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					GESIS                              Zentralarchiv für
                                   Empirische Sozialforschung




                           Codebook

                           ZA Study 2900




                           ISSP 1996

   R O L E O F G O V E R N M E N T III

                           Participating Nations:

                           Australia
                           Bulgaria
                           Canada
                           Cyprus
                           Czech Republic
                           France
                           Germany
                           Great Britain
                           Hungary
                           Ireland
                           Israel
                           Italy
                           Japan
                           Latvia
                           New Zealand
                           Norway
                           Philippines
                           Poland
                           Russia
                           Slovenia
                           Spain
                           Sweden
                           Switzerland
                           United States
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Third edition: October 2000
Acknowledgement of Assistance



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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgement of Assistance ..............................................................................................I - 3
An Introduction to the ISSP................................................................................................. I - 6
The International Social Survey Programme....................................................................... I - 6
ISSP Modules 1985 - 2000 .................................................................................................. I - 7
The ISSP Members Institute Addresses & ISSP Contacts .................................................. I - 8
Study Descriptions ............................................................................................................... I - 12
        Australia .................................................................................................................. I - 13
        Bulgaria ................................................................................................................... I - 15
        Canada..................................................................................................................... I - 17
        Cyprus ..................................................................................................................... I - 20
        Czech Republic ....................................................................................................... I - 22
        Germany (East, West) ............................................................................................. I - 27
        France...................................................................................................................... I - 25
        Great Britain............................................................................................................ I - 33
        Hungary................................................................................................................... I - 36
        Ireland ..................................................................................................................... I - 40
        Israel........................................................................................................................ I - 42
        Italy ......................................................................................................................... I - 44
        Japan........................................................................................................................ I - 45
        Latvia....................................................................................................................... I - 48
        New Zealand ........................................................................................................... I - 51
        Norway.................................................................................................................... I - 55
        Philippines............................................................................................................... I - 58
        Poland...................................................................................................................... I - 61
        Russia ...................................................................................................................... I - 63
        Slovenia................................................................................................................... I - 69
        Spain........................................................................................................................ I - 71
        Sweden .................................................................................................................... I - 73
        Switzerland.............................................................................................................. I - 77
        USA......................................................................................................................... I - 80
Codebook Information ......................................................................................................... I - 82
Explanations......................................................................................................................... I - 83

Codebook Part
Data Documentation and Cross-national Frequencies..................................................................... 1
Appendix : Notes.......................................................................................................................... 217
     1 International Occupation Codes: ILO / ISCO 1968 / 1988 ......................................... 217
     2 National Specific Occupation Codes ............................................................................. 240
     3 Region Codes.................................................................................................................. 281
     4 Place of Residence.......................................................................................................... 285
Variable List ................................................................................................................................. 286
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An Introduction to the ISSP

The International Social Survey Programme

The ISSP is a continuing annual programme of cross-national collaboration on surveys covering
topics important for social science research. It brings together pre-existing social science projects
and coordinates research goals, thereby adding a cross-national, cross-cultural perspective to the
individual national studies. Twenty-nine countries are members of the ISSP.

It started late in 1983 when SCPR, London, secured funds from the Nuffield Foundation to hold
meetings to further international collaboration between four existing surveys - the General Social
Survey, conducted by NORC in the USA, the British Social Attitudes Survey, conducted by
SCPR in Great Britain, the Allgemeine Bevoelkerungsumfrage der Sozialwissenschaften,
conducted by ZUMA in West Germany and the National Social Science Survey, conducted by
ANU in Australia. Prior to this, NORC and ZUMA had been collaborating bilaterally since 1982
on a common set of questions.

The four founding members agreed to (1) jointly develop modules dealing with important areas
of social science, (2) field the modules as a fifteen-minute supplement to the regular national
surveys (or a special survey if necessary), (3) include an extensive common core of background
variables and (4) make the data available to the social science community as soon as possible.

Each research organisation funds all of its own costs. There are no central funds. The merging of
the data into a cross-national data set is performed by the Zentralarchiv fuer Empirische
Sozialforschung, University of Cologne.
Since 1984, the ISSP has grown to 29 nations: the founding four - Australia, Germany, Great
Britain and the United States - plus Austria, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, the
Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Israel, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, the Netherlands, New
Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, the Slovakian Republic, Slovenia,
Spain and Sweden.

The annual topics for the ISSP are developed over several years by a sub-committee and are pre-
tested in various countries. The annual plenary meeting of the ISSP then adopts the final
questionnaire. ISSP questions need to be relevant to all countries and expressed in an equivalent
manner in all languages. The questionnaire is originally drafted in British English and then
translated into other languages.

The ISSP marks several new departures in the area of cross-national research. First, the
collaboration between organisations is not ad hoc or intermittent, but routine and continual.
Second, while necessarily more circumscribed than collaboration dedicated solely to cross-
national research on a single topic, the ISSP makes cross-national research a basic part of the
national research agenda of each participating country. Third, by combining a cross-time with a
cross-national perspective, two powerful research designs are being used to study societal
processes.
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ISSP Modules 1985 - 2000

ISSP 1985     Role of Government I                                      ZA No. 1490

ISSP 1986     Social Networks and Support Systems                       ZA No. 1620

ISSP 1987     Social Inequality I                                       ZA No. 1680

ISSP 1988     Family and Changing Gender Roles I                        ZA No. 1700

ISSP 1989     Work Orientations I                                       ZA No. 1840

ISSP 1990     Role of Government II                                     ZA No. 1950

ISSP 1991     Religion I                                                ZA No. 2150

ISSP 1992     Social Inequality II                                      ZA No. 2310

ISSP 1993     Environment I                                             ZA No. 2450

ISSP 1994     Family and Changing Gender Roles II                       ZA No. 2620

ISSP 1995     National Identity                                         ZA No. 2880

ISSP 1996     Role of Government III                                    ZA No. 2900

ISSP 1997     Work Orientations II                                      ZA No. 3090

ISSP 1998     Religion II                                               ZA No. 3190

ISSP 1999     Social Inequality III

ISSP 2000     Environment II
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The ISSP Members Institute Addresses & ISSP Contacts

An updated version of member organisations is always available at the ISSP world wide web
site: http://www.issp.org

Secretariat:                                         Archive:
Tom W. Smith (Secretary)                             Rolf Uher, Wolfgang Jagodzinski
National Opinion Research Center (NORC)              Zentralarchiv für Empirische Sozialforschung (ZA)
1155 East 60th Street                                Universität zu Köln
Chicago, IL 60637                                    Bachemer Str. 40
U.S.A.                                               50931 Köln
                                                     GERMANY


Members:
Australia                                            Canada
Jonathan Kelley                                      Alan Frizzell,
International Survey Centre, RSSS                    School of Journalism and Mass Communications
The Australian National University                   Survey Center
Canberra ACT 0200                                    Carleton University
AUSTRALIA                                            346 St. Patrick's Building
                                                     Ottawa
Austria                                              CANADA KIS 5B6
Max Haller
                                                     Chile
Institute of Sociology
University of Graz                                   Carla Lehmann
Universitaetsstraße 15/G4                            Centro de Estudios Publicos
8010 Graz                                            Monseñor Só Sanz 175
AUSTRIA                                              Santiago
                                                     CHILE
Bangladesh
                                                     Cyprus
Q. K. Ahmad
Chairman: Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad                Bambos Papageorgiou
33, Road 4                                           Center of Applied Research
Dhanmondi R.A.                                       Cyprus College
P.O. Box 5007 (New Market)                           6 Diogenes Street
Dhaka - 1205                                         Engomi
BANGLADESH                                           P.O. Box 2006
                                                     Nicosia
Bulgaria                                             CYPRUS
Lilia Dimova
                                                     Czech Republic
Agency for Social Analyses
1 Macedonia Sq.                                      Petr Mateju
1040 Sofia                                           Institute of Sociology
BULGARIA                                             Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
                                                     Jilska 1
                                                     110 00 Praha 1
                                                     CZECH REPUBLIC
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Denmark                                               Great Britain
Jørgen Goul Andersen                                  Alison Park
Dept. of Economics, Politics and Public               SCPR (Social and Community Planning Research)
Administration                                        35 Northampton Square
Aalborg University                                    London, EC1V OAX
Fibigerstraede 1                                      GREAT BRITAIN
9220 Aalborg Øst
DENMARK                                               Hungary

France
                                                      Peter Robert
Yannik Lemel                                          TÁRKI (Social Research Informatics Center)
FRANCE-ISSP Association                               Budaörsi út. 45, floor 10-11
Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique        1132 Budapest
Laboratoire de Sociologie Quantitative                HUNGARY
Timbre J350 - Bureau E33 bis
9224 Malakoff Cedex                                   Ireland
FRANCE
                                                      Conor Ward
                                                      SSRC (Social Science Research Centre)
Pierre Brechon, Bruno Cautres
                                                      University College Dublin
CIDSP (Centre d'Information des Données
                                                      Dublin 4
Socio-Politiques)
                                                      IRELAND
Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Grenoble
Domaine Universitaire
                                                      Israel
BP 45
38402 Saint Martin D'Heres Cedex                      Noah Lewin-Epstein
FRANCE                                                Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology
                                                      Tel Aviv University
L. Chauvel, M. Forse                                  P.O. Box 39040, Ramat Aviv
OFCE (Observatoire Française des                      69978 Tel Aviv
Conjonctures Economiques)                             ISRAEL
69, Quai d'Orsay
75340 Paris Cedex 07                                  Italy
FRANCE
                                                      Giovanna Guidorossi
                                                      EURISKO
A. Degenne
                                                      Via Monte Rosa 15
LASMAS (Laboratoire d'Analyse Secondaire et
                                                      20149 Milano
de Méthodes Appliquées en Sociologie)
                                                      ITALY
59-61, rue Pouchet
75849 Paris Cedex 07
                                                      Japan
FRANCE
                                                      Noriko Onodera
Germany                                               NHK, Broadcasting Culture Research Institute
                                                      Public Opinion Research Division
Janet Harkness
                                                      2-1-1 Atago
ZUMA (Zentrum für Umfragen, Methoden und
                                                      Minato-ku
Analysen)
                                                      Tokyo
P.O. BOX 12 21 55
                                                      105 JAPAN
68072 Mannheim
GERMANY
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Latvia                                               Portugal
Aivars Tabuns                                        Manuel Villaverde Cabral
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology                Instituto de Ciências Sociais
Akademijas laukums 1                                 University of Lisbon
1940 Riga                                            Av. Forças Armadas
LATVIA                                               Edif. I.S.C.T.E.D.
                                                     1600 Lisbon
Brigita Zepa                                         PORTUGAL
Baltic Data House
Akas 5/7                                             Russia
1050 Riga
                                                     Ludmila Khakhulina
LATVIA
                                                     The Center for Public Opinion and Market
Netherlands                                          Research (VCIOM)
                                                     17, Nikolskaya
Jos Becker                                           Moscow 103012
SCP (Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau)                RUSSIA, CIS
J.C. van Markenlaan 3, Postbus 37
2280 AA Rijswijk                                     Slovakian Republic
THE NETHERLANDS
                                                     Magdalena Piscova
New Zealand                                          Institute of Sociology
                                                     Slovak Academy of Sciences
Philip Gendall                                       Klemensova 19
Department of Marketing                              81364 Bratislava
Massey University                                    SLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC
Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North                                     Slovenia
NEW ZEALAND
                                                     Niko Toš
Norway                                               Public Opinion and Mass Communications
                                                     Research Centre
Knut Kalgraff Skjåk,                                 Faculty for Social Sciences
NSD (Norwegian Social Science Data Services)         University of Ljubljana
Hans Holmboesgate 22                                 Kardeljeva ploscad 5
5007 Bergen                                          1000 Ljubljana
NORWAY                                               SLOVENIA
Philippines                                          Spain
Linda Luz Guerrero                                   Juan Díez-Nicolás
Social Weather Stations, Inc.                        ASEP (Análisis Sociológicos Económicos y
PSSC Building                                        Políticos)
Commonwealth Avenue                                  Po de la Castellana 173, 5o Izquierda
Diliman                                              28046 Madrid
Quezon City 1101                                     SPAIN
PHILIPPINES
                                                     Pilar del Castillo
Poland                                               CIS (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas)
Bogdan Cichomski                                     Montalbán 8
ISS (Institute for Social Studies)                   28014 Madrid
University of Warsaw                                 SPAIN
Stawki 5/7
00-183 Warsaw
POLAND
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Sweden                                         USA
Stefan Svallfors                               Tom W. Smith
Dept. of Sociology                             NORC (National Opinion Research Center)
University of Umeå                             1155 East 60th Street
901 87 Umeå                                    Chicago, IL 60637
SWEDEN                                         U.S.A.
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Study Descriptions

To differentiate countries in the crosstabulations within this codebook we have decided to use
(mainly) the international automobile identification codes:




              Australia               AUS
              Austria                 A
              Bangladesh              BD
              Bulgaria                BG
              Canada                  CDN
              Chile                   RCH
              Czech Republic          CZ
              France                  F
              Germany (West)          D-W
              Germany (East)          D-E
              Great Britain           GB
              Hungary                 H
              Ireland                 IRL
              Israel (Jews)           IL-J
              Israel (Arabs)          IL-A
              Italy                   I
              Japan                   J
              Latvia                  LV
              Netherlands             NL
              New Zealand             NZ
              Norway                  N
              Philippines             RP
              Poland                  PL
              Portugal                P
              Russia                  RUS
              Slovakian Republic      SK
              Slovenia                SLO
              Spain                   E
              Sweden                  S
              Switzerland             CH
              USA                     USA
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Study Description:     Australia

Study title:           International Social Science Survey/ Australia (ISSS/A) 1996

Fieldwork dates:

Principal investigators: Jonathan Kelley, Mariah Evans

Sample type:

Fieldwork institute:

Fieldwork methods:

Context of ISSP questionnaire:


Sample size:           2151

Response rates:              A - Total issued (total sample)
                             B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                             C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        2151 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                             E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                             F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                             G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                             H - Other non-response

Language:              English

Weighted:              No

Known systematic properties:

Deviations from ISSP questionnaire:

Publications:
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National Population Characteristics: Australia

Gender:
                                    Census       NSSS      ISSS/A     ISSS/A     ISSS/A
                                     1991       1989-90     1993      1993-94     1995
Male                                  49.0 %      49.5 %     53.3 %     51.2 %     49.2 %
Female                                51.0 %      50.5 %     46.7 %     48.8 %     50.8 %
N=                                                  6037       2197       1775       2256

Age Groups:
(The survey figures are based on age at the time of the 1989-90 survey)
                                    Census       NSSS      ISSS/A     ISSS/A     ISSS/A
                                     1991       1989-90     1993      1993-94     1995
18 - 24 (1995: 20 - 24)               15.4 %      11.7 %      8.6 %      8.5 %      3.9 %
25 - 34                               22.1 %      22.3 %     19.0 %     18.8 %     15.3 %
35 - 44                               20.7 %      22.8 %     23.5 %     24.3 %     23.3 %
45 - 54                               14.8 %      16.3 %     18.2 %     18.8 %     20.7 %
55 - 64                               11.5 %      13.3 %     16.2 %     15.5 %     15.1 %
65 +                                  15.5 %      13.6 %     14.6 %     14.0 %     21.8 %
N=                                                  5971       2153       1746       2237

Age left school:
(Census figures are for persons aged 15 and over, with not stated and those still at school
omitted from both census and survey figures)
                                    Census       NSSS      ISSS/A     ISSS/A     ISSS/A
                                     1991       1989-90     1993      1993-94     1995
Under 15/none                         18.3 %      18.3 %     17.6 %     16.3 %      14 %
15                                    24.0 %      23.5 %     22.4 %     22.1 %      20 %
16                                    22.0 %      23.4 %     23.6 %     23.0 %      24 %
17                                    18.5 %      21.1 %     21.9 %     23.5 %      25 %
18                                    10.7 %      10.7 %     11.9 %     12.5 %      14 %
19 and over                            6.6 %       3.0 %      2.7 %      2.7 %
N=                                                  5666       2144       1735      2883
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Study Description:     Bulgaria

Study title:           Government, Civil Society, Work

Fieldwork dates:       February to May 1997

Principal investigators: Dr. Lilia Dimova, Agency for Social Analyses (ASA), Sofia, Bulgaria

Sample type:           Two-stage cluster sample, representative for whole adult population
                       over 18 years; selected by Kish

Fieldwork methods:     Face-to-face interview

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        A 1 - A 18 C = Role of Government III
                        B 1 - B 34 = Work Orientation

Sample size:           Achieved Sample - 1012

Response rates:        1100   A - Total issued (total sample)
                         38   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                       1062   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                       1012   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         50   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         24   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                         19   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                          7   H - Other non-response

Language:              Bulgarian

Weighted:              Yes

Weighting procedure: Weighting variable based on education, age and gender

Deviations from ISSP questions:
                       C 1 - C 7 B, D 9 A = questions from the BGSS;
                       Control Code:B 12 - B 26: 0 = not applicable
                                     B 27 - B 34: 0 = not applicable
                       Used 1988 ISCO code in D 9 and D 16
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National Population Characteristics: Bulgaria

Population aged 18 and over (%)

Source:                             Census of         Ministry of Labour   Sample Data
                                    Population         & Social Policy
                                    4/12/1992            31/12/1996
Gender:
Male                                         51.4 %                               51.2 %
Female                                       48.6 %                               48.8 %

Age Groups:
18 - 30                                      22.1 %                               21.9 %
31 - 50                                      35.9 %                               35.6 %
51 and over                                  42.0 %                               42.5 %

Education:
None + elementary                            15.6 %                               15.1 %
Primary (8 years)                            30.9 %                               31.1 %
Secondary (12 years)                         43.7 %                               44.0 %
University (17 years)                         9.8 %                                9.8 %

Unemployment rate:
                                                                 11.1 %           12.1 %
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Study Description:     Canada

Study title:           1996 Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:       November 1, 1996 - December 30, 1996

Principal investigators: Carleton University Survey Centre

Sample type:           Stratified multi-stage Random Sampling

Fieldwork methods:     Self-completion with drop-off and collection

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Stand alone

Sampling method:       A stratified multi-stage sampling method was employed using as the
                       primary strata the five main regions; Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario,
                       Western Canada and British Columbia. Within these regions major sub-
                       areas were randomly selected from Federal Electoral Districts.

                       Eastern Canada - St. Johns, Newfoundland, St. John, New Brunswick,
                                        Halifax, Nova Scotia, Charlottetown, Prince Edward
                                        Island
                       Quebec -         Quebec East, Hull/Aylmer, Outremont/Westmount
                       Ontario -        Ottawa East, Toronto Centre, Kingston and the
Islands
                       Western Canada - St. Boniface, Manitoba, Regina East, Saskatchewan
                                         Calgary West, Alberta
                       British Columbia - Fraser Valley East, North Vancouver/Burnaby
                                        Vancouver Centre

                       Within each of these districts two Enumeration Areas were randomly
                       selected. Using Census maps the first two streets that began with the
                       letter d and b and contained more than 50 residential units were then
                       chosen resulting in a total of 64 sampling frames. Interviewers were
                       instructed to divide the number of residences on any given street by the
                       number of sample points required. In-home sampling used the "first
                       birthday" technique.

Sample size:           1182
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Response rates:          2570   A - Total issued (total sample)
                            -   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                         1764   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         1182   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                          582   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                          806   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                            -   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                            -   H - Other non-response

Language:              French / English

Weighted:               Yes

Weighting procedure: Due to stratification by province, the data are weighted for age, sex and
                     province using 1991 Statistics Canada census parameters.

Deviations from ISSP questionnaire:
                       None

Publications:          Shades of Green, edited by Alan Frizzell and Jon Pammett, Ottawa,
                       Carleton University Press, 1997.
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National Population Characteristics: Canada

Source:                         Statistics Canada

Gender:
Male                                   49.3 %
Female                                 50.7 %

Age Groups:
18 - 24                                13.3 %
25 - 34                                23.8 %
35 - 44                                21.6 %
45 - 54                                14.7 %
55 - 64                                11.8 %
65 +                                   14.8 %

Years of Schooling (population 18+):
1 - 9 years                            20.5 %
10 - 11 years                          19.0 %
12 - 13 years                          30.1 %
14 + years                             30.1 %

Employment:
Employed                               61.0 %
Unemployed                              6.9 %
Not in labour force                    32.1 %
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Study Description:     Cyprus

Study title:           ISSP 1996: The Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:       November 1 - 30, 1996

Principal investigators: Dr B. Papageorgiou

Sample type:           Random stratified Household survey

Fieldwork methods:     Face-to-face interview

Sampling method:       Two-stage cluster sampling
                       Step 1: Cyprus was divided into its four districts (Larnaca/Famagusta,
                       Nicosia, Limassol, Paphos); sample size per district proportional to the
                       percentage of the total country population residing in each district.
                       Step 2: Each district was divides according to the community type
                       (urban, suburban and rural); sample size per community type
                       proportional to the percentage of the total district population residing in
                       each type.
                       After steps 1 and 2 we had 12 sampling regions (4 districts x 3
                       community types per district). At this point we performed two-stage
                       cluster sampling in each sampling region as follows:
                       Stage 1: Divide each region into N clusters and randomly select n of
                       these clusters.
                       Stage 2: In each cluster randomly select a starting point. begin the
                       household selection process at this point, and follow a pre-assigned route
                       selecting between 5 and 7 sampling units (households) in each cluster.

Sample size:           1000

Response rates:          1355   A - Total issued (total sample)
                            0   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                         1355   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         1000   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                          355   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                          160   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                          160   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                           35   H - Other non-response

Language:              Greek

Weighted:              No

Publications:          Center of Applied Research: Attitudes of Citizens on the Role of
                       Government, Nicosia, 1997
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National Population Characteristics: Cyprus


Gender:                             1992 Census
Male                                      49.8 %
Female                                    50.2 %

Age Groups:
0-9                                       16.0 %
10 - 19                                   16.0 %
20 - 29                                   13.8 %
30 - 39                                   15.4 %
40 - 49                                   13.5 %
50 - 59                                   10.3 %
60 - 69                                    7.5 %
70 +                                       7.6 %

Education:                         1992 Census refers to all persons 20+ years of age (educational
                                   attainment)
Never attended school                          5%
Elementary school                             40 %
Secondary technical                           38 %
University and College                        17 %

Employment status:                            1996
Employed                                  46.0 %
Unemployed                                 1.5 %
Not in labour force                       52.2 %
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Study Description:      Czech Republic

Study title:            Role of Government, ISSP 1996

Fieldwork dates:        First wave in the last decade of October 1996, second wave in the first
                        half of December 1996

Principal investigators: Research team on Social Stratification, Institute of Sociology, Academy
                         of Science of the Czech Republic, Prague

Sample type:            Three-stage random stratified sample
                        First stage: Selection of 100 largest settlements (cities and towns) in the
                        Czech Republic. For every city/town on the list a random sampling of
                        addresses was made to select a number of people corresponding the
                        share of city/town population in the entire population of the Czech
                        Republic.
                        Second stage: Random selection of addresses from other settlements up
                        to the total size of the sample.
                        Third stage: a) Preparation of the list of all adult members (older than
                        18) in every contacted household.
                        b) Selection of the respondent using the "first birthday" technique.
                        If the selected person was not present, the interviewer had to make two
                        other attempts to contact. The replacement by the person with the second
                        closest birthday was allowed only in case of long term absence (one
                        month or more) of firstly selected respondent.

Fieldwork institute:    STEM - Center for Empirical Studies, Prague

Fieldwork methods:      Standardized face-to-face interviews conducted by trained interviewers
                        of STEM. 425 interviewers were contacted, 307 of them took part in the
                        survey. Before the interviewers visit all respondents (or their
                        households) were notified by a letter asking for cooperation.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Stand alone
Sample size:            1100

Response rates:           2309   A - Total issued (total sample)
                             0   B – Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                          2309   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                          1100   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                          1309   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                           113   F – Refusals (refusing to take part)
                           125   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                          1071   H - Other non-response
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                        Response rate: 47.6% = 2309 (total eligible) / 1100 (total received) x
                        100% Principal cause of the low response rate:
                        1.) In creasing unwillingness of potential respondents to be interviewed
                        about political issues. Two elections held in 1996 - parliamentary
                        elections (May 1996) and elections to the Senate (November 1996)
                        enormously increased the number of surveys on political issues. It resulted
                        in a certain hostility of people against polling agencies and surveys.
                        2.) Due to a number of reported misapplications of various databases of
                        private address by advertisement companies there has been an increase of
                        interview refusals in surveys using a fixed sampling frame.

Sampling frame:         VAKUS Database which includes every household paying for electricity,
                        gas TV or radio (approx. 5.5 mil of households). The database is
                        structured by regions (see the ISSP variable CZ_REG).

Language:               Czech

Weighted:               No

Known systematic properties:
                      No significant biases were identified in the data.

Deviations from ISSP questionnaire:
                       V1 'ZA study number': The number was not known. Coded 98
                       EDUCYEARS: uncompleted education and other than full time
                                    schooling also included.
                       DEGREE: category INCOMPLETE SECONDARY education
                                    includes also lower vocational education (see country
                                    specific categorisation in CZDEGREE variable
                       V66, V67, V68, V69, RINCOME, INCOME: Missing values coded
                                    according ISSP routine: 999998 Does not know, 999999
                                    Refused
                       RINCOME, INCOME: incomes per month
                       CZ_ETHN: Variable is not provided
                       Country specific variables and ISSP background variables not listed in
                       the ISSP96.spc file are attached after ISSP module


Publications:           Not yet
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National Population Characteristics: Czech Republic


Source:                     Czech Republic      Czech Stat. Office   Czech Republic
                             Census 1991         Zamestnanost          ISSP 1996
                             (aged 18 +)        vnárodním hospo-
                                                dárství“, 31.12.95
Gender:
Male                                   48.1 %                                49.4 %
Female                                 51.9 %                                50.6 %

Age Groups:
18 - 29                                22.4 %                                14.9 %
30 - 44                                29.5 %                                25.9 %
45 - 59                                24.2 %                                29.2 %
60 +                                   23.9 %                                29.4 %

Education:
Primary                                23.8 %                                16.7 %
Secondary without diploma              35.9 %                                42.2 %
Secondary with diploma                 29.0 %                                30.0 %
Tertiary                               11.3 %                                11.1 %

Employment Status:
Employed                                                   65.3 %
Unemployed                                                  1.9 %
Not in labour force                                        32.8 %

Regions:
Prague                                 11.8 %                                11.6 %
Central Bohemia                        10.8 %                                10.5 %
South Bohemia                           6.8 %                                 8.7 %
West Bohemia                            8.3 %                                 7.1 %
North Bohemia                          11.4 %                                 9.1 %
East Bohemia                           12.0 %                                13.6 %
South Moravia                          19.9 %                                20.2 %
North Moravia                          19.0 %                                19.1 %
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Study Description:     France

Study title:           Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:       October 7, to December 7, 1997

Principal investigator: Yannick Lemel

Sample type:           Random Equal Probability

Fieldwork methods:     Mail

Sample size:           1312

Response rates:         10 000   A - Total issued (total sample)
                           155   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                         9 854   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         1 312   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         8 533   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         8 509   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                             0   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                            24   H - Other non-response

Language:              French

Weighted:              Yes

Weighting procedure: Post-stratification weighting
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National Population Characteristics: France

Source:                           INSEE 1997 Labour force survey

Random sample of the population being more than 17 years old; sample size is 140 994

Gender:
Male                                     47.9 %
Female                                   52.1 %

Age Groups:
18 - 29                                  21.4 %
30 - 39                                  19.3 %
40 - 49                                  19.0 %
50 - 59                                  13.7 %
60 - 69                                  12.4 %
70 +                                     14.2 %

Education:
Primary                                   6.9 %
Secondary incomplete                     10.9 %
High school complete                     13.1 %
University or College                    16.6 %

Employment status:
Employed                                 50.2 %
Unemployed                                7.0 %
Not in labour force                      42.8 %
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Study Description:     Germany (East, West)

Study title:           ISSP 1996 Germany, Role of Government III, Western and Eastern
                       Germany

Fieldwork dates:       February 29th to July 1st, 1996

Principal investigator: Janet Harkness, Peter Mohler

Sample type:           Multi-stage random sample of names and addresses (adults of 18 and
                       older) drawn from municipality residents' registers living in private
                       accommodation.

Fieldwork methods:     Self-completion after ALLBUS face-to-face. See variable D_mode96
                       for those who were interviewed instead of self-completion:

                       D_mode96           mode of issp 96
                       Value label                          Value Frequency     Percent
                       self completion by respondent            1      2340        67.4
                       interviewer assisted completion          2      1128        32.5
                       no answer to mode question               9         2         0.1
                                                            Total      3470      100.0

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The ISSP study followed on from the ALLBUS 1996 study (the biennial
                        German social survey)

Sample size:           3470 (West: 2361, East: 1109)

Response rates:          Total   West East
                         7185    4939 2246 A - Total issued (total sample)
                          697     509 188 B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                         6488    4430 2058 C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         3470    2361 1109 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         3018    2069 949 E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         2412    1616 796 F - Total Refusals (refusing to take part)
                         2364    1575 789      Refusals ALLBUS + ISSP
                           48      41    7     Refusals ISSP alone
                          277     207   70 G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                          329     246   83 H - Other non-response

Language:              German

Weighted:              No

Weighting Procedure: Sample for Eastern Germany deliberately over-samples the five new
                     federal states. If an analyses is made for all of Germany rather than
                     eastern and western separately, weighting is necessary (described in
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                        Wasmer et al. 1996, p. 61f). ISSP 1996 is a person-based sample.
                        Findings in the cumulative ALLBUS Codebook (ALLBUS 1980-96,
                        Codebook ZA-No. 1795) suggest, however, that no weighting for
                        analysis at household level is necessary (pp. 9-12). See 'statistics for
                        weighting ' in the National population statistics.

Known systematic properties:
                      None

Deviations from ISSP questionnaire:
                       None

Publications:           Wasmer, M., Koch, A., Harkness, J. & Gabler, S. (1996): Konzeption
                        und Durchfuehrung der 'Allgemeinen Bevoelkerungsumfrage der
                        Sozialwissenschaften' (ALLBUS) 1996. ZUMA-Arbeitsbericht 96/08.
                        ZUMA: Mannheim

Information on the background variables:
                       MARITAL: The category 'single, never married' is asked 1996 only as
                                    'single' (German word 'ledig'). The German word means
                                    'unmarried'.
                       COHAB R: ALLBUS question is actually two questions. One includes
                                    partners who do not live with R. The second establishes
                                    who does live together with a partner.
                       EDUCYRS: constructed on bases of recode Education II. Scheme
                                    suggested by M: Braun.
                       WORKST R: ALLBUS formulations are 'full time', 'half time', 'on the
                                    side', 'not employed', 'helping family member', followed
                                    by those 'not in labour force'. 'On the side' means a little
                                    job, not an additional job.
                       WRKHRS R: not asked
                       WORKGOVT R: Germany cannot readily distinguish between
                                    government and public. ALLBUS asks if respondents
                                    work for the government (which in German covers public
                                    employment too) and whether they are self-employed.
                                    Categories two and three therefore not distinguished.
                       UNION R: additional questions in ALLBUS: (1) which TU; (2) Party
                                    member
                       INCOME F: Wording is: How high is the monthly net income of your
                                    household in toto? By that I mean the sum remaining after
                                    taxes and (various) contributions have been deducted.
                       R INCOME: Wording is: How high is your own monthly net income?
                                    By that I mean the sum remaining after taxes and
                                    (various) contributions have been deducted. The
                                    contributions in German are something which sounds like
                                    'social insurance' (Sozialversicherung). It includes
                                    (currently) old age pension contributions, unemployment
                                    contributions, a 'solidarity' contribution (for renewal in
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                        eastern Germany). Medical insurance, whether voluntary
                        or compulsory is a separate contribution (lower salaries
                        have compulsory medical insurance).
              HHCYCLE: sex, date of birth, marital status for each person in
                        household. In addition ALLBUS asks type of
                        accommodation (rented, owned, etc.)
              PARTY_LR: asked as scale. Also asked 'vote last election', 'Sunday
                        vote', and 'why not vote'.
              REGION:   BIK type and political district size
              D_ETHN: numerous question on nationality, country of origin,
                        duration of residence in Germany, and information about
                        parents are asked in ALLBUS.
              ISCO:     asked for those formerly employed as well and for spouse
                        and for father.
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National Population Characteristics: Germany

Source:                          1995 Mikrozensus. Provided by Bernhard Schimpl-
                                 Neimanns, ZUMA. For private households all nationalities

Gender:                                 WEST                    EAST
Male                                         48.0 %                   47.2 %
Female                                       52.0 %                   52.8 %

Age Groups:
18 - 19                                       2.5 %                    2.7 %
20 - 24                                       7.6 %                    7.1 %
25 - 29                                      10.1 %                    8.7 %
30 - 34                                      10.3 %                   10.5 %
35 - 39                                       9.1 %                    9.6 %
40 - 44                                       8.5 %                    9.5 %
45 - 49                                       7.6 %                    6.8 %
50 - 54                                       8.5 %                    8.9 %
55 - 59                                       9.3 %                    9.9 %
60 - 64                                       6.7 %                    7.7 %
65 - 69                                       6.4 %                    6.5 %
70 - 74                                       5.5 %                    5.1 %
75 +                                          7.6 %                    6.8 %

Employment status:
Employed                                     51.8 %                   54.3 %
Employed less than 15 hours                   2.7 %                    0.7 %
Not employed                                 45.5 %                   45.1 %

Professional status:                    WEST                    EAST
                                  Employed   Employed      Employed   Employed
                                             less 15 hrs              less 15 hrs

Self-employed no employees         4.4 % 7.6 % 3.0 % 8.6 %
Self-employed with employees       5.7 % 1.7 % 4.1 % 2.0 %
Helping family member              1.3 % 6.5 % 0.3 % 2.6 %
Civil servant (Beamten status)     8.0 % 2.1 % 2.8 % 0.6 %
White collar (office)             45.4 % 42.9 % 46.9 % 45.5 %
Worker, cottage industry          43.1 % 39.2 % 39.3 % 40.8 %
Technical white collar, sales
white collar                       1.7 %                    1.5 %
Apprentice (trades)                1.5 %                    2.0 %
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Education:                                WEST           EAST
No general education                            2.6 %        0.7 %
Primary + lowest secondary type                52.9 %       36.3 %
Secondary middle type                          19.4 %        8.5 %
Polytechnical (East German type)                0.5 %       34.5 %
Technical school diploma                        2.0 %        1.2 %
University qualification - most
advanced general secondary
school qualification                            6.9 %        4.3 %
technical and engineering
secondary school diploma                        9.7 %       10.4 %
no information                                  6.1 %        4.0 %

Marital status:
not married                                    23.9 %       20.4 %
married                                        61.5 %       62.6 %
widowed                                         9.6 %        9.8 %
divorced                                        5.0 %        7.1 %

Nationality:
German                                         91.1 %       98.6 %
French                                          0.1 %        0.0 %
Greek                                           0.6 %        0.0 %
GB                                              0.2 %        0.1 %
Italian                                         0.8 %        0.0 %
Yugoslavian                                     1.5 %        0.0 %
Dutch                                           0.2 %        0.0 %
Austrian                                        0.3 %        0.0 %
Polish                                          0.2 %        0.0 %
Portuguese                                      0.1 %        0.0 %
Spanish                                         0.2 %        0.0 %
Turkish                                         2.9 %        0.0 %
CIS                                             0.2 %        0.0 %
Moroccan                                        0.1 %        0.0 %
Other African countries                         0.1 %        0.0 %
USA                                             0.1 %        0.0 %
Iranian                                         0.1 %        0.0 %
Near East (other)                               0.1 %        0.0 %
Vietnamese                                      0.1 %        0.0 %
South Asian (other)                             0.1 %        0.0 %
EU (other)                                      0.1 %        0.0 %
Europe outside EU                               0.1 %        0.0 %
Czech Republic, Slovakian                       0.1 %        0.1 %
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Albanian, Bulgarian                          0.1 %        0.1 %
Algeria, Tunisia                             0.1 %        0.0 %
American Continent (non US)                  0.1 %        0.0 %
Indian, Pakistani                            0.1 %        0.0 %
Japanese, Korean, Filipino                   0.1 %        0.0 %
Other and no citizenship                     0.1 %        0.0 %



Statistics for Weighting for West/East
Number of private households with 1+
person of 18+ years of age:                  WEST                           EAST
German                              27,695,900 91.9 % 80.5%       6,693,700 98.5 %    19.5 %
Foreigners                           2,427,500 8.1 % 96.1%           98,500 1.5 %      3.9 %
Number of private households with 1+
German person of 18+ years of age:
Total                               28,016,000          80.7%     6,720,000           19.3 %
Number of people in private
households:
German                             48,996,300 91.1 % 80.2%        12,099,800 98.6 % 19.8 %
Foreigners                          4,790,100 8.9 % 96.5%            171,200 1.4 % 3.5 %
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Study Description:      Great Britain

Study title:            British Social Attitudes 1996

Fieldwork dates:        May to July 1996

Principal investigators: Roger Jowell, Lindsay Brook, Alison Park, Katarina Thomson,
                         Caroline Bryson.

Sample type:            Stratified random probability. The sample is designed to be
                        representative of adults aged 18 or over living in private
                        accommodation in Great Britain. It was drawn from the Postcode
                        Address File (PAF) which is a list of addresses compiled by the Post
                        Office. The sample method involved a multi-stage design: first 200
                        postcode sectors were selected, with probability proportionate to the
                        number of addresses in each sector. Thirty addresses were then
                        selected in each sector by starting from a random point on the list of
                        addresses for each sector and choosing each address at a fixed
                        interval. Finally, when interviewers called at the addresses, they
                        selected one dwelling unit and one respondent at the selected dwelling
                        unit using a Kish grid.

Fieldwork methods:      Self-completion supplement given to respondents following the face-
                        to-face interview (on which the classification questions were asked).
                        The supplement was either collected by the interviewer or posted back
                        to the office.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        SCPR’s British Social Attitudes survey - Version A of the self-
                        completion questionnaire (there were three different versions in total).

Sample size:            Achieved on ISSP: 989

Response rates:         2000 A - Total issued (total sample)
                         270 B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        1768 C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        1002 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         766 E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         646 F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                             459 - main
                             193 - self-completion
                          54 G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                          60 H - Other non-response

Language:               English

Weighted:               Yes
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Weighting procedure: Data were weighted to take account of the fact that not all units
                     covered in the survey had the same probability of selection. The
                     weighting applied reflected the relative selection probabilities of the
                     individual at the three main stages of selection: address; household;
                     and individual. The average weight supplied was 1.3.

Publications:          Jowell, R., Curtice, J., Park, A., Brook, L., Thomson, K. and Bryson,
                       C. (eds.) (1997), British Social Attitudes: the 14th Report, Aldershot:
                       Dartmouth.
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National Population Characteristics: Great Britain

Gender:
                           Source 1          Source 2
                         1991 Census        1996 BSA
Male                            48.4 %            45.7 %
Female                          51.6 %            54.3 %

Age Groups:
                           Source 1          Source 2
                         1991 Census        1995 BSA
18 - 24                          13.2 %           10.9 %
25 - 34                          19.2 %           20.2 %
35 - 44                          18.0 %           18.2 %
45 - 54                          15.0 %           18.9 %
55 - 64                          13.3 %           12.5 %
65 +                             20.7 %           18.8 %

Years of FT Education:
                           Source 1       Source 2
                         1991 Census    BSA 1994 ISSP
Under 10                           17 %              -
11                                 27 %          38 %
12                                 27 %          26 %
13                                  8%           10 %
14                                  6%            9%
15 or more                         16 %          16 %

Employment:
                           Source 1           Source 2
                         Labour Force        1996 BSA
                         Survey 1995
Employed                           57 %
Unemployed                          5%
Not in labour force                38 %
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Study Description:     Hungary

Study title:           Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:       October 1996

Principal investigators: TÁRKI, Budapest

Sample type:           A three-stage proportional random sample was applied. The first stage
                       of sampling was constituted by the selection of settlements, weighted by
                       population size, taking four types of residence (Budapest, county seat,
                       town, village) into consideration.
                       The second stage was the random selection of households based on the
                       1990 registration of Central Statistical Office.
                       For the third stage, interviewers selected the member of household to be
                       a respondent using Kish-key. Only persons over 18 were selected, and
                       the sample was expected to be representative for Hungarian adult
                       population regarding sex, age and regional distribution.

Fieldwork methods:     Face-to-face interviews

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The ISSP Role of Government module was the second of three sections
                        in the TÁRKI - OMNIBUSZ '96 questionnaire. The first one (questions
                        1-42) covered attitudes toward old age pension. The third section was
                        about attitudes toward politics, and voting behaviour of respondent.

Sample size:           1500

Response rates:             A - Total issued (total sample)
                            B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                            C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                       1500 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                            E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                            F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                            G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                            H - Other non-response

Language:              Hungarian

Weighted:              Yes

Weighting procedure: In 1996 Hungarian Statistical Office fielded a new microcensus (2 % of
                     Hungarian population). Since demographic characteristics of Hungary
                     have been changed since the last Census (which was the base of
                     sampling procedure) data show some sampling bias: middle-aged
                     population is overrepresented in sample compared to the 1996
                     microcensus.
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              In order to correct the sampling error we computed a weighting variable
              taking into account the type of residence, sex, age and highest
              educational level. The weight of each cases was computed as
              WEIGHT=(F/f)*(n/N), where N=7904813 (respondent above the age of
              18 in the weighted 1996 microcensus data), n=1500, F= frequency of the
              population category in the census subsample the case belongs to, f= the
              parallel frequency in the 1996 Role of Government ISSP module of
              TÁRKI.
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National Population Characteristics: Hungary

Gender:
                               Microcensus     Sample
                                  1996          1996
Male                                46.8 %       46.7 %
Female                              53.2 %       53.3 %

Age Groups:
                               Microcensus     Sample
                                  1996          1996
18 - 29                             23.4 %       21.1 %
30 - 39                             16.5 %       18.5 %
40 - 49                             19.9 %       23.1 %
50 - 59                             15.1 %       13.7 %
60 - 69                             13.1 %       13.3 %
70 +                                12.0 %       10.7 %

Type of residence:
                                         Male                      Female
                                Microcensus   Sample       Microcensus   Sample
                                   1996        1996           1996        1996
Budapest             18 - 29          2.2 %        1.9 %        2.3 %       1.7 %
                     30 - 39          1.3 %        1.2 %        1.5 %       1.3 %
                     40 - 49          1.8 %        2.4 %        2.1 %       2.0 %
                     50 - 59          1.4 %        1.5 %        1.7 %       1.1 %
                     60 - 69          1.0 %        1.1 %        1.5 %       1.7 %
                       70 +           0.9 %        0.7 %        1.8 %       1.7 %
Other city           18 - 29          5.4 %        4.2 %        5.2 %       5.7 %
                     30 - 39          3.7 %        4.1 %        3.8 %       3.7 %
                     40 - 49          4.4 %        4.4 %        4.7 %       5.7 %
                     50 - 59          3.1 %        2.3 %        3.6 %       3.3 %
                     60 - 69          2.3 %        2.5 %        3.0 %       2.7 %
                       70 +           1.7 %        1.7 %        3.0 %       2.9 %
Villages             18 - 29          4.4 %        4.1 %        4.0 %       3.5 %
                     30 - 39          3.3 %        3.9 %        3.0 %       4.3 %
                     40 - 49          3.6 %        4.9 %        3.3 %       3.7 %
                     50 - 59          2.6 %        2.7 %        2.9 %       2.7 %
                     60 - 69          2.2 %        1.8 %        3.0 %       3.2 %
                       70 +           1.7 %        1.2 %        2.9 %       2.5 %
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Years of schooling:
                             2 % of
                           Census 1990
No education                     1.1 %
Primary                         54.2 %
Vocational                      14.6 %
Secondary                       21.4 %
College                          4.7 %
University                       4.0 %
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Study Description:      Ireland

Study title:            National Identity and the Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:        May - June 1996

Principal investigators: Social Science Research Centre, National University of Ireland, Dublin

Sample type:            Sample design was based on a two-stage clustered approach using the
                        national Electoral Register as a population frame. The first stage of
                        clustering involves selection of Primary Sampling Units (PSUs) based
                        on the District Electoral Division. Each PSU is selected with probability
                        proportional to size (number of electors). At the second stage of
                        sampling, we carry out the selection of electors (respondents) using
                        systematic selection procedures. Sample design is such that the final
                        sample of respondents is self-weighting – epsem in person. The actual
                        sample used in the International Social Survey was selected as 63
                        clusters each containing a target number of 30 respondents.

Fieldwork methods:      Personal ("face to face") interview

Sample size:            994

Response rates:         1869   A - Total issued (total sample)
                         169   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        1700   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         994   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         702   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         219   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                         388   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                          98   H - Other non-response

Language:               English

Weighted:               Yes

Weighting procedure: The weights data provided were derived using standard ratio weighting
                     procedures. Population controls were derived from the 1995 Labour
                     Force Survey and are based on (i) sex (two categories) by (ii) age cohort
                     (eleven categories) by (iii) marital status (four categories). Some of these
                     cells were collapsed in the re-weighting procedure to take account of the
                     relatively small number of respondents in the effective sample in the
                     cells in question.
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National Population Characteristics: Ireland

Gender:
                      Census 1991
Male                   49.1 %
Female                 50.9 %

Age Groups:
                      Census 1991
0 - 14                 26.7 %
15 - 24                17.1 %
25 - 44                27.2 %
45 - 64                17.6 %
65 +                   11.4 %

Years of Schooling:
                      Census 1986 (Distribution of persons whose full-time education has
                      ceased)
Less than 10            28.6 %
10 - 11                 31.5 %
12 - 14                 31.3 %
15 +                     8.7 %

Employment Status:
                      Labour Force Survey 1990 (Population aged 15 years +)
Employed               44.2 %
Unemployed               7.0 %
Not in labour force    48.8 %
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Study Description:      Israel

Study title:            Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:        November 1996

Principal investigators: Prof. N. Lewin-Epstein and Prof. E. Yaar

Sample type:            Area probability sample

Fieldwork methods:      Face-to-face interview

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Exclusive ISSP questionnaire

Sample size:            (1043) Jews; (500) Arabs

Response rates:                  A - Total issued (total sample)
                                 B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                                 C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                                 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                                 E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                                 F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                                 G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                                 H - Other non-response

Language:               Hebrew / Arabic

Weighted:               Yes

Known systematic properties:
                      Jewish and Arab population surveyed.
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National Population Characteristics: Israel

Gender:
                        Arabs       Jews only
Male                     58.2 %       46.4 %
Female                   42.0 %       53.6 %

Age Groups:
                        Arabs    Jews only
0 - 19                   10.8 %      3.8 %
20 - 24                  21.6 %     17.3 %
25 - 29                  15.4 %     13.0 %
30 - 34                  13.2 %      9.9 %
35 - 44                  18.2 %     19.7 %
45 - 54                  11.2 %     15.1 %
55 - 64                    4.4 %     9.3 %
65 - 74                    3.8 %     8.5 %
74 +                       1.2 %     3.5 %

Years of Schooling:
                      Arabs only Jews only
0                          2.7 %     0.9 %
1-8                       18.6 %     9.4 %
9 - 12                    61.2 %    55.0 %
13 - 15                   13.7 %    17.3 %
16 +                       3.9 %    17.4 %

Employment Status:
                      Arabs only Jews only
Employed                  51.6 %    63.8 %
Unemployed                 4.0 %     3.6 %
Not in labour force       44.3 %    32.6 %

Unemployment Rate: (total labour force)
                      Arabs only Jews only
Unemployed                7.18 %    5.3 %
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Study Description:      Italy

Study title:            Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:        October 17 to 29, 1996

Principal investigator: Prof. Gabriele Calvi

Fieldwork institute:    EURISKO

Sample type:            Probability with quotas

Fieldwork methods:      Face-to-face interviews

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Italian Social Survey 1996

Sample size:            1104

Response rates:            1100   assigned
                           2279   contacts
                           1179   ineligible, of which:
                            305   absents
                            410   refusals
                            441   not valid recruiting conditions
                             10   questionnaire interruptions
                             13   out of scope

Language:               Italian

Weighted:               Yes
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National Population Characteristics: Italy

Source:                                Census 1991
Gender:
Male                                        48.5 %
Female                                      51.5 %

Age Groups:
14 - 17                                      7.0 %
18 - 24                                     14.5 %
25 - 34                                     18.1 %
35 - 44                                     17.6 %
45 - 54                                     16.5 %
55 - 64                                     15.5 %
65 - 74                                     10.8 %

Education:
Elementary school                           25.2 %
Lower high school                           27.3 %
High school                                 36.4 %
University, with or without degree          11.2 %

Occupation:
Professionals                                1.8 %
Managers, Executives                        15.4 %
Self-employed                               12.2 %
Labourers                                   19.0 %
Housewife                                   19.9 %
Students                                    10.8 %
Retired                                     14.3 %
Unemployed                                   6.5 %

Geographic areas:
North-West                                  27.1 %
North-East                                  18.4 %
Centre                                      19.1 %
South & Islands                             35.4 %

Status:
Low                                         29.2 %
Average                                     53.8 %
High                                        17.0 %
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Study Description:     Japan

Study title:           Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:       July 5 to 8, 1996

Principal investigators: Onodera, Noriko

Sample type:           We used a two-stage stratified random sample of Japanese 16 or older.
                       Properties of the sample: Representative of the Japanese Population 16
                       and older. First urban and rural areas are divided into a number of
                       groups (strata) based on similarities in local features and industrial
                       structures. From each of those groups, streets and village sections are
                       again grouped together to form sampling units. 150 survey spots are
                       selected at random. Then, from the Basic Resident Registers for these
                       spots, 12 sample individuals aged 16 or over are selected according to a
                       fixed random number.

Fieldwork methods:     Personal interview (face-to-face interview)

Sample size:           issued: 1800 achieved: 1249

Response rates:        1800 A - Total issued
                        108 B - Ineligible
                           21 respondents were not found
                           85 respondents moved somewhere else
                            2 respondents died
                       1692 C (= A - B) - Total eligible
                       1249 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         443 E (= C - D; = F + G + H) - Total non-response
                         136 F - Refusals
                         299 G - Non-contact
                            26 R had not lived at home for one year or
                                more
                            58 R had not lived at home for 10-364 days
                            50 R had not lived at home for 9 days or less
                            49 R came home at midnight
                           105 R were not at home temporarily
                            11 R were ill in bed at home
                           8 H - Other

Language:              Japanese

Weighted:              No
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National Population Characteristics: Japan

Source 1:                        National Population Census October 1st, 1990
Gender:
                                              total population 16 years and older
Male                                                   49.1 %             48.5 %
Female                                                 50.9 %             51.5 %

Age Groups:
                                              total population 16 years and older
0-4                                                     5.3 %
5 - 14                                                 12.9 %
15 - 24                                                15.2 %
16 - 17                                                                      4.1 %
18 - 24                                                                     12.9 %
25 - 34                                                12.8 %               16.0 %
35 - 44                                                15.9 %               19.9 %
45 - 54                                                13.8 %               17.3 %
55 - 64                                                11.7 %               14.6 %
65 - 74                                                 7.2 %                9.0 %
75 +                                                    4.8 %                6.0 %
not reported                                            0.3 %

Education:
                                              total population   16 years and older
Compulsory completed                                                        29.3 %
High school completed                                                       42.1 %
Junior college completed                                                      8.6 %
University or graduate school completed                                     11.0 %
Student                                                                       8.7 %
None                                                                          0.2 %

Employment Status:
                                              total population   16 years and older
Employed                                                                    62.6 %
Unemployed                                                                    1.9 %
Not in labour force                                                         35.5 %
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Study Description:      Latvia

Study title:            Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:        September 12 - 16, 1996

Principal investigators: Aivars Tabuns, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Riga
                         Brigita Zepa, Baltic Data House, Riga

Fieldwork institute:    Latvia Social research Centre, OMNIBUS SURVEY Project manager:
                        Gundars Soprâns.

Sample type:            Multi-stage stratified sampling of permanent residents of Latvia aged 15
                        - 74; nationally representative.
                        First stage: selection of survey points by probability-proportional-to-size
                        (PPS) sampling from the complete list of populated points and using the
                        number of residents as a size measure. 10 interviews planned for each
                        sample point.
                        Second stage: selection of households by random route method. Each 4th
                        apartment in areas of multi-stage buildings and odd/even sizes of streets
                        in areas of family houses. Randomly selected starting addresses and
                        rotation of sequence (ascending/descending count of apartment
                        numbers).
                        Third stage: selection of respondents by the "nearest birthday rule". In
                        case of absence or no-home at least two call-backs.
                        Sample points: 152.
                        Controlling: 10 %.

Fieldwork methods:      Personal (face-to-face) interviews

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Baltic Data House Monthly Omnibus Survey

Sample size:            1505

Response rates:          2908    A - Total issued (total sample)
                         1024    B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                         1884    C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         1505    D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                          379    E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                          353    F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                            -    G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                           26    H - Other non-response

Language:               Latvian, Russian

Weighted:               Yes
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Weighting procedure: Data have been weighted by multistage weighting procedure to reach the
                     sample proportions according to the official statistics by gender, age,
                     nationality and urban level. In each step data are weighted by one of the
                     named variables which has the largest difference from statistic data.
                     Steps are repeated while differences between the weighted sample and
                     statistics on the named parameters do not exceed 0.1 %.
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National Population Characteristics: Latvia

Gender:
                                     Demographic Yearbook of Latvia 1997 (1.1.1997)
Male                                 1,148,193    46.3 %
Female                               1,331,677    53.7 %
N                                    2,479,870 100.0 %

Age Groups:
                                     Demographic Yearbook of Latvia 1997 (1.1.1997)
0 - 14                                 492,397    19.9 %
15 - 24                                331,484    13.5 %
25 - 34                                355,476    14.3 %
35 - 49                                519,242    20.9 %
50 - 64                                435,017    17.5 %
65 +                                   346,254    14.0 %
N                                    2,478,870 100.0 %

Education (population aged 15 +):
                                     (November 1997)
No education                                       0.6 %
Uncompleted elementary school                      8.7 %
Elementary school                                 21.2 %
Trade school                                       3.1 %
Secondary or special secondary                    54.0 %
Higher                                            12.4 %

Employment Status (population aged 15- 69):
                                    Social Processes in Latvia. Analytic Review. R., 1998 (1995)
Economically active population      1,200,000
 Employed                             973,000
 Unemployed (jobseekers)              227,000
Not in labour force                   575,500
N                                   1,775,500
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Study Description:     New Zealand

Study title:           Role of Government and Work Orientation: New Zealand

Fieldwork dates:       24 April 1997 to 5 August 1997

Principal investigator: Prof. Philip Gendall, Department of Marketing, Massey University,
                        Palmerston North, New Zealand

Sample type:           The sample was selected from the 1996 New Zealand electoral rolls
                       which contain the names of all registered voters over the age of 18 years.
                       New Zealand is divided into 65 electorates (60 general electorates and 5
                       Maori electorates) of approximately equal numerical size. A systematic
                       random sample of approximately 30 names and addresses was selected
                       from each electorate, giving a total sample of 1890 individuals.
                       The achieved sample is generally representative of the New Zealand
                       population over 18 years of age, but it contains a slightly higher
                       proportion of women than men in the population aged over 18. In
                       addition, people under 30 are underrepresented in the sample, while
                       those over 30 are overrepresented. However, these differences are
                       unlikely to have a significant effect on the survey's results.

Fieldwork methods:     Mail survey: The questionnaire was administered in three waves. The
                       questionnaire together with a covering letter was sent to the 1890
                       selected participants on 24 April 1997. Three weeks later a reminder
                       letter and another questionnaire were sent to non-respondents. A second
                       reminder and another questionnaire were mailed to remaining non-
                       respondents after further four weeks. The survey was closed off on 5
                       August, 14 weeks after the initial mailing.

Sample size:           1198

Response rates I:      1890   A - Total issued (total sample)
                        200   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                       1690   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                       1198   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                        399   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         93   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                        152   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                         48   H - Other non-response
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Response rates II:   The response rate achieved was 1206/(1890-200) = 71.4 %

                                           Response      Response Response            Total
                                           after first     after    after third
                                            mailing       second     mailing
                                                          mailing
                     Issued                      1890           967         570          1890
                     Gone-no-address               86            38           28          152
                     Ineligible                    26            16            6           48
                     Total eligible              1778           913         536          1690
                     Refusals                      51            31           11           93
                     Valid responses              760           312         126          1198
                     Total non-                   967           570         399           399
                     response

Language:            English

Weighted:            No
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National Population Characteristics: New Zealand

Gender:
                                Key Statistics,    Key Statistics    1996 Census
                                 March 1994        March 1995          National
                                                                      Summary
Male                                  1,746,900          1,769,600        1,777,464
Female                                1,794,700          1,822,800        1,840,839
Total                                 3,541,600          3,592,400        3,618,300


Age Groups:
                               Key Statistics,     Key Statistics    1996 Census
                               December 1994       March 1995          National
                                                                      Summary
under 5                                 293,370            293,980          279,603
5-9                                     270,320            279,150          288,291
10 - 14                                 256,020            257,230          264,186
15 - 19                                 266,200            267,670          262,977
20 - 24                                 289,040            290,290          271,761
25 - 29                                 262,190            273,980          273,303
30 - 34                                 295,010            291,660          293,484
35 - 39                                 273,220            281,710          285,213
40 - 44                                 235,740            241,460          255,036
45 - 49                                 217,490            228,390          241,188
50 - 54                                 180,170            181,640          186,717
55 - 59                                 146,720            149,530          158,607
60 - 64                                 140,560            136,460          135,267
65 - 69                                 136,850            135,450          132,972
70 - 74                                 110,670            114,500          113,661
75 - 79                                  78,590             76,460           82,290
80 +                                     89,470             92,870           93,744
Total                                 3,541,600          3,592,400        3,618,300
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Education:
                                         1991 Census      1996 Census
No Secondary School Qualification           1,054,107        1,026,864
School Certificate in 1 or more               535,023          458,229
subjects
6th Form Certificate or University
Entrance in 1 or more subjects                 410,571         450,759
Higher School Certificate or Higher
Leaving Certificate                             150,048        330,954
University Bursary or Scholarship               140,214        146,853
Overseas Qualification                          101,433        146,835
Other School Qualification                      113,970              -
Not Specified                                    84,921        372,558
Total                                         2,590,287      2,786,220

Employment Status:
                                         Key Statistics, 1996 Census
                                         December 1994
Employed                                      1,560,200     1,630,812
Unemployed                                      127,300       136,503
Total                                         1,687,600     1,767,315
Not in Labour Force                             962,400       934,044
Not available                                           -      84,861
Working age Population                        2,649,900     2,786,220

Labour Force Participation Rate                  63.7 %        63.4 %
Unemployment Rate                                 7.5 %         7.7 %
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Study Description:     Norway

Study title:           Role of Government III, Norway 1996

Fieldwork dates:       February - May, 1996.

Principal investigators: Per Legreid, Department of Administration and Organization Theory,
                         University of Bergen
                         Per Arnt Pettersen, Department of Sociology and Political Science,
                         Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
                         Knut Kalgraff Skjåk, Norwegian Social Science Data Services
                         The survey was funded by the Research Council of Norway

Fieldwork methods:     The survey was conducted as a mail survey. The field work included one
                       reminder and two follow-ups with questionnaires.

Sample type:           The sample was a simple random sample from the Central Register of
                       Persons, aged 16-79 years.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The survey consists of the ISSP Role of Government III and additional
                        questions about similar topics.

Sample size:           1344

Response rates:         2299   A - Total issued (total sample)
                          45   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        2254   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        1344   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         910   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                               F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                               G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                               H - Other non-response

Language:              Norwegian

Weighted:              No
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National Population Characteristics: Norway

Sex and age:
                              Population 16-79 Net sample
                              years January 1,  Norwegian
                                1996 Central   Survey, ISSP
                                 Register of       1996
                                  Persons
Male                                    49.8 %       52.0 %
16 - 19                                   3.3 %           3.1 %
20 - 29                                  10.2 %          10.6 %
30 - 39                                  10.1 %          10.7 %
40 - 49                                   9.7 %          10.0 %
50 - 59                                   6.9 %           7.6 %
60 - 69                                   5.2 %           6.3 %
70 - 79                                   4.4 %           3.6 %
Female                                   50.2 %          48.0 %
16 - 19                                     3.2 %         3.6 %
20 - 29                                     9.9 %         9.5 %
30 - 39                                     9.6 %         8.4 %
40 - 49                                     9.2 %         9.0 %
50 - 59                                     6.8 %         7.9 %
60 - 69                                     5.7 %         5.3 %
70 - 79                                     5.8 %         4.3 %
N                                       100.0 %        100.0 %

Region:
                              Population 16-79 years January 1,
                              1994 Central Register of Persons
Central east counties 2 & 3                              21.4 %
East counties 1, 4 - 8                                   28.1 %
South counties 9 - 10                                      5.6 %
West counties 11 - 15                                    25.2 %
Middle counties 16 & 17                                    8.8 %
North counties 18 - 20                                   10.8 %
N                                                     3.266.549
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Labour force status (*):
                                Labour Force       Net sample
                                   Surveys          Norwegian
                               4. quarter 1995     Survey ISSP
                                 16-74 years    1996 16-74 years
In labour force                         67.3 %              69.9 %
In school (pupil/student)                 8.1 %               7.6 %
Retired                                   8.6 %             12.9 %
Social welfare/ disabled                  7.3 %               4.6 %
Home working                              4.2 %               2.3 %
Unemployed                                4.0 %               2.2 %
Other                                     0.5 %               0.2 %
Missing                                   0.0 %               0.2 %
* Percentage differs from WRKST ‘R: Current employment status’ since ‘In labour force’
includes all working for pay 1 hour a week or more, while ‘Employed’ in WRKST
includes only those who consider work as their main activity.

