Presbyterian Panel Survey, Nov 1999 -- Interpersonal Violence, Clergy

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Old Code (OLDCODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10161214.424728
2) Respondent identification number (NEWCODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101630856.942519
3) When were you ordained as a minister of the Word and Sacrament? 19__ (WHENORDN)
TOTAL%
44) 10.1
45) 30.3
50) 10.1
51) 10.1
52) 90.9
53) 40.4
54) 60.6
55) 90.9
56) 141.4
57) 212.1
58) 131.3
59) 232.3
60) 242.4
61) 191.9
62) 262.6
63) 232.3
64) 191.9
65) 232.3
66) 232.3
67) 242.4
68) 282.8
69) 252.5
70) 141.4
71) 282.8
72) 272.7
73) 242.4
74) 272.7
75) 242.4
76) 181.8
77) 252.5
78) 303.0
79) 252.5
80) 333.3
81) 333.3
82) 303.0
83) 343.3
84) 252.5
85) 272.7
86) 212.1
87) 333.3
88) 262.6
89) 222.2
90) 242.4
91) 222.2
92) 222.2
93) 252.5
94) 272.7
95) 262.6
96) 30.3
97) 10.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1015100.0
4) If you were ordained by a denomination other than the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) or one of its predecessor denominations, name that body. (ORDNDENM)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist2021.3
2) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)11.1
3) Episcopalian11.1
5) Lutheran11.1
6) Methodist77.4
7) Other Presbyterian3840.4
8) Reformed77.4
9) Roman Catholic11.1
10) United Church of Christ77.4
12) Other1010.6
99) More than one selected11.1
Missing922 
TOTAL94100.0
5) Are you presently enrolled in a graduate school, seminary, or theological school? (SCHOOL)
TOTAL%
1) No92591.9
2) Yes828.1
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
6) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED THAT THEY ARE PRESENTLY ENROLLED IN A GRADUATE SCHOOL, SEMINARY, OR THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL ) Which degree are you seeking? (SCHOOLDG)
TOTAL%
1) M.C.E.-M.R.E.11.3
4) D.Min.5572.4
5) Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D.1215.8
6) Other810.5
Missing940 
TOTAL76100.0
7) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE PRESENTLY ENROLLED IN A GRADUATE SCHOOL, SEMINARY, OR THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL) Which school are you presently enrolled in? (WHATSCHL)
TOTAL%
3) Asbury11.2
4) Ashland11.2
5) Austin22.5
6) Bangor11.2
14) Chicago Theological Seminary22.5
18) Columbia911.1
20) Covenant22.5
21) Drew University11.2
22) Dubuque11.2
30) Fuller Theological Seminary56.2
33) Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary22.5
38) Johnson C. Smith11.2
39) Lancaster Theological Seminary22.5
40) Lexington22.5
41) Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary89.9
45) McCormick44.9
46) Memphis11.2
52) New Brunswick11.2
53) New York11.2
63) Pittsburgh44.9
65) Princeton33.7
68) San Francisco911.1
76) United Theological Seminary Dayton11.2
78) Union Seminary (VA)33.7
99) Other1417.3
Missing935 
TOTAL81100.0
8) Before entering seminary for your B.D. or M.Div., were you engaged in any long-term secular job or career? (SECLRJOB)
TOTAL%
1) No71170.3
2) Yes30129.7
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
9) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED THAT THEY WERE ENGAGED IN A LONG-TERM SECULAR JOB OR CAREER BEFORE ENTERING SEMINARY FOR THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV) How long were you in that long-term secular job or career? (JOBLONG)
TOTAL%
0) 10.3
1) 72.3
2) 237.6
3) 299.6
4) 237.6
5) 3611.9
6) 165.3
7) 237.6
8) 165.3
9) 72.3
10) 309.9
11) 124.0
12) 103.3
13) 41.3
14) 62.0
15) 93.0
16) 41.3
18) 41.3
19) 20.7
20) 124.0
21) 10.3
22) 20.7
23) 20.7
24) 31.0
25) 72.3
26) 10.3
27) 10.3
28) 31.0
30) 41.3
32) 10.3
33) 10.3
34) 10.3
40) 10.3
41) 10.3
Missing713 
TOTAL303100.0
10) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV. DEGREE) Please indicate the year in which you received your B.D. or M.Div. degree. 19__ (YRBDMDIV)
TOTAL%
44) 10.1
45) 20.2
49) 10.1
51) 20.2
52) 101.0
53) 40.4
54) 60.6
55) 70.7
56) 141.4
57) 181.8
58) 171.7
59) 191.9
60) 242.4
61) 212.1
62) 272.7
63) 232.3
64) 191.9
65) 262.6
66) 212.1
67) 212.1
68) 242.4
69) 303.0
70) 202.0
71) 313.1
72) 252.5
73) 232.3
74) 202.0
75) 262.6
76) 161.6
77) 313.1
78) 303.0
79) 262.6
80) 353.5
81) 313.1
82) 303.0
83) 323.2
84) 232.3
85) 262.6
86) 303.0
87) 222.2
88) 212.1
89) 303.0
90) 252.5
91) 161.6
92) 232.3
93) 161.6
94) 181.8
95) 161.6
96) 40.4
99) Do not have degree202.0
Missing13 
TOTAL1003100.0
11) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV. DEGREE FROM A PCUSA SCHOOL) Please indicate from which school you received your B.D. or M.Div. degree (PCUSABD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL97952.0724
12) Do you have one or more other graduate degrees from a seminary or other school of theological education (besides your B.D. or M.Div.)? (GRADDEG)
TOTAL%
1) No61661.2
2) Yes39038.8
Missing10 
TOTAL1006100.0
13) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: M.C.E./M.R.E. (GRADMCE)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked100498.8
1) Checked121.2
TOTAL1016100.0
14) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR M.C.E./M.R.E.) Please indicate the year in which you received your M.C.E./M.R.E. degree. 19__ (GRADMCEY)
TOTAL%
54) 19.1
59) 19.1
61) 218.2
63) 19.1
66) 19.1
74) 19.1
75) 19.1
78) 19.1
91) 19.1
94) 19.1
Missing1005 
TOTAL11100.0
15) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR M.C.E./M.R.E. DEGREE) Which school awarded you your M.C.E./M.R.E. degree? (GRADMCES)
TOTAL%
31) Garrett Evangelical110.0
45) McCormick110.0
64) PSCE880.0
Missing1006 
TOTAL10100.0
16) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: M.A. (GRADMA)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked94993.4
1) Checked676.6
TOTAL1016100.0
17) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR M.A.) Please indicate the year in which you received your M.A. degree. 19__ (GRADMAY)
TOTAL%
29) 11.5
49) 11.5
56) 23.0
58) 23.0
59) 11.5
60) 11.5
61) 34.5
62) 23.0
64) 23.0
65) 34.5
66) 11.5
67) 11.5
68) 11.5
69) 23.0
70) 46.1
72) 57.6
73) 11.5
74) 34.5
76) 34.5
77) 11.5
78) 34.5
79) 11.5
80) 23.0
81) 34.5
82) 11.5
85) 23.0
86) 34.5
88) 23.0
89) 34.5
91) 23.0
93) 11.5
94) 23.0
95) 11.5
Missing950 
TOTAL66100.0
18) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR M.A. DEGREE) Which school awarded you your M.A. degree? (GRADMAS)
TOTAL%
4) Ashland11.5
9) Brite11.5
13) University of Chicago Divinity23.1
17) Colgate Rochester11.5
18) Columbia11.5
21) Drew University11.5
23) Duke University11.5
24) Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary11.5
30) Fuller Theological Seminary11.5
45) McCormick23.1
63) Pittsburgh23.1
64) PSCE69.2
65) Princeton11.5
68) San Francisco23.1
74) Trinity Evangelical Div23.1
75) Union-Auburn11.5
81) Vanderbilt11.5
85) Westminister11.5
88) Yale57.7
89) Emory11.5
99) Other3147.7
Missing951 
TOTAL65100.0
19) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: Th.M./S.T.M. (GRADTHM)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked92691.1
1) Checked908.9
TOTAL1016100.0
20) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR Th.M./S.T.M. DEGREE) Please indicate the year in which you received your Th.M./S.T.M. degree. 19__ (GRADTHMY)
TOTAL%
50) 22.2
55) 11.1
58) 11.1
59) 22.2
61) 11.1
62) 33.3
63) 33.3
64) 44.4
65) 22.2
66) 55.6
67) 33.3
68) 55.6
69) 55.6
70) 22.2
71) 77.8
72) 22.2
73) 33.3
74) 11.1
75) 22.2
76) 11.1
78) 22.2
80) 55.6
81) 33.3
82) 33.3
83) 55.6
84) 22.2
85) 22.2
86) 11.1
87) 11.1
88) 55.6
89) 11.1
92) 11.1
93) 11.1
94) 11.1
95) 11.1
96) 11.1
Missing926 
TOTAL90100.0
21) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR Th.M./S.T.M. DEGREE) Which PCUSA school awarded you your Th.M./S.T.M. degree? (GRADTPCU)
TOTAL%
5) Austin11.2
10) Calvin11.2
15) Christian Theological Seminary11.2
16) Claremont11.2
17) Colgate Rochester22.3
18) Columbia55.8
22) Dubuque22.3
41) Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary22.3
45) McCormick22.3
63) Pittsburgh33.5
65) Princeton3743.0
68) San Francisco11.2
69) Southeastern Baptist11.2
71) St Mary's11.2
75) Union-Auburn67.0
78) Union Theological Seminary (VA)910.5
88) Yale55.8
99) Other67.0
Missing930 
TOTAL86100.0
22) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: D.Min. (GRADDMIN)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked78477.2
1) Checked23222.8
TOTAL1016100.0
23) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR D.Min. DEGREE) Please indicate the year in which you received your D.Min. degree. 19__ (GRADDY)
TOTAL%
71) 10.4
72) 20.9
73) 31.3
74) 62.6
75) 83.5
76) 125.3
77) 62.6
78) 114.8
79) 104.4
80) 73.1
81) 146.2
82) 167.0
83) 94.0
84) 104.4
85) 146.2
86) 146.2
87) 52.2
88) 73.1
89) 52.2
90) 83.5
91) 104.4
92) 94.0
93) 104.4
94) 94.0
95) 114.8
96) 94.0
97) 10.4
Missing789 
TOTAL227100.0
24) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR D.Min. DEGREE) Which PCUSA school awarded you your D.Min. degree? (GRADDSPC)
TOTAL%
2) Andover Newton Theological Seminary10.4
5) Austin114.8
8) Bethel Theological Seminary10.4
9) Brite10.4
14) Chicago Theological Seminary20.9
18) Columbia229.6
21) Drew University93.9
22) Dubuque10.4
24) Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary20.9
25) Eden Theological Seminary52.2
27) Erskine Theological Seminary10.4
30) Fuller Theological Seminary104.4
31) Garrett Evangelical10.4
36) Iliff School20.9
39) Lancaster Theological Seminary31.3
40) Lexington10.4
41) Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary73.1
45) McCormick6026.2
53) New York10.4
63) Pittsburgh125.2
65) Princeton104.4
68) San Francisco2912.7
74) Trinity Evangelical Div10.4
77) United Theological Seminary MN10.4
78) Union Theological Seminary (VA)208.7
81) Vanderbilt41.7
99) Other114.8
Missing787 
TOTAL229100.0
25) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D. (GRADPHD)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked95493.9
1) Checked626.1
TOTAL1016100.0
26) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D. DEGREE) Please indicate the year in which you received your Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D. degree. 19__ (GRADPHDY)
TOTAL%
58) 46.7
59) 11.7
60) 11.7
61) 11.7
62) 11.7
63) 11.7
64) 11.7
65) 23.3
66) 11.7
67) 11.7
68) 11.7
69) 23.3
70) 11.7
71) 11.7
72) 23.3
73) 11.7
75) 11.7
76) 11.7
77) 11.7
80) 11.7
81) 46.7
82) 35.0
85) 46.7
86) 35.0
87) 23.3
88) 610.0
89) 23.3
90) 11.7
91) 11.7
92) 58.3
94) 11.7
96) 11.7
97) 11.7
Missing956 
TOTAL60100.0
27) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED THEIR Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D. DEGREE) Which PCUSA school awarded you your Ph.D./S.T.D./Th.D. degree? (GRPHDPC)
TOTAL%
13) University of Chicago Divinity11.7
16) Claremont11.7
18) Columbia46.8
23) Duke University46.8
31) Garrett Evangelical11.7
34) Harvard University11.7
45) McCormick11.7
65) Princeton58.5
69) Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary11.7
75) Union-Auburn35.1
76) United Theological Seminary Dayton11.7
78) Union Theological Seminary (VA)46.8
81) Vanderbilt46.8
88) Yale35.1
89) Emory35.1
99) Other2237.3
Missing957 
TOTAL59100.0
28) {ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE ONE OR MORE DEGREES FROM A SEMINARY OR OTHER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (BESIDES THEIR B.D. OR M.DIV.)} Please indicate whether you received the following degree: Other (GRADOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked97696.1
1) Checked403.9
TOTAL1016100.0
29) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED ANY OTHER DEGREES) Please indicate the year in which you received all other degrees. 19__ (GROTHYR)
TOTAL%
55) 12.6
59) 25.1
60) 12.6
61) 37.7
64) 12.6
70) 12.6
71) 12.6
72) 25.1
73) 12.6
75) 25.1
76) 12.6
77) 12.6
78) 410.3
79) 25.1
80) 25.1
81) 25.1
83) 12.6
84) 12.6
86) 12.6
88) 12.6
90) 25.1
91) 25.1
92) 12.6
93) 12.6
96) 12.6
97) 12.6
Missing977 
TOTAL39100.0
30) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE RECEIVED ANY OTHER DEGREES) Which PCUSA school awarded you any other degrees? (GROTHPC)
TOTAL%
4) Ashland12.6
12) Central Baptist12.6
18) Columbia12.6
45) McCormick12.6
59) Pacific Lutheran12.6
67) Regent12.6
68) San Francisco12.6
75) Union-Auburn12.6
78) Union Theological Seminary (VA)25.3
81) Vanderbilt25.3
83) Wesley12.6
99) Other2565.8
Missing978 
TOTAL38100.0
31) What is the highest level of formal education you have attained besides your theological or Christian education training? (EDUC)
TOTAL%
2) Completed high school20.2
3) Some college40.4
4) College graduate54254.0
5) Some graduate work19319.2
6) Graduate degree26226.1
Missing13 
TOTAL1003100.0
32) Which category below describes your current paid employment? (JOBEMP1)
TOTAL%
1) Pastor in a congregation70369.3
2) Non-parish job or ministry24424.1
