US 2010 Survey Cross Tabulations

Update 2018/09/20
The cross tabulations are generally revisioned.
About Q43b. No American respondent answered "Taoism."


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Q1 Over the next five years do you think your l iving conditions will get better or worse?
1 Much better
2 Slightly better
3 About the same
4 Slightly worse
5 Much Worse
8 Other
9 DK
1234589TotalN
 
Total31.630.525.38.82.90.10.799.91002
 
GenderMale29.133.823.39.24.00.20.4100.0477
Female33.927.627.28.41.9-1.0100.0525
 
Age18-2444.636.913.14.6--0.8100.0130
25-2943.538.09.84.32.2-2.2100.092
30-3449.631.111.83.44.2--100.1119
35-3935.343.512.95.91.2-1.2100.085
40-4443.936.611.07.3-1.2-100.082
45-4933.033.924.14.53.6-0.9100.0112
50-5427.421.934.28.25.5-2.799.973
55-5916.721.441.716.73.6--100.184
60-6422.216.742.611.17.4--100.054
65-695.815.453.819.25.8--100.052
70 or Older6.725.247.118.52.5--100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2441.735.018.33.3--1.7100.060
25-2937.043.510.92.24.3-2.2100.146
30-3442.932.112.55.47.1--100.056
35-3927.557.57.55.02.5--100.040
40-4439.542.17.97.9-2.6-100.038
45-4937.532.121.45.43.6--100.056
50-5434.415.628.112.59.4--100.032
55-5913.625.036.420.54.5--100.044
60-6422.727.340.94.54.5--99.922
65-693.722.240.725.97.4--99.927
70 or Older5.430.444.616.13.6--100.156
 
Age by Female18-2447.138.68.65.7---100.070
25-2950.032.68.76.5--2.2100.046
30-3455.630.211.11.61.6--100.163
35-3942.231.117.86.7--2.2100.045
40-4447.731.813.66.8---99.944
45-4928.635.726.83.63.6-1.8100.156
50-5422.026.839.04.92.4-4.9100.041
55-5920.017.547.512.52.5--100.040
60-6421.99.443.815.69.4--100.132
65-698.08.068.012.04.0--100.025
70 or Older7.920.649.220.61.6--99.963
 
EducationNo high school diploma40.023.520.09.66.1-0.9100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree30.230.924.110.23.80.20.7100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree30.534.728.05.90.4-0.499.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)31.428.634.34.3--1.4100.070
Other43.812.525.018.8---100.116
DK-50.050.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00032.628.921.111.55.5-0.5100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99938.026.522.69.43.0-0.499.9234
$40,000 - $79,99930.733.524.78.02.40.40.4100.1251
$80,000 - $119,99930.035.623.36.74.4--100.090
$120,000 or higher26.528.642.92.0---100.049
Refused19.635.733.99.8--0.999.9112
DK37.522.927.16.3--6.3100.148
 
 
Q2 Which one of the following countries or regions would you like to see develop the friendliest relationship for our own national interest?
1 EU (European Union)
2 Japan
3 China (Mainland)
4 South Korea
5 India
6 Singapore
7 Australia
8 Other
9 DK
123456789TotalN
 
Total14.49.633.09.54.81.112.26.09.5100.11002
 
GenderMale14.79.936.38.64.21.510.16.18.8100.2477
Female14.19.330.110.35.30.814.15.910.1100.0525
 
Age18-2414.613.836.96.21.5-10.06.910.099.9130
25-2917.413.032.67.64.31.112.02.29.8100.092
30-3413.415.131.910.97.61.76.75.96.799.9119
35-3917.63.529.416.51.21.211.83.515.3100.085
40-4411.09.831.79.88.52.413.46.17.3100.082
45-4911.66.339.38.95.40.912.56.38.9100.1112
50-5416.45.530.14.112.3-16.46.88.299.873
55-5916.76.038.113.1-1.210.77.17.1100.084
60-6413.014.827.811.13.73.711.17.47.4100.054
65-697.71.930.89.69.6-21.23.815.4100.052
70 or Older16.010.129.48.42.50.814.38.410.1100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2413.310.040.08.31.7-3.310.013.399.960
25-2915.215.239.110.94.3-4.32.28.799.946
30-3417.917.933.95.47.13.61.87.15.4100.156
35-3915.02.537.57.52.52.512.55.015.0100.040
40-4410.513.234.25.37.9-15.85.37.9100.138
45-498.95.446.48.93.61.810.75.48.9100.056
50-5418.86.337.53.13.1-15.612.53.1100.032
55-5922.74.536.411.4-2.313.66.82.3100.044
60-6413.622.731.89.14.54.5-4.59.199.822
65-697.43.722.27.411.1-25.97.414.899.927
70 or Older16.18.930.414.33.61.814.31.88.9100.156
 
Age by Female18-2415.717.134.34.31.4-15.74.37.199.970
25-2919.610.926.14.34.32.219.62.210.9100.146
30-349.512.730.215.97.9-11.14.87.9100.063
35-3920.04.422.224.4--11.12.215.699.945
40-4411.46.829.513.69.14.511.46.86.899.944
45-4914.37.132.18.97.1-14.37.18.999.856
50-5414.64.924.44.919.5-17.12.412.2100.041
55-5910.07.540.015.0--7.57.512.5100.040
60-6412.59.425.012.53.13.118.89.46.3100.132
65-698.0-40.012.08.0-16.0-16.0100.025
70 or Older15.911.128.63.21.6-14.314.311.1100.163
 
EducationNo high school diploma11.311.321.79.64.30.921.79.69.6100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree12.510.232.79.84.31.112.16.410.9100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree21.37.535.67.55.91.79.23.37.999.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)12.98.644.312.95.7-4.37.14.3100.170
Other6.36.343.812.56.3-18.8-6.3100.316
DK-50.0----50.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00011.011.930.710.64.61.417.46.06.4100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99915.012.826.910.73.81.315.09.45.1100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99915.510.438.27.66.41.28.45.27.2100.1251
$80,000 - $119,99914.47.836.711.15.62.214.42.25.6100.090
$120,000 or higher28.62.038.812.24.1-4.18.22.0100.049
Refused8.04.534.88.93.6-7.14.528.6100.0112
DK20.82.129.24.24.2-10.42.127.1100.148
 
 
Q3 If you could be born again in a country or area other than United States, which one of the fol lowing countries or area(s) would you like to be born in?
1 Japan
2 China (Mainland)
3 South Korea
4 Taiwan
5 Hong Kong
6 India
7 Singapore
8 Australia
88 Other
99 DK
123456788899TotalN
 
Total7.03.71.11.93.03.91.857.212.97.6100.11002
 
GenderMale8.62.71.31.93.43.12.956.412.86.9100.0477
Female5.54.61.01.92.74.60.857.913.08.2100.2525
 
Age18-246.96.90.80.83.13.13.154.614.66.2100.1130
25-294.38.71.11.12.22.23.354.313.09.8100.092
30-346.75.91.74.23.43.4-62.29.23.4100.1119
35-395.92.43.51.24.78.21.251.810.610.6100.185
40-4417.1-1.22.42.46.12.454.98.54.999.982
45-496.32.7-3.63.63.64.553.615.27.1100.2112
50-546.82.7--1.45.5-63.017.82.799.973
55-593.6--1.22.44.81.261.917.97.1100.184
60-645.63.71.91.93.71.91.959.313.07.4100.354
65-697.73.8-3.81.91.9-51.911.517.399.852
70 or Older6.71.71.70.83.42.50.860.510.910.999.9119
 
Age by Male18-246.75.01.7-3.3-3.358.315.06.7100.060
25-298.710.92.2-4.32.24.341.315.210.9100.046
30-348.95.4-5.43.63.6-55.412.55.4100.256
35-397.52.52.52.55.010.02.550.07.510.0100.040
40-4426.3--2.62.67.95.347.45.32.6100.038
45-495.4--1.83.63.67.153.614.310.7100.156
50-549.43.1--3.1--65.618.8-100.032
55-592.3--2.32.32.32.370.515.92.3100.244
60-6413.6-4.5--4.54.559.19.14.599.822
65-693.7--3.73.73.7-55.618.511.1100.027
70 or Older7.1-3.61.83.6-1.864.38.98.9100.056
 
Age by Female18-247.18.6-1.42.95.72.951.414.35.7100.070
25-29-6.5-2.2-2.22.267.410.98.7100.146
30-344.86.33.23.23.23.2-68.36.31.6100.163
35-394.42.24.4-4.46.7-53.313.311.199.845
40-449.1-2.32.32.34.5-61.411.46.8100.144
45-497.15.4-5.43.63.61.853.616.13.6100.256
50-544.92.4---9.8-61.017.14.9100.141
55-595.0---2.57.5-52.520.012.5100.040
60-64-6.3-3.16.3--59.415.69.4100.132
65-6912.08.0-4.0---48.04.024.0100.025
70 or Older6.33.2--3.24.8-57.112.712.7100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma3.54.32.63.50.95.20.953.013.912.2100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree7.54.10.91.43.83.02.057.912.07.5100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree7.13.30.81.72.95.91.756.913.46.3100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)10.01.41.42.91.42.91.460.011.47.199.970
Other---6.3--6.350.037.5-100.116
DK-------100.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,0006.95.01.42.33.26.03.254.613.34.1100.0218
$20,000 - $39,9995.12.61.32.64.71.70.960.715.84.7100.1234
$40,000 - $79,99910.45.21.21.21.63.61.658.211.65.6100.2251
$80,000 - $119,9997.83.3-2.24.43.33.362.27.85.699.990
$120,000 or higher10.2-2.02.0-16.3-51.014.34.199.949
Refused3.63.60.91.83.61.8-52.710.721.4100.1112
DK2.1-----4.254.216.722.9100.148
 