Education:
                                Labour Force       Net sample
                                   Surveys      Norwegian Survey
                               4. quarter 1995 ISSP 1996 16-74
                                 16-74 years         years
Primary School                             22.0              16.7
Incomplete Secondary                       22.6              25.9
Secondary completed                        29.4              27.5
University complete/incomplete             24.5              28.7
Missing                                     1.5               1.2
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Study Description:     Philippines

Study title:           Role of Government in the Philippines

Fieldwork dates:       September 5 - October 5, 1996

Principal investigators: Mahar Mangahas, Linda Luz Guerrero

Fieldwork institute:   Social Weather Station

Sample type:           Multi-stage probability sampling is used in selecting the adult
                       respondents: for NCR (Manila region), three stages; for the rest of the
                       major areas 5 stages.
                       For NCR's first stage, using the latest list of electoral precincts are
                       allocated to 17 component cities/ municipalities in proportion to their
                       population size. The precincts are selected randomly within each city/
                       municipality
                       At the second stage, 5 households are chosen from each sample precinct
                       by an interval sampling method that is based on a precinct map and
                       guided by a right-coverage rule - streets, pathways, households, etc. on
                       the right take precedence. (The head of the selected household
                       constitutes a sample unit of the population of household heads while all
                       household members constitute the sample units of the general
                       population.)
                       At the third stage, an adult (male interviewers are undertaken for odd-
                       numbered questionnaires; female for even-numbered questionnaires) is
                       taken in each household using separate random selection tables.
                       (Substitution is discussed in the next subsection.)
                       For the rest of the country, the provinces serve as the common first stage
                       unit. Using updated population figures, 10 provinces in Balance Luzon
                       and 5 each in Visayas and Mindanao are chosen with probability
                       proportional to population size.
                       For the urban areas within each selected province, for the second stage,
                       three cities/ municipalities are drawn within probability proportional to
                       urban population size. For the third stage, 1 (for Balance Luzon to 2
                       (each for Visayas and Mindanao) precincts are selected with equal
                       probabilities in each city/ municipality. For the fourth stage, in each
                       precinct, the NCR interval sampling method is used to select 5
                       households. Finally for the fifth stage, as in NCR, an adult is chosen
                       within each household using separate random selection tables.
                       For the rural areas within each selected province, the second stage takes
                       the same municipality of the urban sample if it is not entirely urban.
                       Otherwise, another municipality with rural barangays (or barrios) is
                       drawn with probability proportional to rural population size. For the
                       third stage, 1 to 2 barangays/ barrios are selected in each sample
                       municipality by simple random sampling. At the fourth stage, a
                       modified interval sampling scheme is used to select 5 households
                       considering their relatively sparse distribution in a barangay: the random
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                      start (between 1 to 5) is from fixed reference point (either a barangay
                      hall, public school, church or barangay captain's house). Finally, as with
                      the urban sample, an adult is chosen within each household (5th stage)
                      using separate random selection tables.

Sample size:          1200

Response rates:             A - Total issued (total sample)
                            B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                            C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                       1200 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                            E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                            F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                            G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                            H - Other non-response

Language:             Tagalog, English

Weighted:             Yes

Weighting procedure: The national estimates are obtained by applying area weights which
                     reflect the official population projections of the National Statistics
                     Office (NSO) for April of 1995. As the official NSO projections do not
                     have any urban-rural breakdown, SWS maintained the urban-rural levels
                     reported in NSO's 1990 Census of Population and Housing. It should be
                     noted that the 1995 projection figures for households are derived by
                     SWS by dividing the NSO 1995 (household) population projections by
                     the average household size in 1990.
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National Population Characteristics: Philippines

Profile of the Philippine Population. Official 1995 Projections from National Statistics Office.
Urban-Rural Breakdown at 1990 Levels. The allocation of sample units in each stage is as
follows:

                For questions regarding For questions regarding         For questions answered by
                 Household Members        Household Heads                  one adult prob resp
                                                                                    Total
                  Population (in 1.000)        Population (in 1.000)    Population Sample
                                                                        (in 1.000)  Size     Weights
Manila Region                      9.178                        1.655       5.726     300 19.086703
Balance Luzon                     29.430                        5.408      16.540     300
Urban                             13.237                        2.424       7.736     150 51.572940
Rural                             16.193                        2.984       8.804     150 58.695547
Visayas                           14.960                        2.761       8.259     300
Urban                              5.434                          975       3.163     150 21.088073
Rural                              9.526                        1.786       5.096     150 33.975640
Mindanao                          16.760                        2.960       8.939     300
Urban                              6.337                        1.113       3.537     150 23.579500
Rural                             10.423                        1.847       5.402     150 36.013467
Total                             70.328                       12.784      39.460    1.200
Philippines
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Study Description:     Poland

Study title:           ISSP 96: Role of Government

Fieldwork dates:       October 1997 - December 1997

Principal investigators: Dr Bogdan Cichomski, Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University

Fieldwork methods:     Self-completion supplement given to respondents following the PGSS
                       1997 face-to-face interview.

Sample type:           National multi-stage random sample.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Fifth edition of Polish General Social Survey (PGSS 1997).

Sample size:           1183

Response rates:         1601    A - Total issued (total sample)
                          59    B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        1542    C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        1183    D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                         359    E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         187    F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                         172    G + H - Non-contact (never contacted) or other

Language:              Polish

Weight:                Available

Weighting procedure: Number of adults in a household, gender, age and place of living as
                     weight factors.

Deviation from ISSP questions:
                      None
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National Population Characteristics: Poland

Gender:
                          National Demographic Yearbook, Warsaw 1994
Male                           47.7 %
Female                         52.3 %

Age Groups:
                          National Demographic Yearbook, Warsaw 1994
18 - 29                        23.1 %
30 - 39                        22.3 %
40 - 49                        19.5 %
50 - 59                        13.3 %
60 - 69                        12.5 %
70 - 79                         6.3 %
80 +                            3.0 %
N (18+ yrs)               27,472,600

Education (Population 18+ years):
                          The 1995 Polish General Social Survey
Elementary incomplete          5.8 %
Elementary complete           27.5 %
Vocational school             25.1 %
Secondary incomplete           2.6 %
Secondary complete            25.8 %
Post secondary                 3.9 %
Incomplete higher              2.5 %
Higher completed               6.8 %

Employment Status (Population 18+ yrs):
                          The 1995 Polish General Social Survey
Employed                      49.5 %
Unemployed                     9.2 %
Not in labour force           41.3 %
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Study Description:     Russia

Study title:           Role of Government - 1996 (Russia)

Fieldwork dates:       April 8 - 30, 1997

Principal investigators: Dr. Ludmilla Khakhulina

Fieldwork institute:   VCIOM, Moscow

Sample type:           Universe - the population of the Russian Federation aged 16 and over.
                       The persons interviewed - residents of Russia, from the number of the
                       available constantly residing population, i.e, the sample does not include
                       people temporarily present in a given location (on business trip, leave,
                       medical treatment; Soviet Army soldiers; convicts in prisons,
                       penitentiary colonies) as well as those who have no a definite residence.
                       A multi-stage, stratified sample of interviewing locations was employed
                       in the study.

Sampling:              At the first stage, the territory of Russia is divided into 10 zones:
                       North+North-West, Central Non-Black Earth, Central Black Earth,
                       North Caucasus, Volgo-Viatka, Volga, Urals, West Siberia, East Siberia
                       and Far East. They are designed by official statistics according to the
                       ethnic, economic, demographic, geographic characteristics, agriculture,
                       level of infrastructure, and standard of living. All eleven zones will be
                       included in the sample.
                       The total sample size is distributed over the 11 zones proportionate to
                       the population size in it.
                       The nine strata of settlements are created considering the following
                       characteristics of places of settlement: population size, administrative
                       status, autonomy/non-autonomy; urban/rural settlements:
                          1. Metropolitan Moscow and St. Petersburg areas (as the self-
                              representative statistical units).
                          2. The oblast center cities of one million residents or more
                          3. Oblast capitals of less than one million residents.
                          4. Small towns and rural settlements of city type
                          5. Rural settlements/villages.
                          6. Autonomous republic capitals of 300 000 residents or more.
                          7. Autonomous republican capitals of less than 300 000 residents.
                          8. Small towns and rural settlements of city type in autonomous
                              republics.
                          9. Rural settlements/villages in autonomous republics.
                       The total number of questionnaires for a region is distributed over the
                       strata proportionate to the population size of the stratum in the region's
                       population. For each stratum we define the maximum and minimum
                       limits in the number of respondents for a sampling point of each type.
                       According to the limits, we define the number of settlements of each
                       type which is to be included in the sample. If the number of
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              questionnaires for a stratum is lower than the minimum limit, the
              stratum is united with a larger one ("of a higher level"). The number of
              the questionnaire of the new created stratum is equal to the sum of the
              two primary ones.
              We define the number of the sampling points for each existing stratum
              of a region ("existing" means that the number of the questionnaires for
              the stratum is not equal 0). The total number of questionnaire for a
              stratum is divided into the previously defined maximum number of the
              questionnaires for a sampling point. If the result has a fraction, we
              approximate it to the higher limit. The number of questionnaires for a
              stratum is equally distributed over all the stratum's sampling points.
              We randomly choose the oblast, krais, and autonomous capital cities
              sampling points from the list of all the PSU in it with the probability
              proportionate to the population size.

              At the second stage, within the chosen oblast's, krai's, and autonomous
              capital cities' areas, we randomly choose the other urban settlements
              with the probability proportionate to the population size.
              In urban sampling points were randomly selected 2 or 3 electoral
              districts (no more than 10 interviews in each district) and the number of
              interviews relating to a city was equally divided between the electoral
              districts.
              The field offices' supervisors choose rural places of settlement in the
              selected at the first stage oblasts, krais, and republics according to the
              following rules:
                 1. The number of sampling points is equally distributed over the
                     chosen oblasts.
                 2. If there is more than one chosen rural settlement in the region, the
                     number of the questionnaires is equally distributed over the rural
                     settlements - the central estate of a farm and others rural
                     settlements.
                 3. All the rural settlements are situated 50 and over km away from the
                     chosen regional center city.

              Third stage. Selection of the households within a sampling point.
              The routine of the route method is as follows:
              The territory of the city is divided into 2-3 areas (if the city's population
              is 500 000 and over - into 5-6 or more areas). Usually they are: the down
              town, industrial and living areas. The questionnaires which are to be
              completed in the city are distributed over the areas proportionally to the
              population size in them. (If the sample size is small, the questionnaires
              are distributed among 2-3 randomly chosen areas). We chose one district
              in an area.
              The households within a district are chosen using the route method. (The
              same method is used for the rural settlements.) It is as follows:
              The sample step (r) is calculated as r = S : n; S - number of households
              in the district, n - the number of questionnaires to be administrated in it.
              The route begins from a household N = r / 2 and then goes on with the
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                         step (r). The possible deviation is +1/-1 a household.

                         Fourth stage. Selection of the respondent within a household.
                         An interviewer has a task which includes: the discretion of the route, the
                         number of questionnaires to be completed, and sex-by-age and
                         educational quota card. Only one respondent is interviewed within a
                         household.
                         The fieldwork supervisors control the sample using the sex-by-age and
                         educational quotas. (We have to use the quotas as lot of people with
                         secondary education refuse to answer the questionnaire more often, and
                         it increases the number of people with higher education in the sample).
                         The sampling is done with the help of the data of Goskomstat, 1997.

Fieldwork method:        drop-off, face-to-face interview
                         In the fieldwork, employees and part-time interviewers of 19 VCIOM
                         regional offices were engaged. The completions are done by respondents
                         at their home in the presence of the interviewer who was to prevent an
                         influence of other household members on answers of the respondent. If a
                         respondent was absent at the moment of an interviewer's call, call backs
                         to this address were envisaged, not exceeding three in number.
                         The work of every interviewer was controlled by telephone or a call
                         back in the proportion of 1 per 10 interviews. 10 interviews have been
                         excluded from the data massif as a result of the control, and the total
                         number of interviews has been shortened from 1,701 down to 1,691.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The questionnaire of the study included 112 questions (including the
                        socio-demographic bloc).
                        ISSP-module, consisting of 21 questions, were located between block of
                        social-politics monitoring questions (estimate of economical and
                        political situation of the country; the level of ordinary life's problems;
                        trust in political leaders, parties and social institutions; voting intentions;
                        attention to some foreign-policy problems - totally 50 questions) and
                        socio-demographic questions.

Sample size:             1691

Response rates:           3197   A - Total issued (total sample)
                           609   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                          2606   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                          1701   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                           905   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                           781   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                           106   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                             -   H - Other non-response
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Language:              Russian

Weighted:              Yes

Weighting procedure: Reference on the distribution of respondents' totality and corrected
                     sampling by controlled social groups
                     The correction is realized separately for every generalized region
                     (oblast`).
                     The total expected number N of respondents for a certain region
                     equals

                                              N = N0 * P ,

                       where N0 denotes the size of whole sample, P stands for share of the
                       region in the entire population.
                       There are population groups involved in correction process:

                        Gender groups:         1. Male;
                                               2. Female.
                        Age groups:            3. 16 - 24 years;
                                               4. 25 - 39 years;
                                               5. 40 - 54 years;
                                               6. 55 and over years.
                        Education groups:      7. High school or incomplete one;
                                               8. Common school (9-10 classes) or special
                                                  engineering
                                               9. Incomplete common school.

                       Weight coefficients are defined as extreme ones for the sum of
                       squares of deviations of weighed estimates from corresponding
                       precise values of proportions of the following social groups within
                       the surveyed population
                       As a result of correction every respondent X[k] becomes supplied with
                       definite weight W[k], being within the limits0 < W[k] < ~10, so that
                       the following conditions were valid:
                       1) the value of sum(W[k]) for region concerned were equal to N and
                       2) for every controlled group G[i] the value Q[i] being equal to

                                      Q[i] = sum( W[k] | X[k].belong to .G[i] ) / N,

                       were closed to a share P[i] of group G[i] in region`s population

                                      i.e. Q[i] ~ P[i], i=1,2,...,16.

                       The value of J being equal to

                                      J = sum( (Q[i]-P[i])**2 ) + (sum(W[k])/N - 1)**2 ,

                       serves the criterion for minimisation on the weights` sets variety.
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               Group            1     2     3    4     5      6     7      8     9
               In massif       4471 5529 1833 3140 2253 2774 1679 4897 3424
               Weighed (p)     4570 5430 1595 3127 2355 2924 1365 4604 4031
               Statistic       4567 5432 1595 3130 2353 2921 1433 4714 3853

              The deviation in structure of controlled social groups makes on the
              average less than 0.09 %.
              Weight coefficients of respondents are distributed as follows:

               Value            Quantity
               0.000 - 0.100           0
               0.101 - 0.200           0
               0.201 - 0.500        237
               0.501 - 1.000        746
               1.001 - 2.000        639
               2.001 - 5.000          65
               5.001 -10.000           4
               10.001 >                 -

              Sum of weight coefficients is 1691. All the coefficients are recorded
              in "weight" field.
              Sum of weight coefficients makes 1691.0
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National Population Characteristics: Russia

Source:                               1995 Goskomstat of Russia. The entire population of
                                      Russia of 18+ years
Gender:
Male                                         45.5 %
Female                                       54.5 %

Age Groups:
18 - 24                                      12.7 %
25 - 39                                      32.5 %
40 - 54                                      24.5 %
55 +                                         30.4 %

Education:
Higher and incomplete higher                 14.5 %
Secondary and secondary specialized          47.7 %
Below secondary                              37.7 %

Employment Status:
Employed                                     62.0 %
Non-employed                                 38.0 %
N                                      108.835.000
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Study Description:     Slovenia

Study title:           Slovenian Public Opinion 1995/4 -
                       1996 ISSP Module on Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:       November, December 1995

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. Niko Toš (Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research
                        Centre, Ljubljana)

Sample type:           Systematic multistage sample with random start of adults aged 18 years
                       or older living at non-institutional address in Slovenia is based on
                       Central Register of Population. 140 PSU and 420 SSU are formed, with
                       names and addresses of persons in final clusters. A replacement
                       procedure is used for non-responses. Halves of sample with every
                       second person selected were used for SJM95/3 (non ISSP) and SJM95/4
                       (ISSP) Survey. See: Marjan Blejec: Nacrti in analiza vzorcev za ankete
                       "Slovensko javno mnenje" SJM68, SJM69 in SJM70, VŠSPN,
                       Ljubljana 1970

Fieldwork methods      Personal interviews with trained interviewers

Fieldwork institute    Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre, Ljubljana

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        ISSP 1996 - ROG III module forms the introductory part of Slovenian
                        Public Opinion Survey 1995/4.

Sample size:           1.004

Response rates:        2.991   A - Total issued (total sample)
                         317   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                       2.674   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                       2.004   D - Total SJM95 questionnaires received
                       1.000      - SJM95/3 without ISSP
                       1.004      - SJM95/4 with ISSP modules
                         670   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                         369   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                         200   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                         101   H - Other non-response

Language:              Slovenian

Weighted:              No
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National Population Characteristics: Slovenia

Gender:
                                Census 1991, population 15+ years (Statistical Yearbook of the
                                Republic of Slovenia 1995)
Male                               47.7 %
Female                             52.3 %

Age Groups:
                                Census 1991, population 15+ years (Statistical Yearbook of the
                                Republic of Slovenia 1995)
0 - 14                             20.6 %
15 - 29                            22.5 %
30 - 44                            23.5 %
45 - 64                            22.5 %
65+                                10.9 %

Education:
                               Census 1991, population 15+ years (Statistical Yearbook of the
                               Republic of Slovenia 1995)
0-7 years of elementary school    17.3 %
Elementary school                 30.3 %
Completed vocational school       19.7 %
Completed middle school           23.7 %
University degree                  9.0 %

Employment Status:
                                Labour Force Survey, 1995
Persons in employment             882,000
Unemployed persons                 70,000
Non-active population             669,000
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Study Description:      Spain

Study title:            Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:        27 to 31 January 1996

Principal investigators: C.I.S. (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas)

Sample type:            Representative sample of adults aged 18 years and over living in private
                        households in Spain.
                        Field: The Canary and Balearic Islands are included; Ceuta and Melilla
                        are excluded.
                        Affixation: Proportional.
                        Sampling geographical points: 162 municipalities and 47 provinces
                        Source: 1991 Census, Istituto Nacional de Estadística (I.N.E.)
                        Sampling Procedure: “Polietápico“, stratified by clusters; primary
                        sampling units (municipalities) and secondary sampling units (electoral
                        sections) selected in a simple random manner; and ultimate units
                        (individuals) selected according to random routes, and quota by sex and
                        age.
                        The strata have been made by crossing the 17 Autonomies with the size
                        of habitat, divided into 7 categories: less than 2,000 inhabitants; between
                        2,001 and 10,000; between 10,001 and 50,000; between 50,001 and
                        100,000; between 100,001 and 400,000; between 400,001 and
                        1,000,000; more than 1,000,000 inhabitants.
                        Sampling error: For a confidence level of 95.5 % (2 sigmas) and P=Q,
                        the error margin is +/- 2 for the overall sample.

Fieldwork methods:      Face-to-face interviews at R's home

Sample size:            2.494

Response rates:         2.500   A - Total issued (total sample)
                            0   B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        2.500   C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        2.494   D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                            6   E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                            0   F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                            0   G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                            6   H - Other non-response

Language:               Spanish

Weighted:               No

Publications:           Datos de Opinión C.I.S., No 4 (April 1996)
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National Population Characteristics: Spain

Source:                       Census 1991 I.N.E.

Gender:
Male                                    19,055,844
Female                                  19,843,917

Age Groups:
less than 5                              2,065,002
5-9                                      2,450,996
10 - 14                                  3,124,932
15 - 24                                  6,549,835
25 - 34                                  5,947,059
35 - 44                                  4,904,188
45 - 54                                  4,171,746
55 - 64                                  4,340,795
65 +                                     5,345,208
N                                       38,899,761

Education Level: (population 10 years and older)
No studies                               2,656,903
Incomplete studies                       5,166,006
4 - 10 years                            12,249,030
11 - 14 years                            6,029,079
15 - 18 years                            5,667,110
19 - 21 years                            1,139,157
22 +                                     1,254,017
N                                       34,161,300

Employment Rate: (population 16 years and older)
Active population                       15,272,988
    Employed                            12,390,200
    Unemployed                           2,882,788
Not in labour force                     14,939,066
N                                       30,212,054
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Study Description:     Sweden

Study title:           Role of Government III

Fieldwork dates:       February 1996 to May 1996

Principal investigators: Dr. Stefan Svallfors, Department of Sociology, Umeå University, Umeå,
                         Sweden

Sample type:           A representative sample of the Swedish population 18-76 years.

Fieldwork institute:   Statistics Sweden

Fieldwork methods:     Separate postal survey with two reminders by post to all non-
                       respondents and a telephone interview follow-up on a sub-sample of
                       remaining non-respondents.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        Separate survey

Sample size:           1238

Response rates:                                2000 A - Total issued (total sample)
                                                  8 B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                                               1992 C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                         weighted unweighted
                            1360       1238 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                            1121       1121   by mail
                             239        117   by telephone
                                                754    E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                                                137    F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                                                617    G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                                                  -    H - Other non-response

                       As shown in the following table, responses do not seem to be
                       substantially biased.

Weighted Response rates in different groups:

                       Sex:
                       Men                                   68.9 %
                       Women                                 67.5 %
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                        Age:
                        18 - 25                      70.8 %
                        26 - 45                      65.8 %
                        46 - 64                      70.1 %
                        65 - 76                      69.0 %

                        Respondents income 1993 before deductions in SEK:
                        No income                  56.2 %
                          1000 - 50000             74.2 %
                         51000 - 100000            59.4 %
                        101000 - 150000            66.1 %
                        151000 - 200000            69.4 %
                        201000 - 250000            74.8 %
                        251000 - 300000            76.5 %
                        301000 - 350000            82.0 %
                        351000 -                   78.6 %

                        Urban-Rural:
                        Stockholm                    61.3 %
                        Urban1                       72.3 %
                        Urban2                       69.1 %
                        Rural1                       58.7 %
                        Rural2                       64.3 %
                        Göteborg region              66.1 %
                        Malmö etc. region            77.9 %

Language:              Swedish

Weighted:              Yes

Weighting procedure: A subsample was drawn among those who had still not responded after
                     two subsequent reminders. About 50 % of them were selected for
                     telephone interviewing, following the normal practices of Statistics
                     Sweden. All respondents in the subsample has accordingly been given
                     the weight 2.04. Please note that all frequencies given in this codebook
                     are calculated from UNWEIGHTED data. However, in order to keep the
                     representativeness of the sample, all calculations should be made using
                     the weight (the name of the weight variable is weight).
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National Population Characteristics: Sweden

Gender:
                      Register for the Weighted ISSP-   1990 Census   Labour Force
                      Total Population Sample 1996                    Statistics 1994
                       Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76   Years 16 - 64 Years 16 - 64
Male                           50.1 %          50.6 %          49.2 %           49.2 %
Female                         49,9 %          49.4 %          50.8 %           50.8 %

Age Groups:
                      Register for the Weighted ISSP-   1990 Census      Labour force
                      Total Population Sample 1995                      Statistics 1994
                       Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76   Years 16 - 64   Years 16 - 64
18 - 25                        10.5 %          10.9 %
26 - 45                        39.6 %          38.2 %
46 - 64                        33.0 %          33.9 %
65 - 74                        16.9 %          17.0 %

Education:
                      Register for the Weighted ISSP-   1990 Census      Labour force
                      Total Population Sample 1995                      Statistics 1994
                       Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76   Years 16 - 64   Years 16 - 64
Primary School                                                 38.6 %
Secondary 2, 3 years                                           38.6 %
University                                                     19.7 %
Remaining 3 %: no answer

Respondents Income:
                      Register for the Weighted ISSP-   1990 Census      Labour force
                      Total Population Sample 1995                      Statistics 1994
                       Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76   Years 16 - 64   Years 16 - 64
No income                       5.3 %           4.4 %
  1000 - 50000                 10.7 %          11.6 %
 51000 - 100000                15.6 %          13.5 %
101000 - 150000                24.8 %          24.1 %
151000 - 200000                23.5 %          23.9 %
201000 - 250000                10.7 %          11.7 %
251000 - 300000                 4.1 %           4.6 %
301000 - 350000                 2.5 %           3.0 %
351000 -                        2.8 %           3.2 %
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Urban-Rural (H-Region):
                     Register for the Weighted ISSP-    1990 Census      Labour force
                    Total Population Sample 1995                        Statistics 1994
                      Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76    Years 16 - 64   Years 16 - 64
Stockholm                     18.4 %          16.5 %
  Urban1                      35.9 %          38.0 %
  Urban2                      19.7 %          19.9 %
  Rural1                       5.2 %           4.5 %
  Rural2                       5.8 %           5.5 %
Göteborg region                9.3 %           9.1 %
Malmö etc. region              5.7 %           6.5 %

Employment Status:
                      Register for the Weighted ISSP-   1990 Census      Labour force
                      Total Population Sample 1994                      Statistics 1994
                       Years 18 - 76    Years 18 - 76   Years 16 - 64   Years 16 - 64
Employed                                                                            72 %
Unemployed                                                                           6%
Not in labour force                                                                 22 %
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Study Description:      Switzerland

Study title:            Role of Government (partial replication)

Fieldwork dates:        Mai 12th – November 9th 1998

Principal investigators: Prof. Dr. Klaus Armingeon, Simon Geissbuehler, Institute of Political
                         Science, University of Berne;
                         Prof. Dr. Andreas Diekmann, Dr. Henriette Engelhardt, Ben Jann,
                         Department of Sociology, University of Berne

Sample type:            Random sample of all German, French or Italian speaking people aged
                        between 18 and 70 who are permanently living in Switzerland in the
                        year 1998. The final sample was determined by a two-stage selection
                        process. First, a random sample of 6700 households was drawn from the
                        official telephone register. Second, the household structure was
                        examined via telephone for each selected household, and one member
                        drawn at random by computer.

Fieldwork institute:    LINK Institute, Luzern

Fieldwork methods:      Standardised computer aided telephone interview (CATI) and
                        standardised postal self-completion follow-up questionnaire (reply paid,
                        gift included: telephone card worth CHF 10,-). Reminding letter
                        including another questionnaire after two weeks.

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The present dataset on ”Role of Government” is part of an extensive
                        survey that was carried out within the joint project ”Future of Working
                        Life” of the Department of Sociology and the Institute of Political
                        Science of the University of Berne. The joint project is financed by the
                        Swiss National Science Foundation. It is part of the Swiss Priority
                        Programme (SPP) ”Switzerland: Towards the Future”.
                        The ISSP questions on ”Role of Government” were part of the written
                        questionnaire (except variables V33 to V35, which were part of the
                        preceding telephone interview). They were placed in their original order
                        before a number of questions on other subjects.
                        The ISSP standard background variables were mainly part of the
                        telephone interview.
                        The dataset is not a full replication of the 1996 ISSP module. The
                        variables V4 to V15, V60 to V62, V65 to V69, and NOTVOTE have
                        been excluded from the survey.

Sample size:            2518
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Response rates:         6700 A - Total issued (total sample)
                        1895 B - Ineligible (address vacant, wrong ages,...)
                        4805 C - (= A - B) Total eligible (in scope sample)
                        2518 D - Total ISSP questionnaires received
                        2287 E - (= C - D; = F + G + H) Total non-response
                        1780 F - Refusals (refusing to take part)
                             1270 - main
                              510 - self-completion
                         204 G - Non-contact (never contacted)
                         303 H - Other non-response

Language:              German, French, Italian

Weighted:              Yes/ No

Weighting procedure: Due to the two-stage selection process the probability of selection
                     depends on the size of the household (number of members aged
                     between 18 and 70). To take into account the relative selection
                     probabilities, weighting can be applied (variable WEIGHT).

Known systematic properties:
                      - People living in a household without phone or only with a cellular
                          phone are not covered by the sample.
                      - Relative selection probabilities due to household size (see above).

Known deviations from ISSP questionnaire:
                      The term ”government” has been translated into ”Staat” most of the
                      times (exception: V47 and V51). This seems to be more appropriate for
                      the Swiss situation than the term ”Regierung”, which was used a number
                      of times in the ZUMA-translation for Germany.
                      The terms ”business” in V21 and ”business and industry” in V34 have
                      been translated into ”Wirtschaft” and ”Schweizer Wirtschaft”
                      respectively, and not – as in the ZUMA-translation for Germany – into
                      ”Handel und Industrie”.
                      Due to a mistake, the text in brackets in question V56 (”We mean all
                      taxes ...”) has not been printed in the questionnaire.
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National Population Characteristics: Switzerland

Total Population in 1998:          7.1 million

                            Statistical Yearbook 1999 (Dec. 31st, 1997)
Gender:
Male                               48.8 %
Female                             51.2 %

Age Groups:
 0-9                            11.8 %
10-19                           11.5 %
20-29                           13.1 %
30-39                           16.8 %
40-49                           14.4 %
50-59                           12.4 %
60-69                             9.1 %
70-79                             6.8 %
80+                               4.0 %
                            Swiss Labour Force Survey (SAKE) 2. quarter 1998
                            (sample size: 16200) aged 18 to 70 only
Educational degree:

None, compulsory                   18.1 %
Secondary                          61.9 %
Tertiary                           19.9 %

Years of schooling:

None, still at school,             18.1 %
compulsory completed
9.75 years                          1.8 %
10                                  2.4 %
10.5                               42.0 %
11.5                                0.9 %
12                                 13.0 %
12.5                                9.7 %
15                                  3.7 %
17.5                                8.4 %

Employment status:

Employed                           75.3 %
Unemployed                          2.8 %
Not in labour force                21.9 %
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P    1996   -   Role of Government III                   Page I - 80



Study Description:     USA

Study title:           General Social Survey 1996 (GSS)

Fieldwork dates:       February 1 to May 25, 1996

Principal investigators: James A. Davis, Tom W. Smith, NORC

Sample type:           Three-stage NORC Master Sampling: Full Probability Sample

Fieldwork institute:   National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, NORC

Fieldwork methods:     Self-administered     supplement     completed   after   the    main   GSS
                       questionnaire

Context of ISSP questionnaire:
                        The ISSP data are part of the GSS

Sample size:           1332 achieved ISSP National Identity

Response rates:          4559    Original sample
                            1    Out of sample
                          158    Not at dwelling unit
                          493    Vacant
                          136    Language problems
                           43    New dwelling unit
                         3814    Net sample
                         2904    Completed cases
                          757    Refusals, break offs
                           60    No one home, unavailable
                           93    Other
                          205    Did no ISSP

Language:              American English

Weighted:              Yes

Publications:          General Social Survey, 1972-1996;
                       Cumulative Codebook, November 1996, conducted for the National
                       Data Program for the Social Sciences at the National Opinion Research
                       Center, University of Chicago; Data Distributed by the Roper Center for
                       Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut; NORC Edition
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P    1996    -   Role of Government III                     Page I - 81



National Population Characteristics: USA

Source:               CPS 1996         GSS 1996         GSS 1996
                                       Unweighted       Weighted (by number of eligible
                                                        respondents (i.e. 18+) in the household
Gender:
Male                          48.0 %          44.2 %             46.2 %
Female                        52.0 %          55.8 %             53.8 %
N                                               2904               2904

Age Groups:
18 - 24                       12.4 %            9.9 %            12.5 %
25 - 29                        9.8 %           10.5 %            10.5 %
30 - 34                       11.5 %           11.9 %            11.3 %
35 - 39                       11.5 %           12.1 %            11.5 %
40 - 44                       10.4 %           11.2 %            11.2 %
45 - 49                        9.2 %           10.3 %            11.1 %
50 - 54                        7.3 %            8.2 %             8.4 %
55 - 59                        5.8 %            5.4 %             5.5 %
60 - 64                        5.3 %          5.2% %              5.3 %
65 +                          16.9 %           15.3 %            12.8 %
N                                                2898              2900

Years of Schooling (25 years or older):
0- 8                           8.1 %           5.5 %              4.9 %
9 - 12                        10.2 %           9.6 %              9.4 %
12                            33.6 %          30.6 %             31.1 %
13 - 15                       24.6 %          28.4 %             28.5 %
16 +                          23.6 %          25.9 %             26.1 %
N                                               2604               2532

Labour Force Participation (16 years or older*):
Employed                   66.8 %             69.0 %             70.6 %
Unemployed                  5.4 %              2.6 %              2.7 %
Not in labour force        27.8 %             28.4 %             26.7 %
N                                               2904               2904
*The GSS figures are based on 18+
ZA-No. 2900                I S S P          1996         -    Role of Government III     Page I - 82


Codebook Information

The example below is a reproduction of information appearing in the machine
readable codebook. The numbers in angular brackets < > do not appear in the
codebook, but are references to the descriptions which follow the example.

Example:

<1>          <2>
V4          Obey laws without exception

<3>                 <4>              <5>
Location:     14    MD1:   9         Dec.places:
Width:         1    MD2:   8


<6>
Q.8 In general, would you say that people should obey the law
without exception, or are there exceptional occasions on which
people should follow their consciences even if it means
breaking the law?
(Please tick one box only)
<7>
<----->
 <8>   <9>
   1. Obey the law without exception
   2. Follow own conscience on occasions

   8.   Can't choose, don't know
   9.   NA, refused

<10>
             AUS    D-W     D-E         GB       USA            H      I    IRL     N
   1         668    545     274        362       535          701    372    380   409
   %        32.4   27.4    29.1       38.5      42.7         50.0   35.1   39.8 31.9
   2        1392   1442     666        578       717          700    689    574   872
   %        67.6   72.6    70.9       61.5      57.3         50.0   64.9   60.2 68.16
   8         37M   268M    139M        35M       64M          80M    43M    40M   28M

   9         54M   106M        30M     14M         16M       19M                  35M

Sum         2151   2361    1109        989      1332         1500   1104   994    1344

               S     CZ     SLO         PL        BG          RUS     NZ    CDN     RP
   1         396    503     395        643       583          594    374    277    539
   %        33.2   49.0    41.3       63.5      60.3         39.3   33.2   25.1   52.2
   2         797    523     561        369       384          916    754    825    493
   %        66.8   51.0    58.7       36.5      39.7         60.7   66.8   74.9   47.8
   8         31M    66M     48M       160M       45M         181M    47M    70M   168M

   9         14M     8M                11M                          23M    10M

Sum         1238   1100    1004       1183      1012         1691   1198   1182   1200

            IL-J   IL-A       J          E        LV            F     CY
   1         644    183     368       1539       576          191    330
   %        69.6   48.4    32.8       64.2      41.3         15.2   36.1
   2         281    195     755        858       819         1068    585
   %        30.4   51.6    67.2       35.8      58.7         84.8   63.9
   8         63M    97M    121M        92M      104M          28M    85M

   9         55M   25M         5M          5M      6M        25M

Sum         1043   500     1249       2494      1505         1312   1000
ZA-No. 2900       I S S P   1996   -   Role of Government III    Page I - 83




Explanations

<1>   A variable (and reference) number have been assigned to each item in
the study. In the present codebook which documents the archived data set,
these numbers are identical. Should the data set be subsetted or rearranged
the variable numbers might change to reflect the order of the new data set
while the reference numbers would remain unchanged to provide a link to the
archived data set.

<2>   Indicates the abbreviated (24 character maximum) variable label used
within OSIRIS or SPSS system files.

<3>   "Location" indicates the starting position of the variable when the
dataset is stored in the OSIRIS format."Width" describes the number of
positions of the variable.

<4>   "MD" indicates the designation of the missing data. MD1 indicates an
explicit defined single value. MD2 designates a single value or a value
range, i.e. all values equal or greater than this value have been declared
missing. Although these categories are defined as missing data categories,
this does not mean that the user should not or cannot use these codes if so
desired.

<5>   If a variable contains implied decimals, the message "Dec.places: xx"
appears here, where xx is the number of decimal places.

<6>   Indicates the full question text taken from the British questionnaire.
Wherever possible the original sequence of questions has been retained,
although some changes were necessary to integrate the different national
questionnaires.

<7>   Indicates commentaries and explanations added during the processing of
the study. < within question or answer texts may indicate whether the
questionnaire in a particular country is deviating from the general format.

<8>   Indicates the code value for the single answer category.

<9>   Indicates the textual definition of the codes. Abbreviations commonly
used are DK (don't know), NA (no answer), Can't choose, Not applicable and
Not available.

<10> Indicates percentaged frequencies by country. This form is used
whenever code categories have the same meaning for all countries. Column
percentages are based only on "valid cases". Missing data values were
excluded from percentages.
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P    96   - Role of Government III             Page   1


V1      ZA Study Number 2900

Location:     1
Width:        4

Zentralarchiv Study Number ’2900’


V2      Respondent ID Number

Location:     5
Width:        7

Respondent Number

This number uniquely identifies each respondent.
The first two digits are identical with the country code,
the next five digits contain the original identification
number.


V3      Country

Location:   12
Width:       2

Country

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

01.   Australia            (AUS)                                     2151   6.09
02.   Germany (West)       (D-W)                                     2361   6.69
03.   Germany (East)       (D-E)                                     1109   3.14
04.   Great Britain        (GB)                                       989   2.80
05.   Northern Ireland     (NIRL)                                       0
06.   United States        (USA)                                     1332   3.77
07.   Austria              (A)                                          0
08.   Hungary              (H)                                       1500   4.25
09.   Italy                (I)                                       1104   3.13
10.   Ireland              (IRL)                                      994   2.81
11.   Netherlands          (NL)                                         0
12.   Norway               (N)                                       1344   3.81
13.   Sweden               (S)                                       1238   3.51
14.   Czech Republic       (CZ)                                      1100   3.12
15.   Slovenia             (SLO)                                     1004   2.84
16.   Poland               (PL)                                      1183   3.35
17.   Bulgaria             (BG)                                      1012   2.87
18.   Russia               (RUS)                                     1691   4.79
19.   New Zealand          (NZ)                                      1198   3.39
20.   Canada               (CDN)                                     1182   3.35
21.   Philippines          (RP)                                      1200   3.40
22.   Israel-Jews          (IL-J)                                    1043   2.95
23.   Israel-Arabs         (IL-A)                                     500   1.42
24.   Japan                (J)                                       1249   3.54
25.   Spain                (E)                                       2494   7.06
26.   Latvia               (LV)                                      1505   4.26
27.   France               (F)                                       1312   3.72
28.   Cyprus               (CY)                                      1000   2.83
30.   Switzerland          (CH)                                      2518   7.13

                                                                    35313 100.00
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   2


V4      Obey laws without exception

Location:   14    MD1: 0
Width:       1    MD2: 8

Q.1 In general, would you say that people should obey the law
without exception, or are there exceptional occasions on
which people should follow their consciences even if it
means breaking the law?
(Please tick one box only)

      1. Obey the law without exception
      2. Follow conscience on occasions

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 668| 545| 274| 362| 535| 701| 372| 380| 409|
  %    | 32.4| 27.4| 29.1| 38.5| 42.7| 50.0| 35.1| 39.8| 31.9|
  2    | 1392| 1442| 666| 578| 717| 700| 689| 574| 872|
  %    | 67.6| 72.6| 70.9| 61.5| 57.3| 50.0| 64.9| 60.2| 68.1|
  8    | 37M| 268M| 139M| 35M| 64M| 80M| 43M| 40M| 28M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 54M| 106M| 30M| 14M| 16M| 19M|           |     | 35M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG            RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 396| 503| 395| 643| 583|                594| 374| 277| 539|
  %    | 33.2| 49.0| 41.3| 63.5| 60.3|          39.3| 33.2| 25.1| 52.2|
  2    | 797| 523| 561| 369| 384|                916| 754| 825| 493|
  %    | 66.8| 51.0| 58.7| 36.5| 39.7|          60.7| 66.8| 74.9| 47.8|
  8    | 31M| 66M| 48M| 160M| 45M|              181M| 47M| 70M| 168M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |              |     |     |     |
  9    | 14M|    8M|      | 11M|      |              | 23M| 10M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |              |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |              |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |              |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012               1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV        F    CY     CH
  1    | 644| 183| 368|       1539|     576|     191| 330|        |
  %    | 69.6| 48.4| 32.8|    64.2|    41.3|    15.2| 36.1|       |
  2    | 281| 195| 755|        858|     819|    1068| 585|        |
  %    | 30.4| 51.6| 67.2|    35.8|    58.7|    84.8| 63.9|       |
  8    | 63M| 97M| 121M|       92M|    104M|     28M| 85M|        |
       |      |    |      |        |        |        |     |      |
  9    | 55M| 25M|     5M|      5M|      6M|     25M|      |      |
       |      |    |      |        |        |        |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |        |        |        |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |        |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494     1505     1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   3


V5      Public protest meetings

Location:      15      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.2 There are many ways people or organisations can protest
against a government action they strongly oppose.
Please show which you think should be allowed and which
should not be allowed by ticking a box on each line.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.2A Forms of protest:
Organising public meetings to protest against the government

      1.   Definitely allowed
      2.   Probably allowed
      3.   Probably not allowed
      4.   Definitely not allowed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 1415| 1165| 513| 523| 697| 736| 723| 464| 969|
  %    | 67.0| 52.1| 49.7| 56.6| 55.1| 50.5| 67.1| 47.6| 76.2|
  2    | 612| 858| 437| 303| 357| 517| 266| 357| 241|
  %    | 29.0| 38.4| 42.3| 32.8| 28.2| 35.5| 24.7| 36.7| 19.0|
  3    |   61| 123|    54|   45| 102| 127|     58|   85|   40|
  %    | 2.9| 5.5| 5.2| 4.9| 8.1| 8.7| 5.4| 8.7| 3.1|
  4    |   24|   89|   29|   53| 108|    77|   31|   68|   21|
  %    | 1.1| 4.0| 2.8| 5.7| 8.5| 5.3| 2.9| 7.0| 1.7|
  8    |   3M| 112M| 74M| 44M| 61M| 41M| 26M| 20M| 41M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 36M| 14M|     2M| 21M|    7M|   2M|      |     | 32M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |    961|     456|     208|     229| 494| 711| 821| 823| 174|
  %    |   82.0|    44.4|    23.2|    23.1| 52.6| 46.3| 70.7| 71.0| 16.0|
  2    |    181|     384|     515|     412| 308| 571| 270| 231| 481|
  %    |   15.4|    37.4|    57.5|    41.5| 32.8| 37.2| 23.2| 19.9| 44.2|
  3    |     12|     119|     115|     241|   50| 148|    42|   73| 255|
  %    |    1.0|    11.6|    12.8|    24.3| 5.3| 9.6| 3.6| 6.3| 23.4|
  4    |     18|      69|      57|     110|   88| 107|    29|   32| 179|
  %    |    1.5|     6.7|     6.4|    11.1| 9.4| 7.0| 2.5| 2.8| 16.4|
  8    |    51M|     58M|    109M|    177M| 70M| 154M| 18M| 12M| 111M|
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    15M|     14M|         |    14M|   2M|      | 18M| 11M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III     Page    4

V5     Public protest meetings                                              (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV     F    CY     CH
  1   |    695|     218|     409|    1238|     406| 882| 197|         |
  %   |   67.4|    46.8|    39.7|    53.8|    28.8| 70.3| 20.2|       |
  2   |    218|     183|     457|     708|     621| 302| 419|         |
  %   |   21.1|    39.3|    44.4|    30.8|    44.0| 24.1| 42.9|       |
  3   |     62|      49|     121|     210|     244|   44| 279|        |
  %   |    6.0|    10.5|    11.7|     9.1|    17.3| 3.5| 28.6|        |
  4   |     56|      16|      43|     144|     141|   26|   82|       |
  %   |    5.4|     3.4|     4.2|     6.3|    10.0| 2.1| 8.4|         |
  8   |    12M|     33M|    209M|    191M|     88M| 19M| 20M|         |
      |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |      |
  9   |        |     1M|     10M|      3M|      5M| 39M|    3M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P     96   - Role of Government III        Page   5


V6      Protest demonstrations

Location:      16      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.2B Forms of protest:
Organising protest marches and demonstrations

<See Q.2 for complete question text.>

      1.   Definitely allowed
      2.   Probably allowed
      3.   Probably not allowed
      4.   Definitely not allowed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    867|     927| 455| 309| 611| 588| 661| 410| 748|
  %    |   42.4|    41.4| 43.6| 34.3| 48.6| 40.4| 61.2| 42.5| 60.7|
  2    |    820|    1023| 518| 351| 398| 558| 286| 350| 372|
  %    |   40.1|    45.7| 49.7| 39.0| 31.6| 38.3| 26.5| 36.3| 30.2|
  3    |    268|     173|   48| 122| 140| 200|      90| 122|    59|
  %    |   13.1|     7.7| 4.6| 13.6| 11.1| 13.7| 8.3| 12.7| 4.8|
  4    |     89|     114|   22| 118| 109| 111|      43|   82|   54|
  %    |    4.4|     5.1| 2.1| 13.1| 8.7| 7.6| 4.0| 8.5| 4.4|
  8    |     7M|    108M| 61M| 38M| 50M| 41M| 24M| 25M| 47M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |   100M|     16M|   5M| 51M| 24M|     2M|      |  5M| 64M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN       RP
  1    |    867|     266|     157|     218| 476| 621| 492| 666|         135|
  %    |   74.4|    25.7|    17.1|    21.7| 50.7| 40.9| 44.5| 58.3|    12.1|
  2    |    250|     338|     554|     458| 313| 588| 380| 313|         526|
  %    |   21.5|    32.7|    60.5|    45.5| 33.3| 38.7| 34.4| 27.4|    47.2|
  3    |     22|     252|     142|     223|   64| 191| 136| 102|        280|
  %    |    1.9|    24.4|    15.5|    22.2| 6.8| 12.6| 12.3| 8.9|      25.1|
  4    |     26|     178|      63|     107|   86| 119|    98|   61|     174|
  %    |    2.2|    17.2|     6.9|    10.6| 9.2| 7.8| 8.9| 5.3|        15.6|
  8    |    48M|     48M|     87M|    160M| 72M| 172M| 25M| 12M|        85M|
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |
  9    |    25M|     18M|      1M|     17M|   1M|      | 67M| 28M|          |
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |
       |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183 1012 1691 1198 1182         1200
ZA-No. 2900             I S S P      96    - Role of Government III     Page    6

V6     Protest demonstrations                                         (continued)


          IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV     F    CY     CH
  1   |    652| 130| 353|      1201|     325| 678| 208|         |
  %   |   63.5| 28.2| 33.5|    51.5|    23.3| 54.4| 21.3|       |
  2   |    244| 284| 495|       759|     598| 397| 433|         |
  %   |   23.8| 61.6| 47.0|    32.6|    42.9| 31.9| 44.4|       |
  3   |     74|   26| 148|      220|     315| 113| 255|         |
  %   |    7.2| 5.6| 14.0|      9.4|    22.6| 9.1| 26.1|        |
  4   |     56|   21|   58|     151|     156|   58|   80|       |
  %   |    5.5| 4.6| 5.5|       6.5|    11.2| 4.7| 8.2|         |
  8   |    15M| 37M| 183M|     159M|    107M| 19M| 24M|         |
      |        |    |      |        |        |     |     |      |
  9   |     2M|   2M| 12M|       4M|      4M| 47M|       |      |
      |        |    |      |        |        |     |     |      |
  0   |        |    |      |        |        |     |     |2518M|
      |        |    |      |        |        |     |     |      |
Sum       1043   500 1249      2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   7


V7      National anti-government strike

Location:      17      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.2C Forms of protest:
Organising a nationwide strike of all workers against the
government

<See Q.2 for complete question text.>

      1.   Definitely allowed
      2.   Probably allowed
      3.   Probably not allowed
      4.   Definitely not allowed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    353|     646|     311|     123|     218|     517| 672| 166| 356|
  %    |   17.4|    30.3|    32.1|    13.9|    17.9|    35.8| 62.6| 17.7| 30.6|
  2    |    520|     803|     399|     161|     272|     466| 247| 270| 373|
  %    |   25.6|    37.6|    41.2|    18.3|    22.3|    32.3| 23.0| 28.8| 32.1|
  3    |    658|     407|     169|     246|     360|     247|   93| 245| 253|
  %    |   32.4|    19.1|    17.4|    27.9|    29.6|    17.1| 8.7| 26.1| 21.8|
  4    |    500|     277|      90|     352|     368|     213|   61| 257| 181|
  %    |   24.6|    13.0|     9.3|    39.9|    30.2|    14.8| 5.7| 27.4| 15.6|
  8    |    20M|    210M|    135M|     55M|     85M|     55M| 31M| 51M| 107M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    |   100M|     18M|      5M|     52M|     29M|      2M|      |  5M| 74M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500 1104    994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    443|     246|     190|     157|     412|     510|     190|     280|     135|
  %    |   40.5|    24.5|    21.1|    16.3|    45.7|    34.8|    17.2|    25.3|    12.4|
  2    |    284|     228|     469|     339|     276|     533|     213|     249|     455|
  %    |   26.0|    22.7|    52.2|    35.3|    30.6|    36.4|    19.3|    22.5|    41.7|
  3    |    195|     267|     171|     306|      92|     269|     320|     291|     302|
  %    |   17.8|    26.6|    19.0|    31.8|    10.2|    18.4|    29.0|    26.3|    27.7|
  4    |    171|     262|      69|     159|     122|     153|     379|     286|     198|
  %    |   15.6|    26.1|     7.7|    16.5|    13.5|    10.4|    34.4|    25.9|    18.2|
  8    |   110M|     72M|    104M|    202M|    107M|    226M|     31M|     41M|    110M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    35M|     25M|      1M|     20M|      3M|         |    65M|     35M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page    8

V7     National anti-government strike                                          (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    374|     141|     176|     807|     241|     542|      82|       |
  %   |   36.7|    30.5|    18.6|    36.0|    17.7|    44.4|     8.7|       |
  2   |    263|     176|     370|     644|     420|     292|     240|       |
  %   |   25.8|    38.1|    39.2|    28.7|    30.9|    23.9|    25.3|       |
  3   |    144|     105|     289|     406|     416|     193|     395|       |
  %   |   14.1|    22.7|    30.6|    18.1|    30.6|    15.8|    41.7|       |
  4   |    239|      40|     110|     387|     283|     195|     230|       |
  %   |   23.4|     8.7|    11.6|    17.2|    20.8|    16.0|    24.3|       |
  8   |    22M|     38M|    289M|    247M|    140M|     48M|     47M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     1M|         |    15M|      3M|      5M|     42M|      6M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III                 Page   9


V8      Attend public protest meetings

Location:     18    MD1: 0
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.3 Would you or would you not do any of the following to
protest against a government action you strongly oppose?
(Please tick one box on each line)
Q.3a Attend a public meeting organised to protest against
the government

      1.   Definitely would
      2.   Probably would
      3.   Probably would not
      4.   Definitely would not

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB      USA        H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 813| 516| 233| 224|         410|     322| 607| 289| 438|
  %    | 38.4| 23.3| 23.2| 23.7|    32.1|    21.9| 55.9| 29.8| 34.6|
  2    | 919| 739| 377| 388|         391|     418| 288| 317| 554|
  %    | 43.4| 33.3| 37.5| 41.1|    30.6|    28.5| 26.5| 32.6| 43.8|
  3    | 321| 541| 247| 207|         274|     202|   91| 225| 217|
  %    | 15.2| 24.4| 24.6| 21.9|    21.4|    13.8| 8.4| 23.2| 17.2|
  4    |   64| 423| 149| 125|        204|     525|   99| 140|    56|
  %    | 3.0| 19.1| 14.8| 13.2|     15.9|    35.8| 9.1| 14.4| 4.4|
  8    | 12M| 128M| 96M| 33M|        43M|     30M| 19M| 22M| 54M|
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    | 22M| 14M|     7M| 12M|      10M|      3M|      |  1M| 25M|
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989     1332     1500 1104    994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 429| 268| 131| 114|         337|     230|     424|     424|     124|
  %    | 37.3| 25.4| 14.0| 11.4|    34.8|    15.1|    36.2|    36.8|    11.4|
  2    | 407| 342| 385| 260|         284|     354|     522|     459|     312|
  %    | 35.4| 32.4| 41.0| 25.9|    29.3|    23.2|    44.5|    39.8|    28.7|
  3    | 256| 207| 233| 369|         133|     465|     170|     200|     274|
  %    | 22.3| 19.6| 24.8| 36.8|    13.7|    30.5|    14.5|    17.3|    25.2|
  4    |   58| 238| 190| 261|        214|     474|      56|      70|     378|
  %    | 5.0| 22.6| 20.2| 26.0|     22.1|    31.1|     4.8|     6.1|    34.7|
  8    | 75M| 30M| 65M| 166M|        42M|    168M|      9M|     21M|    112M|
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    | 13M| 15M|        | 13M|      2M|         |    17M|      8M|         |
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |      |     |     |     |        |        |        |        |        |
       |      |     |     |     |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183        1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   10

V8     Attend public protest meetings                                           (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    188|     189|      74|     712|     212|     668|     199|       |
  %   |   18.5|    42.1|     6.6|    30.1|    15.3|    53.2|    20.6|       |
  2   |    294|     104|     182|     638|     402|     400|     378|       |
  %   |   28.9|    23.2|    16.1|    27.0|    29.0|    31.8|    39.2|       |
  3   |    220|     116|     553|     377|     428|     129|     300|       |
  %   |   21.7|    25.8|    49.0|    15.9|    30.9|    10.3|    31.1|       |
  4   |    314|      40|     320|     639|     343|      59|      88|       |
  %   |   30.9|     8.9|    28.3|    27.0|    24.8|     4.7|     9.1|       |
  8   |    26M|     51M|    110M|    126M|    115M|     17M|     32M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     1M|         |    10M|      2M|      5M|     39M|      3M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   11


V9      Go to protest demonstrations

Location:      19      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.3 Would you or would you not do any of the following to
protest against a government action you strongly oppose?
(Please tick one box on each line)
Q.3b Go on a protest march or demonstration

      1.   Definitely would
      2.   Probably would
      3.   Probably would not
      4.   Definitely would not

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    424|     448|     218|      98|     277|     268|     497|     240|     286|
  %    |   20.6|    20.1|    21.5|    10.7|    21.9|    18.3|    45.8|    24.9|    23.4|
  2    |    618|     685|     399|     212|     310|     351|     300|     275|     424|
  %    |   30.1|    30.8|    39.3|    23.2|    24.5|    23.9|    27.6|    28.5|    34.7|
  3    |    700|     595|     244|     292|     372|     243|     136|     253|     357|
  %    |   34.1|    26.7|    24.0|    32.0|    29.4|    16.6|    12.5|    26.2|    29.2|
  4    |    312|     498|     154|     311|     305|     606|     153|     197|     155|
  %    |   15.2|    22.4|    15.2|    34.1|    24.1|    41.3|    14.1|    20.4|    12.7|
  8    |    13M|    113M|     88M|     25M|     40M|     29M|     18M|     26M|     73M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    84M|     22M|      6M|     51M|     28M|      3M|         |     3M|     49M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    349|     145|     103|     116|     312|     202|     204|     306|      89|
  %    |   30.6|    13.8|    11.0|    11.4|    32.4|    13.5|    18.2|    26.8|     8.1|
  2    |    361|     248|     401|     273|     286|     304|     295|     369|     279|
  %    |   31.7|    23.6|    42.8|    26.9|    29.7|    20.3|    26.4|    32.3|    25.5|
  3    |    328|     311|     251|     367|     149|     481|     396|     324|     290|
  %    |   28.8|    29.6|    26.8|    36.1|    15.5|    32.1|    35.4|    28.4|    26.5|
  4    |    101|     346|     182|     260|     217|     513|     223|     143|     436|
  %    |    8.9|    33.0|    19.4|    25.6|    22.5|    34.2|    19.9|    12.5|    39.9|
  8    |    69M|     30M|     66M|    151M|     46M|    191M|     16M|     16M|    106M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    30M|     20M|      1M|     16M|      2M|         |    64M|     24M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   12

V9     Go to protest demonstrations                                             (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    193|     106|      53|     708|     182|     658|     216|       |
  %   |   19.0|    23.7|     4.7|    29.9|    13.2|    52.3|    22.2|       |
  2   |    291|     156|     154|     663|     340|     340|     400|       |
  %   |   28.7|    34.9|    13.6|    28.0|    24.6|    27.0|    41.2|       |
  3   |    214|     136|     556|     396|     488|     147|     277|       |
  %   |   21.1|    30.4|    48.9|    16.7|    35.4|    11.7|    28.5|       |
  4   |    316|      49|     373|     602|     370|     112|      79|       |
  %   |   31.2|    11.0|    32.8|    25.4|    26.8|     8.9|     8.1|       |
  8   |    22M|     53M|    103M|    123M|    121M|     19M|     27M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     7M|         |    10M|      2M|      4M|     36M|      1M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III    Page   13


V10     Past 5 years: public protest meetings

Location:     20    MD1: 0
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.4 And in the past five years how many times have you done
each of the following to protest against a government action
you strongly oppose?
(Please tick one box on each line)
Q.4a Attended a public meeting organised to protest against
the government

      1. Never
      2. Once
      3. More than once

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1455| 2021| 934| 866| 1127| 1382| 864| 861| 1041|
  %    |   68.1| 86.4| 85.0| 88.5| 86.4| 92.3| 78.3| 91.5| 78.7|
  2    |    430| 204| 111|     90| 118|    84|   92|   80| 193|
  %    |   20.1| 8.7| 10.1| 9.2| 9.0| 5.6| 8.3| 8.5| 14.6|
  3    |    250| 115|    54|   23|   59|   31| 148|       |  89|
  %    |   11.7| 4.9| 4.9| 2.3| 4.5| 2.1| 13.4|           | 6.7|
  8    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     | 51M|      |
       |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    16M| 21M| 10M| 10M| 28M|       3M|      |  2M| 21M|
       |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 993| 972| 880| 1103| 698| 1333| 879| 866| 1103|
  %    | 81.5| 90.3| 87.6| 94.2| 69.0| 79.0| 75.2| 74.7| 91.9|
  2    | 155|    71|   94|   45| 160| 260| 199| 192|       64|
  %    | 12.7| 6.6| 9.4| 3.8| 15.8| 15.4| 17.0| 16.6| 5.3|
  3    |   71|   34|   30|   23| 153|    94|   91| 102|    33|
  %    | 5.8| 3.2| 3.0| 2.0| 15.1| 5.6| 7.8| 8.8| 2.8|
  8    |      |     |     |     |     |  4M|      |  1M|      |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 19M| 23M|        | 12M|   1M|      | 29M| 21M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV         F    CY     CH
  1    | 853| 425| 1188| 2007| 1338|        953| 756|        |
  %    | 81.9| 85.2| 95.7| 81.9| 89.6|     76.6| 77.4|       |
  2    |   94|   56|   29| 182| 116|        130| 176|        |
  %    | 9.0| 11.2| 2.3| 7.4| 7.8|         10.5| 18.0|       |
  3    |   95|   18|   25| 262|    39|      161|   45|       |
  %    | 9.1| 3.6| 2.0| 10.7| 2.6|         12.9| 4.6|        |
  8    |      |    |      | 41M|      |         | 20M|       |
       |      |    |      |     |     |         |     |      |
  9    |   1M|   1M|   7M|   2M| 12M|       68M|   3M|       |
       |      |    |      |     |     |         |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |     |     |         |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |         |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505         1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96    - Role of Government III      Page   14


V11     Past 5 years: protest demonstrations

Location:   21    MD1: 0
Width:       1    MD2: 8

Q.4 And in the past five years how many times have you done
each of the following to protest against a government action
you strongly oppose?
(Please tick one box on each line)
Q.4b Gone on a protest march or demonstration

      1. Never
      2. Once
      3. More than once

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 1726| 1926| 913| 894| 1177| 1397| 842| 859| 1052|
  %    | 82.5| 82.3| 83.0| 94.6| 90.9| 93.3| 76.3| 91.1| 81.6|
  2    | 264| 256| 125|      31|   87|   76| 116|    84| 162|
  %    | 12.6| 10.9| 11.4| 3.3| 6.7| 5.1| 10.5| 8.9| 12.6|
  3    | 103| 158|     62|   20|   31|   24| 145|       |  76|
  %    | 4.9| 6.8| 5.6| 2.1| 2.4| 1.6| 13.1|            | 5.9|
  8    |      |     |     |     |  1M|      |     | 47M|      |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 58M| 21M|     9M| 44M| 36M|     3M|   1M|   4M| 54M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL       BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 977| 1007| 877| 1097|       763| 1505| 964| 891| 1111|
  %    | 80.6| 94.2| 87.4| 94.3|    75.7| 89.3| 84.9| 77.0| 92.6|
  2    | 168|    48|   96|   40|     122| 118| 121| 191|      58|
  %    | 13.9| 4.5| 9.6| 3.4|       12.1| 7.0| 10.7| 16.5| 4.8|
  3    |   67|   14|   30|   26|     123|   63|   51|   75|   31|
  %    | 5.5| 1.3| 3.0| 2.2|        12.2| 3.7| 4.5| 6.5| 2.6|
  8    |      |     |     |     |        |  5M|      |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |        |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 26M| 31M|     1M| 20M|       4M|      | 62M| 25M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |        |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |        |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183        1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV        F    CY     CH
  1    | 821| 357| 1208| 1853| 1398|       738| 648|        |
  %    | 79.0| 71.7| 97.0| 75.6| 93.8|    58.3| 66.3|       |
  2    | 112| 105|     21| 268|    70|     243| 238|        |
  %    | 10.8| 21.1| 1.7| 10.9| 4.7|      19.2| 24.3|       |
  3    | 106|    36|   16| 330|    22|     284|   92|       |
  %    | 10.2| 7.2| 1.3| 13.5| 1.5|       22.5| 9.4|        |
  8    |      |    |      | 42M|      |        | 17M|       |
       |      |    |      |     |     |        |     |      |
  9    |   4M|   2M|   4M|   1M| 15M|      47M|   5M|       |
       |      |    |      |     |     |        |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |     |     |        |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |        |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505        1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   15


V12     Revolutionaries: hold public meetings

Location:      22      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.5 There are some people whose views are considered
extreme by the majority.
First, consider people who want to overthrow the government
by revolution.
Do you think such people should be allowed to ...
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.5a    Hold public meetings to express their views

      1.   Definitely allowed
      2.   Probably allowed
      3.   Probably not allowed
      4.   Definitely not allowed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    401|     480|     195|     186|     358|     174|     396|     159|     314|
  %    |   19.2|    22.3|    20.3|    20.3|    28.9|    12.2|    37.2|    16.6|    25.8|
  2    |    950|     756|     369|     276|     367|     339|     256|     295|     338|
  %    |   45.5|    35.1|    38.4|    30.1|    29.6|    23.7|    24.0|    30.9|    27.7|
  3    |    379|     393|     220|     161|     188|     364|     148|     184|     223|
  %    |   18.2|    18.2|    22.9|    17.5|    15.2|    25.5|    13.9|    19.3|    18.3|
  4    |    357|     527|     178|     295|     326|     553|     265|     317|     344|
  %    |   17.1|    24.4|    18.5|    32.1|    26.3|    38.7|    24.9|    33.2|    28.2|
  8    |    14M|    191M|    140M|     55M|     61M|     62M|     39M|     37M|     98M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    50M|     14M|      7M|     16M|     32M|      8M|         |     2M|     27M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    325|     235|      85|      71|     131|     146|     335|     354|     259|
  %    |   28.9|    22.9|     9.5|     7.4|    14.9|    10.3|    29.5|    31.2|    23.4|
  2    |    292|     356|     304|     274|     266|     329|     364|     351|     547|
  %    |   26.0|    34.7|    34.0|    28.6|    30.3|    23.2|    32.0|    31.0|    49.4|
  3    |    185|     220|     299|     341|     159|     454|     173|     191|     162|
  %    |   16.5|    21.4|    33.4|    35.6|    18.1|    32.1|    15.2|    16.9|    14.6|
  4    |    321|     216|     206|     273|     322|     487|     264|     237|     140|
  %    |   28.6|    21.0|    23.0|    28.5|    36.7|    34.4|    23.2|    20.9|    12.6|
  8    |    97M|     58M|    110M|    215M|    128M|    275M|     33M|     34M|     92M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    18M|     15M|         |     9M|      6M|         |    29M|     15M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900             I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   16

V12    Revolutionaries: hold public meetings                              (continued)


          IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    297| 239| 208|       442|      54|     361|      28|       |
  %   |   29.5| 49.7| 19.8|    20.0|     4.0|    29.7|     2.9|       |
  2   |    271| 156| 416|       508|     142|     382|     122|       |
  %   |   26.9| 32.4| 39.5|    23.0|    10.5|    31.5|    12.7|       |
  3   |    125|   45| 240|      379|     461|     211|     305|       |
  %   |   12.4| 9.4| 22.8|     17.2|    34.2|    17.4|    31.8|       |
  4   |    313|   41| 188|      877|     689|     260|     503|       |
  %   |   31.1| 8.5| 17.9|     39.8|    51.2|    21.4|    52.5|       |
  8   |    35M| 18M| 180M|     286M|    155M|     50M|     36M|       |
      |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     2M|   1M| 17M|       2M|      4M|     48M|      6M|       |
      |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043   500 1249      2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   17


V13     Revolutionaries: publish books

Location:      23      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.5b Revolutionaries should be allowed to:
Publish books expressing their views

<See Q.5 for complete question text.>

      1.   Definitely allowed
      2.   Probably allowed
      3.   Probably not allowed
      4.   Definitely not allowed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    418|     497|     175|     212|     407|     185|     521|     168|     437|
  %    |   20.4|    23.3|    18.3|    23.5|    33.3|    13.0|    49.2|    17.7|    36.5|
  2    |   1100|     867|     404|     363|     443|     420|     351|     360|     480|
  %    |   53.6|    40.6|    42.3|    40.2|    36.2|    29.5|    33.1|    38.0|    40.1|
  3    |    322|     364|     194|     158|     156|     341|      74|     169|     152|
  %    |   15.7|    17.0|    20.3|    17.5|    12.7|    23.9|     7.0|    17.8|    12.7|
  4    |    212|     409|     181|     170|     218|     480|     114|     250|     128|
  %    |   10.3|    19.1|    19.0|    18.8|    17.8|    33.7|    10.8|    26.4|    10.7|
  8    |    12M|    208M|    146M|     50M|     67M|     64M|     44M|     45M|     97M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    87M|     16M|      9M|     36M|     41M|     10M|         |     2M|     50M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    411|     235|     146|      86|     181|     195|     366|     375|     217|
  %    |   37.7|    22.9|    16.3|     9.1|    21.1|    14.1|    33.3|    33.9|    19.8|
  2    |    411|     387|     482|     385|     322|     436|     443|     391|     547|
  %    |   37.7|    37.6|    53.7|    40.9|    37.6|    31.5|    40.3|    35.4|    50.0|
  3    |    110|     224|     162|     279|     142|     346|     147|     172|     203|
  %    |   10.1|    21.8|    18.1|    29.6|    16.6|    25.0|    13.4|    15.6|    18.5|
  4    |    159|     182|     107|     192|     212|     408|     142|     167|     128|
  %    |   14.6|    17.7|    11.9|    20.4|    24.7|    29.5|    12.9|    15.1|    11.7|
  8    |   108M|     54M|    106M|    224M|    149M|    306M|     35M|     51M|    105M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    39M|     18M|      1M|     17M|      6M|         |    65M|     26M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   18

V13    Revolutionaries: publish books                                           (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    347|     183|     278|     551|     128|     468|      44|       |
  %   |   34.5|    38.0|    26.8|    25.0|     9.4|    38.7|     4.6|       |
  2   |    277|     202|     491|     642|     483|     433|     183|       |
  %   |   27.5|    41.9|    47.3|    29.2|    35.6|    35.8|    19.1|       |
  3   |    120|      53|     179|     313|     332|     144|     266|       |
  %   |   11.9|    11.0|    17.2|    14.2|    24.4|    11.9|    27.8|       |
  4   |    262|      44|      91|     694|     415|     163|     464|       |
  %   |   26.0|     9.1|     8.8|    31.5|    30.6|    13.5|    48.5|       |
  8   |    32M|     18M|    189M|    290M|    141M|     43M|     37M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     5M|         |    21M|      4M|      6M|     61M|      6M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96    - Role of Government III                  Page   19


V14     Worse type judice mistake

Location:      24      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.6 All systems of justice make mistakes, but which do you
think is worse?
H: ... but which do you think is less worse?

