Presbyterian Panel Survey, August 2004 -- Energy Issues, All

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Panel identification number (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL166526261.8889904
2) How familiar are you with the Energy Star Congregation program of the Environmental Protection Agency? (ESC_EPA)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar352.1
2) Somewhat familiar1217.3
3) Only a little familiar1207.3
4) Not familiar137683.3
Missing13 
TOTAL1652100.0
3) How familiar are you with the Electric Steward Congregation program of the PC(USA)? (ELEC_STE)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar30.2
2) Somewhat familiar442.7
3) Only a little familiar1036.3
4) Not familiar149890.9
Missing17 
TOTAL1648100.0
4) How familiar are you with the Bush Administration's national energy proposal (2001)? (NATL_ENE)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar603.7
2) Somewhat familiar34420.9
3) Only a little familiar49330.0
4) Not familiar74645.4
Missing22 
TOTAL1643100.0
5) The United States, with 5% of the world's population, annually consumes more than 40% of all petroleum consumed worldwide. (US_PET)
TOTAL%
1) True139284.7
2) False392.4
3) Not sure21313.0
Missing21 
TOTAL1644100.0
6) Of renewable energy sources used by electric utilities (such as hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, and wind), wind currently generates the most power. (WIND_MOS)
TOTAL%
1) True23014.0
2) False97459.2
3) Not sure44226.9
Missing19 
TOTAL1646100.0
7) Less than a quarter of all petroleum consumed in the United States is imported. (PET_PORT)
TOTAL%
1) True1307.9
2) False128377.8
3) Not sure23614.3
Missing16 
TOTAL1649100.0
8) Only a little over one-third of the energy used in a conventional oil or coal-fired power plant is converted into electricity. (OIL_ELEC)
TOTAL%
1) True55733.9
2) False21012.8
3) Not sure87553.3
Missing23 
TOTAL1642100.0
9) The United States government's long-term plan for dealing with nuclear waste is to ship the waste into outer space (NUC_WAST)
TOTAL%
1) True16910.2
2) False85051.5
3) Not sure63238.3
Missing14 
TOTAL1651100.0
10) On average, food in the United States travels more than 1,200 miles to get from the farmer to the consumer. (FOOD_MIL)
TOTAL%
1) True84951.6
2) False24114.6
3) Not sure55633.8
Missing19 
TOTAL1646100.0
11) The burning of fossil fuels is the primary cause of recent global climate change. (FOSSFUEL)
TOTAL%
1) True83751.1
2) False36122.0
3) Not sure44026.9
Missing27 
TOTAL1638100.0
12) Compared to 20 years ago, the overall energy efficiency of U.S. motor vehicles has improved. (ENE_EFFI)
TOTAL%
1) True106664.9
2) False39123.8
3) Not sure18511.3
Missing23 
TOTAL1642100.0
13) To what extent would you say each of the following factors contributes to energy-related problems in the U.S. today? Too many people/population growth (TOO_PEOP)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent32920.0
2) Some extent75946.1
3) A little extent40024.3
4) No extent1217.3
5) No opinion392.4
Missing17 
TOTAL1648100.0
14) To what extent would you say each of the following factors contributes to energy-related problems in the U.S. today? Consumption/lifestyles (CONSUMPT)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent129378.4
2) Some extent27816.9
3) A little extent402.4
4) No extent130.8
5) No opinion251.5
Missing16 
TOTAL1649100.0
15) To what extent would you say each of the following factors contributes to energy-related problems in the U.S. today? Over-reliance on a technology fix (TECHNOLO)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent52131.7
2) Some extent64639.3
3) A little extent25315.4
4) No extent996.0
5) No opinion1267.7
Missing20 
TOTAL1645100.0
16) To what extent would you say each of the following factors contributes to energy related problems in the U.S. today? Economics/politics (ECONOMIV)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent80848.9
2) Some extent62137.6
3) A little extent1468.8
4) No extent311.9
5) No opinion452.7
Missing14 
TOTAL1651100.0