 
Q4 Now, if you could be born again, would you like to be a boy or a girl?
1 Boy
2 Girl
8 Other
9 DK
1289TotalN
 
Total51.245.60.42.8100.01002
 
GenderMale92.74.0-3.4100.1477
Female13.583.40.82.3100.0525
 
Age18-2450.048.5-1.5100.0130
25-2951.146.7-2.2100.092
30-3452.146.2-1.7100.0119
35-3952.943.5-3.599.985
40-4447.647.62.42.4100.082
45-4956.341.1-2.7100.1112
50-5445.246.6-8.2100.073
55-5954.842.9-2.4100.184
60-6448.150.01.9-100.054
65-6955.840.4-3.8100.052
70 or Older48.747.10.83.4100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2490.08.3-1.7100.060
25-2991.34.3-4.399.946
30-3496.41.8-1.8100.056
35-3997.5--2.5100.040
40-4492.15.3-2.6100.038
45-4998.2--1.8100.056
50-5484.46.3-9.4100.132
55-5993.24.5-2.3100.044
60-6490.99.1--100.022
65-6985.27.4-7.4100.027
70 or Older92.91.8-5.4100.156
 
Age by Female18-2415.782.9-1.4100.070
25-2910.989.1--100.046
30-3412.785.7-1.6100.063
35-3913.382.2-4.499.945
40-449.184.14.52.3100.044
45-4914.382.1-3.6100.056
50-5414.678.0-7.399.941
55-5912.585.0-2.5100.040
60-6418.878.13.1-100.032
65-6924.076.0--100.025
70 or Older9.587.31.61.6100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma47.847.0-5.2100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree51.446.10.52.0100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree50.246.4-3.399.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)55.740.0-4.3100.070
Other56.337.56.3-100.116
DK100.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00048.247.21.82.8100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99949.149.1-1.799.9234
$40,000 - $79,99951.845.4-2.8100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99962.235.6-2.2100.090
$120,000 or higher65.330.6-4.1100.049
Refused45.548.2-6.3100.0112
DK50.050.0--100.048
 
 
Q5 Would you say you are, on the whole, more or less inclined than the average Japanese to respect your ancestors?
1 More than the average Japanese
2 Less than the average Japanese
3 Average
8 Other
9 DK
12389TotalN
 
Total70.74.224.10.11.0100.11002
 
GenderMale69.45.024.30.21.099.9477
Female71.83.423.8-1.0100.0525
 
Age18-2466.28.525.4--100.1130
25-2975.06.517.4-1.1100.092
30-3470.62.526.9--100.0119
35-3951.88.237.6-2.4100.085
40-4472.03.723.2-1.2100.182
45-4971.41.825.00.90.9100.0112
50-5474.04.120.5-1.4100.073
55-5973.84.821.4--100.084
60-6479.63.716.7--100.054
65-6975.01.921.2-1.9100.052
70 or Older73.9-23.5-2.599.9119
 
Age by Male18-2465.011.723.3--100.060
25-2973.98.717.4--100.046
30-3473.21.825.0--100.056
35-3945.012.540.0-2.5100.040
40-4471.1-26.3-2.6100.038
45-4967.91.828.61.8-100.156
50-5478.16.312.5-3.1100.032
55-5968.26.825.0--100.044
60-6481.84.513.6--99.922
65-6981.5-14.8-3.7100.027
70 or Older69.6-28.6-1.8100.056
 
Age by Female18-2467.15.727.1--99.970
25-2976.14.317.4-2.2100.046
30-3468.33.228.6--100.163
35-3957.84.435.6-2.2100.045
40-4472.76.820.5--100.044
45-4975.01.821.4-1.8100.056
50-5470.72.426.8--99.941
55-5980.02.517.5--100.040
60-6478.13.118.8--100.032
65-6968.04.028.0--100.025
70 or Older77.8-19.0-3.2100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma67.04.326.1-2.6100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree72.73.923.00.20.2100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree63.65.428.5-2.5100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)82.91.415.7--100.070
Other81.3-18.8--100.116
DK50.050.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00073.46.019.70.50.5100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99978.23.018.4-0.4100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99968.95.624.3-1.2100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99974.42.222.2-1.199.990
$120,000 or higher67.34.124.5-4.1100.049
Refused53.61.842.9-1.8100.1112
DK66.74.229.2--100.148
 
 
Q6 If you had no children, would you think it desirable to adopt a child in order to continue the family line, even if there is no blood relationship?
1 Would adopt
2 Would not adopt
3 Depends on situation
8 Other
9 DK
12389TotalN
 
Total56.322.319.10.51.9100.11002
 
GenderMale51.825.619.90.62.1100.0477
Female60.419.218.30.41.7100.0525
 
Age18-2457.715.423.81.51.599.9130
25-2955.420.717.4-6.5100.092
30-3462.219.317.6-0.899.9119
35-3956.516.525.9-1.2100.185
40-4468.313.418.3--100.082
45-4948.226.821.41.81.8100.0112
50-5463.020.515.1-1.4100.073
55-5952.431.016.7--100.184
60-6459.327.87.41.93.7100.154
65-6948.128.821.2-1.9100.052
70 or Older49.629.418.5-2.5100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2441.730.023.31.73.3100.060
25-2958.715.221.7-4.399.946
30-3455.417.926.8--100.156
35-3962.515.022.5--100.040
40-4473.713.213.2--100.138
45-4935.732.126.81.83.6100.056
50-5465.621.912.5--100.032
55-5947.736.415.9--100.044
60-6450.027.313.64.54.599.922
65-6951.933.311.1-3.7100.027
70 or Older42.935.717.9-3.6100.156
 
Age by Female18-2471.42.924.31.4-100.070
25-2952.226.113.0-8.7100.046
30-3468.320.69.5-1.6100.063
35-3951.117.828.9-2.2100.045
40-4463.613.622.7--99.944
45-4960.721.416.11.8-100.056
50-5461.019.517.1-2.4100.041
55-5957.525.017.5--100.040
60-6465.628.13.1-3.199.932
65-6944.024.032.0--100.025
70 or Older55.623.819.0-1.6100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma53.023.519.1-4.399.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree55.523.917.50.92.199.9560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree58.619.720.9-0.8100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)55.718.625.7--100.070
Other75.06.318.8--100.116
DK50.050.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00055.524.816.51.41.8100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99956.024.417.50.41.7100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99957.021.919.50.41.2100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99962.216.720.0-1.1100.090
$120,000 or higher63.320.416.3--100.049
Refused50.920.525.9-2.7100.0112
DK52.118.820.8-8.3100.048
 
 
Q7 In general, what would you think is the ideal number of children in a family?
99 DK
0123456781099TotalN
 
Total0.33.746.527.512.93.21.60.70.30.33.0100.01002
 
GenderMale0.23.648.026.613.42.31.50.6-0.23.6100.0477
Female0.43.845.128.412.44.01.70.80.60.42.5100.1525
 
Age18-240.84.645.431.510.83.11.50.8--1.5100.0130
25-29-3.348.927.29.83.31.11.11.1-4.3100.192
30-340.85.043.731.19.24.21.7---4.299.9119
35-39-2.441.227.117.62.42.4-1.2-5.9100.285
40-44-4.951.224.411.02.4-1.2--4.9100.082
45-49-4.546.428.611.62.72.7--0.92.7100.1112
50-54-4.149.327.412.32.7---1.42.799.973
55-59-3.652.421.415.51.21.22.4--2.4100.184
60-641.93.748.125.913.07.4-----100.054
65-69--48.119.225.01.93.8---1.999.952
70 or Older-2.542.030.313.44.22.51.70.80.81.799.9119
 
Age by Male18-24-8.350.026.78.33.31.7---1.7100.060
25-29-4.347.823.915.2--2.2--6.599.946
30-34-3.641.135.78.91.83.6---5.4100.156
35-39-2.540.027.517.52.52.5---7.5100.040
40-44-2.663.215.87.92.6----7.9100.038
45-49-1.848.223.217.91.83.6---3.6100.156
50-54--53.128.112.53.1---3.1-99.932
55-59-2.356.825.09.12.3-2.3--2.3100.144
60-644.59.136.431.818.2------100.022
65-69--59.311.129.6------100.027
70 or Older-3.637.535.712.55.41.81.8--1.8100.156
 
Age by Female18-241.41.441.435.712.92.91.41.4--1.499.970
25-29-2.250.030.44.36.52.2-2.2-2.2100.046
30-341.66.346.027.09.56.3----3.299.963
35-39-2.242.226.717.82.22.2-2.2-4.499.945
40-44-6.840.931.813.62.3-2.3--2.3100.044
45-49-7.144.633.95.43.61.8--1.81.8100.056
50-54-7.346.326.812.22.4----4.999.941
55-59-5.047.517.522.5-2.52.5--2.5100.040
60-64--56.321.99.412.5-----100.132
65-69--36.028.020.04.08.0---4.0100.025
70 or Older-1.646.025.414.33.23.21.61.61.61.6100.163
 
