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76.

Carrying on the cultural traditions of one's ancestors, such as the language and food - important in making someone a true American

Carrying on the cultural traditions of one's ancestors, such the language and food. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Seguir las tradi... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Respecting other people's cultural differences - important in making someone a true American

Respecting other people's cultural differences. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Respetar las diferencias de cultura de otras personas... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Blending into the larger society - important in making someone a true American

Blending into the larger society.(Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Asimilarse/mezclarse en la sociedad (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Seeing people of all backgrounds as American - important in making someone a true American

Seeing people of all backgrounds as American. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Ver a la gente de todo tipo de descendencia como Americ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Being able to speak English - important in making someone a true American

Being able to speak English. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Poder hablar el Ingles. (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importante,... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Feeling American - important in making someone a true American

What about FEELING American. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Que de sentirse Americano/a (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy impo... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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82.

Immigrants today take advantage of jobs and opportunities here without doing enough to give back to the community.

Immigrants today take advantage of jobs and opportunities here without doing enough to give back to the community. Emigrantes a hoy en d?a toman ventaja de los trabajos y oportunidades aqu? sin hacer el esfuerzo de devolver algo a la comunidad. ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Immigrants today come to think of themselves as Americans just as much as immigrants from earlier eras did.

Immigrants today come to think of themselves as Americans just as much as immigrants from earlier eras did. Emigrantes a hoy se ven a si mismo/as como Americano/as al igual que emigrantes en tiempos pasados lo hicieron. ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Immigrants should really know what's going on in the United States if they want to stay here, but a lot of them just don't want to be bothered.

Immigrants should really know what's going on in the United States if they want to stay here, but a lot of them just don't want to be bothered. Emigrantes deber?an saber, que es lo que esta pasando en los Estados Unidos si es que se quieren quedar ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Blending into the larger society while still maintaining cultural traditions is difficult, but a lot of immigrants today seem to do a good job of it.

Blending into the larger society while still maintaining cultural traditions is difficult, but a lot of immigrants today seem to do a good job of it. Mezcl?ndose/asimil?ndose en la sociedad y al mismo tiempo mantener las tradiciones culturales es ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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If immigrants only tried harder to fit in, then more Americans would accept their cultural differences.

If immigrants only tried harder to fit in, then more Americans would accept their cultural differences. Si los emigrantes solo pusieran mas esfuerzo para incorporarse, entonces mas Americanos/as aceptar?an sus diferencias de culturas ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called?

This next set of questions focuses on the government. Many people do not know the answers to these questions. If there are some you don't know, please just say so. What are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution called? (IWR: IF R STATES DON... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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What position is held by William Rehnquist?

What position is held by William Rehnquist? (IWR: IF R STATES DON'T KNOW PLEASE STATE: "Please make your best guess.") ?Cual es el cargo que desempe?a William Rehnquist? (IWR: IF R STATES DON'T KNOW PLEASE STATE: " Porfavor tome su major atino.")... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Which political party has the most members in the House of Representatives-the Democrats or the Republicans?

Which political party has the most members in the House of Representatives - the Democrats or the Republicans? (IWR: IF R STATES DON'T KNOW PLEASE STATE: "Please make your best guess.") ?Cual partido politico tiene mas miembros en la casa de los... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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How many years is the term of a United States Senator?

How many years is the term of a United States Senator? (IWR: IF R STATES DON'T KNOW PLEASE STATE: "Please make your best guess.") ?Cuantos a?os dura el termino de un Senador en los Estados Unidos? (IWR: IF R STATES DON'T KNOW PLEASE STATE: " ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Computation of number of correct answers to four item political knowledge battery.

Computation of number of correct answers to four item political knowledge battery.

