.0
23) $4,401 - $4,60020.1
24) $4,601 - $4,80010.0
25) $4,801 - $5,000401.6
26) $5,001 - $5,20010.0
30) $5,801 - $6,000200.8
34) $6,601 - $6,80010.0
35) $6,801 - $7,000190.8
40) $7,801 - $8,000150.6
41) $8,001 - $8,20010.0
45) $8,801 - $9,00050.2
48) $9,401 - $9,60020.1
50) $9,801 - $10,000251.0
51) $10,001 or more883.5
777777) Don't know80.3
888888) Refused40.2
999999) Legitimate skip110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
388) (relig1_w3) Combined list of first religion identified (RELIG1)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic41516.4
3) Other Christian116746.1
4) Jewish853.4
5) Muslim/Islamic50.2
8) Not religious52720.8
9) Buddhist90.4
10) Eastern Orthodox60.2
11) Hindu30.1
12) Native American10.0
15) Pagan or Wiccan90.4
17) Christian Scientist10.0
18) Jehovah's Witness130.5
19) LDS/Mormon512.0
20) Unitarian Universalist20.1
21) Bahai10.0
23) Other140.6
24) Not identify something else2017.9
777) Don't know140.6
888) Refused60.2
999) Not asked20.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
389) (relig2_w3) Combined list of second religious identified (RELIG2)
TOTAL%
0) 020.1
1) Catholic90.4
3) Other Christian170.7
4) Jewish50.2
7) Buddhist10.0
8) Pagan or Wiccan20.1
13) Other30.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Not asked249298.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
390) (relig3_w3) Combined list of third religion identified (RELIG3)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic10.0
3) Other Christian10.0
4) Jewish10.0
999) Not asked252999.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
391) (relatt_w3) Coded using only attendance variables (RELATT)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant62624.7
2) Mainline Protestant1937.6
3) Catholic34213.5
4) Jewish491.9
5) Non-attender92536.5
6) Other religion923.6
7) Just Christian1345.3
8) Black Evangelical Protestant1425.6
9) Black Mainline Protestant90.4
777) Don't know180.7
888) Refused20.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
392) (relatt2_w3) Coded using only attendance variables (RELATT2)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant1054.1
2) Mainline Protestant401.6
3) Catholic351.4
4) Jewish70.3
5) No second church attended135853.6
6) Other religion110.4
7) Just Christian160.6
8) Black Evangelical Protestant200.8
9) Black Mainline Protestant60.2
10) Non-attender92536.5
777) Don't know80.3
999) Legitimate skip10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
393) (tradrel_w3) Identical to relatt_w3 but uses identification info on non-attenders to classify if possible (TRADREL)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant71428.2
2) Mainline Protestant25910.2
3) Black Evangelical Protestant1676.6
4) Black Mainline Protestant220.9
5) Catholic44317.5
6) Jewish843.3
7) Mormon/LDS552.2
8) Not religious62224.6
9) Other religion672.6
10) Indeterminate Christian, attends592.3
11) Indeterminate, attends110.4
12) Indeterminate Christian, non-attender291.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
394) (religion_w3) Collapsed relig1 – basic first religion of teens (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic41516.4
2) Protestant116746.1
3) Jewish853.4
4) Muslim/Islamic50.2
5) Mormon512.0
6) Another religion592.3
7) Not religious52720.8
666) Invalid skip2017.9
777) Don't know140.6
888) Refused60.2
999) Not asked20.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
395) (atheist_w3) (ATHEIST)
TOTAL%
1) Atheist552.2
2) Agnostic1154.5
3) Not religious35313.9
4) Something else2017.9
777) Don't know120.5
888) Refused80.3
999) Legitimate skip178870.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
396) (jewish_w3) Indicator variable of all cases that have some Jewish affiliation (JEWISH)
TOTAL%
0) 199778.9
1) 53521.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
397) (attend_w3) (ATTEND)
TOTAL%
0) Never92536.5
1) Few times a year49719.6
2) Many times a year1676.6
3) Once a month1907.5
4) 2-3 times a month26110.3
5) Once a week31712.5
6) More than once a week1736.8
777) Don't know20.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
398) (agecats_w3) Age variable collapsed into one year categories (AGECATS)
TOTAL%
17) 110.4
18) 48119.0
19) 50119.8
20) 54221.4
21) 51720.4
22) 41616.4
23) 632.5
24) 10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
399) (hasmother_w3) W1 mother is living and has contact with the R (HASMOTH)
TOTAL%
0) No1445.7
