Southern Focus Poll, Non-South Survey, Fall 1999

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) RESPONDENT ID NUMBER INITIAL SCREENING (RESPNUM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4025763.714463
2) RESPONDENT'S NUMBER (RESP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4025763.714463
3) [STATE IS RECODED INTO DEEPSOU AND GALREG IN THE DATASET.] Which state am I calling? (STATE)
TOTAL%
3) Arizona143.5
5) California5914.7
6) Colorado92.2
7) Connecticut61.5
8) Delaware41.0
13) Idaho30.7
14) Illinois215.2
15) Indiana102.5
16) Iowa61.5
17) Kansas82.0
20) Maine20.5
21) Maryland102.5
22) Massachusetts246.0
23) Michigan194.7
24) Minnesota174.2
26) Missouri82.0
27) Montana30.7
28) Nebraska51.2
29) Nevada20.5
31) New Jersey153.7
32) New Mexico51.2
33) New York4210.4
35) North Dakota41.0
36) Ohio235.7
38) Oregon102.5
39) Pennsylvania276.7
40) Rhode Island30.7
42) South Dakota10.2
45) Utah41.0
46) Vermont10.2
48) Washington184.5
49) West Virginia41.0
50) Wisconsin153.7
TOTAL402100.0
4) Verify the state of the respondent (STATE2)
TOTAL%
3) Arizona143.5
5) California5914.7
6) Colorado92.2
7) Connecticut61.5
8) Delaware41.0
13) Idaho30.7
14) Illinois215.2
15) Indiana102.5
16) Iowa61.5
17) Kansas82.0
20) Maine20.5
21) Maryland102.5
22) Massachusetts246.0
23) Michigan194.7
24) Minnesota174.2
26) Missouri82.0
27) Montana30.7
28) Nebraska51.2
29) Nevada20.5
31) New Jersey153.7
32) New Mexico51.2
33) New York4210.4
35) North Dakota41.0
36) Ohio235.7
38) Oregon102.5
39) Pennsylvania276.7
40) Rhode Island30.7
42) South Dakota10.2
45) Utah41.0
46) Vermont10.2
48) Washington184.5
49) West Virginia41.0
50) Wisconsin153.7
TOTAL402100.0
5) [THIS VARIABLE IS RECODED INTO AGE, AND COLLAPSED IN AGECAT.] In which year were you born? [IF DON'T KNOW OR REFUSED ENTER 1891.] (YRBORN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4021954.16919
6) [ASKED OF SOUTHERN RESPONDENTS AND THOSE IN BORDER STATES ONLY] Just for the record, would you say that your community is in the South, or not? (COMSOUTH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1142.3
2) No1350.0
3) Don't know / No answer27.7
Missing376 
TOTAL26100.0
7) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES" TO COMSOUTH] Not counting time spent away at school and for other temporary reasons, have you lived in the South all your life or not? [IF YES, TYPE "4 ALL MY LIFE." IF NO, THEN ASK:] How long have you lived in the South? (LIVESOU)
TOTAL%
3) More than 10 years327.3
4) All my life763.6
5) Don't know / No answer19.1
Missing391 
TOTAL11100.0
8) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "ALL MY LIFE" TO LIVESOU] Have you ever traveled or visited outside the South? (TRAVOUT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7100.0
Missing395 
TOTAL7100.0
9) [ASKED OF NON-SOUTHERN RESPONDENTS ONLY] Have you ever lived in a Southern state? (SOULIV)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8121.5
2) No29578.5
Missing26 
TOTAL376100.0
10) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "NO" OR "DON'T KNOW / NO ANSWER" TO SOULIV] Have you ever traveled or visited in the South? (TRAVIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21773.6
2) No7826.4
Missing107 
TOTAL295100.0
11) [STATE16 IS RECODED INTO THE VARIABLE RESIDENT IN THE DATASET.] Which state did you live in when you were 16? (STATE16)
TOTAL%
3) Arizona51.2
5) California399.7
6) Colorado92.2
7) Connecticut82.0
8) Delaware41.0
10) Florida41.0
13) Idaho30.7
14) Illinois194.7
15) Indiana82.0
16) Iowa61.5
17) Kansas92.2
18) Kentucky20.5
19) Louisiana10.2
20) Maine20.5
21) Maryland82.0
22) Massachusetts184.5
23) Michigan194.7
24) Minnesota194.7
26) Missouri82.0
27) Montana41.0
28) Nebraska82.0
31) New Jersey164.0
32) New Mexico41.0
33) New York4010.0
34) North Carolina30.7
35) North Dakota51.2
36) Ohio225.5
37) Oklahoma10.2
38) Oregon71.7
39) Pennsylvania276.7
40) Rhode Island30.7
42) South Dakota20.5
43) Tennessee10.2
44) Texas51.2
45) Utah51.2
46) Vermont10.2
47) Virginia20.5
48) Washington133.2
49) West Virginia41.0
50) Wisconsin143.5
51) Wyoming10.2
52) Foreign country225.5
53) Don't Know10.2
TOTAL402100.0
12) [ASKED ONLY IF STATE=STATE16] Not counting time spent away at school and for other temporary reasons, have you lived in [R's state] all your life? [IF ALL MY LIFE = YES, CODE 6. IF NO, ASK:] How long have you lived in [R's state]? (LIVSTAT1)
TOTAL%
2) Five to nine years31.1
3) Ten to fourteen years41.4
4) Fifteen to nineteen years93.2
5) Twenty or more years5218.5
6) All my life21275.4
7) Don't know / No answer10.4
Missing121 
TOTAL281100.0
13) [ASKED ONLY IF STATE=STATE16] Not counting time spent away at school and for other temporary reasons, how long have you lived in [R's state]? (LIVSTAT2)
TOTAL%
1) Less than five years2924.0
2) Five to nine years1512.4
3) Ten to fourteen years1714.0
4) Fifteen to nineteen years119.1
5) Twenty or more years4537.2
6) All my life43.3
Missing281 
TOTAL121100.0
14) [ASKED OF NON-SOUTHERN RESPONDENTS ONLY] Do you consider yourself or anyone in your family a Southerner? (SOUFAM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, self102.5
2) Yes, family5613.9
3) Yes, both self and family92.2
4) No32380.3
5) Don't know / No answer41.0
TOTAL402100.0
15) [ASKED OF NON-SOUTHERN RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES" TO SOUFAM] Some Southerners feel they have a lot in common with other Southerners, but others we talk to don't feel this way. How about you? Would you say you feel pretty close to Southerners in general, or that you don't feel much closer to them than you do to other people? (NINCOMMN)
TOTAL%
1) Feel close to other southerners842.1
2) Don't feel closer than to others1052.6
3) Don?t Know / Can?t Say / No Answer15.3
Missing383 
TOTAL19100.0
16) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES" TO SOUTHERN, "YES, SELF" TO SOUFAM, OR "YES, BOTH SELF AND FAMILY" TO SOUFAM] Would you say that being a Southerner is very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important to you? (SIDIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Very important315.8
2) Somewhat important15.3
3) Not very important315.8
4) Not at all important1157.9
5) Don't know / No answer15.3
Missing383 
TOTAL19100.0
17) [USED FOR CHECKING STATE] What is your zip code? [99999=DON'T KNOW] (ZIPCODE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL40252786.74433247
18) Do you live in a city, a suburban community, a small town, or a rural area? (LIVEWH)
TOTAL%
1) City13533.6
2) Suburbs8621.4
3) Small town10125.1
4) Rural8019.9
TOTAL402100.0
19) [CODE THE GENDER OF RESPONDENT] (GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male17343.0
2) Female22957.0
TOTAL402100.0
20) [THIS VARIABLE IS COLLAPSED INTO CATEGORIES IN THE DATA SET AND IS CALLED GRADE.] How many years of school have you completed? [IF R SAYS MORE THAN 12, READ CHOICES 13 TO 15 IF NECESSARY] (EDUC)
TOTAL%
4) 4th grade10.2
7) 7th grade41.0
8) 8th grade20.5
9) 9th grade10.2
10) 10th grade82.0
11) 11th grade61.5
12) 12th grade (High school)11328.1
13) Some college (Two year degree)11428.4
14) 4 year college graduate9222.9
15) Advanced degree (MA, PhD, LLD, MD)6115.2
TOTAL402100.0
21) [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER OR MIXED" ARE CODED IN DATASET AS OTHRACE. IN THE DATASHEET RACE94 IS RECODED INTO THE VARIABLE RACE.] What race do you consider yourself? (RACE94)
TOTAL%
1) White / Caucasian32380.3
2) Black164.0
3) African-American92.2
5) Native American / American Indian30.7
6) Asian / Oriental92.2
7) Other or mixed (Specify)317.7
8) No answer112.7
TOTAL402100.0
22) [THIS VARIABLE WAS CALLED RELIG PRIOR TO THE SPRING 1999 ADMINISTRATION OF THIS POLL. CATEGORIES INCREASED FROM 6 TO 10 IN FALL 1999.] How often do you attend church or other religious services? (RELIGF99)
TOTAL%
0) Never8019.9
1) Less than once or twice a year338.2
2) About once or twice a year4210.4