EducationNo high school diploma0.93.534.829.619.13.53.51.7--3.5100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree0.23.847.527.713.23.61.40.20.40.51.6100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree0.43.347.728.910.03.30.80.4--5.099.8239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)-2.954.321.410.0-2.91.4--7.1100.070
Other-12.550.012.56.3--12.56.3--100.116
DK---50.050.0------100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,0000.54.645.021.118.34.63.21.4-0.50.9100.1218
$20,000 - $39,9990.45.643.631.612.42.10.90.40.40.42.199.9234
$40,000 - $79,9990.43.646.228.712.44.81.2-0.40.42.0100.1251
$80,000 - $119,999-2.246.731.18.92.21.11.11.1-5.6100.090
$120,000 or higher--49.028.616.34.12.0----100.049
Refused-1.851.827.78.90.9-0.9--8.0100.0112
DK-2.154.222.96.3-4.22.1--8.3100.148
 
 
Q8 There are all sorts of attitudes toward life.
Which one of the following statements would you say comes closest to your way of life? SINGLE RESPONSE
1 Lead an honest and ethical life
2 Make a social commitment by being active in volunteer work
3 Work hard and get rich
4 Make a name for yourself by studying earnestly
5 Don't think about money or fame; just live a life that suits your own taste
6 Live each day as it comes, cheerfully and without worrying
8 Other
9 DK
12345689TotalN
 
Total50.73.96.52.315.919.60.70.5100.11002
 
GenderMale48.04.08.02.715.920.10.80.499.9477
Female53.13.85.11.915.819.00.60.699.9525
 
Age18-2424.66.212.33.824.626.91.5-99.9130
25-2945.75.47.61.116.320.71.12.2100.192
30-3452.11.76.71.713.423.50.8-99.9119
35-3961.22.42.43.515.315.3--100.185
40-4458.54.98.53.78.514.6-1.299.982
45-4944.65.48.0-17.923.20.9-100.0112
50-5457.54.12.71.419.215.1--100.073
55-5959.52.44.83.615.513.1-1.2100.184
60-6451.95.65.6-20.414.81.9-100.254
65-6961.5-3.85.89.617.31.9-99.952
70 or Older58.83.44.21.710.920.2-0.8100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2418.38.316.75.023.325.03.3-99.960
25-2945.76.58.72.213.019.6-4.3100.046
30-3446.41.810.7-17.921.41.8-100.056
35-3945.02.55.02.522.522.5--100.040
40-4452.67.97.95.310.515.8--100.038
45-4941.13.610.7-17.926.8--100.156
50-5471.93.1--9.415.6--100.032
55-5956.82.36.84.513.615.9--99.944
60-6450.04.5--27.313.64.5-99.922
65-6959.3-3.711.17.418.5--100.027
70 or Older62.51.85.41.810.717.9--100.156
 
Age by Female18-2430.04.38.62.925.728.6--100.170
25-2945.74.36.5-19.621.72.2-100.046
30-3457.11.63.23.29.525.4--100.063
35-3975.62.2-4.48.98.9--100.045
40-4463.62.39.12.36.813.6-2.3100.044
45-4948.27.15.4-17.919.61.8-100.056
50-5446.34.94.92.426.814.6--99.941
55-5962.52.52.52.517.510.0-2.5100.040
60-6453.16.39.4-15.615.6--100.032
65-6964.0-4.0-12.016.04.0-100.025
70 or Older55.64.83.21.611.122.2-1.6100.163
 
EducationNo high school diploma46.17.08.71.715.720.0-0.9100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree45.72.77.02.718.422.30.70.5100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree62.34.25.41.712.613.00.8-100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)60.07.11.42.910.015.71.41.499.970
Other50.06.36.3-6.331.3--100.216
DK--50.0--50.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00042.26.47.32.317.922.90.50.5100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99949.13.44.31.719.720.51.3-100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99956.23.26.01.612.719.9-0.4100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99960.04.410.01.114.410.0--99.990
$120,000 or higher53.14.14.14.16.128.6--100.149
Refused52.72.78.05.413.415.21.80.9100.1112
DK43.8-8.32.122.916.72.14.2100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
a. We should respect our ancestors
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total59.537.91.40.50.7100.01002
 
GenderMale57.039.22.10.61.099.9477
Female61.736.80.80.40.4100.1525
 
Age18-2450.048.50.80.8-100.1130
25-2958.738.01.11.11.1100.092
30-3464.732.81.7-0.8100.0119
35-3956.537.63.5-2.4100.085
40-4459.837.82.4--100.082
45-4958.039.31.8-0.9100.0112
50-5457.541.1--1.4100.073
55-5964.332.11.21.21.2100.084
60-6463.031.53.71.9-100.154
65-6955.844.2---100.052
70 or Older66.432.8-0.8-100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2446.750.01.71.7-100.160
25-2958.737.02.22.2-100.146
30-3462.533.91.8-1.8100.056
35-3955.035.07.5-2.5100.040
40-4457.936.85.3--100.038
45-4951.846.4--1.8100.056
50-5450.046.9--3.1100.032
55-5961.431.82.32.32.3100.144
60-6472.722.74.5--99.922
65-6959.340.7---100.027
70 or Older60.739.3---100.056
 
Age by Female18-2452.947.1---100.070
25-2958.739.1--2.2100.046
30-3466.731.71.6--100.063
35-3957.840.0--2.2100.045
40-4461.438.6---100.044
45-4964.332.13.6--100.056
50-5463.436.6---100.041
55-5967.532.5---100.040
60-6456.337.53.13.1-100.032
65-6952.048.0---100.025
70 or Older71.427.0-1.6-100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma56.537.41.71.72.699.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree61.337.11.30.20.2100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree52.743.91.70.41.3100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)71.427.11.4--99.970
Other62.531.3-6.3-100.116
DK100.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00066.131.20.91.8-100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99963.234.20.90.41.3100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99959.438.61.2-0.8100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99963.333.32.2-1.199.990
$120,000 or higher53.146.9---100.049
Refused45.550.93.6--100.0112
DK43.852.12.1-2.1100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
b. The eldest son should look after his aging parents
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total18.935.135.85.71.33.2100.01002
 
GenderMale20.540.530.45.20.23.199.9477
Female17.330.340.86.12.33.2100.0525
 
Age18-2413.140.836.23.81.54.6100.0130
25-2918.538.027.27.62.26.5100.092
30-3425.234.533.65.90.8-100.0119
35-3917.630.641.23.51.25.9100.085
40-4420.739.031.74.91.22.499.982
45-4919.633.935.78.0-2.799.9112
50-5415.132.939.74.12.75.5100.073
55-5917.934.536.98.31.21.2100.084
60-6414.837.040.75.6-1.9100.054
65-6917.326.942.37.71.93.899.952
70 or Older23.533.635.34.21.71.7100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2413.343.335.03.31.73.399.960
25-2926.137.021.710.9-4.3100.046
30-3423.242.925.08.9--100.056
35-3917.537.540.0--5.0100.040
40-4415.847.426.35.3-5.3100.138
45-4925.042.926.83.6-1.8100.156
50-5415.643.834.43.1-3.1100.032
55-5920.540.931.86.8--100.044
60-6422.731.836.44.5-4.599.922
65-6918.533.329.611.1-7.499.927
70 or Older25.037.532.11.8-3.6100.056
 
Age by Female18-2412.938.637.14.31.45.7100.070
25-2910.939.132.64.34.38.799.946
30-3427.027.041.33.21.6-100.163
35-3917.824.442.26.72.26.7100.045
40-4425.031.836.44.52.3-100.044
45-4914.325.044.612.5-3.6100.056
50-5414.624.443.94.94.97.3100.041
55-5915.027.542.510.02.52.5100.040
60-649.440.643.86.3--100.132
65-6916.020.056.04.04.0-100.025
70 or Older22.230.238.16.33.2-100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma33.933.925.22.61.72.699.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree19.837.732.95.41.33.0100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree11.731.044.87.51.73.3100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)12.934.342.95.7-4.3100.170
Other12.512.556.312.5-6.3100.116
DK-100.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00027.135.328.95.01.81.899.9218
$20,000 - $39,99925.235.530.83.81.33.4100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99914.737.839.04.80.82.899.9251
$80,000 - $119,99911.133.342.211.1-2.299.990
$120,000 or higher12.234.753.1---100.049
Refused11.627.740.210.72.77.1100.0112
DK10.439.635.46.32.16.3100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
c. A wife should obey her husband
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total11.529.035.820.71.11.9100.01002
 
GenderMale14.535.034.013.20.82.5100.0477
Female8.823.637.527.41.31.399.9525
 
Age18-246.933.834.620.02.32.399.9130
25-2915.227.235.918.5-3.3100.192
30-3411.837.035.315.1-0.8100.0119
35-3912.927.132.923.51.22.4100.085
40-4417.128.026.826.8-1.299.982
45-4911.623.241.120.50.92.7100.0112
50-546.827.437.023.31.44.1100.073
55-5913.127.439.319.01.2-100.084
60-6411.118.548.116.71.93.7100.054
65-6911.528.825.030.83.8-99.952
70 or Older10.131.937.019.30.80.899.9119
 
Age by Male18-248.341.728.316.73.31.7100.060
25-2917.432.632.613.0-4.399.946
30-3417.942.925.012.5-1.8100.156
35-3915.035.032.512.5-5.0100.040
40-4415.831.639.513.2--100.138
45-4916.128.641.112.5-1.8100.156
50-543.143.834.412.5-6.3100.132
55-5922.731.838.66.8--99.944
60-6413.618.245.59.14.59.1100.022
65-6914.833.329.622.2--99.927
70 or Older12.535.733.914.31.81.8100.056
 