17) To what extent would you say each of the following factors contributes to energy related problems in the U.S. today? How we regard nature (NATURE)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent66940.4
2) Some extent65339.5
3) A little extent22513.6
4) No extent523.1
5) No opinion553.3
Missing11 
TOTAL1654100.0
18) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to acid rain (ACIDRAIN)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent79548.3
2) Some extent52932.1
3) A little extent16710.1
4) No extent321.9
5) No opinion1237.5
Missing19 
TOTAL1646100.0
19) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to mercury pollution (MERCURY)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent47729.1
2) Some extent56834.7
3) A little extent26416.1
4) No extent704.3
5) No opinion25915.8
Missing27 
TOTAL1638100.0
20) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to global climate change? (GLOBAL)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent57334.8
2) Some extent58335.4
3) A little extent28517.3
4) No extent1036.3
5) No opinion1016.1
Missing20 
TOTAL1645100.0
21) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to water pollution (WATERPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent65339.9
2) Some extent64539.4
3) Little extent23014.0
4) No extent352.1
5) No opinion754.6
Missing27 
TOTAL1638100.0
22) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to rise in ocean levels (RISEOCEA)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent31119.2
2) Some extent47929.5
3) Little extent33820.8
4) No extent20412.6
5) No opinion29218.0
Missing41 
TOTAL1624100.0
23) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to habitat destruction (HABITAT)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent60536.9
2) Some extent57635.2
3) Little extent29618.1
4) No extent654.0
5) No opinion965.9
Missing27 
TOTAL1638100.0
24) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption in the U.S. contributes to rising gasoline, fuel oil, and natural gas prices (RISE_GAS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent72544.2
2) Some extent56834.6
3) Little extent19912.1
4) No extent724.4
5) No opinion774.7
Missing24 
TOTAL1641100.0
25) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption the U.S. contributes to unequal distribution of wealth across the world (UNEQUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent66240.3
2) Some extent43226.3
3) Little extent21913.3
4) No extent19111.6
5) No opinion1388.4
Missing23 
TOTAL1642100.0
26) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption the U.S. contributes to loss of plant and animal species (LOSS_PLA)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent43226.3
2) Some extent60236.6
3) Little extent36822.4
4) No extent1297.8
5) No opinion1146.9
Missing20 
TOTAL1645100.0
27) To what extent would you say energy production and consumption the U.S. contributes to level of U.S. military spending (MILITARY)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent39424.0
2) Some extent50130.5
3) Little extent33220.2
4) No extent23914.5
5) No opinion17710.8
Missing22 
TOTAL1643100.0
28) In God's eyes, human beings are superior to other species. (GOD_EYES)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49630.2
2) Agree47428.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree23114.1
4) Disagree26416.1
5) Strongly disagree1368.3
6) Not sure402.4
Missing24 
TOTAL1641100.0
29) It's unjust that Americans consume a much higher percentage of world energy than our share of world population (HIGH_ENE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree42125.7
2) Agree53632.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree26116.0
4) Disagree26816.4
5) Strongly disagree996.1
6) Not sure513.1
Missing29 
TOTAL1636100.0
30) Energy conservation reflects values of the Christian/Reformed faith, such as simplicity and frugality (ENE_CONS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree48929.9
2) Agree72344.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree23214.2
4) Disagree1106.7
5) Strongly disagree281.7