3) Several times a year4110.2
4) About once a month297.2
5) Two to three times a month369.0
6) Nearly every week102.5
7) Every week10325.6
8) Several times a week225.5
9) Don't know / No answer61.5
TOTAL402100.0
23) [ASKED IF RELIGF99= "NEVER" OR RELIGF99= "DON'T KNOW / NO ANSWER"] Did you, yourself, happen to attend religious services in the past seven days? (RELATT7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15347.5
2) No16852.2
3) Not sure / Refused10.3
Missing80 
TOTAL322100.0
24) How important would you say your religious faith is in your own life these days: Extremely important, very important, somewhat important, or not important? (RELIGIMP)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely important12932.1
2) Very important12230.3
3) Somewhat important9523.6
4) Not important4711.7
5) Don't know / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
25) [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "SOME OTHER RELIGION" AND PASSED THE SCREEN IN RELAFCHK ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHRELAF.] What is your religious affiliation: Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (RELAFFL)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant18245.3
2) Catholic11929.6
3) Jewish153.7
4) Some other religion (Specify)369.0
5) No religion (Not religious / Agnostic / Atheist)297.2
6) Christian or just a Christian (Volunteered)123.0
7) Don't know / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
26) [ASKED IF RELAFFL= "NO RELIGION" ONLY] Do you consider yourself to be an agnostic, an atheist, or just not religious? (NORELIG)
TOTAL%
1) Agnostic413.8
2) Atheist310.3
3) Just not religious1862.1
4) Don't know / No answer413.8
Missing373 
TOTAL29100.0
27) What other religion are you? [Interviewer marks YES if the response includes any of the following words: Anglican; Adventist; Apostolic; Assembly of God; Baptist; Bible; Born-Again; Christ / Christian; Church of God; Episcopalian; Greek / Serb Orthodox; Holiness; Lutheran; Methodist; Nazarene; Non-Denominational; Pentecostal; Presbyterian; Prophetic; Quaker / Friends; Seventh-Day Adventist] [Note: This is a filter to make sure that a verbatim "some other religion" answer is only taken from non-Protestants. Interviewers see this screen only if respondents answered "some other religion" to RELAFFL. If the interviewer codes this question as "yes," the Respondent is recoded as "Protestant" in #28. If the interviewer codes "no," then a verbatim response is taken.] (RELAFCHK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4857.1
2) No3642.9
Missing318 
TOTAL84100.0
28) [RANDOMLY ASSIGNED TO HALF OF RESPONDENTS IN WHICH RELAFFL=JEWISH, OR RELAFFL=NO RELIGION, OR RELAFFL=CHRISTIAN OR JUST A CHRISTIAN.] People have told us that they have various ways of knowing how God wants them to live. For you, personally, would you say the most important way that you know how God wants you to live is 1) from church teachings, 2) from the Bible, 3) through human reason, 4) through the Holy Spirit, or 5) do you just know in your heart? (RELAUTH1)
TOTAL%
1) Church teachings106.6
2) The Bible3120.5
3) Through human reason1811.9
4) The Holy Spirit149.3
5) Just know in heart6140.4
6) Other (Specify)117.3
7) Don't know / No answer64.0
Missing251 
TOTAL151100.0
29) [RANDOMLY ASSIGNED TO HALF OF RESPONDENTS IN WHICH RELAFFL=JEWISH, OR RELAFFL=NO RELIGION, OR RELAFFL=CHRISTIAN OR JUST A CHRISTIAN.] People have told us that they have various ways of knowing how God wants them to live. For you, personally, would you say the most important way that you know how God wants you to live is 1) you just know in your heart, 2) through the Holy Spirit, 3) through human reason, 4) from the Bible, or 5) from church teachings? (RELAUTH2)
TOTAL%
1) Just know in heart7143.8
2) The Holy Spirit2113.0
3) Through human reason127.4
4) The Bible2414.8
5) Church teachings74.3
6) Other (Specify)1911.7
7) Don't know / No answer84.9
Missing240 
TOTAL162100.0
30) [ASKED IF RELIGF99= "ABOUT ONCE A MONTH", OR "2 TO 3 TIMES A MONTH", OR "NEARLY EVERY WEEK", OR "EVERY WEEK", OR "SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK".] Though hard to know for sure, would you say that R's race the worship service you normally attend at your place of worship? (WSHPRACE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, more than 80%15779.3
2) No, less than or equal to 80%3316.7
3) Don't know / No answer84.0
Missing204 
TOTAL198100.0
31) [ASKED IF WSHPRACE="LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 80%" ONLY] About what percent of the people who attend the same worship service that you normally attend would you say are [R's race, taken from RACE94]? (PCNTRSRC)
TOTAL%
1) 139.1
5) 513.0
20) 2013.0
30) 3013.0
33) 3326.1
40) 40412.1
50) 501133.3
60) 60618.2
65) 6526.1
75) 7513.0
81) Don't know / No answer13.0
Missing369 
TOTAL33100.0
32) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "METHODIST" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHMETH.] Is that the United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Free Methodist Church, or some other Methodist group? (DMETHDST)
TOTAL%
2) African Methodist Episcopal Zion14.8
4) United Methodist1885.7
5) Other (Specify)14.8
6) Don't know / Just Methodist14.8
Missing381 
TOTAL21100.0
33) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "PRESBYTERIAN" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHPRESB.] Is that the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., the Presbyterian Church in America, the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, or some other Presbyterian group? (DPRESBY)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC)19.1
4) Presbyterian Church in the USA (PCUSA)545.5
6) Don't know / Just Presbyterian545.5
Missing391 
TOTAL11100.0
34) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "LUTHERAN" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHLUTHR.] Is that the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Synod, or some other Lutheran group? (DLUTHRAN)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA; formerly the Lutheran Church in America, American Lutheran Church)1335.1
2) Missouri Synod821.6
3) Wisconsin Synod25.4
4) Other (Specify)616.2
5) Don't know / Just Lutheran821.6
Missing365 
TOTAL37100.0
35) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "BRETHREN" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHBRETH.] Is that the Church of the Brethren, the Plymouth Brethren, United Brethren in Christ, or some other Brethren group? (DBRETHEN)
TOTAL%
1) Church of the Brethren1100.0
Missing401 
TOTAL1100.0
36) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "CONGREGATIONALIST" TO DENOM.] Is that the United Church of Christ or just a Congregational church? (DUCC)
TOTAL%
1) United Church of Christ (UCC)240.0
2) Just Congregational360.0
Missing397 
TOTAL5100.0
37) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "CHRISTIAN" OR "JUST CHRISTIAN" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHCHRST.] When you say "Christian," does that mean the denomination called the "Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)," or some other Christian denomination, or do you mean to say "I am just a Christian?" (DDISCIPL)
TOTAL%
2) Just a Christian990.0
3) Other Christian Denomination (Specify)110.0
Missing392 
TOTAL10100.0
38) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "CHURCH(ES) OF CHRIST" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHCHCHR.] Is that the Church of Christ or the United Church of Christ? (DCHRIST)
TOTAL%
1) Church(es) of Christ375.0
3) Other (Specify)125.0
Missing398 
TOTAL4100.0
39) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "CHURCH OF GOD" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHCOGOD.] Is that the Church of God of Anderson, Indiana; the Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee; the Church of God in Christ; or some other Church of God? (DCHGOD)