      1. To convict an innocent person
      2. To let a guilty person go free

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1389|    1606|     711| 556| 805| 814| 836| 722| 1161|
  %    |   74.8|    82.4|    78.9| 67.6| 72.9| 71.5| 79.5| 77.6| 92.0|
  2    |    469|     344|     190| 266| 300| 324| 215| 208| 101|
  %    |   25.2|    17.6|    21.1| 32.4| 27.1| 28.5| 20.5| 22.4| 8.0|
  8    |   237M|    387M|    201M| 155M| 198M| 327M| 53M| 64M| 39M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    56M|     24M|      7M| 12M| 29M| 35M|         |     | 43M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO            PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 888| 744| 614|             478|     541|    1086|     749|     728|     512|
  %    | 78.2| 78.2| 76.4|         66.4|    64.6|    77.6|    74.5|    77.2|    66.2|
  2    | 247| 207| 190|             242|     296|     314|     256|     215|     261|
  %    | 21.8| 21.8| 23.6|         33.6|    35.4|    22.4|    25.5|    22.8|    33.8|
  8    | 84M| 136M| 199M|          454M|    175M|    291M|    170M|    222M|    427M|
       |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    | 19M| 13M|     1M|           9M|         |        |    23M|     17M|         |
       |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
       |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004            1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


         IL-J IL-A      J             E       LV     F    CY     CH
  1    | 696| 138| 730|            1712|    1043| 964| 400|         |
  %    | 80.6| 33.9| 68.6|         75.2|    79.3| 80.9| 46.6|       |
  2    | 168| 269| 334|             566|     273| 227| 458|         |
  %    | 19.4| 66.1| 31.4|         24.8|    20.7| 19.1| 53.4|       |
  8    | 171M| 85M| 171M|          212M|    182M| 99M| 140M|        |
       |      |    |      |             |        |     |     |      |
  9    |   8M|   8M| 14M|            4M|      7M| 22M|    2M|       |
       |      |    |      |             |        |     |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |             |        |     |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |             |        |     |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249           2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   20


V15     Computer threat privacy

Location:      25      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.7 The government has a lot of different pieces of
information about people which computers can bring together
very quickly. Is this ...
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   A very serious threat to individual privacy
      2.   A fairly serious threat
      3.   Not a serious threat
      4.   Not a threat at all to individual privacy?

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 693| 412| 220| 260| 478| 338| 255| 295| 449|
  %    | 33.1| 19.5| 22.0| 28.0| 39.5| 24.6| 24.6| 31.0| 35.7|
  2    | 705| 709| 351| 337| 422| 631| 248| 375| 507|
  %    | 33.6| 33.6| 35.1| 36.3| 34.8| 45.9| 23.9| 39.3| 40.3|
  3    | 590| 750| 348| 285| 254| 258| 274| 213| 256|
  %    | 28.1| 35.6| 34.8| 30.7| 21.0| 18.8| 26.4| 22.4| 20.3|
  4    | 108| 238|     80|   46|   57| 147| 259|     70|   46|
  %    | 5.2| 11.3| 8.0| 5.0| 4.7| 10.7| 25.0| 7.3| 3.7|
  8    | 19M| 229M| 104M| 49M| 93M| 124M| 68M| 41M| 73M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 36M| 23M|     6M| 12M| 28M|     2M|      |     | 13M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    322|     213|     167|     128|     107|     279|     362|     358|     145|
  %    |   27.5|    22.0|    19.5|    15.6|    13.4|    22.3|    32.2|    31.8|    14.8|
  2    |    384|     391|     320|     264|     259|     442|     322|     447|     380|
  %    |   32.8|    40.4|    37.3|    32.2|    32.4|    35.3|    28.6|    39.7|    38.7|
  3    |    349|     231|     242|     279|     228|     368|     350|     272|     264|
  %    |   29.8|    23.9|    28.2|    34.0|    28.5|    29.4|    31.1|    24.2|    26.9|
  4    |    115|     132|     128|     149|     206|     162|      91|      49|     192|
  %    |    9.8|    13.7|    14.9|    18.2|    25.8|    12.9|     8.1|     4.4|    19.6|
  8    |    54M|    126M|    147M|    346M|    209M|    440M|     53M|     44M|    219M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    14M|      7M|         |    17M|      3M|         |    20M|     12M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III         Page   21

V15    Computer threat privacy                                                  (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1   |    291|     104|     360|     467|     168|     440|     141|       |
  %   |   29.3|    25.6|    31.6|    21.0|    13.9|    35.1|    16.9|       |
  2   |    407|     128|     589|     652|     305|     407|     324|       |
  %   |   40.9|    31.4|    51.6|    29.3|    25.2|    32.5|    38.9|       |
  3   |    192|      82|     165|     686|     394|     264|     271|       |
  %   |   19.3|    20.1|    14.5|    30.8|    32.5|    21.1|    32.6|       |
  4   |    104|      93|      27|     421|     344|     143|      96|       |
  %   |   10.5|    22.9|     2.4|    18.9|    28.4|    11.4|    11.5|       |
  8   |    40M|     91M|    104M|    265M|    288M|     35M|    168M|       |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9   |     9M|      2M|      4M|      3M|      6M|     23M|         |      |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |2518M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   22


V16     Government: redistribute wealth

Location:      26      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.8    What is your opinion of the following statement:

It is the responsibility of the government to reduce the
differences in income between people with high incomes
and those with low incomes.
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   Agree strongly
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Disagree strongly

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    363|     334|     388|     206|     153|     540|     377|     253|     278|
  %    |   17.3|    15.4|    36.9|    21.8|    12.1|    36.9|    35.4|    25.9|    21.4|
  2    |    529|     738|     408|     304|     259|     438|     312|     387|     460|
  %    |   25.2|    34.0|    38.8|    32.2|    20.5|    29.9|    29.3|    39.6|    35.3|
  3    |    441|     476|     131|     197|     309|     269|     152|     143|     243|
  %    |   21.0|    21.9|    12.5|    20.8|    24.4|    18.4|    14.3|    14.6|    18.7|
  4    |    530|     385|      98|     175|     303|     155|     138|     157|     234|
  %    |   25.3|    17.7|     9.3|    18.5|    24.0|    10.6|    13.0|    16.1|    18.0|
  5    |    236|     239|      27|      63|     240|      63|      86|      37|      87|
  %    |   11.2|    11.0|     2.6|     6.7|    19.0|     4.3|     8.1|     3.8|     6.7|
  8    |    16M|    178M|     52M|     35M|     42M|     34M|     39M|     17M|     32M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    36M|     11M|      5M|      9M|     26M|      1M|         |        |    10M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ                     CDN       RP
  1    |    382|     305| 507| 449| 339| 673| 172|                         201|     104|
  %    |   32.3|    28.5| 51.7| 41.4| 34.8| 43.3| 15.1|                   17.7|     9.2|
  2    |    323|     341| 273| 398| 322| 477| 261|                         286|     339|
  %    |   27.3|    31.8| 27.9| 36.7| 33.1| 30.7| 22.9|                   25.2|    30.1|
  3    |    233|     188|   96| 126| 135| 220| 212|                        168|     271|
  %    |   19.7|    17.6| 9.8| 11.6| 13.9| 14.1| 18.6|                    14.8|    24.0|
  4    |    155|     174|   68|   80| 131| 130| 333|                       261|     330|
  %    |   13.1|    16.2| 6.9| 7.4| 13.5| 8.4| 29.2|                      23.0|    29.3|
  5    |     89|      63|   36|   31|   46|   55| 161|                     220|      84|
  %    |    7.5|     5.9| 3.7| 2.9| 4.7| 3.5| 14.1|                       19.4|     7.4|
  8    |    44M|     24M| 24M| 82M| 38M| 136M| 27M|                        31M|     72M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |                       |        |
  9    |    12M|      5M|      | 17M|   1M|      | 32M|                    15M|         |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |                       |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198                         1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   23

V16    Government: redistribute wealth                                            (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    368|     162|     317|     699|     209|     547|     165|     418|
  %   |   36.3|    32.6|    27.4|    29.3|    15.3|    42.9|    18.5|    17.7|
  2   |    344|     180|     237|    1146|     494|     321|     325|     842|
  %   |   33.9|    36.2|    20.4|    48.0|    36.1|    25.2|    36.4|    35.8|
  3   |    178|     112|     285|     247|     221|     161|     311|     345|
  %   |   17.5|    22.5|    24.6|    10.3|    16.1|    12.6|    34.8|    14.6|
  4   |     97|      28|     113|     254|     346|     140|      68|     544|
  %   |    9.6|     5.6|     9.7|    10.6|    25.3|    11.0|     7.6|    23.1|
  5   |     28|      15|     207|      41|     100|     107|      25|     206|
  %   |    2.8|     3.0|    17.9|     1.7|     7.3|     8.4|     2.8|     8.7|
  8   |        |        |    83M|    105M|    132M|     16M|    102M|    108M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |    28M|      3M|      7M|      2M|      3M|     20M|      4M|     55M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   24


V17     Government: control wages by law

Location:      27      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9 Here are some things the government might do for the
economy. Please show which actions you are in favour of and
which you are against. Please tick one box in each line.

Q.9a Government action for economy:
Control of wages by law

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    182|     188|     411|     105|     109|     230|     248|   94|   94|
  %    |    8.9|     8.0|    37.3|    11.0|     8.5|    16.3|    22.5| 9.5| 7.3|
  2    |    729|     449|     344|     260|     252|     486|     467| 296| 434|
  %    |   35.5|    19.2|    31.2|    27.3|    19.7|    34.4|    42.3| 29.8| 33.5|
  3    |    370|     551|     184|     195|     275|     271|     146| 164| 311|
  %    |   18.0|    23.6|    16.7|    20.5|    21.5|    19.2|    13.2| 16.5| 24.0|
  4    |    591|     505|      91|     307|     427|     317|     195| 384| 353|
  %    |   28.8|    21.6|     8.3|    32.2|    33.4|    22.4|    17.7| 38.7| 27.2|
  5    |    179|     644|      71|      86|     216|     109|      47|   55| 104|
  %    |    8.7|    27.6|     6.4|     9.0|    16.9|     7.7|     4.3| 5.5| 8.0|
  8    |     8M|         |        |     1M|      4M|     84M|      1M|      |     |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9    |    92M|     24M|      8M|     35M|     49M|      3M|         |  1M| 48M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    109|     117|     356|     245|     338|     889|      59|     100|      95|
  %    |    9.2|    11.3|    35.6|    24.8|    33.6|    52.6|     5.4|     8.7|     7.9|
  2    |    227|     372|     407|     354|     354|     421|     219|     323|     404|
  %    |   19.1|    35.8|    40.7|    35.9|    35.2|    24.9|    20.0|    28.1|    33.7|
  3    |    270|     205|     112|     194|     132|     224|     208|     219|     209|
  %    |   22.7|    19.7|    11.2|    19.7|    13.1|    13.3|    19.0|    19.0|    17.4|
  4    |    358|     276|      73|     114|     161|     119|     415|     351|     459|
  %    |   30.2|    26.6|     7.3|    11.6|    16.0|     7.0|    37.8|    30.5|    38.3|
  5    |    223|      68|      51|      80|      21|      36|     196|     157|      32|
  %    |   18.8|     6.6|     5.1|     8.1|     2.1|     2.1|    17.9|    13.7|     2.7|
  8    |        |    56M|         |   165M|         |     2M|     33M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    51M|      6M|      5M|     31M|      6M|         |    68M|     32M|      1M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   25

V17    Government: control wages by law                                           (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    331|     282|      88|     452|     296|     242|     163|     239|
  %   |   32.0|    56.6|     7.8|    19.7|    21.5|    19.3|    16.8|    10.1|
  2   |    376|     154|     121|    1089|     606|     385|     496|     675|
  %   |   36.4|    30.9|    10.7|    47.4|    43.9|    30.8|    51.0|    28.6|
  3   |    151|      51|     283|     340|     157|     209|     186|     381|
  %   |   14.6|    10.2|    25.1|    14.8|    11.4|    16.7|    19.1|    16.1|
  4   |    146|       5|     268|     372|     259|     230|     100|     742|
  %   |   14.1|     1.0|    23.8|    16.2|    18.8|    18.4|    10.3|    31.4|
  5   |     29|       6|     367|      45|      61|     185|      27|     325|
  %   |    2.8|     1.2|    32.6|     2.0|     4.4|    14.8|     2.8|    13.8|
  8   |        |        |        |   193M|    120M|         |    24M|     89M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |    10M|      2M|    122M|      3M|      6M|     61M|      4M|     67M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III                Page   26


V18     Government: control prices by law

Location:      28      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9b Government action for economy:
Control of prices by law

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    313|     509| 579| 139| 119| 355| 372| 220| 192|
  %    |   15.1|    21.8| 52.5| 14.5| 9.3| 24.6| 33.8| 22.2| 14.8|
  2    |    887|     668| 321| 360| 327| 564| 489| 490| 647|
  %    |   42.8|    28.6| 29.1| 37.5| 25.6| 39.1| 44.4| 49.5| 50.0|
  3    |    324|     394|   98| 204| 289| 213|      91|   91| 234|
  %    |   15.6|    16.9| 8.9| 21.3| 22.7| 14.8| 8.3| 9.2| 18.1|
  4    |    459|     384|   62| 207| 376| 236| 126| 172| 180|
  %    |   22.2|    16.4| 5.6| 21.6| 29.5| 16.4| 11.4| 17.4| 13.9|
  5    |     88|     380|   42|   49| 164|    73|   24|   16|   42|
  %    |    4.2|    16.3| 3.8| 5.1| 12.9| 5.1| 2.2| 1.6| 3.2|
  8    |     9M|         |     |  2M|   5M| 54M|    2M|      |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    71M|     26M|   7M| 28M| 52M|     5M|      |  5M| 49M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO     PL   BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    261|     262| 433| 372| 508|       1019|      98|     129|     163|
  %    |   21.8|    24.5| 43.4| 35.6| 50.4|    60.5|     8.9|    11.1|    13.6|
  2    |    432|     508| 378| 417| 333|        496|     321|     378|     672|
  %    |   36.2|    47.5| 37.9| 39.9| 33.0|    29.4|    29.0|    32.7|    56.0|
  3    |    204|     152|   89| 125|    68|     101|     179|     204|     149|
  %    |   17.1|    14.2| 8.9| 12.0| 6.7|       6.0|    16.2|    17.6|    12.4|
  4    |    211|     125|   70|    80|  83|      54|     353|     323|     200|
  %    |   17.7|    11.7| 7.0| 7.7| 8.2|        3.2|    31.9|    27.9|    16.7|
  5    |     87|      22|   28|    50|  16|      15|     154|     123|      15|
  %    |    7.3|     2.1| 2.8| 4.8| 1.6|         .9|    13.9|    10.6|     1.3|
  8    |        |    25M|      | 111M|     |     6M|     31M|         |        |
       |        |        |     |      |    |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    43M|      6M|   6M| 28M|    4M|         |    62M|     25M|      1M|
       |        |        |     |      |    |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012        1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   27

V18    Government: control prices by law                                          (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    475|     216|     525|     774|     330|     545|     240|     526|
  %   |   45.7|    43.4|    44.1|    32.5|    23.2|    43.0|    24.5|    21.8|
  2   |    398|     218|     381|    1283|     682|     382|     576|    1134|
  %   |   38.3|    43.8|    32.0|    54.0|    47.9|    30.2|    58.7|    46.9|
  3   |     82|      51|     141|     160|     141|     109|     126|     261|
  %   |    7.9|    10.2|    11.8|     6.7|     9.9|     8.6|    12.8|    10.8|
  4   |     74|      10|      74|     142|     208|     146|      29|     377|
  %   |    7.1|     2.0|     6.2|     6.0|    14.6|    11.5|     3.0|    15.6|
  5   |     11|       3|      69|      19|      63|      84|      10|     119|
  %   |    1.1|      .6|     5.8|      .8|     4.4|     6.6|     1.0|     4.9|
  8   |        |        |        |   111M|     75M|         |    14M|     45M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     3M|      2M|     59M|      5M|      6M|     46M|      5M|     56M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III            Page   28


V19     Cuts in government spending

Location:      29      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9c Government action for economy:
Cuts in government spending.

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    534|    1315|     617|     123|     535| 662| 362| 296| 309|
  %    |   25.7|    56.2|    56.3|    13.0|    41.4| 46.3| 32.8| 30.0| 23.9|
  2    |    876|     679|     282|     301|     543| 629| 408| 438| 546|
  %    |   42.2|    29.0|    25.8|    31.7|    42.0| 44.0| 37.0| 44.3| 42.3|
  3    |    316|     246|     138|     271|     139|   97| 184| 124| 239|
  %    |   15.2|    10.5|    12.6|    28.6|    10.8| 6.8| 16.7| 12.6| 18.5|
  4    |    300|      68|      41|     204|      53|   33| 119| 115| 173|
  %    |   14.5|     2.9|     3.7|    21.5|     4.1| 2.3| 10.8| 11.6| 13.4|
  5    |     49|      31|      17|      50|      23|    8|   29|   15|   25|
  %    |    2.4|     1.3|     1.6|     5.3|     1.8|   .6| 2.6| 1.5| 1.9|
  8    |    14M|         |        |     2M|      2M| 64M|    2M|      |     |
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    62M|     22M|     14M|     38M|     37M|   7M|      |  6M| 52M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332 1500 1104     994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO     PL   BG   RUS             NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    259|     156| 509| 298| 202| 685|               417|     484|     216|
  %    |   21.8|    16.1| 51.3| 31.7| 20.1| 40.7|          37.7|    41.8|    18.0|
  2    |    436|     371| 331| 352| 302| 493|               368|     447|     692|
  %    |   36.6|    38.4| 33.3| 37.4| 30.1| 29.3|          33.3|    38.6|    57.7|
  3    |    252|     285|   97| 191| 268| 330|              163|     132|     162|
  %    |   21.2|    29.5| 9.8| 20.3| 26.7| 19.6|           14.7|    11.4|    13.5|
  4    |    187|     130|   39|    66| 188| 125|            118|      79|     115|
  %    |   15.7|    13.5| 3.9| 7.0| 18.7| 7.4|             10.7|     6.8|     9.6|
  5    |     56|      24|   17|    33|  44|   50|            40|      17|      14|
  %    |    4.7|     2.5| 1.7| 3.5| 4.4| 3.0|               3.6|     1.5|     1.2|
  8    |        |   120M|      | 211M|     |  8M|           29M|         |        |
       |        |        |     |      |    |     |              |        |        |
  9    |    48M|     14M| 11M| 32M|     8M|      |          63M|     23M|      1M|
       |        |        |     |      |    |     |              |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012 1691               1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   29

V19    Cuts in government spending                                        (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1   |    603|     242|     586|     772| 803| 937|     75| 765|
  %   |   58.0|    49.3|    51.1|    34.4| 56.9| 73.9| 7.8| 32.7|
  2   |    327|     144|     308|    1136| 499| 215| 360| 1071|
  %   |   31.4|    29.3|    26.9|    50.7| 35.3| 17.0| 37.5| 45.7|
  3   |     82|      85|     180|     188|   75|   68| 279| 301|
  %   |    7.9|    17.3|    15.7|     8.4| 5.3| 5.4| 29.0| 12.9|
  4   |     21|      15|      44|     122|   30|   31| 191| 167|
  %   |    2.0|     3.1|     3.8|     5.4| 2.1| 2.4| 19.9| 7.1|
  5   |      7|       5|      28|      24|    5|   17|   56|   37|
  %   |     .7|     1.0|     2.4|     1.1|   .4| 1.3| 5.8| 1.6|
  8   |        |        |        |   237M| 83M|       | 29M| 107M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9   |     3M|      9M|    103M|     15M| 10M| 44M| 10M| 70M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III             Page   30


V20     Government financing create new jobs

Location:      30      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9d Government action for economy:
Government financing of projects to create new jobs.

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 538| 899| 591| 307| 351| 762| 582| 424| 393|
  %    | 25.8| 38.5| 53.8| 31.9| 27.1| 51.9| 52.8| 42.8| 29.9|
  2    | 1221| 945| 359| 513| 603| 604| 415| 483| 732|
  %    | 58.5| 40.5| 32.7| 53.4| 46.6| 41.1| 37.6| 48.7| 55.8|
  3    | 173| 344| 108| 114| 195|        87|   58|   49| 133|
  %    | 8.3| 14.7| 9.8| 11.9| 15.1| 5.9| 5.3| 4.9| 10.1|
  4    | 139| 100|     29|   23| 112|    13|   41|   29|   46|
  %    | 6.7| 4.3| 2.6| 2.4| 8.7|        .9| 3.7| 2.9| 3.5|
  5    |   17|   47|   12|    4|   32|    3|    7|    6|    9|
  %    |   .8| 2.0| 1.1|     .4| 2.5|    .2|   .6|   .6|   .7|
  8    |   4M|      |     |  2M|   2M| 28M|    1M|      |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 59M| 26M| 10M| 26M| 37M|        3M|      |  3M| 31M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG      RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |    240|     237| 510| 556| 475|        847|     121|     302| 229|
  %    |   20.1|    22.8| 51.3| 52.3| 47.3|    50.2|    11.4|    26.2| 19.1|
  2    |    586|     533| 358| 429| 456|        590|     457|     511| 801|
  %    |   49.2|    51.3| 36.0| 40.4| 45.4|    35.0|    43.0|    44.4| 66.8|
  3    |    234|     154|   91|   61|   52|     179|     314|     169| 119|
  %    |   19.6|    14.8| 9.2| 5.7| 5.2|       10.6|    29.5|    14.7| 9.9|
  4    |    107|      94|   28|   12|   15|      44|     139|     134|   45|
  %    |    9.0|     9.0| 2.8| 1.1| 1.5|        2.6|    13.1|    11.6| 3.8|
  5    |     25|      22|    7|    5|    7|      27|      33|      35|    5|
  %    |    2.1|     2.1|   .7|   .5|   .7|     1.6|     3.1|     3.0|   .4|
  8    |        |    51M|      | 95M|      |     4M|     47M|         |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |     |
  9    |    46M|      9M| 10M| 25M|     7M|         |    87M|     31M|   1M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |     |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012        1691     1198     1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   31

V20    Government financing create new jobs                               (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1   |    594|     242|     432|    1213| 829| 603| 165| 591|
  %   |   57.2|    48.9|    38.0|    50.5| 56.9| 47.9| 17.0| 24.8|
  2   |    334|     164|     380|    1072| 565| 358| 558| 1242|
  %   |   32.2|    33.1|    33.4|    44.6| 38.8| 28.4| 57.5| 52.1|
  3   |     79|      64|     232|      97|   40| 143| 223| 323|
  %   |    7.6|    12.9|    20.4|     4.0| 2.7| 11.4| 23.0| 13.6|
  4   |     24|      20|      55|      16|   21| 105|    23| 174|
  %   |    2.3|     4.0|     4.8|      .7| 1.4| 8.3| 2.4| 7.3|
  5   |      7|       5|      39|       3|    2|   50|    2|   52|
  %   |     .7|     1.0|     3.4|      .1|   .1| 4.0|    .2| 2.2|
  8   |        |        |        |    81M| 37M|       | 19M| 74M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9   |     5M|      5M|    111M|     12M| 11M| 53M| 10M| 62M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   32


V21     Less government regulation of business

Location:      31      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9e Government action for economy:
Less government regulation of business.

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |    276|     521|     211|   80| 201| 208| 206|                    149|     126|
  %    |   13.4|    22.4|    19.3| 8.4| 15.6| 15.3| 18.7|                 15.1|     9.7|
  2    |    946|     718|     329| 317| 444| 490| 394|                     413|     471|
  %    |   45.8|    30.8|    30.1| 33.4| 34.5| 36.0| 35.8|                41.7|    36.4|
  3    |    456|     698|     326| 408| 413| 374| 285|                     246|     453|
  %    |   22.1|    30.0|    29.8| 43.0| 32.1| 27.5| 25.9|                24.8|    35.0|
  4    |    344|     260|     143| 125| 187| 245| 180|                     168|     224|
  %    |   16.7|    11.2|    13.1| 13.2| 14.5| 18.0| 16.3|                17.0|    17.3|
  5    |     44|     131|      85|   18|   41|   43|   37|                  14|      19|
  %    |    2.1|     5.6|     7.8| 1.9| 3.2| 3.2| 3.4|                     1.4|     1.5|
  8    |    13M|         |        |  2M|   3M| 132M|   2M|                     |        |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    72M|     33M|     15M| 39M| 43M|     8M|      |                 4M|     51M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    155|     115|     213|     118|     188|     293|     155|     166|      94|
  %    |   13.2|    11.4|    21.6|    13.3|    18.7|    17.4|    14.5|    14.5|     7.8|
  2    |    363|     344|     375|     293|     303|     390|     460|     415|     549|
  %    |   31.0|    34.2|    38.0|    33.0|    30.1|    23.1|    43.0|    36.3|    45.8|
  3    |    457|     313|     256|     279|     321|     537|     307|     328|     328|
  %    |   39.0|    31.1|    25.9|    31.4|    31.9|    31.9|    28.7|    28.7|    27.4|
  4    |    156|     200|     101|     152|     159|     331|     131|     190|     212|
  %    |   13.3|    19.9|    10.2|    17.1|    15.8|    19.6|    12.2|    16.6|    17.7|
  5    |     40|      34|      43|      47|      34|     135|      18|      43|      16|
  %    |    3.4|     3.4|     4.4|     5.3|     3.4|     8.0|     1.7|     3.8|     1.3|
  8    |        |    84M|         |   270M|         |     5M|     61M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    67M|     10M|     16M|     24M|      7M|         |    66M|     40M|      1M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   33

V21    Less government regulation of business                                     (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    303|     190|     247|     251|     189|     427|      25|     344|
  %   |   29.4|    38.4|    22.4|    12.3|    15.3|    33.8|     2.6|    15.4|
  2   |    312|     158|     317|     619|     384|     392|     161|     852|
  %   |   30.3|    31.9|    28.8|    30.3|    31.1|    31.0|    16.9|    38.1|
  3   |    194|      88|     343|     519|     283|     269|     288|     581|
  %   |   18.8|    17.8|    31.2|    25.4|    22.9|    21.3|    30.3|    26.0|
  4   |    189|      36|     114|     554|     318|     126|     340|     394|
  %   |   18.3|     7.3|    10.4|    27.1|    25.8|    10.0|    35.8|    17.6|
  5   |     32|      23|      80|      99|      60|      49|     136|      63|
  %   |    3.1|     4.6|     7.3|     4.8|     4.9|     3.9|    14.3|     2.8|
  8   |        |        |        |   443M|    258M|         |    45M|    211M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |    13M|      5M|    148M|      9M|     13M|     49M|      5M|     73M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III       Page   34


V22     Support f industry for new products

Location:      32      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9f Government action for economy:
Support for industry to develop new products and technology.

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H             I   IRL     N
  1    | 868| 1017| 492| 338| 324| 557|               310| 441| 331|
  %    | 41.6| 43.6| 44.7| 35.3| 25.2| 39.1|         28.2| 44.5| 25.2|
  2    | 1126| 863| 386| 507| 676| 693|               542| 486| 778|
  %    | 53.9| 37.0| 35.1| 52.9| 52.5| 48.6|         49.2| 49.0| 59.3|
  3    |   70| 349| 174| 100| 203| 139|               126|   46| 153|
  %    | 3.4| 15.0| 15.8| 10.4| 15.8| 9.8|           11.4| 4.6| 11.7|
  4    |   20|   76|   36|   11|   67|   29|          109|   15|   41|
  %    | 1.0| 3.3| 3.3| 1.1| 5.2| 2.0|                9.9| 1.5| 3.1|
  5    |    4|   27|   13|    2|   18|    7|           14|    3|    8|
  %    |   .2| 1.2| 1.2|     .2| 1.4|    .5|          1.3|   .3|   .6|
  8    |   2M|      |     |  2M|   3M| 72M|            3M|      |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |             |     |     |
  9    | 61M| 29M|     8M| 29M| 41M|     3M|              |  3M| 33M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |             |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500            1104   994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO     PL   BG      RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |    233|     294| 621| 369| 388|        827| 424| 334| 170|
  %    |   19.5|    28.6| 62.4| 36.0| 38.6|    49.2| 37.2| 28.9| 14.2|
  2    |    558|     557| 270| 494| 494|        581| 602| 613| 777|
  %    |   46.7|    54.2| 27.1| 48.2| 49.2|    34.5| 52.9| 53.1| 64.8|
  3    |    283|     136|   81| 125|    97|     211|   82| 148| 199|
  %    |   23.7|    13.2| 8.1| 12.2| 9.7|      12.5| 7.2| 12.8| 16.6|
  4    |     93|      34|   14|    19|  13|      31|   27|   51|   50|
  %    |    7.8|     3.3| 1.4| 1.9| 1.3|        1.8| 2.4| 4.4| 4.2|
  5    |     28|       7|    9|    17|  12|      32|    4|    8|    3|
  %    |    2.3|      .7|   .9| 1.7| 1.2|       1.9|   .4|   .7|   .3|
  8    |        |    66M|      | 135M|     |     9M| 16M|       |     |
       |        |        |     |      |    |        |     |     |     |
  9    |    43M|      6M|   9M| 24M|    8M|         | 43M| 28M|    1M|
       |        |        |     |      |    |        |     |     |     |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012        1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   35

V22    Support f industry for new products                                (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1   |    574|     224|     596|     829| 778| 544| 166| 590|
  %   |   55.3|    45.1|    50.9|    35.7| 53.6| 42.6| 17.0| 24.9|
  2   |    365|     180|     381|    1203| 605| 466| 617| 1214|
  %   |   35.2|    36.2|    32.6|    51.8| 41.7| 36.5| 63.3| 51.2|
  3   |     73|      66|     150|     191|   54| 179| 169| 311|
  %   |    7.0|    13.3|    12.8|     8.2| 3.7| 14.0| 17.3| 13.1|
  4   |     23|      19|      31|      84|   13|   61|   22| 212|
  %   |    2.2|     3.8|     2.6|     3.6|   .9| 4.8| 2.3| 8.9|
  5   |      3|       8|      12|      15|    1|   26|    1|   44|
  %   |     .3|     1.6|     1.0|      .6|   .1| 2.0|    .1| 1.9|
  8   |        |        |        |   169M| 47M|       | 20M| 88M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9   |     5M|      3M|     79M|      3M|   7M| 36M|    5M| 59M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   36


V23     Support f declining ind.to protect jobs

Location:      33      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9g Government action for economy:
Support for declining industries to protect jobs.
F: Support industries in difficulties

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    241|     831|     555|     217|     178|     343|     359|     299|     190|
  %    |   11.6|    35.6|    50.3|    22.6|    13.8|    24.2|    32.5|    30.2|    14.5|
  2    |    692|     690|     298|     385|     457|     530|     477|     416|     570|
  %    |   33.2|    29.5|    27.0|    40.1|    35.4|    37.4|    43.2|    42.0|    43.5|
  3    |    518|     393|     139|     227|     326|     279|     133|     120|     310|
  %    |   24.8|    16.8|    12.6|    23.6|    25.3|    19.7|    12.1|    12.1|    23.7|
  4    |    561|     274|      75|     118|     263|     194|     107|     144|     211|
  %    |   26.9|    11.7|     6.8|    12.3|    20.4|    13.7|     9.7|    14.5|    16.1|
  5    |     73|     149|      36|      13|      66|      70|      27|      12|      29|
  %    |    3.5|     6.4|     3.3|     1.4|     5.1|     4.9|     2.4|     1.2|     2.2|
  8    |     7M|         |        |     2M|      4M|     81M|      1M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    59M|     24M|      6M|     27M|     38M|      3M|         |     3M|     34M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    155|      97|     444|     305|     188|     357|     164|     117|     126|
  %    |   13.0|     9.4|    44.5|    29.8|    18.7|    21.2|    14.7|    10.2|    10.5|
  2    |    461|     302|     255|     371|     261|     423|     344|     293|     771|
  %    |   38.5|    29.4|    25.6|    36.2|    25.9|    25.1|    30.8|    25.5|    64.3|
  3    |    311|     222|     116|     171|     153|     410|     220|     297|     208|
  %    |   26.0|    21.6|    11.6|    16.7|    15.2|    24.3|    19.7|    25.8|    17.3|
  4    |    207|     341|     112|     118|     281|     369|     315|     346|      86|
  %    |   17.3|    33.2|    11.2|    11.5|    27.9|    21.9|    28.2|    30.1|     7.2|
  5    |     62|      65|      71|      60|     123|     128|      74|      98|       8|
  %    |    5.2|     6.3|     7.1|     5.9|    12.2|     7.6|     6.6|     8.5|      .7|
  8    |        |    66M|         |   136M|         |     4M|     28M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    42M|      7M|      6M|     22M|      6M|         |    53M|     31M|      1M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   37

V23    Support f declining ind.to protect jobs                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    479|     226|     381|     840|     284|     438|     148|     537|
  %   |   46.2|    45.4|    32.9|    35.7|    21.0|    34.3|    15.1|    22.5|
  2   |    338|     173|     403|    1113|     344|     381|     597|     911|
  %   |   32.6|    34.7|    34.8|    47.3|    25.4|    29.8|    61.1|    38.2|
  3   |    124|      70|     259|     265|     228|     219|     187|     352|
  %   |   12.0|    14.1|    22.4|    11.3|    16.9|    17.1|    19.1|    14.8|
  4   |     81|      19|      85|     108|     365|     179|      38|     461|
  %   |    7.8|     3.8|     7.3|     4.6|    27.0|    14.0|     3.9|    19.4|
  5   |     15|      10|      29|      27|     132|      60|       7|     121|
  %   |    1.4|     2.0|     2.5|     1.1|     9.8|     4.7|      .7|     5.1|
  8   |        |        |        |   137M|    146M|         |    20M|     76M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     6M|      2M|     92M|      4M|      6M|     35M|      3M|     60M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   38


V24     Reduce working week to create more jobs

Location:      34      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.9h Government action for economy:
Reducing the working week to create more jobs.

<See Q.9 for complete question text.>

      1.   Strongly in favour of
      2.   In favour of
      3.   Neither in favour of nor against
      4.   Against
      5.   Strongly against

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    146|     443|     380|     105|      92|     178|     290|     134|     171|
  %    |    7.0|    18.9|    34.5|    10.9|     7.1|    12.5|    26.3|    13.5|    13.0|
  2    |    472|     611|     369|     272|     263|     365|     408|     393|     426|
  %    |   22.6|    26.1|    33.5|    28.3|    20.3|    25.6|    37.0|    39.7|    32.4|
  3    |    434|     591|     189|     298|     376|     305|     183|     185|     314|
  %    |   20.8|    25.3|    17.1|    31.0|    29.0|    21.4|    16.6|    18.7|    23.9|
  4    |    794|     407|     111|     232|     422|     418|     183|     243|     314|
  %    |   38.0|    17.4|    10.1|    24.2|    32.6|    29.3|    16.6|    24.5|    23.9|
  5    |    244|     288|      54|      53|     142|     161|      38|      36|      91|
  %    |   11.7|    12.3|     4.9|     5.5|    11.0|    11.3|     3.4|     3.6|     6.9|
  8    |     6M|         |        |     2M|      2M|     69M|      2M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    55M|     21M|      6M|     27M|     35M|      4M|         |     3M|     28M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    284|      53|     259|     156|     136|     197|      70|     180|      89|
  %    |   23.6|     5.2|    26.0|    16.3|    13.5|    11.7|     6.3|    15.5|     7.4|
  2    |    453|     184|     323|     248|     295|     262|     198|     357|     587|
  %    |   37.7|    18.0|    32.4|    25.9|    29.3|    15.5|    17.7|    30.7|    49.0|
  3    |    238|     279|     203|     257|     290|     504|     294|     302|     244|
  %    |   19.8|    27.2|    20.4|    26.9|    28.8|    29.9|    26.3|    26.0|    20.4|
  4    |    155|     392|     136|     199|     215|     553|     420|     243|     259|
  %    |   12.9|    38.3|    13.7|    20.8|    21.4|    32.8|    37.6|    20.9|    21.6|
  5    |     73|     116|      75|      96|      70|     172|     135|      81|      20|
  %    |    6.1|    11.3|     7.5|    10.0|     7.0|    10.2|    12.1|     7.0|     1.7|
  8    |        |    66M|         |   205M|         |     3M|     35M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    35M|     10M|      8M|     22M|      6M|         |    46M|     19M|      1M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   39

V24    Reduce working week to create more jobs                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    314|     204|     309|     367|     126|     467|     122|     482|
  %   |   30.3|    41.0|    27.2|    16.6|     9.7|    36.4|    12.9|    20.0|
  2   |    301|     153|     297|     816|     252|     272|     413|     866|
  %   |   29.1|    30.8|    26.1|    36.9|    19.4|    21.2|    43.8|    36.0|
  3   |    222|      89|     365|     420|     188|     199|     279|     376|
  %   |   21.4|    17.9|    32.1|    19.0|    14.5|    15.5|    29.6|    15.6|
  4   |    173|      37|     102|     436|     524|     153|      95|     482|
  %   |   16.7|     7.4|     9.0|    19.7|    40.4|    11.9|    10.1|    20.0|
  5   |     25|      14|      64|     173|     208|     192|      34|     198|
  %   |    2.4|     2.8|     5.6|     7.8|    16.0|    15.0|     3.6|     8.2|
  8   |        |        |        |   279M|    200M|         |    54M|     64M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     8M|      3M|    112M|      3M|      7M|     29M|      3M|     50M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                I S S P   96    - Role of Government III         Page   40


V25     Government should spend money:environmt

Location:     35      MD1: 9
Width:         1      MD2: 8

Q.10 Listed below are various areas of government spending.
Please show whether you would like to see more or less
government spending in each area. Remember that if you say
"much more", it might require a tax increase to pay for it.

Q.10a More or less government spending for:
The environment.

      1.   Spend   much more
      2.   Spend   more
      3.   Spend   the same as now
      4.   Spend   less
      5.   Spend   much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H               I   IRL     N
  1    | 260| 532| 214|      80| 151| 243|              165| 120| 119|
  %    | 12.5| 23.2| 19.7| 8.7| 12.0| 17.0|            15.5| 12.2| 9.3|
  2    | 743| 810| 404| 332| 474| 697|                  479| 392| 430|
  %    | 35.6| 35.4| 37.2| 35.9| 37.6| 48.7|           44.9| 39.9| 33.6|
  3    | 894| 801| 409| 460| 460| 426|                  322| 411| 640|
  %    | 42.9| 35.0| 37.7| 49.8| 36.5| 29.8|           30.2| 41.9| 50.0|
  4    | 154| 131|     55|   45| 137|    59|             84|   52|   73|
  %    | 7.4| 5.7| 5.1| 4.9| 10.9| 4.1|                 7.9| 5.3| 5.7|
  5    |   35|   16|    4|    7|   39|    6|             17|    7|   18|
  %    | 1.7|    .7|   .4|   .8| 3.1|    .4|            1.6|   .7| 1.4|
  8    |   5M| 56M| 20M| 24M| 29M| 64M|                 37M| 11M| 33M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |               |     |     |
  9    | 60M| 15M|     3M| 41M| 42M|     5M|                |  1M| 31M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |               |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500              1104   994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO        PL       BG      RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 192| 160| 279|         258|     178|     645|   84| 169| 107|
  %    | 16.2| 15.2| 29.5|     23.8|    19.8|    41.0| 7.6| 14.8| 9.2|
  2    | 435| 564| 428|         574|     429|     639| 327| 402| 579|
  %    | 36.7| 53.5| 45.3|     53.0|    47.7|    40.6| 29.6| 35.3| 50.0|
  3    | 509| 298| 209|         229|     243|     268| 606| 458| 312|
  %    | 43.0| 28.3| 22.1|     21.1|    27.0|    17.0| 54.8| 40.2| 27.0|
  4    |   41|   28|   23|       16|      41|      12|   74|   96| 149|
  %    | 3.5| 2.7| 2.4|         1.5|     4.6|      .8| 6.7| 8.4| 12.9|
  5    |    8|    4|    6|        7|       8|       9|   14|   14|   10|
  %    |   .7|   .4|   .6|       .6|      .9|      .6| 1.3| 1.2|     .9|
  8    | 28M| 42M| 58M|         81M|    105M|    118M| 22M| 15M| 43M|
       |      |     |     |         |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    | 25M|    4M|   1M|      18M|      8M|         | 71M| 28M|       |
       |      |     |     |         |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004        1183     1012     1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   41

V25    Government should spend money:environmt                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    224|     246|     494|     368|     173|     178|     111|     244|
  %   |   21.8|    50.2|    42.8|    16.6|    13.3|    14.3|    11.2|    10.1|
  2   |    427|     126|     321|    1092|     493|     424|     502|     633|
  %   |   41.6|    25.7|    27.8|    49.2|    37.9|    34.0|    50.6|    26.2|
  3   |    320|     101|     299|     651|     565|     513|     353|    1204|
  %   |   31.2|    20.6|    25.9|    29.3|    43.4|    41.1|    35.6|    49.8|
  4   |     42|      14|      26|     101|      50|      97|      24|     280|
  %   |    4.1|     2.9|     2.3|     4.5|     3.8|     7.8|     2.4|    11.6|
  5   |     13|       3|      13|       9|      20|      36|       2|      55|
  %   |    1.3|      .6|     1.1|      .4|     1.5|     2.9|      .2|     2.3|
  8   |    16M|      6M|     91M|    270M|    194M|     17M|      3M|     68M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     1M|      4M|      5M|      3M|     10M|     47M|      5M|     34M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96   - Role of Government III             Page   42


V26     Government should spend money:health

Location:      36      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10b More or less government spending for:
Health.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    617|     463|     320| 415| 229| 641|        317| 355| 348|
  %    |   29.3|    20.1|    29.4| 42.9| 17.9| 43.5|    29.0| 35.8| 26.5|
  2    |   1065|     777|     457| 470| 634| 734|        523| 474| 773|
  %    |   50.6|    33.7|    42.0| 48.6| 49.6| 49.8|    47.8| 47.8| 58.8|
  3    |    379|     908|     287|   78| 329|    88|     199| 152| 177|
  %    |   18.0|    39.4|    26.4| 8.1| 25.8| 6.0|      18.2| 15.3| 13.5|
  4    |     38|     150|      23|    3|   65|   10|      45|    8|   12|
  %    |    1.8|     6.5|     2.1|   .3| 5.1|    .7|     4.1|   .8|   .9|
  5    |      6|       8|       2|    1|   20|    1|       9|    3|    5|
  %    |     .3|      .3|      .2|   .1| 1.6|    .1|      .8|   .3|   .4|
  8    |     3M|     41M|     18M|   3M| 21M| 22M|       11M|   1M| 12M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  9    |    43M|     14M|      2M| 19M| 34M|     4M|         |  1M| 17M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500       1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO    PL    BG   RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    314|     357|     383| 495| 443| 1054|       393|     171|     186|
  %    |   26.1|    33.2|    39.2| 43.3| 45.2| 63.6|    33.8|    14.8|    15.6|
  2    |    608|     532|     405| 577| 490| 539|        625|     469|     810|
  %    |   50.5|    49.5|    41.5| 50.5| 49.9| 32.5|    53.8|    40.7|    68.1|
  3    |    269|     168|     170|   52|   39|   53|     130|     438|     154|
  %    |   22.3|    15.6|    17.4| 4.6| 4.0| 3.2|       11.2|    38.0|    12.9|
  4    |     10|      13|      14|   13|    7|    9|      12|      64|      39|
  %    |     .8|     1.2|     1.4| 1.1|    .7|   .5|     1.0|     5.6|     3.3|
  5    |      3|       4|       4|    5|    2|    2|       2|      10|       1|
  %    |     .2|      .4|      .4|   .4|   .2|   .1|      .2|      .9|      .1|
  8    |    15M|     24M|     28M| 31M| 27M| 34M|         4M|     11M|     10M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |
  9    |    19M|      2M|         | 10M|   4M|      |    32M|     19M|         |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004 1183 1012 1691        1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   43

V26    Government should spend money:health                               (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1   |    437|     234|     483|     571| 770| 221| 251| 199|
  %   |   42.3|    47.4|    40.8|    24.1| 53.2| 17.3| 25.2| 8.2|
  2   |    428|     193|     334|    1316| 572| 405| 535| 682|
  %   |   41.4|    39.1|    28.2|    55.5| 39.5| 31.7| 53.7| 28.1|
  3   |    143|      54|     285|     453|   96| 492| 202| 1164|
  %   |   13.8|    10.9|    24.1|    19.1| 6.6| 38.5| 20.3| 47.9|
  4   |     18|       9|      47|      28|    7| 127|     8| 334|
  %   |    1.7|     1.8|     4.0|     1.2|   .5| 9.9|    .8| 13.8|
  5   |      7|       4|      35|       2|    2|   34|      |  49|
  %   |     .7|      .8|     3.0|      .1|   .1| 2.7|       | 2.0|
  8   |     8M|      1M|     62M|    122M| 49M|    7M|   1M| 47M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9   |     2M|      5M|      3M|      2M|   9M| 26M|    3M| 43M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   44


V27     Government should spend:law enforcement

Location:      37      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10c More or less government spending for:
The police and law enforcement.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    391|     443|     336| 202| 155| 253|      60| 364| 162|
  %    |   18.7|    19.5|    31.1| 21.4| 12.1| 17.4| 5.7| 36.9| 12.5|
  2    |   1012|     857|     453| 497| 586| 694| 279| 392| 646|
  %    |   48.5|    37.7|    41.9| 52.6| 45.9| 47.6| 26.4| 39.8| 49.7|
  3    |    640|     836|     249| 228| 447| 402| 471| 205| 447|
  %    |   30.7|    36.7|    23.0| 24.1| 35.0| 27.6| 44.5| 20.8| 34.4|
  4    |     41|     114|      37|   13|   74|   98| 183|    22|   34|
  %    |    2.0|     5.0|     3.4| 1.4| 5.8| 6.7| 17.3| 2.2| 2.6|
  5    |      2|      25|       6|    5|   15|   11|   65|    3|   10|
  %    |     .1|     1.1|      .6|   .5| 1.2|    .8| 6.1|    .3|   .8|
  8    |     4M|     70M|     27M| 14M| 19M| 37M| 46M|       7M| 16M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    61M|     16M|      1M| 30M| 36M|     5M|      |  1M| 29M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    121|     114|     143|     289|     231|     207|     339|      79|      64|
  %    |   10.2|    10.9|    15.0|    25.9|    24.4|    13.3|    29.6|     6.9|     5.5|
  2    |    433|     340|     248|     531|     473|     392|     622|     306|     517|
  %    |   36.6|    32.4|    26.0|    47.6|    50.1|    25.2|    54.2|    26.9|    44.6|
  3    |    564|     461|     392|     235|     207|     651|     170|     613|     373|
  %    |   47.6|    43.9|    41.1|    21.1|    21.9|    41.9|    14.8|    53.8|    32.2|
  4    |     51|     105|     123|      53|      30|     210|      12|     123|     179|
  %    |    4.3|    10.0|    12.9|     4.7|     3.2|    13.5|     1.0|    10.8|    15.4|
  5    |     15|      30|      48|       8|       4|      95|       4|      18|      26|
  %    |    1.3|     2.9|     5.0|      .7|      .4|     6.1|      .3|     1.6|     2.2|
  8    |    26M|     45M|     50M|     55M|     59M|    136M|      8M|     17M|     41M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    28M|      5M|         |    12M|      8M|         |    43M|     26M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   45

V27    Government should spend:law enforcement                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    269|     116|     100|     400|     152|     134|     101|     117|
  %   |   26.4|    23.8|     9.3|    17.1|    11.0|    10.6|    10.2|     4.9|
  2   |    345|     127|     176|    1108|     435|     353|     411|     489|
  %   |   33.9|    26.1|    16.4|    47.5|    31.5|    28.0|    41.3|    20.5|
  3   |    325|     186|     665|     726|     621|     610|     385|    1318|
  %   |   31.9|    38.2|    62.1|    31.1|    44.9|    48.4|    38.7|    55.2|
  4   |     64|      36|      69|      90|     130|     106|      72|     380|
  %   |    6.3|     7.4|     6.4|     3.9|     9.4|     8.4|     7.2|    15.9|
  5   |     15|      22|      60|      10|      44|      58|      25|      82|
  %   |    1.5|     4.5|     5.6|      .4|     3.2|     4.6|     2.5|     3.4|
  8   |    19M|      6M|    173M|    159M|    112M|     18M|      4M|     89M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     6M|      7M|      6M|      1M|     11M|     33M|      2M|     43M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III      Page   46


V28     Government should spend money:education

Location:      38      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10d More or less government spending for:
Education.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 533| 358| 209| 300| 371| 423| 265| 222| 135|
  %    | 25.4| 15.7| 19.6| 31.2| 28.9| 28.9| 24.3| 22.4| 10.5|
  2    | 945| 808| 430| 512| 621| 776| 507| 403| 521|
  %    | 45.0| 35.5| 40.3| 53.3| 48.4| 53.0| 46.6| 40.7| 40.5|
  3    | 565| 956| 406| 140| 222| 252| 262| 343| 575|
  %    | 26.9| 42.0| 38.1| 14.6| 17.3| 17.2| 24.1| 34.7| 44.7|
  4    |   50| 129|    22|    8|   47|   14|   39|   18|   45|
  %    | 2.4| 5.7| 2.1|      .8| 3.7| 1.0| 3.6| 1.8| 3.5|
  5    |    7|   24|      |   1|   21|      |  16|    3|   10|
  %    |   .3| 1.1|       |  .1| 1.6|       | 1.5|   .3|   .8|
  8    |   2M| 69M| 33M|     8M| 17M| 31M| 15M|      4M| 24M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 49M| 17M|     9M| 20M| 33M|     4M|      |  1M| 34M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |    195|     201|     396|     364|     276| 881| 382| 261| 233|
  %    |   16.4|    18.9|    40.4|    33.0|    28.8| 53.9| 33.1| 22.9| 19.6|
  2    |    505|     519|     435|     570|     523| 598| 574| 495| 773|
  %    |   42.4|    48.8|    44.4|    51.7|    54.5| 36.6| 49.7| 43.4| 65.0|
  3    |    460|     308|     137|     152|     146| 146| 190| 336| 143|
  %    |   38.6|    28.9|    14.0|    13.8|    15.2| 8.9| 16.5| 29.4| 12.0|
  4    |     29|      30|      10|      12|      14|    6|    6|   43|   37|
  %    |    2.4|     2.8|     1.0|     1.1|     1.5|   .4|   .5| 3.8| 3.1|
  5    |      3|       6|       2|       5|       1|    4|    2|    6|    3|
  %    |     .3|      .6|      .2|      .5|      .1|   .2|   .2|   .5|   .3|
  8    |    25M|     33M|     24M|     59M|     49M| 56M|    4M| 14M| 11M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    21M|      3M|         |    21M|      3M|      | 40M| 27M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012 1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   47

V28    Government should spend money:education                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    557|     247|     218|     517|     716|     300|     318|     307|
  %   |   54.0|    50.9|    18.8|    22.1|    50.0|    23.6|    32.1|    12.6|
  2   |    362|     157|     370|    1222|     556|     513|     508|     956|
  %   |   35.1|    32.4|    31.9|    52.2|    38.9|    40.3|    51.3|    39.3|
  3   |    104|      52|     507|     565|     153|     357|     157|    1014|
  %   |   10.1|    10.7|    43.7|    24.2|    10.7|    28.0|    15.8|    41.7|
  4   |      5|      21|      44|      29|       5|      67|       8|     129|
  %   |     .5|     4.3|     3.8|     1.2|      .3|     5.3|      .8|     5.3|
  5   |      4|       8|      20|       6|       1|      36|         |     26|
  %   |     .4|     1.6|     1.7|      .3|      .1|     2.8|         |    1.1|
  8   |     6M|     10M|     86M|    150M|     60M|     11M|         |    46M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     5M|      5M|      4M|      5M|     14M|     28M|      9M|     40M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   48


V29     Government should spend money:defense

Location:      39      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10e More or less government spending for:
The military and defense.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    160|      49|      15|   31|   61| 104|    19|   59|   27|
  %    |    7.6|     2.2|     1.4| 3.4| 4.8| 7.2| 1.8| 6.1| 2.1|
  2    |    401|     134|      45| 141| 211| 362|      58| 174| 108|
  %    |   19.1|     6.0|     4.2| 15.2| 16.5| 25.2| 5.4| 17.9| 8.4|
  3    |   1018|     574|     210| 444| 585| 527| 217| 479| 514|
  %    |   48.6|    25.6|    19.5| 48.0| 45.8| 36.6| 20.3| 49.3| 40.0|
  4    |    423|     845|     380| 226| 315| 321| 323| 215| 412|
  %    |   20.2|    37.7|    35.3| 24.4| 24.6| 22.3| 30.3| 22.1| 32.0|
  5    |     93|     639|     427|   83| 106| 124| 450|      44| 225|
  %    |    4.4|    28.5|    39.6| 9.0| 8.3| 8.6| 42.2| 4.5| 17.5|
  8    |     6M|    103M|     28M| 26M| 19M| 58M| 37M| 15M| 33M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    50M|     17M|      4M| 38M| 35M|     4M|      |  8M| 25M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     40|      20|      67|     184|     233|     551|      37|      17|      69|
  %    |    3.4|     1.9|     7.0|    16.9|    24.8|    34.7|     3.3|     1.5|     5.9|
  2    |    121|     103|     175|     416|     439|     625|     156|      76|     557|
  %    |   10.3|     9.9|    18.4|    38.3|    46.8|    39.3|    13.9|     6.7|    47.9|
  3    |    422|     433|     370|     374|     217|     318|     453|     344|     371|
  %    |   35.9|    41.5|    38.8|    34.4|    23.1|    20.0|    40.3|    30.5|    31.9|
  4    |    380|     316|     186|      90|      36|      63|     339|     393|     149|
  %    |   32.3|    30.3|    19.5|     8.3|     3.8|     4.0|    30.2|    34.8|    12.8|
  5    |    213|     171|     155|      23|      13|      33|     139|     299|      16|
  %    |   18.1|    16.4|    16.3|     2.1|     1.4|     2.1|    12.4|    26.5|     1.4|
  8    |    43M|     52M|     50M|     80M|     67M|    101M|     19M|     22M|     38M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    19M|      5M|      1M|     16M|      7M|         |    55M|     31M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   49

V29    Government should spend money:defense                                      (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    389|      95|      34|      81|     173|      27|     351|      13|
  %   |   37.7|    19.8|     3.1|     3.6|    12.9|     2.1|    35.2|      .5|
  2   |    293|      76|      74|     268|     382|      65|     443|      71|
  %   |   28.4|    15.8|     6.6|    11.8|    28.6|     5.1|    44.5|     2.9|
  3   |    274|     147|     462|     684|     497|     338|     180|     490|
  %   |   26.6|    30.6|    41.5|    30.2|    37.2|    26.5|    18.1|    20.0|
  4   |     60|      92|     264|     814|     167|     433|      18|     876|
  %   |    5.8|    19.1|    23.7|    35.9|    12.5|    34.0|     1.8|    35.8|
  5   |     15|      71|     279|     421|     118|     411|       4|     994|
  %   |    1.5|    14.8|    25.1|    18.6|     8.8|    32.3|      .4|    40.7|
  8   |     8M|     13M|    122M|    221M|    151M|     11M|      1M|     46M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     4M|      6M|     14M|      5M|     17M|     27M|      3M|     28M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III      Page   50


V30     Government should spend money:retirement

Location:      40      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10f More or less government spending for:
Old age pensions.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 247| 292| 206| 266| 166| 479| 191| 288| 167|
  %    | 11.7| 12.9| 19.0| 27.5| 13.2| 32.7| 17.9| 29.3| 12.9|
  2    | 801| 716| 441| 508| 474| 765| 532| 448| 572|
  %    | 38.0| 31.5| 40.6| 52.5| 37.6| 52.2| 49.9| 45.6| 44.1|
  3    | 985| 1150| 415| 185| 496| 200| 266| 241| 538|
  %    | 46.8| 50.7| 38.2| 19.1| 39.3| 13.6| 24.9| 24.5| 41.5|
  4    |   62| 100|    25|    5|   99|   21|   55|    5|   18|
  %    | 2.9| 4.4| 2.3|      .5| 7.9| 1.4| 5.2|      .5| 1.4|
  5    |   11|   12|      |   3|   26|    1|   23|      |   2|
  %    |   .5|   .5|      |  .3| 2.1|    .1| 2.2|       |  .2|
  8    |   5M| 74M| 21M|     4M| 33M| 27M| 37M| 10M| 26M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 40M| 17M|     1M| 18M| 38M|     7M|      |  2M| 21M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |    185|     199|     226|     421|     312| 968| 136|     86| 165|
  %    |   15.8|    18.7|    23.2|    37.1|    32.0| 58.7| 12.0| 7.6| 13.9|
  2    |    482|     512|     347|     513|     469| 554| 390| 244| 764|
  %    |   41.1|    48.0|    35.7|    45.2|    48.1| 33.6| 34.4| 21.7| 64.4|
  3    |    477|     324|     336|     177|     174| 113| 551| 676| 219|
  %    |   40.7|    30.4|    34.5|    15.6|    17.8| 6.9| 48.5| 60.1| 18.4|
  4    |     27|      20|      45|      18|      15|    9|   49| 101|    37|
  %    |    2.3|     1.9|     4.6|     1.6|     1.5|   .5| 4.3| 9.0| 3.1|
  5    |      2|      11|      19|       5|       6|    4|    9|   18|    2|
  %    |     .2|     1.0|     2.0|      .4|      .6|   .2|   .8| 1.6|    .2|
  8    |    41M|     30M|     30M|     35M|     31M| 43M| 18M| 28M| 13M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    24M|      4M|      1M|     14M|      5M|      | 45M| 29M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012 1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P     96   - Role of Government III     Page   51

V30    Government should spend money:retirement                           (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1   |    423|     229|     313|     389| 778| 131| 106| 195|
  %   |   41.5|    47.4|    27.0|    16.5| 53.6| 10.5| 10.7| 8.0|
  2   |    356|     135|     377|    1200| 584| 274| 459| 708|
  %   |   34.9|    28.0|    32.5|    51.0| 40.2| 22.0| 46.1| 29.2|
  3   |    218|      97|     419|     710|   85| 715| 390| 1356|
  %   |   21.4|    20.1|    36.1|    30.2| 5.9| 57.3| 39.2| 56.0|
  4   |     20|      14|      34|      47|    4|   92|   37| 143|
  %   |    2.0|     2.9|     2.9|     2.0|   .3| 7.4| 3.7| 5.9|
  5   |      3|       8|      17|       8|    1|   35|    3|   21|
  %   |     .3|     1.7|     1.5|      .3|   .1| 2.8|    .3|   .9|
  8   |    20M|     11M|     84M|    130M| 44M| 37M|     1M| 63M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
  9   |     3M|      6M|      5M|     10M|   9M| 28M|    4M| 32M|
      |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   52


V31     Government should spend:unempl.benefits

Location:      41      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10g More or less government spending for:
Unemployment benefits.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. RP: Not available (no government programme)


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |     40|     176|     225|   66|   91| 126| 143|                   148|      52|
  %    |    1.9|     7.7|    20.8| 7.1| 7.2| 8.7| 13.5|                   15.2|     4.1|
  2    |    219|     479|     382| 267| 266| 371| 372|                     315|     200|
  %    |   10.4|    21.1|    35.3| 28.8| 21.1| 25.5| 35.1|                32.3|    15.6|
  3    |   1005|    1208|     421| 408| 631| 509| 321|                     390|     783|
  %    |   47.9|    53.1|    38.9| 44.0| 50.1| 35.0| 30.3|                40.0|    61.0|
  4    |    637|     352|      45| 141| 204| 304| 130|                     104|     194|
  %    |   30.4|    15.5|     4.2| 15.2| 16.2| 20.9| 12.3|                10.7|    15.1|
  5    |    196|      59|      10|   46|   68| 143|    94|                  19|      54|
  %    |    9.3|     2.6|      .9| 5.0| 5.4| 9.8| 8.9|                     1.9|     4.2|
  8    |    11M|     74M|     22M| 26M| 34M| 40M| 44M|                     16M|     41M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    43M|     13M|      4M| 35M| 38M|     7M|      |                 2M|     20M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  0    |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN     RP
  1    |    132|      41|     161|     163|     213|     429|      29|      42|       |
  %    |   11.1|     4.0|    16.9|    15.3|    22.4|    28.1|     2.6|     3.7|       |
  2    |    375|     163|     313|     322|     439|     576|      88|     147|       |
  %    |   31.6|    15.7|    32.9|    30.3|    46.1|    37.7|     7.8|    12.9|       |
  3    |    503|     434|     314|     367|     226|     412|     480|     597|       |
  %    |   42.4|    41.9|    33.0|    34.6|    23.7|    27.0|    42.4|    52.5|       |
  4    |    147|     245|     113|     150|      54|      74|     379|     268|       |
  %    |   12.4|    23.6|    11.9|    14.1|     5.7|     4.8|    33.5|    23.6|       |
  5    |     30|     153|      50|      60|      21|      37|     157|      84|       |
  %    |    2.5|    14.8|     5.3|     5.6|     2.2|     2.4|    13.9|     7.4|       |
  8    |    31M|     58M|     51M|    105M|     52M|    163M|     21M|     15M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  9    |    20M|      6M|      2M|     16M|      7M|         |    44M|     29M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |1200M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III     Page   53

V31    Government should spend:unempl.benefits                              (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F    CY    CH
  1   |    153|     221|     139|     292|     289|      69|   66| 115|
  %   |   15.0|    45.5|    12.9|    12.8|    21.1|     5.5| 6.6| 4.7|
  2   |    186|     124|     243|     929|     575|     189| 382| 442|
  %   |   18.3|    25.5|    22.6|    40.7|    42.1|    15.0| 38.5| 18.1|
  3   |    294|      84|     577|     836|     421|     585| 448| 1328|
  %   |   28.9|    17.3|    53.6|    36.6|    30.8|    46.4| 45.1| 54.5|
  4   |    204|      41|      76|     175|      51|     274|   85| 454|
  %   |   20.1|     8.4|     7.1|     7.7|     3.7|    21.7| 8.6| 18.6|
  5   |    180|      16|      41|      51|      31|     143|   12|   97|
  %   |   17.7|     3.3|     3.8|     2.2|     2.3|    11.3| 1.2| 4.0|
  8   |    22M|      7M|    159M|    207M|    125M|     22M|   4M| 53M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9   |     4M|      7M|     14M|      4M|     13M|     30M|   3M| 29M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  0   |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III               Page   54


V32     Government should spend:culture arts

Location:      42      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.10h More or less government spending for:
Culture and the arts.