6) Not sure553.4
Missing28 
TOTAL1637100.0
31) I consider the way I use energy as part of the way I practice stewardship (STEWARD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree43326.4
2) Agree77547.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree25215.4
4) Disagree1177.1
5) Strongly disagree221.3
6) No sure422.6
Missing24 
TOTAL1641100.0
32) Poorer communities receive a disproportionate share of the burdens of energy production/consumption, such as pollution (BURDEN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33720.6
2) Agree59336.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree30118.4
4) Disagree23814.5
5) Strongly disagree442.7
6) Not sure1237.5
Missing29 
TOTAL1636100.0
33) The U.S. government's leadership and policies concerning energy are effective (GOVT_EFF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree130.8
2) Agree20912.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree28717.6
4) Disagree60537.1
5) Strongly disagree41925.7
6) Not sure996.1
Missing33 
TOTAL1632100.0
34) In general, more public lands in the U.S. should be opened to oil, gas, and other energy-related exploration (MORE_PUB)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1629.8
2) Agree34521.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree17110.4
4) Disagree35721.7
5) Strongly agree49129.8
6) Not sure1207.3
Missing19 
TOTAL1646100.0
35) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Funding the research and development needed to achieve a major technological breakthrough, such as cold fusion or hydrogen fuel cells (RESEARCH)
TOTAL%
1) Very great44927.6
2) Great53733.0
3) Fair amount38823.8
4) A little1096.7
5) None161.0
6) No opinion1287.9
Missing38 
TOTAL1627100.0
36) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Pursuing incremental technological improvements, such as increasing the efficiency of generators and reducing energy loss during electricity transmission (TECH_IMP)
TOTAL%
1) Very great32520.0
2) Great63639.1
3) Fair amount43827.0
4) A little1106.8
5) None211.3
6) No opinion955.8
Missing40 
TOTAL1625100.0
37) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Promoting greater energy conservation (ENER_CON)
TOTAL%
1) Very great64139.3
2) Great58836.0
3) Fair amount29318.0
4) A little583.6
5) None231.4
6) No opinion291.8
Missing33 
TOTAL1632100.0
38) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Using market-based solutions (trading emissions) to mitigate pollution caused by companies (MARKET)
TOTAL%
1) Very great1599.8
2) Great36722.7
3) Fair amount38924.0
4) A little24014.8
5) None17610.9
6) No opinion28717.7
Missing47 
TOTAL1618100.0
39) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Imposing higher energy taxes (HIGH_TAX)
TOTAL%
1) Very great1217.5
2) Great27717.1
3) Fair amount40424.9
4) A little30919.0
5) None41025.3
6) No opinion1026.3
Missing42 
TOTAL1623100.0
40) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Slowing population growth (SLOW_GRO)
TOTAL%
1) Very great1227.6
2) Great18811.7
3) Fair amount32019.9
4) A little31919.8
5) None54333.7
6) No opinion1187.3
Missing55 
TOTAL1610100.0
41) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Subsidizing use/development of public transportation (PUB_TRAN)
TOTAL%
1) Very great38523.9
2) Great49830.9
3) Fair amount41425.7
4) A little18611.5
5) None764.7
6) No opinion553.4
Missing51 
TOTAL1614100.0
42) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Encouraging community design that makes people less dependent on the automobile (LES_AUTO)
TOTAL%
1) Very great46628.6
2) Great51031.3
3) Fair amount37422.9
4) A little1479.0
5) None825.0
6) No opinion523.2
Missing34 
TOTAL1631100.0
43) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Requiring motor vehicle manufacturers to increase the fuel economy of their vehicles (INC_FUEL)
TOTAL%
1) Very great73945.2
2) Great48829.8
3) Fair amount24414.9
4) A little945.7
5) None432.6
6) No opinion281.7
Missing29 
TOTAL1636100.0
44) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Requiring periodic motor vehicle inspections to keep their emissions from exceeding legal limits (INSPECT)