TOTAL%
1) Anderson, IN1100.0
Missing401 
TOTAL1100.0
40) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "ANABAPTIST" TO DENOM.] What kind of Anabaptist church is that? [IF PROMPTS ARE NEEDED, USE THE FOLLOWING:] What is it called exactly? Is that part of a larger church or denomination? What is that church called? (DANABAPT)
TOTAL%
7) Don't know; Just Anabaptist3100.0
Missing399 
TOTAL3100.0
41) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "JUST PROTESTANT" TO DENOM. RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES, IT DOES" WERE THEN ASKED DENOM AGAIN.] Does your church have any denominational affiliation at all? (DANY)
TOTAL%
2) No, it doesnt1100.0
Missing401 
TOTAL1100.0
42) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "INDEPENDENT" OR "NON / INTER-DENOMINATIONAL" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHINDEP.] Is that an Independent Fundamentalist Church, Independent Charismatic Church, Independent Pentecostal Church, Independent Evangelical Church, or what? (DINDEP)
TOTAL%
1) Independent Fundamentalist116.7
4) Independent Evangelical116.7
5) Other (Specify)116.7
6) Don't know / Just Independent350.0
Missing396 
TOTAL6100.0
43) [ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "PROTESTANT" OR "CHRISTIAN OR JUST A CHRISTIAN" TO RELAFFL AND DID NOT ANSWER "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE", "CATHOLIC", "ROMAN CATHOLIC", OR "NOT RELIGIOUS" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATASET AS OTHRELID.] When it comes to your religious faith, would you say you are Pentecostal, Fundamentalist, Evangelical, Mainline Protestant, or theologically liberal? (RELID97S)
TOTAL%
1) Pentecostal167.0
2) Fundamentalist146.2
3) Evangelical2511.0
4) Mainline Protestant4017.6
5) Theologically liberal5122.5
6) Other (Specify)83.5
7) None of the above3013.2
8) Don't know / No answer4318.9
Missing175 
TOTAL227100.0
44) [ASKED OF THOSE WHO ANSWERED "CATHOLIC" TO RELAFFL AND OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "CATHOLIC" OR "ROMAN CATHOLIC" TO DENOM. OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER" ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHCATH.] Do you consider yourself a traditionalist Catholic, a progressive Catholic, or none of these? (RELCATH)
TOTAL%
1) Traditionalist3327.5
2) Progressive3125.8
3) None of these5041.7
4) Other (Specify)21.7
5) Don't know / No answer43.3
Missing282 
TOTAL120100.0
45) Are you currently (MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married21353.0
2) Divorced4410.9
3) Separated92.2
4) Widowed297.2
5) Have you never been married?10024.9
6) No answer71.7
TOTAL402100.0
46) Are you a parent? [IF RESPONDENT SAYS THEY ARE A STEP-PARENT CODE AS YES.] (PARENT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28370.4
2) No11929.6
TOTAL402100.0
47) Last week were you primarily: (EMPLOYED)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time24360.4
2) Working part-time328.0
3) Going to school225.5
4) Keeping house276.7
5) Retired5814.4
6) Unemployed61.5
7) Or what?133.2
8) No answer10.2
TOTAL402100.0
48) [ASKED IF EMPLOYED= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did you work at all jobs? (WKLSTWK)
TOTAL%
0) 051.8
6) 620.7
8) 810.4
10) 1020.7
12) 1210.4
14) 1410.4
15) 1510.4
18) 1810.4
20) 2062.2
21) 2110.4
24) 2431.1
25) 2531.1
27) 2710.4
30) 3051.8
32) 3251.8
33) 3310.4
34) 3410.4
35) 35103.6
36) 3631.1
37) 3741.5
38) 3820.7
40) 408330.2
42) 4231.1
43) 4310.4
44) 4431.1
45) 452910.5
46) 4641.5
48) 4862.2
50) 503211.6
51) 5110.4
52) 5231.1
53) 5310.4
55) 5531.1
56) 5620.7
60) 60238.4
67) 6710.4
70) 7082.9
72) 7210.4
75) 7510.4
80) 8051.8
105) 10510.4
120) 12010.4
126) 12610.4
140) 14020.7
999) Don't know / No answer10.4
Missing127 
TOTAL275100.0
49) [ASKED IF EMPLOYED= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did you work at night, that is between 6 PM in the evening and 6 AM in the morning? (NITESHFT)
TOTAL%
0) 015255.5
1) 131.1
2) 262.2
3) 393.3
4) 4114.0
5) 5103.6
6) 672.6
8) 8114.0
9) 920.7
10) 1093.3
12) 1251.8
14) 1431.1
15) 1551.8
18) 1820.7
20) 2093.3
21) 2110.4
24) 2420.7
25) 2520.7
28) 2820.7
30) 3031.1
32) 3210.4
35) 3510.4
36) 3620.7
40) 4041.5
45) 4510.4
48) 4810.4
50) 5020.7
52) 5210.4
60) 6010.4
70) 7020.7
84) 8410.4
99) Don't know / No answer31.1
Missing128 
TOTAL274100.0
50) [ASKED IF EMPLOYED= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did you work on Saturday or Sunday? (WORKWEEK)
TOTAL%
0) 016059.0
1) 131.1
2) 251.8
3) 310.4
4) 4114.1
5) 541.5
6) 6134.8
7) 720.7
8) 83011.1
9) 920.7
10) 1062.2
11) 1120.7
12) 1262.2
14) 1410.4
16) 1693.3
20) 2041.5
23) 2310.4
24) 2472.6
26) 2610.4
28) 2810.4
30) 3010.4
99) Don't know / No answer10.4
Missing131 
TOTAL271100.0
51) [ASKED ONLY IF "MARRIED" TO MARITAL.] What about your wife's / husband's working status? (HWEMPLOY)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time13161.5
2) Working part-time167.5
3) Going to school73.3
4) Keeping house146.6
5) Retired3516.4
6) Unemployed52.3
7) Or what?31.4
8) No answer20.9
Missing189 
TOTAL213100.0
52) [ASKED IF HWEMPLOY= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY AND MARITAL= "MARRIED" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did your [wife / husband] work at all of his/her jobs? (HWWKLST)
TOTAL%
0) 010.7
8) 810.7
10) 1021.4
12) 1210.7
14) 1410.7
15) 1521.4
16) 1610.7
20) 2032.0
24) 2410.7
25) 2510.7
30) 3021.4
35) 3510.7
36) 3621.4
40) 406443.5
42) 4210.7
43) 4310.7
45) 4574.8
48) 4853.4
50) 501912.9
55) 5521.4
60) 601510.2
65) 6521.4
70) 7042.7
72) 7210.7
80) 8032.0
999) Don't know / No answer42.7
Missing255 
TOTAL147100.0
53) [ASKED IF HWEMPLOY= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY AND MARITAL= "MARRIED" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did your [wife / husband] work at night, that is between 6 PM in the evening and 6 AM in the morning? (HWNTSHFT)
TOTAL%
0) 08055.9
1) 110.7
2) 242.8
3) 364.2
4) 442.8
5) 532.1
6) 621.4
7) 721.4
8) 853.5
10) 1053.5
12) 1221.4
14) 1410.7
15) 1542.8
20) 2021.4
24) 2421.4
25) 2521.4
30) 3032.1
36) 3621.4
40) 4074.9
45) 4510.7
48) 4832.1
99) Don't know / No answer21.4
Missing259 
TOTAL143100.0
54) [ASKED IF HWEMPLOY= "WORKING FULL-TIME" OR "WORKING PART-TIME" ONLY AND MARITAL= "MARRIED" ONLY.] Last week, how many hours did your [wife or husband] work on Saturday or Sunday? (HWWKWEEK)
TOTAL%
0) 08761.7
2) 232.1
3) 342.8
4) 421.4
5) 553.5
6) 610.7
7) 710.7
8) 8128.5
9) 910.7
10) 1042.8
12) 1275.0
13) 1310.7
14) 1410.7
15) 1510.7
16) 1642.8
20) 2032.1
24) 2421.4
25) 2510.7
99) Don't know / No answer10.7
Missing261 
TOTAL141100.0
55) [THIS VARIABLE IS CALLED INCOME PRIOR TO THE SPRING 1999. CATEGORIES INCREASED FROM 8 TO 9.] I am going to read you a list of income categories. Please stop me when a category best describes your total household income before taxes: (INCOMEF9)
TOTAL%
1) Less than $20,0004410.9
2) $20,000 up to $29,9995313.2
3) $30,000 up to $39,9994811.9
4) $40,000 up to $49,9995112.7
5) $50,000 up to $59,999358.7
6) $60,000 up to $69,999256.2
7) $70,000 up to $79,999164.0
8) More than 80,0005814.4
9) No answer7217.9
TOTAL402100.0
56) [NOT ASKED IF RACE94= "NATIVE AMERICAN / INDIAN." THESE RESPONDENTS WERE RECODED AS "YES" FOR THAT QUESTION IN THE FINAL DATA SET.] As far as you know, were any of your ancestors American Indians? (AMERINDN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, were9824.4
2) No, were not28871.6
3) Don't know164.0
TOTAL402100.0
57) Are you of Hispanic origin? (HISPANIC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, Hispanic235.7
2) No, not Hispanic37392.8
3) Don't know / No answer61.5
TOTAL402100.0
58) How many people under 18 live in this house? [ENTER 11 IF MORE THAN 10; ENTER 12 IF REFUSED.] (CHILD18)
TOTAL%
0) None23358.0
1) One7017.4
2) Two6516.2
3) Three225.5
4) Four82.0
5) Five30.7
