American Catholic Laity Poll, 1993

DOI

10.17605/OSF.IO/X8DN5

Citation

Hoge, D. R., & D'Antonio, W. (2021, November 11). American Catholic Laity Poll, 1993.

Summary

This study is a "sequel" to the 1987 survey of American Catholics that resulted in the 1989 volume, American Catholic Laity in a Changing Church. The survey was designed to replicate the earlier study, repeating "most of the questions from 1987, deleting only those that seemed no longer relevant, thus making available space to add new questions. [The] major objective was to carry out a trend analysis, to find out just how much the Catholic laity might have changed..." (D'Antonio, William V., James D. Davidson, Dean R. Hoge, and Ruth A. Wallace, 1996, p. vi). American Catholic Laity Polls are also available at the ARDA for 1987, 1999, 2005, and 2011.

Data File

Cases: 802
Variables: 66
Weight Variable: WT, WEIGHT2

The original study was weighted from N=803 to N=1,449, using the variable WT. WEIGHT2 is the computed weight score.

Data Collection

April-May 1993

Funded By

The National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company

Collection Procedures

The telephone interview was designed by a research team, including Dean R. Hoge, William D'Antonio, Ruth Wallace, James Davidson, and others. Pretesting was done in the Washington, D.C. area. The interviews were administered by the Gallup Organization.

Sampling Procedures

The sample was selected by using random-digit dialing, and included Catholics in non-institutionalized settings, aged 18 and over. Gallup pollers conducted 802 20-minute interviews.

Principal Investigators

Dean R. Hoge
William D'Antonio

Related Publications

D'Antonio, William V., James D. Davidson, Dean R. Hoge, and Ruth Wallace. 1996. Laity American and Catholic: Transforming the Church. Kansas City: Sheed and Ward.
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