<See Q.10 for complete question text.>

      1.   Spend    much more
      2.   Spend    more
      3.   Spend    the same as now
      4.   Spend    less
      5.   Spend    much less

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H                 I   IRL     N
  1    |     29|      63|      52|    6|   55| 115|               109|   52|   21|
  %    |    1.4|     2.8|     4.9|   .6| 4.4| 7.9|               10.3| 5.3| 1.6|
  2    |    235|     252|     230|   54| 140| 596|                357| 169|    84|
  %    |   11.2|    11.3|    21.6| 5.8| 11.3| 41.1|              33.7| 17.3| 6.5|
  3    |    941|     993|     563| 263| 473| 618|                 433| 518| 419|
  %    |   44.8|    44.7|    52.9| 28.3| 38.2| 42.6|             40.9| 53.1| 32.5|
  4    |    642|     659|     173| 321| 345| 102|                 107| 162| 412|
  %    |   30.5|    29.6|    16.2| 34.6| 27.9| 7.0|              10.1| 16.6| 32.0|
  5    |    255|     256|      47| 285| 225|     19|               52|   74| 352|
  %    |   12.1|    11.5|     4.4| 30.7| 18.2| 1.3|               4.9| 7.6| 27.3|
  8    |     7M|    121M|     42M| 31M| 55M| 45M|                 46M| 16M| 36M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |                 |     |     |
  9    |    42M|     17M|      2M| 29M| 39M|     5M|                  |  3M| 20M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |                 |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500                1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |     45|      44|     149|     144|     118|     444|      30|      60|   78|
  %    |    3.9|     4.3|    15.6|    13.5|    13.2|    28.7|     2.7|     5.3| 6.7|
  2    |    126|     246|     331|     414|     393|     585|     120|     203| 589|
  %    |   10.8|    24.1|    34.6|    38.8|    43.8|    37.8|    10.7|    17.9| 50.4|
  3    |    484|     588|     395|     402|     281|     445|     503|     431| 398|
  %    |   41.6|    57.5|    41.3|    37.7|    31.3|    28.8|    45.0|    38.0| 34.0|
  4    |    338|     106|      65|      90|      79|      47|     296|     270| 100|
  %    |   29.0|    10.4|     6.8|     8.4|     8.8|     3.0|    26.5|    23.8| 8.6|
  5    |    171|      38|      17|      17|      26|      26|     168|     170|    4|
  %    |   14.7|     3.7|     1.8|     1.6|     2.9|     1.7|    15.0|    15.0|   .3|
  8    |    52M|     70M|     47M|    104M|    110M|    144M|     33M|     22M| 31M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |
  9    |    22M|      8M|         |    12M|      5M|         |    48M|     26M|      |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III     Page   55

V32    Government should spend:culture arts                                 (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F    CY    CH
  1   |    147|     231|     149|     226|     239|      53|   51|   92|
  %   |   14.4|    47.5|    13.8|    10.1|    17.3|     4.2| 5.2| 3.8|
  2   |    281|     113|     239|     815|     555|     180| 387| 353|
  %   |   27.4|    23.3|    22.1|    36.5|    40.2|    14.3| 39.1| 14.7|
  3   |    394|     117|     575|     970|     532|     520| 437| 1006|
  %   |   38.5|    24.1|    53.2|    43.5|    38.5|    41.3| 44.2| 41.8|
  4   |    135|       7|      75|     182|      44|     290|   91| 663|
  %   |   13.2|     1.4|     6.9|     8.2|     3.2|    23.0| 9.2| 27.6|
  5   |     67|      18|      42|      37|      12|     216|   23| 291|
  %   |    6.5|     3.7|     3.9|     1.7|      .9|    17.2| 2.3| 12.1|
  8   |    16M|      9M|    158M|    261M|    110M|     26M|   6M| 88M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9   |     3M|      5M|     11M|      3M|     13M|     27M|   5M| 25M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   56


V33     Power of trade unions

Location:      43      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.11a Do you think that trade <USA:labor> unions in this
country have too much power or too little power?

      1.   Far too much power
      2.   Too much power
      3.   About the right amount of power
      4.   Too little power
      5.   Far too little power

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |    371|     152|      27|   50| 187|    27| 322|                  107|     100|
  %    |   17.6|     7.5|     3.0| 5.6| 16.2| 2.1| 31.5|                  11.4|     8.1|
  2    |    615|     420|      71| 142| 327|     56| 200|                  247|     215|
  %    |   29.2|    20.8|     7.9| 16.0| 28.4| 4.3| 19.6|                 26.4|    17.4|
  3    |    917|    1124|     398| 479| 455| 263| 297|                     445|     741|
  %    |   43.6|    55.8|    44.2| 54.0| 39.5| 20.4| 29.1|                47.6|    60.1|
  4    |    175|     272|     326| 178| 152| 611| 122|                     108|     148|
  %    |    8.3|    13.5|    36.2| 20.1| 13.2| 47.4| 11.9|                11.6|    12.0|
  5    |     25|      48|      78|   38|   30| 332|    80|                  28|      29|
  %    |    1.2|     2.4|     8.7| 4.3| 2.6| 25.8| 7.8|                    3.0|     2.4|
  8    |     6M|    327M|    201M| 96M| 154M| 210M| 83M|                   58M|    104M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    42M|     18M|      8M|   6M| 27M|    1M|      |                 1M|      7M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    133|      12|      20|      99|      13|       8|      54|     244|     143|
  %    |   11.6|     1.2|     2.3|    11.4|     1.7|      .6|     5.2|    22.8|    13.5|
  2    |    197|      60|      56|     192|      61|      30|     113|     376|     321|
  %    |   17.2|     6.1|     6.5|    22.1|     7.9|     2.1|    10.8|    35.1|    30.3|
  3    |    532|     342|     156|     385|     145|     185|     614|     379|     401|
  %    |   46.4|    34.9|    18.0|    44.4|    18.9|    13.2|    58.6|    35.4|    37.8|
  4    |    203|     396|     426|     168|     295|     363|     221|      66|     157|
  %    |   17.7|    40.4|    49.2|    19.4|    38.4|    25.9|    21.1|     6.2|    14.8|
  5    |     81|     169|     207|      24|     254|     815|      46|       7|      39|
  %    |    7.1|    17.3|    23.9|     2.8|    33.1|    58.2|     4.4|      .7|     3.7|
  8    |    81M|    117M|    139M|    303M|    241M|    290M|    127M|     96M|    139M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    11M|      4M|         |    12M|      3M|         |    23M|     14M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   57

V33    Power of trade unions                                                      (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |     90|      29|      35|     183|      12|     167|      62|      33|
  %   |   10.3|     7.4|     3.9|     9.3|     1.0|    13.7|     6.6|     1.4|
  2   |    208|      78|      83|     432|      20|     221|     308|     208|
  %   |   23.7|    19.8|     9.2|    21.9|     1.7|    18.1|    32.6|     8.8|
  3   |    368|     158|     292|     712|     143|     477|     400|    1091|
  %   |   42.0|    40.1|    32.3|    36.0|    12.0|    39.1|    42.4|    46.1|
  4   |    182|      90|     318|     518|     458|     277|     121|     889|
  %   |   20.8|    22.8|    35.2|    26.2|    38.5|    22.7|    12.8|    37.6|
  5   |     28|      39|     175|     132|     558|      77|      53|     146|
  %   |    3.2|     9.9|    19.4|     6.7|    46.9|     6.3|     5.6|     6.2|
  8   |   164M|    101M|    335M|    517M|    309M|     84M|     55M|    142M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     3M|      5M|     11M|         |     5M|      9M|      1M|      9M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   58


V34     Power of business and industry

Location:      44      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.11b How about business and industry? Do they have too
much power or too little power?

      1.   Far too much power
      2.   Too much power
      3.   About the right amount of power
      4.   Too little power
      5.   Far too little power

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    127|     227|     172|   60| 146|    93| 470|    67|   76|
  %    |    6.1|    11.8|    20.5| 7.1| 12.5| 8.1| 45.5| 7.4| 6.4|
  2    |    636|     785|     322| 259| 434| 330| 274| 245| 299|
  %    |   30.5|    40.7|    38.3| 30.4| 37.1| 28.6| 26.6| 27.0| 25.4|
  3    |   1051|     818|     268| 443| 507| 431| 188| 512| 697|
  %    |   50.3|    42.4|    31.9| 52.1| 43.3| 37.4| 18.2| 56.3| 59.1|
  4    |    259|      81|      63|   83|   79| 236|    65|   75| 103|
  %    |   12.4|     4.2|     7.5| 9.8| 6.7| 20.5| 6.3| 8.3| 8.7|
  5    |     15|      19|      15|    6|    5|   62|   35|   10|    4|
  %    |     .7|     1.0|     1.8|   .7|   .4| 5.4| 3.4| 1.1|      .3|
  8    |    17M|    410M|    259M| 132M| 112M| 347M| 72M| 85M| 149M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    46M|     21M|     10M|   6M| 49M|    1M|      |     | 16M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     82|      84|      73|      28|      65|     148|     112|     177|     159|
  %    |    7.6|     9.5|     8.5|     4.1|     8.9|    14.1|    10.6|    16.4|    14.6|
  2    |    295|     276|     192|     142|     212|     203|     338|     353|     481|
  %    |   27.4|    31.2|    22.5|    20.7|    29.1|    19.3|    31.9|    32.6|    44.1|
  3    |    554|     382|     200|     375|     186|     312|     525|     472|     357|
  %    |   51.5|    43.1|    23.4|    54.6|    25.5|    29.7|    49.5|    43.6|    32.7|
  4    |    116|     121|     336|     129|     197|     209|      79|      72|      82|
  %    |   10.8|    13.7|    39.3|    18.8|    27.0|    19.9|     7.5|     6.7|     7.5|
  5    |     29|      23|      53|      13|      69|     180|       6|       8|      12|
  %    |    2.7|     2.6|     6.2|     1.9|     9.5|    17.1|      .6|      .7|     1.1|
  8    |   147M|    210M|    150M|    486M|    280M|    639M|    115M|     94M|    109M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    15M|      4M|         |    10M|      3M|         |    23M|      6M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   59

V34    Power of business and industry                                             (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |     73|      38|     142|     386|     158|     267|     149|     159|
  %   |    8.4|     9.6|    14.7|    18.7|    15.1|    22.5|    15.6|     6.8|
  2   |    205|      81|     356|     867|     294|     393|     448|     776|
  %   |   23.6|    20.5|    36.9|    42.1|    28.1|    33.1|    46.8|    33.2|
  3   |    395|     180|     265|     514|     325|     361|     297|     937|
  %   |   45.6|    45.6|    27.4|    25.0|    31.1|    30.4|    31.0|    40.1|
  4   |    175|      78|     162|     248|     224|     141|      48|     425|
  %   |   20.2|    19.7|    16.8|    12.0|    21.4|    11.9|     5.0|    18.2|
  5   |     19|      18|      41|      45|      44|      27|      16|      38|
  %   |    2.2|     4.6|     4.2|     2.2|     4.2|     2.3|     1.7|     1.6|
  8   |   174M|    101M|    273M|    434M|    444M|    109M|     38M|    156M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     2M|      4M|     10M|         |    16M|     14M|      4M|     27M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   60


V35     Power of government

Location:      45      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.11c And what about the <USA: federal> government, does
it have too much power or too little power?

      1.   Far too much power
      2.   Too much power
      3.   About the right amount of power
      4.   Too little power
      5.   Far too little power

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    108|     217|      78| 147| 308| 234| 439|       97| 134|
  %    |    5.2|    10.5|     8.4| 16.2| 25.0| 17.6| 41.7| 10.1| 10.9|
  2    |    484|     628|     259| 319| 508| 400| 179| 276| 396|
  %    |   23.2|    30.3|    27.8| 35.1| 41.3| 30.1| 17.0| 28.7| 32.1|
  3    |   1219|    1067|     366| 397| 368| 452| 204| 491| 646|
  %    |   58.4|    51.5|    39.4| 43.7| 29.9| 34.0| 19.4| 51.1| 52.3|
  4    |    259|     145|     198|   42|   40| 217| 138|     85|   57|
  %    |   12.4|     7.0|    21.3| 4.6| 3.3| 16.3| 13.1| 8.8| 4.6|
  5    |     19|      13|      29|    4|    6|   27|   92|   12|    2|
  %    |     .9|      .6|     3.1|   .4|   .5| 2.0| 8.7| 1.2|      .2|
  8    |    14M|    271M|    172M| 74M| 54M| 169M| 52M| 33M| 92M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    48M|     20M|      7M|   6M| 48M|    1M|      |     | 17M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     90|     206|     115|      53|     116|     155|     212|     189|     486|
  %    |    8.1|    20.1|    12.9|     5.8|    13.2|    11.0|    18.3|    16.9|    43.0|
  2    |    211|     386|     270|     186|     185|     117|     409|     384|     375|
  %    |   19.0|    37.6|    30.3|    20.4|    21.1|     8.3|    35.3|    34.3|    33.2|
  3    |    581|     333|     306|     520|     340|     215|     473|     472|     216|
  %    |   52.4|    32.5|    34.3|    57.1|    38.8|    15.2|    40.8|    42.1|    19.1|
  4    |    195|      85|     173|     142|     168|     490|      63|      73|      48|
  %    |   17.6|     8.3|    19.4|    15.6|    19.2|    34.7|     5.4|     6.5|     4.2|
  5    |     32|      16|      27|      10|      68|     437|       3|       3|       6|
  %    |    2.9|     1.6|     3.0|     1.1|     7.8|    30.9|      .3|      .3|      .5|
  8    |   112M|     68M|    113M|    262M|    131M|    277M|         |    54M|     69M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    17M|      6M|         |    10M|      4M|         |    38M|      7M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   61

V35    Power of government                                                        (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    138|      68|     100|     642|     186|     180|     139|     125|
  %   |   14.4|    17.4|     9.9|    29.6|    14.9|    14.9|    14.6|     5.2|
  2   |    251|      59|     164|     744|     310|     302|     320|     611|
  %   |   26.1|    15.1|    16.3|    34.3|    24.8|    25.0|    33.6|    25.2|
  3   |    364|     118|     157|     614|     458|     518|     301|    1091|
  %   |   37.9|    30.3|    15.6|    28.3|    36.7|    43.0|    31.7|    45.1|
  4   |    177|      95|     354|     146|     225|     170|     131|     536|
  %   |   18.4|    24.4|    35.1|     6.7|    18.0|    14.1|    13.8|    22.1|
  5   |     31|      50|     234|      25|      69|      36|      60|      58|
  %   |    3.2|    12.8|    23.2|     1.2|     5.5|     3.0|     6.3|     2.4|
  8   |    81M|    106M|    227M|    321M|    254M|     82M|     38M|     86M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     1M|      4M|     13M|      2M|      3M|     24M|     11M|     11M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III                Page   62


V36     Responsib.of govt:provide jobs f all

Location:      46      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12 On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Q.12a      Provide a job for everyone who wants one.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA             H        I      IRL        N
  1    | 228| 628| 618| 270| 167|               690|     442|     291|     626|
  %    | 11.1| 28.1| 57.2| 28.9| 13.6|         46.8|    40.9|    29.5|    47.7|
  2    | 669| 1040| 375| 379| 317|              591|     386|     394|     434|
  %    | 32.7| 46.5| 34.7| 40.5| 25.8|         40.1|    35.7|    40.0|    33.1|
  3    | 966| 460|     72| 178| 400|            155|     149|     179|     192|
  %    | 47.1| 20.6| 6.7| 19.0| 32.6|          10.5|    13.8|    18.2|    14.6|
  4    | 186| 110|     15| 108| 343|             38|     104|     121|      61|
  %    | 9.1| 4.9| 1.4| 11.6| 28.0|             2.6|     9.6|    12.3|     4.6|
  8    | 42M| 100M| 22M| 31M| 48M|              24M|     23M|      8M|     17M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |             |        |        |        |
  9    | 60M| 23M|     7M| 23M| 57M|             2M|         |     1M|     14M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |             |        |        |        |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332           1500     1104      994     1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG      RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |    406|     529| 575| 655| 497|       1180|     207|     124| 554|
  %    |   34.9|    49.0| 58.3| 57.5| 50.1|    71.2|    18.4|    11.0| 46.7|
  2    |    351|     295| 307| 367| 305|        368|     411|     289| 520|
  %    |   30.2|    27.3| 31.1| 32.2| 30.7|    22.2|    36.6|    25.5| 43.8|
  3    |    284|     142|   80|   85|   95|      75|     297|     378|   75|
  %    |   24.4|    13.1| 8.1| 7.5| 9.6|        4.5|    26.5|    33.4| 6.3|
  4    |    122|     114|   25|   33|   96|      34|     207|     341|   37|
  %    |   10.5|    10.6| 2.5| 2.9| 9.7|        2.1|    18.4|    30.1| 3.1|
  8    |    53M|     16M| 16M| 36M| 17M|        34M|     30M|     26M| 14M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |     |
  9    |    22M|      4M|   1M|   7M|   2M|         |    46M|     24M|      |
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |        |     |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012        1691     1198     1182 1200


           IL-J IL-A      J        E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |    422| 375| 274|      1485| 994| 504| 204| 345|
  %    |   41.0| 75.5| 28.2|    61.3| 67.8| 40.0| 21.1| 14.6|
  2    |    351| 109| 336|       713| 321| 365| 529| 971|
  %    |   34.1| 21.9| 34.6|    29.5| 21.9| 28.9| 54.6| 41.1|
  3    |    138|   10| 166|      174|   92| 197| 206| 871|
  %    |   13.4| 2.0| 17.1|      7.2| 6.3| 15.6| 21.3| 36.8|
  4    |    119|    3| 194|       49|   59| 195|    29| 178|
  %    |   11.6|   .6| 20.0|     2.0| 4.0| 15.5| 3.0| 7.5|
  8    |    12M|   1M| 271M|     67M| 29M| 28M| 26M| 112M|
       |        |    |      |        |     |     |     |     |
  9    |     1M|   2M|   8M|      6M| 10M| 23M|     6M| 41M|
       |        |    |      |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1043   500 1249      2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96   - Role of Government III            Page   63


V37     Resp.of govt: keep prices under control

Location:      47      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12b On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Keep prices under control.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    436|     516|     464| 423| 306| 550| 643| 486| 691|
  %    |   20.9|    23.1|    43.2| 44.4| 24.6| 37.6| 58.8| 49.1| 52.9|
  2    |   1252|    1065|     466| 396| 552| 732| 377| 424| 483|
  %    |   60.0|    47.6|    43.4| 41.6| 44.4| 50.0| 34.5| 42.9| 37.0|
  3    |    355|     507|     121|   93| 242| 157|     41|   55| 100|
  %    |   17.0|    22.7|    11.3| 9.8| 19.5| 10.7| 3.7| 5.6| 7.7|
  4    |     42|     148|      22|   41| 144|    24|   33|   24|   33|
  %    |    2.0|     6.6|     2.1| 4.3| 11.6| 1.6| 3.0| 2.4| 2.5|
  8    |    17M|     99M|     29M| 19M| 34M| 32M| 10M|       4M| 18M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    49M|     26M|      7M| 17M| 54M|     5M|      |  1M| 19M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG             RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    | 521| 415| 540| 449| 625|                1127|     332|     241| 562|
  %    | 44.5| 38.6| 55.0| 40.7| 62.8|           68.3|    29.6|    21.4| 47.4|
  2    | 488| 466| 341| 479| 241|                 436|     495|     479| 541|
  %    | 41.6| 43.3| 34.8| 43.4| 24.2|           26.4|    44.1|    42.5| 45.6|
  3    | 113| 137|     77| 131|    52|             58|     190|     258|   61|
  %    | 9.6| 12.7| 7.8| 11.9| 5.2|               3.5|    16.9|    22.9| 5.1|
  4    |   50|   58|   23|   45|   77|             30|     105|     148|   22|
  %    | 4.3| 5.4| 2.3| 4.1| 7.7|                 1.8|     9.4|    13.1| 1.9|
  8    | 46M| 19M| 22M| 69M| 14M|                 40M|     23M|     33M| 14M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |               |        |        |     |
  9    | 20M|    5M|   1M| 10M|    3M|                |    53M|     23M|      |
       |      |     |     |     |     |               |        |        |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012                1691     1198     1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV     F    CY                    CH
  1    | 553| 287| 789| 1403| 658| 527| 345|                        512|
  %    | 53.8| 57.9| 66.9| 58.9| 45.6| 41.7| 35.5|                 21.2|
  2    | 349| 183| 343| 776| 503| 431| 559|                        1378|
  %    | 34.0| 36.9| 29.1| 32.6| 34.9| 34.1| 57.5|                 57.2|
  3    |   81|   13|   26| 145| 178| 168|      60|                  440|
  %    | 7.9| 2.6| 2.2| 6.1| 12.3| 13.3| 6.2|                      18.3|
  4    |   44|   13|   21|   60| 104| 139|      8|                   80|
  %    | 4.3| 2.6| 1.8| 2.5| 7.2| 11.0|        .8|                  3.3|
  8    | 12M|    3M| 62M| 100M| 52M| 21M| 20M|                      65M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |     |     |                     |
  9    |   4M|   1M|   8M| 10M| 10M| 26M|      8M|                  43M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |     |     |                     |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000                       2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P    96    - Role of Government III      Page   64


V38     Resp.of govt: health care for sick

Location:     48    MD1: 9
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.12c On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Provide health care for the sick.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 889| 1160| 722| 795| 478| 1041| 890| 737| 1160|
  %    | 42.4| 50.6| 66.3| 81.7| 38.5| 70.5| 81.0| 74.6| 87.4|
  2    | 1084| 1055| 357| 164| 572| 425| 194| 242| 157|
  %    | 51.7| 46.0| 32.8| 16.9| 46.1| 28.8| 17.7| 24.5| 11.8|
  3    | 114|    67|   10|   11| 145|    10|   11|    8|    6|
  %    | 5.4| 2.9|     .9| 1.1| 11.7|    .7| 1.0|    .8|   .5|
  4    |    8|   11|      |   3|   46|    1|    4|    1|    4|
  %    |   .4|   .5|      |  .3| 3.7|    .1|   .4|   .1|   .3|
  8    |   8M| 37M| 12M|     4M| 35M| 18M|     5M|   3M|   6M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 48M| 31M|     8M| 12M| 56M|     5M|      |  3M| 11M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG         RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 840| 786| 795| 799| 692|            1366| 824| 718| 569|
  %    | 70.6| 72.3| 80.1| 69.4| 69.4|       81.7| 71.4| 61.6| 47.5|
  2    | 304| 266| 169| 328| 277|             279| 298| 379| 576|
  %    | 25.6| 24.5| 17.0| 28.5| 27.8|       16.7| 25.8| 32.5| 48.1|
  3    |   32|   24|   23|   22|   22|         13|   25|   49|   41|
  %    | 2.7| 2.2| 2.3| 1.9| 2.2|              .8| 2.2| 4.2| 3.4|
  4    |   13|   11|    5|    2|    6|         13|    7|   20|   11|
  %    | 1.1| 1.0|     .5|   .2|   .6|         .8|   .6| 1.7|    .9|
  8    | 33M|    9M| 11M| 21M| 11M|           20M|   5M|   7M|   3M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |           |     |     |     |
  9    | 16M|    4M|   1M| 11M|    4M|            | 39M|   9M|      |
       |      |     |     |     |     |           |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012            1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 726| 331| 563|       1990|    1239| 670| 425| 694|
  %    | 70.4| 67.8| 49.6|    80.9|    83.5| 52.5| 43.1| 28.3|
  2    | 264| 100| 460|        450|     226| 463| 512| 1511|
  %    | 25.6| 20.5| 40.6|    18.3|    15.2| 36.3| 52.0| 61.7|
  3    |   29|   50|   71|      16|      12|   93|   48| 224|
  %    | 2.8| 10.2| 6.3|        .7|      .8| 7.3| 4.9| 9.1|
  4    |   12|    7|   40|       3|       7|   51|      |  20|
  %    | 1.2| 1.4| 3.5|         .1|      .5| 4.0|       |  .8|
  8    |   5M| 10M| 106M|      30M|     11M| 10M|    1M| 36M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    |   7M|   2M|   9M|      5M|     10M| 25M| 14M| 33M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P    96    - Role of Government III      Page   65


V39     Resp: provide standard of livg f the old

Location:     49    MD1: 9
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.12d On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Provide a decent standard of living for the old.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 787| 1100| 702| 706| 484| 933| 830| 766| 1135|
  %    | 37.4| 47.9| 64.3| 72.9| 38.4| 63.0| 75.7| 77.3| 85.9|
  2    | 1191| 1105| 372| 245| 608| 523| 244| 216| 175|
  %    | 56.7| 48.1| 34.1| 25.3| 48.3| 35.3| 22.3| 21.8| 13.2|
  3    | 116|    82|   14|   14| 125|    25|   19|    6|    7|
  %    | 5.5| 3.6| 1.3| 1.4| 9.9| 1.7| 1.7|          .6|   .5|
  4    |    8|    9|    4|    4|   42|    1|    3|    3|    5|
  %    |   .4|   .4|   .4|   .4| 3.3|    .1|   .3|   .3|   .4|
  8    |   5M| 46M|    9M|   7M| 19M| 16M|     8M|   3M|   7M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 44M| 19M|     8M| 13M| 54M|     2M|      |     | 15M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG         RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 833| 692| 739| 783| 645|            1451| 674| 553| 464|
  %    | 69.4| 63.5| 74.4| 67.9| 64.7|       86.6| 58.5| 47.6| 39.1|
  2    | 339| 360| 218| 354| 330|             207| 413| 493| 605|
  %    | 28.3| 33.1| 22.0| 30.7| 33.1|       12.4| 35.8| 42.5| 50.9|
  3    |   20|   23|   27|   15|   17|         14|   59|   94|   93|
  %    | 1.7| 2.1| 2.7| 1.3| 1.7|              .8| 5.1| 8.1| 7.8|
  4    |    8|   14|    9|    2|    5|          3|    7|   21|   26|
  %    |   .7| 1.3|    .9|   .2|   .5|         .2|   .6| 1.8| 2.2|
  8    | 26M|    8M|   9M| 20M| 10M|          16M| 10M|    8M| 12M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |           |     |     |     |
  9    | 12M|    3M|   2M|   9M|   5M|            | 35M| 13M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |           |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012            1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 684| 315| 560|       1959|    1188| 653| 344| 683|
  %    | 66.3| 64.0| 49.1|    79.6|    80.1| 51.1| 34.8| 27.9|
  2    | 299| 122| 475|        477|     289| 528| 581| 1529|
  %    | 29.0| 24.8| 41.7|    19.4|    19.5| 41.3| 58.8| 62.4|
  3    |   38|   23|   76|      21|       5|   72|   62| 229|
  %    | 3.7| 4.7| 6.7|         .9|      .3| 5.6| 6.3| 9.3|
  4    |   11|   32|   29|       5|       2|   25|    1|   10|
  %    | 1.1| 6.5| 2.5|         .2|      .1| 2.0|    .1|   .4|
  8    |   8M|   6M| 100M|     28M|     11M|   9M|   5M| 37M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    |   3M|   2M|   9M|      4M|     10M| 25M|    7M| 30M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96   - Role of Government III       Page   66


V40     Resp: provide industry with help to grow

Location:      50      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12e On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Provide industry with the help it needs to grow.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    405|     354|     277| 381| 206| 497|        305| 500| 286|
  %    |   19.5|    16.3|    27.0| 40.7| 17.2| 34.7|    28.3| 51.0| 22.6|
  2    |   1390|    1039|     472| 491| 580| 780|        561| 422| 726|
  %    |   67.0|    47.9|    46.0| 52.5| 48.5| 54.4|    52.1| 43.0| 57.3|
  3    |    270|     638|     230|   60| 306| 142|       142|   43| 205|
  %    |   13.0|    29.4|    22.4| 6.4| 25.6| 9.9|      13.2| 4.4| 16.2|
  4    |      9|     137|      46|    4| 104|    15|      69|   16|   50|
  %    |     .4|     6.3|     4.5|   .4| 8.7| 1.0|       6.4| 1.6| 3.9|
  8    |    20M|    169M|     75M| 31M| 76M| 62M|        27M| 11M| 50M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  9    |    57M|     24M|      9M| 22M| 60M|     4M|         |  2M| 27M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500       1104   994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 377| 266| 565| 404| 551| 812| 310| 218| 367|
  %    | 33.0| 25.9| 57.8| 38.5| 56.1| 50.6| 27.5| 19.6| 31.0|
  2    | 533| 580| 343| 552| 375| 668| 646| 610| 643|
  %    | 46.7| 56.5| 35.1| 52.7| 38.2| 41.6| 57.2| 54.9| 54.4|
  3    | 177| 157|     51|   83|   37|   88| 134| 230| 126|
  %    | 15.5| 15.3| 5.2| 7.9| 3.8| 5.5| 11.9| 20.7| 10.7|
  4    |   54|   24|   19|    9|   19|   36|   39|   54|   46|
  %    | 4.7| 2.3| 1.9|      .9| 1.9| 2.2| 3.5| 4.9| 3.9|
  8    | 75M| 69M| 25M| 123M| 27M| 87M| 31M| 41M| 18M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 22M|    4M|   1M| 12M|    3M|      | 38M| 29M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 587| 326| 330| 1514| 864| 444| 254| 194|
  %    | 57.5| 67.8| 32.0| 63.5| 59.5| 35.6| 26.4| 8.3|
  2    | 337| 102| 446| 769| 525| 582| 597| 1028|
  %    | 33.0| 21.2| 43.3| 32.3| 36.2| 46.7| 62.1| 44.1|
  3    |   70|   36| 163|    85|   46| 166| 100| 975|
  %    | 6.9| 7.5| 15.8| 3.6| 3.2| 13.3| 10.4| 41.8|
  4    |   26|   17|   91|   15|   16|   54|   11| 135|
  %    | 2.5| 3.5| 8.8|      .6| 1.1| 4.3| 1.1| 5.8|
  8    | 12M| 18M| 209M| 106M| 40M| 26M| 29M| 149M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 11M|    1M| 10M|    5M| 14M| 40M|     9M| 37M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   67


V41     Resp:prov standard o livg f unemployed

Location:     51    MD1: 9
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.12f On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Provide a decent standard of living for the unemployed.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H                   I   IRL     N
  1    | 182| 371| 407| 266| 153| 229|                      317| 392| 528|
  %    | 8.9| 16.9| 38.0| 28.8| 12.8| 15.9|                30.2| 40.2| 40.8|
  2    | 1146| 1397| 574| 461| 418| 677|                    470| 501| 671|
  %    | 56.2| 63.5| 53.6| 49.9| 34.9| 46.9|               44.8| 51.3| 51.9|
  3    | 618| 342|     76| 136| 396| 410|                   164|   67|   81|
  %    | 30.3| 15.6| 7.1| 14.7| 33.1| 28.4|                15.6| 6.9| 6.3|
  4    |   92|   89|   14|   61| 230| 126|                   97|   16|   14|
  %    | 4.5| 4.0| 1.3| 6.6| 19.2| 8.7|                     9.3| 1.6| 1.1|
  8    | 51M| 138M| 28M| 45M| 76M| 53M|                     56M| 13M| 29M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |                   |     |     |
  9    | 62M| 24M| 10M| 20M| 59M|        5M|                    |  5M| 21M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |                   |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500                  1104   994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG              RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 452| 103| 419| 318| 469|                  617|     170|     179|     343|
  %    | 38.5| 10.5| 42.9| 30.5| 47.2|            38.7|    15.2|    16.0|    29.2|
  2    | 609| 336| 425| 529| 401|                  667|     538|     553|     508|
  %    | 51.8| 34.2| 43.5| 50.7| 40.4|            41.8|    48.3|    49.5|    43.3|
  3    |   87| 350|    97| 154|    82|             227|     290|     290|     196|
  %    | 7.4| 35.6| 9.9| 14.8| 8.3|               14.2|    26.0|    25.9|    16.7|
  4    |   27| 194|    36|   42|   41|              83|     117|      96|     127|
  %    | 2.3| 19.7| 3.7| 4.0| 4.1|                 5.2|    10.5|     8.6|    10.8|
  8    | 42M| 105M| 25M| 129M| 15M|                97M|     43M|     45M|     26M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |                |        |        |        |
  9    | 21M| 12M|     2M| 11M|    4M|                 |    40M|     19M|         |
       |      |     |     |     |     |                |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012                 1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |    293| 268| 265|      1417|     561|     424|     200|     209|
  %    |   28.6| 54.9| 26.6|    59.2|    39.8|    34.1|    20.6|     8.8|
  2    |    346| 149| 464|       829|     604|     583|     595|    1492|
  %    |   33.8| 30.5| 46.5|    34.6|    42.8|    46.8|    61.2|    62.8|
  3    |    194|   40| 161|      116|     167|     171|     157|     578|
  %    |   19.0| 8.2| 16.1|      4.8|    11.8|    13.7|    16.2|    24.3|
  4    |    190|   31| 108|       31|      78|      67|      20|      97|
  %    |   18.6| 6.4| 10.8|      1.3|     5.5|     5.4|     2.1|     4.1|
  8    |    17M| 10M| 238M|      89M|     80M|     40M|     19M|    103M|
       |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |     3M|   2M| 13M|      12M|     15M|     27M|      9M|     39M|
       |        |    |      |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043   500 1249      2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   68


V42     Resp:reduce income differences rich/poor

Location:      52      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12g On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Reduce income differences between the rich and poor.

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    357|     538|     508|     328|     206|     600|     435| 406| 511|
  %    |   17.5|    24.7|    48.4|    35.9|    17.4|    41.4|    41.2| 42.2| 40.5|
  2    |    698|     825|     371|     290|     363|     539|     362| 345| 414|
  %    |   34.2|    37.8|    35.3|    31.8|    30.6|    37.2|    34.2| 35.9| 32.8|
  3    |    758|     585|     149|     198|     314|     240|     143| 132| 239|
  %    |   37.2|    26.8|    14.2|    21.7|    26.5|    16.6|    13.5| 13.7| 18.9|
  4    |    227|     232|      22|      97|     304|      69|     117|   78|   99|
  %    |   11.1|    10.6|     2.1|    10.6|    25.6|     4.8|    11.1| 8.1| 7.8|
  8    |    58M|    160M|     51M|     56M|     85M|     47M|     47M| 25M| 66M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9    |    53M|     21M|      8M|     20M|     60M|      5M|         |  8M| 15M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    504|     299|     560|     525|     417|     774|     237|     236|     239|
  %    |   43.3|    29.0|    57.1|    48.0|    43.5|    49.3|    21.6|    21.1|    21.1|
  2    |    317|     338|     274|     394|     320|     499|     278|     329|     477|
  %    |   27.3|    32.8|    27.9|    36.0|    33.4|    31.8|    25.4|    29.4|    42.2|
  3    |    223|     229|     101|     123|     114|     199|     291|     284|     261|
  %    |   19.2|    22.2|    10.3|    11.3|    11.9|    12.7|    26.6|    25.4|    23.1|
  4    |    119|     166|      46|      51|     107|      99|     289|     269|     154|
  %    |   10.2|    16.1|     4.7|     4.7|    11.2|     6.3|    26.4|    24.1|    13.6|
  8    |    57M|     62M|     22M|     77M|     50M|    120M|     61M|     42M|     69M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    18M|      6M|      1M|     13M|      4M|         |    42M|     22M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E                  LV        F       CY       CH
  1    | 508| 333| 302| 1355|                   531|     617|     250|     565|
  %    | 49.8| 68.8| 30.6| 57.0|               38.1|    48.8|    25.8|    24.0|
  2    | 323|    90| 335| 787|                  476|     321|     546|     859|
  %    | 31.6| 18.6| 33.9| 33.1|               34.1|    25.4|    56.3|    36.4|
  3    | 116|    36| 179| 173|                  231|     172|     154|     736|
  %    | 11.4| 7.4| 18.1| 7.3|                 16.6|    13.6|    15.9|    31.2|
  4    |   74|   25| 172|    63|                156|     154|      19|     197|
  %    | 7.2| 5.2| 17.4| 2.6|                  11.2|    12.2|     2.0|     8.4|
  8    | 15M| 14M| 252M| 108M|                  94M|     30M|     21M|    117M|
       |      |    |      |     |                   |        |        |        |
  9    |   7M|   2M|   9M|   8M|                17M|     18M|     10M|     44M|
       |      |    |      |     |                   |        |        |        |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494                  1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III      Page   69


V43     Resp: financial help for students

Location:      53      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12h On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Give financial help to university students from low-income
families

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    514|     590| 459| 359| 428| 546| 640| 578| 426|
  %    |   24.7|    26.6| 43.3| 38.1| 34.7| 37.2| 58.8| 59.0| 33.6|
  2    |   1317|    1339| 542| 490| 624| 794| 385| 353| 579|
  %    |   63.3|    60.4| 51.2| 52.0| 50.6| 54.2| 35.4| 36.1| 45.7|
  3    |    217|     242|   49|   72| 134| 115|     45|   39| 180|
  %    |   10.4|    10.9| 4.6| 7.6| 10.9| 7.8| 4.1| 4.0| 14.2|
  4    |     33|      47|    9|   22|   47|   11|   18|    9|   83|
  %    |    1.6|     2.1|   .8| 2.3| 3.8|     .8| 1.7|    .9| 6.5|
  8    |    20M|    119M| 43M| 30M| 44M| 31M| 16M| 14M| 55M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    50M|     24M|   7M| 16M| 55M|     3M|      |  1M| 21M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG          RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 407| 530| 745| 534| 490|             1039| 386| 387| 479|
  %    | 35.6| 49.9| 75.6| 47.6| 50.8|        63.4| 34.0| 33.7| 40.3|
  2    | 497| 455| 210| 538| 379|              531| 598| 594| 612|
  %    | 43.5| 42.8| 21.3| 48.0| 39.3|        32.4| 52.7| 51.7| 51.5|
  3    | 187|    58|   21|   42|   46|          58| 100| 127|     81|
  %    | 16.4| 5.5| 2.1| 3.7| 4.8|             3.5| 8.8| 11.0| 6.8|
  4    |   51|   19|    9|    8|   50|          11|   50|   42|   16|
  %    | 4.5| 1.8|     .9|   .7| 5.2|           .7| 4.4| 3.7| 1.3|
  8    | 79M| 34M| 18M| 52M| 44M|              52M| 26M| 18M| 12M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |            |     |     |     |
  9    | 17M|    4M|   1M|   9M|   3M|             | 38M| 14M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |            |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012             1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J          E    LV     F    CY       CH
  1    | 628| 325| 257|         1845| 933| 750| 358|        554|
  %    | 61.1| 66.9| 26.2|      75.3| 63.8| 58.5| 37.0|    22.9|
  2    | 296| 115| 371|          568| 482| 456| 544|       1543|
  %    | 28.8| 23.7| 37.8|      23.2| 33.0| 35.6| 56.2|    63.7|
  3    |   69|   28| 175|         27|   39|   44|   62|     289|
  %    | 6.7| 5.8| 17.8|         1.1| 2.7| 3.4| 6.4|       11.9|
  4    |   34|   18| 178|          9|    8|   32|    4|      38|
  %    | 3.3| 3.7| 18.1|          .4|   .5| 2.5|    .4|     1.6|
  8    | 10M| 14M| 253M|         40M| 33M| 11M| 24M|        59M|
       |      |    |      |          |     |     |     |        |
  9    |   6M|     | 15M|         5M| 10M| 19M|     8M|     35M|
       |      |    |      |          |     |     |     |        |
Sum      1043   500 1249        2494 1505 1312 1000        2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96    - Role of Government III            Page   70


V44     Resp: provide decent housing

Location:      54      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.12i On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Provide decent housing for those who can’t afford it

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    221|     432| 397| 347| 240| 317| 485| 464| 269|
  %    |   10.7|    19.7| 37.5| 37.2| 19.8| 21.9| 45.1| 47.4| 21.5|
  2    |   1343|    1277| 569| 480| 572| 782| 462| 455| 659|
  %    |   65.2|    58.2| 53.7| 51.4| 47.2| 54.1| 43.0| 46.5| 52.6|
  3    |    442|     400|   80|   82| 295| 305|     90|   49| 259|
  %    |   21.5|    18.2| 7.5| 8.8| 24.3| 21.1| 8.4| 5.0| 20.7|
  4    |     53|      85|   14|   24| 106|    41|   38|   11|   65|
  %    |    2.6|     3.9| 1.3| 2.6| 8.7| 2.8| 3.5| 1.1| 5.2|
  8    |    43M|    148M| 42M| 39M| 61M| 51M| 29M| 14M| 71M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    49M|     19M|   7M| 17M| 58M|     4M|      |  1M| 21M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS            NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 303| 300| 504| 424| 357| 838|                264|     237|     352|
  %    | 26.7| 29.3| 51.7| 39.0| 37.5| 52.1|         23.5|    20.9|    29.8|
  2    | 626| 517| 381| 559| 404| 667|                612|     580|     576|
  %    | 55.1| 50.4| 39.1| 51.5| 42.4| 41.5|         54.5|    51.2|    48.8|
  3    | 160| 153|     66|   92| 104|    87|          186|     241|     193|
  %    | 14.1| 14.9| 6.8| 8.5| 10.9| 5.4|            16.6|    21.3|    16.4|
  4    |   47|   55|   24|   11|   87|   17|           60|      74|      59|
  %    | 4.1| 5.4| 2.5| 1.0| 9.1| 1.1|                5.3|     6.5|     5.0|
  8    | 83M| 67M| 28M| 87M| 57M| 82M|                41M|     37M|     20M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |             |        |        |
  9    | 19M|    8M|   1M| 10M|    3M|      |         35M|     13M|         |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |             |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691               1198     1182     1200


         IL-J IL-A      J          E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 549| 325| 202|         1698|     557| 559| 253| 250|
  %    | 53.7| 66.9| 21.3|      69.8|    39.4| 44.1| 26.2| 10.6|
  2    | 376| 112| 364|          685|     653| 543| 590| 1088|
  %    | 36.8| 23.0| 38.4|      28.2|    46.2| 42.8| 61.2| 46.2|
  3    |   69|   22| 184|         40|     150| 124| 110| 857|
  %    | 6.7| 4.5| 19.4|         1.6|    10.6| 9.8| 11.4| 36.4|
  4    |   29|   27| 199|          8|      52|   43|   11| 159|
  %    | 2.8| 5.6| 21.0|          .3|     3.7| 3.4| 1.1| 6.8|
  8    | 15M| 10M| 288M|         56M|     84M| 19M| 28M| 130M|
       |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |     |
  9    |   5M|   4M| 12M|         7M|      9M| 24M|    8M| 34M|
       |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249        2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III      Page   71


V45     Strict laws f less damage environment

Location:     55    MD1: 9
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.12j On the whole, do you think it should be or should
not be the government’s responsibility to:

Impose strict laws to make industry do less damage to the
environment

      1.   Definitely should be
      2.   Probably should be
      3.   Probably should not be
      4.   Definitely should not be

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 1088| 1294| 767| 586| 572| 826| 748| 666| 715|
  %    | 51.7| 57.8| 71.5| 62.5| 46.4| 56.3| 68.8| 68.1| 55.6|
  2    | 934| 843| 283| 305| 521| 604| 308| 288| 492|
  %    | 44.4| 37.7| 26.4| 32.6| 42.3| 41.1| 28.3| 29.4| 38.3|
  3    |   68|   82|   20|   35| 104|    35|   24|   23|   58|
  %    | 3.2| 3.7| 1.9| 3.7| 8.4| 2.4| 2.2| 2.4| 4.5|
  4    |   13|   18|    2|   11|   35|    3|    8|    1|   21|
  %    |   .6|   .8|   .2| 1.2| 2.8|     .2|   .7|   .1| 1.6|
  8    |   8M| 103M| 30M| 36M| 43M| 29M| 16M| 15M| 45M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 40M| 21M|     7M| 16M| 57M|     3M|      |  1M| 13M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG       RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 678| 720| 674| 661| 676|          1164| 688| 686| 419|
  %    | 58.2| 68.0| 69.2| 59.9| 70.1|     70.7| 59.9| 59.3| 35.5|
  2    | 416| 307| 250| 399| 268|           434| 420| 386| 607|
  %    | 35.7| 29.0| 25.7| 36.2| 27.8|     26.4| 36.6| 33.4| 51.4|
  3    |   62|   30|   42|   36|   17|       41|   33|   64| 116|
  %    | 5.3| 2.8| 4.3| 3.3| 1.8|           2.5| 2.9| 5.5| 9.8|
  4    |    9|    2|    8|    7|    4|        8|    7|   21|   38|
  %    |   .8|   .2|   .8|   .6|   .4|       .5|   .6| 1.8| 3.2|
  8    | 55M| 36M| 29M| 70M| 46M|           44M| 20M| 12M| 20M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
  9    | 18M|    5M|   1M| 10M|    1M|          | 30M| 13M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012          1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E    LV     F    CY       CH
  1    | 585| 335| 713|       1647| 891| 863| 414|        930|
  %    | 57.5| 69.8| 63.9|    68.9| 61.8| 67.4| 42.6|    38.4|
  2    | 338| 100| 338|        682| 457| 355| 510|       1213|
  %    | 33.2| 20.8| 30.3|    28.5| 31.7| 27.7| 52.5|    50.1|
  3    |   71|   26|   45|      54|   78|   32|   48|     240|
  %    | 7.0| 5.4| 4.0|        2.3| 5.4| 2.5| 4.9|        9.9|
  4    |   23|   19|   20|       8|   16|   30|      |     37|
  %    | 2.3| 4.0| 1.8|         .3| 1.1| 2.3|        |    1.5|
  8    | 23M| 19M| 121M|       96M| 51M| 17M| 20M|        71M|
       |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |        |
  9    |   3M|   1M| 12M|       7M| 12M| 15M|     8M|     27M|
       |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |        |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494 1505 1312 1000        2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   72


V46     How much interested in politics

Location:      56      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.13 How interested would you say you personally are in
politics?
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   Very interested
      2.   Fairly interested
      3.   Somewhat interested
      4.   Not very interested
      5.   Not at all interested

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    328|     169|      74|      93|     190|      67|     106|      89|      67|
  %    |   15.6|     7.3|     6.8|     9.5|    15.1|     4.5|     9.7|     9.0|     5.0|
  2    |    808|     448|     197|     287|     326|     204|     345|     267|     425|
  %    |   38.5|    19.4|    18.2|    29.5|    25.8|    13.6|    31.5|    26.9|    31.9|
  3    |    593|    1024|     470|     245|     398|     466|     160|     222|     583|
  %    |   28.3|    44.3|    43.4|    25.2|    31.5|    31.2|    14.6|    22.4|    43.8|
  4    |    315|     497|     248|     239|     241|     383|     320|     251|     209|
  %    |   15.0|    21.5|    22.9|    24.5|    19.1|    25.6|    29.2|    25.3|    15.7|
  5    |     53|     171|      93|     110|     107|     375|     165|     162|      48|
  %    |    2.5|     7.4|     8.6|    11.3|     8.5|    25.1|    15.1|    16.3|     3.6|
  8    |     3M|     16M|      6M|      8M|     24M|      2M|      8M|      3M|      5M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    51M|     36M|     21M|      7M|     46M|      3M|         |        |     7M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL                  BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 113| 111|     61|   60|                 74|      37|     139|     205|      75|
  %    | 9.2| 10.1| 6.1| 5.2|                   7.4|     2.3|    11.9|    17.8|     6.4|
  2    | 326| 331| 162| 173|                    267|     163|     451|     371|     272|
  %    | 26.6| 30.2| 16.2| 15.0|               26.5|     9.9|    38.7|    32.2|    23.2|
  3    | 401| 309| 305| 472|                    257|     626|     354|     363|     386|
  %    | 32.7| 28.2| 30.5| 40.9|               25.5|    38.2|    30.4|    31.5|    32.9|
  4    | 303| 216| 307| 296|                    263|     538|     182|     155|     294|
  %    | 24.7| 19.7| 30.7| 25.6|               26.1|    32.8|    15.6|    13.4|    25.1|
  5    |   83| 129| 166| 154|                   145|     276|      40|      59|     146|
  %    | 6.8| 11.8| 16.6| 13.3|                14.4|    16.8|     3.4|     5.1|    12.4|
  8    |   8M|      |  3M| 19M|                  2M|     51M|      5M|      7M|     27M|
       |      |     |     |     |                   |        |        |        |        |
  9    |   4M|   4M|      |  9M|                 4M|         |    27M|     22M|         |
       |      |     |     |     |                   |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183                   1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   73

V46    How much interested in politics                                            (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    159|      53|      80|     138|      81|     182|     107|     129|
  %   |   15.3|    12.4|     6.5|     5.5|     5.5|    14.0|    10.8|     5.2|
  2   |    357|      75|     191|     421|     261|     474|     365|     459|
  %   |   34.5|    17.5|    15.5|    16.9|    17.6|    36.6|    36.8|    18.6|
  3   |    287|     137|     549|     488|     570|     395|     300|    1108|
  %   |   27.7|    31.9|    44.5|    19.6|    38.4|    30.5|    30.2|    44.9|
  4   |    132|     113|     350|     613|     404|     174|     124|     606|
  %   |   12.7|    26.3|    28.4|    24.6|    27.2|    13.4|    12.5|    24.6|
  5   |    101|      51|      63|     828|     169|      71|      97|     166|
  %   |    9.7|    11.9|     5.1|    33.3|    11.4|     5.5|     9.8|     6.7|
  8   |     3M|     49M|     11M|      6M|      6M|      3M|      6M|     18M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     4M|     22M|      5M|         |    14M|     13M|      1M|     32M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III          Page   74


V47     People like me have no influence in gvtm

Location:      57      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14a People like me don’t have any say about what the
government does

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    342|     579| 468| 252| 219| 664| 417| 246| 197|
  %    |   16.3|    25.2| 43.5| 26.2| 17.0| 45.6| 38.3| 24.8| 15.3|
  2    |    728|     897| 395| 402| 392| 483| 370| 428| 413|
  %    |   34.7|    39.0| 36.7| 41.7| 30.5| 33.2| 34.0| 43.2| 32.0|
  3    |    300|     325| 101| 140| 189| 119| 110|        72| 211|
  %    |   14.3|    14.1| 9.4| 14.5| 14.7| 8.2| 10.1| 7.3| 16.3|
  4    |    634|     432| 105| 152| 377| 160| 137| 223| 421|
  %    |   30.3|    18.8| 9.7| 15.8| 29.3| 11.0| 12.6| 22.5| 32.6|
  5    |     91|      65|    8|   17| 110|    30|   55|   22|   49|
  %    |    4.3|     2.8|   .7| 1.8| 8.5| 2.1| 5.1| 2.2| 3.8|
  8    |     5M|     49M| 24M| 10M| 24M| 41M| 15M|        3M| 37M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    51M|     14M|   8M| 16M| 21M|     3M|      |     | 16M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    364|     470| 489| 467| 145| 377| 236|          185|      25|
  %    |   30.8|    44.0| 50.1| 42.5| 14.9| 24.3| 20.7|    16.0|     2.2|
  2    |    426|     339| 305| 417| 302| 384| 462|          339|     263|
  %    |   36.0|    31.7| 31.2| 38.0| 31.1| 24.7| 40.5|    29.3|    22.9|
  3    |    197|     121|   97| 111| 202| 227| 166|         209|     268|
  %    |   16.7|    11.3| 9.9| 10.1| 20.8| 14.6| 14.6|     18.0|    23.3|
  4    |    163|     124|   65|   86| 269| 349| 244|        328|     560|
  %    |   13.8|    11.6| 6.7| 7.8| 27.7| 22.5| 21.4|      28.3|    48.8|
  5    |     33|      14|   21|   17|   54| 215|    32|      97|      32|
  %    |    2.8|     1.3| 2.1| 1.5| 5.6| 13.9| 2.8|         8.4|     2.8|
  8    |    43M|     27M| 27M| 76M| 39M| 139M|      7M|     13M|     52M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |        |
  9    |    12M|      5M|      |  9M|   1M|      | 51M|     11M|         |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198          1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   75

V47    People like me have no influence in gvtm                                   (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    257|     156|     100|     755|      87|     121|     239|     470|
  %   |   25.0|    32.2|     8.4|    32.0|     6.2|     9.6|    24.7|    19.4|
  2   |    319|     138|     112|     931|     317|     134|     457|     681|
  %   |   31.1|    28.5|     9.4|    39.4|    22.7|    10.6|    47.2|    28.2|
  3   |    159|      90|     132|     246|     237|     107|     175|     369|
  %   |   15.5|    18.6|    11.1|    10.4|    17.0|     8.5|    18.1|    15.3|
  4   |    226|      75|     196|     377|     629|     309|      92|     783|
  %   |   22.0|    15.5|    16.5|    16.0|    45.1|    24.4|     9.5|    32.4|
  5   |     66|      26|     648|      53|     126|     593|       6|     116|
  %   |    6.4|     5.4|    54.5|     2.2|     9.0|    46.9|      .6|     4.8|
  8   |    14M|     15M|     57M|    128M|     96M|     24M|     21M|     70M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     2M|         |     4M|      4M|     13M|     24M|     10M|     29M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   76


V48     Average citizen: influence in politics

Location:      58      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14b The average citizen has considerable influence on
politics

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA     H     I            IRL        N
  1    |     29|      56|      27|      13|      53|   30|   43|            19|      27|
  %    |    1.4|     2.5|     2.5|     1.4|     4.2| 2.1| 4.0|             1.9|     2.1|
  2    |    431|     376|     113|     115|     354| 111| 225|             272|     206|
  %    |   20.6|    16.6|    10.6|    12.3|    28.0| 7.6| 20.9|           27.8|    15.9|
  3    |    324|     534|     192|     169|     248| 127| 184|             100|     306|
  %    |   15.5|    23.6|    18.0|    18.0|    19.6| 8.7| 17.1|           10.2|    23.7|
  4    |   1066|     906|     430|     493|     475| 639| 364|             412|     611|
  %    |   51.0|    40.0|    40.3|    52.6|    37.5| 44.0| 33.8|          42.0|    47.3|
  5    |    241|     394|     304|     147|     135| 545| 261|             177|     142|
  %    |   11.5|    17.4|    28.5|    15.7|    10.7| 37.5| 24.2|          18.1|    11.0|
  8    |     4M|     79M|     36M|     29M|     39M| 45M| 27M|             14M|     36M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |              |        |
  9    |    56M|     16M|      7M|     23M|     28M|   3M|      |              |    16M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |              |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332 1500 1104              994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     23|      11|      25|      58|      35|      56|      25|      41|      64|
  %    |    2.0|     1.0|     2.6|     5.4|     3.7|     3.6|     2.2|     3.6|     5.5|
  2    |    115|      89|      73|     122|     138|     143|     188|     247|     478|
  %    |   10.1|     8.4|     7.7|    11.3|    14.4|     9.1|    16.8|    21.5|    41.2|
  3    |    296|     149|     110|     151|     149|     194|     180|     222|     297|
  %    |   25.9|    14.0|    11.6|    14.0|    15.6|    12.4|    16.1|    19.3|    25.6|
  4    |    460|     522|     442|     532|     453|     597|     568|     485|     299|
  %    |   40.2|    49.1|    46.6|    49.5|    47.4|    38.1|    50.8|    42.1|    25.8|
  5    |    250|     293|     299|     212|     181|     576|     157|     156|      22|
  %    |   21.9|    27.5|    31.5|    19.7|    18.9|    36.8|    14.0|    13.6|     1.9|
  8    |    72M|     28M|     55M|     99M|     53M|    125M|     21M|     16M|     40M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    22M|      8M|         |     9M|      3M|         |    59M|     15M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   77

V48    Average citizen: influence in politics                                     (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    100|      72|     278|      71|      29|     117|      29|      51|
  %   |    9.9|    14.9|    23.9|     3.2|     2.1|     9.4|     3.1|     2.1|
  2   |    275|     182|     303|     524|     335|     270|     243|     638|
  %   |   27.1|    37.6|    26.0|    23.4|    24.5|    21.6|    25.8|    26.6|
  3   |    266|     178|     176|     405|     216|     189|     241|     628|
  %   |   26.2|    36.8|    15.1|    18.1|    15.8|    15.1|    25.6|    26.2|
  4   |    294|      33|     173|     981|     638|     397|     269|     878|
  %   |   29.0|     6.8|    14.8|    43.9|    46.7|    31.8|    28.6|    36.6|
  5   |     80|      19|     235|     256|     149|     276|     160|     201|
  %   |    7.9|     3.9|    20.2|    11.4|    10.9|    22.1|    17.0|     8.4|
  8   |    24M|     14M|     82M|    252M|    126M|     32M|     48M|     88M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     4M|      2M|      2M|      5M|     12M|     31M|     10M|     34M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   78


V49     Politicians have no much impact

Location:      59      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14c Even the best (politician) cannot have much impact
because of the way government works

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |    167|     230|     146|   86| 128| 246| 144|                    111|      71|
  %    |    8.0|    11.0|    15.2| 9.3| 10.2| 18.4| 13.7|                 11.4|     5.7|
  2    |    860|     795|     456| 373| 480| 588| 390|                     489|     419|
  %    |   41.3|    37.9|    47.4| 40.4| 38.3| 44.0| 37.1|                50.3|    33.5|
  3    |    413|     475|     174| 240| 242| 274| 172|                     111|     250|
  %    |   19.8|    22.6|    18.1| 26.0| 19.3| 20.5| 16.4|                11.4|    20.0|
  4    |    591|     525|     159| 195| 343| 184| 243|                     235|     447|
  %    |   28.4|    25.0|    16.5| 21.1| 27.4| 13.8| 23.1|                24.2|    35.8|
  5    |     52|      75|      28|   29|   59|   45| 101|                   26|      62|
  %    |    2.5|     3.6|     2.9| 3.1| 4.7| 3.4| 9.6|                     2.7|     5.0|
  8    |    15M|    238M|    134M| 47M| 52M| 158M| 54M|                    20M|     76M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    53M|     23M|     12M| 19M| 28M|     5M|      |                 2M|     19M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    154|      57|     112|     260|     184|     374|     115|     115|      59|
  %    |   13.8|     5.7|    12.1|    25.3|    20.7|    25.4|    10.3|    10.1|     5.1|
  2    |    444|     284|     309|     486|     355|     448|     485|     409|     526|
  %    |   39.9|    28.2|    33.4|    47.3|    39.8|    30.4|    43.4|    35.8|    45.4|
  3    |    249|     212|     160|     159|     187|     219|     187|     216|     286|
  %    |   22.4|    21.1|    17.3|    15.5|    21.0|    14.9|    16.7|    18.9|    24.7|
  4    |    214|     378|     244|      94|     128|     316|     307|     344|     271|
  %    |   19.2|    37.6|    26.4|     9.2|    14.4|    21.5|    27.5|    30.1|    23.4|
  5    |     53|      75|     100|      28|      37|     115|      24|      57|      17|
  %    |    4.8|     7.5|    10.8|     2.7|     4.2|     7.8|     2.1|     5.0|     1.5|
  8    |   106M|     86M|     79M|    140M|    118M|    219M|     19M|     26M|     41M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    18M|      8M|         |    16M|      3M|         |    61M|     15M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   79

V49    Politicians have no much impact                                            (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    112|      80|     506|     252|     152|     139|      48|     157|
  %   |   11.3|    17.6|    44.2|    12.0|    11.6|    11.2|     5.2|     6.9|
  2   |    324|     165|     334|     876|     664|     397|     190|     672|
  %   |   32.7|    36.3|    29.2|    41.7|    50.7|    32.0|    20.4|    29.6|
  3   |    281|     139|     157|     395|     212|     210|     312|     379|
  %   |   28.4|    30.6|    13.7|    18.8|    16.2|    16.9|    33.5|    16.7|
  4   |    219|      52|      67|     482|     244|     370|     281|     956|
  %   |   22.1|    11.5|     5.9|    22.9|    18.6|    29.8|    30.2|    42.2|
  5   |     54|      18|      81|      97|      38|     124|      99|     104|
  %   |    5.5|     4.0|     7.1|     4.6|     2.9|    10.0|    10.6|     4.6|
  8   |    48M|     45M|     99M|    388M|    176M|     44M|     57M|    209M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     5M|      1M|      5M|      4M|     19M|     28M|     13M|     41M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   80


V50     Good understanding imp political issues

Location:      60      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14d I feel that I have a pretty good understanding of the
important political issues facing our country.