7) Seven10.2
TOTAL402100.0
59) How many of those are under 12 years old? [ENTER 11 IF MORE THAN 10; ENTER 12 IF REFUSED.] (CHILD12)
TOTAL%
0) None3621.3
1) One6840.2
2) Two5029.6
3) Three116.5
4) Four42.4
Missing233 
TOTAL169100.0
60) Including yourself, how many people 18 or older live at this telephone number? [ENTER 11 IF MORE THAN 10; ENTER 12 IF REFUSED.] (PEOPLE)
TOTAL%
1) One10125.1
2) Two21353.0
3) Three5413.4
4) Four287.0
5) Five30.7
6) Six20.5
12) Refused10.2
TOTAL402100.0
61) Regardless of how you vote, when it comes to national politics, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? (PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Republican12029.9
2) Democrat13533.6
3) Independent8621.4
4) Other276.7
5) Don't know / No answer348.5
TOTAL402100.0
62) [IF PARTYID= "DEMOCRAT"] Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not very strong Democrat? (STRDEM)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat5238.5
2) Not very strong Democrat7757.0
3) Don't know / No answer64.4
Missing267 
TOTAL135100.0
63) IF PARTYID= "REPUBLICAN"] Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not very strong Republican? (STRREP)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican5344.2
2) Not very strong Republican5949.2
3) Don't know / No answer86.7
Missing282 
TOTAL120100.0
64) [IF PARTYID= "INDEPENDENT"] Do you usually think of yourself as closer to the Republican party or as closer to the Democratic party? (INDEP)
TOTAL%
1) Closer to Republican party2124.4
2) Closer to Democratic party3844.2
3) Don't know / No answer / Neither2731.4
Missing316 
TOTAL86100.0
65) In general, when it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as a liberal, a conservative, a moderate, or what? (LIBCON)
TOTAL%
1) Liberal9222.9
2) Moderate (Middle of the road)12631.3
3) Conservative10325.6
4) Never think of self in these terms (No preference)317.7
5) Don't know338.2
6) No answer164.0
7) R insists that he/she has no understanding of these terms10.2
TOTAL402100.0
66) [IF LIBCON = "LIBERAL"] Do you think of yourself as a strong liberal, or a not very strong liberal? (STRLIB)
TOTAL%
1) Strong liberal3841.3
2) Not very strong liberal4650.0
3) Don't know88.7
Missing310 
TOTAL92100.0
67) [IF LIBCON = "CONSERVATIVE"] Do you think of yourself as a strong conservative, or a not very strong conservative? (STRCON)
TOTAL%
1) Strong conservative4745.6
2) Not very strong conservative4745.6
3) Don't know65.8
4) No answer32.9
Missing299 
TOTAL103100.0
68) [IF LIBCON = "MODERATE"] Do you think of yourself as more like a liberal, or more like a conservative? (MODERATE)
TOTAL%
1) More liberal4535.7
2) Neither / R refuses to choose129.5
3) More conservative6652.4
4) Don't know32.4
Missing276 
TOTAL126100.0
69) If you could live anywhere in the United States that you wanted to, which state would you choose? (FAVSTATE)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama10.2
2) Alaska51.2
3) Arizona194.7
4) Arkansas10.2
5) California5513.7
6) Colorado256.2
7) Connecticut30.7
8) Delaware20.5
9) D.C.10.2
10) Florida143.5
11) Georgia61.5
12) Hawaii123.0
13) Idaho20.5
14) Illinois41.0
15) Indiana20.5
16) Iowa30.7
17) Kansas30.7
18) Kentucky30.7
20) Maine51.2
21) Maryland71.7
22) Massachusetts153.7
23) Michigan133.2
24) Minnesota123.0
26) Missouri41.0
27) Montana133.2
28) Nebraska20.5
29) Nevada61.5
30) New Hampshire10.2
31) New Jersey71.7
32) New Mexico41.0
33) New York246.0
34) North Carolina82.0
35) North Dakota20.5
36) Ohio102.5
37) Oklahoma10.2
38) Oregon92.2
39) Pennsylvania174.2
40) Rhode Island10.2
41) South Carolina10.2
42) South Dakota20.5
43) Tennessee20.5
44) Texas51.2
45) Utah61.5
46) Vermont20.5
47) Virginia92.2
48) Washington174.2
49) West Virginia30.7
50) Wisconsin112.7
51) Wyoming30.7
52) Don't know194.7
TOTAL402100.0
70) Do you, yourself, ever have occasion to use alcoholic beverages such as liquor, wine, or beer—or are you a total abstainer? (DRINK)
TOTAL%
1) Total abstainer12130.1
2) Drink28069.7
3) Refused to answer10.2
TOTAL402100.0
71) Do you happen to have any guns or revolvers in your home? (HAVEGUN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13934.6
2) No25362.9
3) Don't know / No answer102.5
TOTAL402100.0
72) [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES ARE STORED AS OHERO IN THE DATASET.] What man or woman that you have heard or read about, living today in any part of the world, do you admire the most? (HERO)
TOTAL%
1) Record exact answer20049.8
2) Don't know / Can't say / No answer20250.2
TOTAL402100.0
73) [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED A DETAILED COLLEGE NAME ARE STORED AS OFAVCOLL IN THE DATASET.] If you had a child of college age who could enter any college or university in the United States and you had enough money so that wasn't a problem, which college would you most want your child to attend? (FAVCOLLG)
TOTAL%
1) Record exact answer, if a college is named29172.4
2) It depends on the child / Wherever child wants to go / Up to child5212.9
3) Don't know / Can?t say / No answer5914.7
TOTAL402100.0
74) In your opinion, should it be legal or not legal for homosexuals to marry? (HOMOLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Legal14235.3
2) Illegal19147.5
3) Don't know / No answer6917.2
TOTAL402100.0
75) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "LEGAL" TO HOMOLAW.] Is your view that homosexual marriage should be legal based at all on your religious beliefs, such as what the Bible or church teaches? (RELRSNL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes117.7
2) No12688.7
3) Don't know / No answer53.5
Missing260 
TOTAL142100.0
76) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES" TO RELRSNL.] Would you say that your religious beliefs are one of several reasons you think that homosexual marriage should be legal, or the only reason you think that homosexual marriage should be legal? (LRELONLY)
TOTAL%
1) One of several763.6
2) The only reason19.1
3) Don't know / No answer327.3
Missing391 
TOTAL11100.0
77) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "ILLEGAL" TO HOMOLAW.] Is your view that homosexual marriage should not be legal based at all on your religious beliefs, such as what the Bible or church teaches? (RELRSNNL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13369.6
2) No5629.3
3) Don't know / No answer21.0
Missing211 
TOTAL191100.0
78) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ANSWERED "YES" TO RELRSNNL.] Would you say your religious beliefs are one of several reasons you think that homosexual marriage should not be legal, or the only reason you think that homosexual marriage should not be legal? (NRELONLY)
TOTAL%
1) One of several8664.7
2) The only reason4433.1
3) Don't know / No answer32.3
Missing269 
TOTAL133100.0
79) [JESUS, LIFEAFTR, BIBLEPD, AND RELIGEXP ARE ONE GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] I believe that Jesus is the son of God. (JESUS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree34385.3
2) Disagree399.7
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer205.0
TOTAL402100.0
80) [JESUS, LIFEAFTR, BIBLEPD, AND RELIGEXP ARE ONE GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] I believe that there is life after death. (LIFEAFTR)
TOTAL%
1) Agree31478.1
2) Disagree6014.9
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer287.0
TOTAL402100.0
81) [JESUS, LIFEAFTR, BIBLEPD, AND RELIGEXP ARE ONE GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] The Bible predicts major changes for the world in the year 2000. (BIBLEPD)
TOTAL%
1) Agree12130.1
2) Disagree22255.2
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer5914.7
TOTAL402100.0
82) [JESUS, LIFEAFTR, BIBLEPD, AND RELIGEXP ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] I've had at least one religious experience - that is, a particularly powerful religious insight or awakening that changed the direction of my life. (RELIGEXP)