3) Unemployed252.5
4) Retired from active ministry424.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
33) Which category below describes your current paid employment? (JOBEMP2)
TOTAL%
2) Non-parish job or ministry5978.7
3) Unemployed68.0
4) Retired from active ministry1013.3
Missing941 
TOTAL75100.0
34) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE ONE OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) Do you consider yourself a full-time or part-time parish pastor? (FTPASTOR)
TOTAL%
1) Full-time58082.9
2) Part-time12017.1
Missing316 
TOTAL700100.0
35) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE ONE OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PART-TIME PARISH PASTOR) Please specify the hours per week that you serve as a part-time parish pastor. (PTPASTOR)
TOTAL%
1) 76.1
2) 65.3
3) 21.8
4) 10.9
8) 32.6
9) 10.9
10) 43.5
11) 10.9
12) 43.5
13) 10.9
14) 10.9
15) 65.3
16) 21.8
17) 10.9
18) 10.9
20) 1311.4
22) 10.9
24) 43.5
25) 87.0
26) 10.9
29) 21.8
30) 1916.7
32) 32.6
33) 21.8
35) 32.6
36) 21.8
37) 10.9
40) 43.5
42) 10.9
44) 10.9
45) 32.6
50) 21.8
55) 21.8
65) 10.9
Missing902 
TOTAL114100.0
36) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE ONE OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) What position(s) do you have in a congregation? (POSCONG1)
TOTAL%
1) Solo pastor35350.7
2) Senior pastor13419.3
3) Assistant/Associate pastor9914.2
4) Co-pastor162.3
5) Stated or temporary supply355.0
6) Designated pastor71.0
7) Interim pastor273.9
8) Tentmaker30.4
9) Paid parish associate81.1
10) Other142.0
Missing320 
TOTAL696100.0
37) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE ONE OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) What position(s) do you have in a congregation? (POSCONG2)
TOTAL%
1) Solo pastor33.7
2) Senior pastor1417.1
3) Assistant/Associate pastor67.3
4) Co-pastor22.4
5) Stated or temporary supply1923.2
6) Designated pastor56.1
7) Interim pastor1417.1
8) Tentmaker1315.9
9) Paid parish associate22.4
10) Other44.9
Missing934 
TOTAL82100.0
38) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE ONE OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) How many congregations do you currently serve as pastor (include congregations you are serving as stated or temporary supply)? (MANYCONG)
TOTAL%
1) One64693.1
2) Two or more486.9
Missing322 
TOTAL694100.0
39) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE TWO OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) How many congregations do you serve as pastor? (MANY2CNG)
TOTAL%
2) Two3983.0
3) Three48.5
4) Four24.3
5) Five12.1
8) Eight12.1
Missing969 
TOTAL47100.0
40) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SERVE TWO OR MORE CONGREGATIONS AS A PASTOR) Are all or some of the congregations yoked as a larger parish? (LARGRPAR)
TOTAL%
1) No3261.5
2) Yes2038.5
Missing964 
TOTAL52100.0
41) What is the approximate membership of the congregation(s) you serve? (Write the combined membership if you serve two or more.) (MEMCLRGY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL688603.919964
42) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) Is your non-parish job or ministry full-time or part-time? (If you have more than one, answer in terms of the combined hours.) (NONPARFT)
TOTAL%
1) Full-time22667.5
2) Part-time10932.5
Missing681 
TOTAL335100.0
43) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) Please specify the hours you spend in your part-time non-parish job or ministry. (NONPARPT)
TOTAL%
1) 21.9
2) 21.9
4) 21.9
5) 21.9
6) 54.7
7) 43.8
8) 65.7
9) 10.9
10) 109.4
11) 10.9
12) 76.6
15) 76.6
16) 21.9
18) 21.9
20) 2119.8
23) 10.9
24) 32.8
25) 43.8
28) 10.9
29) 10.9
30) 65.7
35) 21.9
40) 87.5
42) 10.9
45) 10.9
50) 10.9
55) 10.9
60) 10.9
65) 10.9
Missing910 
TOTAL106100.0
44) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) In what type(s) of non-parish jobs or ministries are you currently employed? (NONJOB1)
TOTAL%
1) Faculty/staff at an educational institution8024.2
2) Chaplain6319.1
3) Missionary/Mission co-worker51.5
4) National staff or middle governing body staff4914.8
5) Staff of an ecumenical or non-denominational agency144.2
6) Professional pastoral counselor319.4
7) Other employment8826.7
Missing686 
TOTAL330100.0
45) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) In what type(s) of non-parish jobs or ministries are you currently employed? (NONJOB2)
TOTAL%
1) Faculty/staff at an educational institution37.9
2) Chaplain718.4
3) Missionary/Mission co-worker12.6
4) National staff or middle governing body staff25.3
5) Staff of an ecumenical or non-denominational agency12.6
6) Professional pastoral counselor1128.9
7) Other employment1334.2
Missing978 
TOTAL38100.0
46) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) For what type of institution do you work? (INSTJOB1)
TOTAL%
1) Military51.5
2) Civilian government175.2
3) Elementary, middle, or high school82.4
4) College or University4714.2
5) Seminary or other theological school278.2
6) Hospital or other medical facility4212.7
7) Church/religious body7021.2
8) Other non-profit organization5115.5
9) For-profit business4714.2
10) Other164.8
Missing686 
TOTAL330100.0
47) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) For what type of institution do you work? (INSTJOB2)
TOTAL%
4) College or university24.4
5) Seminary or other theological school36.7
6) Hospital or other medical facility12.2
7) Church/religious body715.6
8) Other non-profit organization817.8
9) For-profit business817.8
10) Other1635.6
Missing971 
TOTAL45100.0
48) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED IN ONE OR MORE NON-PARISH JOBS OR MINISTRIES) Is this organization affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)? (ORGPRES)
TOTAL%
1) No19860.9
2) Yes12739.1
Missing691 
TOTAL325100.0
49) In general, how often are you bothered by stress in your job situation? (JOBSTRES)
TOTAL%
1) Never394.1
2) Less than once a week25727.1
3) Once or twice a week37940.0
4) Several days a week16517.4
5) Almost every day10711.3
Missing69 
TOTAL947100.0
50) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - An unsupportive session (EXTSESSN)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent172.0
2) Some extent596.8
3) A little19722.8
4) None39145.2
5) Not applicable/not sure20123.2
Missing151 
TOTAL865100.0
51) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - An unsupportive congregation (EXTCONG)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent101.2
2) Some extent667.7
3) A little24027.9
4) None36242.0
5) Not applicable/not sure18321.3
Missing155 
TOTAL861100.0
52) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Conflict with others in organization (EXTCNFLT)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent374.2
2) Some extent15718.0
3) A little39545.4
4) None22225.5
5) Not applicable/not sure606.9
Missing145 
TOTAL871100.0
53) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Doing too many different things (EXTTHNGS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent21824.5
2) Some extent32136.1
3) A little24027.0
4) None9811.0
5) Not applicable/not sure121.3
Missing127 
TOTAL889100.0
54) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Feeling "burned out" (EXTBURND)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent637.2
2) Some extent19722.6
3) A little32237.0
4) None27031.0
5) Not applicable/not sure192.2
Missing145 
TOTAL871100.0
55) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Feeling my work doesn't count (EXTCOUNT)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent141.6
2) Some extent8910.2
3) A little21724.9
4) None52960.6
5) Not applicable/not sure242.7
Missing143 
TOTAL873100.0
56) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Having different views or values from most others in organization (EXTVIEWS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent445.0
2) Some extent13215.0
3) A little33738.4
4) None33638.3
5) Not applicable/not sure293.3
Missing138 
TOTAL878100.0
57) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Having to make decisions (EXTDECSN)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent202.3
2) Some extent13515.5
3) A little34239.3
4) None36041.3
5) Not applicable/not sure141.6
Missing145 
TOTAL871100.0
58) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Having to meet deadlines (EXTDEDLN)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent627.0
2) Some extent23826.8
3) A little37342.1
4) None20322.9
5) Not applicable/not sure111.2
Missing129 
TOTAL887100.0
59) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Little or no input into decisions that affect me in important ways (EXTINPUT)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent293.3
2) Some extent11813.5
3) A little22425.6
4) None47754.5
5) Not applicable/not sure283.2
Missing140 
TOTAL876100.0
60) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Needing more time for myself (EXTTIME)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent17519.8
2) Some extent26029.5
3) A little28232.0
4) None15317.3
5) Not applicable/not sure121.4
Missing134 
TOTAL882100.0
61) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Not being paid well enough (EXTPAID)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent8910.1
2) Some extent18821.3
3) A little25028.3
4) None34038.5
5) Not applicable/not sure151.7
Missing134 
TOTAL882100.0
62) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Not enough time for my family (EXTFAMLY)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent14816.7
2) Some extent26129.5
3) A little25729.1
4) None18320.7
5) Not applicable/not sure354.0
Missing132 
TOTAL884100.0
63) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Experiencing sexual harassment (EXTHARSS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent20.2
2) Some extent91.0
3) A little252.9
4) None76087.8
5) Not applicable/not sure708.1
Missing150 
TOTAL866100.0
64) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Too many meetings (EXTMTNGS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent879.8
2) Some extent24127.2
3) A little32937.1
4) None21324.0
5) Not applicable/not sure161.8
Missing130 
TOTAL886100.0
65) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Unclear or continually changing expectations from others (EXTUNCLR)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent455.1
2) Some extent16418.6
3) A little32937.3
4) None33037.4
5) Not applicable/not sure141.6
Missing134 
TOTAL882100.0
66) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Unrealistic expectations from others (EXTUNREL)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent748.5
2) Some extent19522.3
3) A little32837.6
4) None26029.8
5) Not applicable/not sure161.8
Missing143 
TOTAL873100.0
67) To what extent, if any, is the following a source of stress in your work? - Working too many hours (EXTHOURS)
TOTAL%
1) Great extent17219.3
2) Some extent28532.1
3) A little26930.3
4) None15016.9
5) Not applicable/not sure131.5
Missing127 
TOTAL889100.0
68) During your life, have you ever been a member of a congregation affiliated with a denomination other than Presbyterian? (DENOMOTH)
TOTAL%
1) No61861.2
2) Yes39238.8
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
69) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) How many years have you been a Presbyterian? (YRSPRES)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL45331.36215
70) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Baptist (DENBAPT)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked90589.2
1) Checked11010.8
Missing1 
TOTAL1015100.0
71) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) (DENDISC)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked99597.9
1) Checked212.1
TOTAL1016100.0
72) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Episcopalian (DENEPIS)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked98697.0
1) Checked303.0
TOTAL1016100.0
73) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Friends (Quaker) (DENFRNDS)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked101499.8
1) Checked20.2
TOTAL1016100.0
74) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Lutheran (DENLUTH)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked98797.1
1) Checked292.9
TOTAL1016100.0
75) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Methodist (DENMETH)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked90789.3
1) Checked10910.7
TOTAL1016100.0
76) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Reformed (DENRFRMD)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked98897.2
1) Checked282.8
TOTAL1016100.0
77) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Roman Catholic (DENROMAN)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked99297.6
1) Checked242.4