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    169|     109|      47|   50| 103|    67| 135|    93|   51|
  %    |    8.1|     5.1|     4.8| 5.5| 8.2| 4.6| 12.7| 9.5| 4.2|
  2    |   1183|     759|     308| 357| 596| 358| 422| 522| 575|
  %    |   56.4|    35.6|    31.6| 39.5| 47.3| 24.6| 39.6| 53.5| 47.0|
  3    |    409|     573|     275| 241| 286| 345| 200| 138| 407|
  %    |   19.5|    26.9|    28.2| 26.7| 22.7| 23.7| 18.8| 14.2| 33.3|
  4    |    307|     479|     230| 203| 233| 483| 201| 170| 156|
  %    |   14.6|    22.4|    23.6| 22.5| 18.5| 33.2| 18.9| 17.4| 12.7|
  5    |     28|     214|     114|   52|   41| 203| 108|     52|   35|
  %    |    1.3|    10.0|    11.7| 5.8| 3.3| 13.9| 10.1| 5.3| 2.9|
  8    |     5M|    210M|    127M| 62M| 45M| 40M| 38M| 16M| 101M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    50M|     17M|      8M| 24M| 28M|     4M|      |  3M| 19M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     60|      42|      96|      89|      73|     116|      72|     162|      65|
  %    |    5.4|     4.2|    10.6|     9.2|     7.8|     7.7|     6.5|    14.0|     5.6|
  2    |    400|     247|     283|     377|     305|     358|     636|     626|     565|
  %    |   35.9|    24.6|    31.4|    39.0|    32.7|    23.9|    57.1|    54.1|    48.6|
  3    |    414|     309|     207|     287|     235|     348|     242|     221|     348|
  %    |   37.2|    30.7|    22.9|    29.7|    25.2|    23.2|    21.7|    19.1|    29.9|
  4    |    174|     290|     224|     145|     255|     419|     147|     131|     176|
  %    |   15.6|    28.8|    24.8|    15.0|    27.4|    28.0|    13.2|    11.3|    15.1|
  5    |     65|     118|      92|      68|      64|     257|      16|      18|       9|
  %    |    5.8|    11.7|    10.2|     7.0|     6.9|    17.2|     1.4|     1.6|      .8|
  8    |   110M|     80M|    102M|    208M|     78M|    193M|     30M|     11M|     37M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    15M|     14M|         |     9M|      2M|         |    55M|     13M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   81

V50    Good understanding imp political issues                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    209|     106|      75|     166|      47|     168|     105|      70|
  %   |   20.9|    22.2|     6.8|     7.1|     3.4|    14.0|    10.7|     3.2|
  2   |    412|     199|     162|     742|     353|     580|     494|     866|
  %   |   41.1|    41.7|    14.6|    31.9|    25.4|    48.5|    50.5|    39.8|
  3   |    241|      87|     315|     470|     333|     254|     268|     530|
  %   |   24.1|    18.2|    28.5|    20.2|    24.0|    21.2|    27.4|    24.4|
  4   |    106|      61|     206|     690|     565|     134|      90|     579|
  %   |   10.6|    12.8|    18.6|    29.6|    40.6|    11.2|     9.2|    26.6|
  5   |     34|      24|     349|     261|      92|      60|      22|     129|
  %   |    3.4|     5.0|    31.5|    11.2|     6.6|     5.0|     2.2|     5.9|
  8   |    38M|     22M|    137M|    162M|    101M|     79M|      9M|    307M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     3M|      1M|      5M|      3M|     14M|     37M|     12M|     37M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   82


V51     Elections make governm pay attention

Location:      61      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14e Elections are a good way of making governments of the
important political issues facing our country.

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    466|     475|     194|     177|     267|     103|     181| 258| 314|
  %    |   22.2|    21.1|    18.4|    18.6|    20.9|     7.6|    16.7| 26.2| 24.0|
  2    |   1143|    1114|     426|     508|     698|     466|     461| 520| 787|
  %    |   54.5|    49.5|    40.5|    53.4|    54.7|    34.4|    42.5| 52.8| 60.2|
  3    |    230|     335|     186|     139|     155|     318|     164|   68| 122|
  %    |   11.0|    14.9|    17.7|    14.6|    12.1|    23.5|    15.1| 6.9| 9.3|
  4    |    208|     245|     175|     100|     131|     353|     163| 113|    76|
  %    |    9.9|    10.9|    16.6|    10.5|    10.3|    26.1|    15.0| 11.5| 5.8|
  5    |     52|      81|      72|      28|      26|     115|     115|   25|    9|
  %    |    2.5|     3.6|     6.8|     2.9|     2.0|     8.5|    10.6| 2.5|    .7|
  8    |     1M|     96M|     48M|     16M|     26M|    142M|     20M|   9M| 25M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9    |    51M|     15M|      8M|     21M|     29M|      3M|         |  1M| 11M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104   994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL                  BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 238| 202| 135| 225|                    180|     326|     205|     153|     138|
  %    | 20.5| 19.3| 14.5| 22.0|               19.2|    21.5|    18.1|    13.3|    11.7|
  2    | 580| 424| 315| 510|                    463|     593|     562|     557|     727|
  %    | 50.0| 40.5| 33.8| 49.9|               49.5|    39.1|    49.6|    48.4|    61.5|
  3    | 225| 192| 184| 165|                    169|     252|     138|     199|     201|
  %    | 19.4| 18.3| 19.7| 16.1|               18.1|    16.6|    12.2|    17.3|    17.0|
  4    |   84| 182| 200|     90|                 87|     217|     188|     186|     109|
  %    | 7.2| 17.4| 21.5| 8.8|                  9.3|    14.3|    16.6|    16.1|     9.2|
  5    |   33|   48|   98|   32|                 37|     127|      40|      57|       7|
  %    | 2.8| 4.6| 10.5| 3.1|                   4.0|     8.4|     3.5|     4.9|      .6|
  8    | 59M| 43M| 71M| 150M|                   74M|    176M|     16M|     15M|     18M|
       |      |     |     |     |                   |        |        |        |        |
  9    | 19M|    9M|   1M| 11M|                  2M|         |    49M|     15M|         |
       |      |     |     |     |                   |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183                   1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   83

V51    Elections make governm pay attention                                       (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    363|     159|     316|     415|     134|     305|     202|     372|
  %   |   35.7|    32.5|    27.4|    18.1|    10.0|    24.0|    20.7|    15.4|
  2   |    418|     190|     361|    1196|     585|     445|     499|    1366|
  %   |   41.1|    38.9|    31.3|    52.2|    43.7|    35.0|    51.1|    56.5|
  3   |    157|      88|     216|     313|     224|     128|     212|     341|
  %   |   15.4|    18.0|    18.7|    13.7|    16.7|    10.1|    21.7|    14.1|
  4   |     62|      35|     109|     297|     333|     234|      59|     284|
  %   |    6.1|     7.2|     9.5|    13.0|    24.9|    18.4|     6.0|    11.8|
  5   |     18|      17|     151|      70|      62|     161|       4|      53|
  %   |    1.8|     3.5|    13.1|     3.1|     4.6|    12.6|      .4|     2.2|
  8   |    20M|     11M|     92M|    195M|    150M|     18M|     13M|     70M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     5M|         |     4M|      8M|     17M|     21M|     11M|     32M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   84


V52     Others better informed than me

Location:      62      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14f I think most of the people are better informed about
the important political issues facing our country.

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |     28|     205|      96|   37|   92| 152|    97|   59|   34|
  %    |    1.3|     9.4|     9.4| 4.0| 7.2| 10.7| 9.0| 6.0| 2.7|
  2    |    225|     548|     274| 226| 323| 550| 331| 307| 216|
  %    |   10.7|    25.2|    26.9| 24.4| 25.4| 38.8| 30.8| 31.2| 17.4|
  3    |    562|     605|     286| 320| 348| 343| 231| 166| 415|
  %    |   26.8|    27.8|    28.1| 34.6| 27.3| 24.2| 21.5| 16.9| 33.4|
  4    |   1103|     674|     314| 300| 423| 326| 296| 402| 496|
  %    |   52.5|    31.0|    30.8| 32.4| 33.2| 23.0| 27.6| 40.9| 39.9|
  5    |    181|     142|      49|   43|   88|   46| 118|    49|   83|
  %    |    8.6|     6.5|     4.8| 4.6| 6.9| 3.2| 11.0| 5.0| 6.7|
  8    |     6M|    171M|     83M| 42M| 34M| 79M| 31M|       8M| 84M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    46M|     16M|      7M| 21M| 24M|     4M|      |  3M| 16M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     32|      67|     180|     225|      81|     330|      19|      30|      61|
  %    |    2.9|     6.5|    18.9|    21.6|     9.0|    22.0|     1.7|     2.6|     5.2|
  2    |    179|     273|     359|     474|     316|     493|     153|     177|     542|
  %    |   16.4|    26.4|    37.7|    45.5|    34.9|    32.9|    13.7|    15.3|    46.4|
  3    |    498|     268|     195|     205|     250|     307|     392|     332|     322|
  %    |   45.6|    25.9|    20.5|    19.7|    27.6|    20.5|    35.0|    28.6|    27.6|
  4    |    304|     367|     173|     120|     219|     288|     488|     447|     232|
  %    |   27.8|    35.4|    18.2|    11.5|    24.2|    19.2|    43.6|    38.6|    19.9|
  5    |     79|      61|      45|      18|      39|      82|      68|     173|      10|
  %    |    7.2|     5.9|     4.7|     1.7|     4.3|     5.5|     6.1|    14.9|      .9|
  8    |   132M|     59M|     52M|    132M|    106M|    191M|     26M|     11M|     33M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    14M|      5M|         |     9M|      1M|         |    52M|     12M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   85

V52    Others better informed than me                                             (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |     95|      61|     177|     269|     223|     364|      33|     139|
  %   |    9.5|    14.2|    16.1|    11.8|    15.8|    29.0|     3.6|     6.0|
  2   |    241|     127|     238|     875|     758|     404|     185|     444|
  %   |   24.2|    29.5|    21.7|    38.4|    53.9|    32.2|    20.4|    19.2|
  3   |    307|     154|     347|     579|     176|     282|     307|     636|
  %   |   30.8|    35.7|    31.6|    25.4|    12.5|    22.5|    33.9|    27.5|
  4   |    266|      70|     160|     490|     214|     158|     292|     969|
  %   |   26.7|    16.2|    14.6|    21.5|    15.2|    12.6|    32.2|    41.9|
  5   |     87|      19|     177|      64|      36|      47|      89|     123|
  %   |    8.7|     4.4|    16.1|     2.8|     2.6|     3.7|     9.8|     5.3|
  8   |    42M|     69M|    147M|    202M|     82M|     32M|     79M|    171M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     5M|         |     3M|     15M|     16M|     25M|     15M|     36M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   86


V53     Politicians keep promises

Location:      63      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14g People was elect as (MPs) try to keep the promises they
have made during the election

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |     36|      52|      22|   36|   45|   11|   17|                  27|      28|
  %    |    1.7|     2.4|     2.1| 3.8| 3.5|     .8| 1.6|                  2.8|     2.2|
  2    |    574|     413|     137| 185| 277| 142|      98|                 264|     343|
  %    |   27.5|    19.0|    13.2| 19.7| 21.8| 10.0| 9.0|                 27.0|    26.6|
  3    |    517|     542|     220| 265| 271| 264| 117|                     140|     464|
  %    |   24.7|    24.9|    21.3| 28.2| 21.3| 18.6| 10.7|                14.3|    35.9|
  4    |    736|     807|     421| 370| 502| 611| 313|                     406|     342|
  %    |   35.2|    37.1|    40.7| 39.3| 39.4| 43.0| 28.7|                41.5|    26.5|
  5    |    227|     362|     234|   85| 178| 394| 546|                    142|     114|
  %    |   10.9|    16.6|    22.6| 9.0| 14.0| 27.7| 50.0|                 14.5|     8.8|
  8    |     5M|    171M|     66M| 26M| 33M| 74M| 13M|                     13M|     40M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    56M|     14M|      9M| 22M| 26M|     4M|      |                 2M|     13M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     18|      14|      43|      41|      42|      39|      41|      17|      53|
  %    |    1.6|     1.4|     4.5|     4.0|     5.2|     2.5|     3.6|     1.5|     4.5|
  2    |    154|     147|     143|     138|     296|     137|     252|     277|     427|
  %    |   13.3|    14.3|    14.9|    13.4|    36.3|     8.9|    22.1|    24.2|    36.4|
  3    |    401|     287|     203|     209|     239|     237|     273|     336|     307|
  %    |   34.6|    27.9|    21.2|    20.3|    29.3|    15.4|    23.9|    29.3|    26.1|
  4    |    367|     400|     329|     437|     172|     561|     423|     364|     345|
  %    |   31.7|    38.9|    34.4|    42.5|    21.1|    36.5|    37.1|    31.8|    29.4|
  5    |    218|     180|     239|     204|      66|     561|     151|     152|      42|
  %    |   18.8|    17.5|    25.0|    19.8|     8.1|    36.5|    13.2|    13.3|     3.6|
  8    |    65M|     63M|     47M|    145M|    191M|    156M|     13M|     26M|     26M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    15M|      9M|         |     9M|      6M|         |    45M|     10M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   87

V53    Politicians keep promises                                                  (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |     26|      91|      57|      30|      13|      32|      31|      26|
  %   |    2.6|    20.3|     5.0|     1.3|      .9|     2.5|     3.2|     1.2|
  2   |    146|     130|     104|     340|     119|     224|     296|     561|
  %   |   14.4|    29.0|     9.1|    15.1|     8.7|    17.7|    30.9|    25.6|
  3   |    226|     136|     222|     389|     223|     252|     278|     757|
  %   |   22.3|    30.4|    19.4|    17.2|    16.2|    19.9|    29.0|    34.6|
  4   |    355|      58|     224|     963|     609|     446|     239|     709|
  %   |   35.0|    12.9|    19.6|    42.7|    44.4|    35.2|    24.9|    32.4|
  5   |    262|      33|     538|     535|     409|     313|     115|     138|
  %   |   25.8|     7.4|    47.0|    23.7|    29.8|    24.7|    12.0|     6.3|
  8   |    25M|     50M|    100M|    228M|    120M|     27M|     28M|    295M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     3M|      2M|      4M|      9M|     12M|     18M|     13M|     32M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   88


V54     Trust in civil servants

Location:      64      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.14 How much do you agree or disagree with each of the
following statements.
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.14h Most (civil servants) can be trusted to do what is
best for the country.

      1.   Strongly agree
      2.   Agree
      3.   Neither agree nor disagree
      4.   Disagree
      5.   Strongly disagree

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |     38|      39|      10|   18|   39|   13|   13|   54|   26|
  %    |    1.8|     1.8|     1.0| 2.0| 3.1|     .9| 1.2| 5.7| 2.1|
  2    |    503|     526|     161| 209| 214| 190| 100| 441| 443|
  %    |   24.1|    24.3|    16.0| 22.8| 16.9| 13.8| 9.4| 46.3| 35.4|
  3    |    581|     652|     256| 324| 326| 316| 173| 184| 468|
  %    |   27.8|    30.2|    25.5| 35.4| 25.8| 23.0| 16.2| 19.3| 37.4|
  4    |    745|     691|     350| 293| 492| 549| 328| 215| 246|
  %    |   35.6|    32.0|    34.9| 32.0| 39.0| 39.9| 30.7| 22.6| 19.6|
  5    |    223|     253|     227|   72| 192| 308| 455|      58|   69|
  %    |   10.7|    11.7|    22.6| 7.9| 15.2| 22.4| 42.6| 6.1| 5.5|
  8    |     7M|    184M|     96M| 51M| 43M| 122M| 35M| 39M| 80M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    54M|     16M|      9M| 22M| 26M|     2M|      |  3M| 12M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     15|      13|      39|      30|      37|      29|      25|      27|      45|
  %    |    1.3|     1.3|     4.2|     3.0|     4.3|     2.0|     2.2|     2.4|     3.8|
  2    |    121|     148|     186|     142|     195|     182|     251|     254|     439|
  %    |   10.7|    14.4|    20.0|    14.2|    22.7|    12.8|    22.4|    22.2|    37.4|
  3    |    363|     300|     241|     276|     290|     259|     344|     368|     357|
  %    |   32.1|    29.2|    25.9|    27.5|    33.8|    18.1|    30.7|    32.1|    30.4|
  4    |    367|     376|     313|     390|     265|     500|     378|     325|     304|
  %    |   32.4|    36.6|    33.6|    38.9|    30.9|    35.0|    33.8|    28.4|    25.9|
  5    |    266|     190|     153|     164|      71|     457|     121|     171|      30|
  %    |   23.5|    18.5|    16.4|    16.4|     8.3|    32.0|    10.8|    14.9|     2.6|
  8    |    91M|     58M|     72M|    174M|    147M|    264M|     24M|     22M|     25M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    15M|     15M|         |     7M|      7M|         |    55M|     15M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   89

V54    Trust in civil servants                                                    (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |     41|      84|      61|      35|      11|      39|      52|      44|
  %   |    4.1|    18.9|     5.3|     1.6|      .8|     3.1|     5.4|     2.0|
  2   |    214|     136|     153|     493|     287|     204|     302|     708|
  %   |   21.6|    30.6|    13.4|    22.8|    21.8|    16.2|    31.6|    31.4|
  3   |    307|     153|     250|     476|     293|     286|     246|     664|
  %   |   31.0|    34.5|    21.8|    22.0|    22.3|    22.7|    25.7|    29.5|
  4   |    263|      52|     215|     776|     519|     373|     264|     691|
  %   |   26.5|    11.7|    18.8|    35.8|    39.4|    29.6|    27.6|    30.7|
  5   |    166|      19|     466|     385|     206|     358|      93|     145|
  %   |   16.8|     4.3|    40.7|    17.8|    15.7|    28.4|     9.7|     6.4|
  8   |    46M|     56M|    101M|    320M|    177M|     34M|     29M|    237M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |     6M|         |     3M|      9M|     12M|     18M|     14M|     29M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P    96    - Role of Government III   Page   90


V55     Satisfied with democracy

Location:     65    MD1: 9
Width:         1    MD2: 8

Q.15 All in all, how well or badly do you think the system
of democracy in (R’s country) works these days?
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   It works well and needs no changes
      2.   It works well but needs some changes
      3.   It does not work well and needs a lot of changes
      4.   It does not work well and needs to be
           completely changed

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 154| 267|     14|   57|   57|   10|   17|   96| 131|
  %    | 7.5| 11.8| 1.3| 6.5| 4.6|       .7| 1.6| 10.2| 10.2|
  2    | 1555| 1612| 618| 563| 832| 306| 287| 666| 996|
  %    | 76.1| 71.4| 59.4| 64.3| 66.8| 21.8| 27.0| 70.6| 77.9|
  3    | 302| 347| 356| 216| 299| 771| 533| 150| 126|
  %    | 14.8| 15.4| 34.2| 24.7| 24.0| 55.0| 50.1| 15.9| 9.9|
  4    |   32|   32|   52|   40|   58| 316| 227|     31|   26|
  %    | 1.6| 1.4| 5.0| 4.6| 4.7| 22.5| 21.3| 3.3| 2.0|
  8    | 40M| 91M| 62M| 104M| 62M| 95M| 40M| 50M| 54M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 68M| 12M|     7M|   9M| 24M|    2M|      |  1M| 11M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |   68|   22|   24|   32|   16|   22|   29|   53| 133|
  %    | 5.8| 2.1| 2.6| 3.1| 1.8| 1.6| 2.7| 4.7| 12.0|
  2    | 632| 482| 433| 559| 371| 224| 700| 790| 503|
  %    | 54.0| 46.2| 46.8| 54.1| 42.9| 16.5| 64.2| 70.2| 45.4|
  3    | 400| 403| 385| 370| 339| 666| 308| 226| 305|
  %    | 34.2| 38.6| 41.6| 35.8| 39.2| 49.0| 28.3| 20.1| 27.5|
  4    |   70| 136|    84|   73| 139| 448|     53|   57| 167|
  %    | 6.0| 13.0| 9.1| 7.1| 16.1| 32.9| 4.9| 5.1| 15.1|
  8    | 61M| 50M| 77M| 145M| 144M| 331M| 66M| 50M| 92M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |   7M|   7M|   1M|   4M|   3M|      | 42M|   6M|      |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |   49|   71| 125|      205|      27|   52| 132| 131|
  %    | 4.9| 16.8| 11.4|      8.9|     2.0| 4.1| 14.3| 5.6|
  2    | 663| 191| 678|       1239|     526| 801| 574| 1841|
  %    | 65.9| 45.3| 62.1|    53.6|    39.9| 63.0| 62.1| 78.2|
  3    | 225| 125| 252|        607|     604| 320| 195| 332|
  %    | 22.4| 29.6| 23.1|    26.3|    45.8| 25.2| 21.1| 14.1|
  4    |   69|   35|   37|     261|     162|   99|   23|   51|
  %    | 6.9| 8.3| 3.4|       11.3|    12.3| 7.8| 2.5| 2.2|
  8    | 36M| 76M| 152M|      176M|    186M| 27M| 73M| 133M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
  9    |   1M|   2M|   5M|      6M|         | 13M|   3M| 30M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96    - Role of Government III                  Page   91


V56     Reduce taxes or more social services

Location:      66      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.16 If the government had a choice between reducing taxes
or spending more on (social services), which do you think
it should do?
(We mean all taxes together, including wage deductions,
income tax, tax on goods and services and all the rest).
(Please tick one box only)

      1. Reduce taxes, even if this means spending
         less on (social services)
      2. Spend more on (social services), even if this
         means higher taxes

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1110|    1218|     312| 205| 408| 855| 567| 598| 358|
  %    |   61.3|    68.4|    39.5| 27.4| 40.1| 70.5| 61.3| 67.6| 40.7|
  2    |    700|     562|     478| 543| 610| 358| 358| 287| 521|
  %    |   38.7|    31.6|    60.5| 72.6| 59.9| 29.5| 38.7| 32.4| 59.3|
  8    |   288M|    562M|    308M| 230M| 292M| 269M| 179M| 106M| 434M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    53M|     19M|     11M| 11M| 22M| 18M|         |  3M| 31M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO            PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 544| 301| 358|             346|     287|     354|     453|     552|     800|
  %    | 56.0| 40.0| 48.3|         54.3|    36.1|    34.3|    49.5|    61.3|    78.1|
  2    | 427| 452| 383|             291|     507|     677|     462|     348|     224|
  %    | 44.0| 60.0| 51.7|         45.7|    63.9|    65.7|    50.5|    38.7|    21.9|
  8    | 252M| 325M| 262M|         537M|    218M|    660M|    236M|    260M|    176M|
       |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    | 15M| 22M|     1M|           9M|         |        |    47M|     22M|         |
       |      |     |     |             |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004            1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


         IL-J IL-A      J             E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    | 493| 229| 329|             829|     318|     769|     162|    1074|
  %    | 57.3| 61.6| 37.1|         43.7|    28.6|    73.9|    19.3|    58.6|
  2    | 367| 143| 557|            1069|     792|     271|     677|     759|
  %    | 42.7| 38.4| 62.9|         56.3|    71.4|    26.1|    80.7|    41.4|
  8    | 181M| 122M| 332M|         587M|    384M|    259M|    150M|    656M|
       |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |        |
  9    |   2M|   6M| 31M|            9M|     11M|     13M|     11M|     29M|
       |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1043   500 1249           2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   92


V57     Taxes for high incomes

Location:      67      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.17 Generally, how would you describe taxes in (R’s country)
today?
(Again we mean all taxes together, including wage deductions,
income tax, tax on goods and services and all the rest).
(Please tick one box only)
Q.17a First for those with high incomes, are taxes ...

      1.   Much too high
      2.   Too high
      3.   About right
      4.   Too low
      5.   Much too low

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I                  IRL        N
  1    |    103|      77|      22|   36| 140|    68| 145|                  225|      77|
  %    |    4.9|     3.6|     2.3| 4.0| 11.5| 5.1| 14.1|                  23.6|     6.1|
  2    |    359|     298|      70| 125| 310| 199| 153|                     290|     233|
  %    |   17.2|    14.1|     7.2| 14.0| 25.5| 15.0| 14.8|                30.4|    18.5|
  3    |    561|     620|     150| 306| 296| 313| 210|                     222|     366|
  %    |   26.9|    29.3|    15.4| 34.3| 24.3| 23.6| 20.3|                23.3|    29.0|
  4    |    793|     843|     436| 354| 360| 433| 309|                     158|     437|
  %    |   38.0|    39.8|    44.8| 39.7| 29.6| 32.7| 29.9|                16.6|    34.7|
  5    |    271|     279|     295|   70| 112| 312| 215|                     59|     148|
  %    |   13.0|    13.2|    30.3| 7.9| 9.2| 23.5| 20.8|                   6.2|    11.7|
  8    |        |   228M|    128M| 80M| 87M| 173M| 72M|                    40M|     60M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
  9    |    64M|     16M|      8M| 18M| 27M|     2M|      |                    |    23M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |                    |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104                     994     1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     70|      43|      30|     153|      26|     147|      83|     120|     133|
  %    |    6.1|     4.7|     3.2|    15.4|     3.3|    11.8|     7.9|    11.1|    11.9|
  2    |    139|     115|      81|     267|      60|     194|     205|     229|     403|
  %    |   12.1|    12.5|     8.7|    26.8|     7.7|    15.5|    19.6|    21.2|    36.0|
  3    |    222|     313|     206|     252|     162|     404|     358|     247|     429|
  %    |   19.4|    34.0|    22.2|    25.3|    20.7|    32.3|    34.2|    22.8|    38.3|
  4    |    459|     320|     428|     236|     301|     292|     355|     397|     137|
  %    |   40.0|    34.7|    46.2|    23.7|    38.5|    23.3|    33.9|    36.7|    12.2|
  5    |    257|     130|     182|      87|     232|     214|      45|      88|      18|
  %    |   22.4|    14.1|    19.6|     8.7|    29.7|    17.1|     4.3|     8.1|     1.6|
  8    |    75M|    173M|     77M|    181M|    226M|    440M|     72M|     78M|     80M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    16M|      6M|         |     7M|      5M|         |    80M|     23M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   93

V57    Taxes for high incomes                                                     (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    144|     233|     111|      99|      59|     150|      14|      47|
  %   |   14.4|    46.8|    10.6|     5.0|     4.9|    12.2|     1.6|     2.1|
  2   |    255|      74|     142|     311|     167|     242|      73|     139|
  %   |   25.4|    14.9|    13.6|    15.6|    14.0|    19.6|     8.3|     6.1|
  3   |    288|     104|     267|     561|     459|     272|     318|     440|
  %   |   28.7|    20.9|    25.5|    28.2|    38.5|    22.1|    36.3|    19.2|
  4   |    252|      68|     243|     792|     363|     395|     393|    1028|
  %   |   25.1|    13.7|    23.2|    39.8|    30.4|    32.0|    44.9|    44.9|
  5   |     64|      19|     284|     228|     145|     174|      77|     637|
  %   |    6.4|     3.8|    27.1|    11.5|    12.2|    14.1|     8.8|    27.8|
  8   |        |        |   196M|    500M|    308M|     68M|    119M|    187M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |    40M|      2M|      6M|      3M|      4M|     11M|      6M|     40M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III          Page   94


V58     Taxes for middle incomes

Location:      68      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.17 Generally, how would you describe taxes in (R’s country)
today?
Q.17b Next for those with middle incomes, are taxes ...
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   Much too high
      2.   Too high
      3.   About right
      4.   Too low
      5.   Much too low

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS    D-W   D-E    GB   USA    H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 192| 190|      55|   45| 208| 147| 313| 362| 135|
  %    | 9.2| 8.6| 5.5| 4.9| 16.7| 10.9| 29.4| 37.3| 11.1|
  2    | 881| 1059| 395| 244| 615| 680| 508| 438| 473|
  %    | 42.1| 47.9| 39.7| 26.8| 49.4| 50.5| 47.7| 45.1| 38.8|
  3    | 923| 918| 484| 541| 394| 394| 217| 152| 588|
  %    | 44.1| 41.5| 48.6| 59.5| 31.6| 29.3| 20.4| 15.7| 48.2|
  4    |   90|    43|   52|   73|   27| 118|   24|   19|   21|
  %    | 4.3| 1.9| 5.2| 8.0| 2.2| 8.8| 2.3| 2.0| 1.7|
  5    |    8|     3|   10|    7|    2|   8|    2|      |   2|
  %    |   .4|    .1| 1.0|    .8|   .2|  .6|   .2|      |  .2|
  8    |      | 132M| 106M| 61M| 54M| 151M| 40M| 23M| 42M|
       |      |      |     |     |     |    |     |     |     |
  9    | 57M| 16M|      7M| 18M| 32M|    2M|      |     | 83M|
       |      |      |     |     |     |    |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109      989 1332 1500 1104     994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |     95|      57|   42| 165|    97| 243|      110|     288|   86|
  %    |    8.2|     6.0| 4.6| 15.9| 11.6| 18.1|     10.1|    25.6| 7.5|
  2    |    394|     293| 258| 505| 333| 532|         451|     546| 422|
  %    |   34.1|    30.7| 28.2| 48.6| 39.7| 39.7|    41.3|    48.5| 37.0|
  3    |    628|     541| 522| 336| 374| 518|         503|     277| 528|
  %    |   54.4|    56.7| 57.1| 32.3| 44.6| 38.6|    46.1|    24.6| 46.3|
  4    |     34|      57|   81|   33|   27|   39|      26|      13|   94|
  %    |    2.9|     6.0| 8.9| 3.2| 3.2| 2.9|         2.4|     1.2| 8.2|
  5    |      3|       6|   11|    1|    7|    9|       1|       2|   10|
  %    |     .3|      .6| 1.2|    .1|   .8|   .7|      .1|      .2|   .9|
  8    |    61M|    140M| 90M| 135M| 170M| 350M|      41M|     39M| 60M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |        |     |
  9    |    23M|      6M|      |  8M|   4M|      |    66M|     17M|      |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |        |        |     |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012 1691         1198     1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III     Page   95

V58    Taxes for middle incomes                                             (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F    CY    CH
  1   |    187|     225|     203|     236|     150|     393|   50| 176|
  %   |   18.3|    45.3|    18.4|    11.1|    11.7|    30.7| 5.2| 7.3|
  2   |    524|     128|     421|    1033|     697|     608| 332| 931|
  %   |   51.2|    25.8|    38.2|    48.6|    54.5|    47.5| 34.7| 38.7|
  3   |    280|      99|     430|     774|     393|     258| 552| 1261|
  %   |   27.4|    19.9|    39.1|    36.4|    30.7|    20.1| 57.7| 52.5|
  4   |     25|      19|      28|      76|      32|      19|   20|   32|
  %   |    2.4|     3.8|     2.5|     3.6|     2.5|     1.5| 2.1| 1.3|
  5   |      7|      26|      19|       7|       8|       3|    3|    3|
  %   |     .7|     5.2|     1.7|      .3|      .6|      .2|   .3|   .1|
  8   |        |        |   141M|    363M|    221M|     20M| 37M| 85M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
  9   |    20M|      3M|      7M|      5M|      4M|     11M|   6M| 30M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III           Page   96


V59     Taxes for low incomes

Location:      69      MD1: 9
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.17 Generally, how would you describe taxes in (R’s country)
today?
Q.17c Lastly, for those with low incomes, are taxes ...
(Please tick one box only)

      1.   Much too high
      2.   Too high
      3.   About right
      4.   Too low
      5.   Much too low

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused


          AUS    D-W   D-E    GB        USA        H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 369| 772| 456| 231|            292|     687| 772| 511| 349|
  %    | 17.6| 35.0| 44.4| 25.3|       24.2|    50.5| 72.6| 52.4| 27.5|
  2    | 937| 1066| 436| 445|           493|     447| 219| 340| 586|
  %    | 44.7| 48.4| 42.5| 48.8|       40.9|    32.8| 20.6| 34.9| 46.3|
  3    | 755| 356| 132| 225|            368|     121|   62| 116| 321|
  %    | 36.0| 16.2| 12.9| 24.7|       30.5|     8.9| 5.8| 11.9| 25.3|
  4    |   27|     7|    2|   10|        46|      51|    4|    7|    9|
  %    | 1.3|     .3|   .2| 1.1|        3.8|     3.7|   .4|   .7|   .7|
  5    |    8|     3|      |   1|         7|      55|    6|    1|    2|
  %    |   .4|    .1|      |  .1|        .6|     4.0|   .6|   .1|   .2|
  8    |      | 143M| 75M| 57M|         89M|    137M| 41M| 19M| 62M|
       |      |      |     |     |          |        |     |     |     |
  9    | 55M| 14M|      8M| 20M|        37M|      2M|      |     | 15M|
       |      |      |     |     |          |        |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109      989       1332     1500 1104    994 1344


              S       CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ       CDN       RP
  1    |    396|     307| 425| 519| 440| 749| 225|           280|     147|
  %    |   34.0|    31.6| 44.4| 48.1| 49.5| 52.9| 20.7|     25.8|    13.0|
  2    |    564|     453| 426| 483| 309| 420| 470|           443|     423|
  %    |   48.4|    46.6| 44.5| 44.7| 34.8| 29.7| 43.2|     40.8|    37.3|
  3    |    196|     195|   93|   71| 139| 221| 380|         336|     312|
  %    |   16.8|    20.0| 9.7| 6.6| 15.6| 15.6| 34.9|       30.9|    27.5|
  4    |      7|      15|   11|    3|    1|   20|   12|       25|     185|
  %    |     .6|     1.5| 1.1|    .3|   .1| 1.4| 1.1|        2.3|    16.3|
  5    |      3|       3|    2|    4|      |   5|    1|        2|      66|
  %    |     .3|      .3|   .2|   .4|      |  .4|   .1|       .2|     5.8|
  8    |    60M|    120M| 47M| 95M| 118M| 276M| 55M|         75M|     67M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |         |        |
  9    |    12M|      7M|      |  8M|   5M|      | 55M|      21M|         |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |         |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198           1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III           Page   97

V59    Taxes for low incomes                                                      (continued)


          IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1   |    355|     250|     446|     867|     703|     480|     150|     565|
  %   |   35.0|    50.4|    41.4|    39.4|    51.4|    38.8|    16.1|    24.3|
  2   |    345|      85|     377|     959|     546|     385|     348|    1004|
  %   |   34.0|    17.1|    35.0|    43.6|    39.9|    31.1|    37.5|    43.2|
  3   |    261|     105|     204|     320|     101|     280|     411|     728|
  %   |   25.7|    21.2|    18.9|    14.6|     7.4|    22.6|    44.2|    31.4|
  4   |     37|      23|      23|      34|       8|      81|      15|      20|
  %   |    3.6|     4.6|     2.1|     1.5|      .6|     6.5|     1.6|      .9|
  5   |     17|      33|      28|      19|      10|      11|       5|       5|
  %   |    1.7|     6.7|     2.6|      .9|      .7|      .9|      .5|      .2|
  8   |        |        |   168M|    292M|    133M|     65M|     65M|    164M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9   |    28M|      4M|      3M|      3M|      4M|     10M|      6M|     32M|
      |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum       1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P     96   - Role of Government III      Page   98


V60     Government vs private: Electricity

Location:   70    MD1: 0
Width:       1    MD2: 8

Q.18 Do you think each of the following should mainly be run
by private organisations or companies, or by government?
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.18A Electricity <USA: electric power>

      1. Mainly run by private organisations
      2. Mainly run by government

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    | 751| 1148| 265| 387| 932|       94| 671| 472| 550|
  %    | 37.0| 56.0| 27.2| 44.2| 79.7| 6.7| 66.0| 50.1| 46.3|
  2    | 1279| 903| 710| 488| 237| 1318| 346| 471| 638|
  %    | 63.0| 44.0| 72.8| 55.8| 20.3| 93.3| 34.0| 49.9| 53.7|
  8    | 99M| 300M| 131M| 100M| 131M| 87M| 87M| 50M| 147M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 22M| 10M|     3M| 14M| 32M|     1M|      |  1M|   9M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG       RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 384| 190| 113| 179|       90|       92| 563| 590| 356|
  %    | 35.7| 18.9| 12.3| 17.9| 9.8|       5.8| 50.8| 54.7| 32.9|
  2    | 692| 815| 804| 823| 828|          1489| 546| 489| 726|
  %    | 64.3| 81.1| 87.7| 82.1| 90.2|     94.2| 49.2| 45.3| 67.1|
  8    | 149M| 90M| 87M| 170M| 94M|        110M| 68M| 93M| 118M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
  9    | 13M|    5M|      | 11M|      |         | 21M| 10M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012          1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E    LV     F    CY     CH
  1    | 515| 296| 843|        738| 141| 689| 204|          |
  %    | 53.6| 66.1| 81.6|    38.7| 9.9| 56.6| 22.9|        |
  2    | 446| 152| 190|       1168| 1286| 528| 687|         |
  %    | 46.4| 33.9| 18.4|    61.3| 90.1| 43.4| 77.1|       |
  8    | 80M| 51M| 208M|      588M| 72M| 76M| 102M|         |
       |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |      |
  9    |   2M|   1M|   8M|         |  6M| 19M|    7M|       |
       |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |        |     |     |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96    - Role of Government III   Page   99


V61     Govt vs private: Hospitals

Location:      71      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.18 Do you think each of the following should mainly be run
by private organisations or companies, or by government?
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.18B Hospitals

      1. Mainly run by private organisations
      2. Mainly run by government

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    425|     788| 139| 100| 853| 129| 522| 252| 103|
  %    |   21.4|    37.2| 13.6| 11.1| 73.8| 9.1| 50.4| 26.6| 8.2|
  2    |   1564|    1330| 881| 797| 303| 1293| 513| 695| 1159|
  %    |   78.6|    62.8| 86.4| 88.9| 26.2| 90.9| 49.6| 73.4| 91.8|
  8    |   138M|    237M| 86M| 77M| 139M| 75M| 69M| 45M| 67M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    24M|      6M|   3M| 15M| 37M|     3M|      |  2M| 15M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |   72| 176| 142| 194| 109|       81| 210| 282| 255|
  %    | 6.2| 16.9| 15.0| 18.8| 11.7| 5.1| 18.6| 25.6| 23.1|
  2    | 1086| 867| 803| 836| 822| 1522| 920| 821| 850|
  %    | 93.8| 83.1| 85.0| 81.2| 88.3| 94.9| 81.4| 74.4| 76.9|
  8    | 67M| 50M| 59M| 140M| 81M| 88M| 48M| 69M| 95M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 13M|    7M|      | 13M|      |     | 20M| 10M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J          E       LV     F    CY     CH
  1    | 292| 142| 609|          440|     205| 326| 123|         |
  %    | 29.7| 30.2| 58.0|      20.8|    14.6| 26.6| 13.6|       |
  2    | 690| 328| 441|         1677|    1195| 901| 782|         |
  %    | 70.3| 69.8| 42.0|      79.2|    85.4| 73.4| 86.4|       |
  8    | 58M| 27M| 194M|        377M|     90M| 65M| 88M|         |
       |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |      |
  9    |   3M|   3M|   5M|           |    15M| 20M|    7M|       |
       |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |      |
  0    |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |2518M|
       |      |    |      |          |        |     |     |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249        2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96    - Role of Government III       Page   100


V62     Govt vs private: Banking

Location:      72      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.18 Do you think each of the following should mainly be run
by private organisations or companies, or by government?
(Please tick one box on each line)

Q.18C Banks

      1. Mainly run by private organisations
      2. Mainly run by government

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. CH: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1402|    1478|     383| 652| 902| 403| 729| 530| 797|
  %    |   71.2|    73.1|    41.1| 78.1| 77.9| 29.7| 74.5| 58.2| 69.4|
  2    |    568|     544|     548| 183| 256| 956| 249| 381| 351|
  %    |   28.8|    26.9|    58.9| 21.9| 22.1| 70.3| 25.5| 41.8| 30.6|
  8    |   154M|    330M|    175M| 140M| 133M| 133M| 126M| 80M| 176M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    |    27M|      9M|      3M| 14M| 41M|     8M|      |  3M| 20M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109   989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 653| 244| 262| 299| 200| 192| 873| 769| 444|
  %    | 63.3| 24.3| 28.4| 30.3| 22.9| 13.3| 81.4| 73.0| 41.8|
  2    | 378| 760| 660| 688| 673| 1257| 200| 285| 618|
  %    | 36.7| 75.7| 71.6| 69.7| 77.1| 86.7| 18.6| 27.0| 58.2|
  8    | 192M| 85M| 82M| 180M| 139M| 242M| 96M| 116M| 138M|
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  9    | 15M| 11M|        | 16M|      |     | 29M| 12M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J             E       LV        F       CY     CH
  1    | 571| 185| 756|            1040|     313|     923|     561|       |
  %    | 59.2| 45.0| 74.9|         55.5|    23.1|    78.0|    63.9|       |
  2    | 394| 226| 253|             834|    1040|     260|     317|       |
  %    | 40.8| 55.0| 25.1|         44.5|    76.9|    22.0|    36.1|       |
  8    | 76M| 88M| 235M|           620M|    137M|    104M|    114M|       |
       |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |      |
  9    |   2M|   1M|   5M|              |    15M|     25M|      8M|       |
       |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |      |
  0    |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |2518M|
       |      |    |      |             |        |        |        |      |
Sum      1043   500 1249           2494     1505     1312     1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III              Page   101


V63     Keep down inflation vers unemployment

Location:      73      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.19 If the government had to choose between keeping down
inflation or keeping down unemployment to which do you think
it should give highest priority?
(Please tick one box only)

      1. Keeping down inflation
      2. Keeping down unemployment

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. GB,N,S,BG,RP,CY: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E     GB    USA          H     I   IRL      N
  1    |    817|    1223|     463|       | 528|        721| 233| 318|         |
  %    |   42.4|    61.8|    53.4|       | 47.0|      54.8| 22.4| 34.0|       |
  2    |   1112|     757|     404|       | 596|        595| 805| 617|         |
  %    |   57.6|    38.2|    46.6|       | 53.0|      45.2| 77.6| 66.0|       |
  8    |   197M|    375M|    240M|       | 177M|      169M| 66M| 57M|         |
       |        |        |        |      |      |          |     |     |      |
  9    |    25M|      6M|      2M|       | 31M|        15M|      |  2M|       |
       |        |        |        |      |      |          |     |     |      |
  0    |        |        |        | 989M|       |          |     |     |1344M|
       |        |        |        |      |      |          |     |     |      |
Sum        2151     2361     1109    989 1332         1500 1104    994 1344


            S         CZ      SLO       PL     BG      RUS       NZ      CDN     RP
  1    |      |      569|     425|     347|       |    575|     495|     398|       |
  %    |      |     64.9|    49.5|    47.1|       |   44.0|    47.6|    39.5|       |
  2    |      |      308|     433|     390|       |    731|     546|     610|       |
  %    |      |     35.1|    50.5|    52.9|       |   56.0|    52.4|    60.5|       |
  8    |      |     206M|    146M|    433M|       |   385M|    138M|    161M|       |
       |      |          |        |        |      |        |        |        |      |
  9    |      |      17M|         |    13M|       |        |    19M|     13M|       |
       |      |          |        |        |      |        |        |        |      |
  0    |1238M|           |        |        |1012M|         |        |        |1200M|
       |      |          |        |        |      |        |        |        |      |
Sum      1238       1100     1004     1183 1012       1691     1198     1182 1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV     F     CY          CH
  1    |    386|      75|     473|     470|     370| 221|        |       715|
  %    |   46.3|    20.6|    50.2|    21.5|    30.0| 18.3|       |      34.9|
  2    |    447|     289|     469|    1713|     864| 984|        |      1332|
  %    |   53.7|    79.4|    49.8|    78.5|    70.0| 81.7|       |      65.1|
  8    |   194M|    115M|    295M|    302M|    233M| 99M|        |      445M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |      |           |
  9    |    16M|     21M|     12M|      9M|     38M|   8M|       |       26M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |      |           |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |     |1000M|            |
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |      |           |
Sum        1043      500     1249     2494     1505 1312 1000           2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                Page   102


V64     Same taxation:same o less social service

Location:      74      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Q.20 Suppose the level of (taxation) in (R’s country) stays
the same as it is now. Should the government ...
(Please tick one box only)

      1. Spend the same amount as now on (social services),
         even if this means the national deficit or debt
         stays as it is
      2. Spend less than now on (social services), so that
         the national deficit or debt can be reduced?

      8. Can’t choose, don’t know
      9. NA, refused
      0. D,GB,N,S,BG,RP,J,CY: Not available


            AUS    D-W   D-E    GB    USA                  H        I   IRL      N
  1    |    887|       |     |     | 685|                804|     503| 564|        |
  %    |   46.5|       |     |     | 63.1|              68.3|    54.1| 64.7|       |
  2    |   1021|       |     |     | 400|                373|     426| 308|        |
  %    |   53.5|       |     |     | 36.9|              31.7|    45.9| 35.3|       |
  8    |   214M|       |     |     | 209M|              292M|    175M| 107M|       |
       |        |      |     |     |      |                  |        |     |      |
  9    |    29M|       |     |     | 38M|                31M|         | 15M|       |
       |        |      |     |     |      |                  |        |     |      |
  0    |        |2361M|1109M| 989M|       |                  |        |     |1344M|
       |        |      |     |     |      |                  |        |     |      |
Sum        2151 2361 1109      989 1332                 1500     1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL     BG        RUS       NZ      CDN     RP
  1    |      |      481|     510|     430|       |      784|     654|     440|       |
  %    |      |     56.7|    66.8|    67.6|       |     77.3|    63.4|    44.3|       |
  2    |      |      367|     254|     206|       |      230|     378|     554|       |
  %    |      |     43.3|    33.2|    32.4|       |     22.7|    36.6|    55.7|       |
  8    |      |     243M|    240M|    536M|       |     677M|    141M|    176M|       |
       |      |          |        |        |      |          |        |        |      |
  9    |      |       9M|         |    11M|       |          |    25M|     12M|       |
       |      |          |        |        |      |          |        |        |      |
  0    |1238M|           |        |        |1012M|           |        |        |1200M|
       |      |          |        |        |      |          |        |        |      |
Sum      1238       1100     1004     1183 1012         1691     1198     1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J                E       LV        F     CY         CH
  1    | 462| 272|        |           1018|     801|     521|       |     1266|
  %    | 57.3| 71.6|      |           57.8|    75.8|    47.6|       |     61.0|
  2    | 344| 108|        |            742|     256|     574|       |      810|
  %    | 42.7| 28.4|      |           42.2|    24.2|    52.4|       |     39.0|
  8    | 201M| 112M|      |           712M|    297M|    202M|       |     417M|
       |      |    |      |                |        |        |      |          |
  9    | 36M|    8M|      |            22M|    151M|     15M|       |      25M|
       |      |    |      |                |        |        |      |          |
  0    |      |    |1249M|                 |        |        |1000M|           |
       |      |    |      |                |        |        |      |          |
Sum      1043   500 1249              2494     1505     1312 1000         2518
ZA-No. 2900                  I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   103


V65     Tax per year: average wages

Location:   75      MD1: 0000000
Width:       7      MD2: 9999998

Q.21a How much tax per year, if any, (do) you think someone
who earns (average annual wage of full-time unskilled
worker) should pay?
We mean all taxes that are deducted from a person’s wages,
such as (wage deductions) and (peronal income tax).
(Please write in amount or tick box if ’none’ or don’t know)

AUS: Average wages = $ 25 000
NZ : Average wages = $ 20 000
     The base income value used in this question was the
     median average wage of a full-time unskilled worker
     ($20.369), taken from the 1991 New Zealand Census
H : Average wages = 20 000 Hft
I : Average wages = Lt 26 500 000 (in thous. Lt)
RUS: Average wages in thous. RUR
E : Average wages = Pts 1 500 000
CZ : Average wages = 5 000 CZK monthly (transformed to yearly)
PL : Average wages = 10 000 new Zloty

        ..       $
      0000001.   RUS: 1 000 RUR
      0000050.   RUS: 50 000 RUR
      0001000.   I: 1 000 000 Lire
      9999996.   E: 10 000 000 and more

      9999997. None, no tax, nothing at all

      9999998. Don’t know, can’t choose
      9999999. NA, refused
      0000000. Not available


V66     Tax per year: Twice average wages=b

Location:   82      MD1: 0000000
Width:       7      MD2: 9999998

Q.21b And what about someone who earns (twice the amount
at a.)? How much tax should they pay per year?
(Please write in amount or tick box if ’none’ or don’t know)

AUS:   Average   wages   =   $ 50 000
NZ :   Average   wages   =   $ 40 000
H :    Average   wages   =   40 000 Hft
I :    Average   wages   =   Lt 53 000 000
E :    Average   wages   =   Pts 3 000 000
CZ :   Average   wages   =   10 000 CZK monthly (transf. to yearly)
PL :   Average   wages   =   20 000 new Zloty

        ..       $
      0000001.   RUS: 1 000 RUR
      0000150.   RUS: 150 000 RUR
      0010000.   I: 10 000 000 Lire
      9999996.   E: 10 000 000 and more

      9999997. None, no tax, nothing at all

      9999998. Don’t know, can’t choose
      9999999. NA, refused
      0000000. Not available
ZA-No. 2900                  I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   104


V67     Tax per year: Twice wages b=c

Location:   89      MD1: 0000000
Width:       7      MD2: 9999998

Q.21c And what about someone who earns (twice the amount
at b.)? How much tax should they pay per year?
(Please write in amount or tick box if ’none’ or don’t know)

AUS:   Average   wages   =   $ 100 000
NZ :   Average   wages   =   $ 80 000
H :    Average   wages   =   80 000 Hft
I :    Average   wages   =   Lt 106 000 000
E :    Average   wages   =   Pts 6 000 000
CZ :   Average   wages   =   20 000 CZK monthly (transf. to yearly)
PL :   Average   wages   =   40 000 new Zloty

        ..       $
      0000005.   RUS: 5 000 RUR
      0000500.   RUS: 500 000 RUR
      0010000.   I: 10 000 000 Lire
      9999996.   E: 10 000 000 and more

      9999997. None, no tax, nothing at all

      9999998. Don’t know, can’t choose
      9999999. NA, refused
      0000000. Not available


V68     Tax per year: Twice wages c

Location:   96      MD1: 0000000
Width:       7      MD2: 9999998

Q.21d And what about someone who earns (twice the amount
at c.)? How much tax should they pay per year?
(Please write in amount or tick box if ’none’ or don’t know)

AUS:   Average   wages   =   $ 200 000
NZ :   Average   wages   =   $ 160 000
H :    Average   wages   =   160 000 Hft
I :    Average   wages   =   Lt 212 000 000
E :    Average   wages   =   Pts 12 000 000
CZ :   Average   wages   =   40 000 CZK monthly (transf. to yearly)
PL :   Average   wages   =   80 000 new Zloty

        ..       $
      0000010.   RUS: 10 000 RUR
      0002000.   RUS: 2 000 000 RUR
      0100000.   I: 100 000 000 Lire
      9999996.   E: 10 000 000 and more

      9999997. None, no tax, nothing at all

      9999998. Don’t know, can’t choose
      9999999. NA, refused
      0000000. Not available
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III    Page   105


V200    <SEX> R: Sex

Location:     200      MD1: 9
Width:          1

Sex of Respondent

      1. Male
      2. Female

      9. NA, refused


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1020|    1181| 529| 402| 597| 700| 532| 488| 699|
  %    |   48.7|    50.0| 47.7| 40.6| 44.8| 46.7| 48.2| 49.1| 52.0|
  2    |   1075|    1180| 580| 587| 735| 800| 572| 506| 645|
  %    |   51.3|    50.0| 52.3| 59.4| 55.2| 53.3| 51.8| 50.9| 48.0|
  9    |    56M|         |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 626| 543| 455| 505| 499| 756| 557| 625| 600|
  %    | 50.6| 49.4| 45.4| 42.7| 49.3| 44.7| 47.0| 53.5| 50.0|
  2    | 612| 557| 547| 678| 513| 935| 629| 544| 600|
  %    | 49.4| 50.6| 54.6| 57.3| 50.7| 55.3| 53.0| 46.5| 50.0|
  9    |      |     |  2M|      |     |     | 12M| 13M|       |
       |      |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 483| 290| 565| 1196| 761| 771| 496| 1174|
  %    | 46.4| 58.0| 45.2| 48.0| 50.6| 58.8| 49.6| 46.6|
  2    | 559| 210| 684| 1297| 744| 541| 504| 1344|
  %    | 53.6| 42.0| 54.8| 52.0| 49.4| 41.2| 50.4| 53.4|
  9    |   1M|     |      |  1M|      |     |     |     |
       |      |    |      |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P       96   - Role of Government III                  Page   106


V201    <AGE> R: Age

Location:     201      MD1: 99
Width:          2

Age of Respondent

<The data are recoded to a ’common core standard’ only for
presentation in the codebook. The dataset contains the
variable unchanged.>

      14.    14 years
      74.    I,LV: 74 years
      96.    96 years

      99.    NA, refused

Categories

      01.    Up   to 17    years
      02.    18   - 24     years
      03.    25   - 34     years
      04.    35   - 44     years
      05.    45   - 54     years
      06.    55   - 64     years
      07.    65   - 74     years
      08.    75   years    or more

      99.    NA, refused


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     49|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |    3.6|
  2    |     52|     244|      91|      62|     137|     182|     158|      96|     163|
  %    |    2.5|    10.3|     8.2|     6.3|    10.3|    12.1|    14.3|     9.7|    12.1|
  3    |    231|     523|     191|     213|     307|     276|     235|     198|     290|
  %    |   11.0|    22.2|    17.3|    21.6|    23.1|    18.4|    21.3|    19.9|    21.6|
  4    |    459|     435|     238|     194|     324|     324|     188|     209|     241|
  %    |   21.9|    18.4|    21.5|    19.7|    24.3|    21.6|    17.0|    21.0|    17.9|
  5    |    503|     401|     174|     170|     232|     263|     174|     191|     255|
  %    |   24.0|    17.0|    15.7|    17.2|    17.4|    17.5|    15.8|    19.2|    19.0|
  6    |    336|     394|     213|     124|     138|     211|     160|     143|     161|
  %    |   16.0|    16.7|    19.2|    12.6|    10.4|    14.1|    14.5|    14.4|    12.0|
  7    |    385|     243|     136|     127|     107|     161|     189|      97|     148|
  %    |   18.4|    10.3|    12.3|    12.9|     8.0|    10.7|    17.1|     9.8|    11.0|
  8    |    132|     118|      64|      97|      86|      83|         |     60|      37|
  %    |    6.3|     5.0|     5.8|     9.8|     6.5|     5.5|         |    6.0|     2.8|
 99    |    53M|      3M|      2M|      2M|      1M|         |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P       96    - Role of Government III                   Page   107

V201    R: Age                                                                              (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL        BG     RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |        |        |        |        |        |     34|         |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |    2.0|         |        |        |
  2    |    112|      82|     143|     133|      89|     255|      94|     124|     197|
  %    |    9.0|     7.5|    14.3|    11.2|     8.9|    15.1|     8.0|    11.2|    16.4|
  3    |    230|     164|     172|     189|     161|     317|     188|     283|     283|
  %    |   18.6|    15.0|    17.2|    16.0|    16.1|    18.7|    15.9|    25.5|    23.6|
  4    |    231|     203|     222|     289|     197|     368|     265|     255|     279|
  %    |   18.7|    18.6|    22.2|    24.4|    19.7|    21.8|    22.4|    23.0|    23.3|
  5    |    259|     233|     161|     203|     192|     232|     248|     208|     181|
  %    |   20.9|    21.3|    16.1|    17.2|    19.2|    13.7|    21.0|    18.7|    15.1|
  6    |    191|     171|     160|     162|     155|     265|     184|     101|     157|
  %    |   15.4|    15.6|    16.0|    13.7|    15.5|    15.7|    15.6|     9.1|    13.1|
  7    |    183|     159|     119|     148|     142|     172|     130|     103|      86|
  %    |   14.8|    14.5|    11.9|    12.5|    14.2|    10.2|    11.0|     9.3|     7.2|
  8    |     32|      81|      24|      59|      62|      48|      72|      36|      17|
  %    |    2.6|     7.4|     2.4|     5.0|     6.2|     2.8|     6.1|     3.2|     1.4|
 99    |        |     7M|      3M|         |    14M|         |    17M|     72M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |        |        |     28|         |     88|         |        |        |
  %    |        |        |    2.2|         |    5.8|         |        |        |
  2    |    218|     162|     139|     389|     134|     132|     198|     176|
  %    |   21.1|    32.5|    11.1|    15.6|     8.9|    10.1|    20.2|     7.0|
  3    |    237|     143|     171|     517|     297|     326|     336|     592|
  %    |   22.9|    28.7|    13.7|    20.7|    19.7|    24.8|    34.3|    23.5|
  4    |    204|      91|     225|     410|     296|     278|     223|     631|
  %    |   19.7|    18.2|    18.0|    16.4|    19.7|    21.2|    22.8|    25.1|
  5    |    156|      56|     221|     359|     230|     209|     130|     485|
  %    |   15.1|    11.2|    17.7|    14.4|    15.3|    15.9|    13.3|    19.3|
  6    |     96|      22|     235|     363|     250|     175|      47|     417|
  %    |    9.3|     4.4|    18.8|    14.6|    16.6|    13.3|     4.8|    16.6|
  7    |     88|      19|     153|     318|     210|     131|      40|     217|
  %    |    8.5|     3.8|    12.2|    12.8|    14.0|    10.0|     4.1|     8.6|
  8    |     36|       6|      77|     138|         |     61|       5|         |
  %    |    3.5|     1.2|     6.2|     5.5|         |    4.6|      .5|         |
 99    |     8M|      1M|         |        |        |        |    21M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96    - Role of Government III         Page   108


V202    <MARITAL> R: Marital status

Location:     203      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 9

Marital status

      1.   Married or living as married
      2.   Widowed
      3.   Divorced
      4.   Separated
      5.   Never married, not married, single

      9. NA, refused
      0. E: Not available


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |   1515|    1489| 731| 588| 655| 883| 688| 619| 733|
  %    |   75.2|    63.1| 65.9| 59.5| 49.2| 58.9| 62.3| 62.3| 54.5|
  2    |    117|     182| 106| 130| 115| 185|       78|   81|   59|
  %    |    5.8|     7.7| 9.6| 13.2| 8.6| 12.3| 7.1| 8.1| 4.4|
  3    |     69|     115|   85|   79| 205| 132|      9|    2|   86|
  %    |    3.4|     4.9| 7.7| 8.0| 15.4| 8.8|      .8|   .2| 6.4|
  4    |     42|      40|   19|   33|   55|   79|   19|   22|   23|
  %    |    2.1|     1.7| 1.7| 3.3| 4.1| 5.3| 1.7| 2.2| 1.7|
  5    |    272|     535| 168| 158| 302| 221| 310| 270| 443|
  %    |   13.5|    22.7| 15.1| 16.0| 22.7| 14.7| 28.1| 27.2| 33.0|
  9    |   136M|         |     |  1M|      |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO         PL       BG      RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    | 847| 701| 689|          787|     683|     968| 774| 632| 839|
  %    | 69.5| 64.0| 68.6|      66.8|    68.0|    57.3| 65.8| 54.3| 69.9|
  2    |   55| 154|    81|       141|     132|     206|   75|   61| 117|
  %    | 4.5| 14.1| 8.1|        12.0|    13.1|    12.2| 6.4| 5.2| 9.8|
  3    |   63| 104|    31|        49|      52|     171|   58|   67|    5|
  %    | 5.2| 9.5| 3.1|          4.2|     5.2|    10.1| 4.9| 5.8|     .4|
  4    |      |   8|      |       11|      16|      15|   46|   36|   30|
  %    |      |  .7|      |       .9|     1.6|      .9| 3.9| 3.1| 2.5|
  5    | 253| 128| 203|          190|     122|     330| 223| 368| 209|
  %    | 20.8| 11.7| 20.2|      16.1|    12.1|    19.5| 19.0| 31.6| 17.4|
  9    | 20M|    5M|      |       5M|      7M|      1M| 22M| 18M|        |
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     |     |          |        |        |     |     |     |
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004         1183     1012     1691 1198 1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900               I S S P   96    - Role of Government III     Page   109

V202    R: Marital status                                            (continued)


           IL-J IL-A      J      E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |    644| 238| 885|         |    844| 902| 666| 1423|
  %    |   61.8| 48.4| 71.0|       |   56.3| 68.9| 66.8| 56.5|
  2    |     55|   26|   82|       |    152|   65|   31| 113|
  %    |    5.3| 5.3| 6.6|         |   10.1| 5.0| 3.1| 4.5|
  3    |     51|    7|   27|       |    169|   61|   10| 205|
  %    |    4.9| 1.4| 2.2|         |   11.3| 4.7| 1.0| 8.1|
  4    |      2|   17|    3|       |     26|   22|      |  54|
  %    |     .2| 3.5|    .2|       |    1.7| 1.7|       | 2.1|
  5    |    290| 204| 250|         |    308| 259| 290| 723|
  %    |   27.8| 41.5| 20.0|       |   20.5| 19.8| 29.1| 28.7|
  9    |     1M|   8M|   2M|       |     6M|   3M|   3M|      |
       |        |    |      |      |        |     |     |     |
  0    |        |    |      |2494M|         |     |     |     |
       |        |    |      |      |        |     |     |     |
Sum        1043   500 1249 2494        1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                I S S P   96   - Role of Government III        Page   110


V203    <COHAB> R: Steady life-partner

Location:    204      MD1: 0
Width:         1      MD2: 9

Do you have a steady life partner?
(If not married or living separated) Do you live together
with a steady partner?