TOTAL%
1) Agree19247.8
2) Disagree19949.5
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer112.7
TOTAL402100.0
83) [LOOKDWN, DISLIKE, AND NOTFAIR ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] Most non-Southerners look down on Southerners. (LOOKDWN)
TOTAL%
1) Agree6816.9
2) Disagree28871.6
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer4611.4
TOTAL402100.0
84) [LOOKDWN, DISLIKE, AND NOTFAIR ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] Most non-Southerners dislike Southerners. (DISLIKE)
TOTAL%
1) Agree328.0
2) Disagree31778.9
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer5313.2
TOTAL402100.0
85) [LOOKDWN, DISLIKE, AND NOTFAIR ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] Books and magazine articles about the South play up its bad points and don?t give a fair picture. (NOTFAIR)
TOTAL%
1) Agree10225.4
2) Disagree20150.0
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer9924.6
TOTAL402100.0
86) [GUNPERM AND AUTHGUN ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] People should be required to obtain a police permit before they can buy a gun. (GUNPERM)
TOTAL%
1) Agree31778.9
2) Disagree7719.2
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer82.0
TOTAL402100.0
87) [GUNPERM AND AUTHGUN ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS.] Only the police and other authorized persons should be allowed to have handguns. (AUTHGUN)
TOTAL%
1) Agree16641.3
2) Disagree21553.5
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer215.2
TOTAL402100.0
88) There should be a law forbidding the sale of all beer, wine, and liquor throughout the nation. (DRYUS)
TOTAL%
1) Agree4210.4
2) Disagree34886.6
3) Don't know / Can't say / No answer123.0
TOTAL402100.0
89) Next, we have some questions about how much time people spend at home. We're going to ask you about how much time you spent at home yesterday. We're purposely asking about only one day so as not to interfere too much with your privacy. We'll summarize this information across all of the people we talk to in order to get a general picture of how much time people spend at home these days. So, thinking about yesterday, of the 24 hours between midnight the day before yesterday and midnight last night, about how many hours did you spend away from the house or apartment where this telephone is located? (TIME24)
TOTAL%
0) 0328.0
1) 1112.7
2) 2215.2
3) 3225.5
4) 4317.7
5) 5205.0
6) 6266.5
7) 782.0
8) 8348.5
9) 9153.7
10) 104811.9
11) 1182.0
12) 12399.7
13) 1361.5
14) 14184.5
15) 15112.7
16) 16143.5
17) 1741.0
18) 1871.7
19) 1910.2
20) 2041.0
22) 2210.2
23) 2320.5
24) 24153.7
99) Don't know / No answer41.0
TOTAL402100.0
90) Of the 12 hours between 10 AM yesterday morning and 10 PM yesterday evening, about how many hours did you spend away from the house or apartment where this telephone is located? (TIME12)
TOTAL%
0) 0164.4
1) 1154.1
2) 2318.5
3) 3318.5
4) 4308.2
5) 5297.9
6) 64512.3
7) 7164.4
8) 84612.6
9) 9184.9
10) 10318.5
11) 1171.9
12) 124712.8
99) Don't know / No answer41.1
Missing36 
TOTAL366100.0
91) Please think about where you ate your evening meals each day last week and tell me how many days last week you ate your evening meal at home? [INTERVIEWER: IF R ASKS WHETHER GETTING TAKEOUT OR DELIVERY AND EATING AT HOME COUNTS, IT DOES. WE WANT TO KNOW WHERE THEY ATE, NOT WHERE THE FOOD WAS PREPARED.] (EATATHM)
TOTAL%
0) None307.5
1) One102.5
2) Two164.0
3) Three287.0
4) Four4912.2
5) Five7819.4
6) Six4811.9
7) Seven13934.6
9) Don't know / No answer41.0
TOTAL402100.0
92) In the last twelve months, about how many weeks did you spend away from home for vacation, travel, work or other reasons? (WKSAWAY)
TOTAL%
0) 08821.9
1) 15212.9
2) 27117.7
3) 35814.4
4) 4369.0
5) 5133.2
6) 6246.0
7) 782.0
8) 8123.0
9) 941.0
10) 10102.5
12) 1261.5
14) 1410.2
15) 1520.5
16) 1610.2
20) 2030.7
28) 2810.2
30) 3020.5
40) 4010.2
99) Refused / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
93) Have you heard of the Y2K, or Year 2000, computer problem? (Y2KHEARD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, have heard38996.8
2) No, have not heard123.0
3) Don't know / Not sure / No answer10.2
TOTAL402100.0
94) Have you made, or do you plan to make, any preparations for the Y2K problem? (Y2KPLANS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, have made preparations14838.0
2) No, have not made preparations23560.4
3) Don't know / Not sure / No answer61.5
Missing13 
TOTAL389100.0
95) For you personally, would you say that you expect the Y2K problem to cause no difficulties at all, only minor difficulties, serious difficulties, or a real disaster? (Y2KRESLT)
TOTAL%
1) No difficulties at all5413.9
2) Only minor difficulties30578.4
3) Serious difficulties194.9
4) A real disaster71.8
5) Don't know / No answer41.0
Missing13 
TOTAL389100.0
96) Now I have some questions about relationships between various groups of people and I'd like to know how you feel about these. Do you approve or disapprove of marriage between Whites and nonwhites? (MWHTNON)
TOTAL%
1) Approve30174.9
2) Disapprove6516.2
3) Depends (Volunteered)123.0
4) Don't know / No answer246.0
TOTAL402100.0
97) How about marriage between Jews and non-Jews do you approve or disapprove of those? (MJEWNON)
TOTAL%
1) Approve33884.1
2) Disapprove235.7
3) Depends (Volunteered)92.2
4) Don't know / No answer328.0
TOTAL402100.0
98) And marriage between Catholics and Protestants: do you approve or disapprove? (MCATHNON)
TOTAL%
1) Approve34686.1
2) Disapprove184.5
3) Depends (Volunteered)92.2
4) Don't know / No Answer297.2
TOTAL402100.0
99) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE WHITE] Would you, yourself, have any objection to sending your children to a school where more than half of the children are Black? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE CHILDREN OR CHILDREN ARE GROWN, ASK:] Well if you had school-aged children, would you have any objection to sending them to a school where more than half of the children are Black? (SCHBLK)
TOTAL%
1) Would object4413.6
2) Would not25879.9
3) Depends (Volunteered)113.4
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer103.1
Missing79 
TOTAL323100.0
100) [ASKED OF RESPONDENTS WHO ARE NON-WHITE:] Would you, yourself, have any objection to sending your children to a school where more than half of the children are White? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE CHILDREN OR CHILDREN ARE GROWN, ASK:] Well if you had school aged children, would you have any objection to sending them to a school where more than half of the children are White? (SCHWHT)
TOTAL%
1) Would object45.1
2) Would not7291.1
3) Depends [volunteered]11.3
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer22.5
Missing323 
TOTAL79100.0
101) [VOTEBLK, VOTEJEW, VOTECTH, AND VOTEWOM ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS. THE ORDER OF THIS QUESTION IS RECORDED IN VARIABLE ODVTBLK.] If your party nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Black, would you vote for that candidate? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A PARTY, SAY:] Well, if the major parties nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Black, would you vote for that candidate? [IF THEY STILL OBJECT TO THE QUESTION, CODE AS DON'T KNOW.] (VOTEBLK)
TOTAL%
1) Would vote for candidate37493.0
2) Would not vote for candidate112.7
3) Depends (Volunteered)82.0
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
102) [VOTEBLK, VOTEJEW, VOTECTH, AND VOTEWOM ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS. THE ORDER OF THIS QUESTION IS RECORDED IN VARIABLE ODVTBLK.] If your party nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Jewish, would you vote for that candidate? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A PARTY, SAY:] Well, if the major parties nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Jewish, would you vote for that candidate? [IF THEY STILL OBJECT TO THE QUESTION, CODE AS DON'T KNOW.] (VOTEJEW)