1) Yes238894.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
400) (hasfather_w3) W1 father is living and has contact with the R (HASFATH)
TOTAL%
0) No66126.1
1) Yes187173.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
401) (hasmother2_w3) R identifies someone other than W1 mother as "mother" (HASMOTH2)
TOTAL%
0) No237493.8
1) Yes1586.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
402) (hasfather2_w3) R identifies someone other than W1 father as "father" (HASFATH2)
TOTAL%
0) No204880.9
1) Yes48419.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
403) (livepart_w3) Whether R reports living with a partner (LIVEPART)
TOTAL%
0) No226589.5
1) Yes26710.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
404) (livepar_w3) Whether R lives with a parent (LIVEPAR)
TOTAL%
0) No146157.7
1) Yes107142.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
405) (godview2_w3) Which of the following views comes closest to your own view of God? (Combines believers and non-believers) (GODVIEW2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not believe in God1495.9
1) God is a personal being involved in the lives of people today156962.0
2) God created the world, but is not involved in the world now2469.7
3) God is not personal, but something like a cosmic force47718.8
4) Something else351.4
777) Don't know331.3
888) Refused180.7
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
406) (whoheaven2_w3) Which of the following comes closest to your beliefs about who goes to heaven? (Combines believers and non-believers) (WHOHEAV2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not believe in heaven42316.7
1) All people go to heaven2068.1
2) Only good people go to heaven26710.5
3) Only people whose sins are forgiven through faith in Jesus Christ107842.6
4) Something else2068.1
5) Do not really know or care about who goes to heaven33713.3
888) Refused100.4
999) Legitimate skip50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
407) (spirituality_w3) R includes some other religion in spiritual practices (SPIRIT)
TOTAL%
0) No198378.3
1) Yes54921.7
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
408) (relatconv_w3) Indicates R went through religious conversion during cohabitation or marriage relationship (RELATCON)
TOTAL%
0) No73097.6
1) Yes182.4
Missing2622 
TOTAL748100.0
409) (partrelatconv_w3) Indicates R's partner had religious conversion during cohabitation or marriage relationship (PARTCONV)
TOTAL%
0) No73197.7
1) Yes172.3
Missing2622 
TOTAL748100.0
410) (lrnrel_w3) How interested or not are you in learning more about (your) religion? (Combines religious and non-religious respondents) (LRNREL)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested81132.0
2) Somewhat104241.2
3) Not very41816.5
4) Not at all interested2499.8
777) Don't know10.0
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
411) (bingedrink_w3) How many times, if at all, over the past two weeks have you binge drank? (Includes non-drinkers) (BINGEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Never131351.9
2) Once or twice76330.1
3) Three or four times2459.7
4) Five or more times1987.8
777) Don't know30.1
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip70.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
412) (frrel_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that are religious (FRREL)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 055321.8
1) 147318.7
2) 245217.9
3) 342016.6
4) 428011.1
5) 532612.9
777) Don't know120.5
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
413) (frnotrel_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that are not religious at all (FRNOTR)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 0102641.0
1) 149219.7
2) 239415.7
3) 327811.1
4) 41496.0
5) 51305.2
777) Don't know180.7
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing868 
TOTAL2502100.0
414) (frrelblf_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that similar to R in their beliefs about religion (FRRELBL)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 027310.8
1) 145317.9
2) 254821.6
3) 350119.8
4) 434913.8
5) 536714.5
777) Don't know261.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
415) (frsamegrp_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that are also involved in any religious group R is (FRSAMEGR)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 0174769.0
1) 131412.4
2) 21867.3
3) 31154.5