Age by Female18-245.727.140.022.91.42.9100.070
25-2913.021.739.123.9-2.299.946
30-346.331.744.417.5--99.963
35-3911.120.033.333.32.2-99.945
40-4418.225.015.938.6-2.3100.044
45-497.117.941.128.61.83.6100.156
50-549.814.639.031.72.42.499.941
55-592.522.540.032.52.5-100.040
60-649.418.850.021.9--100.132
65-698.024.020.040.08.0-100.025
70 or Older7.928.639.723.8--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma17.435.733.911.31.7-100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree11.630.234.120.71.42.0100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree7.928.936.024.70.42.1100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)14.312.950.020.0-2.9100.170
Other6.318.843.825.0-6.3100.216
DK--50.050.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00016.531.732.116.51.41.8100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99914.126.938.019.70.40.9100.0234
$40,000 - $79,9999.229.936.721.90.81.6100.1251
$80,000 - $119,99910.028.931.130.0--100.090
$120,000 or higher6.136.736.720.4--99.949
Refused7.126.838.420.51.85.4100.0112
DK6.320.839.620.86.36.3100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
d. Not to marry someone whom your parents object to
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total8.625.149.614.60.71.4100.01002
 
GenderMale8.824.148.216.60.61.7100.0477
Female8.426.150.912.80.81.1100.1525
 
Age18-246.920.055.414.60.82.3100.0130
25-297.632.644.613.01.11.1100.092
30-345.027.750.416.00.8-99.9119
35-399.416.549.420.0-4.7100.085
40-447.324.451.215.9-1.2100.082
45-498.924.149.115.2-2.7100.0112
50-544.127.454.811.01.41.4100.173
55-598.322.653.614.31.2-100.084
60-6413.022.248.116.7--100.054
65-6915.423.148.19.61.91.9100.052
70 or Older12.632.841.212.60.8-100.0119
 
Age by Male18-241.718.361.716.7-1.7100.160
25-298.730.441.315.22.22.2100.046
30-345.428.642.921.41.8-100.156
35-3912.512.550.022.5-2.5100.040
40-447.923.752.615.8--100.038
45-497.126.848.212.5-5.4100.056
50-546.331.343.815.6-3.1100.132
55-5911.411.463.613.6--100.044
60-6413.613.654.518.2--99.922
65-6918.525.937.014.8-3.799.927
70 or Older12.535.733.916.11.8-100.056
 
Age by Female18-2411.421.450.012.91.42.9100.070
25-296.534.847.810.9--100.046
30-344.827.057.111.1--100.063
35-396.720.048.917.8-6.7100.145
40-446.825.050.015.9-2.3100.044
45-4910.721.450.017.9--100.056
50-542.424.463.47.32.4-99.941
55-595.035.042.515.02.5-100.040
60-6412.528.143.815.6--100.032
65-6912.020.060.04.04.0-100.025
70 or Older12.730.247.69.5--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma10.422.653.912.2-0.9100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree9.323.948.616.30.91.1100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree6.328.049.414.20.41.7100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)10.030.050.07.11.41.499.970
Other-25.050.012.5-12.5100.016
DK--100.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00013.319.750.515.10.50.9100.0218
$20,000 - $39,9998.522.650.416.71.30.499.9234
$40,000 - $79,9996.430.747.014.7-1.2100.0251
$80,000 - $119,9996.726.755.611.1--100.190
$120,000 or higher-20.459.216.3-4.1100.049
Refused9.825.946.412.50.94.5100.0112
DK8.333.341.710.44.22.1100.048
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
e. We should obey older people
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total19.442.429.95.21.41.7100.01002
 
GenderMale20.140.330.65.90.82.3100.0477
Female18.744.429.34.61.91.1100.0525
 
Age18-2418.550.029.21.5-0.8100.0130
25-2917.439.130.47.63.32.2100.092
30-3423.545.422.76.70.80.899.9119
35-3918.840.029.49.41.21.2100.085
40-4423.240.230.54.9-1.2100.082
45-4922.342.026.85.41.81.8100.1112
50-5416.445.228.85.51.42.7100.073
55-5920.231.041.72.41.23.6100.184
60-6418.537.035.23.71.93.7100.054
65-6911.532.744.25.83.81.999.952
70 or Older17.650.424.45.01.70.899.9119
 
Age by Male18-2415.048.333.31.7-1.7100.060
25-2921.732.628.313.0-4.399.946
30-3421.444.623.27.11.81.899.956
35-3925.032.535.07.5--100.040
40-4418.442.128.97.9-2.699.938
45-4921.446.426.85.4--100.056
50-5415.631.343.86.3-3.1100.132
55-5920.534.136.42.3-6.8100.144
60-6422.745.522.7-4.54.599.922
65-6914.833.340.73.73.73.799.927
70 or Older23.242.925.07.11.8-100.056
 
Age by Female18-2421.451.425.71.4--99.970
25-2913.045.732.62.26.5-100.046
30-3425.446.022.26.3--99.963
35-3913.346.724.411.12.22.299.945
40-4427.338.631.82.3--100.044
45-4923.237.526.85.43.63.6100.156
50-5417.156.117.14.92.42.4100.041
55-5920.027.547.52.52.5-100.040
60-6415.631.343.86.3-3.1100.132
65-698.032.048.08.04.0-100.025
70 or Older12.757.123.83.21.61.6100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma32.242.620.02.62.6-100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree18.846.127.74.80.91.8100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree15.134.739.76.71.72.1100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)18.641.430.07.12.9-100.070
Other18.831.331.36.3-12.5100.216
DK-50.050.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00024.840.427.15.01.41.4100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99922.242.728.64.71.30.499.9234
$40,000 - $79,99918.743.831.54.4-1.6100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99915.642.231.17.81.12.2100.090
$120,000 or higher12.251.026.56.12.02.099.849
Refused14.340.232.16.32.74.5100.1112
DK10.439.637.54.26.32.1100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
f. It is important to have a son to keep our family line going
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total19.531.537.39.50.41.8100.01002
 
GenderMale25.835.430.67.30.60.299.9477
Female13.728.043.411.40.23.299.9525
 
Age18-2416.936.233.812.3-0.8100.0130
25-2918.535.932.613.0--100.092
30-3419.324.441.213.4-1.7100.0119
35-3918.823.543.59.4-4.799.985
40-4420.734.132.99.81.21.299.982
45-4918.834.837.56.3-2.7100.1112
50-5416.434.237.011.0-1.4100.073
55-5926.227.440.56.0--100.184
60-6414.827.851.91.91.91.9100.254
65-6919.228.834.611.51.93.899.852
70 or Older22.735.331.96.70.82.599.9119
 
Age by Male18-2425.040.030.05.0--100.060
25-2930.441.315.213.0--99.946
30-3423.233.928.614.3--100.056
35-3930.022.542.55.0--100.040
40-4423.736.826.310.52.6-99.938
45-4923.242.930.43.6--100.156
50-5415.640.634.49.4--100.032
55-5934.122.738.64.5--99.944
60-6422.722.750.0-4.5-99.922
65-6929.633.322.211.1-3.799.927
70 or Older25.041.128.63.61.8-100.156
 
Age by Female18-2410.032.937.118.6-1.4100.070
25-296.530.450.013.0--99.946
30-3415.915.952.412.7-3.2100.163
35-398.924.444.413.3-8.999.945
40-4418.231.838.69.1-2.3100.044
45-4914.326.844.68.9-5.4100.056
50-5417.129.339.012.2-2.4100.041
55-5917.532.542.57.5--100.040
60-649.431.353.13.1-3.1100.032
65-698.024.048.012.04.04.0100.025
70 or Older20.630.234.99.5-4.8100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma33.937.426.11.7-0.9100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree20.032.736.48.60.71.6100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree11.730.140.614.6-2.999.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)17.122.947.112.9--100.070
Other12.512.562.56.3-6.3100.116
DK100.0-----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00027.133.031.76.00.91.4100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99920.532.138.08.1-1.3100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99919.128.340.610.00.41.6100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99912.231.144.411.1-1.199.990
$120,000 or higher12.230.638.816.3-2.099.949
Refused13.438.433.99.8-4.5100.0112
DK16.725.035.418.82.12.1100.148
 
 
Q9 How do you feel about each of the following traditional values?
g. Men should work outside and women should tend to housekeeping
1 Strongly Agree
2 Agree
3 Disagree
4 Strongly Disagree
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total6.116.444.730.71.01.1100.01002
 
GenderMale7.118.748.824.10.60.699.9477
Female5.114.341.036.81.31.5100.0525
 
Age18-244.611.546.933.82.30.899.9130
25-295.410.939.143.5-1.1100.092
30-345.015.149.629.4-0.899.9119
35-394.77.151.832.91.22.4100.185
40-4412.214.643.929.3--100.082
45-493.615.245.532.10.92.7100.0112
50-545.516.452.124.71.4-100.173
55-596.016.748.828.6--100.184
60-649.325.929.633.31.9-100.054
65-691.919.244.228.81.93.899.852
70 or Older9.230.336.121.81.70.899.9119
 
Age by Male18-248.311.748.328.33.3-99.960
25-294.313.043.539.1--99.946
30-341.817.955.425.0--100.156
35-397.510.065.017.5--100.040
40-4410.518.444.726.3--99.938
45-493.617.946.430.4-1.8100.156
50-549.418.853.118.8--100.132
55-599.113.661.415.9--100.044
60-6413.631.831.818.24.5-99.922
65-693.718.544.429.6-3.799.927
70 or Older10.737.537.512.5-1.8100.056
 