      1. Yes
      2. No

      9. NA, refused
      0. NAP (no partner)
         I,N,S,CDN,SLO,LV,CH: married
         Not available


            AUS     D-W   D-E    GB   USA      H      I   IRL     N
  1    |      |    1660| 811|    85|      | 998|     11|   17| 182|
  %    |      |    75.0| 76.4| 14.5|      | 66.5| 2.6| 4.3| 29.8|
  2    |      |     554| 251| 503|        | 502| 416| 375| 428|
  %    |      |    25.0| 23.6| 85.5|      | 33.5| 97.4| 95.7| 70.2|
  9    |      |         |     |  1M|      |      |      |     |     |
       |      |         |     |     |     |      |      |     |     |
  0    |2151M|     147M| 47M| 400M|1332M|        | 677M| 602M| 734M|
       |      |         |     |     |     |      |      |     |     |
Sum      2151      2361 1109    989 1332 1500 1104        994 1344


              S    CZ    SLO    PL   BG    RUS    NZ        CDN    RP
  1    |    207| 701|     56| 794| 698|        |     |      151|      |
  %    |   35.8| 64.0| 15.1| 67.8| 73.2|       |     |     30.3|      |
  2    |    371| 394| 315| 377| 256|           |     |      347|      |
  %    |   64.2| 36.0| 84.9| 32.2| 26.8|       |     |     69.7|      |
  9    |    20M|   5M|       | 12M| 58M|       |     |      45M|      |
       |        |     |      |     |    |      |     |          |     |
  0    |   640M|      | 633M|      |    |1691M|1198M|      639M|1200M|
       |        |     |      |     |    |      |     |          |     |
Sum        1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198              1182 1200


           IL-J IL-A      J     E       LV        F    CY    CH
  1    |     13|    3|      |     |    100|     176|   14| 227|
  %    |    3.2| 1.2|       |     |   16.7|    30.2| 5.3| 20.8|
  2    |    398| 254|       |     |    498|     407| 250| 866|
  %    |   96.8| 98.8|      |     |   83.3|    69.8| 94.7| 79.2|
  9    |     1M|   8M|      |     |    63M|      3M|   5M|   2M|
       |        |    |      |     |        |        |     |     |
  0    |   631M| 235M|1249M|2494M|    844M|    726M| 731M|1423M|
       |        |    |      |     |        |        |     |     |
Sum        1043   500 1249 2494       1505     1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   111


V204   <EDUCYRS> R: Education I: years in school

Location:   205   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

Education I: Years in school

AUS: What is the highest grade or year of (primary or
     secondary) school you have completed?
D:   How many years from school to university education but
     without vocational training?
GB: Years in school: Recode from - How old were you when
     you completed continuous full-time education?
USA: What is the highest grade in elementary school or high
     school that you finished and got credit for?
I:   How many years in general have you studied? (Consider
     years at primary school to university grades)
IRL: How many years of full-time education did you receive?
     years at primary school to university grades)
N:   Years in school after compulsory education
S:   How many years have you attended school, all full-time
     education included?
CZ: How long did you go to school include also incomplete
     or part-time studies?
PL: Highest years of school completed
RUS: How many years altogether did you study?
     (including vocational training)
SLO: How many years in regular formal schooling?
NZ: How many years of full-time education have you had?
     (including primary school, intermediate, secondary school
     university and polytechnic but not vocational training)
RP: Actual number of years of full-time schooling
CH: Average duration of education levels excluding vocational
     training (decimal places rounded up)

    01. 1 year
    ...    ..
    09. 9 years
        N: 7-9 years
    ...     ..
    56. 56 years

    94. Other answer
    95. Still at school
        J: Still at high school
        N: Still at school + still at university
    96. Still at college, university
    97. No formal schooling, still at school

    98. Don’t know
    99. NA
    00. E: Not available
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            AUS   D-W   D-E     GB   USA    H     I      IRL     N
  1    |      1|      |     |      |     |  1|    2|       1|      |
  %    |     .0|      |     |      |     | .1|   .2|      .1|      |
  2    |        |     |     |    1|      |  5|    6|         |     |
  %    |        |     |     |   .1|      | .3|   .5|         |     |
  3    |        |     |     |      |   3|   4|   16|         |     |
  %    |        |     |     |      |  .2|  .3| 1.4|          |     |
  4    |      2|      |     |      |   3|  16|   11|       5|      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |      |  .2| 1.1| 1.0|       .5|      |
  5    |      9|      |     |      |   9|   9| 176|        1|      |
  %    |     .4|      |     |      |  .7|  .6| 15.9|      .1|      |
  6    |     59|      |     |      |   4| 114|   20|      11|      |
  %    |    2.9|      |     |      |  .3| 7.6| 1.8|      1.1|      |
  7    |     77|      |     |    2|    8|  13|   22|      18|      |
  %    |    3.7|      |     |   .2|   .6|  .9| 2.0|      1.8|      |
  8    |    135| 1122| 440|     10|   40| 299| 243|       57|      |
  %    |    6.6| 47.7| 39.9| 1.0| 3.0| 19.9| 22.0|       5.8|      |
  9    |    204| 576| 421| 156|       27|  19|   11|     104| 150|
  %    |    9.9| 24.5| 38.2| 15.8| 2.0| 1.3| 1.0|       10.5| 12.0|
 10    |    301|      |     | 214|    60|  59|   39|     113| 109|
  %    |   14.6|      |     | 21.6| 4.5| 3.9| 3.5|      11.4| 8.8|
 11    |    309|   83|   33| 267|     78| 334|   39|     117| 106|
  %    |   15.0| 3.5| 3.0| 27.0| 5.9| 22.3| 3.5|        11.8| 8.5|
 12    |    289|      |     |   81| 396| 239|    43|     129| 167|
  %    |   14.0|      |     | 8.2| 29.8| 15.9| 3.9|     13.0| 13.4|
 13    |    141| 196|    48|    93| 125|   40| 225|      131| 136|
  %    |    6.8| 8.3| 4.4| 9.4| 9.4| 2.7| 20.4|         13.2| 10.9|
 14    |     92|      |     |   18| 162|   61|   43|      84|   99|
  %    |    4.5|      |     | 1.8| 12.2| 4.1| 3.9|       8.5| 8.0|
 15    |     98|      |     |   15|   62|  78|   44|      50|   82|
  %    |    4.8|      |     | 1.5| 4.7| 5.2| 4.0|        5.1| 6.6|
 16    |    220| 124|    58|    61| 188|   63|   41|      56|   67|
  %    |   10.7| 5.3| 5.3| 6.2| 14.2| 4.2| 3.7|          5.7| 5.4|
 17    |      7| 195|    91|    33|   50|  47|   45|      44|   58|
  %    |     .3| 8.3| 8.3| 3.3| 3.8| 3.1| 4.1|           4.4| 4.7|
 18    |     89|      |     |    7|   64|  23|   31|      33|   34|
  %    |    4.3|      |     |   .7| 4.8| 1.5| 2.8|       3.3| 2.7|
 19    |        |     |     |    5|   13|   9|   14|      19|   30|
  %    |        |     |     |   .5| 1.0|   .6| 1.3|      1.9| 2.4|
 20    |      2|      |     |    6|   36|   2|   16|       7|   16|
  %    |     .1|      |     |   .6| 2.7|   .1| 1.4|       .7| 1.3|
 21    |        |     |     |      |     |  3|   10|       3|    9|
  %    |        |     |     |      |     | .2|   .9|      .3|   .7|
 22    |        |     |     |    3|      |  3|    2|       2|    2|
  %    |        |     |     |   .3|      | .2|   .2|      .2|   .2|
 23    |        |     |     |    1|      |  1|    3|       1|    1|
  %    |        |     |     |   .1|      | .1|   .3|      .1|   .1|
 24    |        |     |     |    2|      |    |     |      2|    2|
  %    |        |     |     |   .2|      |    |     |     .2|   .2|
 25    |        |     |     |      |     |    |   1|       1|    1|
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |  .1|      .1|   .1|
 26    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |   1|
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |  .1|
 27    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |     |
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |     |
 28    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |   1|
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |  .1|
 30    |        |     |     |      |     |    |   1|         |     |
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |  .1|         |     |
 32    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |     |
  %    |        |     |     |      |     |    |     |        |     |
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           AUS   D-W   D-E    GB     USA      H     I   IRL     N
 38    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 40    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 47    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 50    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 56    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 94    |       |    |     |     2|    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |       |    |     |    .2|    |    |     |         |     |
 95    |       |    |     |     1|    |  51|     |         | 174|
  %    |       |    |     |    .1|    | 3.4|     |         | 14.0|
 96    |     24|    |     |    11|    |    |     |         |     |
  %    |    1.2|    |     |   1.1|    |    |     |         |     |
 97    |       |  54|  12|       |    |   7|     |         |     |
  %    |       | 2.3| 1.1|       |    |  .5|     |         |     |
 98    |       |    |     |      |  4M|    |     |         |     |
       |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
 99    |    92M| 11M|  6M|       |    |    |     |       5M| 99M|
       |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
  0    |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
       |       |    |     |      |    |    |     |         |     |
Sum        2151 2350 1103     989 1332 1500 1104        994 1344
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              S    CZ   SLO    PL     BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |      3|      |     |     |      |   2|      |   2|    7|
  %    |     .3|      |     |     |      |  .1|      |  .2|   .6|
  2    |      9|      |     |     |    7|   10|    5|      |  18|
  %    |     .8|      |     |     |   .7|   .6|   .5|      | 1.5|
  3    |      8|      |   3|      |    9|   17|    8|      |  30|
  %    |     .7|      |  .3|      |   .9| 1.0|    .7|      | 2.5|
  4    |     12|    1|   23|   66|    37|   42|    9|    1|   48|
  %    |    1.1|   .1| 2.3| 5.6| 3.7| 2.6|        .8|   .1| 4.1|
  5    |      5|    4|   21|      |   10|   28|   10|    3|   49|
  %    |     .4|   .4| 2.1|       | 1.0| 1.7|     .9|   .3| 4.1|
  6    |     32|    3|   25|      |   21|   26|    6|    4| 186|
  %    |    2.9|   .3| 2.5|       | 2.1| 1.6|     .5|   .4| 15.7|
  7    |    100|    5|   35|      |   86| 130|    13|    4|   51|
  %    |    9.0|   .5| 3.5|       | 8.6| 7.9| 1.2|      .4| 4.3|
  8    |     67|   86| 214| 270| 105| 132|        35|   12|   62|
  %    |    6.0| 8.0| 21.6| 22.8| 10.5| 8.0| 3.2| 1.1| 5.2|
  9    |     95|   78|   10|      |   17|   67|   51|    8|   47|
  %    |    8.5| 7.2| 1.0|        | 1.7| 4.1| 4.6|      .7| 4.0|
 10    |     78|   48|   51| 327|     43| 233| 149|     43| 216|
  %    |    7.0| 4.4| 5.1| 27.7| 4.3| 14.1| 13.5| 3.8| 18.3|
 11    |    152| 160| 183|        | 248| 177| 193|      50|   58|
  %    |   13.7| 14.8| 18.5|      | 24.8| 10.7| 17.5| 4.4| 4.9|
 12    |    162| 282| 177| 303| 138| 176| 172| 128| 128|
  %    |   14.6| 26.1| 17.9| 25.6| 13.8| 10.7| 15.6| 11.3| 10.8|
 13    |     97| 135|    29|      |   50| 134|    93|   84|   52|
  %    |    8.7| 12.5| 2.9|       | 5.0| 8.1| 8.4| 7.4| 4.4|
 14    |     81|   62|   50|   57|    43|   79|   79|   89| 114|
  %    |    7.3| 5.7| 5.0| 4.8| 4.3| 4.8| 7.2| 7.9| 9.7|
 15    |     58|   40|   15|      |   32| 140|    86| 106|    67|
  %    |    5.2| 3.7| 1.5|        | 3.2| 8.5| 7.8| 9.4| 5.7|
 16    |     56|   43|   44|      |   75|   51|   56| 143|    29|
  %    |    5.0| 4.0| 4.4|        | 7.5| 3.1| 5.1| 12.7| 2.5|
 17    |     41|   51|   19|   82|    28|   31|   42| 141|     8|
  %    |    3.7| 4.7| 1.9| 6.9| 2.8| 1.9| 3.8| 12.5|          .7|
 18    |     23|   29|   10|      |   13|   25|   41| 104|     5|
  %    |    2.1| 2.7| 1.0|        | 1.3| 1.5| 3.7| 9.2|       .4|
 19    |     11|   22|    1|      |    7|   14|   20|   57|    1|
  %    |    1.0| 2.0|    .1|      |   .7|   .9| 1.8| 5.1|     .1|
 20    |      9|   14|    2|      |    3|   14|   18|   74|    4|
  %    |     .8| 1.3|    .2|      |   .3|   .9| 1.6| 6.6|     .3|
 21    |      1|    8|      |     |    2|    2|    6|   21|      |
  %    |     .1|   .7|      |     |   .2|   .1|   .5| 1.9|       |
 22    |      1|    5|      |     |      |     |   4|   24|      |
  %    |     .1|   .5|      |     |      |     |  .4| 2.1|       |
 23    |      3|    1|      |     |    1|      |   4|    9|      |
  %    |     .3|   .1|      |     |   .1|      |  .4|   .8|      |
 24    |        |     |     |     |      |     |   1|   10|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |      |     |  .1|   .9|      |
 25    |        |   1|      |     |      |   1|    1|    6|      |
  %    |        |  .1|      |     |      |  .1|   .1|   .5|      |
 26    |        |   2|      |     |      |     |     |   2|      |
  %    |        |  .2|      |     |      |     |     |  .2|      |
 27    |        |     |     |     |      |     |     |   1|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |      |     |     |  .1|      |
 28    |        |     |     |     |      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |      |     |     |     |     |
 30    |        |     |     |     |      |     |   1|    2|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |      |     |  .1|   .2|      |
 32    |      1|      |     |     |      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |     .1|      |     |     |      |     |     |     |     |
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           S    CZ   SLO    PL        BG   RUS     NZ   CDN   RP
 38    |     |    |    |    |    |     |            1|      |    |
  %    |     |    |    |    |    |     |           .1|      |    |
 40    |    1|    |    |    |    |     |              |     |  1|
  %    |   .1|    |    |    |    |     |              |     | .1|
 47    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
  %    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
 50    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
  %    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
 56    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
  %    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
 94    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
  %    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
 95    |     |    |  23|  24|   5|  43|               |     |    |
  %    |     |    | 2.3| 2.0|  .5| 2.6|               |     |    |
 96    |     |    |  51|  39|  12|  72|               |     |    |
  %    |     |    | 5.1| 3.3| 1.2| 4.4|               |     |    |
 97    |    6|    |   5|  14|   7|   1|               |     |    |
  %    |   .5|    |  .5| 1.2|  .7|  .1|               |     |    |
 98    |     |    |  4M|    |  4M| 40M|               |     |    |
       |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
 99    | 126M| 20M|  9M|  1M|  9M|  4M|           94M| 54M| 19M|
       |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
  0    |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
       |     |    |    |    |    |     |              |     |    |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691           1198 1182 1200
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           IL-J     IL-A       J     E        LV     F    CY       CH
  1    |      1|        |      2|       |      2|      |     |       |
  %    |     .1|        |     .2|       |     .1|      |     |       |
  2    |        |      3|      2|       |      1|    1|    1|        |
  %    |        |     .6|     .2|       |     .1|   .1|   .1|        |
  3    |      1|       4|      1|       |     10|    4|    1|        |
  %    |     .1|      .8|     .1|       |     .7|   .3|   .1|        |
  4    |     10|       3|        |      |     22|      |  10|        |
  %    |    1.0|      .6|        |      |    1.5|      | 1.0|        |
  5    |      2|       7|        |      |     18|    9|    6|        |
  %    |     .2|     1.4|        |      |    1.2|   .7|   .6|        |
  6    |      8|       9|     38|       |     29|   22|   66|        |
  %    |     .8|     1.8|    3.1|       |    1.9| 1.7| 6.7|          |
  7    |     10|      16|      6|       |     73|   40|    2|        |
  %    |    1.0|     3.3|     .5|       |    4.9| 3.1|    .2|        |
  8    |     67|      49|     82|       |     87|   73|    5|        |
  %    |    6.5|    10.0|    6.7|       |    5.8| 5.7|    .5|        |
  9    |     12|      24|    170|       |     83|   54|   66|     266|
  %    |    1.2|     4.9|   13.8|       |    5.5| 4.2| 6.7|      10.6|
 10    |     59|      58|     31|       |    148| 100|    16|     131|
  %    |    5.7|    11.8|    2.5|       |    9.9| 7.8| 1.6|       5.2|
 11    |     59|      17|     38|       |    265|   95|    1|    1160|
  %    |    5.7|     3.5|    3.1|       |   17.6| 7.4|    .1|    46.1|
 12    |    438|     201|    485|       |    184| 167| 531|       349|
  %    |   42.4|    41.0|   39.4|       |   12.3| 13.0| 53.7|    13.9|
 13    |     42|      19|     27|       |    139| 114|    10|     209|
  %    |    4.1|     3.9|    2.2|       |    9.3| 8.9| 1.0|       8.3|
 14    |     72|      22|    106|       |    110| 131|    24|        |
  %    |    7.0|     4.5|    8.6|       |    7.3| 10.2| 2.4|         |
 15    |     63|      26|     20|       |     97| 125|    57|     107|
  %    |    6.1|     5.3|    1.6|       |    6.5| 9.8| 5.8|       4.3|
 16    |     72|       9|    129|       |     89|   84|   52|        |
  %    |    7.0|     1.8|   10.5|       |    5.9| 6.6| 5.3|          |
 17    |     51|       4|     14|       |     51|   96|   22|        |
  %    |    4.9|      .8|    1.1|       |    3.4| 7.5| 2.2|          |
 18    |     26|       5|      9|       |     44|   69|   17|     223|
  %    |    2.5|     1.0|     .7|       |    2.9| 5.4| 1.7|       8.9|
 19    |     10|        |      3|       |     14|   28|    3|        |
  %    |    1.0|        |     .2|       |     .9| 2.2|    .3|        |
 20    |      9|        |      2|       |     22|   37|    6|        |
  %    |     .9|        |     .2|       |    1.5| 2.9|    .6|        |
 21    |      5|        |        |      |      4|    4|      |       |
  %    |     .5|        |        |      |     .3|   .3|      |       |
 22    |      1|       1|      3|       |      6|   11|      |       |
  %    |     .1|      .2|     .2|       |     .4|   .9|      |       |
 23    |        |       |        |      |        |   7|      |       |
  %    |        |       |        |      |        |  .5|      |       |
 24    |      1|        |        |      |      2|    2|      |       |
  %    |     .1|        |        |      |     .1|   .2|      |       |
 25    |      2|        |        |      |      1|    2|      |       |
  %    |     .2|        |        |      |     .1|   .2|      |       |
 26    |      1|        |        |      |        |   1|    2|        |
  %    |     .1|        |        |      |        |  .1|   .2|        |
 27    |        |       |        |      |      1|      |     |       |
  %    |        |       |        |      |     .1|      |     |       |
 28    |      1|        |        |      |        |     |     |       |
  %    |     .1|        |        |      |        |     |     |       |
 30    |        |       |        |      |        |     |     |       |
  %    |        |       |        |      |        |     |     |       |
 32    |        |       |        |      |        |     |     |       |
  %    |        |       |        |      |        |     |     |       |
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           IL-J     IL-A    J     E        LV     F    CY    CH
 38    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
 40    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
 47    |        |       |    |     |   |   1|    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |  .1|    |     |
 50    |        |       |    |     |   |   2|    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |  .2|    |     |
 56    |        |       |    |     |   |   1|    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |  .1|    |     |
 94    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
  %    |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
 95    |        |       |  34|     |   |    |  28|  19|
  %    |        |       | 2.8|     |   |    | 2.8|  .8|
 96    |        |       |  27|     |   |    |  54|     |
  %    |        |       | 2.2|     |   |    | 5.5|     |
 97    |      9|      13|   1|     |   |    |   9|  53|
  %    |     .9|     2.7|  .1|     |   |    |  .9| 2.1|
 98    |        |       | 11M|     |   |    |  1M|     |
       |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
 99    |    11M|     10M|  8M|     | 3M| 32M| 10M|  1M|
       |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
  0    |        |       |    |2494M|   |    |    |     |
       |        |       |    |     |   |    |    |     |
Sum        1043      500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
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V205   <DEGREE> R: Education II: categories

Location:    207    MD1: 99
Width:         2

Education II: Categories

AUS: What is your highest qualification?
D : What kind of a complete general school-education do you
     have?
GB: Highest educational qualifications obtained
USA: What is the highest degree?
H:   Completed school grades
I:   Degree of study
N:   What kind of general education, what kind of vocational
     education/training, what kind of education on university/
     college level have you completed? Note: compulsory school
     was 7 years until about mid 1960’s; 9 years of compulsory
     school was introduced during the 1960’s, but at different
     times in different parts of the country.
CZ: What is your highest level of education?
SLO: Name last school you completed, regularly or while
     working?
PL: What is the highest education level you have finished?
BG,S:Highest level of education
RUS: What education do you have?
IRL: What is the highest level of education that you attained?
NZ: Highest level of formal education
CDN: How far did you go in school?
J:   What is your highest school qualification?
RP: Educational attainment of respondent
E:   (If not illiterate) Highest level of education
CH: Highest level of education including vocational training

    01.     None, still at school
    02.     Incomplete primary
    03.     Primary completed
    04.     Incomplete secondary
    05.     Secondary completed
    06.     Incompl+compl.semi-higher+incomplete university
    07.     University completed

    99. NA

Bulgaria

    01.     None
    02.     Incomplete elementary
    03.     Complete elementary
    04.     Incomplete secondary
    05.     Secondary completed
    06.     Incomplete college + college + incompl. university
    07.     University degree

    99. NA

Canada

    02.     Grade school
    03.     Some high school
    04.     High school
    05.     Some college
    05.     Finished college
    06.     Some university
    06.     Completed university
    07.     Graduate school

    99. NA
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Czech Republic

    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   Primary completed
    04.   Vocational training without sec. school diploma
    04.   Secondary without sec. school diploma
    05.   Vocational training with sec. school diploma
    05.   Secondary technical with sec. school diploma
    05.   Secondary general with sec. school diploma
    06.   University incomplete
    07.   University degree completed

    99. NA

France

    01.   None
    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   Primary completed
    04.   Incomplete secondary
    05.   Secondary completed
    06.   College, incomplete secondary
    07.   University completed

    99. NA

Germany
    01.   Still at school
    02.   School without qualification
    03.   ’Volks- Hauptschule’
    04.   Middle school, Polytechnic (completed 10.class)
    05.   Abitur, ’Fachhochschulreife’
    06.   ’Fachhochschule’ completed
    07.   University

    99. NA

Great Britain

    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   No secondary qualification, primary completed
    04.   CSE or equivalent, O-level
    05.   A-level or equivalent
    06.   Higher education below degree
    07.   Degree

    99. NA

Hungary

    01.   None
    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   Primary (8 years) completed
    04.   Vocational, incompl. sec.
    05.   Secondary completed
    06.   College
    07.   University completed

    99. NA

Ireland

    01.   None
    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   Primary completed
    04.   Some second level
    04.   Group certificate or equivalent
    04.   Intermediate certificate or equivalent
    05.   Leaving certificate or equivalent
    06.   Third level incomplete
    06.   Certificate or diploma
    07.   University primary degree
    07.   University higher degree

    99. NA
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Japan

    01.   None, still at school
    02.   Incomplete compulsory
    03.   Compulsory completed
    04.   Incomplete high school or incompl. higher
          professional school (1-3 grades)
    05.   High school completed
    06.   Incomplete junior college or higher prof. school
          (4-5 grades)
    06.   Junior college or higher prof. school completed
    07.   Finished university or graduate

    99. NA

New Zealand

    01.   No formal schooling
    03.   Primary school (including intermediate)
    04.   Secondary school (for up to 3 years)
    05.   Secondary school (for 4 years or more)
    06.   Some university, polytechnic or other tertiary
    06.   Completed trade, professional certification
    07.   Completed university or polytechnic degree

    99. NA

Philippines
    01.   None
    02.   Some elementary
    03.   Completed elementary
    04.   Some high school, some vocational, vocational compl.
    05.   Completed high school, some college
    06.   Completed college
    07.   University completed, post college

    99. NA

Poland

    01.   None
    02.   Incomplete elementary
    03.   Complete elementary
    04.   Incomplete secondary + basic vocational
    05.   Secondary general + secondary vocational
    06.   Post secondary
    06.   Incomplete higher
    07.   Completed higher, university

    99. NA

Slovenia

    02.   Incomplete elementary school
    03.   Completed elementary school
    04.   Incomplete vocational or middle school
    04.   Completed 2 or 3 years vocational school
    05.   Completed 4 years middle school
    06.   Incomplete university, higher degree
    07.   University completed

    99. NA

Spain

    01.   None (illiterate)
    02.   Incomplete primary
    03.   Primary completed
    04.   Technical school
    05.   Secondary completed
    06.   University (1st cycle, 3 years)
    07.   University (2nd cycle, 5 years)

    99. NA, others
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Sweden

      03.   Primary or comprehensive school
      04.   Vocational school (1972)
      04.   Vocational school (1962)
      04.   Lower sec. school (2 years)
      05.   Secondary school (3 years), higher sec. school
      06.   University without degree
      07.   Degree

      99. NA

Switzerland

      01.   No formal schooling
      02.   Still at compulsory school
      03.   Compulsory school or other qualification
      05.   Vocational training, apprenticeship
      05.   Full-time vocational school, vocational high school
            degree, general education school
      05.   Basic training, technical, trading, household school
      05.   High school, matura, teacher training college
      07.   Higher vocational proficiency (master craftsman)
      07.   Higher secondary qualification, technical or
            specialized college
      07.   Trade, professional, polytechnic certificate
      07.   University, degree
      99. NA

USA

      02.   Incomplete primary
      03.   Less than high school
      04.   Incomplete secondary
      05.   High school
      06.   Junior college, Bachelor
      07.   Graduate

      99. NA


            AUS    D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H        I      IRL        N
  1    |      |     20|    4|      |     |   6|       3|       1|         |
  %    |      |     .9|   .4|      |     |  .4|      .3|      .1|         |
  2    |   72|      54|   12|    1|    6| 159|      247|      32|         |
  %    | 3.4|      2.3| 1.1|    .1|   .5| 10.6|    22.4|     3.2|         |
  3    |   77|    1122| 440| 125|     61| 330|      243|     214|     235|
  %    | 3.7|     47.7| 39.9| 12.7| 4.6| 22.0|     22.0|    21.5|    17.7|
  4    | 949|      659| 454| 492| 144| 411|         107|     313|     349|
  %    | 46.1|    28.0| 41.2| 49.8| 10.9| 27.4|     9.7|    31.5|    26.3|
  5    | 556|      196|   48| 106| 707| 396|        317|     182|     366|
  %    | 27.0|     8.3| 4.4| 10.7| 53.3| 26.4|     28.7|    18.3|    27.6|
  6    |      |    104|   54| 150| 305| 126|        109|     148|     127|
  %    |      |    4.4| 4.9| 15.2| 23.0| 8.4|       9.9|    14.9|     9.6|
  7    | 405|      195|   91| 113| 104|     70|      78|     104|     251|
  %    | 19.7|     8.3| 8.3| 11.4| 7.8| 4.7|        7.1|    10.5|    18.9|
 99    | 92M|      11M|   6M|   2M|   5M|   2M|         |        |    16M|
       |      |        |     |     |     |     |        |        |        |
Sum      2151     2361 1109    989 1332 1500       1104      994     1344
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              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |        |        |        |     14|      34|      17|      21|         |     11|
  %    |        |        |        |    1.2|     3.4|     1.0|     1.8|         |     .9|
  2    |        |     10|      72|      66|     115|     178|         |     20|     153|
  %    |        |     .9|     7.3|     5.6|    11.5|    10.5|         |    1.7|    12.8|
  3    |    333|     174|     251|     272|     139|     398|      62|      72|     193|
  %    |   27.6|    15.8|    25.4|    23.0|    13.9|    23.5|     5.4|     6.2|    16.1|
  4    |    362|     463|     270|     347|      47|     477|     308|     158|     522|
  %    |   30.0|    42.2|    27.3|    29.4|     4.7|    28.2|    26.7|    13.6|    43.5|
  5    |    212|     307|     248|     305|     435|     341|     213|     256|     233|
  %    |   17.6|    28.0|    25.1|    25.8|    43.5|    20.2|    18.5|    22.0|    19.4|
  6    |     93|      22|      86|      96|      99|      46|     391|     454|      14|
  %    |    7.7|     2.0|     8.7|     8.1|     9.9|     2.7|    33.9|    38.9|     1.2|
  7    |    206|     122|      63|      82|     132|     234|     159|     206|      74|
  %    |   17.1|    11.1|     6.4|     6.9|    13.2|    13.8|    13.8|    17.7|     6.2|
 99    |    32M|      2M|     14M|      1M|     11M|         |    44M|     16M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J     E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |     16|      38|       1| 225|       |  17|    8|   53|
  %    |    1.6|     7.9|      .1| 9.2|       | 1.3|   .8| 2.1|
  2    |     37|      29|      28| 204|    77|      |  16|   19|
  %    |    3.6|     6.0|     2.3| 8.3| 5.1|        | 1.6|   .8|
  3    |     54|      56|     283| 631| 185| 146|      68| 266|
  %    |    5.3|    11.6|    22.8| 25.7| 12.3| 11.1| 6.9| 10.6|
  4    |    144|     100|      91| 242| 137| 205| 115|          |
  %    |   14.0|    20.7|     7.3| 9.9| 9.1| 15.6| 11.6|        |
  5    |    373|     112|     506| 826| 823| 335| 564| 1620|
  %    |   36.4|    23.2|    40.8| 33.7| 54.8| 25.5| 57.0| 64.4|
  6    |    208|      96|     171| 181|    54| 433|    49|      |
  %    |   20.3|    19.9|    13.8| 7.4| 3.6| 33.0| 4.9|         |
  7    |    194|      51|     161| 143| 226| 176| 170| 559|
  %    |   18.9|    10.6|    13.0| 5.8| 15.0| 13.4| 17.2| 22.2|
 99    |    17M|     18M|      8M| 42M|    3M|      | 10M|   1M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III      Page   123


V206    <WRKST> R: Current employment status

Location:     209      MD1: 99
Width:          2

Respondent: Current employment status - current economic
position, main source of living

      01. Full-time employed, main job
          SLO,NZ,CDN,J,RP: 35 hours and more
          E: full-time, part-time, less
          I,IRL,S,F: > 35 hours
          GB,N,BG: 30 + hours
      02. Part-time employed, main job
          IRL,S,NZ,CDN,J,RP,F: 15 - 35 hours
          SLO: 15 - 34 hours
          GB,BG: 10 - 29 hours
          CZ: half and more
          N: 15 - 29 hours
          I: 16 - 35 hours
      03. Less than part-time
          IRL,N,S,RUS,J,RP,F: less than 15 hours
          D: On the side employed
          I: 1-15 hours
          CZ: less than half
          SLO,NZ,CDN: <15 hours, temporarily out of work
          USA,H,PL: temporarily not working
      04. Helping family member
      05. Unemployed
      06. Student, at school, in education, vocational training
      07. Retired
      08. Housewife (man), home duties
      09. Permanently disabled, sick
          N: Social Welfare
      10. Others, not in labour force, not working
          D: Military/ Civil service
          CH: Military/ Civil service, pregnancy vacation
          GB: Waiting for paid work + something else + paid
          status undefined
          I: Looking for 1st occupation

      99. NA, refused, don’t know


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    835|    1153|     546|     393|     763| 665| 408| 429| 709|
  %    |   44.7|    49.1|    49.5|    39.8|    57.3| 44.3| 37.3| 43.4| 53.0|
  2    |    275|     155|      48|     113|     137|   26|   95|   92|   76|
  %    |   14.7|     6.6|     4.4|    11.4|    10.3| 1.7| 8.7| 9.3| 5.7|
  3    |        |     66|       5|         |     31|   79|   38|    7|    6|
  %    |        |    2.8|      .5|         |    2.3| 5.3| 3.5|     .7|   .4|
  4    |        |      3|         |        |        |   4|      |   9|    3|
  %    |        |     .1|         |        |        |  .3|      |  .9|   .2|
  5    |     46|      95|     139|      40|      27| 112|    33|   78|   38|
  %    |    2.5|     4.0|    12.6|     4.1|     2.0| 7.5| 3.0| 7.9| 2.8|
  6    |     24|      94|      25|      19|      37|   51|   79|   19| 174|
  %    |    1.3|     4.0|     2.3|     1.9|     2.8| 3.4| 7.2| 1.9| 13.0|
  7    |    451|     447|     294|     216|     151| 513| 208|     86| 192|
  %    |   24.2|    19.0|    26.7|    21.9|    11.3| 34.2| 19.0| 8.7| 14.4|
  8    |    232|     276|      14|     138|     159|   21| 207| 242|     54|
  %    |   12.4|    11.7|     1.3|    14.0|    11.9| 1.4| 18.9| 24.5| 4.0|
  9    |        |        |        |     61|         |     |     |  26|   78|
  %    |        |        |        |    6.2|         |     |     | 2.6| 5.8|
 10    |      4|      61|      32|       7|      27|   29|   27|    1|    7|
  %    |     .2|     2.6|     2.9|      .7|     2.0| 1.9| 2.5|     .1|   .5|
 99    |   284M|     11M|      6M|      2M|         |     |  9M|   5M|   7M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332 1500 1104     994 1344
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              S    CZ   SLO    PL        BG   RUS    NZ   CDN    RP
  1    |    567| 597| 520| 530|         445| 733| 542| 545| 465|
  %    |   46.2| 54.6| 52.4| 44.8|     44.8| 43.3| 46.5| 46.7| 38.8|
  2    |    167|   22|   12|   57|       28| 118| 168| 169| 156|
  %    |   13.6| 2.0| 1.2| 4.8|         2.8| 7.0| 14.4| 14.5| 13.0|
  3    |     16|    7|    2|   12|       16|   15|   32|   45|   81|
  %    |    1.3|   .6|   .2| 1.0|       1.6|   .9| 2.7| 3.9| 6.8|
  4    |      6|    3|    5|      |         |   8|   12|    7|    4|
  %    |     .5|   .3|   .5|      |         |  .5| 1.0|    .6|   .3|
  5    |     83|   22|   65|   87|      114| 135|    77|   40|   39|
  %    |    6.8| 2.0| 6.5| 7.4|        11.5| 8.0| 6.6| 3.4| 3.3|
  6    |     98|   15|   64|   39|       26| 122|    34|   81|   64|
  %    |    8.0| 1.4| 6.4| 3.3|         2.6| 7.2| 2.9| 6.9| 5.3|
  7    |    192| 338| 272| 393|         328| 394| 174| 182|      50|
  %    |   15.6| 30.9| 27.4| 33.2|     33.0| 23.3| 14.9| 15.6| 4.2|
  8    |      7|   42|   45|   65|       22|   94| 106|    64| 314|
  %    |     .6| 3.8| 4.5| 5.5|         2.2| 5.6| 9.1| 5.5| 26.2|
  9    |     77|   38|    3|      |       5|   35|   11|   13|    5|
  %    |    6.3| 3.5|    .3|      |      .5| 2.1|    .9| 1.1|    .4|
 10    |     15|   10|    5|      |       9|   37|    9|   22|   20|
  %    |    1.2|   .9|   .5|      |      .9| 2.2|    .8| 1.9| 1.7|
 99    |    10M|   6M| 11M|       |     19M|      | 33M| 14M|    2M|
       |        |     |     |     |         |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1238 1100 1004 1183         1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J        E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    | 472| 214| 598|        954|     628| 660| 577| 1235|
  %    | 45.5| 43.1| 48.5|    38.4|    41.9| 50.3| 57.9| 49.2|
  2    | 132|    37|   85|         |     55|   92|   24| 505|
  %    | 12.7| 7.5| 6.9|           |    3.7| 7.0| 2.4| 20.1|
  3    |   15|    1|   12|         |     16|    7|    1| 105|
  %    | 1.4|    .2| 1.0|          |    1.1|   .5|   .1| 4.2|
  4    |    1|    3|   53|         |      1|    3|   10|   13|
  %    |   .1|   .6| 4.3|          |     .1|   .2| 1.0|    .5|
  5    |   35|   20|   18|     315|     201|   75|   28|   37|
  %    | 3.4| 4.0| 1.5|       12.7|    13.4| 5.7| 2.8| 1.5|
  6    |   85|   94|   82|     176|     113|   97|   75|   52|
  %    | 8.2| 19.0| 6.6|       7.1|     7.5| 7.4| 7.5| 2.1|
  7    | 128|    31|   97|     507|     365| 297|    58| 270|
  %    | 12.3| 6.3| 7.9|      20.4|    24.3| 22.6| 5.8| 10.8|
  8    |   91|   80| 255|      513|      83|   58| 197| 248|
  %    | 8.8| 16.1| 20.7|     20.7|     5.5| 4.4| 19.8| 9.9|
  9    |   13|   14|      |        |     36|   11|    2|   15|
  %    | 1.3| 2.8|        |        |    2.4|   .8|   .2|   .6|
 10    |   66|    2|   34|      18|       1|   12|   24|   31|
  %    | 6.4|    .4| 2.8|       .7|      .1|   .9| 2.4| 1.2|
 99    |   5M|   4M| 15M|      11M|      6M|      |  4M|   7M|
       |      |    |      |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum      1043   500 1249      2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
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V207    <SPWRKST> S-P: Current employment status

Location:     211      MD1: 00
Width:          2      MD2: 99

Spouse: Current employment status - current economic position

      01. Full-time employed, main job
          I,IRL,S,NZ,CDN,J,RP,F: > 35 hours
          SLO: 35 hours and more
          GB,BG: 30 + hours
          N: full-time, part-time, less
      02. Part-time, main job
          IRL,S,NZ,CDN,J,RP,F: 15 - 35 hours
          GB,BG: 10 - 29 hours
          SLO: 15 - 34 hours
          I: 16 - 35 hours
      03. Less than part-time
          IRL,S,RUS,J,RP,F: less than 15 hours
          D: On the side employed
          I: 1 - 15 hours
          USA,H,PL: temporarily out of work
          SLO,NZ,CDN: <15 hours, temporarily out of work
      04. Helping family member
      05. Unemployed
      06. Student, at school, in education, vocational training
      07. Retired
      08. Home duties, housewife (man), CZ:+maternity benefits
      09. Permanently disabled, sick
      10. Others, not in labour force, not working

      99. NA, refused, don’t know
      00. NAP (not married; no spouse/ partner);
          E: Not available


            AUS      D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |    654|     862|     437|     304|     410|     503|     276|     276|     598|
  %    |   47.5|    48.0|    51.6|    51.7|    62.8|    50.6|    38.5|    45.0|    68.5|
  2    |    181|     137|      50|      61|      62|      12|      60|      38|         |
  %    |   13.1|     7.6|     5.9|    10.4|     9.5|     1.2|     8.4|     6.2|         |
  3    |        |     72|       6|         |     12|      83|      21|       7|         |
  %    |        |    4.0|      .7|         |    1.8|     8.3|     2.9|     1.1|         |
  4    |        |      7|       4|         |        |      1|         |      4|         |
  %    |        |     .4|      .5|         |        |     .1|         |     .7|         |
  5    |     32|      51|     103|      19|       8|      68|       7|      28|      15|
  %    |    2.3|     2.8|    12.2|     3.2|     1.2|     6.8|     1.0|     4.6|     1.7|
  6    |      6|      36|       9|       5|       3|       2|         |      2|      28|
  %    |     .4|     2.0|     1.1|      .9|      .5|      .2|         |     .3|     3.2|
  7    |    337|     280|     207|      96|      68|     274|     149|      63|     117|
  %    |   24.5|    15.6|    24.4|    16.3|    10.4|    27.5|    20.8|    10.3|    13.4|
  8    |    165|     286|      15|      69|      78|      30|     170|     186|      69|
  %    |   12.0|    15.9|     1.8|    11.7|    11.9|     3.0|    23.7|    30.3|     7.9|
  9    |        |        |        |     30|         |        |        |      7|      44|
  %    |        |        |        |    5.1|         |        |        |    1.1|     5.0|
 10    |      2|      64|      16|       4|      12|      22|      33|       2|       2|
  %    |     .1|     3.6|     1.9|      .7|     1.8|     2.2|     4.6|      .3|      .2|
 99    |   274M|     10M|      8M|         |     2M|      3M|      6M|      6M|     43M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |   500M|    556M|    254M|    401M|    677M|    502M|    382M|    375M|    428M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        2151     2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                    Page   126

V207    S-P: Current employment status                                                      (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    397|     438|     381|     391|     338|     516|     439|     405|     376|
  %    |   48.5|    62.2|    56.4|    49.8|    49.7|    53.3|    51.0|    52.7|    43.9|
  2    |    139|      17|      12|      35|      25|      60|      96|      93|      85|
  %    |   17.0|     2.4|     1.8|     4.5|     3.7|     6.2|    11.2|    12.1|     9.9|
  3    |     10|       3|       5|       9|      22|       9|      38|      17|      35|
  %    |    1.2|      .4|      .7|     1.1|     3.2|      .9|     4.4|     2.2|     4.1|
  4    |      3|       3|       4|         |        |      6|      11|       3|       5|
  %    |     .4|      .4|      .6|         |        |     .6|     1.3|      .4|      .6|
  5    |     44|      11|      43|      55|      48|      44|      33|      12|      10|
  %    |    5.4|     1.6|     6.4|     7.0|     7.1|     4.5|     3.8|     1.6|     1.2|
  6    |     37|       1|       5|       4|       3|       6|       7|      26|       4|
  %    |    4.5|      .1|      .7|      .5|      .4|      .6|      .8|     3.4|      .5|
  7    |    124|     172|     186|     228|     207|     197|     127|     104|      20|
  %    |   15.1|    24.4|    27.5|    29.0|    30.4|    20.4|    14.8|    13.5|     2.3|
  8    |     10|      36|      36|      55|      24|      74|      98|      78|     299|
  %    |    1.2|     5.1|     5.3|     7.0|     3.5|     7.6|    11.4|    10.2|    34.9|
  9    |     37|      20|       2|         |      4|      20|       8|      11|       7|
  %    |    4.5|     2.8|      .3|         |     .6|     2.1|      .9|     1.4|      .8|
 10    |     18|       3|       2|       8|       9|      36|       3|      19|      15|
  %    |    2.2|      .4|      .3|     1.0|     1.3|     3.7|      .3|     2.5|     1.8|
 99    |    29M|     10M|     13M|      7M|     18M|         |   155M|     25M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |   390M|    386M|    315M|    391M|    314M|    723M|    183M|    389M|    344M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J     E          LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |    365|      90|     453|      |       404|     412|     419|     805|
  %    |   57.7|    34.4|    52.9|      |      48.5|    44.3|    63.8|    48.8|
  2    |     71|      16|      46|      |        31|      92|      15|     325|
  %    |   11.2|     6.1|     5.4|      |       3.7|     9.9|     2.3|    19.7|
  3    |      4|         |      8|      |         4|      12|       4|      10|
  %    |     .6|         |     .9|      |        .5|     1.3|      .6|      .6|
  4    |      1|       3|      53|      |         3|       5|      31|      15|
  %    |     .2|     1.1|     6.2|      |        .4|      .5|     4.7|      .9|
  5    |     11|       9|       4|      |       116|      70|         |     19|
  %    |    1.7|     3.4|      .5|      |      13.9|     7.5|         |    1.2|
  6    |     23|       2|         |     |         4|      22|       1|      11|
  %    |    3.6|      .8|         |     |        .5|     2.4|      .2|      .7|
  7    |     75|      10|      73|      |       179|     178|      42|     178|
  %    |   11.8|     3.8|     8.5|      |      21.5|    19.1|     6.4|    10.8|
  8    |     75|     126|     200|      |        73|     117|     140|     252|
  %    |   11.8|    48.1|    23.4|      |       8.8|    12.6|    21.3|    15.3|
  9    |      8|       6|         |     |        19|       7|       1|      12|
  %    |    1.3|     2.3|         |     |       2.3|      .8|      .2|      .7|
 10    |        |        |     19|      |           |     15|       4|      21|
  %    |        |        |    2.2|      |           |    1.6|      .6|     1.3|
 99    |    11M|         |    32M|      |        6M|         |    13M|      2M|
       |        |        |        |     |           |        |        |        |
  0    |   399M|    238M|    361M|2494M|       666M|    382M|    330M|    868M|
       |        |        |        |     |           |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494         1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   127


V208   <ISCO88> R: ILO/ ISCO Occupation Codes

Location:   213   MD1: 00000
Width:        5   MD2: 99996

Respondent’s Occupation: ILO/ ISCO - International Code 1988

AUS,D,PL,RUS,NZ,RP,LV,CY,CH: Present main job - ILO/ISCO 1988
H,IRL,CZ,BG,SLO,CDN,F: Present or last occupation-ISCO 1988
N,E: Present or last job - ILO/ISCO 1968
USA: Present or last job - ILO/ISCO 1968 based on the 1980
U.S. Occupational Codes
IL: Present job - ILO/ISCO 1968

See Note No. 1

    99996.   Not classifiable; inadequately described, DK
    99997.   Refused
    99998.   DK
    99999.   NA
    00000.   NAP (not in labour force, never had a job)
             Not available


V209   <OCC> R: National specific Occupation Codes

Location:   218   MD1: 00000
Width:        5   MD2: 99996

Respondent’s Occupation: National specific Occupation Codes

GB: Standard Occupation Classification SOC (present or last)
I: Italian 2-digit Occupation Codes
S: Nordic Standard Classification of Occupation Codes NSCO
F: French Standard Classification of Occupation Codes PCS

See Note No. 2

    99996.   Not classifiable; inadequately described
    99997.   Refused
    99998.   DK
    99999.   NA
    00000.   NAP (not in labour force, never had a job);
             J: Not available


V210   <SPISCO88> S-P: ILO/ ISCO Occupation Codes

Location:   223   MD1: 00000
Width:        5   MD2: 99996

Spouse Occupation: ILO/ ISCO - International Code 1988

IRL,H,CZ,BG,SLO,CDN,F: Present or last occupation-ISCO 1988
D,NZ,PL,RUS,RP,LV,CY,CH: Present main job - ISCO 1988
N: Present or last job - ILO/ISCO 1968
USA: Present or last job - ILO/ISCO 1968 based on the 1980
U.S. Occupational Codes

See Note No. 1

    99996.   Not classifiable; inadequately described
    99997.   Refused
    99998.   DK
    99999.   NA
    00000.   NAV; NAP (not married, no spouse, spouse not
             not in labour force, never had a job)
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   128


V211   <SPOCC> S-P: National specific Occupation Codes

Location:   228   MD1: 00000
Width:        5   MD2: 99996

Spouse Occupation: National specific Cccupation Codes

GB: Standard Occupation Classification SOC
I: Italian 2-digit Occupation Codes
S: Nordic Standard Classification of Occupation Codes NSCO
F: French Standard Classification of Occupation Codes PCS

See Note No. 2

    99996.   Not classifiable; inadequately described
    99997.   Refused
    99998.   DK
    99999.   NA
    00000.   NAP (not married, no spouse, spouse not
             in labour force, never had a job)
             J: Not available
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96   - Role of Government III          Page   129


V212    <WRKGVT> R: Working for private - public sector

Location:     233   MD1: 0
Width:          1   MD2: 8

Private versus public sector: (If R works dependent) Do you
work at present or did you work in the public sector before?

CZ: Do you work in a private or state sector or are you
entrepreneur/ self-employed?
N: Which type of organisation do you work for in your main
job?
PL: What is/was the form of ownership of this place of work?

      1. Works for government or public sector
         GB,N,SLO: Local,central government,public organisation
         BG: State government agency
         CZ: Public institution, state administration
         IRL: Civil service, local authority, non commercial
      2. Works for publicly owned firm
         H: Partly for public owned, partly in private ownership
         N: Other public organisations, charity, trust
         CZ: State or municipality enterprise, cooperative
         S: Public owned+comb.public+private
         IRL: Semi-state body
         SLO: Nationalized industry, public service, public
         enterprise, agricultural cooperative
      3. Works for private firm or sector
         N: Personal company, limited company
         CZ: Large joint-stock company, other private company
         RP: Private firm + unpaid family worker
         RUS: Doesn’t work for government or publicly owned firm
      6. GB: Non-profit organisations, welfare organistaion
         BG: Cooperative
         E: Others

      8. Self employed
         IRL: incl. farmer
         CZ: self-employed, freelance
         RP: self-employed/ informal sector
      9. NA, don’t know, can’t choose, refused
      0. NAP (unemployed, not in labour force, never had a
         job, not in paid work, not working)
         USA: Not available


            AUS   D-W      D-E    GB   USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    412| 293|      134| 226|       |    822|     138| 165| 304|
  %    |   40.8| 27.3|    26.5| 27.1|      |   63.4|    38.9| 21.3| 38.3|
  2    |        |     |        |  34|      |     79|         |  59|   33|
  %    |        |     |        | 4.1|      |    6.1|         | 7.6| 4.2|
  3    |    599| 782|      372| 543|       |    396|     217| 552| 456|
  %    |   59.2| 72.7|    73.5| 65.2|      |   30.5|    61.1| 71.1| 57.5|
  6    |        |     |        |  30|      |        |        |     |     |
  %    |        |     |        | 3.6|      |        |        |     |     |
  8    |   215M| 158M|     53M| 119M|      |    92M|    184M| 132M| 119M|
       |        |     |        |     |     |        |        |     |     |
  9    |   295M| 78M|      35M|   5M|      |     7M|     18M|      | 26M|
       |        |     |        |     |     |        |        |     |     |
  0    |   630M|1050M|    515M| 32M|1332M|     104M|    547M| 86M| 406M|
       |        |     |        |     |     |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151 2361      1109   989 1332      1500     1104   994 1344
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                    Page   130

V212    R: Working for private - public sector                                              (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    400|      69|      57|     211|     286|     478|      75|     177|      53|
  %    |   39.8|    12.9|     7.4|    52.9|    69.1|    57.9|    22.3|    28.4|    19.6|
  2    |    107|     116|     590|      30|      35|     310|      40|     115|         |
  %    |   10.6|    21.7|    76.3|     7.5|     8.5|    37.6|    11.9|    18.5|         |
  3    |    498|     350|     126|     158|      47|      37|     221|     331|     217|
  %    |   49.6|    65.4|    16.3|    39.6|    11.4|     4.5|    65.8|    53.1|    80.4|
  6    |        |        |        |        |     46|         |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |        |   11.1|         |        |        |        |
  8    |   138M|     73M|     83M|    198M|     61M|     44M|     86M|    109M|    437M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    67M|     27M|     35M|      2M|     14M|      5M|    160M|     25M|      2M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |    28M|    465M|    113M|    584M|    523M|    817M|    616M|    425M|    491M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |    104|      54|      54|     288|      95|     231|     117|     126|
  %    |   18.8|    34.8|    10.0|    15.5|    15.8|    32.3|    24.9|     8.3|
  2    |    148|      29|         |    157|     279|      50|      31|         |
  %    |   26.7|    18.7|         |    8.4|    46.3|     7.0|     6.6|         |
  3    |    302|      72|     484|    1367|     228|     434|     322|    1393|
  %    |   54.5|    46.5|    90.0|    73.3|    37.9|    60.7|    68.5|    91.7|
  6    |        |        |        |     52|         |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |    2.8|         |        |        |        |
  8    |    79M|     75M|    216M|    578M|     76M|     69M|    133M|    234M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    12M|     26M|      5M|      7M|     28M|         |    13M|     16M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |   398M|    244M|    490M|     45M|    799M|    528M|    384M|    749M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249     2494     1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III      Page   131


V213    <SELFEMP> R: Self-employed I

Location:     234      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 9

In your (main) job are you an employee or self-employed?

      1. Self employed (with/without employees)
         N,J,CH: incl. family members + freelance
         CZ: incl. freelance
         RP: informal sector
      2. Works for someone else

      9. NA, DK, refused
      0. NAP (unemployed, not in labour force, never had a job,
         not in paid work, not working)


            AUS   D-W   D-E    GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
  1    |    215| 158|    53| 119| 169|     92| 184| 132| 119|
  %    |   12.1| 12.8| 9.5| 12.5| 13.4| 6.6| 33.9| 14.5| 12.9|
  2    |   1559| 1075| 506| 833| 1095| 1294| 359| 776| 803|
  %    |   87.9| 87.2| 90.5| 87.5| 86.6| 93.4| 66.1| 85.5| 87.1|
  9    |   188M| 78M| 35M|     5M| 22M| 10M|        |     | 16M|
       |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |   189M|1050M| 515M| 32M| 46M| 104M| 561M| 86M| 406M|
       |        |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        2151 2361 1109     989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG   RUS     NZ   CDN   RP
  1    |    138|      73|      83|     198|      61|   44|    86| 128| 437|
  %    |   12.2|    11.6|    12.8|    33.2|    13.0| 5.0| 20.4| 17.4| 62.2|
  2    |    992|     556|     567|     399|     408| 830| 336| 609| 266|
  %    |   87.8|    88.4|    87.2|    66.8|    87.0| 95.0| 79.6| 82.6| 37.8|
  9    |    79M|      6M|    241M|      2M|     20M|      | 160M| 20M|   2M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |      |     |    |
  0    |    29M|    465M|    113M|    584M|    523M| 817M| 616M| 425M| 495M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |      |     |    |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012 1691 1198 1182 1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J        E       LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |     79|      75|     216|     578|      76|   69| 139| 234|
  %    |   16.0|    38.1|    28.6|    23.7|    10.8| 8.8| 24.4| 13.3|
  2    |    414|     122|     538|    1864|     629| 715| 430| 1530|
  %    |   84.0|    61.9|    71.4|    76.3|    89.2| 91.2| 75.6| 86.7|
  9    |        |        |     5M|      7M|      1M|      | 47M|   5M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
  0    |   550M|    303M|    490M|     45M|    799M| 528M| 384M| 749M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |     |     |     |
Sum        1043      500     1249     2494     1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   132


V214   <NEMPLOY> R: Self-employed II - how many employees

Location:   235   MD1: 0000
Width:        4   MD2: 9998

(If self-employed) Do you have any employees, how many?

    0001.   1 employee
    0002.   2 employees
    0003.   3 employees
    0004.   4 employees
    0005.   5 employees
    0006.   6 employees
    0009.   D: up to 9 employees
    0010.   10 employees
    0014.   CH: 10-18 employees
    0015.   15 employees
    0025.   25 employees
    0030.   30 employees
    0031.   F:> 30 employees
    0034.   CH: 19-48 employees
    0049.   D: up to 49 employees
    0050.   D: 50 + employees
    0074.   CH: 49-98 employees
    0099.   CH: 99 and more employees
    0100.   100 employees
    0500.   500 employees
    1000.   1000 employees
    5000.   5000 employees

    9995. No employees

    9998. Don’t know
    9999. NA
    0000. NAP ((code 2,0 in V213); never had a job,
          not in labour force, not self-employed); NAV
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   133


V215   <WRKHRS> R: Hours worked weekly

Location:    239    MD1: 00
Width:         2    MD2: 97

Hours worked weekly

AUS: How many hours did you work last week, how many hours
     do you usually work a week?
D:   How many hours per week do you normally work in your
     main job, including overtime?
GB: (Current job of 10 hours or more per week)
     (If in paid work, employee and self-employed) How many
     hours a week do you normally work in your main job?
USA: How many hours did you work last week, how many hours
     do you usually work a week, at all jobs?
I,N: (If in paid work) How many hours per week do you work
     normally in your main job, including overtime but
     excluding the time you need to get to your workplace
     and back home? (not housewife (man) or home duties)?
CZ,H:How many hours do you usually work a week, include your
     second jobs, other entrepreneurial activities?
PL: On the average, how many hours a week do you work at
     all jobs?
RP: In total, how many hours a week do you work?
NZ,CDN: How many hours, on average, do you usually work in a
     normal week?

    01. One hour
    ..     ..
    96. 96 hours and more

    97.     Refused
    98.     Don’t know, can’t say, varies too much
    99.     NA
    00.     NAP (not in paid work, never had a job, unemployed,
            not in labour force)
            D,NZ,E: Not available

 Categories

    01.     Up to 10 hours
    02.     11 - 20 hours
    03.     21 - 30 hours
    04.     31 - 35 hours
    05.     36 - 40 hours
    06.     41 - 50 hours
    07.     51 - 60 hours
    08.     more than 60 hours

    97.     Refused
    98.     Don’t know
    99.     No answer
    00.     NAV; NAP
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                 Page   134

V215    R: Hours worked weekly                                                           (continued)


            AUS   D-W   D-E             GB      USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |     73|      |     |           10|      25|      19|      37|   12|   56|
  %    |    6.1|      |     |          2.0|     2.7|     2.5|     6.6| 1.3| 6.3|
  2    |    124|      |     |           60|      48|      20|      50|   59|   82|
  %    |   10.3|      |     |         12.0|     5.2|     2.7|     8.9| 6.5| 9.2|
  3    |    136|      |     |           46|      63|      26|      52|   57|   64|
  %    |   11.3|      |     |          9.2|     6.8|     3.5|     9.2| 6.3| 7.2|
  4    |     66|      |     |           26|      50|      12|      10|   59|   48|
  %    |    5.5|      |     |          5.2|     5.4|     1.6|     1.8| 6.5| 5.4|
  5    |    423|      |     |          154|     362|     220|     231| 359| 373|
  %    |   35.2|      |     |         30.9|    39.1|    29.3|    41.0| 39.4| 42.0|
  6    |    219|      |     |          126|     221|     132|     110| 190| 196|
  %    |   18.2|      |     |         25.3|    23.9|    17.6|    19.5| 20.9| 22.0|
  7    |    113|      |     |           49|      97|     146|      55|   70|   41|
  %    |    9.4|      |     |          9.8|    10.5|    19.4|     9.8| 7.7| 4.6|
  8    |     49|      |     |           28|      59|     176|      19| 105|    29|
  %    |    4.1|      |     |          5.6|     6.4|    23.4|     3.4| 11.5| 3.3|
 97    |        |     |     |              |        |        |        |     |     |
       |        |     |     |              |        |        |        |     |     |
 98    |        |     |     |           7M|         |    11M|         |     |     |
       |        |     |     |              |        |        |        |     |     |
 99    |   327M|      |     |              |     6M|         |        |     | 49M|
       |        |     |     |              |        |        |        |     |     |
  0    |   621M|2361M|1109M|          483M|    401M|    738M|    540M| 83M| 406M|
       |        |     |     |              |        |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151 2361 1109              989     1332     1500     1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS    NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     21|      10|       7|       9|      11|       6|      |     10|      35|
  %    |    2.4|     1.6|     1.3|     1.5|     2.4|      .8|      |    1.4|     5.1|
  2    |     60|       7|      13|      32|      12|      34|      |     69|      70|
  %    |    6.9|     1.1|     2.4|     5.5|     2.6|     4.8|      |    9.7|    10.2|
  3    |     91|      14|      18|      42|      39|      62|      |     76|      83|
  %    |   10.4|     2.3|     3.3|     7.2|     8.6|     8.7|      |   10.6|    12.2|
  4    |     46|       9|       7|      11|      10|      81|      |     84|      37|
  %    |    5.3|     1.4|     1.3|     1.9|     2.2|    11.3|      |   11.7|     5.4|
  5    |    471|     147|     284|     179|     229|     308|      |    264|      83|
  %    |   53.9|    23.6|    52.8|    30.5|    50.4|    43.1|      |   36.9|    12.2|
  6    |    128|     314|     136|     196|     123|     165|      |    142|     176|
  %    |   14.6|    50.5|    25.3|    33.4|    27.1|    23.1|      |   19.9|    25.8|
  7    |     42|      72|      42|      57|      18|      35|      |     54|     104|
  %    |    4.8|    11.6|     7.8|     9.7|     4.0|     4.9|      |    7.6|    15.2|
  8    |     15|      49|      31|      61|      12|      23|      |     16|      95|
  %    |    1.7|     7.9|     5.8|    10.4|     2.6|     3.2|      |    2.2|    13.9|
 97    |        |     7M|      3M|         |        |    30M|      |        |     6M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |        |        |
 98    |        |        |    25M|      1M|     24M|    130M|      |        |    19M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |        |        |
 99    |   323M|      6M|     59M|     11M|     11M|         |     |    42M|      1M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |        |        |
  0    |    41M|    465M|    379M|    584M|    523M|    817M|1198M|    425M|    491M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |     |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691 1198      1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96    - Role of Government III           Page   135

V215    R: Hours worked weekly                                                  (continued)


           IL-J     IL-A        J     E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |      9|       1|      10|      |      6|       6|       3|      78|
  %    |    1.5|      .4|     1.3|      |     .9|      .8|      .5|     4.9|
  2    |     49|      15|      37|      |     30|      42|      16|     130|
  %    |    8.1|     6.6|     5.0|      |    4.4|     5.6|     2.6|     8.2|
  3    |     97|      37|      60|      |     28|      52|      21|     145|
  %    |   16.1|    16.3|     8.0|      |    4.1|     6.9|     3.5|     9.1|
  4    |     36|      21|      31|      |     19|      45|      66|      63|
  %    |    6.0|     9.3|     4.1|      |    2.8|     6.0|    10.9|     3.9|
  5    |    119|      52|     141|      |    403|     350|     388|     156|
  %    |   19.7|    22.9|    18.9|      |   58.7|    46.5|    63.9|     9.8|
  6    |    208|      74|     276|      |    101|     186|     100|     828|
  %    |   34.5|    32.6|    36.9|      |   14.7|    24.7|    16.5|    51.9|
  7    |     60|      11|     119|      |     50|      48|       9|     145|
  %    |   10.0|     4.8|    15.9|      |    7.3|     6.4|     1.5|     9.1|
  8    |     25|      16|      73|      |     49|      23|       4|      50|
  %    |    4.1|     7.0|     9.8|      |    7.1|     3.1|      .7|     3.1|
 97    |     6M|     27M|         |     |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
 98    |    12M|      6M|         |     |     1M|         |        |   172M|
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
 99    |     3M|      1M|      7M|      |    19M|         |     9M|      2M|
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
  0    |   419M|    239M|    495M|2494M|    799M|    560M|    384M|    749M|
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494      1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                 I S S P   96    - Role of Government III                  Page   136


V216    <WRKSUP> R: Supervise I

Location:     241   MD1: 0
Width:          1   MD2: 7

In your main job, do you supervise anyone or are you directly
responsible for the work of other people?

AUS: On your job, do you supervise anyone who is directly
     responsible to you?
SLO: What is (was) your position at working place?
CZ: Do (did) you have subordinates in your main employment?
PL: Do you supervise the work of other employees?