4) 4763.0
5) 5722.8
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
416) (frtlkrel_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that R talks with about matters of religious belief (FRTLKR)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 070828.0
1) 144817.7
2) 244917.7
3) 334313.5
4) 42228.8
5) 534413.6
777) Don't know30.1
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
417) (frrace_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that are of a different race than R (FRRACE)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 0154160.9
1) 148919.3
2) 22399.4
3) 31124.4
4) 4612.4
5) 5722.8
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
418) (frdrgs_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that do drugs or drink a lot of alcohol (FRDRGS)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 086634.2
1) 148119.0
2) 241416.4
3) 329711.7
4) 41756.9
5) 527510.9
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused30.1
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
419) (frvol_w3) Number of friends in N:1 that regularly do volunteer work or community service (FRVOL)
TOTAL%
-1) R reports no friends60.2
0) 0125649.6
1) 161624.3
2) 233513.2
3) 31586.2
4) 4652.6
5) 5672.6
777) Don't know190.8
888) Refused10.0
999) Legitimate skip90.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
420) (bmi_w3) Body Mass Index (NIH calculation) (BMI)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL253232.84285
421) (bmicat_w3) NIH BMI Categories (BMICAT)
TOTAL%
0) Underweight1064.2
1) Normal weight143256.6
2) Overweight62224.6
3) Obese34913.8
777) Don't know40.2
888) Refused90.4
999) Legitimate skip100.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
422) (employstat_w3) Employment Status (EMPLOYST)
TOTAL%
0) Out of labor force853.4
1) No school or work but looking1275.0
2) Employed70027.6
3) Employed and school95137.6
4) In school only59823.6
5) Active armed forces672.6
999) Legitimate skip40.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
423) (cohleng_da_w3) Number of days R reports having lived together with first cohabiting partner before deciding to move in together (COHLENG)
TOTAL%
0) 070.3
1) 120.1
4) 410.0
7) 750.2
14) 14100.4
21) 2130.1
31) 31271.1
46) 4620.1
61) 61341.3
75) 7510.0
76) 7620.1
92) 92351.4
107) 10710.0
122) 122311.2
136) 13610.0
153) 153160.6
167) 16710.0
183) 183371.5
198) 19810.0
214) 214100.4
244) 244110.4
275) 275110.4
305) 30520.1
336) 33660.2
365) 365813.2
396) 39610.0
426) 42610.0
457) 45710.0
487) 48720.1
518) 51810.0
548) 548331.3
579) 57910.0
609) 60910.0
670) 67010.0
730) 730451.8
791) 79110.0
822) 82210.0
913) 913120.5
1095) 1095311.2
1278) 127840.2
1460) 1460160.6
1643) 164320.1
1825) 1825120.5
2008) 200810.0
2190) 219040.2
2555) 255520.1
2920) 292010.0
9999) Legitimate skip202079.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
424) (w1mothstat_w3) W1 mother status (W1MOTHST)
TOTAL%
1) Has W1 mother and in contact238794.3
2) Has W1 mother but not currently in contact291.1
3) W1 mother now deceased261.0
4) No W1 mother873.4
888) Refused30.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
425) (w1fathstat_w3) W1 father status (W1FATHST)
TOTAL%
1) Has W1 father and in contact187173.9
2) Has W1 father but not currently in contact793.1
3) W1 father now deceased381.5
4) No W1 father54221.4
888) Refused20.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
426) (hhrostsize_w3) Number of household roster members reported on (HHROST)
TOTAL%
9) 252799.8
10) 50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
427) (longstrel_w3) Combined length of longest romantic relationship in days (including current) (LONGSTR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL25321919.6143121
428) (samesex_w3) Cohabiting with same-sex partner (SAMESEX)
TOTAL%
0) 25410.0
1) 130.5
999) 226589.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
429) (cu_cohab_23) Any report of cohabitation (CU_COHAB)
TOTAL%
0) No214874.6
1) Yes73325.4
Missing489 
TOTAL2881100.0
430) (cu_married_23) Any report of marriage (including past marriages) (CU_MARR)
TOTAL%
0) No270093.7
1) Yes1816.3
Missing489 
TOTAL2881100.0
431) (cu_attendcoll_13) Ever attended college (CU_ATTCO)
TOTAL%
0) No160947.7
1) Yes176152.3
TOTAL3370100.0
432) (cu_hsdiploma_23) Ever obtained HS degree or GED (CU_HSDIP)
TOTAL%
0) No105331.2
1) Yes231768.8
TOTAL3370100.0
433) (cu_m1decease_23) W1 mother deceased (CU_M1DEC)
TOTAL%