TOTAL%
1) Would vote for candidate37593.3
2) Would not vote for candidate61.5
3) Depends (Volunteered)92.2
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer123.0
TOTAL402100.0
103) [VOTEBLK, VOTEJEW, VOTECTH, AND VOTEWOM ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS. THE ORDER OF THIS QUESTION IS RECORDED IN VARIABLE ODVTBLK.] If your party nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Catholic, would you vote for that candidate? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A PARTY, SAY:] Well, if the major parties nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be Catholic, would you vote for that candidate? [IF THEY STILL OBJECT TO THE QUESTION, CODE AS DON'T KNOW.] (VOTECTH)
TOTAL%
1) Would vote for candidate37894.0
2) Would not vote for candidate41.0
3) Depends (Volunteered)112.7
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
104) [VOTEBLK, VOTEJEW, VOTECTH, AND VOTEWOM ARE A GROUP OF RANDOMLY ASSIGNED QUESTIONS. THE ORDER OF THIS QUESTION IS RECORDED IN VARIABLE ODVTBLK.] If your party nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be a woman, would you vote for that candidate? [INTERVIEWER: IF R SAYS THEY DON'T HAVE A PARTY, SAY:] Well, if the major parties nominated someone for president who was generally well qualified and happened to be a woman, would you vote for that candidate? [IF THEY STILL OBJECT TO THE QUESTION, CODE AS DON'T KNOW.] (VOTEWOM)
TOTAL%
1) Would vote for candidate37192.3
2) Would not vote for candidate123.0
3) Depends (Volunteered)102.5
4) Don't know / Can't say / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
105) [THIS IS THE QUESTION THAT ALTERNATES FALL AND SPRING. FALL VERSION, CALLED INDEPSOU. SPRING VERSION CALLED NOTSEP.] Do you agree or disagree that: if it could be done without war, the South would be better off as a separate country today? (INDEPSOU)
TOTAL%
1) Agree235.7
2) Disagree33984.3
3) Don't know / No answer4010.0
TOTAL402100.0
106) Some of the questions on this survey will be used by researchers who are studying American religion. Would you be willing to have a researcher call you back to see if you would be willing to discuss some of these matters in greater detail? (CALLBACK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes17443.3
2) No22656.2
3) No answer20.5
TOTAL402100.0
107) [INTERVIEWER: DO YOU THINK THIS PERSON WOULD BE GOOD TO CALL BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION? (WAS THIS A GOOD INTERVIEW?)] (GOODINT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29673.6
2) No10626.4
TOTAL402100.0
108) [INTERVIEWER: CODE RESPONDENT'S ACCENT] (ACCENTS)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Southern accent41.0
2) Detectable Southern accent, but not strong133.2
3) No Southern accent38495.8
Missing1 
TOTAL401100.0
109) RESPONDENT NUMBER AGAIN (RESP3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4025763.714463
110) VERIFY RESPONDENT NUMBER AGAIN (RESP4)
TOTAL%
5059) 111.1
5095) 111.1
5138) 111.1
5235) 111.1
5708) 111.1
5798) 111.1
6053) 111.1
6467) 111.1
6496) 111.1
Missing393 
TOTAL9100.0
111) VERIFY THE STATE OF THE RESPONDENT YOU INTERVIEWED. (STCHK1)
TOTAL%
3) Arizona143.5
5) California5914.7
6) Colorado92.2
7) Connecticut61.5
8) Delaware41.0
13) Idaho30.7
14) Illinois215.2
15) Indiana102.5
16) Iowa61.5
17) Kansas82.0
20) Maine20.5
21) Maryland102.5
22) Massachusetts246.0
23) Michigan194.7
24) Minnesota174.2
26) Missouri82.0
27) Montana30.7
28) Nebraska51.2
29) Nevada20.5
31) New Jersey153.7
32) New Mexico51.2
33) New York4210.4
35) North Dakota41.0
36) Ohio235.7
38) Oregon102.5
39) Pennsylvania276.7
40) Rhode Island30.7
42) South Dakota10.2
45) Utah41.0
46) Vermont10.2
48) Washington184.5
49) West Virginia41.0
50) Wisconsin153.7
TOTAL402100.0
112) PLEASE ENTER THE CODE FOR THE RESPONDENT'S COUNTY BELOW. IF DON'T KNOW OR REFUSED ENTER 999. IF THE COUNTY IS NOT ON LIST, ENTER 998. IF R GAVE A CITY OR TOWNSHIP, ENTER 997. (COUNTY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL38193.682189
113) DATE OF POLL: MMDD (DATE)
TOTAL%
922) 51.2
923) 164.0
925) 143.5
926) 164.0
927) 164.0
928) 102.5
929) 82.0
930) 92.2
1002) 82.0
1003) 82.0
1004) 194.7
1005) 92.2
1006) 92.2
1007) 71.7
1009) 143.5
1010) 92.2
1011) 92.2
1012) 133.2
1018) 51.2
1019) 205.0
1020) 174.2
1021) 71.7
1023) 112.7
1024) 30.7
1025) 112.7
1026) 71.7
1027) 123.0
1028) 30.7
1030) 71.7
1101) 194.7
1102) 153.7
1103) 92.2
1104) 51.2
1106) 41.0
1107) 41.0
1108) 82.0
1109) 41.0
1110) 51.2
1111) 61.5
1114) 61.5
1115) 61.5
1116) 71.7
1117) 20.5
TOTAL402100.0
114) TIME OF POLL: HHMM (TIMEINT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL402716.254212
115) [THIS VARIABLE IS USED TO CREATE INTGEN (THE INTERVIEWER'S GENDER), INTRACE (THE INTERVIEWER'S RACE), AND INTACC (INTERVIEWER'S ACCENT). (INTNUM)
TOTAL%
5) 71.7
7) 194.7
8) 123.0
9) 153.7
10) 20.5
11) 112.7
12) 20.5
13) 287.0
14) 184.5
17) 71.7
18) 61.5
19) 123.0
20) 256.2
21) 235.7
22) 256.2
23) 41.0
24) 205.0
25) 112.7
26) 266.5
27) 184.5
28) 133.2
29) 51.2
31) 112.7
32) 164.0
35) 215.2
40) 133.2
41) 133.2
50) 30.7
55) 102.5
58) 51.2
59) 10.2
TOTAL402100.0
116) ORDER TO ASK TO VOTE BLACK FOR PRESIDENT (ODVTBLK)
TOTAL%
1) 11729.1
2) 9924.6
3) 9323.1
4) 9222.9
5) 10.2
TOTAL402100.0
117) ORDER TO ASK VOTE JEWISH FOR PRESIDENT (ODVTJEW)
TOTAL%
1) 7919.7
2) 11328.1
3) 9523.6
4) 11127.6
5) 20.5
6) 20.5
TOTAL402100.0
118) ORDER TO ASK TO VOTE CATHOLIC FOR PRESIDENT (ODVTCTH)
TOTAL%
1) 10927.1
2) 9523.6
3) 9824.4
4) 9924.6
5) 10.2
TOTAL402100.0
119) ORDER TO ASK TO VOTE WOMAN FOR PRESIDENT (ODVTWOM)
TOTAL%
1) 9724.1
2) 9423.4
3) 11528.6
4) 9523.6
6) 10.2
TOTAL402100.0
120) TOTAL TIME (TOTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL402768.973332
121) INTERVIEW LENGTH IN MINUTES (MINUTES)
TOTAL%
0) 10.2
1) 30.7
3) 10.2
7) 10.2
8) 102.5
9) 369.0
10) 5714.2
11) 7318.2
12) 5613.9
13) 4511.2
14) 328.0
15) 266.5
16) 184.5
17) 71.7
18) 102.5
19) 51.2
20) 41.0
21) 20.5
22) 30.7
23) 10.2
24) 30.7
25) 10.2
26) 10.2
30) 10.2
31) 10.2
35) 10.2
36) 10.2
41) 10.2
86) 10.2
TOTAL402100.0
122) CHRISTIAN DENOMINATION (DENOM)
TOTAL%
10) Anabaptist31.3
12) Assembly of God41.7
13) Baptist3213.9
14) Brethren10.4
15) Catholic10.4
17) Christian or just Christian104.3
18) Christian and Missionary Alliance10.4
19) Christian Science10.4
20) Church(es) of Christ41.7
21) Church of God10.4
23) Congregationalist52.2
25) Episcopalian; Anglican; Church of England83.5
27) Evangelical Free Church20.9
31) Independent10.4
32) Jehovahs Witness31.3
33) Just Protestant10.4
34) Lutheran3716.1
35) Mennonite10.4
36) Methodist219.1
37) Mormon / Latter-day Saints62.6
38) Non / Inter-Denominational Protestant52.2
39) Pentecostal52.2
40) Presbyterian114.8
41) Quaker / Friends10.4
45) Unitarian-Universalist31.3
46) United Church of Christ (UCC)20.9
48) Other (Specify)2510.9
49) Don't know41.7
50) Refused52.2
51) Not religious / Atheist / Agnostic10.4
52) None (Not affiliated with a church)2510.9
Missing172 
TOTAL230100.0
123) Which Baptist denomination (DBAPTIST)
TOTAL%
10) American Baptist Association618.8
11) American Baptist USA26.3
19) Independent Baptist (No Denom Ties)515.6
25) Southern Baptist1443.8
26) Other13.1
27) Don't Know/Just Baptist412.5
Missing370 
TOTAL32100.0
124) Which Pentecostal denomination (DPENTE)
TOTAL%
10) Apostolic Pentecostal240.0
19) Pentecostal Church of God240.0
20) Pentecostal Holiness Church120.0
Missing397 
TOTAL5100.0
125) Age of respondent (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL40242.79418
126) Recode of age in categories (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 18 to 24 years old5413.4
2) 25 to 44 years old16841.8
3) 45 to 64 years old12029.9
4) 65 years or older5313.2
5) Don't know / Refused71.7
TOTAL402100.0
127) Respondent's race (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White32380.3
