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CASE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

Sample ID

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

ID

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

DATE OF INTERVIEW -- MONTH

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

DATE OF INTERVIEW -- DAY

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

Interviewer ID

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

1. Respondent gender

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS). Original ESS variable name was gndr.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

2. Respondent race

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

3. On an average weekday, how much time, in total, do you spend watching television?

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS), but the response options were expanded in order to capture the wider range of American responses. Original ESS variable name was tvtot. ... (view details)

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

4. And again on an average weekday, how much time, if any, is spent watching news or programs about politics and current events?

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS), but the response options were expanded in order to capture the wider range of American responses. Original ESS variable name was tvpol. ... (view details)

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

5. Using this card, how often, if at all, do you use the internet, the World Wide Web or e-mail, at home or at work, for your personal use (not in connection with your work)?

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS). Original ESS variable name was netuse.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

6. And, on an average day, how much of this time is spent following politics and current events?

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7a. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Become more involved with groups and organizations you already belong to

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7b. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people or groups who share your hobbies or interests

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7c. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people or groups who share your religious beliefs

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7d. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people or groups who share your political views

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7e. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people of a different race from yours

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7f. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people of different ages or generations

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

7g. Please tell how much, if at all, the Internet has helped you: Interact with people from other countries

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

8. Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted, or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? Rate on a 10 pt scale 0=can't be too careful and 10= most people can be trusted.

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS). Original ESS variable name was ppltrst.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

9. Do you think that most people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance, or would they try to be fair?

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS). Original ESS variable name was pplfair.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

10. Would you say that most of the time people try to be helpful or that they are mostly looking out for themselves?

This variable is an exact replication from the European Social Survey (ESS). Original ESS variable name was pplhlp.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

11a. Using a 10 pt scale, 0='Cannot be trusted at all' and 10= 'Can be trusted a lot':rate the following groups: People in your neighborhood

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

11b. Using a 10 pt scale, 0='Cannot be trusted at all' and 10= 'Can be trusted a lot': rate the following groups: Co-workers or people you go to school with

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

11c. Using a 10 pt scale, 0='Cannot be trusted at all' and 10= 'Can be trusted a lot': rate the following groups: People in your clubs or associations

Variable only asked in the U.S.

Taken from: United States Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy (CID) Survey, 2006 - Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey Data (US Only).

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