0) No285299.0
1) Yes291.0
Missing489 
TOTAL2881100.0
434) (cu_f1decease_23) W1 father deceased (CU_F1DEC)
TOTAL%
0) No283898.5
1) Yes431.5
Missing489 
TOTAL2881100.0
435) (cu_date_13) Ever reported dating activity (CU_DATE)
TOTAL%
0) No2096.2
1) Yes316193.8
TOTAL3370100.0
436) (cu_touch_13) Ever reported "touch" (CU_TOUCH)
TOTAL%
0) No71021.1
1) Yes266078.9
TOTAL3370100.0
437) (cu_oralsex_13) Ever reported oral sex (CU_ORAL)
TOTAL%
0) No117734.9
1) Yes216064.1
555) Switches answer to never331.0
TOTAL3370100.0
438) (cu_sexinter_13) Ever reported sexual intercourse (CU_SEXIN)
TOTAL%
0) No107131.8
1) Yes228467.8
555) Switches answer to never150.4
TOTAL3370100.0
439) (cu_drink_13) Ever reported drinking alcohol (CU_DRINK)
TOTAL%
0) No81224.1
1) Yes255875.9
TOTAL3370100.0
440) (cu_marijuana_13) Ever reported marijuana use (CU_MARIJ)
TOTAL%
0) No190356.5
1) Yes146743.5
TOTAL3370100.0
441) (cu_military_23) Ever reported being in the active armed forces (CU_MILIT)
TOTAL%
0) No279396.9
1) Yes883.1
Missing489 
TOTAL2881100.0
442) (cu_employ_13) Ever reported working for pay (CU_EMPL)
TOTAL%
0) No82824.6
1) Yes254275.4
TOTAL3370100.0
443) (cu_relretreat_13) Ever reported going on religious retreat or conference (CU_RELRE)
TOTAL%
0) No149344.3
1) Yes187755.7
TOTAL3370100.0
444) (cu_relmission_13) Ever reported going on religious mission (CU_RELMI)
TOTAL%
0) No205060.8
1) Yes132039.2
TOTAL3370100.0
445) (cu_pregnant_13) Ever reported being pregnant (CU_PREG)
TOTAL%
0) No303690.1
1) Yes3299.8
555) Switches answer to never50.1
TOTAL3370100.0
446) (cu_impregnate_13) Ever reported getting someone pregnant (CU_IMPR)
TOTAL%
0) No315393.6
1) Yes2106.2
555) Switches answer to never70.2
TOTAL3370100.0
447) (cu_oralage_13) Age at first oral sex (CU_ORAGE)
TOTAL%
0) Never had oral sex117734.9
6) 610.0
7) 710.0
9) 910.0
10) 1010.0
11) 11130.4
12) 12361.1
13) 131313.9
14) 142407.1
15) 1545313.4
16) 1646113.7
17) 1738811.5
18) 182718.0
19) 19902.7
20) 20401.2
21) 21180.5
22) 2210.0
23) 2320.1
555) Switches answer to never331.0
777) Don't know60.2
888) Refused60.2
TOTAL3370100.0
448) (cu_sexage_13) Age at first sex intercourse (CU_SXAGE)
TOTAL%
0) Never had sex107131.8
5) 510.0
6) 610.0
7) 740.1
8) 810.0
9) 930.1
10) 1030.1
11) 11150.4
12) 12411.2
13) 131444.3
14) 142397.1
15) 1543713.0
16) 1650715.0
17) 1742212.5
18) 182908.6
19) 19952.8
20) 20481.4
21) 21170.5
22) 2240.1
23) 2310.0
555) Switches answer to never150.4
666) 66610.0
777) Don't know20.1
888) Refused80.2
TOTAL3370100.0
449) (bnteen17_w3) R 17 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN17)
TOTAL%
0) 252199.6
1) 110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
450) (bnteen18_w3) R 18 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN18)
TOTAL%
0) 205181.0
1) 48119.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
451) (bnteen19_w3) R 19 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN19)
TOTAL%
0) 203180.2
1) 50119.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
452) (bnteen20_w3) R 20 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN20)
TOTAL%
0) 199078.6
1) 54221.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
453) (bnteen21_w3) R 21 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN21)
TOTAL%
0) 201579.6
1) 51720.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
454) (bnteen22_w3) R 22 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN22)
TOTAL%
0) 211683.6
1) 41616.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
455) (bnteen23_w3) R 23 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN23)
TOTAL%
0) 246997.5
1) 632.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
456) (bnteen24_w3) R 24 years old at time of W3 interview (BNTEEN24)
TOTAL%
0) 2531100.0
1) 10.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
457) (bnregmw_w3) Dummy for Midwest census region (BNREGMW)
TOTAL%
0) 176872.6
1) 66827.4
Missing934 
TOTAL2436100.0
458) (bnregne_w3) Dummy for Northeast census region (BNREGNE)
TOTAL%
0) 217089.1
1) 26610.9
Missing934 
TOTAL2436100.0
459) (bnregna_w3) Dummy for census region – not applicable (BNREGNA)
TOTAL%
0) 2435100.0
1) 10.0
Missing934 
TOTAL2436100.0
460) (bnregso_w3) Dummy for South census region (BNREGSO)
TOTAL%
0) 141658.1
1) 102041.9
Missing934 
TOTAL2436100.0
461) (bnregswt_w3) Dummy for West census region (BNREGSWT)
TOTAL%
0) 195580.3
1) 48119.7
Missing934 
TOTAL2436100.0
462) (bnregmi_w3) Dummy for census region – missing (BNREGMI)