2) Black / African American256.2
3) Native American / American Indian30.7
4) Other4010.0
5) No answer112.7
TOTAL402100.0
128) Interview's length in categories (RCMIN)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 15 minutes31478.5
2) 15-19 minutes6616.5
3) 20-29 minutes153.8
4) 30 minutes or more51.3
Missing2 
TOTAL400100.0
129) Old code for US states (STATCALL)
TOTAL%
14) Delaware41.0
16) Maryland102.5
17) Missouri82.0
18) West Virginia41.0
20) Arizona143.5
21) California5914.7
22) Colorado92.2
23) Connecticut61.5
25) Idaho30.7
26) Illinois215.2
27) Indiana102.5
28) Iowa61.5
29) Kansas82.0
30) Maine20.5
31) Massachusetts246.0
32) Michigan194.7
33) Minnesota174.2
34) Montana30.7
35) Nebraska51.2
36) Nevada20.5
38) New Jersey153.7
39) New Mexico51.2
40) New York4210.4
41) North Dakota41.0
42) Ohio235.7
43) Oregon102.5
44) Pennsylvania276.7
45) Rhode Island30.7
46) South Dakota10.2
47) Utah41.0
48) Vermont10.2
49) Washington184.5
50) Wisconsin153.7
TOTAL402100.0
130) Recode of STATE16 to FIPS codes (STAT16FP)
TOTAL%
4) Arizona51.2
6) California399.7
8) Colorado92.2
9) Connecticut82.0
10) Delaware41.0
12) Florida41.0
16) Idaho30.7
17) Illinois194.7
18) Indiana82.0
19) Iowa61.5
20) Kansas92.2
21) Kentucky20.5
22) Louisiana10.2
23) Maine20.5
24) Maryland82.0
25) Massachusetts184.5
26) Michigan194.7
27) Minnesota194.7
29) Missouri82.0
30) Montana41.0
31) Nebraska82.0
34) New Jersey164.0
35) New Mexico41.0
36) New York4010.0
37) North Carolina30.7
38) North Dakota51.2
39) Ohio225.5
40) Oklahoma10.2
41) Oregon71.7
42) Pennsylvania276.7
44) Rhode Island30.7
46) South Dakota20.5
47) Tennessee10.2
48) Texas51.2
49) Utah51.2
50) Vermont10.2
51) Virginia20.5
53) Washington133.2
54) West Virginia41.0
55) Wisconsin143.5
56) Wyoming10.2
77) Foreign country225.5
Missing1 
TOTAL401100.0
131) Gallup Org. Regionalization (GALREG)
TOTAL%
2) New England369.0
3) East Central7318.2
4) West Central6415.9
5) Mountain States4010.0
6) Middle Atlantic10225.4
7) Pacific Coast8721.6
TOTAL402100.0
132) AJC Regionalization (AJCREGN)
TOTAL%
2) Northeast13834.3
3) Midwest13734.1
4) Far West12731.6
TOTAL402100.0
133) Educational attainment (GRADE)
TOTAL%
1) Less than Grade 971.7
2) Ninth to eleventh grade153.7
3) HS grad11328.1
4) Some college11428.4
5) College grad or more15338.1
TOTAL402100.0
134) Liberal / Conservative recode (LCRECODE)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Liberal389.5
2) Not Strong Liberal5413.4
3) Moderate Liberal4511.2
4) Moderate153.7
5) Moderate Conservative6616.4
6) Not Strong Conservative5613.9
7) Strong Conservative4711.7
8) No preference317.7
9) Don't know / No answer5012.4
TOTAL402100.0
135) Residence North / South (RESIDENT)
TOTAL%
1) South195.0
2) Border246.3
3) Non-South33688.7
Missing23 
TOTAL379100.0
136) Regional recode: State of residence (WHSTATE)
TOTAL%
2) Border266.5
3) Non-South37693.5
TOTAL402100.0
137) Recode for party identification (PIDRCODE)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat5212.9
2) Not very strong Democrat8320.6
3) Independent, close to Democrats389.5
4) Independent276.7
5) Independent, close to Republicans215.2
6) Not very strong Republican6716.7
7) Strong Republican5313.2
8) Other party276.7
9) Don't know / No answer348.5
TOTAL402100.0
138) States FIPS codes (STATEFPS)
TOTAL%
4) Arizona143.5
6) California5914.7
8) Colorado92.2
9) Connecticut61.5
10) Delaware41.0
16) Idaho30.7
17) Illinois215.2
18) Indiana102.5
19) Iowa61.5
20) Kansas82.0
23) Maine20.5
24) Maryland102.5
25) Massachusetts246.0
26) Michigan194.7
27) Minnesota174.2
29) Missouri82.0
30) Montana30.7
31) Nebraska51.2
32) Nevada20.5
34) New Jersey153.7
35) New Mexico51.2
36) New York4210.4
38) North Dakota41.0
39) Ohio235.7
41) Oregon102.5
42) Pennsylvania276.7
44) Rhode Island30.7
46) South Dakota10.2
49) Utah41.0
50) Vermont10.2
53) Washington184.5
54) West Virginia41.0
55) Wisconsin153.7
TOTAL402100.0
139) State-county FIPS codes (numeric) (ST_CNTY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL36627283.4114939
140) RESPONDENT'S RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE RECODE OF DENOM AND RELAFFL (FAITH97X)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist328.0
2) Methodist215.2
3) Lutheran379.2
4) Presbyterian112.7
5) Episcopalian82.0
6) Church of Christ61.5
7) Other Protestant8019.9
8) Catholic12029.9
9) Jewish153.7
10) Other338.2
11) None307.5
12) Don't know / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
141) RELIGIOUS PREFERENCE RECODE DENOM AND RELAFFL (FAITH)
TOTAL%
1) Mainline Protestant11528.6
2) Other Protestant8019.9
3) Catholic12029.9
4) Jewish153.7
5) Other338.2
6) None307.5
7) Don't know / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
142) MOST IMPORTANT WAY YOU KNOW HOW GOD WANTS YOU TO LIVE (RELAUTH)
TOTAL%
1) Church teachings175.4
2) The Bible5517.6
3) Through human reason309.6
4) The Holy Spirit3511.2
5) Just know in heart13242.2
6) Other (Specify)309.6
7) Don't know / No answer144.5
Missing89 
TOTAL313100.0
143) WHAT % PEOPLE ATTENDING R'S WORSHIP SERVICE ARE R'S RACE (OPCNTRSR)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 10%412.1
3) 20-29%13.0
4) 30-39%39.1
5) 40-49%412.1
6) 50-59%1133.3
7) 60-69%824.2
8) 70-80%13.0
9) Don't know / No answer13.0
Missing369 
TOTAL33100.0
144) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID YOU WORK AT ALL JOBS? (OWKLSTWK)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour51.8
1) 1-9 hours31.1
2) 10-19 hours62.2
3) 20-29 hours145.1
4) 30-39 hours3111.3
5) 40-49 hours12946.9
6) 50-59 hours4215.3
7) 60 or more hours4416.0
8) Don't know / No answer10.4
Missing127 
TOTAL275100.0
145) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID YOU WORK AT NIGHT BETWEEN 6 PM IN THE EVENING AND 6 AM IN THE MORNING? (ONITESHF)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour15255.5
1) 1-9 hours5921.5
2) 10-19 hours248.8
3) 20-29 hours165.8
4) 30-39 hours72.6
5) 40-49 hours62.2
6) 50-59 hours31.1
7) 60-69 hours10.4
8) 70-79 hours20.7
9) 80-84 hours10.4
10) Don't know / No answer31.1
Missing128 
TOTAL274100.0
146) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID YOU WORK ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY? (OWORKWEE)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour16059.0
1) 1-9 hours7126.2
2) 10-19 hours248.9
3) 20-29 hours145.2
4) 30-39 hours10.4
9) Don't know / No answer10.4
Missing131 
TOTAL271100.0
147) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID SPOUSE WORK AT ALL OF HIS OR HER JOBS? (OHWWKLST)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour10.7
1) 1-9 hours10.7
2) 10-19 hours74.8
3) 20-29 hours53.4
4) 30-39 hours53.4
5) 40-49 hours7853.1
6) 50-59 hours2114.3
7) 60 or more hours2517.0
8) Don't know / No answer42.7
Missing255 
TOTAL147100.0
148) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID SPOUSE WORK AT NIGHT? (OHWNTSHF)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour8055.9
1) 1-9 hours2718.9
2) 10-19 hours128.4
3) 20-29 hours64.2
4) 30-39 hours53.5
5) 40-49 hours117.7
10) Don't know / No answer21.4
Missing259 
TOTAL143100.0
149) LAST WEEK, HOW MANY HOURS DID SPOUSE WORK ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY? (OHWWKWEE)
TOTAL%
0) Less than 1 hour8761.7
1) 1-9 hours2920.6
2) 10-19 hours1812.8
3) 20-29 hours64.3
9) Don't know / No answer10.7
Missing261 
TOTAL141100.0
150) SOUTHERNER ANSWER FAVORABLE STATE TO LIVE (SFAVSTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Alabama10.2
5) California5513.7
6) Colorado256.2
10) Florida143.5
11) Georgia61.5
12) Hawaii123.0
34) North Carolina82.0
41) South Carolina10.2
43) Tennessee20.5
47) Virginia92.2
52) Don't know194.7
88) Others25062.2
TOTAL402100.0
151) NORTHERNER ANSWER FAVORABLE STATE TO LIVE (NFAVSTAT)
TOTAL%
3) Arizona194.7
5) California5513.7
6) Colorado256.2
10) Florida143.5
22) Massachusetts153.7
23) Michigan133.2
27) Montana133.2
33) New York246.0