TOTAL%
1) Very great45427.8
2) Great53732.8
3) Fair amount34821.3
4) A little1619.8
5) None915.6
6) No opinion442.7
Missing30 
TOTAL1635100.0
45) How much emphasis would you like to see the government put on this possible solution to energy-related needs and problems in the United States? Subsidizing the development and use of renewable energies (e.g., wind, solar, geothermal, biomass) (RENEW)
TOTAL%
1) Very great78447.9
2) Great43326.5
3) Fair amount22213.6
4) A little1006.1
5) None442.7
6) No opinion533.2
Missing29 
TOTAL1636100.0
46) The better way to meet U.S. energy needs in the near future is through: (FUTURE)
TOTAL%
1) Encouraging more energy production31919.5
2) Encouraging more energy conservation117271.5
3) Not sure1499.1
Missing25 
TOTAL1640100.0
47) How important a role should nuclear energy play in meeting future electricity needs in the United States? (HOWIMPO)
TOTAL%
1) Very important39824.3
2) Somewhat important64939.5
3) Not too important27216.6
4) Not at all important16810.2
5) No opinion1549.4
Missing24 
TOTAL1641100.0
48) The Kyoto Protocol was developed in the 1990's to get countries to lower emissions that contribute to global climate change. So far, the United States has not ratified this treaty. Would you like to see the U.S. ratify the Kyoto Protocol? (KYOTO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes94357.5
2) No27316.6
3) No opinion42425.9
Missing25 
TOTAL1640100.0
49) Is your congregation an Energy Star congregation? (CON_ENER)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked164999.0
1) Checked161.0
TOTAL1665100.0
50) Is your congregation an Electic Steward congregation? (CON_ELEC)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked165399.3
1) Checked120.7
TOTAL1665100.0
51) Is your congregation an Energy Star or an Electric Steward congregation? No, neither. (CON_NO)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked89253.6
1) Checked77346.4
TOTAL1665100.0
52) Is your congregation an Energy Star or an Electric Steward congregation? Don't know (CON_DONT)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked87752.7
1) Checked78847.3
TOTAL1665100.0
53) Assuming the availability of low-cost resources, how interested do you think your congregation would be in holding a four-week program of education on how people in the congregation can be more effective in energy conservation? (EDU)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested1247.8
2) Generally interested25616.2
3) Somewhat interested39324.8
4) A little interested38324.2
5) Not interested25316.0
6) Don't know17511.0
Missing81 
TOTAL1584100.0
54) Would you be willing to pay more at home for electricity generated by renewable sources such as wind, solar, or geothermal? (PAY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes87754.0
2) No41025.2
3) Not sure33720.8
Missing41 
TOTAL1624100.0
55) [IF "YES" TO PAY] How much more, expressed as a percentage increase over what you pay now? ______ % more (PAY2)
TOTAL%
0) None10.2
1) 1142.4
2) 2152.6
3) 361.0
4) 430.5
5) 58314.3
6) 630.5
7) 720.3
8) 850.9
10) 1022037.9
15) 15539.1
17) 1710.2
20) 208815.2
25) 25498.4
30) 30101.7
33) 3320.3
34) 3410.2
38) 3810.2
50) 50152.6
100) 10081.4
Missing1085 
TOTAL580100.0
56) Check here if you don't know how much more you would be willing to pay for electricity generated by renewable sources such as wind, solar, or geothermal. (PAY3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked137382.5
1) Checked29217.5
TOTAL1665100.0
57) In general, would you be willing to pay higher taxes to further energy conservation efforts? (TAX)
TOTAL%
1) Yes74846.2
2) No60937.6
3) Not sure26216.2
Missing46 
TOTAL1619100.0
58) [IF "YES" TO TAX] How much more, expressed as a percentage increase over what you now pay in taxes? (TAX2)
TOTAL%
1) 15813.6
2) 2388.9
3) 3255.9
4) 420.5
5) 512729.8
6) 620.5
7) 710.2
8) 820.5
10) 1013030.5
15) 15102.3
18) 1810.2
20) 20133.1
25) 25122.8
30) 3020.5
100) 10030.7
Missing1239 
TOTAL426100.0