Age by Female18-241.411.445.738.61.41.499.970
25-296.58.734.847.8-2.2100.046
30-347.912.744.433.3-1.699.963
35-392.24.440.046.72.24.499.945
40-4413.611.443.231.8--100.044
45-493.612.544.633.91.83.6100.056
50-542.414.651.229.32.4-99.941
55-592.520.035.042.5--100.040
60-646.321.928.143.8--100.132
65-69-20.044.028.04.04.0100.025
70 or Older7.923.834.930.23.2-100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma15.730.435.716.50.90.9100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree5.916.445.230.21.11.3100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree2.911.746.936.41.30.8100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)4.310.048.637.1--100.070
Other-12.543.837.5-6.3100.116
DK--50.050.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00011.521.139.026.61.40.5100.1218
$20,000 - $39,9994.319.243.232.10.90.4100.1234
$40,000 - $79,9995.613.148.231.50.80.8100.0251
$80,000 - $119,9994.416.747.831.1--100.090
$120,000 or higher6.12.059.232.7--100.049
Refused2.715.243.832.10.95.4100.1112
DK4.214.641.733.34.22.1100.148
 
 
Q11 Whether you have a job in a certain workplace or not, what qualifications should a good leader have in your workplace? Please choose the three most important qualifications from among the following: (3 multi-answers)
1 Technical competence
2 Fair in treating subordinates
3 Being liked and respected by subordinates
4 Serious attitudes toward work
5 Have many friends/acquaintances
6 Sincere in attitude toward co-workers
7 Decisive and determined
8 Good judgment
9 Ability to bring great benefits to subordinates
10 Seniority
11 Come fromgood family background
88 Other
99 DK
12345678910118899N
 
Total35.452.418.045.44.834.227.158.416.75.04.71.50.61002
 
GenderMale42.347.418.045.16.732.127.054.717.05.25.01.30.8477
Female29.157.017.945.73.036.227.261.716.44.84.41.70.4525
 
Age18-2427.737.724.650.83.840.033.852.319.25.43.11.5-130
25-2933.754.319.640.27.633.729.364.115.27.6-3.3-92
30-3437.052.118.545.45.036.127.763.010.10.85.02.5-119
35-3945.956.511.837.61.228.232.960.015.33.55.9-1.285
40-4439.047.618.341.54.941.524.461.012.27.38.52.41.282
45-4930.453.615.254.53.631.330.458.919.64.51.8-0.9112
50-5435.661.620.547.94.127.424.756.216.46.86.8--73
55-5947.656.016.741.74.834.525.048.820.28.34.81.21.284
60-6435.231.514.861.17.442.622.251.920.45.63.71.9-54
65-6932.763.515.438.51.940.428.859.623.11.95.81.9-52
70 or Older31.163.017.640.37.626.116.863.016.04.27.61.71.7119
 
Age by Male18-2441.740.025.040.05.043.335.040.025.03.33.31.7-60
25-2934.841.317.443.510.939.128.358.715.28.7-2.2-46
30-3442.944.621.453.67.126.826.858.97.11.87.11.8-56
35-3950.050.012.537.52.525.035.062.517.55.07.5--40
40-4444.752.618.431.65.339.528.955.313.27.97.92.62.638
45-4935.744.614.362.51.830.430.453.616.15.4--1.856
50-5443.862.518.843.89.425.034.450.018.89.43.1--32
55-5950.052.318.238.64.520.527.347.718.26.86.82.32.344
60-6445.518.222.763.613.654.54.545.522.74.5-4.5-22
65-6948.159.314.840.7-33.325.966.718.5-11.1--27
70 or Older37.553.614.341.114.325.012.564.317.95.48.9-1.856
 
Age by Female18-2415.735.724.360.02.937.132.962.914.37.12.91.4-70
25-2932.667.421.737.04.328.330.469.615.26.5-4.3-46
30-3431.758.715.938.13.244.428.666.712.7-3.23.2-63
35-3942.262.211.137.8-31.131.157.813.32.24.4-2.245
40-4434.143.218.250.04.543.220.565.911.46.89.12.3-44
45-4925.062.516.146.45.432.130.464.323.23.63.6--56
50-5429.361.022.051.2-29.317.161.014.64.99.8--41
55-5945.060.015.045.05.050.022.550.022.510.02.5--40
60-6428.140.69.459.43.134.434.456.318.86.36.3--32
65-6916.068.016.036.04.048.032.052.028.04.0-4.0-25
70 or Older25.471.420.639.71.627.020.661.914.33.26.33.21.663
 
EducationNo high school diploma26.139.131.353.09.640.921.750.418.36.17.02.60.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree33.852.518.947.75.233.827.156.616.45.54.81.80.5560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree41.056.112.638.12.532.229.766.116.34.63.30.40.8239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)47.161.48.637.12.934.328.658.614.31.44.31.4-70
Other31.356.312.556.3-25.018.868.825.0----16
DK---50.0-100.050.0-50.0-50.0--2
 
IncomeUnder $20,00029.446.322.045.08.337.226.156.016.56.46.02.81.4218
$20,000 - $39,99927.857.319.747.45.634.222.265.017.93.46.42.1-234
$40,000 - $79,99939.448.215.548.63.233.929.959.013.16.44.4-0.4251
$80,000 - $119,99945.651.116.735.61.132.234.462.212.24.41.14.41.190
$120,000 or higher38.849.012.238.84.138.838.857.116.32.04.1--49
Refused45.565.212.547.33.628.626.850.919.64.54.5--112
DK33.354.225.041.74.235.416.745.831.34.2--2.148
 
 
Q12 For your age, how satisfied are you with your health? Would you say…(READ OUT)
1 Very satisfied
2 Fairly satisfied
3 Fairly dissatisfied, or
4 Very dissatisfied
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total45.040.79.54.50.20.1100.01002
 
GenderMale46.142.38.03.10.4-99.9477
Female44.039.210.95.7-0.2100.0525
 
Age18-2455.433.87.73.1--100.0130
25-2955.437.02.25.4--100.092
30-3444.542.011.81.7--100.0119
35-3942.445.910.61.2--100.185
40-4451.230.517.11.2--100.082
45-4950.035.77.16.30.9-100.0112
50-5428.852.15.511.01.41.4100.273
55-5935.751.29.53.6--100.084
60-6437.044.413.05.6--100.054
65-6946.238.513.51.9--100.152
70 or Older38.742.910.18.4--100.1119
 
Age by Male18-2461.726.76.75.0--100.160
25-2960.930.42.26.5--100.046
30-3441.146.412.5---100.056
35-3940.052.57.5---100.040
40-4452.631.615.8---100.038
45-4953.635.77.11.81.8-100.056
50-5431.356.33.16.33.1-100.132
55-5934.156.84.54.5--99.944
60-6431.854.54.59.1--99.922
65-6940.748.111.1---99.927
70 or Older41.144.610.73.6--100.056
 
Age by Female18-2450.040.08.61.4--100.070
25-2950.043.52.24.3--100.046
30-3447.638.111.13.2--100.063
35-3944.440.013.32.2--99.945
40-4450.029.518.22.3--100.044
45-4946.435.77.110.7--99.956
50-5426.848.87.314.6-2.499.941
55-5937.545.015.02.5--100.040
60-6440.637.518.83.1--100.032
65-6952.028.016.04.0--100.025
70 or Older36.541.39.512.7--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma43.538.311.37.0--100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree40.442.711.35.40.4-100.2560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree59.433.95.40.8-0.499.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)40.051.45.72.9--100.070
Other31.337.512.518.8--100.116
DK-100.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00036.734.917.011.5--100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99939.746.610.32.60.9-100.1234
$40,000 - $79,99945.844.26.43.6--100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99962.232.22.23.3--99.990
$120,000 or higher59.240.8----100.049
Refused46.440.212.50.9--100.0112
DK54.237.54.22.1-2.1100.148
 
 
Q13 Using the classifications on this card, how would you classify your current standard of living?
1 Upper
2 Upper middle
3 Middle
4 Lower middle
5 Lower
8 Other
9 DK
1234589TotalN
 
Total1.512.552.323.69.50.20.5100.11002
 
GenderMale1.714.350.723.19.20.40.6100.0477
Female1.310.953.724.09.7-0.4100.0525
 
Age18-240.813.153.825.46.9--100.0130
25-291.16.557.626.16.5-2.2100.092
30-34-6.752.929.410.9--99.9119
35-393.59.455.322.48.21.2-100.085
40-442.417.147.623.29.8--100.182
45-49-18.848.218.812.50.90.9100.1112
50-541.416.445.227.48.2-1.4100.073
55-592.417.947.619.013.1--100.084
60-641.914.850.016.716.7--100.154
65-691.911.557.719.27.7-1.999.952
70 or Older2.58.457.125.26.7--99.9119
 
Age by Male18-24-11.756.728.33.3--100.060
25-29-4.363.026.14.3-2.299.946
30-34-10.741.135.712.5--100.056
35-395.012.557.515.07.52.5-100.040
40-442.621.142.121.113.2--100.138
45-49-19.642.921.412.51.81.8100.056
50-54-28.140.628.13.1--99.932
55-592.318.247.715.915.9--100.044
60-644.59.159.113.613.6--99.922
65-693.718.551.918.53.7-3.7100.027
70 or Older3.68.957.119.610.7--99.956
 
