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Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

DATE OF INTERVIEW -- MONTH

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1. Respondent gender

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2. Respondent race

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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)?

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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.

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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?

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

11e. Using a 10 pt scale, 0='Cannot be trusted at all' and 10='Can be trusted a lot': rate the following groups: People of a different race from yours

Taken from: Assessing the Consequences of Politicized Confirmation Processes, 2005-2006.

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