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Serving in the military - obligation you owe to other Americans

Serving in the military. (Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans) Sirviendo en la militar. (Es esta una obligaci?n que se le debe a otros Americano/as) ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Giving money to charities - Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans

Giving money to charities. (Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans) Dar dinero a organizaciones de caridad (Es esta una obligaci?n que se le debe a otros Americano/as) ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Paying taxes - obligation you owe to other Americans

Paying taxes. (Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans) Pagar impuestos (Es esta una obligaci?n que se le debe a otros Americano/as) ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Helping when there is a crisis or disaster in the nation - obligation you owe to other Americans

Helping when there is a crisis or disaster in the nation. (Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans) Ayudar cuando hay una crisis o desastre en la naci?n(Es esta una obligaci?n que se le debe a otros Americano/as) ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Volunteering in your local community - obligation you owe to other Americans

Volunteering in your local community. (Is this an obligation you owe to other Americans) Darse de voluntario en su comunidad local (Es esta una obligaci?n que se le debe a otros Americano/as) ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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97.

Irish, Italians, and Jews overcame prejudice and worked their way up. Today's immigrants should do the same.

Irish, Italians, and Jews overcame prejudice and worked their way up. Today's immigrants should do the same. Irlandeses, Italianos, y Jud?os vencieron perjuicios y trabajaron hasta que alcanzaron el ?xito. Los emigrantes de hoy deber?an de hace... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Years of discrimination have created conditions that make it difficult for immigrants to work their way out of the lower class.

Years of discrimination have created conditions that make it difficult for immigrants to work their way out of the lower class. A?os de discriminaci?n han creado condiciones que han hecho dif?cil para emigrantes trabajar y salir de la pobreza ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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If immigrants would only try harder, they could be just as well off as people born in America.

It's really just a matter of some people not trying hard enough. If immigrants would only try harder, they could be just as well off as people born in America. La realidad es que algunas personas no quieren hacer grandes sacrificios. Si los emigra... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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100.

Over the last few years, immigrants have gotten less than they deserve

Over the last few years, immigrants have gotten less than they deserve. En los a?os pasados, emigrantes han recibido menos de lo que se merecen. ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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101.

The country would be better off if more of our immigrants were from Europe instead of from Asia and Latin America

The country would be better off if more of our immigrants were from Europe instead of from Asia and Latin America. El pa?s estar?a mejor si mas de nuestros emigrantes fueran de Europa en vez de Asia y Latinoam?rica ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Immigrants who are Muslim just won't ever seem American to me.

Immigrants who are Muslim just won't ever seem American to me. Emigrantes quien son Musulmanes simplemente nunca me parecer?n Americano/as. ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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103.

The idea of an America where most people are not white bothers me.

The idea of an America where most people are not white bothers me. La idea de Am?rica donde la mayor?a de la gente no es blanca me molesta ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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104.

Most people can be trusted, or you can't be too careful in dealing with people

Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted, or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? ?Generalmente hablando, usted dir?a que la mayor?a de la gente se le puede confiar, o que nunca esta de mas tener cuidado a... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Approval for the racial profiling of motorists

It has been reported that some police officers stop motorists of certain racial or ethnic groups because the officers believe that these groups are more likely than others to commit certain types of crime. This practice is known as racial profiling.... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Approval for the racial profiling of Arab or of Middle Eastern people

Since September 11th, some law enforcement agencies have stopped and searched people who are Arab or of Middle Eastern descent to see if they may be involved in potential terrorist activities. Do you approve or disapprove of this kind of profiling... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Support or oppose allowing the government to hold Arabs who are US citizens in camps

If there were another terrorist attack in the U.S. with Arab or Middle-Eastern suspects, would you support or oppose allowing the government to hold Arabs who are US citizens in camps until it can be determined whether they have links to terrorist ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Support or oppose allowing the government to hold Arab immigrants in camps

If there were another terrorist attack in the U.S. with Arab or Middle-Eastern suspects, would you support or oppose allowing the government to hold Arab immigrants in camps until it can be determined whether they have links to terrorist organiza... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Worried about the possibility that there will be more major terrorist attacks in the United States in the near future