39) Pennsylvania174.2
48) Washington174.2
50) Wisconsin112.7
52) Don't know194.7
88) Others16039.8
TOTAL402100.0
152) YESTERDAY, OF THE 24 HOURS, HOW MANY HOURS SPENT AWAY FROM HOME (OTIME24)
TOTAL%
0) 0 hour328.0
1) 1-4 hours8521.1
2) 5-9 hours10325.6
3) 10-14 hours11929.6
4) 15-19 hours379.2
5) 20-24 hours225.5
99) Don't know41.0
TOTAL402100.0
153) YESTERDAY BETWEEN 10 AM AND 10 PM, HOW MANY HOURS SPENT AWAY FROM HOME (OTIME12)
TOTAL%
0) 0 hour164.4
1) 1-4 hours10729.2
2) 5-9 hours15442.1
3) 10-12 hours8523.2
99) Don't know41.1
Missing36 
TOTAL366100.0
154) HOW MANY WEEKS SPENT AWAY (OWKSAWAY)
TOTAL%
0) 0 week8821.9
1) 1-4 weeks21754.0
2) 5-9 weeks6115.2
3) 10-14 weeks174.2
4) 15-24 weeks61.5
5) 25-34 weeks30.7
6) 35-44 weeks10.2
99) Refused / No answer92.2
TOTAL402100.0
155) THE DATE IN A WEEK OF POLL (INTDAY)
TOTAL%
1) Monday9323.1
2) Tuesday8521.1
3) Wednesday6716.7
4) Thursday5313.2
6) Saturday5814.4
7) Sunday4611.4
TOTAL402100.0
156) CENSUS (CONSOLIDATED) METRO STATISTICAL AREA (MSACMSA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3666417.233048
157) STATE-COUNTY FIPS CODES (STRING VAR) (ST_CNTY2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL36627283.4114939
158) R LIVES IN METRO OR NON-METRO COUNTY (NSMETRO)
TOTAL%
0) Non-metro7921.6
1) Metro28778.4
Missing36 
TOTAL366100.0
159) INTERVIEWER'S GENDER (INTGEN)
TOTAL%
1) Male6917.2
2) Female33382.8
TOTAL402100.0
160) INTERVIEWER'S RACE (INTRACE)
TOTAL%
1) White28169.9
2) Black / African American9323.1
4) Other287.0
TOTAL402100.0
161) INTERVIEWER'S ACCENT (INTACC)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Southern accent4912.2
2) Detectable Southern accent18044.8
3) No Southern accent17343.0
TOTAL402100.0
162) INTERVIEWER NON-SOUTHERN ACCENT (INTNSACC)
TOTAL%
0) No non-Southern accent22957.0
1) Interviewer had a non-Southern accent17343.0
TOTAL402100.0
163) WEIGHT FOR NON-SOUTH (PEOPLE / MEAN HH SIZE FOR NON-SOUTH) (WTVARN)
TOTAL%
.484299516908212) 10125.1
.968599033816425) 21353.0
1) 10.2
1.45289855072464) 5413.4
1.93719806763285) 287.0
2.42149758454106) 30.7
2.90579710144927) 20.5
TOTAL402100.0
164) WEIGHT FOR NATIONAL ESTIMATES (ACCOUNTS FOR SOUTHERN OVERSAMPLE AND HH SIZE) (TOTWT)
TOTAL%
1.04526643568266) 10125.1
2.09053287136533) 21353.0
2.15830575746944) 10.2
3.13579930704799) 5413.4
4.18106574273065) 287.0
5.22633217841332) 30.7
6.27159861409598) 20.5
TOTAL402100.0
165) THE NAME OF THE COUNTY (COUNTYX)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL402182.98162
166) VERBATIM FOR HERO (OHERO)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL402550.59463
167) VERBATIM FOR FAVCOLLG (OFAVCOLL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL402347.264415
168) VERBATIM FOR RELAFFL AND RELAFCHK (OTHRELAF)
TOTAL%
3) All of them10.2
4) Amish10.2
5) Baptist10.2
7) Buddhist41.0
9) Christian10.2
10) Christian Heritage10.2
11) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints10.2
12) Congregational10.2
13) Deist10.2
14) Dutch Christian Reformed10.2
15) First Christian10.2
16) Greek Orthodox10.2
17) Hindu10.2
18) Interdenominational10.2
19) Jehovah's Witness10.2
20) Just God10.2
21) LDS20.5
23) Mormon30.7
25) Muslim41.0
26) New Age10.2
27) Rocky Mountains10.2
28) Sanctified10.2
29) Unitarian10.2
30) United Church of Christ10.2
999) Missing36991.8
TOTAL402100.0
169) VERBATIM FOR RELAUTH1 (ORELAUT)
TOTAL%
3) All41.0
4) All especially baptism and holy spirit10.2
5) All but human reason10.2
6) From the Bible and through the holy spirit10.2
7) Holy spirit, church teachings, from the Bible10.2
8) How you were raised and in heart10.2
9) In heart, and human reason - she believes in Bible and God10.2
999) Missing39297.5
TOTAL402100.0
170) VERBATIM FOR RELAUTH2 (ORELAUT2)
TOTAL%
2) 1 and 410.2
4) All five, especially baptism and Holy Spirit10.2
5) All but human reason10.2
10) All the above102.5
11) Bible and Holy Spirit20.5
12) Bible, teachings, heart10.2
13) Combination of 4 and 510.2
16) The Bible and church teachings10.2
17) Through experiences10.2
999) Missing38395.3
TOTAL402100.0
171) VERBATIM FOR DENOM (OTHDENOM)
TOTAL%
2) Apostolic10.2
3) Buddhist20.5
5) Christian Reform10.2
6) Christian10.2
7) Church of Christ10.2
8) Dutch Christian Reformed10.2
9) Episcopal10.2
10) First Christian10.2
11) Friends10.2
12) Hindu Church10.2
13) Independent Fundamental10.2
14) Latter-day Saints10.2
15) Mennonite10.2
16) Muhammed's Mosque10.2
17) 48 muslim mosque10.2
18) Muslim10.2
19) Nondenomination10.2
20) PCA10.2
21) Protestant30.7
22) Presbyterian10.2
23) Redeeming Love Church10.2
999) Missing37894.0
TOTAL402100.0
172) VERBATIM FOR TYPE OF BAPTIST (OTHBAPT)
TOTAL%
1) 140199.8
2) 2610.2
TOTAL402100.0
173) VERBATIM FOR TYPE OF METHODIST (OTHMETH)
TOTAL%
1) 140199.8
2) Southern10.2
TOTAL402100.0
174) VERBATIM FOR TYPE OF LUTHERAN (OTHLUTHR)
TOTAL%
2) Central Synod of E Pennsylvania10.2
3) Not any of the ones mentioned10.2
4) St. Paul's Lutheran10.2
5) The ASLC10.2
6) Zion10.2
999) Missing39798.8
TOTAL402100.0
175) VERBATIM FOR TYPE OF CHURCH OF CHRIST (OTHCHCHR)
TOTAL%
1) 140199.8
2) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints10.2
TOTAL402100.0
176) VERBATIM FOR TYPE OF INDEPENDENT (OTHINDEP)
TOTAL%
1) 140199.8
2) Independent Fundamental Church10.2
TOTAL402100.0
177) VERBATIM FOR RELID97S (OTHRELID)
TOTAL%
2) Conservative Baptist10.2
3) Eucharist10.2
4) Hindu10.2
5) Jehovah's Witness10.2
6) Liberal Protestant10.2
7) Orthodox10.2
8) Pentecostal/Evangelical10.2
9) Protestant10.2
999) Missing39498.0
TOTAL402100.0
178) VERBATIM FOR RELCATH (OTHRCATH)
TOTAL%
3) Mixture of both20.5
999) 99940099.5
TOTAL402100.0
179) VERBATIM FOR RACE94 (OTHRACE)
TOTAL%
2) American20.5
3) American Indian and White10.2
4) Asian American10.2
5) England and Indian10.2
6) Ethnic10.2
7) Everything10.2
8) Fenn and English10.2
9) French10.2
10) German-Lithuanian10.2
11) Greek10.2
12) Half Puerto Rican, Half American10.2
14) Hispanic123.0
15) Italian10.2
16) Jewish10.2
17) Korean and White10.2
18) Native10.2
19) Portuguese10.2
20) Spanish20.5
999) Missing37192.3
TOTAL402100.0
180) I-AGE: Recode of age in categories (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18 to 24 years old5413.4
2) 25 to 44 years old16841.8
3) 45 to 64 years old12029.9
4) 65 years or older5313.2
5) Don't know / Refused71.7
TOTAL402100.0
181) I-EDUC: Educational attainment (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Less than Grade 971.7
2) Ninth to eleventh grade153.7
3) HS grad11328.1
4) Some college11428.4
5) College grad or more15338.1
TOTAL402100.0
182) I-PARTYID: Recode for party identification (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat5215.2
2) Not very strong Democrat8324.3
4) Independent8625.2
6) Not very strong Republican6719.6
7) Strong Republican5315.5
Missing61 
TOTAL341100.0
183) I-RACE: [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "OTHER OR MIXED" ARE CODED IN DATASET AS OTHRACE. IN THE DATASHEET RACE94 IS RECODED INTO THE VARIABLE RACE.] What race do you consider yourself? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White / Caucasian32389.7
2) Black164.4
3) African-American92.5
5) Native American / American Indian30.8
6) Asian / Oriental92.5
Missing42 
TOTAL360100.0
184) I-REGION: Gallup Org. Regionalization (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
2) New England369.0
3) East Central7318.2
4) West Central6415.9
5) Mountain States4010.0
6) Middle Atlantic10225.4
7) Pacific Coast8721.6
TOTAL402100.0
185) I-RELIGION: [OPEN-ENDED RESPONSES FROM THOSE WHO ANSWERED "SOME OTHER RELIGION" AND PASSED THE SCREEN IN RELAFCHK ARE CODED IN THE DATA SET AS OTHRELAF.] What is your religious affiliation: Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant18246.3
2) Catholic11930.3
3) Jewish153.8
4) Some other religion (Specify)369.2
5) No religion (Not religious / Agnostic / Atheist)297.4
6) Christian or just a Christian (Volunteered)123.1
Missing9 
TOTAL393100.0