      1. Yes, supervise others at work
      2. No, do not supervise

      7.   Refused
      8.   Don’t know
      9.   NA
      0.   NAP (unemployed, not in labour force, never
           had a job, not working)
           USA,E: Not available


            AUS   D-W      D-E    GB   USA           H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    453| 627|      230| 327|       |       176|     147| 319| 426|
  %    |   39.3| 47.9|    38.8| 34.3|      |      12.6|    27.6| 36.3| 46.8|
  2    |    701| 682|      363| 626|       |      1220|     385| 561| 484|
  %    |   60.7| 52.1|    61.2| 65.7|      |      87.4|    72.4| 63.8| 53.2|
  7    |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
       |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
  8    |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
       |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
  9    |   316M|   2M|      1M|   4M|      |           |        | 31M| 28M|
       |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
  0    |   681M|1050M|    515M| 32M|1332M|        104M|    572M| 83M| 406M|
       |        |     |        |     |     |           |        |     |     |
Sum        2151 2361      1109   989 1332         1500     1104   994 1344


            S    CZ   SLO         PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    | 404| 182| 235|          153|     118|     168|     314|     375|      86|
  %    | 35.3| 29.0| 27.8|      25.6|    24.5|    19.6|    40.7|    51.2|    12.2|
  2    | 741| 445| 610|          445|     364|     691|     458|     357|     620|
  %    | 64.7| 71.0| 72.2|      74.4|    75.5|    80.4|    59.3|    48.8|    87.8|
  7    |      |  8M|      |          |     1M|      6M|         |        |     1M|
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |        |        |        |
  8    |      |     | 12M|           |        |     9M|         |        |     1M|
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    | 67M|       | 34M|        1M|      6M|         |    39M|     25M|      1M|
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    | 26M| 465M| 113M|       584M|    523M|    817M|    387M|    425M|    491M|
       |      |     |     |          |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum      1238 1100 1004         1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P   96    - Role of Government III           Page   137

V216    R: Supervise I                                                          (continued)


           IL-J     IL-A        J     E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |    207|      45|     275|      |    200|     437|     189|    1042|
  %    |   33.4|    19.1|    36.5|      |   29.0|    43.3|    32.9|    59.0|
  2    |    412|     191|     479|      |    489|     572|     385|     724|
  %    |   66.6|    80.9|    63.5|      |   71.0|    56.7|    67.1|    41.0|
  7    |     7M|     13M|      4M|      |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
  8    |    12M|     12M|         |     |        |        |     1M|         |
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
  9    |        |        |     1M|      |    17M|         |    41M|      3M|
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
  0    |   405M|    239M|    490M|2494M|    799M|    303M|    384M|    749M|
       |        |        |        |     |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494      1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   138


V217   <RINCOME> R: Earnings I

Location:   242   MD1: 000000
Width:        6   MD2: 999997

Respondent’s earnings I

AUS: Income per year in Australian $ (midpoints)
CDN: In what range would your own personal income fall?
     Midpoints of the categories in Canadian $
CH: Monthly net income (earnings like wages, pensions or
     unemployment benefits) after deduction of social security
     insurance contributions but before income taxes in
     Swiss francs. If someone refuses to declare or did not
     know a second question containing classified categories
     was asked. In these cases the class-midpoints are saved.
CY: Monthly gross earnings before taxes in Cyprus Pounds CYP
     (midpoints)
CZ: What is your average total net income per month? Count
     your net salary or wage, income from additional employ-
     ment, unemployment benefits, entrepreneurial profit.
D:   R’s net earnings per month after taxes and social
     insurance in DM
F:   R’s monthly earnings in Francs (midpoints)
GB: Own gross earnings from all sources before income tax
     and national insurance (midpoints in Pounds)
H:   R’s net earnings per month in Forint
IL: Midpoints of the categories in NIS
IRL: Into which category would you say your own yearly
     income before taxes and social insurance fall?
     (midpoints in Irish Pounds)
J:   How much did you earn yourself last year before taxes?
     (midpoints in thous. Yen)
LV: Monthly net income in Latvian Lats
N:   What was your personal gross income before taxes and
     allowances in 1995 include retirement benefits etc.?
NZ: Which of the following categories best describes your
     own yearly income from all sources before tax in N.Z.$?
     (midpoints of the catagories)
PL: What is your average monthly earnings from your present
     job or business after taxes in new Zloty?
RP: Respondent’s monthly earnings in Pesos (midpoints)
RUS: What is your monthly wage together with all the bonuses,
     compensations and other payments in thous. RUR?
S:   What is your approximate income per month before taxes
     in Skr? (midpoints)
SLO: What was your last regular monthly income after taxes
     and social insurances from all sources in Tolar?
USA: R’s earnings from all jobs in 1995 before taxes or other
     deductions in $ (midpoints)

    000014.   RUS:   14 000 RUR (in thous.)
    000800.   J :       800 000 Yen (in thous.)
    016500.   J :    16 500 000 Yen
    026000.   RUS:   26 000 000 RUR
    999000.   SLO:   990 000 Tolar
    999996.   N :    > 1 000 000 Kroner
    999996.   SLO:   > 999 000 Tolar
    999996.   RUS:   10 000 000 Rubel +
    999996.   CZ :   > 999 996 CZK

    999997. Refused
    999998. Don’t know
    999999. NA
            GB,CH: NA, refused
    000000. No own income
            E: Not available
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   139


V218   <INCOME> R: Family income I

Location:   248   MD1: 000000
Width:        6   MD2: 999997

Family income I

AUS: Income per year in Australian $
CDN: What is the total income of your household?
     Midpoints of the categories in Canadian $
CH: Monthly net income (earnings like wages, pensions or
     unemployment benefits) of all household members
     together after deduction of social security insurance
     contributions but before income taxes in Swiss francs.
     If someone refuses to declare or did not know a second
     question containing classified categories was asked.
     In these cases the class-midpoints are saved.
CY: Total monthly gross family income before taxes in CYP
     (midpoints)
CZ: What is an average total net income of your household
     per month in CZK? Count incomes of all members of your
     household, all social benefits, allowances and
     complementary incomes after taxation.
D:   Household net income per month after taxes and social
     insurance in DM
E:   Average monthly net income (midpoints) in Pta
F:   Total monthly family income from all sources in Francs
     (midpoints)
GB: Total gross income from all sources before income tax
     and national insurance (midpoints) in Pounds
H:   Gross household income from all sources incl. social
     benefits - monthly average net income in Forint
I:   Global net income per month after taxes in thous. Lire
     (midpoints in thous. Lire) - interviewer estimation
IRL: How about the yearly income of the household: be sure
     to include all pensions, social welfare payments etc.
     (midpoints in Irish Pounds)
J:   How much was the total income of your family last year
     before taxes? (midpoints in thous. Yen)
LV: HH monthly net income in Latvian Lats
N:   What was HH’s gross income before taxes and allowances)
     in 1995 include retirement benefits etc.?
NZ: Which of the following categories best describes the
     total yearly income of all persons in your household
     from all sources before tax in N.Z.$ (midpoints)?
PL: What is the monthly income of all the members of your
     household from all sources (after taxes)?
RP: Monthly family income in Pesos (midpoints)
RUS: What is your family income per member of your family
     per month in thous. RUR?
S:   Monthly household income before taxes in Skr (midpoints)
SLO: What was the net monthly income from all sources of all
     members of your household after taxes in Tolar?
USA: Total family income from all sources in 1995 before taxes
     or other deductions in $ (midpoints)

    000053.   RUS:   53 0000 RUR (in thous.)
    000250.   I :      250 000 Lire (in thous.)
    006550.   I :    6 550 000 Lire
    001500.   J :    1 500 000 Yen ( in thous.)
    010000.   N :    10 000 Kroner
    016500.   J :    16 500 000 Yen
    026000.   RUS:   26 000 000 RUR
    000001.   PL :   in thous. Zloty
    999000.   SLO:   990 000 Tolar
    999996.   N :    > 1 000 000 Kroner
    999996.   SLO:   > 999 000 Tolar
    999996.   RUS:   > 10 000 000 Rubel
    999996.   CZ :   > 999 996 CZK
    999996.   E :    > 1 000 000 Pta

    999997. Refused
    999997. Don’t know
    999999. NA
            GB,CH: NA, refused
    000000. No income; not available
ZA-No. 2900              I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   140


V219   <RELIG> R: Religious denomination

Location:    254    MD1: 00
Width:         2    MD2: 97

Religion

D: Which religious group do you belong to?
USA: What is your religious preference? Is it Protestant,
catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion
(If Protestant) What specific denomination is that?
GB,S,PL: Do you regard yourself as belonging to any particular
religion? If yes, which?
H: Church R was dominated to
CZ: What is your religious affiliation?
NZ: What is your current religion?
CDN,RP: What, if any, church or religious group you belong to?
J: What is your religious preference? Which group of
Christianity do you belong to?

    10.     Catholic
    11.     Greek Catholic
    12.     RP: Aglipayan
    20.     Jewish
    30.     Moslem, Islam
    31.     Druse
    40.     Baptist
    41.     Methodist
    42.     Lutheran
            D,SLO: Evangelical Church
            CZ: Evangelical, Czech Unity of Brethren, Hussite,
            Slovak Evangelical
    43.     Presbyterian/ Church of Scotland
    44.     Church of England/
            Church of Ireland/ Anglican
    45.     URC/ Congregational
            SK: Fraternity church
    46.     Episcopal
    47.     Unitarians
            AUS: Uniting Church
    48.     Protestant (evangelist) free church
            N,D: Other Protestant communities
    49.     Protestant
            (not elsewhere classified or not specified)
            GB: Other Protestant
            USA: Other Protestant denominations
            N:    Norwegian State-church
            S:    Church of Sweden
            H:    Hungarian Reformated (Calvin.)
    50.     J: Shinto
    51.     Hindu
    52.     Buddhists
    53.     Sikh
    54.     SLO,RUS: Orthodox
            BG: Eastern Orthodox
    55.     CDN: United Church of Canada
            RUS: Old Believers
    60.     GB: Free Presbytarian
    61.     Brethren
    62.     Pentecostal
    63.     Mormon
    64.     Salvation Army, Assemblies of God
    65.     Seventh Day Adventists
    66.     NZ: Ratana

    90.     None
    91.     No <GB,S,NZ,USA: Christian> denomination given
    92.     Other christian religion
    93.     Other non-christian
    94.     Other not classified

    97. Refused
    98. Don’t know
    99. NA
        CDN: NA, refused
    00. AUS,E: not available
ZA-No. 2900               I S S P   96   - Role of Government III       Page   141

V219    R: Religious denomination                                     (continued)


           AUS     D-W   D-E     GB   USA     H     I   IRL     N
 10    |      |    919|   59|    90| 315| 1034| 1041| 918|      6|
  %    |      |   39.0| 5.3| 9.1| 23.6| 69.5| 94.3| 93.0|      .5|
 11    |      |        |     |      |     |  33|      |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     | 2.2|      |     |     |
 20    |      |        |     |    3|   31|    6|      |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .3| 2.3|    .4|      |     |     |
 30    |      |        |     |    7|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .7|      |     |     |     |     |
 31    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 40    |      |        |     |   11| 282|       |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     | 1.1| 21.2|       |     |     |     |
 41    |      |        |     |   14| 105|       |     |   1|      |
  %    |      |        |     | 1.4| 7.9|        |     |  .1|      |
 42    |      |    928| 286|        |  97|   59|      |     |     |
  %    |      |   39.3| 25.9|       | 7.3| 4.0|       |     |     |
 43    |      |        |     |   41|      |     |     |   3|      |
  %    |      |        |     | 4.1|       |     |     |  .3|      |
 44    |      |        |     | 306|       |     |     |  29|      |
  %    |      |        |     | 30.9|      |     |     | 2.9|      |
 45    |      |        |     |    6|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .6|      |     |     |     |     |
 46    |      |        |     |      |  40|      |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      | 3.0|      |     |     |     |
 47    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 48    |      |     27|   12|       |     |     |     |     |  22|
  %    |      |    1.1| 1.1|        |     |     |     |     | 1.7|
 49    |      |        |     |   16| 195| 262|        |   1| 1159|
  %    |      |        |     | 1.6| 14.6| 17.6|       |  .1| 87.1|
 50    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 51    |      |        |     |    5|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .5|      |     |     |     |     |
 52    |      |        |     |    3|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .3|      |     |     |     |     |
 53    |      |        |     |    1|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .1|      |     |     |     |     |
 54    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 55    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 60    |      |        |     |    2|      |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |   .2|      |     |     |     |     |
 61    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 62    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 63    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 64    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 65    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 66    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      |     |     |     |     |     |
 90    |      |    341| 739| 435| 162|          |  50|   32| 108|
  %    |      |   14.5| 66.8| 44.0| 12.2|       | 4.5| 3.2| 8.1|
 91    |      |        |     |      |  38|   91|      |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |      | 2.9| 6.1|       |     |     |
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V219    R: Religious denomination                                      (continued)


          AUS      D-W   D-E      GB   USA    H    I     IRL     N
 92    |      |     55|    9|     41|   67|     |    |     2|      |
  %    |      |    2.3|   .8|    4.1| 5.0|      |    |    .2|      |
 93    |      |     89|    1|      8|      |    |    |     1|      |
  %    |      |    3.8|   .1|     .8|      |    |    |    .1|      |
 94    |      |        |     |       |     |  3|  13|        |  36|
  %    |      |        |     |       |     | .2| 1.2|        | 2.7|
 97    |      |        |     |       |     |    |    |    2M|      |
       |      |        |     |       |     |    |    |       |     |
 98    |      |        |     |       |     | 7M|     |    4M|      |
       |      |        |     |       |     |    |    |       |     |
 99    |      |     2M|   3M|        |     | 5M|     |    1M| 13M|
       |      |        |     |       |     |    |    |       |     |
  0    |2151M|         |     |       |     |    |    |       |     |
       |      |        |     |       |     |    |    |       |     |
Sum      2151     2361 1109      989 1332 1500 1104      994 1344
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V219    R: Religious denomination                                      (continued)


              S    CZ   SLO    PL    BG   RUS       NZ   CDN    RP
 10    |     13| 473| 700| 981|       4|    4|     148| 380| 1050|
  %    |    1.1| 46.9| 73.0| 89.5|   .4|   .3|    12.7| 41.0| 87.8|
 11    |        |   3|      |   1|      |     |        |     |     |
  %    |        |  .3|      |  .1|      |     |        |     |     |
 20    |        |   1|      |     |     |   1|       1|    6|      |
  %    |        |  .1|      |     |     |  .1|      .1|   .6|      |
 30    |      4|      |  11|      |  65|   45|       2|    7|    7|
  %    |     .3|      | 1.1|      | 6.6| 3.1|       .2|   .8|   .6|
 31    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
 40    |        |     |     |     |     |   4|      25|   15|   12|
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |  .3|     2.2| 1.6| 1.0|
 41    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     39|    1|    2|
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    3.4|   .1|   .2|
 42    |        |  60|   13|      |     |     |      2|    5|      |
  %    |        | 6.0| 1.4|       |     |     |     .2|   .5|      |
 43    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    186|    7|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |   16.0|   .8|      |
 44    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    280|   68|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |   24.1| 7.3|       |
 45    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
 46    |        |     |     |     |     |     |      5|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .4|      |     |
 47    |        |     |     |     |     |     |      1|    5|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .1|   .5|      |
 48    |     44|      |     |     |     |     |        |   1|      |
  %    |    3.6|      |     |     |     |     |        |  .1|      |
 49    |    915|    1|      |   2|    1|      |     16|   32|      |
  %    |   74.8|   .1|      |  .2|   .1|      |    1.4| 3.5|       |
 50    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
 51    |        |     |     |     |     |     |      7|    2|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .6|   .2|      |
 52    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     11|    3|    1|
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .9|   .3|   .1|
 53    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |   4|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |  .4|      |
 54    |        |   1|   27|    5| 836| 746|         2|    7|      |
  %    |        |  .1| 2.8|    .5| 84.4| 52.2|      .2|   .8|      |
 55    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |  82|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        | 8.8|      |
 60    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |        |     |     |
 61    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     12|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    1.0|      |     |
 62    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     13|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    1.1|      |     |
 63    |        |     |     |     |     |     |      8|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .7|      |     |
 64    |        |     |     |     |     |     |      6|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     .5|      |     |
 65    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     14|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    1.2|      |     |
 66    |        |     |     |     |     |     |     12|      |     |
  %    |        |     |     |     |     |     |    1.0|      |     |
 90    |    241| 460| 200|     78|    5| 620|      304| 205|       |
  %    |   19.7| 45.6| 20.9| 7.1|    .5| 43.4|    26.2| 22.1|      |
 91    |        |     |     |     |  76|      |        |  58|      |
  %    |        |     |     |     | 7.7|      |        | 6.3|      |
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V219    R: Religious denomination                                   (continued)


              S    CZ     SLO    PL   BG   RUS    NZ   CDN   RP
 92    |       |     |      6|   28|     |     |  58|   29| 120|
  %    |       |     |     .6| 2.6|      |     | 5.0| 3.1| 10.0|
 93    |      6|     |      2|      |    |     |   2|    7|   3|
  %    |     .5|     |     .2|      |    |     |  .2|   .8|  .3|
 94    |       |   9|         |   1|   3|    9|    7|    3|   1|
  %    |       |  .9|         |  .1|  .3|   .6|   .6|   .3|  .1|
 97    |       | 58M|         | 16M| 15M|      |     |     | 4M|
       |       |     |        |     |    |     |     |     |    |
 98    |       | 25M|      8M|      | 7M| 262M|      |     |    |
       |       |     |        |     |    |     |     |     |    |
 99    |    15M|  9M|     37M| 71M|      |     | 37M| 255M|     |
       |       |     |        |     |    |     |     |     |    |
  0    |       |     |        |     |    |     |     |     |    |
       |       |     |        |     |    |     |     |     |    |
Sum        1238 1100     1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200
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V219    R: Religious denomination                                    (continued)


         IL-J   IL-A      J     E        LV     F     CY     CH
 10    |     |     |      6|       |    249| 759|      4| 1107|
  %    |     |     |     .5|       |   16.6| 59.8|    .4| 44.4|
 11    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 20    | 1043|     |        |      |      1|   12|       |    6|
  %    |100.0|     |        |      |     .1|   .9|       |   .2|
 30    |     | 335|         |      |        |   7|       |   10|
  %    |     | 67.4|        |      |        |  .6|       |   .4|
 31    |     |   49|        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     | 9.9|         |      |        |     |      |      |
 40    |     |     |        |      |      4|      |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |     .3|      |      |      |
 41    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 42    |     |     |        |      |    245|      |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |   16.4|      |      |      |
 43    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 44    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 45    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 46    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 47    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 48    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 49    |     |     |      4|       |        |  23|       | 976|
  %    |     |     |     .3|       |        | 1.8|       | 39.1|
 50    |     |     |     16|       |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |    1.3|       |        |     |      |      |
 51    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 52    |     |     |    408|       |        |     |      |    4|
  %    |     |     |   33.2|       |        |     |      |   .2|
 53    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 54    |     |     |        |      |    320|      | 991|        |
  %    |     |     |        |      |   21.4|      | 99.5|       |
 55    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 60    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 61    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 62    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 63    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 64    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 65    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 66    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
 90    |     |     |    778|       |    599| 449|        | 290|
  %    |     |     |   63.3|       |   40.0| 35.4|       | 11.6|
 91    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
  %    |     |     |        |      |        |     |      |      |
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V219    R: Religious denomination                                   (continued)


           IL-J    IL-A    J      E    LV    F   CY   CH
 92    |       |    113|   6|       |  46|     |  1| 100|
  %    |       |   22.7|  .5|       | 3.1|     | .1| 4.0|
 93    |       |        | 11|       |     |    |    |  3|
  %    |       |        | .9|       |     |    |    | .1|
 94    |       |        |    |      |  32|  20|     |    |
  %    |       |        |    |      | 2.1| 1.6|     |    |
 97    |       |        | 8M|       |     |    | 1M|     |
       |       |        |    |      |     |    |    |    |
 98    |       |        | 3M|       |     |    |    |    |
       |       |        |    |      |     |    |    |    |
 99    |       |     3M|  9M|       |  9M| 42M|  3M| 22M|
       |       |        |    |      |     |    |    |    |
  0    |       |        |    |2494M|      |    |    |    |
       |       |        |    |      |     |    |    |    |
Sum        1043     500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
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V220    <ATTEND> R: Religious services - how often

Location:     256      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 7

Church attendance: How often do you attend religious services?

GB: (If any religion) Apart from such special occasions as
weddings, funerals and baptism, how often nowadays do you
attend services or meetings connected with your religion?
RUS,CDN: (If any religion) How often - religious services
RP: How often do you pray?

      1. Once a week, once a week or more, nearly once a week
         RP: Several times a day, once a day, several times
         a week, every week, nearly every week
      2. 2-3 times a month
         D: 1-3 times a month
         GB: At least once in a fortnight
      3. Once a month
         GB: At least once a month
      4. Several times a year
         GB: Once or twice a year
      5. Less frequently
         GB: Less often than once or twice a year
         I,NZ,RP: 1-2 a year, less than once a year
      6. Never

      7.   Refused
      8.   Don’t know, GB: varies too much
      9.   NA
      0.   NAP (no <christian> religion)
           E: Not available


            AUS      D-W   D-E    GB   USA        H        I   IRL     N
  1    |    280|     241|   30| 113| 389|       141|     393| 678|    54|
  %    |   14.0|    10.3| 2.7| 12.5| 29.9|      9.4|    35.9| 68.5| 4.1|
  2    |    139|     219|   27|   11| 117|       47|      76|   47|   46|
  %    |    7.0|     9.3| 2.5| 1.2| 9.0|        3.1|     6.9| 4.7| 3.5|
  3    |     79|         |     |  64|   89|      61|      65|   41|   40|
  %    |    4.0|         |     | 7.1| 6.8|      4.1|     5.9| 4.1| 3.0|
  4    |    243|     491|   95| 137| 199|       347|     196|   78| 152|
  %    |   12.2|    20.9| 8.7| 15.2| 15.3|     23.2|    17.9| 7.9| 11.5|
  5    |    602|     801| 293|    33| 309|      323|     210|   95| 563|
  %    |   30.1|    34.2| 26.9| 3.7| 23.7|     21.6|    19.2| 9.6| 42.5|
  6    |    656|     592| 646| 543| 199|        575|     155|   51| 470|
  %    |   32.8|    25.3| 59.2| 60.3| 15.3|    38.5|    14.2| 5.2| 35.5|
  7    |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |  2M|      |
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |
  8    |        |        |     |  6M|      |        |     9M|   2M|      |
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |
  9    |   152M|     17M| 18M|       | 30M|      6M|         |     | 19M|
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |
  0    |        |        |     | 82M|      |        |        |     |     |
       |        |        |     |     |     |        |        |     |     |
Sum        2151     2361 1109    989 1332      1500     1104   994 1344
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V220    R: Religious services - how often                                                   (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     34|      62|     140|     495|      24|      27|     179|     203|     693|
  %    |    2.8|    10.3|    14.2|    42.7|     2.5|     2.8|    15.8|    28.1|    58.3|
  2    |     29|      35|      70|     254|      39|      32|      20|      60|     184|
  %    |    2.4|     5.8|     7.1|    21.9|     4.1|     3.3|     1.8|     8.3|    15.5|
  3    |     24|      23|      81|     104|      54|      81|      32|      44|     106|
  %    |    2.0|     3.8|     8.2|     9.0|     5.6|     8.3|     2.8|     6.1|     8.9|
  4    |    104|      90|     388|     220|     313|     320|     117|     127|      51|
  %    |    8.7|    14.9|    39.4|    19.0|    32.7|    32.9|    10.3|    17.6|     4.3|
  5    |    622|     180|      49|      31|     271|     295|     439|     213|     155|
  %    |   51.9|    29.8|     5.0|     2.7|    28.3|    30.3|    38.7|    29.5|    13.0|
  6    |    386|     214|     256|      55|     257|     219|     347|      75|         |
  %    |   32.2|    35.4|    26.0|     4.7|    26.8|    22.5|    30.6|    10.4|         |
  7    |        |    30M|         |        |    11M|     32M|         |        |     4M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  8    |    18M|         |     9M|     22M|     26M|     65M|     64M|         |     4M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    21M|      6M|     11M|      2M|     17M|         |        |    15M|      3M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |   460M|         |        |        |   620M|         |   445M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J      E         LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |    155|     117|      29|       |       56|     106|      80|     194|
  %    |   15.1|    24.3|     2.3|       |      3.7|     8.2|     8.2|     7.7|
  2    |     30|      23|      33|       |       65|      46|     207|     145|
  %    |    2.9|     4.8|     2.7|       |      4.4|     3.6|    21.1|     5.8|
  3    |     23|      26|      84|       |       89|      32|     196|     112|
  %    |    2.2|     5.4|     6.8|       |      6.0|     2.5|    20.0|     4.5|
  4    |    294|      78|     327|       |      390|     171|     331|     477|
  %    |   28.7|    16.2|    26.5|       |     26.1|    13.2|    33.8|    19.0|
  5    |    148|      55|     527|       |      284|     281|     148|    1048|
  %    |   14.4|    11.4|    42.6|       |     19.0|    21.7|    15.1|    41.8|
  6    |    375|     183|     236|       |      610|     656|      17|     530|
  %    |   36.6|    38.0|    19.1|       |     40.8|    50.8|     1.7|    21.1|
  7    |     4M|     11M|      2M|       |          |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |      |          |        |        |        |
  8    |     6M|      5M|      2M|       |          |        |    18M|         |
       |        |        |        |      |          |        |        |        |
  9    |     8M|      2M|      9M|       |      11M|     20M|      3M|     12M|
       |        |        |        |      |          |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |2494M|           |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |      |          |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494         1505     1312     1000     2518
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V221    <CLASS> R: Subjective social class

Location:   257    MD1: 0
Width:        1    MD2: 7

Subjective social class

D,S: Which social class do you attribute yourself to?
AUS,J,USA: If you were asked to use one of four names for your
social class, which would you say you belong to: the lower,
the working, the middle, or the upper class?
N,I: Please tell me which social class you would say you
belong to?
IRL: If you had to classify yourself in to one of the
categories, which would it be?
CZ: Into what social class would you classify yourself?
SLO: Which social group do you think you belong to?
CDN: Some people consider themselves to be a member of a
specific social class. Of the following groups, would you
consider yourself a member of ...?
NZ: In terms of your social status, which of the following
categories do you think you fit into?
RP: At present, where will you put yourself?

      1. Lower class
         GB: Poor
         F: Lower class + excluded
      2. Working class
      3. Lower middle class/ upper working class
         I,H,N,CZ,RUS,J,CH: Lower middle class
         GB,F: Upper working class
      4. Middle class
      5. Upper middle class
      6. Upper class

      7. Classification refused
      8. Don’t know, can’t choose
      9. NA
         GB: NA, refused
      0. None of these classes, other
         CDN: No class affiliation
         E: Not available


          AUS    D-W   D-E     GB   USA      H        I    IRL     N
  1    |   44|    43|   50|    37|   76| 192|        20|    16|      |
  %    | 2.1| 1.9| 4.8| 3.8| 5.7| 13.0|             1.8| 1.7|        |
  2    | 852| 690| 579| 417| 601| 577|                  | 351| 357|
  %    | 41.1| 31.2| 55.2| 43.1| 45.3| 39.1|            | 37.3| 30.7|
  3    |      |      |     | 237|       | 371|      140| 142| 116|
  %    |      |      |     | 24.5|      | 25.1|    12.7| 15.1| 10.0|
  4    | 1146| 1238| 408| 255| 592| 312|            802| 385| 551|
  %    | 55.3| 56.0| 38.9| 26.3| 44.6| 21.1|       72.6| 40.9| 47.5|
  5    |      | 229|    12|    22|      |   22|     128|    43| 130|
  %    |      | 10.4| 1.1| 2.3|         | 1.5|     11.6| 4.6| 11.2|
  6    |   32|    12|      |      |  57|     2|      14|     5|    7|
  %    | 1.5|     .5|      |      | 4.3|    .1|     1.3|    .5|   .6|
  7    |      | 63M| 37M|         |     |      |        |      |     |
       |      |      |     |      |     |      |        |      |     |
  8    |      | 46M| 10M| 16M|          | 23M|          | 52M| 139M|
       |      |      |     |      |     |      |        |      |     |
  9    | 77M|     3M|   2M|    5M|   6M|    1M|         |      | 44M|
       |      |      |     |      |     |      |        |      |     |
  0    |      | 37M| 11M|         |     |      |        |      |     |
       |      |      |     |      |     |      |        |      |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109       989 1332 1500        1104    994 1344
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V221    R: Subjective social class                                                        (continued)


              S       CZ   SLO    PL     BG            RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |     47|      61|   59|   80| 116|             275|      57|      23|     374|
  %    |    4.1|     5.8| 6.2| 7.2| 12.6|             17.4|     5.4|     2.5|    31.2|
  2    |    470|     371| 385| 541| 448|               460|     218|     128|     235|
  %    |   41.4|    35.1| 40.6| 48.9| 48.5|           29.2|    20.8|    13.7|    19.6|
  3    |        |    249|      |     | 126|            230|     151|     116|     116|
  %    |        |   23.6|      |     | 13.7|          14.6|    14.4|    12.5|     9.7|
  4    |    491|     337| 447| 423| 204|               567|     476|     476|     408|
  %    |   43.3|    31.9| 47.2| 38.2| 22.1|           36.0|    45.5|    51.1|    34.0|
  5    |    120|      36|   50|   49|    25|            42|     127|     176|      46|
  %    |   10.6|     3.4| 5.3| 4.4| 2.7|               2.7|    12.1|    18.9|     3.8|
  6    |      6|       2|    7|   13|     4|             2|      18|      12|      21|
  %    |     .5|      .2|   .7| 1.2|     .4|            .1|     1.7|     1.3|     1.8|
  7    |        |    13M|      | 17M|       |              |        |        |        |
       |        |        |     |     |      |              |        |        |        |
  8    |    87M|     31M| 43M| 40M| 68M|              115M|    101M|         |        |
       |        |        |     |     |      |              |        |        |        |
  9    |    17M|         | 13M|   2M| 11M|                 |    50M|     56M|         |
       |        |        |     |     |      |              |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |     | 18M| 10M|                 |        |   195M|         |
       |        |        |     |     |      |              |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100 1004 1183 1012               1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J      E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |     48|      42|      78|       |    312|      25|      13|      50|
  %    |    4.7|     8.6|     6.6|       |   22.8|     2.3|     1.4|     2.0|
  2    |     91|      66|         |      |    554|     248|     144|         |
  %    |    8.9|    13.5|         |      |   40.4|    22.9|    15.1|         |
  3    |    596|     245|     279|       |    114|     105|     186|     314|
  %    |   58.2|    50.1|    23.7|       |    8.3|     9.7|    19.5|    12.8|
  4    |    237|      85|     609|       |    373|     527|     424|    1690|
  %    |   23.1|    17.4|    51.8|       |   27.2|    48.8|    44.5|    68.8|
  5    |     48|      42|     184|       |     15|     151|     165|     380|
  %    |    4.7|     8.6|    15.7|       |    1.1|    14.0|    17.3|    15.5|
  6    |      4|       9|      25|       |      3|      25|      20|      23|
  %    |     .4|     1.8|     2.1|       |     .2|     2.3|     2.1|      .9|
  7    |    11M|      8M|      9M|       |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  8    |        |        |    53M|       |   126M|         |    33M|     31M|
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  9    |     8M|      3M|     12M|       |     8M|     24M|     10M|     30M|
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |2494M|         |   207M|      5M|         |
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494       1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900                I S S P   96   - Role of Government III       Page   151


V222    <UNION> R: Trade union membership

Location:   258    MD1: 0
Width:        1    MD2: 9

Trade <labour> union membership
Are you a member in a trade union at present?

GB: Are you now a member of trade union or staff association?
PL: Do you belong to a trade union?
USA: Do you (or your spouse) belong to a labor union?

      1. Member
         D: now member
      2. No member
         D: never member; now no member, but once member
         USA: R no member; spouse member

      9. NA, refused, don’t know
      0. NAP (unemployed, not in labour force, not working,
         never had a job);
         AUS: Not available


          AUS    D-W      D-E    GB   USA     H        I   IRL     N
  1    |      | 213|      123| 224| 105| 241|        106| 254| 608|
  %    |      | 18.1|    24.5| 23.6| 12.1| 16.8|    32.0| 26.2| 46.6|
  2    |      | 963|      380| 727| 766| 1197|       225| 717| 698|
  %    |      | 81.9|    75.5| 76.4| 87.9| 83.2|    68.0| 73.8| 53.4|
  9    |      |   1M|         |  6M|      | 62M|         |  8M| 38M|
       |      |      |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
  0    |2151M|1184M|     606M| 32M| 461M|       |   773M| 15M|       |
       |      |      |        |     |     |     |        |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361       1109   989 1332 1500       1104   994 1344


            S     CZ   SLO     PL    BG       RUS    NZ    CDN    RP
  1    | 855| 197| 319| 107| 197|             510| 204| 210|      50|
  %    | 71.1| 35.7| 33.6| 17.9| 20.6|       52.8| 17.9| 28.6| 7.1|
  2    | 347| 355| 629| 492| 758|             455| 936| 524| 651|
  %    | 28.9| 64.3| 66.4| 82.1| 79.4|       47.2| 82.1| 71.4| 92.9|
  9    | 36M|     7M| 56M|        | 57M|          | 58M| 23M|     8M|
       |      |      |     |      |     |         |     |      |     |
  0    |      | 541M|      | 584M|      |    726M|      | 425M| 491M|
       |      |      |     |      |     |         |     |      |     |
Sum      1238 1100 1004 1183 1012            1691 1198 1182 1200


         IL-J IL-A      J     E    LV      F    CY          CH
  1    | 226|    67| 124| 153| 266| 230| 345|              415|
  %    | 35.5| 28.2| 23.6| 6.3| 17.7| 20.2| 54.2|         16.6|
  2    | 410| 171| 401| 2292| 1233| 910| 291|             2079|
  %    | 64.5| 71.8| 76.4| 93.7| 82.3| 79.8| 45.8|        83.4|
  9    |      |    | 13M| 49M|     6M|       |  9M|        24M|
       |      |    |      |     |     |      |     |           |
  0    | 407M| 262M| 711M|      |     | 172M| 355M|            |
       |      |    |      |     |     |      |     |           |
Sum      1043   500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000              2518
ZA-No. 2900             I S S P   96   - Role of Government III       Page   152


V223    <PARTY_LR> Party affiliation I: left - right

Location:   259    MD1: 0
Width:        1    MD2: 8

Political party affiliation I - derived from V224 to V247

RP: In politics there are often used terms the Left and the
Right. Where do you place yourself?
NZ: Generally speaking, in politics do you usually think of
yourself as:
H,CY: Political preference (left-right,H: 10 point scale).
Where would you place yourself politically?

      1. Far left (communist, etc.)
         GB: Green
      2. Left, centre left
      3. Centre, liberal
      4. Right, conservative
      5. Far right, fascist etc.
      6. Other, no specification
      7. No party; no preference
         D,IRL,CZ,SLO: Would not vote, not eligible

      8. Don’t know, undecided, can’t choose
      9. No answer, refused
      0. I,IL,E,LV: not available


          AUS    D-W   D-E    GB   USA      H      I    IRL     N
  1    |   27|     7| 119|    13|      |   86|       |      |  13|
  %    | 1.3|     .4| 14.6| 1.4|       | 7.8|        |      | 1.0|
  2    | 811| 785| 293| 418| 442| 277|               |   24| 371|
  %    | 40.0| 40.2| 35.9| 44.6| 33.3| 25.0|         | 2.4| 29.5|
  3    | 145| 165|      40| 112| 500| 623|           | 352| 189|
  %    | 7.1| 8.5| 4.9| 11.9| 37.6| 56.3|            | 35.8| 15.0|
  4    | 944| 569| 213| 285| 373| 103|               |    9| 272|
  %    | 46.5| 29.2| 26.1| 30.4| 28.1| 9.3|          |   .9| 21.6|
  5    |      |   37|   12|      |     |   17|       |      |     |
  %    |      | 1.9| 1.5|        |     | 1.5|        |      |     |
  6    |    6|    23|    6|   25|   14|       |      |      |   4|
  %    |   .3| 1.2|     .7| 2.7| 1.1|         |      |      |  .3|
  7    |   96| 365| 133|      85|      |      |      | 599| 408|
  %    | 4.7| 18.7| 16.3| 9.1|         |      |      | 60.9| 32.5|
  8    |      | 269M| 200M| 39M|       | 357M|       |   6M| 34M|
       |      |      |     |     |     |      |      |      |     |
  9    | 122M| 141M| 93M| 12M|      3M| 37M|         |   4M| 53M|
       |      |      |     |     |     |      |      |      |     |
  0    |      |      |     |     |     |      |1104M|       |     |
       |      |      |     |     |     |      |      |      |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109      989 1332 1500 1104         994 1344
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V223    Party affiliation I: left - right                                                   (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |        |     70|         |        |     36|     209|      52|       3|      24|
  %    |        |    8.2|         |        |    4.7|    12.5|     4.5|      .3|     2.0|
  2    |    452|     234|      92|     347|     103|     109|     339|     189|      16|
  %    |   37.9|    27.5|    12.3|    31.5|    13.5|     6.5|    29.0|    19.0|     1.3|
  3    |    144|      87|     171|     126|      60|     141|      43|     489|     242|
  %    |   12.1|    10.2|    22.9|    11.4|     7.8|     8.4|     3.7|    49.0|    20.3|
  4    |    230|     310|     276|     349|     233|     164|     429|      34|     121|
  %    |   19.3|    36.4|    37.0|    31.7|    30.5|     9.8|    36.7|     3.4|    10.1|
  5    |        |     39|      30|         |     43|      32|         |      3|      40|
  %    |        |    4.6|     4.0|         |    5.6|     1.9|         |     .3|     3.4|
  6    |     17|      60|       8|      11|       8|         |     35|       6|      14|
  %    |    1.4|     7.1|     1.1|     1.0|     1.0|         |    3.0|      .6|     1.2|
  7    |    349|      51|     169|     268|     282|    1022|     270|     273|     737|
  %    |   29.3|     6.0|    22.7|    24.3|    36.9|    60.9|    23.1|    27.4|    61.7|
  8    |        |   129M|    251M|     36M|    161M|     14M|      3M|         |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  9    |    46M|    120M|      7M|     46M|     86M|         |    27M|    185M|      6M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J      E    LV             F       CY       CH
  1    |      |     |          42|       |     |          85|      44|      22|
  %    |      |     |         3.7|       |     |         7.0|     4.7|      .9|
  2    |      |     |          98|       |     |         401|     234|     432|
  %    |      |     |         8.6|       |     |        33.0|    24.7|    17.3|
  3    |      |     |          90|       |     |         115|     233|     156|
  %    |      |     |         7.9|       |     |         9.5|    24.6|     6.3|
  4    |      |     |         376|       |     |         212|     296|     360|
  %    |      |     |        32.8|       |     |        17.4|    31.3|    14.4|
  5    |      |     |             |      |     |          76|      60|      24|
  %    |      |     |             |      |     |         6.3|     6.3|     1.0|
  6    |      |     |           6|       |     |         103|       7|      42|
  %    |      |     |          .5|       |     |         8.5|      .7|     1.7|
  7    |      |     |         533|       |     |         224|      72|    1458|
  %    |      |     |        46.6|       |     |        18.4|     7.6|    58.5|
  8    |      |     |         32M|       |     |             |    45M|     14M|
       |      |     |             |      |     |             |        |        |
  9    |      |     |         72M|       |     |         96M|      9M|     10M|
       |      |     |             |      |     |             |        |        |
  0    |1043M| 500M|              |2494M|1505M|              |        |        |
       |      |     |             |      |     |             |        |        |
Sum      1043   500          1249 2494 1505             1312     1000     2518
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V224    <AUS_PRTY> AUS: Party affiliation II

Location:   260   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

AUS - Australia
Generally speaking, in federal politics do you usually think
of yourself as a supporter of ...?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2029

01.   Liberal Party                                                851    2.41   41.94
02.   Labour Party                                                 811    2.30   39.97
03.   National Party                                                93    0.26    4.58
04.   Democrats                                                    145    0.41    7.15
05.   Greens                                                        27    0.08    1.33
06.   Nuclear Disarmament                                            0    0.00    0.00

95. Other Party                                                      6    0.02     0.30
96. No party preference                                             96    0.27     4.73

99. NA                                                             122    0.35      .
00. Not available                                                33162   93.91      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V225    <BG_PRTY> BG: Party affiliation II

Location:   262   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

BG - Bulgaria
Political party sympathized to

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     922

01.   Bulgarian Socialist Party - BSP                              147    0.42   15.94
02.   Union Democratic Forces - UDF                                358    1.01   38.83
03.   Movement for Civil Rights + Freedom - MRF                     21    0.06    2.28
04.   Peoples Union - PU                                            21    0.06    2.28
05.   Business Block - BBB                                          29    0.08    3.15

95. Other Party                                                     32    0.09    3.47
96. No party preference                                            314    0.89   34.06

99. No answer                                                       90    0.25      .
00. Not available                                                34301   97.13      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V226    <CDN_PRTY> CDN: Party affiliation II

Location:   264   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

CDN - Canada
Generally speaking, in federal politics do you usually think
yourself as Progressive, Conservative, Liberal, NDP or some-
thing else?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     997

01.   PC                                                           139    0.39   13.94
02.   Liberal                                                      350    0.99   35.11
03.   NDP                                                          104    0.29   10.43
04.   Bloc Quebecois                                                80    0.23    8.02
05.   Reform                                                        34    0.10    3.41
06.   Libertarian                                                    2    0.01    0.20
07.   Confederation of regions                                       1    0.00    0.10
08.   Communist                                                      3    0.01    0.30
09.   Green Party                                                    5    0.01    0.50

95. Other Party                                                      6    0.02    0.60
96. No regular party affiliation                                   273    0.77   27.38

99. NA                                                             185    0.52     .
00. NAP; Not available                                           34131   96.65     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V227    <CH_PRTY> CH: Party affiliation II

Location:   266   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

CH - Switzerland
Generally, do you feel affiliated or sympahize with a specific
political party (without necessarily being a member)?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2494

01.   FDP (Radical Party)                                          147    0.42    5.89
02.   CVP (Christian Democratic Party)                             129    0.37    5.17
03.   SP (Social Democratic Party)                                 375    1.06   15.04
04.   SVP (Swiss People’s Party)                                   151    0.43    6.05
05.   LdU (Independent Party)                                        6    0.02    0.24
06.   FPS (Freedom Party)                                           11    0.03    0.44
07.   EVP (Evangelical People’s Party)                              15    0.04    0.60
08.   FL (Free List)                                                 1    0.00    0.04
09.   PdA/ POCH (Labour Party)                                      11    0.03    0.44
10.   GPS (Green Party)                                             56    0.16    2.25
11.   GB (Green Alliance)                                           11    0.03    0.44
12.   SD (Swiss Democrats)                                           9    0.03    0.36
13.   LPS (Liberal Party)                                           62    0.18    2.49
14.   CSP (Christian Social Party)                                   6    0.02    0.24
15.   Lega (Lega)                                                    4    0.01    0.16

95. Other Party                                                     42    0.12    1.68
96. No party preference                                           1458    4.13   58.46

98. Don’t know                                                      14    0.04     .
99. No answer                                                       10    0.03     .
00. Not available                                                32795   92.87     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V228    <CY_PRTY> CY: Party affiliation II

Location:   268   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CY - Cyprus

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V229    <CZ_PRTY> CZ: Party affiliation II

Location:   270   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 97

CZ - Czech Republic
Can you tell us which political party you would vote for if
elections to parliament were held next week?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     851

01.   SD-LSNS - Free Democrats - Liberal National Party             10    0.03    1.18
02.   CSSD - Czech Social Democratic Party                         234    0.66   27.50
03.   ODS - Civic Democratic Party                                 251    0.71   29.49
04.   Non Party Individuals                                          5    0.01    0.59
05.   MNS-HSMS - Moravian National Party, Movement of                1    0.00    0.12
      Silesian-Moravian Unification
06.   DEU - Democratic Union                                        11    0.03    1.29
07.   ODA - Citizen Democratic Alliance                             59    0.17    6.93
08.   KDU-CSL - Christian and Democratic Union,                     87    0.25   10.22
      Czechoslovak People’s Party
09.   DZJ - Pensioners for Life Securities                          23    0.07     2.70
10.   SDL - Democratic Left Party                                    0    0.00     0.00
11.   CMUS - Bohemian-Moravian Centrist Union                        0    0.00     0.00
12.   CP - Czech Right                                               0    0.00     0.00
13.   KSCM - Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia                 70    0.20     8.23
14.   SPR-RSC - Republican Party of Czechoslovakia                  39    0.11     4.58
15.   LB - Left Block                                                2    0.01     0.24
16.   HSMS-MNS - Movement for the Self Administration of             3    0.01     0.35
      Moravia and Silesia - Moravian National Unification

95. Other Party                                                      5    0.01     0.59
96. Would not vote; was not entitled to vote                        51    0.14     5.99

97.   Refused                                                      100    0.28      .
98.   Don’t know                                                   129    0.37      .
99.   NA                                                            20    0.06      .
00.   Not available                                              34213   96.88      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V230    <D_PRTY> D: Party affiliation II

Location:   272   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 97

D - Germany
If there is a general election next Sunday, which party would
you elect with your second vote?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2767

01.   CDU/ CSU                                                     782    2.21   28.26
02.   SPD                                                          723    2.05   26.13
03.   FDP                                                          205    0.58    7.41
04.   Buendnis 90/ Die Gruenen                                     355    1.01   12.83
05.   NPD                                                            0    0.00    0.00
06.   DKP                                                            0    0.00    0.00
07.   Republikaner                                                  49    0.14    1.77
08.   PDS/ Linke Liste                                             126    0.36    4.55

95. Other party                                                     29    0.08    1.05
96. Would not vote; not eligible (no german nationality)           498    1.41   18.00

97.   Refused                                                      228    0.65     .
98.   Don’t know                                                   469    1.33     .
99.   NA                                                             6    0.02     .
00.   NAP; Not available                                         31843   90.17     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V231    <E_PRTY> E: Party affiliation II

Location:   274   MD1: 0
Width:        2

E - Spain

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V232    <F_PRTY> F: Party affiliation II

Location:   276   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

F - France
Which political party or movement do you feel close to?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1216

01.   Communist Party                                               70    0.20    5.76
02.   Far left                                                      15    0.04    1.23
03.   Socialist party                                              401    1.14   32.98
04.   Green                                                         76    0.22    6.25
05.   UDF-Liberal Parties                                          115    0.33    9.46
06.   RPR-Conservative                                             212    0.60   17.43
07.   National Front                                                76    0.22    6.25

95. Other Party                                                     27    0.08    2.22
96. No party preference; no vote                                   224    0.63   18.42

99. NA                                                              96    0.27     .
00. NAP; Not available                                           34001   96.28     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V233    <GB_PRTY> GB: Party affiliation II

Location:   278   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

GB - Great Britain
Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a supporter
of any political party? If yes: Which one?
Do you think of yourself as a little closer to one political
party than the others? If yes: Which one? If there were a
general election tomorrow which political party do you think
you would be most likely to support?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     938

01.   Conservative                                                 285    0.81   30.38
02.   Labour                                                       418    1.18   44.56
03.   Liberal Democrats                                            112    0.32   11.94
04.   NIalliance                                                     0    0.00    0.00
05.   Dem. Union                                                     0    0.00    0.00
06.   SNP (Scottish Nationalist Party)                              16    0.05    1.71
07.   Plaid Cymru                                                    2    0.01    0.21

93. Other answer                                                     2    0.01     0.21
95. Other party                                                     18    0.05     1.92
96. Would not vote; no party preference                             85    0.24     9.06

98. Don’t know, undecided                                           39    0.11      .
99. NA, refused                                                     12    0.03      .
00. Not available                                                34324   97.20      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V234    <H_PRTY> H: Party affiliation II

Location:   280   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 97

H - Hungary
If there is a general election next Sunday, would you go
to vote? If yes, then "Which party would you vote for?"

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1065

01.   HSP-Hungarian Socialist Party                                169    0.48   15.87
02.   AFD-Alliance of Free Democrats                                83    0.24    7.79
03.   HDF-Hungarian Democratic Forum                                31    0.09    2.91
04.   FYD-Federation of Young Democrats                            120    0.34   11.27
05.   CDPP-Christian Democratic People’s Party                      60    0.17    5.63
06.   ISHP-Independent Small Holders                               141    0.40   13.24
07.   USH-Unified Small Holders                                      0    0.00    0.00
08.   HWP-Workers Party                                             22    0.06    2.07
09.   SDHP-Social Democratic Party                                   3    0.01    0.28

95. Other party                                                     12    0.03    1.13
96. Would not vote; no party preference                            424    1.20   39.81

97.   Refused                                                       67    0.19      .
98.   Can’t choose                                                 360    1.02      .
99.   NA                                                             8    0.02      .
00.   Not available                                              33813   95.75      .

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V235    <I_PRTY> I: Party affiliation II

Location:   282   MD1: 0
Width:        2

I - Italy

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V236    <IL_PRTY> IL: Party affiliation II

Location:   284   MD1: 0
Width:        2

IL - Israel

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V237    <IRL_PRTY> IRL: Party affiliation II

Location:   286   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

IRL - Ireland
If there were a general election tomorrow, which party would
you vote for?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     986

01.   Fianna Fail                                                  210    0.59   21.30
02.   Fine Gael                                                    106    0.30   10.75
03.   Labour                                                        28    0.08    2.84
04.   Worker’s Party                                                 8    0.02    0.81
05.   Progressive Party                                              9    0.03    0.91
06.   Green Party                                                    8    0.02    0.81
07.   Sinn Fein                                                     10    0.03    1.01
08.   Democratic Left                                                6    0.02    0.61

95. Other Party                                                      0    0.00    0.00
96. Would not vote; no party preference                            601    1.70   60.95

98. Can’t choose                                                     2    0.01     .
99. NA                                                               6    0.02     .
00. NAP; Not available                                           34319   97.19     .

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V238    <J_PRTY> J: Party affiliation II

Location:   288   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 97

J - Japan
What is your party preference?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1145

01.   Liberal Democratic                                           357    1.01   31.18
02.   New Frontier Party                                            90    0.25    7.86
03.   Japan Social Democratic Party                                 98    0.28    8.56
04.   New Party Sakigake                                            19    0.05    1.66
05.   Japanese Communist Party                                      42    0.12    3.67

95. Other Party                                                      6    0.02    0.52
96. Would not vote; No party preference                            533    1.51   46.55

97.   Refused                                                       36    0.10     .
98.   Don’t know                                                    32    0.09     .
99.   Na, refused                                                   36    0.10     .
00.   Not available                                              34064   96.46     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V239    <LV_PRTY> LV: Party affiliation II

Location:   290   MD1: 0
Width:        2

LV - Latvia

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V240    <N_PRTY> N: Party affiliation II

Location:   292   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

N - Norway
Do you consider yourself as a supporter of a political party,
which party?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1257

01.   Red Electoral Alliance (R d Valgallianse)                     13    0.04    1.03
02.   Labour Party (Det norske Arbeiderparti)                      314    0.89   24.98
03.   Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet)                           99    0.28    7.88
04.   Conservative Party (H yre)                                   173    0.49   13.76
05.   Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti)             76    0.22    6.05
06.   Centre party (Senterpartiet) formerly Agrarian P.             81    0.23    6.44
07.   Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti)              57    0.16    4.53
08.   Liberal Party (Venstre)                                       32    0.09    2.55

95. Other party                                                      4    0.01    0.32
96. No party preference                                            408    1.16   32.46

98. Don’t know                                                      34    0.10     .
99. NA                                                              53    0.15     .
00. Not available                                                33969   96.19     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V241    <NZ_PRTY> NZ: Party vote general election 93

Location:   294   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

NZ - New Zealand
Generally speaking, in politics do you usually think of
yourself as a supporter of ...?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1168

01.   Alliance                                                      52    0.15    4.45
02.   Labour Party                                                 339    0.96   29.02
03.   National Party                                               429    1.21   36.73
04.   New Zealand First                                             43    0.12    3.68

95. Other party                                                     35    0.10    3.00
96. No particular party                                            270    0.76   23.12

98. Don’t know                                                       3    0.01     .
99. NA                                                              27    0.08     .
00. Not available                                                34115   96.61     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V242    <PL_PRTY> PL: Party affiliation II

Location:   296   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

PL - Poland -

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1101

01.   Labor Union                                                   62    0.18    5.63
02.   Bloc for Poland                                                9    0.03    0.82
03.   Pensioners’ Alliance                                          12    0.03    1.09
04.   Freedom Union                                                126    0.36   11.44
05.   Solidarity Election Action                                   293    0.83   26.61
06.   Democratic Left Alliance                                     196    0.56   17.80
07.   Polish Peasants’ Party                                        69    0.20    6.27
08.   Rightest Union of the Republic                                12    0.03    1.09
09.   Movement for the Reconstruction of Poland                     23    0.07    2.09
10.   Pensioners’ Party                                             20    0.06    1.82

95. Other Party                                                     11    0.03    1.00
96. Would not vote; no preference                                  268    0.76   24.34

98. Don’t know                                                      36    0.10     .
99. NA                                                              46    0.13     .
00. NAP; Not available                                           34130   96.65     .

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V243    <RP_PRTY> RP: Party affiliation II

Location:   298   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RP - Philippines
Which political party do you favour?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1200

01.   Lakas NUCD-UMDP                                               92    0.26     7.67
02.   Lakas ng Demokratiko                                          41    0.12     3.42
03.   Nationalists People                                           11    0.03     0.92
04.   PRP Peoples Reform Party                                      10    0.03     0.83
05.   Liberal Party                                                 11    0.03     0.92
06.   Nacionlista Party                                             10    0.03     0.83
07.   Phil. Democratic Party                                         5    0.01     0.42
08.   Partido Democratico                                            1    0.00     0.08
09.   Lapiang Manggagawa                                             1    0.00     0.08
10.   Partido ng Masang Pi                                           3    0.01     0.25
12.   Kilusang Bagong Lipu                                           7    0.02     0.58
14.   Partido Panghiusa                                             19    0.05     1.58
19.   NUCD                                                           1    0.00     0.08

95. Other party                                                      0    0.00    0.00
96. No party preference                                            988    2.80   82.33

00. NAP; Not available                                           34113   96.60      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V244    <RUS_PRTY> RUS: Party affiliation II

Location:   300   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

RUS - Russia
Which party would you vote for at the next elections?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1385

01.   Agrarian Party                                                12    0.03     0.87
02.   National-Patriotic Union                                      42    0.12     3.03
03.   Yabloko                                                       84    0.24     6.06
04.   Women of Russia                                                9    0.03     0.65
05.   Our Home is Russia - NDR                                      31    0.09     2.24
06.   Democratic Choice of Russia - DVR                             19    0.05     1.37
07.   KPRF                                                         101    0.29     7.29
08.   LDPR                                                          36    0.10     2.60
09.   Peoples Republican Party                                      45    0.13     3.25

95. Other party                                                     26    0.07    1.88
96. Would not vote, no preference                                  980    2.78   70.76

99. NA                                                             306    0.87      .
00. Not available                                                33622   95.21      .

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V245    <S_PRTY> S: Party affiliation II

Location:   302   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

S - Sweden: Political party preference
Which political party do you most agree with?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1192

01.   C - Centre Party                                              37    0.10    3.10
02.   FP - Liberals                                                 36    0.10    3.02
03.   KDS - Christ Democrats                                        26    0.07    2.18
04.   MP - Green Party                                              45    0.13    3.78
05.   M - Conservative                                             230    0.65   19.30
06.   S - Social Democrats                                         358    1.01   30.03
07.   VP - Socialists                                               94    0.27    7.89

95. Other party                                                     17    0.05    1.43
96. No party preference                                            349    0.99   29.28

99. NA                                                              46    0.13      .
00. Not available                                                34075   96.49      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V246    <SLO_PRTY> SLO: Party affiliation II

Location:   304   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 98

SLO - Slovenia
If there were elections next week, which party or party
candidate would you vote for?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %     746

01. LDS - Liberalno demokratska stranka                            150    0.42   20.11
    (Liberal democrat party)
02. SLS - Slovenska Ljudska stranka (Peoples party)                 80    0.23   10.72
03. SNS - Slovenska nacionalna stranka                              28    0.08    3.75
    (Slovenian national party)
04. SDSS - Socialdemokratska stranka Slovenije                      88    0.25   11.80
    (Social democratic party)
05. SKD - Slovenski krscanski demokrati                             62    0.18     8.31
    (Slovenian christian democrats)
06. ZLSD - Zdruzena lista socialnih demokratov                      59    0.17     7.91
    (United list social democrats)
07. ZS - Zeleni-oekosocialna stranka                                46    0.13     6.17
    (Green-ecosocial party)
08. DS - Demokratska stranka                                        21    0.06     2.82
    (Democrat party)

95. Other parties                                                   43    0.12    5.76
96. Would not vote                                                 169    0.48   22.65

98. Don’t know                                                     251    0.71      .
99. No answer                                                        7    0.02      .
00. Not available                                                34309   97.16      .

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V247    <USA_PRTY> USA: Party affiliation II

Location:   306   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

USA - United States
Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a
Republican, Democrat, Independent or what? (If Republican
or Democrat) Would you call yourself a strong or not a very
strong Republican or Democrat? (If Independent ..) Do you
think of yourself as closer the Republican or Democratic
party? <The recode considers both the party affiliation and
the subjective intensity of that party affiliation.>

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1329

01.   Strong democrat                                              187    0.53   14.07
02.   Not very strong democrat                                     255    0.72   19.19
03.   Independent, close to democrat                               152    0.43   11.44
04.   Independent                                                  217    0.61   16.33
05.   Independent, close to republican                             131    0.37    9.86
06.   Not very strong republican                                   241    0.68   18.13
07.   Strong republican                                            132    0.37    9.93

95. Other party                                                     14    0.04     1.05

99. NA                                                               3    0.01      .
00. Not available                                                33981   96.23      .

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V248    <VOTE_LR> Last vote: left - right

Location:     308      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 8

Vote last election - derived from V249 to V271

      1. Far left (communist, etc.)
         GB: Green
      2. Left, centre left
      3. Centre, liberal
      4. Right, conservative
      5. Far right, fascist etc.
      6. Other, no specification
      7. No party
         D: No sec. vote
         I,S,J,E,F: Vote blank

      8. Don’t know, undecided, can’t remember
      9. No answer, refused
      0. NAP (Did not vote); not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB                USA     H     I    IRL     N
  1    |   39|    8| 106|     5|                  |      |     |      |  16|
  %    | 2.1|    .5| 14.8|   .7|                  |      |     |      | 1.5|
  2    | 732| 798| 266| 348|                   425|      |     |   31| 465|
  %    | 38.6| 49.1| 37.2| 45.4|              49.4|      |     | 4.0| 44.0|
  3    | 125| 141|     45|   95|               117|      |     | 709| 257|
  %    | 6.6| 8.7| 6.3| 12.4|                 13.6|      |     | 91.1| 24.3|
  4    | 986| 621| 281| 306|                   315|      |     |   24| 316|
  %    | 52.0| 38.2| 39.2| 39.9|              36.6|      |     | 3.1| 29.9|
  5    |      |  23|    5|      |                 |      |     |      |     |
  %    |      | 1.4|   .7|      |                 |      |     |      |     |
  6    |   13|   17|    6|   12|                 3|      |     |   14|    4|
  %    |   .7| 1.0|    .8| 1.6|                 .3|      |     | 1.8|    .4|
  7    |      |  17|    7|      |                 |      |     |      |     |
  %    |      | 1.0| 1.0|       |                 |      |     |      |     |
  8    |      | 96M| 75M| 22M|                 11M|      |     | 12M| 45M|
       |      |     |     |     |                 |      |     |      |     |
  9    | 246M| 172M| 109M| 13M|                11M|      |     | 46M| 30M|
       |      |     |     |     |                 |      |     |      |     |
  0    | 10M| 468M| 209M| 188M|               450M|1500M|1104M| 158M| 211M|
       |      |     |     |     |                 |      |     |      |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989               1332 1500 1104      994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO       PL    BG   RUS       NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |        |     66|         |       |      |     |     89|       1|      |
  %    |        |    8.1|         |       |      |     |    8.2|      .1|      |
  2    |    529|     246|      61|     238|      |     |    331|     204|      |
  %    |   51.6|    30.3|    11.6|    39.5|      |     |   30.6|    23.0|      |
  3    |    212|      85|     238|     102|      |     |    137|     579|      |
  %    |   20.7|    10.5|    45.1|    16.9|      |     |   12.7|    65.3|      |
  4    |    237|     306|     185|     262|      |     |    455|      81|      |
  %    |   23.1|    37.7|    35.0|    43.5|      |     |   42.1|     9.1|      |
  5    |        |     44|      35|        |      |     |     53|       6|      |
  %    |        |    5.4|     6.6|        |      |     |    4.9|      .7|      |
  6    |     22|      65|       9|        |      |     |     16|      15|      |
  %    |    2.1|     8.0|     1.7|        |      |     |    1.5|     1.7|      |
  7    |     26|         |        |       |      |     |        |        |     |
  %    |    2.5|         |        |       |      |     |        |        |     |
  8    |        |    11M|    305M|     41M|      |     |        |        |     |
       |        |        |        |       |      |     |        |        |     |
  9    |    51M|    101M|     44M|     18M|      |     |    40M|     89M|      |
       |        |        |        |       |      |     |        |        |     |
  0    |   161M|    176M|    127M|    522M|1012M|1691M|     77M|    207M|1200M|
       |        |        |        |       |      |     |        |        |     |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183 1012 1691       1198     1182 1200
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V248    Last vote: left - right                                                  (continued)


         IL-J     IL-A      J        E    LV        F    CY    CH
  1    |      |     |      45|     200|      |    115|      |     |
  %    |      |     |     6.2|    13.0|      |   10.9|      |     |
  2    |      |     |     116|     643|      |    306|      |     |
  %    |      |     |    16.1|    41.7|      |   28.9|      |     |
  3    |      |     |     156|     115|      |    144|      |     |
  %    |      |     |    21.6|     7.5|      |   13.6|      |     |
  4    |      |     |     368|     503|      |    265|      |     |
  %    |      |     |    51.0|    32.6|      |   25.0|      |     |
  5    |      |     |         |        |     |    101|      |     |
  %    |      |     |         |        |     |    9.5|      |     |
  6    |      |     |      14|      24|      |     56|      |     |
  %    |      |     |     1.9|     1.6|      |    5.3|      |     |
  7    |      |     |      22|      57|      |     71|      |     |
  %    |      |     |     3.1|     3.7|      |    6.7|      |     |
  8    |      |     |         |        |     |        |     |     |
       |      |     |         |        |     |        |     |     |
  9    |      |     |    161M|    450M|      |        |     |     |
       |      |     |         |        |     |        |     |     |
  0    |1043M| 500M|     367M|    502M|1505M|    254M|1000M|2518M|
       |      |     |         |        |     |        |     |     |
Sum      1043   500      1249     2494 1505      1312 1000 2518


V249    <AUS_VOTE> AUS: Last vote           II

Location:   309      MD1: 00
Width:        2      MD2: 96

AUS - Australia - vote last election
Which party did you vote for in the House of Representatives
in the 1993 election?