Age by Female18-241.414.351.422.910.0--100.070
25-292.28.752.226.18.7-2.2100.146
30-34-3.263.523.89.5--100.063
35-392.26.753.328.98.9--100.045
40-442.313.652.325.06.8--100.044
45-49-17.953.616.112.5--100.156
50-542.47.348.826.812.2-2.499.941
55-592.517.547.522.510.0--100.040
60-64-18.843.818.818.8--100.232
65-69-4.064.020.012.0--100.025
70 or Older1.67.957.130.23.2--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma1.74.344.327.020.9-1.799.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree0.79.150.028.910.50.40.4100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree1.722.259.813.82.1-0.4100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)7.122.951.410.08.6--100.070
Other--75.018.86.3--100.116
DK--100.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,0000.54.634.434.924.80.50.5100.2218
$20,000 - $39,9990.96.051.332.19.40.4-100.1234
$40,000 - $79,9992.09.670.116.71.6--100.0251
$80,000 - $119,9991.131.157.88.9--1.1100.090
$120,000 or higher10.246.938.82.02.0--99.949
Refused0.913.457.122.36.3--100.0112
DK-22.937.518.814.6-6.3100.148
 
 
Q14 If you had to choose one, which would you prefer, more money or more free time?
1 More money
2 More free time
8 Other
9 DK
1289TotalN
 
Total71.025.81.71.5100.01002
 
GenderMale69.427.91.01.7100.0477
Female72.424.02.31.3100.0525
 
Age18-2479.217.72.30.8100.0130
25-2973.925.01.1-100.092
30-3466.431.90.80.899.9119
35-3957.638.81.22.4100.085
40-4470.724.42.42.499.982
45-4971.425.01.81.8100.0112
50-5464.431.52.71.4100.073
55-5969.029.8-1.2100.084
60-6474.125.9--100.054
65-6978.813.53.83.899.952
70 or Older73.921.02.52.599.9119
 
Age by Male18-2480.015.03.31.7100.060
25-2976.123.9--100.046
30-3457.139.31.81.8100.056
35-3955.040.0-5.0100.040
40-4465.828.95.3-100.038
45-4971.426.8-1.8100.056
50-5462.537.5--100.032
55-5968.229.5-2.3100.044
60-6477.322.7--100.022
65-6977.818.5-3.7100.027
70 or Older73.225.0-1.8100.056
 
Age by Female18-2478.620.01.4-100.070
25-2971.726.12.2-100.046
30-3474.625.4--100.063
35-3960.037.82.2-100.045
40-4475.020.5-4.5100.044
45-4971.423.23.61.8100.056
50-5465.926.84.92.4100.041
55-5970.030.0--100.040
60-6471.928.1--100.032
65-6980.08.08.04.0100.025
70 or Older74.617.54.83.2100.163
 
EducationNo high school diploma77.419.12.60.9100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree75.721.31.81.3100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree59.437.21.71.7100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)57.138.6-4.3100.070
Other93.86.3--100.116
DK50.050.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00078.919.30.90.9100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99970.924.43.41.3100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99966.130.31.22.4100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99958.940.01.1-100.090
$120,000 or higher51.044.92.02.099.949
Refused80.415.21.82.7100.1112
DK81.318.8--100.148
 
 
Q15 If you were to get enough money to live as comfortably as you would like for the rest of your life, would you continue to work or would you stop working?
1 Continue to work
2 Stop working
8 Other
9 DK
1289TotalN
 
Total56.037.23.83.0100.01002
 
GenderMale57.237.12.53.199.9477
Female54.937.35.02.9100.1525
 
Age18-2465.431.50.82.3100.0130
25-2969.625.04.31.1100.092
30-3467.230.31.70.8100.0119
35-3958.835.31.24.7100.085
40-4459.834.13.72.4100.082
45-4952.740.24.52.7100.1112
50-5452.139.76.81.4100.073
55-5942.952.43.61.2100.184
60-6446.342.67.43.7100.054
65-6948.140.45.85.8100.152
70 or Older42.044.55.97.6100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2456.740.0-3.3100.060
25-2976.121.72.2-100.046
30-3475.023.2-1.8100.056
35-3957.535.0-7.5100.040
40-4457.934.25.32.6100.038
45-4958.937.5-3.6100.056
50-5456.340.63.1-100.032
55-5945.550.04.5-100.044
60-6450.045.54.5-100.022
65-6944.444.43.77.499.927
70 or Older41.144.67.17.199.956
 
Age by Female18-2472.924.31.41.4100.070
25-2963.028.36.52.2100.046
30-3460.336.53.2-100.063
35-3960.035.62.22.2100.045
40-4461.434.12.32.3100.144
45-4946.442.98.91.8100.056
50-5448.839.09.82.4100.041
55-5940.055.02.52.5100.040
60-6443.840.69.46.3100.132
65-6952.036.08.04.0100.025
70 or Older42.944.44.87.9100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma53.939.13.53.5100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree54.838.63.63.0100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree56.534.75.03.8100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)62.935.71.4-100.070
Other68.825.06.3-100.116
DK100.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00068.324.84.12.8100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99956.037.63.82.6100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99950.644.63.21.6100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99954.436.75.63.3100.090
$120,000 or higher55.142.92.0-100.049
Refused48.242.03.66.3100.1112
DK50.037.54.28.3100.048
 
 
Q16 Here are some of the things people usually take into account in relation to their work. Which one would you personally place first?
1 A good income so that you do not have any worries about money
2 A safe job with no risk of closing down or unemployment
3 Working with people you like
4 Doing an important job which gives you a feeling of accomplishment
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total34.922.59.231.81.00.6100.01002
 
GenderMale36.722.29.629.60.81.099.9477
Female33.322.78.833.91.10.2100.0525
 
Age18-2431.520.88.539.2--100.0130
25-2930.422.89.835.9-1.1100.092
30-3435.326.95.931.9--100.0119
35-3942.420.010.625.91.2-100.185
40-4430.530.53.732.91.21.2100.082
45-4935.722.313.426.80.90.9100.0112
50-5449.320.58.221.9--99.973
55-5929.820.214.334.51.2-100.084
60-6425.933.39.331.5--100.054
65-6942.317.311.525.03.8-99.952
70 or Older34.516.07.636.13.42.5100.1119
 
Age by Male18-2436.720.05.038.3--100.060
25-2930.426.113.028.3-2.2100.046
30-3435.723.25.435.7--100.056
35-3947.517.57.525.02.5-100.040
40-4436.831.65.323.72.6-100.038
45-4932.126.810.728.6-1.8100.056
50-5446.918.812.521.9--100.132
55-5931.815.918.231.82.3-100.044
60-6427.336.49.127.3--100.122
65-6948.114.87.425.93.7-99.927
70 or Older35.717.912.528.6-5.4100.156
 
Age by Female18-2427.121.411.440.0--99.970
25-2930.419.66.543.5--100.046
30-3434.930.26.328.6--100.063
35-3937.822.213.326.7--100.045
40-4425.029.52.340.9-2.3100.044
45-4939.317.916.125.01.8-100.156
50-5451.222.04.922.0--100.141
55-5927.525.010.037.5--100.040
60-6425.031.39.434.4--100.132
65-6936.020.016.024.04.0-100.025
70 or Older33.314.33.242.96.3-100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma38.323.512.220.03.52.6100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree33.626.48.630.40.70.4100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree40.215.19.633.90.80.4100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)22.914.310.052.9--100.170
Other37.518.8-43.8--100.116
DK-50.0-50.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00029.420.211.036.71.80.9100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99936.321.410.730.30.90.4100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99933.522.38.035.10.80.4100.1251
$80,000 - $119,99941.131.16.720.01.1-100.090
$120,000 or higher28.616.310.244.9--100.049
Refused48.225.07.118.80.9-100.0112
DK25.022.98.339.6-4.2100.048
 
 
Q17 People feel uneasy about themselves or their family members from time to time. To what extent do you worry, either for yourself or for your family, about each of the following? Would you say very much, somewhat, slightly, or not at all?
a. Serious illness
1 Very much
2 Somewhat
3 Slightly
4 Not at all
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total36.135.418.49.9-0.2100.01002
 
GenderMale31.734.620.812.6-0.4100.1477
Female40.236.216.27.4--100.0525
 
Age18-2440.827.720.810.0-0.8100.1130
25-2932.629.328.39.8--100.092
30-3437.830.319.312.6--100.0119
35-3934.134.120.011.8--100.085
40-4435.443.914.66.1--100.082
45-4931.340.218.88.9-0.9100.1112
50-5445.230.115.19.6--100.073
55-5925.046.422.66.0--100.084
60-6440.737.07.414.8--99.954
65-6936.542.315.45.8--100.052
70 or Older38.736.113.411.8--100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2431.723.330.013.3-1.7100.060
25-2930.434.826.18.7--100.046
30-3433.930.419.616.1--100.056
35-3925.037.522.515.0--100.040
40-4434.244.713.27.9--100.038
45-4921.437.526.812.5-1.8100.056
50-5440.637.59.412.5--100.032
55-5920.543.225.011.4--100.144
60-6454.522.74.518.2--99.922
65-6937.037.018.57.4--99.927
70 or Older35.733.916.114.3--100.056
 
Age by Female18-2448.631.412.97.1--100.070
25-2934.823.930.410.9--100.046
30-3441.330.219.09.5--100.063
35-3942.231.117.88.9--100.045
40-4436.443.215.94.5--100.044
45-4941.142.910.75.4--100.156
50-5448.824.419.57.3--100.041
55-5930.050.020.0---100.040
60-6431.346.99.412.5--100.132
65-6936.048.012.04.0--100.025
70 or Older41.338.111.19.5--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma43.532.210.413.9--100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree38.634.817.39.1-0.2100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree26.839.323.010.9--100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)32.935.722.98.6--100.170
Other43.825.025.0--6.3100.116
DK100.0-----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00046.828.415.68.7-0.5100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99941.933.817.17.3--100.1234
$40,000 - $79,99927.941.018.712.4--100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99930.033.324.412.2--99.990
$120,000 or higher24.532.730.612.2--100.049
Refused32.144.616.17.1--99.9112
DK35.431.316.714.6-2.1100.148
 