TOTAL1016100.0
78) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: United Church of Christ (DENUCC)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked96494.9
1) Checked525.1
TOTAL1016100.0
79) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN AFFILIATED WITH A DENOMINATION OTHER THAN PRESBYTERIAN DURING THEIR LIFE) Please indicate whether you've belonged to the following denomination: Other (DENOTH)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked92591.0
1) Checked919.0
TOTAL1016100.0
80) In what religious denomination were you raised? (Please choose just one answer. If you were part of more than one denomination during your youth, answer by selecting the one in which you were most involved.) (RELDENOM)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist828.2
2) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)90.9
3) Episcopal171.7
5) Lutheran191.9
6) Methodist636.3
7) Presbyterian65965.8
8) Reformed202.0
9) Roman Catholic222.2
10) United Church of Christ232.3
11) None191.9
12) Other636.3
99) More than one selected50.5
Missing15 
TOTAL1001100.0
81) When you were a teenager, how often did your father attend religious services? (DADREL)
TOTAL%
1) Never717.1
2) Less than once a year343.4
3) Once or twice a year666.6
4) Several times a year515.1
5) Once a month414.1
6) Two to three times a month595.9
7) Nearly every week19319.2
8) Every week45745.5
9) Don't know323.2
Missing12 
TOTAL1004100.0
82) When you were a teenager, how often did your mother attend religious services? (MOMREL)
TOTAL%
1) Never424.2
2) Less than once a year151.5
3) Once or twice a year292.9
4) Several times a year505.0
5) Once a month404.0
6) Two to three times a month626.3
7) Nearly every week22923.1
8) Every week52252.6
9) Don't know30.3
Missing24 
TOTAL992100.0
83) Which of the following terms best describes your current stand on theological issues? (THELVIEW)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative212.1
2) Conservative20720.7
3) Moderate43143.0
4) Liberal26226.1
5) Very liberal818.1
Missing14 
TOTAL1002100.0
84) Do you think there is a heaven, where people who have led good lives are eternally rewarded? (HEAVEN)
TOTAL%
1) No19119.8
2) Yes64066.3
3) Not sure12813.3
4) Other70.7
Missing50 
TOTAL966100.0
85) Do you think there is a hell, to which people who have led bad lives and die without being sorry are eternally damned? (HELL)
TOTAL%
1) No37738.8
2) Yes36537.6
3) Not sure22623.3
4) Other30.3
Missing45 
TOTAL971100.0
86) Code 2 (CODE2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101630857.828518
87) Which statement best describes your view of the Bible? (Please choose only one) (BBLVIEW)
TOTAL%
1) It is an important piece of literature, but is largely irrelevant to our lives today.10.1
2) It is the record of many people's experience with God and is a useful guide for individual Christians in their search for basic moral and religious teachings.828.2
3) It is the Word of God and its stories and teaching provide a powerful motivation as we work toward God's reign in the world.53553.2
4) It is the inspired, authoritative Word of God that is without error in all that it says about faith and morals.34234.0
5) It is the inspired Word of God, without error not only in matters of faith, but also in historical, scientific, geographic, and other secular matters.424.2
9) More than one selected40.4
Missing10 
TOTAL1006100.0
88) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Reading and studying the Bible regularly (LIFEBIBL)
TOTAL%
1) Essential52251.5
2) Very important38538.0
3) Somewhat important1009.9
4) Not at all important70.7
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
89) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Spending time in prayer and meditation (LIFEPRYR)
TOTAL%
1) Essential61660.7
2) Very important31431.0
3) Somewhat important797.8
4) Not at all important50.5
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
90) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Actively seeking social and economic justice (LIFEJUST)
TOTAL%
1) Essential32331.9
2) Very important50650.0
3) Somewhat important18017.8
4) Not at all important40.4
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
91) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Taking care of those who are sick or needy (LIFESICK)
TOTAL%
1) Essential43142.6
2) Very important53953.3
3) Somewhat important424.2
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
92) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Attending church regularly (LIFECHRC)
TOTAL%
1) Essential41541.1
2) Very important46646.1
3) Somewhat important11511.4
4) Not at all important141.4
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
93) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Seeking to bring others to faith in Christ (LIFEOTHR)
TOTAL%
1) Essential28227.9
2) Very important43042.6
3) Somewhat important26526.2
4) Not at all important333.3
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
94) When you think about the qualities of a good Christian life, how important is the following to you? - Practicing Christian values in work, home, and school (LIFEVALU)
TOTAL%
1) Essential71170.1
2) Very important29328.9
3) Somewhat important101.0
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
95) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: An individual should arrive at his or her own religious beliefs independent of any church. (AGOWN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree212.1
2) Agree868.5
3) Not sure393.9
4) Disagree48948.5
5) Strongly disagree37437.1
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
96) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: All the different religions are equally good ways of helping a person find ultimate truth. (AGDIFF)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree131.3
2) Agree908.9
3) Not sure706.9
4) Disagree43643.1
5) Strongly disagree40339.8
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
97) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: There is a life beyond death. (AGDEATH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree70669.8
2) Agree22922.6
3) Not sure575.6
4) Disagree121.2
5) Strongly disagree80.8
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
98) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: The only absolute Truth for humankind is in Jesus Christ. (AGTRUTH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree37437.0
2) Agree28728.4
3) Not sure898.8
4) Disagree20620.4
5) Strongly disagree555.4
Missing5 
TOTAL1011100.0
99) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: Only followers of Jesus Christ can be saved. (AGSAVED)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree15415.3
2) Agree15215.1
3) Not sure21921.7
4) Disagree29829.6
5) Strongly disagree18418.3
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
100) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: In the realm of values, the final authority about good and bad is the individual. (AGAUTH)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree90.9
2) Agree232.3
3) Not sure242.4
4) Disagree40840.2
5) Strongly disagree55054.2
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
101) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: Individuals should seek out religious truth for themselves and not conform to any church's doctrines. (AGCONFM)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree151.5
2) Agree12912.8
3) Not sure343.4
4) Disagree58157.6
5) Strongly disagree24924.7
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
102) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: It is important to share my faith with other people. (AGSHARE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree42041.5
2) Agree56155.4
3) Not sure151.5
4) Disagree151.5
5) Strongly disagree10.1
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
103) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: All the great religions of the world are equally true and good. (AGEQUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree141.4
2) Agree676.6
3) Not sure10910.8
4) Disagree46846.2
5) Strongly disagree35535.0
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
104) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: Belief in Jesus Christ is only one of many ways to find salvation. (AGSALVTN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree585.7
2) Agree22922.7
3) Not sure14514.4
4) Disagree32632.3
5) Strongly disagree25124.9
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
105) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: The Devil (Satan) really exists. (AGDEVIL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree21321.2
2) Agree29329.2
3) Not sure17417.3
4) Disagree21721.6
5) Strongly disagree10810.7
Missing11 
TOTAL1005100.0
106) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: Jesus was born of a virgin. (AGBORN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25825.7
2) Agree31731.6
3) Not sure22322.2
4) Disagree13413.3
5) Strongly disagree727.2
Missing12 
TOTAL1004100.0
107) Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statement: Jesus will return to the earth some day. (AGRETRN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree38638.4
2) Agree37337.1
3) Not sure16216.1
4) Disagree484.8
5) Strongly disagree363.6
Missing11 
TOTAL1005100.0
108) Do you consider yourself a "born-again" Christian? (BORNAGN)
TOTAL%
1) No37837.7
2) Yes55755.6
3) Not sure676.7
Missing14 
TOTAL1002100.0
109) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - Supporting social action groups and ministries (PRISOCIA)
TOTAL%
1) Essential27428.5
2) Very important45447.2
3) Somewhat important22823.7
4) Not at all important60.6
Missing54 
TOTAL962100.0
110) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - Encouraging members to share their faith (PRISHARE)
TOTAL%
1) Essential32834.1
2) Very important50352.3
3) Somewhat important12212.7
4) Not at all important80.8
Missing55 
TOTAL961100.0
111) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - Providing aid and services to people in need (PRIAID)
TOTAL%
1) Essential41443.0
2) Very important49551.4
3) Somewhat important535.5
4) Not at all important10.1
Missing53 
TOTAL963100.0
112) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - Helping members resist the temptations of the world (PRITEPMT)
TOTAL%
1) Essential20621.4
2) Very important45247.0
3) Somewhat important28329.4
4) Not at all important202.1
Missing55 
TOTAL961100.0
113) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - An active evangelism program, inviting the unchurched to attend (PRIEVANG)
TOTAL%
1) Essential25726.7
2) Very important45547.3
3) Somewhat important23224.1
4) Not at all important181.9
Missing54 
TOTAL962100.0
114) When you think of priorities for your congregation's activities in the community, how important is the following to you? - Preparing people for a world to come, where the cares of this world will be absent (PRIWORLD)
TOTAL%
1) Essential818.4
2) Very important18819.6
3) Somewhat important35436.9
4) Not at all important33635.0
Missing57 
TOTAL959100.0
115) What is your sex? (GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Female21321.0
2) Male80379.0
TOTAL1016100.0
116) What is your present age? (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL100050.78510
117) Which of the following categories below most closely describes the place in which you currently live? (CURLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) In open country, but not on a farm828.1
2) On a farm60.6
3) In a small city or town (under 50,000)30830.6
4) In a medium-size city (50,000-250,000)14614.5
5) In a suburb near a medium-size city818.0
6) In a large city (over 250,000)15515.4
7) In a suburb near a large city22922.7
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
118) What is your present marital status? (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married88487.3
2) Not married12912.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
119) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO RESPONDED THAT THEY ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED) If not currently married, have you ever been married? (EVERMARR)
TOTAL%
1) No, never married6047.6
2) Yes, am now widowed1411.1
3) Yes, am now divorced4838.1
4) Yes, am both widowed and divorced43.2
Missing890 
TOTAL126100.0
120) If you are now married or have ever been married in the past: How old were you when you first married? (If married more than once, answer in terms of your first marriage.) (AGEMARR)
TOTAL%
14) 10.1
16) 40.4
17) 40.4
18) 91.0
19) 242.6
20) 465.0
21) 13814.9
22) 10611.4
23) 12513.5
24) 10110.9
25) 869.3
26) 707.5
27) 495.3
28) 414.4