How worried are you about the possibility that there will be more major terrorist attacks in the United States in the near future......are you very worried, somewhat worried, not worried at all? ?Que tan preocupado/a esta usted acerca de la posib... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Worried that R or a close relative or friend might be the victim of a terrorist attack in the United States

How worried are you that you or a close relative or friend might be the victim of a terrorist attack in the United States....are you very worried, somewhat worried, or not worried at all? ?Qu? tan preocupado/a esta, que a usted, o un familiar cer... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe discrimination against (people from R's self-identified race) is a problem in schools

In general, do you think discrimination against (ethnicity fill) is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem in schools? ?En general, usted piensa que la discriminaci?n en las escuelas contra (ethnicity fill) es un problema mayor, un pr... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe discrimination against (R's self-identified race) is a problem in the workplace

What about in the workplace? (Do you think discrimination against (ethnicity fill) is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem) ?Y que opina acerca del lugar de trabajo? (Usted piensa que la discriminaci?n en contra de (ethnicity fill)... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe (R's self identified race) is prevented from succeeding in America

What about in preventing (ethnicity fill) in general from succeeding in America? Do you think that is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem? ?En general que opina acerca de prevenir (ethnicity fill) que obtengan el ?xito en Am?rica? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe discrimination against (People from R's Q8 ANCESTID) is a problem in schools

In general, do you think discrimination against (country of origin fill) is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem in schools? ?En general, usted cree que la discriminaci?n en las escuelas contra es un problema mayor, un... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe discrimination against (people from R's Q8 ANCESTID) is a problem in the workplace

What about in the workplace? (Do you think discrimination against (country of origin fill) is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem in the workplace) ?Y que opina acerca del lugar de trabajo? (Usted piensa que la discriminaci?n en c... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Believe (People from R's Q8 ANCESTID) are prevented from succeeding in America

What about in preventing (Country of origin fill) in general from succeeding in America? Do you think that is a major problem, a minor problem, or not a problem? ?En general que opina acerca de prevenir que obtengan el ?xito en Am... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Do you think you have ever been denied a job or a promotion because of your racial or ethnic background?

Do you think you have ever been denied a job or a promotion because of your racial or ethnic background? ?Usted cree que alguna vez se le ha sido negado un trabajo o promoci?n por ser de su grupo ?tnico o racial? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Do you think you generally receive worse service than other people at restaurants or stores because of your racial or ethnic background?

Do you think you generally receive worse service than other people at restaurants or stores because of your racial or ethnic background? ?Generalmente usted cree que recibe servicio peor que otras personas en restaurantes o tiendas por causa de ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Do you think your racial or ethnic background has made it difficult for you to succeed in America?

Do you think your racial or ethnic background has made it difficult for you to succeed in America? ?Usted cree que su origen ?tnico o de raza ha sido la raz?n por la cual usted a tenido dificultades en superase en Am?rica? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Would you say that in the past year the national economy has gotten better, stayed the same, or gotten worse?

Would you say that in the past year the national economy has gotten better, stayed the same, or gotten worse? Usted dir?a que en el a?o pasado la econom?a nacional se ha mejorado, se ha quedado igual, o se ha empeorado ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Organizational membership

As you know, people can belong to various organizations or associations such as labor unions, professional associations, fraternal groups such as Lions or Elks, hobby clubs or sports teams, groups working on political issues, community groups, and... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Number of R's organizational memberships

About how many? ?Aproximadamente cuantas?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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R's activity in organization R is most active in

As you know, there are many ways people can be active members of their organizations. I am going to read a few of those ways. Please tell me which one comes closest to describing your activity in the organization or association you have been MOST ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Respondent's age

Thank you. My final set of questions asks you a little bit more about yourself. These questions are for statistical purposes only. What is your age? Mi ultima serie de preguntas se trata un poquito mas acerca de usted. Estas preguntas son solam... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


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Highest grade of school or year of college R has completed

What is the highest grade of school or year of college you have completed? ?Cual es el grado mas alto de escuela o a?os de colegio que usted termino? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.

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