59) Check here if you don't know how much more you would be willing to pay in higher taxes to further energy conservation efforts. (TAX3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked135281.2
1) Checked31318.8
TOTAL1665100.0
60) More specifically, would you be willing to pay higher taxes to help cut U.S. consumption of petroleum from other countries? (TAX4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77547.7
2) No54533.5
3) Not sure30618.8
Missing39 
TOTAL1626100.0
61) [IF "YES" TO TAX3] How much more, expressed as a percentage increase over what you now pay in taxes? (TAX5)
TOTAL%
1) 15112.4
2) 24210.2
3) 3184.4
4) 441.0
5) 511728.5
6) 610.2
7) 720.5
8) 810.2
10) 1012229.7
15) 15163.9
18) 1810.2
20) 20184.4
25) 25102.4
30) 3030.7
40) 4010.2
50) 5010.2
100) 10030.7
Missing1254 
TOTAL411100.0
62) Check here if you don't know how much you would be willing to pay in higher taxes to help cut U.S. consumption of petroleum from other countries. (TAX6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked132979.8
1) Checked33620.2
TOTAL1665100.0
63) Which sentence describes you better? I buy mostly whole food ingredients. I buy mostly ready-made or prepared foods. (FOOD)
TOTAL%
1) I buy mostly whole food ingredients117771.9
2) I buy mostly ready-made or prepared foods37823.1
3) Not sure774.7
5) Selected both50.3
Missing28 
TOTAL1637100.0
64) Which sentence describes you better? I try to avoid packaged foods. I buy frozen, canned, and other individually wrapped items. (FOOD2)
TOTAL%
1) I try to avoid packaged foods.57235.1
2) I buy frozen, canned, and other individually wrapped items.94958.3
3) Not sure1016.2
5) Selected both60.4
Missing37 
TOTAL1628100.0
65) Which sentence describes you better? I buy produce only when it's in season locally. I buy produce at any time of the year. (PRODUCE)
TOTAL%
1) I buy produce only when it's in season locally.26015.9
2) I buy produce at any time of the year133781.5
3) Not sure352.1
5) Selected both80.5
Missing25 
TOTAL1640100.0
66) Which sentence describes you better? I try as much as possible to buy food grown locally or regionally. I don't pay much attention to where food is grown. (FOOD3)
TOTAL%
1) I try as much as possible to buy food grown locally or regionally90955.4
2) I don't pay much attention to where food is grown70042.6
3) Not sure311.9
5) Selected both20.1
Missing23 
TOTAL1642100.0
67) Which sentence describes you better? I use a clothes dryer (e.g., gas or electric). I air dry (e.g., outside on a clothesline) (DRY)
TOTAL%
1) I use a clothes dryer (e.g., gas or electric)146289.0
2) I air dry (e.g., outside on a clothesline)1126.8
3) Not sure100.6
5) Selected both593.6
Missing22 
TOTAL1643100.0
68) Which sentence describes you better? My household lights are fluorescent/compact fluorescent. My household lights are incandescent. (LIGHTS)
TOTAL%
1) My household lights are fluorescent/compact fluorescent44127.1
2) My household lights are incandescent95158.4
3) Not sure1157.1
5) Selected both1217.4
Missing37 
TOTAL1628100.0
69) Which sentence describes you better? In winter I sleep in an unheated bed. In winter I use an electric blanket or electric mattress pad on my bed. (SLEEP)
TOTAL%
1) In winter I sleep in an unheated bed140685.6
2) In winter I use an electric blanket or electric mattress pad on my bed22013.4
3) Not sure140.9
5) Selected both30.2
Missing22 
TOTAL1643100.0
70) Which sentence describes you better? I drive alone to work most days. I carpool, walk, bike, or take public transportation to work most days (or work at home). (DRIVE)
TOTAL%
1) I drive alone to work most days95958.5
2) I carpool, walk, bike, or take public transportation to work most days (or work at home)19712.0
3) Not sure90.5
4) Not employed46628.4
5) Selected more than one70.4
Missing27 
TOTAL1638100.0
71) When photocopying a document of several pages: (PHOTOCOP)
TOTAL%
1) I copy only one page per sheet of paper51031.6
2) I copy two pages per sheet of paper (front to back)97660.4
3) Not sure1116.9
5) Selected both181.1
Missing50 
TOTAL1615100.0
72) Do you own or rent your own home? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Rent1146.9