 
Q17 People feel uneasy about themselves or their family members from time to time. To what extent do you worry, either for yourself or for your family, about each of the following? Would you say very much, somewhat, slightly, or not at all?
b. Car accident
1 Very much
2 Somewhat
3 Slightly
4 Not at all
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total22.227.829.819.7-0.5100.01002
 
GenderMale18.927.330.222.9-0.8100.1477
Female25.128.429.516.8-0.2100.0525
 
Age18-2425.425.430.817.7-0.8100.1130
25-2922.820.734.819.6-2.2100.192
30-3421.826.929.421.8--99.9119
35-3925.921.231.821.2--100.185
40-4424.428.037.89.8--100.082
45-4918.828.631.320.5-0.9100.1112
50-5428.830.126.015.1--100.073
55-5920.231.028.620.2--100.084
60-6424.131.518.525.9--100.054
65-6915.430.834.619.2--100.052
70 or Older16.834.523.524.4-0.8100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2418.325.031.723.3-1.7100.060
25-2915.223.937.021.7-2.2100.046
30-3419.630.428.621.4--100.056
35-3925.025.030.020.0--100.040
40-4415.836.836.810.5--99.938
45-4919.617.932.128.6-1.8100.056
50-5425.031.325.018.8--100.132
55-5915.931.827.325.0--100.044
60-6436.418.213.631.8--100.022
65-6911.133.337.018.5--99.927
70 or Older14.328.626.828.6-1.8100.156
 
Age by Female18-2431.425.730.012.9--100.070
25-2930.417.432.617.4-2.2100.046
30-3423.823.830.222.2--100.063
35-3926.717.833.322.2--100.045
40-4431.820.538.69.1--100.044
45-4917.939.330.412.5--100.156
50-5431.729.326.812.2--100.041
55-5925.030.030.015.0--100.040
60-6415.640.621.921.9--100.032
65-6920.028.032.020.0--100.025
70 or Older19.039.720.620.6--99.963
 
EducationNo high school diploma25.233.018.322.6-0.9100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree25.027.030.017.5-0.5100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree14.629.334.321.8--100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)18.618.637.125.7--100.070
Other31.331.312.518.8-6.3100.216
DK-100.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00030.723.924.819.7-0.9100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99923.528.231.216.7-0.4100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99918.725.532.723.1--100.0251
$80,000 - $119,9998.931.138.920.0-1.1100.090
$120,000 or higher16.318.442.922.4--100.049
Refused19.646.418.815.2--100.0112
DK31.316.727.122.9-2.1100.148
 
 
Q17 People feel uneasy about themselves or their family members from time to time. To what extent do you worry, either for yourself or for your family, about each of the following? Would you say very much, somewhat, slightly, or not at all?
c. Unemployment
1 Very much
2 Somewhat
3 Slightly
4 Not at all
8 Other
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total28.430.323.317.40.20.4100.01002
 
GenderMale24.731.223.519.50.40.699.9477
Female31.829.523.015.4-0.299.9525
 
Age18-2430.830.025.413.10.8-100.1130
25-2922.837.026.113.0-1.1100.092
30-3427.731.127.713.4--99.9119
35-3934.127.122.415.3-1.2100.185
40-4435.431.724.48.5--100.082
45-4930.432.122.314.3-0.9100.0112
50-5439.732.915.112.3--100.073
55-5927.431.028.613.1--100.184
60-6422.233.324.120.4--100.054
65-6925.025.021.228.8--100.052
70 or Older18.523.516.839.50.80.899.9119
 
Age by Male18-2425.030.030.013.31.7-100.060
25-2919.634.828.315.2-2.2100.146
30-3426.832.125.016.1--100.056
35-3930.030.020.017.5-2.5100.040
40-4439.526.326.37.9--100.038
45-4932.133.912.519.6-1.899.956
50-5425.040.615.618.8--100.032
55-5920.531.831.815.9--100.044
60-6422.731.818.227.3--100.022
65-6925.922.225.925.9--99.927
70 or Older8.928.621.439.31.8-100.056
 
Age by Female18-2435.730.021.412.9--100.070
25-2926.139.123.910.9--100.046
30-3428.630.230.211.1--100.163
35-3937.824.424.413.3--99.945
40-4431.836.422.79.1--100.044
45-4928.630.432.18.9--100.056
50-5451.226.814.67.3--99.941
55-5935.030.025.010.0--100.040
60-6421.934.428.115.6--100.032
65-6924.028.016.032.0--100.025
70 or Older27.019.012.739.7-1.6100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma35.724.313.926.1--100.0115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree30.532.020.915.90.20.5100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree23.831.433.111.3-0.4100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)17.125.724.332.9--100.070
Other25.025.012.531.36.3-100.116
DK--100.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00033.023.427.115.60.50.5100.1218
$20,000 - $39,99933.828.218.818.40.40.4100.0234
$40,000 - $79,99924.334.325.515.5-0.4100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99917.835.625.621.1--100.190
$120,000 or higher12.226.528.632.7--100.049
Refused31.335.720.512.5--100.0112
DK33.333.312.518.8-2.1100.048
 
 
Q17 People feel uneasy about themselves or their family members from time to time. To what extent do you worry, either for yourself or for your family, about each of the following? Would you say very much, somewhat, slightly, or not at all?
d. War
1 Very much
2 Somewhat
3 Slightly
4 Not at all
8 Oher
9 DK
123489TotalN
 
Total23.724.624.726.5-0.6100.11002
 
GenderMale19.724.725.229.4-1.0100.0477
Female27.224.424.224.0-0.2100.0525
 
Age18-2420.827.723.127.7-0.8100.1130
25-2925.026.123.923.9-1.1100.092
30-3418.516.834.529.4-0.8100.0119
35-3912.925.927.132.9-1.2100.085
40-4424.426.826.822.0--100.082
45-4921.426.825.025.9-0.9100.0112
50-5434.221.920.523.3--99.973
55-5928.628.622.620.2--100.084
60-6420.425.929.624.1--100.054
65-6932.721.223.121.2-1.9100.152
70 or Older27.722.716.033.6--100.0119
 
Age by Male18-2413.330.021.733.3-1.7100.060
25-2921.728.323.923.9-2.2100.046
30-3412.516.128.642.9--100.156
35-3912.517.527.540.0-2.5100.040
40-4410.536.826.326.3--99.938
45-4914.332.130.421.4-1.8100.056
50-5434.415.625.025.0--100.032
55-5925.027.329.518.2--100.044
60-6422.718.227.331.8--100.022
65-6937.018.522.218.5-3.799.927
70 or Older26.823.216.133.9--100.056
 
Age by Female18-2427.125.724.322.9--100.070
25-2928.323.923.923.9--100.046
30-3423.817.539.717.5-1.6100.163
35-3913.333.326.726.7--100.045
40-4436.418.227.318.2--100.144
45-4928.621.419.630.4--100.056
50-5434.126.817.122.0--100.041
55-5932.530.015.022.5--100.040
60-6418.831.331.318.8--100.232
65-6928.024.024.024.0--100.025
70 or Older28.622.215.933.3--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma29.628.718.322.6-0.9100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree26.122.124.127.0-0.7100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree16.329.731.023.0--100.0239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)17.121.417.144.3--99.970
Other37.512.525.018.8-6.3100.116
DK-50.050.0---100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00033.517.425.223.4-0.5100.0218
$20,000 - $39,99929.122.223.124.8-0.9100.1234
$40,000 - $79,99918.328.325.926.7-0.8100.0251
$80,000 - $119,99921.126.718.933.3--100.090
$120,000 or higher10.224.528.636.7--100.049
Refused17.030.426.825.9--100.1112
DK14.631.325.027.1-2.1100.148
 
 
Q18 By using the scale of 1 to 7, where ‘7' is “very important,” and ‘1' is “not important at all,” can you tell me how important each of the following is to you?
a. Your immediate family members such as spouse and children, if you have any
1 Not important at all
2
3
4
5
6
7 Very important
8 Other
9 DK
123456789TotalN
 
Total1.3-0.31.21.03.488.31.03.5100.01002
 
GenderMale1.9-0.21.71.35.085.50.83.6100.0477
Female0.8-0.40.80.81.990.91.13.4100.1525
 
Age18-240.8--1.50.89.275.40.811.5100.0130
25-291.1---1.13.392.41.11.1100.192
30-34---0.80.82.590.81.73.4100.0119
35-392.4----1.295.3-1.2100.185
40-441.2-1.22.4-1.291.5-2.499.982
45-49---0.90.94.588.4-5.4100.1112
50-542.7---1.44.191.8--100.073
55-59---1.21.22.489.33.62.4100.184
60-641.9-1.9-1.9-90.73.7-100.154
65-693.8--5.81.91.982.7-3.899.952
70 or Older2.5-0.81.71.72.588.20.81.799.9119
 
Age by Male18-24---1.71.715.068.3-13.3100.060
25-292.2---2.24.389.12.2-100.046
30-34----1.85.491.1-1.8100.156
35-395.0----2.590.0-2.5100.040
40-442.6--5.3--86.8-5.3100.038
45-49---1.8-3.689.3-5.4100.156
50-546.3----9.484.4--100.132
55-59---2.3-4.586.44.52.3100.044
60-64------95.54.5-100.022
65-693.7--7.43.73.777.8-3.7100.027
70 or Older3.6-1.81.83.61.887.5--100.156
 