29) 232.5
30) 212.3
31) 181.9
32) 171.8
33) 131.4
34) 111.2
35) 50.5
36) 30.3
37) 10.1
38) 20.2
39) 20.2
40) 10.1
41) 10.1
42) 10.1
44) 20.2
47) 20.2
50) 10.1
59) 10.1
Missing87 
TOTAL929100.0
121) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO RESPONDED THAT THEY ARE CURRENTLY MARRIED) If currently married: Have you had a previous marriage (or marriages)? (PREVMARG)
TOTAL%
1) No71881.3
2) Yes, was widowed80.9
3) Yes, was divorced15517.6
4) Yes, was both widowed and divorced20.2
Missing133 
TOTAL883100.0
122) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Please indicate the employment status of your spouse. (SPSEMPL1)
TOTAL%
1) Employed full time40045.4
2) Employed part time20022.7
3) Self-employed495.6
4) Unemployed293.3
5) Retired637.1
6) Full-time homemaker12313.9
7) Student111.2
8) Other70.8
Missing134 
TOTAL882100.0
123) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Please indicate the employment status of your spouse. (SPSEMPL2)
TOTAL%
2) Employed part time22.1
3) Self-employed2728.1
4) Unemployed44.2
5) Retired1010.4
6) Full-time homemaker2526.0
7) Student2020.8
8) Other88.3
Missing920 
TOTAL96100.0
124) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) If your husband or wife is employed full time, part time, or self-employed, please indicate the average hours worked per week over the last year. (SPSAVGHR)
TOTAL%
0) None91.4
2) 10.2
3) 20.3
4) 10.2
5) 40.6
6) 20.3
8) 10.2
9) 30.5
10) 132.0
11) 10.2
12) 50.8
14) 20.3
15) 203.0
16) 111.7
17) 10.2
18) 40.6
19) 10.2
20) 477.1
22) 10.2
24) 101.5
25) 365.5
26) 30.5
27) 10.2
28) 30.5
30) 477.1
32) 71.1
33) 10.2
35) 203.0
36) 20.3
37) 50.8
38) 50.8
40) 14822.4
42) 50.8
43) 30.5
44) 20.3
45) 517.7
46) 10.2
47) 40.6
48) 40.6
50) 8613.0
54) 10.2
55) 223.3
57) 10.2
60) 507.6
65) 60.9
70) 40.6
72) 10.2
80) 10.2
99) Don't know10.2
Missing356 
TOTAL660100.0
125) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Please indicate the faith in which your husband or wife was raised. (If more than one, select the one in which she or he was most involved.) (SPSRAISD)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist9711.1
2) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)192.2
3) Episcopalian313.5
4) Friends (Quakers)20.2
5) Lutheran536.1
6) Methodist10211.6
7) Presbyterian36041.1
8) Reformed212.4
9) Roman Catholic637.2
10) United Church of Christ293.3
11) None212.4
12) Other788.9
Missing140 
TOTAL876100.0
126) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Please indicate your husband or wife's current religious affiliation. (SPSCURNT)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist40.5
2) Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)20.2
3) Episcopalian81.0
4) Friends (Quakers)20.2
5) Lutheran60.7
6) Methodist131.6
7) Presbyterian75090.0
8) Reformed30.4
9) Roman Catholic101.2
10) United Church of Christ60.7
11) None121.4
12) Other172.0
Missing183 
TOTAL833100.0
127) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Overall, how often does your husband or wife attend Sunday worship services? (SPSSUN)
TOTAL%
1) Never30.3
2) Less than once a year40.5
3) About once or twice a year151.7
4) Several times a year303.4
5) Once a month242.7
6) Two to three times a month606.8
7) Nearly every week18320.7
8) Every week56463.9
Missing133 
TOTAL883100.0
128) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Is your husband or wife a member of the same congregation which you belong/serve? (SPSMEMBR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes58872.0
2) No22928.0
Missing199 
TOTAL817100.0
129) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED) Is your husband or wife an ordained minister? (SPSORDND)
TOTAL%
1) No77487.5
2) Yes11112.5
Missing131 
TOTAL885100.0
130) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED AND WHOSE HUSBAND/WIFE IS AN ORDAINED MINISTER) Which statements below, if any, apply to his or her current call? (SPSCALL1)
TOTAL%
1) Is a co-pastor with me1817.8
2) Serves in a pastoral position at another Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregation2726.7
3) Is on the staff of a presbytery, synod, or the General Assembly55.0
4) Serves in another PC(USA)-affiliated institution (e.g., college, seminary, retirement home)33.0
5) Serves in a pastoral position at a congregation of another denomination65.9
6) Serves in a church-related non-parish ministry of another denomination65.9
7) Has a secular job or position1817.8
8) Other1817.8
Missing915 
TOTAL101100.0
131) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE MARRIED AND WHOSE HUSBAND/WIFE IS AN ORDAINED MINISTER) Which statements below, if any, apply to his or her current call? (SPSCALL2)
TOTAL%
2) Serves in a pastoral position at another Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregation112.5
3) Is on the staff of a presbytery, synod, or the General Assembly112.5
6) Serves in a church-related non-parish ministry of another denomination112.5
7) Has a secular job or position112.5
8) Other450.0
Missing1008 
TOTAL8100.0
132) How many children do you have? (KIDS)
TOTAL%
0) None16816.7
1) One12312.2
2) Two38638.3
3) Three21521.3
4) Four868.5
5) Five282.8
6) Six20.2
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
133) Do you have any legally adopted children? (ADPTKIDS)
TOTAL%
1) No88988.2
2) Yes11911.8
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
134) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE LEGALLY ADOPTED CHILDREN) How many legally adopted children do you have? (ADPTMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One6957.0
2) Two4133.9
3) Three86.6
4) Four10.8
6) Six21.7
Missing895 
TOTAL121100.0
135) Do you have any stepchildren (that is, did your spouse already have children at the time of your marriage)? (STEPKIDS)
TOTAL%
1) No85087.8
2) Yes11812.2
Missing48 
TOTAL968100.0
136) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO HAVE STEPCHILDREN) How many stepchildren do you have? (STEPMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One2621.8
2) Two5949.6
3) Three1815.1
4) Four119.2
5) Five32.5
6) Six21.7
Missing897 
TOTAL119100.0
137) Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, Independent, Republican, or other? (POLITAFF)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat59158.5
2) Independent17717.5
3) Republican23022.8
4) Other121.2
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
138) Which of these terms best describes your usual stand on political issues? (POLITISS)
TOTAL%
1) Very conservative141.4
2) Conservative14214.1
3) Moderate42342.0
4) Liberal33833.6
5) Very liberal908.9
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
139) How many persons, including yourself, live in your household? (Do not count students who live elsewhere while they attend college or university.) (MEMHHOLD)
TOTAL%
1) I live alone.10210.0
2) Two of us44443.7
3) Three of us16316.0
4) Four of us21120.8
5) Five of us757.4
6) Six of us171.7
7) Seven or more of us40.4
TOTAL1016100.0
140) Of the total number of persons, including yourself, in your household, how many are: aged under 6 years? (HOLD6)
TOTAL%
0) None15355.8
1) One8330.3
2) Two3312.0
3) Three51.8
Missing742 
TOTAL274100.0
141) Of the total number of persons, including yourself, in your household, how many are: aged 6 to 12 years? (HOLD612)
TOTAL%
0) None13839.0
1) One13137.0
2) Two7621.5
3) Three92.5
Missing662 
TOTAL354100.0
142) Of the total number of persons, including yourself, in your household, how many are: aged 13 to 17 years? (HOLD1317)
TOTAL%
0) None13438.0
1) One15945.0
2) Two5515.6
3) Three51.4
Missing663 
TOTAL353100.0
143) Of the total number of persons, including yourself, in your household, how many are: aged 18 to 24 years? (HOLD1824)
TOTAL%
0) None14158.0
1) One8535.0
2) Two166.6
4) Four10.4
Missing773 
TOTAL243100.0
144) Of the total number of persons, including yourself, in your household, how many are: aged 25 and over? (HOLD25PL)
TOTAL%
0) None10.1
1) One11911.8
2) Two83483.0
3) Three424.2
4) Four80.8
5) Five10.1
Missing11 
TOTAL1005100.0
145) From the list below, select the choice which best describes all of the people in the household in which you live. (For example, a divorced man living with his child would check "2"; a woman living with her sister would check "7" or "8," depending on whether or not there are children in the household.) (PPLHHOLD)
TOTAL%
1) A single adult, living alone939.3
2) A single parent, living with one or more children161.6
3) A married couple, no children in household41241.1
4) A married couple, living with one or more children44144.0
5) An unmarried couple, no children in household40.4
7) Another family arrangement (2 or more related adults), living with no children80.8
8) Another family arrangement (2 or more related adults), living with one or more children80.8
9) Roommates (2 or more unrelated adults), no children in household101.0
10) Roommates (2 or more unrelated adults), living with one or more children20.2
11) Some other arrangement90.9
Missing13 
TOTAL1003100.0
146) Is the home in which you currently live: (OWNHOME)
TOTAL%
1) Rented by you818.0
2) Owned by you free and clear of mortgage868.5
3) Owned by you with a mortgage61861.1
4) Owned by your congregation (i.e., a manse)20220.0
5) Other252.5
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
147) Where did you live approximately five years ago, in October 1991? (LIVE5YRS)
TOTAL%
1) Same home I live in now50449.7
2) A different home, but in the same county10110.0
3) In a different county, but in the same state11411.2
4) In a different state28728.3
5) In a different country90.9
Missing1 
TOTAL1015100.0
148) Thinking now only about your immediate family (the persons in your household to whom you are related by blood or marriage), how many of them-including yourself-earned money from a job or employment during the last year? (FAMMONEY)
TOTAL%
0) None222.2
1) One26026.2
2) Two53653.9
3) Three10310.4
4) Four494.9
5) Five161.6
6) Six50.5
7) Seven30.3
Missing22 
TOTAL994100.0
149) Which of these categories best describes your total family income from all sources, before taxes, during 1995? (If you live alone, or with non-relatives, answer in terms of your own personal income.) (FAMINCOM)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $10,00090.9
2) $10,000 - $14,99960.6
3) $15,000 - $19,999141.4
4) $20,000 - $29,999717.0
5) $30,000 - $39,99914614.4
6) $40,000 - $49,99916115.9
7) $50,000 - $59,99916916.7
8) $60,000 - $69,99913012.8
9) $70,000 - $79,999969.5
10) $80,000 - $89,999666.5
11) $90,000 - $99,999484.7
12) $100,000 - $124,999595.8
13) $125,000 - $149,999121.2
14) $150,000 or more252.5
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
150) What percent of your total family income in 1995 came from job- or employment-related earnings (as opposed to other sources of income, such as pensions, Social Security, or investments)? (PERJOB)
TOTAL%
1) 100% from earnings46445.7
2) 90-99% from earnings33733.2
3) 75-89% from earnings908.9
4) 50-74% from earnings676.6
5) 25-49% from earnings202.0
6) 1-24% from earnings232.3
7) None from earnings141.4
Missing1 
TOTAL1015100.0
151) During the last year, approximately how much money did you and other family members in your household contribute to the following: to your congregation, in regular giving (not including special offerings or contributions to a capital campaign)? (MONYCONG)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL9633012.82291
152) During the last year, approximately how much money did you and other family members in your household contribute to the following: to your congregation, in giving to a special capital campaign, for example for a new or remodeled building, or for a new program for the church? (MONYCHR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL599761.9281768
153) During the last year, approximately how much money did you and other family members in your household contribute to the following: to your congregation, in response to a special appeal for a ministry supported by the congregation, presbytery, or Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), including the denomination-wide special offerings--One Great Hour of Sharing, Witness, Peacemaking, and Christmas Joy? (MONYMINS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL854253.458367
154) During the last year, approximately how much money did you and your family contribute to all religious groups or religious causes outside the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)? (FAMRELIG)
TOTAL%
1) $018418.6
2) $1-$5013914.1
3) $51-$10012412.5
4) $101-$50025425.7
5) $501-$1,000979.8
6) $1,001-$2,000838.4
7) $2,001 or more10810.9
Missing27 
TOTAL989100.0
155) During the last year, approximately how much money did you and your family contribute to non-religious charities, community organizations, or social causes? (FAMNONRL)