2) Manse/church owned1177.1
3) Own (or own with mortgage)139884.7
4) Other (e.g., live with relatives)211.3
Missing15 
TOTAL1650100.0
73) [IF "RENT" or "MANSE/CHURCH OWNED" TO HOME] Do you pay for electricity separately, or is the cost included? (HOME2)
TOTAL%
1) Pay separately33377.4
2) Cost included9722.6
Missing1235 
TOTAL430100.0
74) Have you made an effort to decrease your household energy use during the past year? (EFF_DEC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes116271.4
2) No38323.5
3) Not sure825.0
Missing38 
TOTAL1627100.0
75) [IF "YES" TO EFF_DEC] Briefly describe what you have done: (EFF_DEC1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1064184.36782
76) [IF "YES" TO EFF_DEC] Briefly describe what you have done: (EFF_DEC2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL596185.23382
77) Have you done anything in the last year to decrease your use of motor vehicles or the fuel they consume? (DECAUTO)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77847.8
2) No77247.4
3) Not sure784.8
Missing37 
TOTAL1628100.0
78) [IF "YES" TO DECAUTO] Briefly describe what you have done: (DECAUTO2)
TOTAL%
1) Drive less13618.1
2) Walk-run more628.2
3) Use bicycle more304.0
4) Use public transportation more162.1
5) Carpool more435.7
6) Combine multiple trips into a single trip16321.6
7) Dive the more fuel-efficient vehicle more often172.3
8) Shorten commuting distance to work253.3
9) Get rid of a vehicle222.9
10) Buy a more fuel-efficient vehicle12917.1
11) Keep car properly tuned, tires properly inflated314.1
12) Fly instead of drive on a long trip30.4
13) Keep older car instead of buying a new one20.3
14) Drive a fuel-efficient vehicle one already owns243.2
15) Quit driving10.1
16) Work from home more often40.5
17) Retired172.3
18) Drive slower101.3
20) Actions not likely to save fuel60.8
24) Don't own or use a car20.3
25) Response not applicable101.3
Missing912 
TOTAL753100.0
79) Recycled items like newspapers, cans, bottles, etc. (RECYCLE)
TOTAL%
1) Did on a regular basis141387.3
2) Did from time to time1378.5
3) Did not do694.3
Missing46 
TOTAL1619100.0
80) Tried to buy products made from, or packaged in, recycled materials (RECYCLE2)
TOTAL%
1) Did on a regular basis48930.9
2) Did from time to time76548.4
3) Did not do32620.6
Missing85 
TOTAL1580100.0
81) Cut down on the use of automobiles by using public transportation, car pooling, bicycling, etc. (CUT_AUTO)
TOTAL%
1) Did on a regular basis20615.0
2) Did from time to time38427.9
3) Did not do78657.1
Missing289 
TOTAL1376100.0
82) Wrote letters to politicians expressing opinions on energy issues (LETTERS)
TOTAL%
1) Did on a regular basis422.6
2) Did from time to time17010.6
3) Did not do138586.7
Missing68 
TOTAL1597100.0
83) Took steps other than recycling to reduce what your household puts into the waste system (RECYCLE3)
TOTAL%
1) Did on a regular basis35422.3
2) Did from time to time52833.2
3) Did not do70844.5
Missing75 
TOTAL1590100.0
84) Voted for or against a candidate for public office because of that candidate's stand on energy issues (VOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Did on regular basis33222.3
2) Did from time to time27218.3
3) Did not do88559.4
Missing176 
TOTAL1489100.0
85) Do you think you, as an individual, can make a difference when it comes to global climate change? (GLOBALCC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely30619.1
2) Yes, probably44527.8
3) Maybe yes, maybe no42326.4
4) No, probably not33020.6
5) No, definitely not996.2
Missing62 
TOTAL1603100.0
86) Do you think you, as an individual, can make a difference when it comes to energy conservation? (ENERGY)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, definitely68241.8
2) Yes, probably60036.8
3) Maybe yes, maybe no24415.0
4) No, probably not875.3
5) No, definitely not181.1
Missing34 
TOTAL1631100.0
87) Sample (SAMPLE)
TOTAL%
1) Members38122.9
2) Elders55733.5
3) All Clergy72743.7
TOTAL1665100.0
88) Survey form (SURVEY)
TOTAL%
1) Paper134881.0
2) Web31719.0
TOTAL1665100.0