Age by Female18-241.4--1.4-4.381.41.410.099.970
25-29-----2.295.7-2.2100.146
30-34---1.6--90.53.24.8100.163
35-39------100.0--100.045
40-44--2.3--2.395.5--100.144
45-49----1.85.487.5-5.4100.156
50-54----2.4-97.6--100.041
55-59----2.5-92.52.52.5100.040
60-643.1-3.1-3.1-87.53.1-99.932
65-694.0--4.0--88.0-4.0100.025
70 or Older1.6--1.6-3.288.91.63.2100.163
 
EducationNo high school diploma0.9---0.92.692.20.92.6100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree1.6-0.51.40.53.887.51.43.299.9560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree1.3--1.31.33.887.90.44.2100.2239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)---1.42.9-91.4-4.3100.070
Other----6.36.381.3-6.3100.216
DK------100.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,0003.7-0.92.82.36.080.30.53.7100.2218
$20,000 - $39,9990.9-0.40.40.93.891.00.42.199.9234
$40,000 - $79,9991.2--1.60.42.491.60.42.4100.0251
$80,000 - $119,999---1.1-2.294.4-2.299.990
$120,000 or higher------93.9-6.1100.049
Refused----1.81.889.35.41.8100.1112
DK-----4.275.02.118.8100.148
 
 
Q18 By using the scale of 1 to 7, where ‘7' is “very important,” and ‘1' is “not important at all,” can you tell me how important each of the following is to you?
b. Career and job
1 Not important at all
2
3
4
5
6
7 Very important
8 Other
9 DK
123456789TotalN
 
Total5.91.82.610.122.717.536.20.42.9100.11002
 
GenderMale5.21.72.58.421.817.639.00.23.6100.0477
Female6.51.92.711.623.417.333.70.62.3100.0525
 
Age18-24-0.80.85.424.620.043.11.53.8100.0130
25-29--2.210.923.920.742.4--100.192
30-341.70.80.88.422.718.547.1--100.0119
35-393.51.2-9.429.423.532.9--99.985
40-441.2-2.413.420.725.636.6--99.982
45-490.91.82.79.824.121.437.5-1.8100.0112
50-541.41.41.48.216.417.853.4--100.073
55-593.61.24.88.326.215.536.91.22.4100.184
60-6413.01.93.713.027.89.329.6-1.9100.254
65-6911.57.75.813.526.97.713.5-13.5100.152
70 or Older29.45.05.914.311.86.716.00.810.1100.0119
 
Age by Male18-24--1.75.023.315.048.3-6.7100.060
25-29--2.26.521.726.143.5--100.046
30-34-1.8-7.121.419.650.0--99.956
35-392.52.5-10.027.515.042.5--100.040
40-442.6-2.610.518.421.144.7--99.938
45-49---5.419.626.846.4-1.8100.056
50-54---6.328.115.650.0--100.032
55-594.52.34.56.818.218.238.62.34.599.944
60-64-4.54.59.131.813.631.8-4.599.822
65-6914.87.47.47.429.67.411.1-14.899.927
70 or Older30.43.67.117.912.58.910.7-8.9100.056
 
Age by Female18-24-1.4-5.725.724.338.62.91.4100.070
25-29--2.215.226.115.241.3--100.046
30-343.2-1.69.523.817.544.4--100.063
35-394.4--8.931.131.124.4--99.945
40-44--2.315.922.729.529.5--99.944
45-491.83.65.414.328.616.128.6-1.8100.256
50-542.42.42.49.87.319.556.1--99.941
55-592.5-5.010.035.012.535.0--100.040
60-6421.9-3.115.625.06.328.1--100.032
65-698.08.04.020.024.08.016.0-12.0100.025
70 or Older28.66.34.811.111.14.820.61.611.1100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma9.60.94.37.814.811.344.31.75.299.9115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree7.51.82.09.322.716.636.60.43.2100.1560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree2.12.12.910.925.922.632.6-0.899.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)-1.44.312.925.720.031.4-4.3100.070
Other6.36.3-25.012.56.343.8--100.216
DK---50.050.0----100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,00010.10.92.813.315.613.839.0-4.6100.1218
$20,000 - $39,9997.33.02.611.520.514.138.00.92.1100.0234
$40,000 - $79,9994.81.21.210.025.121.935.1-0.8100.1251
$80,000 - $119,9992.21.14.412.231.115.632.2-1.199.990
$120,000 or higher-4.14.16.136.722.422.4-4.199.949
Refused3.62.74.53.624.118.839.30.92.7100.2112
DK4.2--4.218.822.935.42.112.5100.148
 
 
Q18 By using the scale of 1 to 7, where ‘7' is “very important,” and ‘1' is “not important at all,” can you tell me how important each of the following is to you?
c. Free time and relaxation
1 Not important at all
2
3
4
5
6
7 Very important
8 Other
9 DK
123456789TotalN
 
Total2.11.95.215.125.821.428.10.20.2100.01002
 
GenderMale2.51.76.112.625.820.829.80.40.4100.1477
Female1.72.14.417.325.921.926.7--100.0525
 
Age18-240.82.36.213.126.928.522.3--100.1130
25-292.21.12.214.126.119.634.8--100.192
30-342.51.78.419.320.216.031.1-0.8100.0119
35-39-1.22.411.820.027.136.51.2-100.285
40-442.44.911.014.619.519.528.0--99.982
45-49-0.93.616.131.324.123.2-0.9100.1112
50-541.4-2.712.338.417.827.4--100.073
55-592.4-4.810.727.423.829.81.2-100.184
60-64-1.911.116.725.911.133.3--100.054
65-69-1.93.813.528.823.128.8--99.952
70 or Older8.44.22.520.223.519.321.8--99.9119
 
Age by Male18-24-1.78.311.728.323.326.7--100.060
25-292.22.22.215.223.917.437.0--100.146
30-343.63.612.514.321.416.126.8-1.8100.156
35-39---10.015.030.042.52.5-100.040
40-445.32.615.813.215.815.831.6--100.138
45-49-1.81.87.137.526.823.2-1.8100.056
50-54--3.118.837.59.431.3--100.132
55-594.5-2.313.629.520.527.32.3-100.044
60-64--18.24.536.44.536.4--100.022
65-69--3.77.418.533.337.0--99.927
70 or Older8.93.63.617.921.423.221.4--100.056
 
Age by Female18-241.42.94.314.325.732.918.6--100.170
25-292.2-2.213.028.321.732.6--100.046
30-341.6-4.823.819.015.934.9--100.063
35-39-2.24.413.324.424.431.1--99.845
40-44-6.86.815.922.722.725.0--99.944
45-49--5.425.025.021.423.2--100.056
50-542.4-2.47.339.024.424.4--99.941
55-59--7.57.525.027.532.5--100.040
60-64-3.16.325.018.815.631.3--100.132
65-69-4.04.020.040.012.020.0--100.025
70 or Older7.94.81.622.225.415.922.2--100.063
 
EducationNo high school diploma7.82.63.512.227.014.832.2--100.1115
High school diploma, but no 4-year college/university degree1.82.15.717.126.120.026.60.40.2100.0560
4-year college/university degree, but no advanced degree0.80.84.611.325.127.629.3-0.499.9239
Advanced degree (masters, doctorate, law, medicine)-1.45.714.327.122.928.6--100.070
Other-6.36.325.018.812.531.3--100.216
DK-----50.050.0--100.02
 
IncomeUnder $20,0005.02.36.920.226.115.124.3--99.9218
$20,000 - $39,9993.03.06.413.721.818.432.90.9-100.1234
$40,000 - $79,9990.81.63.217.524.323.529.1--100.0251
$80,000 - $119,9991.11.14.410.033.331.117.8-1.199.990
$120,000 or higher--4.18.232.730.624.5--100.149
Refused-1.86.312.525.920.533.0--100.0112
DK--2.18.331.327.129.2-2.1100.148
 
 
Q18 By using the scale of 1 to 7, where ‘7' is “very important,” and ‘1' is “not important at all,” can you tell me how important each of the following is to you?
d. Friends and people you know
1 Not important at all
2
3
4
5
6
7 Very important
8 Other
9 DK
123456789TotalN
 
Total0.81.22.39.420.026.638.60.60.5100.01002
 
GenderMale0.81.52.510.521.626.834.60.61.099.9477
Female0.81.02.18.418.526.542.30.6-100.2525
 
Age18-24--2.311.516.231.536.91.5-99.9130
25-291.1-4.37.617.428.341.3--100.092
30-34-3.41.710.921.025.237.8--100.0119
35-39---10.629.424.734.11.2-100.085
40-442.4-3.711.022.029.330.5-1.2100.182
45-490.92.71.86.319.629.538.4-0.9100.1112
50-54-1.41.49.621.928.837.0--100.173
55-591.22.43.611.919.021.438.11.21.2100.084
60-64--3.711.118.522.242.61.9-100.054
65-691.9-3.83.826.921.242.3--99.952
70 or Older1.71.70.87.614.325.246.20.81.7100.0119
 
Age by Male18-24--1.713.311.730.041.71.7-100.160
25-29--4.310.917.426.141.3--100.046
30-34-5.41.814.326.821.430.4--100.156
35-39---10.022.527.537.52.5-100.040
40-442.6-5.37.918.428.934.2-2.699.938
45-49-1.83.610.725.030.426.8-1.8100.156
50-54-3.1-12.521.931.331.3--100.132
55-59-2.34.515.922.722.727.32.32.3100.044
60-64---13.627.327.331.8--100.022
65-693.7-3.7-29.625.937.0--99.927
70 or Older3.61.81.83.621.425.039.3-3.6100.156
 
Age by Female18-24--2.910.020.032.932.91.4-100.170
25-292.2-4.34.317.4