TOTAL%
1) $0363.6
2) $1-$5016116.2
3) $51-$10018118.2
4) $101-$50040540.7
5) $501-$1,00012112.1
6) $1,001-$2,000424.2
7) $2,001 or more505.0
Missing20 
TOTAL996100.0
156) In what state were you born? If you were not born in the United States, in what country were you born? (BRNSTATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL97733.59218
157) In how many countries besides the United States have you lived? (CNTRYLIV)
TOTAL%
0) None73873.3
1) One15915.8
2) Two656.5
3) Three292.9
4) Four111.1
5) Five30.3
6) Six20.2
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
158) In how many states within the United States have you lived? (STATELIV)
TOTAL%
0) None50.5
1) 363.5
2) 11511.3
3) 18518.2
4) 20620.3
5) 16516.3
6) 14914.7
7) 656.4
8) 484.7
9) 212.1
10) 90.9
11) 50.5
12) 30.3
13) 10.1
18) 10.1
30) 10.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1015100.0
159) What is your race or origin? (RACE1)
TOTAL%
1) White or Caucasian96395.2
2) Black or African-American181.8
3) Indian (American) or Alaska Native30.3
4) Asian or Pacific Islander161.6
5) Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin60.6
6) Multiracial or biracial40.4
7) Some other race20.2
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
160) What is your race or origin? (RACE2)
TOTAL%
3) Indian (American) or Alaska Native150.0
7) Some other race150.0
Missing1014 
TOTAL2100.0
161) Age group (AGEGROUP)
TOTAL%
1) Under 40 years old13913.9
2) 40-4931931.9
3) 50-5931131.1
4) 60-older23123.1
Missing16 
TOTAL1000100.0
162) Type of sample (SAMPLE)
TOTAL%
3) Pastors67666.5
4) Specialized Clergy34033.5
TOTAL1016100.0
163) Region of residence (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast18217.9
2) Midwest28628.2
3) South38838.3
4) West15815.6
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
164) Total number of members 1996 (TOTMEM96)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL681609.8781068
165) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Persons who physically abuse are violent in all their relationships. (IVALLREL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree545.3
2) Agree23423.1
3) Disagree50149.5
4) Strongly disagree14514.3
5) Uncertain797.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
166) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Fathers should remain with their families even if they are physically abusive. (IVDADABS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree80.8
2) Agree222.2
3) Disagree41340.9
4) Strongly disagree50950.3
5) Uncertain595.8
Missing5 
TOTAL1011100.0
167) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - People with strong religious beliefs are less likely to abuse. (IVRELBEL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree232.3
2) Agree18918.7
3) Disagree49649.1
4) Strongly disagree24224.0
5) Uncertain605.9
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
168) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - My faith tells me that men and women should be equal partners in a relationship. (IVEQUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree66465.5
2) Agree32832.3
3) Disagree131.3
4) Strongly disagree20.2
5) Uncertain70.7
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
169) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think worship should include prayers for victims of interpersonal violence. (IVPRYVIC)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree37336.9
2) Agree58357.7
3) Disagree151.5
4) Strongly disagree40.4
5) Uncertain363.6
Missing5 
TOTAL1011100.0
170) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Some people who abuse are responsible adults in their community. (IVCOMMTY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33032.7
2) Agree62862.3
3) Disagree262.6
4) Strongly disagree40.4
5) Uncertain202.0
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
171) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - It is never okay for a husband to slap his wife. (IVNOSLAP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree67767.1
2) Agree28428.1
3) Disagree161.6
4) Strongly disagree171.7
5) Uncertain151.5
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
172) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - In our society today there are many elderly persons emotionally abused by their adult children. (IVELDABS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22822.6
2) Agree61060.5
3) Disagree494.9
4) Strongly disagree30.3
5) Uncertain11811.7
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
173) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - When a woman is raped, it is probably her fault. (IVWFAULT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree121.2
2) Agree50.5
3) Disagree14414.3
4) Strongly disagree83783.0
5) Uncertain101.0
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
174) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - My faith tells me that men are to be the head of the household. (IVMNHEAD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree383.8
2) Agree21121.0
3) Disagree37337.0
4) Strongly disagree34934.7
5) Uncertain363.6
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
175) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - There are times when it is okay for a wife to slap her husband. (IVOKSLAP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree585.7
2) Agree343.4
3) Disagree34434.1
4) Strongly disagree55154.6
5) Uncertain222.2
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
176) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Abusers of elderly persons are most often their adult children. (IVKIDABS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree535.3
2) Agree40840.5
3) Disagree20420.3
4) Strongly disagree141.4
5) Uncertain32832.6
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
177) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Children are sexually abused most often by strangers. (IVSTRNGR)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree111.1
2) Agree80.8
3) Disagree59458.9
4) Strongly disagree35034.7
5) Uncertain454.5
Missing8 
TOTAL1008100.0
178) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - A husband has the right to have sex with his wife whenever he wants it. (IVRT2SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree161.6
2) Agree111.1
3) Disagree49148.7
4) Strongly disagree47747.3
5) Uncertain141.4
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
179) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - The church does very little to prevent abuse. (IVPREVNT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree828.1
2) Agree54153.5
3) Disagree30730.4
4) Strongly disagree252.5
5) Uncertain565.5
Missing5 
TOTAL1011100.0
180) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Elderly persons who are physically abused usually deserve it. (IVELDDES)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree101.0
2) Agree20.2
3) Disagree22121.8
4) Strongly disagree77576.4
5) Uncertain60.6
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
181) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Sexually abused children often deny the abuse has happened. (IVKIDDNY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26426.0
2) Agree67866.9
3) Disagree232.3
4) Strongly disagree60.6
5) Uncertain434.2
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
182) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Withholding something from elderly persons to get them to do what you want is never abusive. (IVWHOLD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree212.1
2) Agree151.5
3) Disagree52552.1
4) Strongly disagree41641.3
5) Uncertain303.0
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
183) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Abusive people come from all the different economic groups. (IVECONMC)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree53753.0
2) Agree46045.4
3) Disagree60.6
4) Strongly disagree80.8
5) Uncertain20.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
184) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - My faith tells me that parents have a right to physically discipline their children by spanking or whipping. (IVDISPLN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree272.7
2) Agree21721.7
3) Disagree42542.4
4) Strongly disagree26726.6
5) Uncertain666.6
Missing14 
TOTAL1002100.0
185) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think litanies in worship should include victims of interpersonal violence. (IVLTNIES)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree21221.0
2) Agree64363.7
3) Disagree656.4
4) Strongly disagree90.9
5) Uncertain807.9
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
186) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Christians too often use the Bible to justify abuse. (IVJSTIFY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14614.5
2) Agree51350.9
3) Disagree20320.2
4) Strongly disagree282.8
5) Uncertain11711.6
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
187) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Church leaders often are not prepared to help members of their congregations who are victims of abuse. (IVUNPPRD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16816.6
2) Agree65264.6
3) Disagree13913.8
4) Strongly disagree111.1
5) Uncertain404.0
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
188) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Victims of sexual abuse often blame themselves for the abuse. (IVBLAME)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28628.2
2) Agree67666.7
3) Disagree111.1
4) Strongly disagree80.8
5) Uncertain333.3
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
189) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - My faith tells me that if parents spare the rod, they will spoil the child. (IVSPOIL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree222.2
2) Agree18618.5
3) Disagree50250.0
4) Strongly disagree23223.1
5) Uncertain616.1
Missing13 
TOTAL1003100.0
190) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - A pastor should always report child abuse. (IVPREPRT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree36235.9
2) Agree52051.5
3) Disagree605.9
4) Strongly disagree50.5
5) Uncertain626.1
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
191) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think worship should include sermons on interpersonal violence. (IVSERMIV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree19419.3
2) Agree68768.2
3) Disagree454.5
4) Strongly disagree50.5
5) Uncertain767.5
Missing9 
TOTAL1007100.0
192) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Interpersonal violence is a private family matter and should not be a concern of my congregation. (IVFAMMAT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree50.5
2) Agree90.9
3) Disagree43643.2
4) Strongly disagree54654.1
5) Uncertain131.3
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
193) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think our congregation should be provided with resources to educate us about interpersonal violence. (IVRESRCE)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25325.1
2) Agree70469.8
3) Disagree232.3
4) Strongly disagree50.5
5) Uncertain242.4
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
194) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I personally know someone in my congregation who has experienced a form of interpersonal violence. (IVKNOWIV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22922.8
2) Agree60360.0
3) Disagree757.5
4) Strongly disagree70.7
5) Uncertain919.1
Missing11 
TOTAL1005100.0
195) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think worship should include sermons on elder abuse. (IVSRMELD)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14614.6
2) Agree64664.5
3) Disagree767.6
4) Strongly disagree40.4
5) Uncertain12912.9
Missing15 
TOTAL1001100.0
196) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - In my congregation I know that the clergy have responded in a helpful way to persons involved in interpersonal violence. (IVCLGHLP)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17317.3
2) Agree57257.2
3) Disagree606.0
4) Strongly disagree30.3
5) Uncertain19219.2
Missing16 
TOTAL1000100.0
197) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - I think the clergy in my congregation are adequately trained to respond effectively to incidents of interpersonal violence. (IVCLGTRN)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree646.4
2) Agree32632.4
3) Disagree41841.6
4) Strongly disagree535.3
5) Uncertain14414.3
Missing11 
TOTAL1005100.0
198) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - In some cases where women are physically abused by a spouse, they deserve it. (IVWDESRV)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree161.6
2) Agree50.5
3) Disagree29629.3
4) Strongly disagree67767.1
5) Uncertain151.5
Missing7 
TOTAL1009100.0
199) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Visitors with homebound older adults or those in nursing homes should report observed or suspected abuses. (IVVREPRT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree36035.6
2) Agree61761.1
3) Disagree70.7
4) Strongly disagree30.3
5) Uncertain232.3
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
200) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - The church should provide training in how to recognize signs of abuse in others. (IVTRNABS)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26526.2
2) Agree63462.7
3) Disagree303.0
4) Strongly disagree30.3
5) Uncertain797.8
Missing5 
TOTAL1011100.0
201) People differ greatly in terms of their attitudes toward interpersonal violence. The following statement is about interpersonal violence. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the statement. - Abused older adults should tell about the abuse to their pastor. (IVELDTEL)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree29829.4
2) Agree67066.2
3) Disagree60.6
4) Strongly disagree10.1
5) Uncertain373.7
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0
202) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Rape by spouse (RAPESPS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100999.3
1) Checked70.7
TOTAL1016100.0
203) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Rape by spouse (RAPESPS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked91990.5
1) Checked979.5
TOTAL1016100.0
204) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Rape by spouse (RAPESPSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked73372.1
1) Checked28327.9
TOTAL1016100.0
205) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Rape by acquaintance (RAPEACQ1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked99798.1
1) Checked191.9
TOTAL1016100.0
206) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Rape by acquaintance (RAPEACQ2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked77376.1
1) Checked24323.9
TOTAL1016100.0
207) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Rape by acquaintance (RAPEACQC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked55554.6
1) Checked46145.4
TOTAL1016100.0
208) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Rape by stranger (RAPESTR1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked101099.4
1) Checked60.6
TOTAL1016100.0
209) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Rape by stranger (RAPESTR2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked80679.3
1) Checked21020.7
TOTAL1016100.0
210) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Rape by stranger (RAPESTRC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked60159.2
1) Checked41540.8
TOTAL1016100.0
211) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Child abuse: physical abuse (KIDPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94092.5
1) Checked767.5
TOTAL1016100.0
212) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Child Abuse: physical abuse (KIDPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked68567.4
1) Checked33132.6
TOTAL1016100.0
213) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Child Abuse: physical abuse (KIDPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked40940.3
1) Checked60759.7
TOTAL1016100.0
214) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Child Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (KIDEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked84583.2
1) Checked17116.8
TOTAL1016100.0
215) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Child Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (KIDEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked59158.2
1) Checked42541.8
TOTAL1016100.0
216) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Child Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (KIDEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked32532.0
1) Checked69168.0
TOTAL1016100.0
217) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Child Abuse: sexual abuse (KIDSEXL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94793.2
1) Checked696.8
TOTAL1016100.0
218) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Child Abuse: sexual abuse (KIDSEXL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked67966.8
1) Checked33733.2
TOTAL1016100.0
219) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Child Abuse: sexual abuse (KIDSEXLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked41741.0
1) Checked59959.0
TOTAL1016100.0
220) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Partner Abuse: physical abuse (PRTPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked97996.4
1) Checked373.6
TOTAL1016100.0
221) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Partner Abuse: physical abuse (PRTPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked72571.4
1) Checked29128.6
TOTAL1016100.0
222) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Partner Abuse: physical abuse (PRTPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked42041.3
1) Checked59658.7
TOTAL1016100.0
223) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Partner Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (PRTEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked90188.7
1) Checked11511.3
TOTAL1016100.0
224) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Partner Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (PRTEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked63462.4
1) Checked38237.6
TOTAL1016100.0
225) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Partner Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (PRTEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked32331.8
1) Checked69368.2
TOTAL1016100.0
226) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself.-Elder Abuse: physical abuse (ELDPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked101599.9
1) Checked10.1
TOTAL1016100.0
227) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Elder Abuse: physical abuse (ELDPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked90589.1
1) Checked11110.9
TOTAL1016100.0
228) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Elder Abuse: physical abuse (ELDPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked72971.8
1) Checked28728.2
TOTAL1016100.0
229) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Elder Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (ELDEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked101199.5
1) Checked50.5
TOTAL1016100.0
230) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Elder Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (ELDEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked83181.8
1) Checked18518.2
TOTAL1016100.0
231) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee).-Elder Abuse: emotional/verbal abuse (ELDEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked54353.4
1) Checked47346.6
TOTAL1016100.0
232) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Elder Abuse: sexual abuse (ELDSEXL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked1016100.0
TOTAL1016100.0
233) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Elder Abuse: sexual abuse (ELDSEXL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked97696.1
1) Checked403.9
TOTAL1016100.0
234) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Elder Abuse: sexual abuse (ELDSEXLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked90489.0
1) Checked11211.0
TOTAL1016100.0
235) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Elder Abuse: financial abuse (e.g., theft, fraud) (ELDFIN1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100899.2
1) Checked80.8
TOTAL1016100.0
236) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Elder Abuse: financial abuse (e.g., theft, fraud) (ELDFIN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked80579.2
1) Checked21120.8
TOTAL1016100.0
237) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Elder Abuse: financial abuse (e.g., theft, fraud) (ELDFINC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked53953.1
1) Checked47746.9
TOTAL1016100.0
238) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Elder Abuse: neglect (ELDNEGL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked101399.7
1) Checked30.3
TOTAL1016100.0
239) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Elder Abuse: neglect (ELDNEGL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked80979.6
1) Checked20720.4
TOTAL1016100.0
240) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Elder Abuse: neglect (ELDNEGLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked46746.0
1) Checked54954.0
TOTAL1016100.0
241) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself.- Abuse by Clergy: physical abuse (CABPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100098.4
1) Checked161.6
TOTAL1016100.0
242) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by Clergy: physical abuse (CABPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94693.1
1) Checked706.9
TOTAL1016100.0
243) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by Clergy: physical abuse (CABPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked89688.2
1) Checked12011.8
TOTAL1016100.0
244) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by Clergy: emotional/verbal abuse (CABEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94392.8
1) Checked737.2
TOTAL1016100.0
245) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by Clergy: emotional/verbal abuse (CABEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked86184.7
1) Checked15515.3
TOTAL1016100.0
246) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by Clergy: emotional/verbal abuse (CABEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked75073.8
1) Checked26626.2
TOTAL1016100.0
247) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by Clergy: sexual abuse (CABSEXL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked98096.5
1) Checked363.5
TOTAL1016100.0
248) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by Clergy: sexual abuse (CABSEXL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked82381.0
1) Checked19319.0
TOTAL1016100.0
249) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by Clergy: sexual abuse (CABSEXLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked68767.6
1) Checked32932.4
TOTAL1016100.0
250) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): physical abuse (PCPPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100999.3
1) Checked70.7
TOTAL1016100.0
251) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): physical abuse (PCPPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked97596.0
1) Checked414.0
TOTAL1016100.0
252) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): physical abuse (PCPPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94292.7
1) Checked747.3
TOTAL1016100.0
253) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself.- Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (PCPEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked99497.8
1) Checked222.2
TOTAL1016100.0
254) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (PCPEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked93391.8
1) Checked838.2
TOTAL1016100.0
255) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (PCPEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked85584.2
1) Checked16115.8
TOTAL1016100.0
256) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): sexual abuse (PCPSEXL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100598.9
1) Checked111.1
TOTAL1016100.0
257) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): sexual abuse (PCPSEXL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked92891.3
1) Checked888.7
TOTAL1016100.0
258) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Paid Church Professional (e.g., counselor, youth director, Christian educators, etc.): sexual abuse (PCPSEXLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked85984.5
1) Checked15715.5
TOTAL1016100.0
259) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself.- Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): physical abuse (VOLPHYS1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked101099.4
1) Checked60.6
TOTAL1016100.0
260) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): physical abuse (VOLPHYS2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked98196.6
1) Checked353.4
TOTAL1016100.0
261) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): physical abuse (VOLPHYSC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked93692.1
1) Checked807.9
TOTAL1016100.0
262) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (VOLEMOT1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked98196.6
1) Checked353.4
TOTAL1016100.0
263) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (VOLEMOT2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked94192.6
1) Checked757.4
TOTAL1016100.0
264) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): emotional/verbal abuse (VOLEMOTC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked85984.5
1) Checked15715.5
TOTAL1016100.0
265) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through experiencing it yourself. - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): sexual abuse (VOLSEXL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked100799.1
1) Checked90.9
TOTAL1016100.0
266) Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through your relationship to a family member, close friend, or member of your church. - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): sexual abuse (VOLSEXL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked95694.1
1) Checked605.9
TOTAL1016100.0
267) (Answered by clergypersons only). Please indicate by checking the appropriate box if you have been personally touched by the following situation through pastoral care (happened to a parishioner or counselee). - Abuse by a Volunteer Church Worker (e.g., deacon, elder, church school teacher, youth worker, etc.): sexual abuse (VOLSEXLC)
TOTAL%
0) Not Checked88787.3
1) Checked12912.7
TOTAL1016100.0
268) How often do you pray? (PRAYOFTN)
TOTAL%
1) Two or more times a day70972.3
2) Once a day16416.7
3) Two or more times a week (but less than daily)878.9
4) Once a week50.5
5) Less than once a week111.1
6) Never50.5
Missing35 
TOTAL981100.0
269) About how many times a week do you pray? (PRAYWEEK)
TOTAL%
0) None373.8
1) 80.8
2) 50.5
3) 151.6
4) 212.2
5) 303.1
6) 121.2
7) 545.6
8) 161.7
9) 181.9
10) 596.1
11) 90.9
12) 282.9
13) 80.8
14) 555.7
15) 666.9
16) 151.6
17) 80.8
18) 262.7
19) 30.3
20) 15616.2
21) 161.7
22) 10.1
23) 30.3
24) 10.1
25) 525.4
28) 101.0
30) 606.2
35) 181.9
36) 10.1
38) 10.1
40) 161.7
42) 10.1
43) 10.1
45) 40.4
47) 10.1
50) 202.1
55) 10.1
60) 30.3
70) 30.3
75) 40.4
85) 10.1
99) Many-Several times9610.0
Missing53 
TOTAL963100.0
270) How satisfied are you with your prayer life? (SATPRAYR)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied979.9
2) Satisfied41041.8
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied29930.4
4) Dissatisfied16817.1
5) Very dissatisfied80.8
Missing34 
TOTAL982100.0
271) In general, would you say your health is... (HEALTH)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent27627.9
2) Very good42442.9
3) Good23123.4
4) Fair505.1
5) Poor70.7
Missing28 
TOTAL988100.0
272) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks did you feel full of pep? (WK4PEP)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time262.6
2) Most of the time34334.8
3) A good bit of time30831.2
4) Some of the time21421.7
5) A little of the time838.4
6) None of the time121.2
Missing30 
TOTAL986100.0
273) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks have you been a very nervous person? (WK4NERVS)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time30.3
2) Most of the time101.0
3) A good bit of time293.0
4) Some of the time17517.8
5) A little of the time47248.0
6) None of the time29429.9
Missing33 
TOTAL983100.0
274) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks have you felt so down in the dumps that nothing could cheer you up? (WK4DOWN)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time20.2
2) Most of the time40.4
3) A good bit of time131.3
4) Some of the time747.6
5) A little of the time25025.7
6) None of the time63164.8
Missing42 
TOTAL974100.0
275) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks have you felt calm and peaceful? (WK4CALM)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time161.6
2) Most of the time34335.0
3) A good bit of time37037.8
4) Some of the time20020.4
5) A little of the time444.5
6) None of the time70.7
Missing36 
TOTAL980100.0
276) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks did you have a lot of energy? (WK4ENRGY)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time262.7
2) Most of the time33434.1
3) A good bit of time30531.2
4) Some of the time21822.3
5) A little of the time828.4
6) None of the time141.4
Missing37 
TOTAL979100.0
277) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks have you felt downhearted and blue? (WK4BLUE)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time20.2
2) Most of the time111.1
3) A good bit of time282.9
4) Some of the time19720.1
5) A little of the time53354.5
6) None of the time20721.2
Missing38 
TOTAL978100.0
278) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks did you feel worn out? (WK4WORN)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time20.2
2) Most of the time383.9
3) A good bit of time899.1
4) Some of the time34835.5
5) A little of the time41642.5
6) None of the time868.8
Missing37 
TOTAL979100.0
279) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks have you been a happy person? (WK4HAPPY)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time525.3
2) Most of the time57158.1
3) A good bit of time22623.0
4) Some of the time10710.9
5) A little of the time222.2
6) None of the time50.5
Missing33 
TOTAL983100.0
280) This question is about how you feel and how things have been with you during the past four weeks. Please give the one answer that comes closest to the way you have been feeling. How much of the time during the past four weeks did you feel tired? (WK4TIRED)
TOTAL%
1) All of the time70.7
2) Most of the time616.2
3) A good bit of time12112.3
4) Some of the time43944.7
5) A little of the time33934.5
6) None of the time161.6
Missing33 
TOTAL983100.0
281) How TRUE or FALSE is the following statement for you? - I am as healthy as anybody I know. (ASHLTHY)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true21121.5
2) Mostly true56157.2
3) Don't know909.2
4) Mostly false949.6
5) Definitely false242.4
Missing36 
TOTAL980100.0
282) How TRUE or FALSE is the following statement for you? - My health is excellent. (HLTHEXC)
TOTAL%
1) Definitely true22823.4
2) Mostly true61462.9
3) Don't know293.0
4) Mostly false9810.0
5) Definitely false70.7
Missing40 
TOTAL976100.0
283) Now please think about the most recent major problem or challenge you have faced, such as a death in the family, major financial loss, serious illness to you or someone close, or a major disagreement with a close friend or relative. What was it? (MAJRPRB1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL72443.84419
284) Now please think about the most recent major problem or challenge you have faced, such as a death in the family, major financial loss, serious illness to you or someone close, or a major disagreement with a close friend or relative. What was it? (MAJRPRB2)
TOTAL%
2) Returned to work after a long time10.8
5) Changed jobs, no better no worse32.5
6) Had trouble with a boss10.8
8) Conditions at work got worse54.1
11) Fired21.7
12) Took on greatly increased workload10.8
14) Retired21.7
16) Relations with spouse changed43.3
18) Divorce21.7
21) Spouse died10.8
24) Miscarriage-stillbirth10.8
27) Person moved out of household10.8
28) Serious family argument other than spouse32.5
29) Death in family97.4
32) Moved residence, no better or worse65.0
33) Unable to move after expecting to10.8
35) Lost a home through fire-flood-disaster10.8
39) Got involved in a court case21.7
41) Took a cut in wage or salary10.8
42) Suffered financial loss43.3
45) Pet died10.8
47) Close friend died65.0
49) Left armed services10.8
50) Physical health improved21.7
51) Physical illness1310.7
52) Injury32.5
53) Unable to get treatment21.7
54) Mental illness10.8
56) Preparing for job change32.5
58) Problems with congregation108.3
59) Not enough time21.7
60) Facing death10.8
61) Serving as caretaker for another21.7
62) Other school10.8
63) Other work32.5
66) Other family43.3
67) Other residence10.8
68) Other crime and legal matters10.8
69) Other financial86.6
70) Other health21.7
71) Other other32.5
Missing895 
TOTAL121100.0
285) Now please think about the most recent major problem or challenge you have faced, such as a death in the family, major financial loss, serious illness to you or someone close, or a major disagreement with a close friend or relative. What was it? (MAJRPRB3)
TOTAL%
3) Changed jobs for a better one13.6
5) Changed jobs, no better no worse13.6
10) Laid off27.1
11) Fired27.1
13) Sharply reduced workload13.6
17) Married couple separated13.6
29) Death in family27.1
40) Started buying a car-furniture, etc.13.6
42) Suffered financial loss310.7
45) Pet died13.6
47) Close friend died13.6
51) Physical illness27.1
58) Problems with congregation310.7
61) Serving as caretaker for another13.6
65) Other having children13.6
66) Other family27.1
69) Other financial27.1
70) Other health13.6
Missing988 
TOTAL28100.0
286) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I thought about how my life is part of a larger spiritual force. (RELRGSPR)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all13013.8
2) Somewhat25727.4
3) Quite a bit30432.4
4) A great deal24826.4
Missing77 
TOTAL939100.0
287) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I worked together with God as partners to get through this problem. (REPRTNRS)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all323.4
2) Somewhat21122.4
3) Quite a bit36538.8
4) A great deal33335.4
Missing75 
TOTAL941100.0
288) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I decided the devil made this happen. (REDEVIL)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all83588.5
2) Somewhat939.9
3) Quite a bit91.0
4) A great deal70.7
Missing72 
TOTAL944100.0
289) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I looked to God for strength, support, and guidance. (RESTRGTH)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all151.6
2) Somewhat10310.9
3) Quite a bit28830.3
4) A great deal54357.2
Missing67 
TOTAL949100.0
290) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I tried to find the lesson from God in this problem. (RELESSON)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all20821.9
2) Somewhat31733.4
3) Quite a bit23524.8
4) A great deal18819.8
Missing68 
TOTAL948100.0
291) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I questioned the power of God. (REQUESTN)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all74979.9
2) Somewhat16517.6
3) Quite a bit141.5
4) A great deal91.0
Missing79 
TOTAL937100.0
292) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I tried to give spiritual strength to other people. (REGIVSPR)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all849.0
2) Somewhat27329.2
3) Quite a bit35638.0
4) A great deal22323.8
Missing80 
TOTAL936100.0
293) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I sought help from God in letting go of my anger. (RELETGO)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all24126.3
2) Somewhat28831.4
3) Quite a bit26028.3
4) A great deal12914.1
Missing98 
TOTAL918100.0
294) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I felt that this problem was God's way of punishing me for my sins or lack of spirituality. (RESINS)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all88293.5
2) Somewhat555.8
3) Quite a bit30.3
4) A great deal30.3
Missing73 
TOTAL943100.0
295) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I wondered whether God has abandoned me. (REABANDN)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all81085.4
2) Somewhat12613.3
3) Quite a bit90.9
4) A great deal30.3
Missing68 
TOTAL948100.0
296) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I questioned whether God really exists. (REEXISTS)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all87392.1
2) Somewhat626.5
3) Quite a bit101.1
4) A great deal30.3
Missing68 
TOTAL948100.0
297) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I expressed anger at God for letting this problem happen. (REANGER)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all67271.0
2) Somewhat21122.3
3) Quite a bit565.9
4) A great deal80.8
Missing69 
TOTAL947100.0
298) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I asked forgiveness for my sins. (REFORGIV)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all28230.0
2) Somewhat31133.0
3) Quite a bit25527.1
4) A great deal939.9
Missing75 
TOTAL941100.0