TOTAL%
0) 243696.2
1) 963.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
463) (bncenenc_w3) Dummy for census division – East North Central (BNCENENC)
TOTAL%
0) 211583.5
1) 41716.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
464) (bncenesc_w3) Dummy for census division – East South Central (BNCENESC)
TOTAL%
0) 235092.8
1) 1827.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
465) (bncenma_w3) Dummy for census division – Middle Atlantic (BNCENMA)
TOTAL%
0) 224988.8
1) 28311.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
466) (bncenmnt_w3) Dummy for census division – Mountain (BNCENMNT)
TOTAL%
0) 237093.6
1) 1626.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
467) (bncenne_w3) Dummy for census division – New England (BNCENNE)
TOTAL%
0) 240494.9
1) 1285.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
468) (bncenpac_w3) Dummy for census division – Pacific (BNCENPAC)
TOTAL%
0) 220687.1
1) 32612.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
469) (bncensa_w3) Dummy for census division – South Atlantic (BNCENSA)
TOTAL%
0) 197978.2
1) 55321.8
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
470) (bncenuk_w3) Dummy for census division – Unknown (BNCENUK)
TOTAL%
0) 252799.8
1) 50.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
471) (bncenwnc_w3) Dummy for census division – West North Central (BNCENWNC)
TOTAL%
0) 233992.4
1) 1937.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
472) (bncenwsc_w3) Dummy for census division – South Central (BNCENWSC)
TOTAL%
0) 224988.8
1) 28311.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
473) (bntraev_w3) Dummy for Evangelical Protestant (BNTRAEV)
TOTAL%
0) 181871.8
1) 71428.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
474) (bntramnl_w3) Dummy for Mainline Protestant (BNTRAMNL)
TOTAL%
0) 227389.8
1) 25910.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
475) (bntrablep_w3) Dummy for Black Evangelical Protestant (BNTRABLE)
TOTAL%
0) 236593.4
1) 1676.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
476) (bntrablmp_w3) Dummy for Black Mainline Protestant (BNTRABLM)
TOTAL%
0) 251099.1
1) 220.9
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
477) (bntracat_w3) Dummy for Catholic (BNTRACAT)
TOTAL%
0) 208982.5
1) 44317.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
478) (bntrajew_w3) Dummy for Jewish (BNTRAJEW)
TOTAL%
0) 244896.7
1) 843.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
479) (bntralds_w3) Dummy for Mormon/LDS (BNTRALDS)
TOTAL%
0) 247797.8
1) 552.2
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
480) (bntranr_w3) Dummy for Not Religious (BNTRANR)
TOTAL%
0) 191075.4
1) 62224.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
481) (bntraoth_w3) Dummy for Other Religion (BNTRAOTH)
TOTAL%
0) 246597.4
1) 672.6
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
482) (bntraindxtnatt_w3) Dummy for Indeterminate Christian Attender (BNTRAICA)
TOTAL%
0) 247397.7
1) 592.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
483) (bntraindatt_w3) Dummy for Indeterminate Attender (BNTRAIA)
TOTAL%
0) 252199.6
1) 110.4
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
484) (bntraindnoatt_w3) Dummy for Indeterminate Christian Non-attender (BNTRAICN)
TOTAL%
0) 250398.9
1) 291.1
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
485) I-AGE: (agecats_w3) Age variable collapsed into one year categories (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
18) 17 or 18 years old49219.4
19) 19 years old50119.8
20) 20 years old54221.4
21) 21 years old51720.4
22) 22 years old41616.4
23) 23 or 24 years old642.5
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
486) I-SEX: (gender_w3)Respondent gender (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
0) Male123248.7
1) Female130051.3
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
487) I-RELIGION: (tradrel_w3) Identical to relatt_w3 but uses identification info on non-attenders to classify if possible (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant71428.2
2) Mainline Protestant25910.2
3) Black Protestant1897.5
5) Catholic44317.5
8) Not religious62224.6
9) Other religion30512.0
Missing838 
TOTAL2532100.0
488) I-ATTEND: (attend_w3) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
0) Never92536.6
1) Few times a year49719.6
2) Many times a year1676.6
3) Once a month1907.5
4) 2-3 times a month26110.3
5) Once a week or more49019.4
Missing840 
TOTAL2530100.0