299) (Answered only in response to question MAJRPROB). We are interested in learning more about how you responded or reacted when this most recent problem happened. The following statement is something people sometimes do to deal with difficulties like this. Please indicate how much you relied on the following statement in the process of grappling with your most recent serious problem. - I asked God's love for me. (REGODLVE)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all12913.7
2) Somewhat22023.4
3) Quite a bit34736.8
4) A great deal24626.1
Missing74 
TOTAL942100.0
300) How often do you have doubts about the things you have learned in church? (OFTLRND)
TOTAL%
1) Very often666.6
2) Fairly often16616.6
3) Once in a while68268.3
4) Never848.4
Missing18 
TOTAL998100.0
301) How often do you doubt that solutions to your problems can be found in the Bible? (OFTBIBLE)
TOTAL%
1) Very often444.4
2) Fairly often16616.7
3) Once in a while53653.9
4) Never24824.9
Missing22 
TOTAL994100.0
302) How often do you have doubts about your religious or spiritual beliefs? (OFTBELFS)
TOTAL%
1) Very often202.0
2) Fairly often11111.1
3) Once in a while65165.2
4) Never21621.6
Missing18 
TOTAL998100.0
303) How often do you doubt whether your prayers make a difference? (OFTPRYRS)
TOTAL%
1) Very often222.2
2) Fairly often989.9
3) Once in a while54054.4
4) Never33233.5
Missing24 
TOTAL992100.0
304) (Answered only by members and elders) This question deals with relationships you've had over the past year with other members in the congregation you serve or attend. (In answering, please think just about members, not the pastor(s).) How often have members in your congregation made you feel loved and cared for? (YRLOVED)
TOTAL%
1) Very often16445.8
2) Fairly often13036.3
3) Once in a while5916.5
4) Never51.4
Missing658 
TOTAL358100.0
305) (Answered only by members and elders) This question deals with relationships you've had over the past year with other members in the congregation you serve or attend. (In answering, please think just about members, not the pastor(s).) How often have members in your congregation listened to you talk about your private problems and concerns? (YRLISTND)
TOTAL%
1) Very often6317.9
2) Fairly often8925.4
3) Once in a while16446.7
4) Never3510.0
Missing665 
TOTAL351100.0
306) (Answered only by members and elders) This question deals with relationships you've had over the past year with other members in the congregation you serve or attend. (In answering, please think just about members, not the pastor(s).) How often have members in your congregation shared their religious experiences with you? (YRSHARED)
TOTAL%
1) Very often9527.1
2) Fairly often14140.2
3) Once in a while9226.2
4) Never236.6
Missing665 
TOTAL351100.0
307) (Answered only by members and elders) This question deals with relationships you've had over the past year with other members in the congregation you serve or attend. (In answering, please think just about members, not the pastor(s).) How often have members in your congregation helped you to live according to your religious beliefs? (YRBELFS)
TOTAL%
1) Very often6618.8
2) Fairly often13438.2
3) Once in a while12535.6
4) Never267.4
Missing665 
TOTAL351100.0
308) (Answered only by members and elders) This question deals with relationships you've had over the past year with other members in the congregation you serve or attend. (In answering, please think just about members, not the pastor(s).) How often have members in your congregation helped you to know God better? (YRKNWGOD)
TOTAL%
1) Very often8423.9
2) Fairly often14039.9
3) Once in a while10429.6
4) Never236.6
Missing665 
TOTAL351100.0
309) (Answered only by members and elders) The contact we have with others is not always pleasant. Thinking back over the past year, how often have other members in your congregation made too many demands on you? (DEMANDYR)
TOTAL%
1) Very often318.9
2) Fairly often7621.8
3) Once in a while18252.1
4) Never6017.2
Missing667 
TOTAL349100.0
310) (Answered only by members and elders) The contact we have with others is not always pleasant. Thinking back over the past year, how often have other members in your congregation been critical of you and the things you have done? (CRITCLYR)
TOTAL%
1) Very often144.0
2) Fairly often4312.3
3) Once in a while21962.6
4) Never7421.1
Missing666 
TOTAL350100.0
311) (Answered only by members and elders) Now we'd like you to think about the relationship you have had with the pastor(s) of your congregation over the past year. How often does your pastor(s) speak with you about your private problems and concerns? (PSTSPEAK)
TOTAL%
1) Very often73.5
2) Fairly often4020.1
3) Once in a while9748.7
4) Never3115.6
5) Don't know31.5
6) Not needed2110.6
Missing817 
TOTAL199100.0
312) (Answered only by members and elders) Now we'd like you to think about the relationship you have had with the pastor(s) of your congregation over the past year. This question is about times you have talked with your pastor(s) individually. Thinking of these times, how often has your pastor expressed interest and concern in your well-being? (PSTCNCRN)
TOTAL%
1) Very often3318.0
2) Fairly often7038.3
3) Once in a while5630.6
4) Never189.8
5) Don't know63.3
Missing833 
TOTAL183100.0
313) (Answered only by members and elders) Now we'd like you to think about the relationship you have had with the pastor(s) of your congregation over the past year. How often has your pastor(s) been critical of you and the things you have done? (PSTCRTCL)
TOTAL%
1) Very often10.6
2) Fairly often42.2
3) Once in a while3519.3
4) Never12368.0
5) Don't know189.9
Missing835 
TOTAL181100.0
314) (Answered only by members and elders) Now we'd like you to think about the relationship you have had with the pastor(s) of your congregation over the past year. How often does your pastor(s) insist on having things his or her own way? (PSTOWNWY)
TOTAL%
1) Very often116.0
2) Fairly often3016.5
3) Once in a while6033.0
4) Never5932.4
5) Don't know2212.1
Missing834 
TOTAL182100.0
315) (Answered only by members and elders) How often do you attend your congregation's Sunday worship services? (SUNSRVC)
TOTAL%
3) About once or twice a year20.6
4) Several times a year123.8
5) About once a month175.3
6) Two to three times a month257.8
7) Nearly every week8125.3
8) Every week18357.2
Missing696 
TOTAL320100.0
316) Do you have a pet or pets in your household? (OWNPET)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60961.6
2) No38038.4
Missing27 
TOTAL989100.0
317) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="YES" TO OWNPET) Do you own a dog? (PETDOG)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked62761.7
1) Checked38938.3
TOTAL1016100.0
318) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="CHECKED" TO PETDOG) How many dogs do you own? (DOGMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One28673.9
2) Two8622.2
3) Three143.6
4) Four10.3
Missing629 
TOTAL387100.0
319) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="YES" TO OWNPET) Do you own a cat? (PETCAT)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked66665.6
1) Checked35034.4
TOTAL1016100.0
320) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="CHECKED" TO PETCAT) How many cats do you own? (CATMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One20859.4
2) Two10630.3
3) Three226.3
4) Four51.4
5) Five10.3
6) Six30.9
7) Seven41.1
8) Eight10.3
Missing666 
TOTAL350100.0
321) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="YES" TO OWNPET) Do you own a bird? (PETBIRD)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked97896.3
1) Checked383.7
TOTAL1016100.0
322) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="CHECKED" TO PETBIRD) How many birds do you own? (BIRDMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One2257.9
2) Two821.1
3) Three37.9
4) Four37.9
9) Nine or more25.3
Missing978 
TOTAL38100.0
323) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="YES" TO OWNPET) Do you own a fish? (PETFISH)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked94092.5
1) Checked767.5
TOTAL1016100.0
324) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="CHECKED" TO PETFISH) How many fish do you own? (FISHMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One1520.3
2) Two1114.9
3) Three56.8
4) Four45.4
5) Five912.2
6) Six79.5
7) Seven11.4
8) Eight34.1
9) Nine or more1925.7
Missing942 
TOTAL74100.0
325) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="YES" TO OWNPET) Do you own any other pet besides a dog, cat, bird, or fish? (PETOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked94492.9
1) Checked727.1
TOTAL1016100.0
326) (ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED 1="CHECKED" TO PETOTHER) How many other pets do you own besides dogs, cats, birds, or fish? (OTHRMANY)
TOTAL%
1) One3853.5
2) Two1825.4
3) Three45.6
4) Four45.6
5) Five45.6
6) Six11.4
9) Nine or more22.8
Missing945 
TOTAL71100.0
327) We asked you to serve as a panelist for a period of three years. Did you find this number of years was: (PANL3YRS)
TOTAL%
1) Too many13513.6
2) About right74875.4
3) Too few545.4
4) Not sure555.5
Missing24 
TOTAL992100.0
328) In each of the three years you served as a panelist, you were sent a total of four questionnaires. Did you find that this number of questionnaires per year was: (NUMQUEST)
TOTAL%
1) Too many858.6
2) About right86687.2
3) Too few252.5
4) Not sure171.7
Missing23 
TOTAL993100.0
329) Panel questionnaires are typically 6 to 8 pages in length. Do you find this number is: (PGLENGTH)
TOTAL%
1) Too many19920.2
2) About right77078.1
3) Too few10.1
4) Not sure161.6
Missing30 
TOTAL986100.0
330) Would you like to receive the two remaining Panel Summaries; that is, the Summary for this survey and for the one you completed in August on the public role of Presbyterians? (PANELSUM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes88189.3
2) No10610.7
Missing29 
TOTAL987100.0
331) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to someone else in your household? (SHRHOUSE)
TOTAL%
1) Very often9710.4
2) Fairly often16617.8
3) Not too often28931.0
4) Never37940.7
Missing85 
TOTAL931100.0
332) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to someone else at church? (SHRCHRCH)
TOTAL%
1) Very often667.0
2) Fairly often23024.3
3) Not too often30432.2
4) Never34536.5
Missing71 
TOTAL945100.0
333) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to a friend or relative? (SHRFREND)
TOTAL%
1) Very often212.4
2) Fairly often11913.3
3) Not too often25828.9
4) Never49555.4
Missing123 
TOTAL893100.0
334) (ANSWERED ONLY IF RESPONDENT IS LAITY) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to the pastor? (SHRPASTR)
TOTAL%
1) Very often82.7
2) Fairly often144.7
3) Not too often4515.3
4) Never22877.3
Missing721 
TOTAL295100.0
335) (ANSWERED ONLY IF RESPONDENT IS CLERGY) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to another pastor or minister? (SHROTHRP)
TOTAL%
1) Very often535.9
2) Fairly often13414.9
3) Not too often29532.7
4) Never41946.5
Missing115 
TOTAL901100.0
336) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to your congregational newsletter editor/compiler? (SHREDITR)
TOTAL%
1) Very often354.0
2) Fairly often11913.5
3) Not too often27731.4
4) Never45251.2
Missing133 
TOTAL883100.0
337) How often, if ever, have you shared or passed along a copy of a Panel Summary to anyone else not already mentioned? (SHROTHER)
TOTAL%
1) Very often6422.6
2) Fairly often51.8
3) Not too often196.7
4) Never19568.9
Missing733 
TOTAL283100.0
338) I-GENDER: What is your sex? (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Female21321.0
2) Male80379.0
TOTAL1016100.0
339) I-MARITAL: What is your present marital status? (for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married88487.3
2) Not married12912.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1013100.0
340) I-REGION: Region of residence (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Northeast18217.9
2) Midwest28628.2
3) South38838.3
4) West15815.6
Missing2 
TOTAL1014100.0
341) I-PARTYID: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, Independent, Republican, or other? (for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat59158.5
2) Independent17717.5
3) Republican23022.8
4) Other121.2
Missing6 
TOTAL1010100.0
342) I-AGE: What is your present age? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) <4013913.9
2) 40-4931931.9
3) 50-6446446.4
4) 65+787.8
Missing16 
TOTAL1000100.0
343) I-INCOME: Which of these categories best describes your total family income from all sources, before taxes, during 1995? (If you live alone, or with non-relatives, answer in terms of your own personal income.) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $20,000292.9
2) $20,000 - $49,99937837.4
3) $50,000 - $99,99950950.3
4) $100K+969.5
Missing4 
TOTAL1012100.0