                                                                         Unweighted     % N=
                                                                         Abs.       %    1896

01.   Liberal Party                                                       886    2.51   46.73
02.   Labour Party                                                        732    2.07   38.61
03.   National Party                                                      100    0.28    5.27
04.   Democrats                                                           125    0.35    6.59
05.   Greens                                                               39    0.11    2.06
06.   Nuclear Disarmament                                                   1    0.00    0.05

95. Other Party                                                            13    0.04     0.69

96. Didn’t vote                                                             9    0.03      .
99. NA                                                                    246    0.70      .
00. NAP; not available                                                  33162   93.91      .

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V250    <BG_VOTE> BG: Last vote    II

Location:   311   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

BG - Bulgaria - Vote for last election for National parliament
in April 1997

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     642

01.   Democratic Left                                                142    0.40   22.12
02.   Union Democratic Forces - UDF                                  405    1.15   63.08
03.   Union of National Salvation                                     36    0.10    5.61
04.   Business Block - BBB                                            27    0.08    4.21
05.   Euro Left                                                       21    0.06    3.27

95. Other Party                                                       11    0.03     1.71

96.   Didn’t vote                                                    213    0.60      .
97.   Refused                                                         42    0.12      .
99.   No answer                                                      115    0.33      .
00.   NAP; not available                                           34301   97.13      .

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V251    <CDN_VOTE> CDN: Last vote      II

Location:   313   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

CDN - Canada
If you managed to vote in the last federal election in
October 1993, for which party did you vote?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     886

01.   PC                                                             134    0.38   15.12
02.   Liberal                                                        445    1.26   50.23
03.   NDP                                                            103    0.29   11.63
04.   Bloc Quebecois                                                 101    0.29   11.40
05.   Reform                                                          81    0.23    9.14
06.   Libertarian                                                      4    0.01    0.45
07.   Confederation of regions                                         2    0.01    0.23
08.   Communist                                                        1    0.00    0.11
09.   Green Party                                                      0    0.00    0.00

95. Other Party                                                       15    0.04     1.69

96. Didn’t vote                                                      207    0.59      .
99. NA                                                                89    0.25      .
00. Not available                                                  34131   96.65      .

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V252    <CY_VOTE> CY: Last vote    II

Location:   315   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

CY - Cyprus
Which party did you vote for at the last election?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     861

01.   Progressive Labour Party                                       210    0.59   24.39
02.   Democratic Socialist                                             8    0.02    0.93
03.   Socialist Party                                                 61    0.17    7.08
04.   Ecologists                                                       3    0.01    0.35
05.   Free Democrats (KED)                                            32    0.09    3.72
06.   Democratic Party                                               180    0.51   20.91
07.   New Horizon                                                      9    0.03    1.05
08.   Democratic Alert                                               236    0.67   27.41

94. Vote blank                                                       103    0.29   11.96
95. Other Party                                                       19    0.05    2.21

96. Didn’t vote                                                      139    0.39      .
00. Not available                                                  34313   97.17      .

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V253    <CZ_VOTE> CZ: Last vote    II

Location:   317   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

CZ - Czech Republic
If you voted, what political party did you vote for?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     812

01.   SD-LSNS - Free Democrats - Liberal National Party               14    0.04    1.72
02.   CSSD - Czech Social Democratic Party                           246    0.70   30.30
03.   ODS - Civic Democratic Party                                   250    0.71   30.79
04.   Non Party Individuals                                            1    0.00    0.12
05.   MNS-HSMS - Moravian National Party, Movement of                  0    0.00    0.00
      Silesian-Moravian Unification
06.   DEU - Democratic Union                                          18    0.05    2.22
07.   ODA - Citizen Democratic Alliance                               56    0.16    6.90
08.   KDU-CSL - Christian and Democratic Union,                       85    0.24   10.47
      Czechoslovak People’s Party
09.   DZJ - Pensioners for Life Securities                            29    0.08     3.57
10.   SDL - Democratic Left Party                                      0    0.00     0.00
11.   CMUS - Bohemian-Moravian Centrist Union                          0    0.00     0.00
12.   CP - Czech Right                                                 0    0.00     0.00
13.   KSCM - Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia                   66    0.19     8.13
14.   SPR-RSC - Republican Party of Czechoslovakia                    44    0.12     5.42
15.   LB - Left Block                                                  2    0.01     0.25

95. Other Party                                                        1    0.00     0.12

96.   Didn’t vote; was not entitled to vote                          176    0.50      .
97.   Refused                                                         88    0.25      .
98.   Don’t know                                                      11    0.03      .
99.   NA                                                              13    0.04      .
00.   Not available                                                34213   96.88      .

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V254    <D_VOTE> D: Last vote    II

Location:   319   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

D - Germany
Which party did you vote for at the last ’Bundestags’-election
in October 1994?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    2341

01.   CDU/ CSU                                                      902    2.55   38.53
02.   SPD                                                           779    2.21   33.28
03.   FDP                                                           186    0.53    7.95
04.   Buendnis 90/ Die Gruenen                                      285    0.81   12.17
05.   NPD                                                             0    0.00    0.00
06.   DKP                                                             0    0.00    0.00
07.   Republikaner                                                   28    0.08    1.20
08.   PDS/ Linke Liste                                              114    0.32    4.87

94. No second vote                                                   24    0.07     1.03
95. Other party                                                      23    0.07     0.98

96.   Did not vote, not eligible                                    677    1.92      .
97.   Refused                                                       277    0.78      .
98.   Don’t know                                                    171    0.48      .
99.   NA                                                              4    0.01      .
00.   Not available                                               31843   90.17      .

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V255    <E_VOTE> E: Last vote    II

Location:   321   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

E - Spain
Which party did you vote for at the general elections in June
1993?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1542

01.   CDS                                                            22    0.06    1.43
02.   IU                                                            168    0.48   10.89
03.   PP                                                            466    1.32   30.22
04.   PSOE                                                          637    1.80   41.31
05.   EA-EUE-Nationalists from Basque                                 6    0.02    0.39
06.   HB-Nationalists from Basque                                     4    0.01    0.26
07.   PNV-Nationalists from Basque                                   13    0.04    0.84
08.   CIU-Nationalists from Catalonia                                80    0.23    5.19
09.   ERC-Nationalists from Catalonia                                15    0.04    0.97
10.   BNG-Nationalists from Galicia                                  13    0.04    0.84
11.   PA-Nationalists from Andalucia                                 13    0.04    0.84
12.   PAR-Nationalists from Aragon                                    8    0.02    0.52
13.   CC-Nationalists from Canaries                                   9    0.03    0.58
14.   UV-Regionalists from Valencia                                   7    0.02    0.45

94. Vote blank                                                       57    0.16     3.70
95. Other Party                                                      24    0.07     1.56

96.   Did not vote                                                  502    1.42      .
97.   Refused                                                       125    0.35      .
99.   NA                                                            325    0.92      .
00.   NAP; not available                                          32819   92.94      .

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V256    <F_VOTE> F: Last vote    II

Location:   323   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

F - France
How did you vote for at the first ballot of the presidential
election?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1058

01.   Arlette Laguiller                                               44    0.12    4.16
02.   Robert Hue-Communist                                            71    0.20    6.71
03.   Lionel Jospin-Socialist                                        306    0.87   28.92
04.   Dominique Yoynet                                                55    0.16    5.20
05.   Jacques Chirac                                                 233    0.66   22.02
06.   Edouard Balladur                                               144    0.41   13.61
07.   Philippe de Villiers                                            32    0.09    3.02
08.   Jean Marie Le Pen                                              101    0.29    9.55
09.   Jacques Cheminade                                                1    0.00    0.09

94. Vote blank                                                        71    0.20     6.71

96. Didn’t vote                                                      254    0.72      .
00. NAP; not available                                             34001   96.28      .

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V257    <GB_VOTE> GB: Last vote    II

Location:   325   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

GB - Great Britain - Vote last election

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     766

01.   Conservative                                                   306    0.87   39.95
02.   Labour                                                         348    0.99   45.43
03.   Liberal Democrats                                               95    0.27   12.40
06.   SNP (Scottish Nationalist Party)                                11    0.03    1.44
07.   Plaid Cymru                                                      1    0.00    0.13
08.   Green party                                                      5    0.01    0.65

96.   Didn’t vote                                                    188    0.53      .
97.   Refused                                                         13    0.04      .
98.   Can’t remember; don’t know                                      22    0.06      .
00.   NAP; not available                                           34324   97.20      .

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V258    <H_VOTE> H: Last vote    II

Location:   327   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

H - Hungary
Which party did you vote for at the last election in 1994?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %     898

01.   HSP-Hungarian Socialist Party                                 437    1.24   48.66
02.   AFD-Alliance of Free Democrats                                169    0.48   18.82
03.   HDF-Hungarian Democratic Forum                                 72    0.20    8.02
04.   FYD-Federation of Young Democrats                              47    0.13    5.23
05.   CDPP-Christian Democratic People’s Party                       57    0.16    6.35
06.   ISHP-Independent Small Holders                                 80    0.23    8.91
07.   USH-Unified Small Holders                                       0    0.00    0.00
08.   HWP-Workers Party                                              14    0.04    1.56
09.   SDHP-Social Democratic Party                                    3    0.01    0.33

95. Other party                                                      19    0.05     2.12

96.   Didn’t vote                                                   413    1.17      .
97.   Refused                                                       175    0.50      .
99.   NA                                                             14    0.04      .
00.   NAP; not available                                          33813   95.75      .

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V259    <I_VOTE> I: Last vote    II

Location:   329   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

I - Italy - Vote last election
Which party did you vote for at the last political election
in April 21, 1996?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %     700

01.   Movimento Sociale Tricolore (Rauti)                             2    0.01    0.29
02.   Alleanza Nazionale (Fini)                                     164    0.46   23.43
03.   Forza Italia (Berlusconi)                                     106    0.30   15.14
04.   CCD-CDU (Casini-Buttiglioni)                                   28    0.08    4.00
05.   Lista Pannella-Sgarbi                                           3    0.01    0.43
06.   Lega Nord (Bossi)                                              65    0.18    9.29
07.   Lista Dini                                                      5    0.01    0.71
08.   Popolari-SVP-PRI-UD (Prodi)                                    76    0.22   10.86
09.   Feder. Verdi (Ripa di Meana)                                   14    0.04    2.00
10.   Socialisti (Intini)                                             2    0.01    0.29
11.   PDS (d’Alema)                                                 136    0.39   19.43
12.   Rifondazione Communista (Bertinotti)                           55    0.16    7.86

94. Vote blank                                                       26    0.07     3.71
95. Other Party                                                      18    0.05     2.57

96.   Didn’t vote                                                    56    0.16      .
98.   Don’t know                                                     24    0.07      .
99.   NA                                                            322    0.91      .
00.   NAP; not available                                          34211   96.88      .

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V260    <IL_VOTE> IL: Last vote     II

Location:     331   MD1: 00
Width:          2   MD2: 96

IL - Israel - Vote last election
Which party did you vote?

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1212

01.   Likud, gesher, tzomet                                           310    0.88   25.58
02.   Haadova                                                         412    1.17   33.99
03.   Meretz                                                           96    0.27    7.92
04.   Mafdal                                                           49    0.14    4.04
05.   Yahaduth hatora                                                  11    0.03    0.91
06.   Moledeth                                                         16    0.05    1.32
07.   Haderech hashlishit                                              37    0.10    3.05
08.   Shass                                                            44    0.12    3.63
09.   Reshimat olim                                                    14    0.04    1.16
10.   Hadash, dahamsha, tibi                                          145    0.41   11.96

92.   Other   Party, left                                              65    0.18     5.36
93.   Other   Party, right                                              8    0.02     0.66
94.   Other   Party, religious                                          1    0.00     0.08
95.   Other   Party                                                     4    0.01     0.33

96.   Did not vote                                                    125    0.35      .
97.   Refused                                                         175    0.50      .
99.   NA                                                               31    0.09      .
00.   NAP; not available                                            33770   95.63      .

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V261    <IRL_VOTE> IRL: Last vote       II

Location:     333   MD1: 00
Width:          2   MD2: 96

IRL - Ireland - Vote last election
Could you please think back to the last general election in
November 1992? Did you vote or not? (If voted) Which party

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %     778

01.   Fianna Fail                                                     352    1.00   45.24
02.   Fine Gael                                                       202    0.57   25.96
03.   Labour                                                          132    0.37   16.97
04.   Worker’s Party                                                   14    0.04    1.80
05.   Progressive Democrats Party                                      24    0.07    3.08
06.   Green Party                                                      23    0.07    2.96
07.   Sinn Fein                                                         5    0.01    0.64
08.   Democratic left                                                  12    0.03    1.54

95. Other Party                                                        14    0.04     1.80

96.   Didn’t vote                                                     158    0.45      .
98.   Can’t choose                                                     12    0.03      .
99.   NA                                                               46    0.13      .
00.   NAP; not available                                            34319   97.19      .

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V262    <J_VOTE> J: Last vote    II

Location:   335   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

J - Japan - Vote last election

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     721

01.   Liberal Democratic                                             327    0.93   45.35
02.   New Frontier Party                                             156    0.44   21.64
03.   Japan Social Democratic Party                                  116    0.33   16.09
04.   New Party Sakigake                                              41    0.12    5.69
05.   Japanese Communist Party                                        45    0.13    6.24

94. Vote blank                                                        22    0.06     3.05
95. Other Party                                                       14    0.04     1.94

96. Didn’t vote                                                      367    1.04      .
99. Na, refused                                                      161    0.46      .
00. NAP; not available                                             34064   96.46      .

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V263    <LV_VOTE> LV: Last vote    II

Location:   337   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

LV - Latvia - Vote last election

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     690

01. Latvia’s Farmers’ Union and Latvian Christian                     78    0.22   11.30
    Democratic Union
02. Latvian Unity Party                                               33    0.09    4.78
03. National Harmony Party                                            24    0.07    3.48
04. Democratic Party ’Saimnieks’                                     158    0.45   22.90
05. Latvian Socialist Party                                           14    0.04    2.03
06. Peoples’ Movement for Latvia (Siegerist Party)                    63    0.18    9.13
07. Union for ’Fatherland and Freedom’                               124    0.35   17.97
08. Alliance ’Latvia’s Way’                                          117    0.33   16.96
09. Latvian National Conservative Party and                           45    0.13    6.52
    Latvian Green Party

95. Other Party                                                       34    0.10     4.93

96. Didn’t vote                                                      225    0.64      .
99. NA                                                               132    0.37      .
00. Not available                                                  34266   97.04      .

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V264    <N_VOTE> N: Last vote    II

Location:   339   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

N - Norway
Which party did you vote for at the parliamentary election
(Stortingsvalget) in 1993?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1058

01.   Red Electoral Alliance (R d Valgallianse)                       16    0.05    1.51
02.   Labour Party (Det norske Arbeiderparti)                        387    1.10   36.58
03.   Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet)                            115    0.33   10.87
04.   Conservative Party (H yre)                                     201    0.57   19.00
05.   Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti)               77    0.22    7.28
06.   Centre party (Senterpartiet) formerly Agrarian P.              133    0.38   12.57
07.   Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti)                78    0.22    7.37
08.   Liberal Party (Venstre)                                         47    0.13    4.44

95. Other party                                                        4    0.01     0.38

96. Didn’t vote                                                      211    0.60      .
99. NA                                                                75    0.21      .
00. Not available                                                  33969   96.19      .

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V265    <NZ_VOTE> NZ: Last vote    II

Location:   341   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

NZ - New Zealand
At the 1996 General Election, which political party did you
vote for?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1081

01.   ACT                                                             53    0.15    4.90
02.   Alliance                                                        89    0.25    8.23
03.   Christian Coalition                                             33    0.09    3.05
04.   Labour Party                                                   331    0.94   30.62
05.   National Party                                                 416    1.18   38.48
06.   New Zealand First                                              137    0.39   12.67
07.   United                                                           6    0.02    0.56

95. Other party                                                       16    0.05     1.48

96. Didn’t vote                                                       77    0.22      .
99. NA                                                                40    0.11      .
00. Not available                                                  34115   96.61      .

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V266    <PL_VOTE> PL: Last vote    II

Location:   343   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

PL - Poland - Vote last election

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     602

01.   Labor Union                                                     38    0.11    6.31
02.   Bloc for Poland                                                  5    0.01    0.83
03.   Pensioners’ Alliance                                             8    0.02    1.33
04.   Freedom Union                                                  102    0.29   16.94
05.   Solidarity Election Action                                     229    0.65   38.04
06.   Democratic Left Alliance                                       141    0.40   23.42
07.   Polish Peasants’ Party                                          47    0.13    7.81
08.   Rightest Union of the Republic                                   6    0.02    1.00
09.   Movement for the Reconstruction of Poland                       14    0.04    2.33
10.   Pensioners’ Party                                               12    0.03    1.99

96.   Didn’t vote                                                    522    1.48      .
98.   Don’t know                                                      41    0.12      .
99.   NA                                                              18    0.05      .
00.   NAP; not available                                           34130   96.65      .

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V267    <RP_VOTE> RP: Last vote    II

Location:   345   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RP - Philippines

                                                                    Unweighted
                                                                    Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                  35313 100.00

                                                                   35313 100.00


V268    <RUS_VOTE> RUS: Last vote      II

Location:   347   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

RUS - Russia
Which candidate did you vote for at the last presidential
elections?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1216

01.   Vladimir Bryntsalov                                              3    0.01    0.25
02.   Yuri Vlasov                                                      0    0.00    0.00
03.   Michail Gorbachev                                                6    0.02    0.49
04.   Boris Yeltsin - Our Home is Russia                             525    1.49   43.17
05.   Vladimir Zhirinovsky - Liberal Democratic                       57    0.16    4.69
      Party of Russia
06.   Gennady Zuganov - Communist Party of the                       247    0.70   20.31
      Russian Federation
07.   Aleksander Lebed - Congress of Russian Communities             240    0.68   19.74
08.   Fedorov                                                         22    0.06    1.81
09.   Martin Shakkum                                                   2    0.01    0.16
10.   Grigoriy Yavlinskiy - Yabloko                                   91    0.26    7.48

95. Other party                                                       23    0.07     1.89

96. Didn’t vote                                                      340    0.96      .
97. Refused                                                          135    0.38      .
00. Not available                                                  33622   95.21      .

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V269    <S_VOTE> S: Last vote    II

Location:   349   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

S - Sweden - Vote last election
Which political party did you vote for in the last national
election in 1994?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1026

01.   C - Centre Party                                                51    0.14    4.97
02.   FP - Liberals                                                   61    0.17    5.95
03.   KDS - Christ Democrats                                          38    0.11    3.70
04.   MP - Green Party                                                62    0.18    6.04
05.   M - Conservative                                               237    0.67   23.10
06.   S - Social Democrats                                           458    1.30   44.64
07.   VP - Socialists                                                 71    0.20    6.92

94. Blank ballot vote                                                 26    0.07     2.53
95. Other party                                                       22    0.06     2.14

96. Didn’t vote                                                      161    0.46      .
99. NA                                                                51    0.14      .
00. Not available                                                  34075   96.49      .

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V270    <SLO_VOTE> SLO: Last vote      II

Location:   351   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

SLO - Slovenia
It has passed 3 years after last elections, did you vote?
(If yes) Probably you remember, which party or candidate did
you vote?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     528

01. DS - Demokratska stranka                                          40    0.11     7.58
    (Democrat party)
02. LSD - Liberalno demokratska stranka                              169    0.48   32.01
    (Liberal democrat party)
03. Liberalna stranka                                                 11    0.03     2.08
    (Liberal party)
04. SLS - Slovenska Ljudska stranka (Peoples party)                   43    0.12     8.14
05. ND - Narodno demokratska stranka (National democrats)              3    0.01     0.57
06. SNS - Slovenska nacionalna stranka                                35    0.10     6.63
    (Slovenian national party)
07. SDSS - Socialdemokratska stranka Slovenije                        63    0.18   11.93
    (Social democratic party)
08. SSS - Socialisti na stranka slovenije                              1    0.00     0.19
    (Socialistic party)
09. SKD - Slovenski krscanski demokrati                               65    0.18   12.31
    (Slovenian christian democrats)
10. ZLSD - Zdruzena lista socialnih demokratov                        60    0.17   11.36
    (United list social democrats)
11. ZS - Zeleni slovenije                                             29    0.08     5.49
    (Green party)

95. Other parties                                                      9    0.03     1.70

96.   Didn’t vote                                                    127    0.36      .
98.   Don’t know                                                     305    0.86      .
99.   NA                                                              44    0.12      .
00.   Not available                                                34309   97.16      .

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V271    <USA_VOTE> USA: Last vote     II

Location:   353   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 96

USA - United States
Which candidate did you vote for in 1992?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %     860

01. Clinton                                                         425    1.20   49.42
02. Bush                                                            315    0.89   36.63
03. Perot                                                           117    0.33   13.60

95. Other candidate                                                   3    0.01     0.35

96.   Didn’t vote                                                   450    1.27      .
98.   Don’t know                                                     11    0.03      .
99.   NA                                                             11    0.03      .
00.   Not available                                               33981   96.23      .

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V272    <NOTVOTE> Reasons for not voting

Location:   355    MD1: 00
Width:        2    MD2: 98

Furthermore in countries where voting is not compulsory,
reasons for not voting should be asked of those who
didn’t vote.
(If did not vote) Which one of the following reasons comes
closest to explaining why you did not (manage to) vote at
the last (national) election in (date of election)?

      01. I was not eligible or not registered to vote
      02. I wanted to vote but was not able to get to the
          (use appropriate term for the place where people
          go to vote)
      03. I didn’t understand enough about politics
      04. I was not interested enough in the election
      05. I wanted to vote but forgot to
      06. I never vote for reasons of conscience
      07. I couldn’t decide who to vote for
      08. There was no-one I wanted to vote for

      97. Other reasons
          PL: Other reason, was sick

      98. Don’t know
      99. NA
      00. NAP (did vote)
          AUS,USA,RP,CY,CH: Not available


          AUS    D-W      D-E       GB   USA      H     I      IRL      N
  1    |      | 239|       28|      42|      |   66|   14|      17| 105|
  %    |      | 54.2|    14.5|    22.3|      | 16.4| 25.5|    13.0| 52.0|
  2    |      |   18|      15|      18|      |   65|   12|      25|     6|
  %    |      | 4.1|      7.8|     9.6|      | 16.2| 21.8|    19.1| 3.0|
  3    |      |   18|      17|      20|      |   26|    6|       6|     6|
  %    |      | 4.1|      8.8|    10.6|      | 6.5| 10.9|      4.6| 3.0|
  4    |      |   26|      19|      40|      |   77|    5|      36|    28|
  %    |      | 5.9|      9.8|    21.3|      | 19.2| 9.1|     27.5| 13.9|
  5    |      |    9|       8|       3|      |    2|    3|       3|     2|
  %    |      | 2.0|      4.1|     1.6|      |   .5| 5.5|      2.3| 1.0|
  6    |      |   16|      12|       5|      |   20|    2|       1|     6|
  %    |      | 3.6|      6.2|     2.7|      | 5.0| 3.6|        .8| 3.0|
  7    |      |   36|      22|      15|      |   35|    4|      10|    16|
  %    |      | 8.2|     11.4|     8.0|      | 8.7| 7.3|       7.6| 7.9|
  8    |      |   56|      59|      31|      |   54|    9|         |   27|
  %    |      | 12.7|    30.6|    16.5|      | 13.4| 16.4|         | 13.4|
 97    |      |   23|      13|      14|      |   57|      |     33|     6|
  %    |      | 5.2|      6.7|     7.4|      | 14.2|      |   25.2| 3.0|
 98    |      | 16M|       6M|         |     |      |  3M|         |      |
       |      |      |        |        |     |      |     |        |      |
 99    |      | 12M|      10M|      2M|      |      |     |        |      |
       |      |      |        |        |     |      |     |        |      |
  0    |2151M|1892M|     900M|    799M|1332M|1098M|1046M|     863M|1142M|
       |      |      |        |        |     |      |     |        |      |
Sum      2151 2361       1109      989 1332 1500 1104          994 1344
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V272    Reasons for not voting                                                     (continued)


            S         CZ      SLO       PL       BG   RUS    NZ      CDN    RP
  1    |   59|         5|      54|       7|       4|   85|    4|      65|      |
  %    | 36.6|       3.0|    40.6|     1.8|     2.0| 26.3| 4.9|     31.7|      |
  2    |    7|        11|       7|      24|      21|   48|   15|      26|      |
  %    | 4.3|        6.7|     5.3|     6.1|    10.5| 14.9| 18.3|    12.7|      |
  3    |    9|        11|       5|      58|       8|   11|   11|      16|      |
  %    | 5.6|        6.7|     3.8|    14.8|     4.0| 3.4| 13.4|      7.8|      |
  4    |   13|        22|      15|     110|      30|   38|    6|      21|      |
  %    | 8.1|       13.4|    11.3|    28.1|    15.0| 11.8| 7.3|     10.2|      |
  5    |    2|         3|       3|       8|       2|    9|    5|       6|      |
  %    | 1.2|        1.8|     2.3|     2.0|     1.0| 2.8| 6.1|       2.9|      |
  6    |    4|         3|       9|      17|       7|   32|    8|       7|      |
  %    | 2.5|        1.8|     6.8|     4.3|     3.5| 9.9| 9.8|       3.4|      |
  7    |   12|        28|      12|      46|      36|   28|   10|      12|      |
  %    | 7.5|       17.1|     9.0|    11.7|    18.0| 8.7| 12.2|      5.9|      |
  8    |   41|        45|      17|      47|      66|   53|   14|      34|      |
  %    | 25.5|      27.4|    12.8|    12.0|    33.0| 16.4| 17.1|    16.6|      |
 97    |   14|        36|      11|      75|      26|   19|    9|      18|      |
  %    | 8.7|       22.0|     8.3|    19.1|    13.0| 5.9| 11.0|      8.8|      |
 98    |   4M|           |    44M|     23M|     27M|      |  1M|         |     |
       |      |          |        |        |        |     |     |        |     |
 99    |      |     124M|         |   107M|         | 17M|      |    57M|      |
       |      |          |        |        |        |     |     |        |     |
  0    |1073M|      812M|    827M|    661M|    785M|1351M|1115M|    920M|1200M|
       |      |          |        |        |        |     |     |        |     |
Sum      1238       1100     1004     1183     1012 1691 1198       1182 1200


           IL-J     IL-A        J     E    LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |     14|      20|      93| 130| 498|     60|      |     |
  %    |   18.4|    33.9|    25.7| 27.7| 75.2| 21.7|      |     |
  2    |     24|       9|      35|   66|   25|   55|      |     |
  %    |   31.6|    15.3|     9.7| 14.0| 3.8| 19.9|       |     |
  3    |      2|       3|      11|   18|   11|    2|      |     |
  %    |    2.6|     5.1|     3.0| 3.8| 1.7|     .7|      |     |
  4    |      4|       8|      92|   47|   24|    8|      |     |
  %    |    5.3|    13.6|    25.4| 10.0| 3.6| 2.9|        |     |
  5    |        |      2|       6|    3|    1|    1|      |     |
  %    |        |    3.4|     1.7|   .6|   .2|   .4|      |     |
  6    |      2|       3|       2|   30|   10|   12|      |     |
  %    |    2.6|     5.1|      .6| 6.4| 1.5| 4.3|         |     |
  7    |      9|       7|      26|   37|   18|    4|      |     |
  %    |   11.8|    11.9|     7.2| 7.9| 2.7| 1.4|         |     |
  8    |     14|       5|      57| 105|    26|   81|      |     |
  %    |   18.4|     8.5|    15.7| 22.3| 3.9| 29.3|       |     |
 97    |      7|       2|      40|   34|   49|   53|      |     |
  %    |    9.2|     3.4|    11.0| 7.2| 7.4| 19.2|        |     |
 98    |        |        |     1M|      |     | 16M|      |     |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
 99    |     9M|     25M|      4M|   3M| 10M|       |     |     |
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
  0    |   958M|    416M|    882M|2021M| 833M|1020M|1000M|2518M|
       |        |        |        |     |     |     |     |     |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494 1505 1312 1000 2518
ZA-No. 2900                   I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   180


V273    <HOMPOP> How many persons in household

Location:    357      MD1: 00
Width:         2      MD2: 99

Size of Household: Total number of persons living in household

D:   How many persons live alltogether in your household?
GB,N:Including yourself, how many people live here regularly
NZ,I as members of this household?
RUS: How many people, who are members of your family,
     including yourself and children of any age, live
     together with you?

      01.    1 person
      02.    2 persons
      07.    7 persons
             N: 7 or more persons
      08.    8 persons
             BG,CDN,CZ,GB,I,H,J: 8 or more persons
      09.    9 persons
             SLO: 9 or more persons
      10.   10 persons
      12.   PL: 12 or more persons
      18.   18 persons

      99. NA, refused
      00. AUS,RP,E: Not available


            AUS     D-W      D-E       GB      USA        H        I      IRL        N
  1    |      |     396|     158|     270|     316|     188|      93|     121|     201|
  %    |      |    16.8|    14.2|    27.3|    23.7|    12.5|     8.4|    12.2|    15.0|
  2    |      |     828|     385|     382|     467|     388|     206|     194|     473|
  %    |      |    35.1|    34.7|    38.6|    35.1|    25.9|    18.7|    19.5|    35.3|
  3    |      |     500|     267|     152|     219|     319|     323|     154|     252|
  %    |      |    21.2|    24.1|    15.4|    16.4|    21.3|    29.3|    15.5|    18.8|
  4    |      |     423|     224|     124|     221|     360|     344|     190|     260|
  %    |      |    17.9|    20.2|    12.5|    16.6|    24.0|    31.2|    19.1|    19.4|
  5    |      |     144|      63|      41|      60|     153|     100|     163|     116|
  %    |      |     6.1|     5.7|     4.1|     4.5|    10.2|     9.1|    16.4|     8.7|
  6    |      |      45|       5|      16|      33|      59|      31|     106|      30|
  %    |      |     1.9|      .5|     1.6|     2.5|     3.9|     2.8|    10.7|     2.2|
  7    |      |      18|       6|       3|      12|      17|       5|      45|       6|
  %    |      |      .8|      .5|      .3|      .9|     1.1|      .5|     4.5|      .4|
  8    |      |       4|         |      1|       3|       6|       2|      10|         |
  %    |      |      .2|         |     .1|      .2|      .4|      .2|     1.0|         |
  9    |      |       2|       1|         |      1|       6|         |      5|       1|
  %    |      |      .1|      .1|         |     .1|      .4|         |     .5|      .1|
 10    |      |         |        |        |        |      2|         |      5|         |
  %    |      |         |        |        |        |     .1|         |     .5|         |
 11    |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |      1|         |
  %    |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|         |
 12    |      |         |        |        |        |      1|         |        |        |
  %    |      |         |        |        |        |     .1|         |        |        |
 13    |      |         |        |        |        |      1|         |        |        |
  %    |      |         |        |        |        |     .1|         |        |        |
 14    |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  %    |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
 18    |      |       1|         |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  %    |      |      .0|         |        |        |        |        |        |        |
 99    |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |        |     5M|
       |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |2151M|          |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |      |         |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum      2151      2361     1109      989     1332     1500     1104      994     1344
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                  Page   181

V273    How many persons in household                                                     (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN     RP
  1    |    318|     224|      73|     138|     139|     207|     123|     208|       |
  %    |   25.7|    20.4|     7.3|    11.7|    13.8|    12.2|    10.5|    18.6|       |
  2    |    444|     338|     205|     239|     251|     393|     445|     397|       |
  %    |   35.9|    30.8|    20.6|    20.2|    25.0|    23.2|    38.1|    35.4|       |
  3    |    213|     202|     229|     238|     215|     428|     204|     212|       |
  %    |   17.2|    18.4|    23.0|    20.1|    21.4|    25.3|    17.5|    18.9|       |
  4    |    173|     255|     299|     245|     259|     437|     222|     203|       |
  %    |   14.0|    23.2|    30.0|    20.7|    25.8|    25.8|    19.0|    18.1|       |
  5    |     69|      54|     112|     150|      86|     150|     111|      73|       |
  %    |    5.6|     4.9|    11.2|    12.7|     8.6|     8.9|     9.5|     6.5|       |
  6    |     15|      17|      45|      92|      31|      57|      42|      18|       |
  %    |    1.2|     1.5|     4.5|     7.8|     3.1|     3.4|     3.6|     1.6|       |
  7    |      3|       7|      24|      44|      13|      11|      11|       6|       |
  %    |     .2|      .6|     2.4|     3.7|     1.3|      .7|      .9|      .5|       |
  8    |      2|       1|       6|      19|       4|       8|       6|       2|       |
  %    |     .2|      .1|      .6|     1.6|      .4|      .5|      .5|      .2|       |
  9    |      1|       1|       3|      10|       2|         |      3|       1|       |
  %    |     .1|      .1|      .3|      .8|      .2|         |     .3|      .1|       |
 10    |        |        |        |      3|       3|         |        |        |      |
  %    |        |        |        |     .3|      .3|         |        |        |      |
 11    |        |        |        |      2|       1|         |      1|         |      |
  %    |        |        |        |     .2|      .1|         |     .1|         |      |
 12    |        |        |        |      3|         |        |        |        |      |
  %    |        |        |        |     .3|         |        |        |        |      |
 13    |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|         |      |
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|         |      |
 14    |        |        |        |        |      1|         |        |        |      |
  %    |        |        |        |        |     .1|         |        |        |      |
 18    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
 99    |        |     1M|      8M|         |     7M|         |    29M|     62M|       |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |1200M|
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182 1200
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P    96    - Role of Government III           Page   182

V273    How many persons in household                                            (continued)


           IL-J     IL-A        J      E       LV        F       CY       CH
  1    |     77|      21|      60|       |    230|     225|      58|     630|
  %    |    7.4|     4.2|     4.8|       |   15.3|    18.1|     5.8|    25.0|
  2    |    209|      31|     241|       |    405|     428|     164|     819|
  %    |   20.1|     6.2|    19.3|       |   26.9|    34.5|    16.5|    32.5|
  3    |    197|      71|     229|       |    340|     206|     280|     364|
  %    |   19.0|    14.2|    18.4|       |   22.6|    16.6|    28.1|    14.5|
  4    |    236|      78|     333|       |    335|     259|     307|     470|
  %    |   22.7|    15.6|    26.7|       |   22.3|    20.9|    30.8|    18.7|
  5    |    168|     103|     184|       |    138|      91|     149|     172|
  %    |   16.2|    20.6|    14.8|       |    9.2|     7.3|    15.0|     6.8|
  6    |     86|      71|     129|       |     34|      27|      35|      53|
  %    |    8.3|    14.2|    10.3|       |    2.3|     2.2|     3.5|     2.1|
  7    |     32|      51|      59|       |     15|       2|       3|       8|
  %    |    3.1|    10.2|     4.7|       |    1.0|      .2|      .3|      .3|
  8    |     33|      73|      10|       |      4|       4|         |      1|
  %    |    3.2|    14.6|      .8|       |     .3|      .3|         |     .0|
  9    |        |        |      2|       |      2|         |        |      1|
  %    |        |        |     .2|       |     .1|         |        |     .0|
 10    |        |        |        |      |      1|         |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |     .1|         |        |        |
 11    |        |        |        |      |      1|         |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |     .1|         |        |        |
 12    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
 13    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
 14    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
 18    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
 99    |     5M|      1M|      2M|       |        |    70M|      4M|         |
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |2494M|         |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |      |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1043      500     1249 2494       1505     1312     1000     2518
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III   Page   183


V274   <HHCYCLE> Household cycle

Location:   359   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

Household cycle - Household composition
S,CH: Adult = 18 years or older; child = 17 years or younger
CZ: Could you tell us the age and gender of all members of
your household?
SLO: A number of persons in HH; B number of children
6 thru 18 years; C number o children below 6 years

    01. Single household
    02. 1 adult, 1 child
        USA: 1 adult, 1 child + more
    03. 1 adult, 2 children
    04. 1 adult, 3 or more children
    05. 2 adults
    06. 2 adults, 1 child
        USA: 2 adults, 1 child + more
    07. 2 adults, 2 children
    08. 2 adults, 3 or more children
    09. 3 adults
    10. 3 adults with children
        USA: 3 adults, 1 child + more
    11. 4 adults
    12. 4 adults with children
    13. 5 adults
    14. 5 adults with children
    15. 6 adults
    16. 6 adults with children
    17. 7 adults
    18. 7 adults with children
    19. 8 adults
    20. 8 adults with children
    21. 9 adults
    22. 9 adults with children
    23. 10 adults
    24. 10 adults with children
    25. 11 adults
    26. 11 adults with children
    27. 12 adults
    28. 12 adults with children

    95. Otherwise

    99. NA, refused
    00. Not available
ZA-No. 2900                  I S S P   96   - Role of Government III             Page   184

V274    Household cycle                                                        (continued)


          AUS      D-W      D-E     GB    USA        H      I    IRL     N
  1    |      |    396|     158|       | 310|      188|       | 121| 201|
  %    |      |   16.8|    14.2|       | 23.4|    12.5|       | 12.2| 15.0|
  2    |      |     15|      18|       |   64|      25|       |    8|   20|
  %    |      |     .6|     1.6|       | 4.8|      1.7|       |   .8| 1.5|
  3    |      |     10|       6|       |   39|      17|       |    5|    5|
  %    |      |     .4|      .5|       | 3.0|      1.1|       |   .5|   .4|
  4    |      |      3|       3|       |   13|       6|       |    4|      |
  %    |      |     .1|      .3|       | 1.0|       .4|       |   .4|      |
  5    |      |    813|     367|       | 399|      361|       | 186| 453|
  %    |      |   34.4|    33.1|       | 30.2|    24.1|       | 18.7| 33.8|
  6    |      |    259|     122|       | 315|      132|       |   46| 125|
  %    |      |   11.0|    11.0|       | 23.8|     8.8|       | 4.6| 9.3|
  7    |      |    232|     120|       |      |    193|       |   93| 162|
  %    |      |    9.8|    10.8|       |      |   12.9|       | 9.4| 12.1|
  8    |      |     76|      29|       |      |     81|       |   98|   92|
  %    |      |    3.2|     2.6|       |      |    5.4|       | 9.9| 6.9|
  9    |      |    231|     139|       |   61|     171|       | 103| 122|
  %    |      |    9.8|    12.5|       | 4.6|     11.4|       | 10.4| 9.1|
 10    |      |    124|      76|       |   66|     125|       |   78|   84|
  %    |      |    5.3|     6.9|       | 5.0|      8.3|       | 7.8| 6.3|
 11    |      |    107|      41|       |   36|      89|       |   73|   41|
  %    |      |    4.5|     3.7|       | 2.7|      5.9|       | 7.3| 3.1|
 12    |      |     47|      16|       |   19|      64|       |   67|   16|
  %    |      |    2.0|     1.4|       | 1.4|      4.3|       | 6.7| 1.2|
 13    |      |     25|       6|       |      |     13|       |   36|   15|
  %    |      |    1.1|      .5|       |      |     .9|       | 3.6| 1.1|
 14    |      |     14|       5|       |      |     19|       |   44|    1|
  %    |      |     .6|      .5|       |      |    1.3|       | 4.4|    .1|
 15    |      |        |        |      |      |      6|       |   13|    1|
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |     .4|       | 1.3|    .1|
 16    |      |      4|       2|       |      |      7|       |    9|      |
  %    |      |     .2|      .2|       |      |     .5|       |   .9|      |
 17    |      |        |        |      |      |      1|       |    5|      |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |     .1|       |   .5|      |
 18    |      |      1|         |      |      |      1|       |    2|      |
  %    |      |     .0|         |      |      |     .1|       |   .2|      |
 19    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |    1|      |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |   .1|      |
 20    |      |        |      1|       |      |        |      |    1|      |
  %    |      |        |     .1|       |      |        |      |   .1|      |
 21    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |    1|    1|
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |   .1|   .1|
 22    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
 23    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
 24    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
 26    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
 27    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  %    |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
 95    |      |      4|         |      |      |      1|       |      |     |
  %    |      |     .2|         |      |      |     .1|       |      |     |
 99    |      |        |        |      | 10M|          |      |      |  5M|
       |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
  0    |2151M|         |        | 989M|       |        |1104M|       |     |
       |      |        |        |      |      |        |      |      |     |
Sum      2151     2361     1109    989 1332       1500 1104      994 1344
ZA-No. 2900                    I S S P      96    - Role of Government III                    Page   185

V274    Household cycle                                                                     (continued)


              S       CZ      SLO       PL       BG      RUS       NZ      CDN       RP
  1    |    318|     224|      73|     138|     138|     207|     122|     206|      25|
  %    |   25.7|    21.5|     7.3|    11.7|    14.2|    12.2|    11.0|    18.1|     2.1|
  2    |     40|      17|       6|      13|      15|      33|      17|      13|       7|
  %    |    3.2|     1.6|      .6|     1.1|     1.5|     2.0|     1.5|     1.1|      .6|
  3    |     33|      10|       9|      11|       6|       4|      10|      20|       3|
  %    |    2.7|     1.0|      .9|      .9|      .6|      .2|      .9|     1.8|      .3|
  4    |     14|       1|       2|       1|       1|       3|       6|       6|      15|
  %    |    1.1|      .1|      .2|      .1|      .1|      .2|      .5|      .5|     1.3|
  5    |    404|     304|     199|     226|     230|     360|     390|     379|      99|
  %    |   32.6|    29.1|    20.0|    19.2|    23.7|    21.3|    35.2|    33.3|     8.3|
  6    |     86|      69|      95|      92|     104|     249|      63|     120|     104|
  %    |    6.9|     6.6|     9.5|     7.8|    10.7|    14.7|     5.7|    10.5|     8.7|
  7    |    110|     142|     134|     126|     147|     172|     115|     149|     120|
  %    |    8.9|    13.6|    13.5|    10.7|    15.1|    10.2|    10.4|    13.1|    10.0|
  8    |     46|      22|      33|      73|      11|      19|      67|      74|     234|
  %    |    3.7|     2.1|     3.3|     6.2|     1.1|     1.1|     6.0|     6.5|    19.5|
  9    |     94|     106|     125|     135|      97|     175|     118|      85|      61|
  %    |    7.6|    10.2|    12.6|    11.5|    10.0|    10.3|    10.6|     7.5|     5.1|
 10    |     59|      71|     113|     129|      83|     237|      73|         |    175|
  %    |    4.8|     6.8|    11.3|    10.9|     8.5|    14.0|     6.6|         |   14.6|
 11    |     21|      48|      88|      53|      53|      87|      58|      39|      45|
  %    |    1.7|     4.6|     8.8|     4.5|     5.5|     5.1|     5.2|     3.4|     3.8|
 12    |     10|      15|      63|     115|      52|      92|      31|      10|     125|
  %    |     .8|     1.4|     6.3|     9.8|     5.3|     5.4|     2.8|      .9|    10.4|
 13    |      2|       8|      21|      12|      11|      20|      13|         |     43|
  %    |     .2|      .8|     2.1|     1.0|     1.1|     1.2|     1.2|         |    3.6|
 14    |      1|       6|      22|      30|      12|      21|      14|         |     60|
  %    |     .1|      .6|     2.2|     2.5|     1.2|     1.2|     1.3|         |    5.0|
 15    |        |        |      6|       1|       2|       3|       7|         |     19|
  %    |        |        |     .6|      .1|      .2|      .2|      .6|         |    1.6|
 16    |        |      1|       4|      13|       6|       6|       2|         |     33|
  %    |        |     .1|      .4|     1.1|      .6|      .4|      .2|         |    2.8|
 17    |        |        |      2|       1|       1|         |        |        |      6|
  %    |        |        |     .2|      .1|      .1|         |        |        |     .5|
 18    |        |        |      1|       7|       2|       3|       1|         |     14|
  %    |        |        |     .1|      .6|      .2|      .2|      .1|         |    1.2|
 19    |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|         |      3|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|         |     .3|
 20    |        |        |        |      2|         |        |        |        |      3|
  %    |        |        |        |     .2|         |        |        |        |     .3|
 21    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      2|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .2|
 22    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|
 23    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|
 24    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|
 26    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |      1|
  %    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |     .1|
 27    |        |        |        |      1|         |        |        |        |        |
  %    |        |        |        |     .1|         |        |        |        |        |
 95    |        |        |        |        |      1|         |      1|      37|         |
  %    |        |        |        |        |     .1|         |     .1|     3.3|         |
 99    |        |    56M|      8M|      4M|     40M|         |    89M|     44M|         |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
  0    |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
       |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |        |
Sum        1238     1100     1004     1183     1012     1691     1198     1182     1200
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V274    Household cycle                                                   (continued)


         IL-J   IL-A       J      E       LV      F       CY       CH
  1    |      |     |     60|       |    230|       |     58|     630|
  %    |      |     |    4.8|       |   15.3|       |    5.8|    25.0|
  2    |      |     |      5|       |     44|       |      4|      38|
  %    |      |     |     .4|       |    2.9|       |     .4|     1.5|
  3    |      |     |      3|       |     11|       |      2|      17|
  %    |      |     |     .2|       |     .7|       |     .2|      .7|
  4    |      |     |      3|       |      2|       |      1|      10|
  %    |      |     |     .2|       |     .1|       |     .1|      .4|
  5    |      |     |    235|       |    361|       |    160|     781|
  %    |      |     |   18.9|       |   24.0|       |   16.1|    31.0|
  6    |      |     |     60|       |    212|       |    157|     196|
  %    |      |     |    4.8|       |   14.1|       |   15.8|     7.8|
  7    |      |     |    107|       |    205|       |    166|     322|
  %    |      |     |    8.6|       |   13.6|       |   16.7|    12.8|
  8    |      |     |     33|       |     76|       |     94|     150|
  %    |      |     |    2.7|       |    5.0|       |    9.4|     6.0|
  9    |      |     |    165|       |    117|       |    121|     151|
  %    |      |     |   13.3|       |    7.8|       |   12.1|     6.0|
 10    |      |     |    101|       |    119|       |    110|     105|
  %    |      |     |    8.1|       |    7.9|       |   11.0|     4.2|
 11    |      |     |    171|       |     61|       |     74|      71|
  %    |      |     |   13.7|       |    4.1|       |    7.4|     2.8|
 12    |      |     |    133|       |     42|       |     27|      22|
  %    |      |     |   10.7|       |    2.8|       |    2.7|      .9|
 13    |      |     |     69|       |      8|       |     15|      15|
  %    |      |     |    5.5|       |     .5|       |    1.5|      .6|
 14    |      |     |     57|       |     12|       |      3|       5|
  %    |      |     |    4.6|       |     .8|       |     .3|      .2|
 15    |      |     |     27|       |        |      |      4|       4|
  %    |      |     |    2.2|       |        |      |     .4|      .2|
 16    |      |     |      9|       |      3|       |        |        |
  %    |      |     |     .7|       |     .2|       |        |        |
 17    |      |     |      3|       |        |      |        |      1|
  %    |      |     |     .2|       |        |      |        |     .0|
 18    |      |     |      2|       |      1|       |        |        |
  %    |      |     |     .2|       |     .1|       |        |        |
 19    |      |     |      1|       |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |     .1|       |        |      |        |        |
 20    |      |     |        |      |      1|       |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |     .1|       |        |        |
 21    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 22    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 23    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 24    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 26    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 27    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  %    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 95    |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
       |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
 99    |      |     |     5M|       |        |      |     4M|         |
       |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
  0    |1043M| 500M|         |2494M|         |1312M|         |        |
       |      |     |        |      |        |      |        |        |
Sum      1043   500     1249 2494       1505 1312       1000     2518
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V275    <URBRURAL> Urban - Rural

Location:     361      MD1: 0
Width:          1      MD2: 9

Urban/rural

USA: Expanded NORC size code
H:   Type of residence
N:   Municipality type
S:   R living in urban or rural area
CZ:  Derived from size of communities
BG:  Type of community
NZ:  Do you live in a rural or urban area?
CH:  Do you live in a urban, half urban/ half rural or
     rural environment?
CDN: Would you say you live in a:

See Note No. 4

      1. Urban
         H : Budapest, town
         BG : Sofia, big cities
         LV : Large cities, Riga
         I : Big cities and districts on the outskirts
         RUS: Big cities, Moskow, other urban settlements
      2. Suburbs, city-town
         H   : County seats
         I,BG: Small town
         CZ : Suburban, city (5000-49000 inhabitants)
         F,CH: Semi-urban, semi-rural
         CDN,IL: Town
         LV: Regional center, town
      3. Rural
         H,BG: Village
         CZ: Small town
         IL: Small town+very small town
         CDN: Completely rural, village
         LV : Village, small town

      9. NA
      0. Not available


          AUS   D-W   D-E    GB    USA              H        I   IRL     N
  1    |      |     |     |     | 747|            575|     267| 117| 326|
  %    |      |     |     |     | 56.1|          38.3|    24.2| 11.8| 24.3|
  2    |      |     |     |     | 333|            347|     593| 372| 301|
  %    |      |     |     |     | 25.0|          23.1|    53.7| 37.4| 22.4|
  3    |      |     |     |     | 252|            578|     244| 505| 717|
  %    |      |     |     |     | 18.9|          38.5|    22.1| 50.8| 53.3|
  9    |      |     |     |     |      |              |        |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |      |              |        |     |     |
  0    |2151M|2361M|1109M| 989M|       |              |        |     |     |
       |      |     |     |     |      |              |        |     |     |
Sum      2151 2361 1109     989 1332             1500     1104   994 1344


              S       CZ      SLO    PL     BG   RUS    NZ   CDN   RP
  1    |    401|     390|     386| 738| 470| 1309| 875| 1060| 750|
  %    |   32.4|    35.5|    38.5| 62.4| 46.4| 77.4| 74.6| 90.9| 62.5|
  2    |    710|     331|     193|      | 212|       |     |  85|     |
  %    |   57.4|    30.1|    19.2|      | 20.9|      |     | 7.3|     |
  3    |    127|     379|     424| 445| 330| 382| 298|        21| 450|
  %    |   10.3|    34.5|    42.3| 37.6| 32.6| 22.6| 25.4| 1.8| 37.5|
  9    |        |        |     1M|      |      |     | 25M| 16M|      |
       |        |        |        |     |      |     |     |     |    |
  0    |        |        |        |     |      |     |     |     |    |
       |        |        |        |     |      |     |     |     |    |
Sum        1238     1100     1003 1183 1012 1691 1173 1166 1200
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V275    Urban - Rural                                                        (continued)


           IL-J IL-A      J     E       LV        F    CY    CH
  1    |    981| 253|       |     |    514|     520| 640| 653|
  %    |   95.1| 50.7|      |     |   34.2|    40.0| 64.0| 26.0|
  2    |     27|   17|      |     |    514|     386|   72| 925|
  %    |    2.6| 3.4|       |     |   34.2|    29.7| 7.2| 36.8|
  3    |     24| 229|       |     |    477|     394| 288| 937|
  %    |    2.3| 45.9|      |     |   31.7|    30.3| 28.8| 37.3|
  9    |    11M|   1M|      |     |        |    12M|      |  3M|
       |        |    |      |     |        |        |     |     |
  0    |        |    |1249M|2494M|         |        |     |     |
       |        |    |      |     |        |        |     |     |
Sum        1043   500 1249 2494       1505     1312 1000 2518


V276    <AUS_SIZE> AUS: Size of community

Location:    362    MD1: 0
Width:         2

AUS - Australia

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                   35313 100.00

                                                                    35313 100.00


V277    <BG_SIZE> BG: Size of community

Location:    364    MD1: 0
Width:         2

BG - Bulgaria

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1012

01. Sofia (1,2 Mill. inhabitants)                                     126    0.36   12.45
02. 100.001 - 500.000 inhabitants                                     175    0.50   17.29
03. 20.001 - 100.000 inhabitants                                      274    0.78   27.08
04.   2.001 - 20.000 inhabitants                                      227    0.64   22.43
05.       Up to 2.000 inhabitants                                     210    0.59   20.75

00. Not available                                                   34301   97.13     .

                                                                    35313 100.00 100.00


V278    <CDN_SIZE> CDN: Size of community

Location:    366    MD1: 0
Width:         2

CDN - Canada

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                   35313 100.00

                                                                    35313 100.00
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V279    <CH_SIZE> CH: Size of community

Location:   368   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

CH - Size of community: Switzerland
Classified number of inhabitants of the community where
Respondent lived in by the time of the telephone interview.
It was generated with help of a database supplied by the
Swiss Federal Statistical Office.

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2512

01. 100.000 - 500.000 inhabitants                                  309    0.88   12.30
02. 20.000 - 99.999 inhabitants                                    271    0.77   10.79
03. 10.000 - 19.999 inhabitants                                    421    1.19   16.76
04.   5.000 -   9.999 inhabitants                                  431    1.22   17.16
05.   2.000 -   4.999 inhabitants                                  529    1.50   21.06
06. Less than   2.000 inhabitants                                  551    1.56   21.93

99. No answer                                                        6    0.02     .
00. Not available                                                32795   92.87     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V280    <CY_SIZE> CY: Size of community

Location:   370   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CY - Cyprus

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1000

01. 100.001 inhabitants and more                                   446    1.26   44.60
02. 50.001 - 100.000 inhabitants                                    42    0.12    4.20
03. 20.001 - 50.000 inhabitants                                    182    0.52   18.20
04.   5.001 - 20.000 inhabitants                                    26    0.07    2.60
05.   1.001 -   5.000 inhabitants                                  221    0.63   22.10
06. Less than   1.000 inhabitants                                   83    0.24    8.30

00. Not available                                                34313   97.17     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V281    <CZ_SIZE> CZ: Size of community

Location:   372   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CZ - Czech Republic
To which size category does the settlement you live in belong?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1100

01.   Prague, 1.200.000 inhabitants                                127    0.36   11.55
02.   City, more than 100.000 inhabitants                          133    0.38   12.09
03.   Large city, 50.000 - 99.999 inhabitants                      130    0.37   11.82
04.   Larger town, 10.000 - 49.999 inhabitants                     241    0.68   21.91
05.   Small town,   5.000 -   9.999 inhabitants                     90    0.25    8.18
06.   Larger village, 2.000 - 4.999 inhabitants                    105    0.30    9.55
07.   Village, 1.000 - 1.999 inhabitants                           129    0.37   11.73
08.   Village, less than 1.000 inhabitants                         145    0.41   13.18

00. Not available                                                34213   96.88     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V282   <D_SIZE> D: Size of community

Location:   374   MD1: 0
Width:        2

D   - Germany - Political size of community

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    3470

01. 500.000 inhabitants and more                                   430    1.22   12.39
02. 100.000 - 499.999 inhabitants                                  702    1.99   20.23
03. 50.000 - 99.999 inhabitants                                    264    0.75    7.61
04. 20.000 - 49.999 inhabitants                                    604    1.71   17.41
05.   5.000 - 19.999 inhabitants                                   780    2.21   22.48
06.   2.000 -   4.999 inhabitants                                  362    1.03   10.43
07.     Up to   1.999 inhabitants                                  328    0.93    9.45

00. Not available                                                31843   90.17      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V283   <E_SIZE> E: Size of community

Location:   376   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

E - Spain

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2494

01. > than 1.000.000 inhabitants (Madrid and Barcelona)            318    0.90   12.75
02. 400.001 - 1.000.000 inhabitants                                160    0.45    6.42
03. 100.001 -   400.000 inhabitants                                564    1.60   22.61
04. 50.001 -    100.000 inhabitants                                231    0.65    9.26
05. 10.001 -     50.000 inhabitants                                565    1.60   22.65
06.   2.001 -    10.000 inhabitants                                430    1.22   17.24
07.         <     2.000 inhabitants                                226    0.64    9.06

00. Not available                                                32819   92.94      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V284   <F_SIZE> F: Size of community

Location:   378   MD1: 0
Width:        2

F - France

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1260

01. Paris                                                          133    0.38   10.56
02.           > 500.000 inhabitants                                 65    0.18    5.16
03. 100.001   - 500.000 inhabitants                                116    0.33    9.21
04. 50.001    - 100.000 inhabitants                                121    0.34    9.60
05. 20.001    - 50.000 inhabitants                                 133    0.38   10.56
06. 10.001    - 20.000 inhabitants                                 124    0.35    9.84
07.   2.001   - 10.000 inhabitants                                 288    0.82   22.86
08.           <   2.000 inhabitants                                280    0.79   22.22

99. NA                                                              52    0.15     4.13
00. Not available                                                34001   96.28      .

                                                                 35313 100.00 104.13
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V285   <GB_SIZE> GB: Size of community

Location:   380   MD1: 0
Width:        2

GB - Great Britain

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                   35313 100.00

                                                                    35313 100.00


V286   <H_SIZE> H: Size of community

Location:   382   MD1: 0
Width:        2

H - Hungary - Number of permanent residents

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1500

01. Budapest: 2 mill. inhabitants                                     275    0.78   18.33
02. 100.001 - 250.000 inhabitants, county town                        300    0.85   20.00
03. 10.001 - 100.000 inhabitants, town                                347    0.98   23.13
04.   2.001 - 10.000 inhabitants, village                             578    1.64   38.53

00. Not available                                                   33813   95.75     .

                                                                    35313 100.00 100.00


V287   <I_SIZE> I: Size of community

Location:   384   MD1: 0
Width:        2

I - Italy
Size of municipalities

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1104

01. More than 500.000      inhabitants                                141    0.40   12.77
02. 100.001 - 500.000      inhabitants                                134    0.38   12.14
03. 30.001 - 100.000       inhabitants                                218    0.62   19.75
04. 10.001 - 30.000        inhabitants                                239    0.68   21.65
05.   5.001 - 10.000       inhabitants                                158    0.45   14.31
06.      Up to 5.000       inhabitants                                214    0.61   19.38

00. Not available                                                   34209   96.87     .

                                                                    35313 100.00 100.00


V288   <IL_SIZE> IL: Size of community

Location:   386   MD1: 0
Width:        2

IL - Israel

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                   35313 100.00

                                                                    35313 100.00
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V289    <IRL_SIZE> IRL: Size of community

Location:   388   MD1: 0
Width:        2

IRL - Ireland

                                                                    Unweighted
                                                                    Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                  35313 100.00

                                                                   35313 100.00


V290    <J_SIZE> J: Size of community

Location:   390   MD1: 0
Width:        2

J - Japan

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1249

01.   1 mill. inhabitants or more                                    206    0.58   16.49
02.   300.000 - 999.999 inhabitants                                  247    0.70   19.78
03.   100.000 - 299.999 inhabitants                                  203    0.57   16.25
04.   Less than 100.000 inhabitants                                  289    0.82   23.14
05.   Town or village                                                304    0.86   24.34

00. Not available                                                  34064   96.46     .

                                                                   35313 100.00 100.00


V291    <LV_SIZE> LV: Size of community

Location:   392   MD1: 0
Width:        2

LV - Latvia

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1505

01.         > 500.000                                                514    1.46   34.15
02. 100.000 - 500.000                                                128    0.36    8.50
03. 50.000 - 100.000                                                  90    0.25    5.98
04. 20.000 - 50.000                                                  130    0.37    8.64
05.   5.000 - 20.000                                                 148    0.42    9.83
06. Village, rural                                                   495    1.40   32.89

00. Not available                                                  33808   95.74     .

                                                                   35313 100.00 100.00


V292    <N_SIZE> N: Size of community

Location:   394   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

N - Norway

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1344

01.   Urban, > 100 000                                               275    0.78   20.46
02.   Urban, 30 000-99   999                                         211    0.60   15.70
03.   Rural, 30 000-99   999                                          74    0.21    5.51
04.   Urban, 3 000-29    999                                         141    0.40   10.49
05.   Rural, 3 000-29    999                                         558    1.58   41.52
06.   Rural < 3 000                                                   85    0.24    6.32

00. Not available                                                  33969   96.19     .

                                                                   35313 100.00 100.00
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V293    <NZ_SIZE> NZ: Size of community

Location:   396   MD1: 0
Width:        2

NZ - New Zealand
What size of city or town do you live in?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1173

01.   Large city (100.000 and more)                                 436    1.23   37.17
02.   Medium city (50.000 - 99.999)                                 133    0.38   11.34
03.   Small city (30.000 - 49.999)                                  129    0.37   11.00
04.   Large town (10.000 - 29.999)                                  111    0.31    9.46
05.   Small town ( 1.000 -   9.999)                                 177    0.50   15.09
06.   Village     (       <  1.000)                                  64    0.18    5.46
07.   Farm or rural property                                        123    0.35   10.49

99. NA                                                               25    0.07     2.13
00. Not available                                                 34115   96.61      .

                                                                  35313 100.00 102.13


V294    <PL_SIZE> PL: Size of community

Location:   398   MD1: 0
Width:        2

PL - Poland
Size and type of place where R lives

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1183

01.   City           > 500.000 inhabitants                          131    0.37   11.07
02.   City 250.000   - 500.000 inhabitants                           84    0.24    7.10
03.   City 100.000   - 249.999 inhabitants                          130    0.37   10.99
04.   City 50.000    - 99.999 inhabitants                           111    0.31    9.38
05.   City 25.000    - 49.999 inhabitants                            82    0.23    6.93
06.   City 10.000    - 24.999 inhabitants                           130    0.37   10.99
07.   City           < 10.000 inhabitants                            70    0.20    5.92
08.   Village                                                       445    1.26   37.62

00. Not available                                                 34130   96.65      .

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V295    <RP_SIZE> RP: Size of community

Location:   400   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RP - Philippines

                                                                   Unweighted
                                                                   Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                 35313 100.00

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V296    <RUS_SIZE> RUS: Size of community

Location:   402   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RUS - Russia - Size of community

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1691

01.        > 1 million inhabitants                                 448    1.27   26.49
02. 500 001 - 1 000 000 inhabitants                                162    0.46    9.58
03. 250 001 -   500 000 inhabitants                                138    0.39    8.16
04. 100 001 -   250 000 inhabitants                                177    0.50   10.47
05. 50 001 -    100 000 inhabitants                                226    0.64   13.36
06. 20 001 -     50 000 inhabitants                                110    0.31    6.51
07. Urban <      20 000 inhabitants                                 48    0.14    2.84
08. Rural                                                          382    1.08   22.59

00. Not available                                                33622   95.21      .

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V297    <S_SIZE> S: Size of community

Location:   404   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

S - Sweden - Size of community

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1238

01. More than 300.000 inhabitants                                  401    1.14   32.39
02. 90.000 - 300.000 inhabitants                                   463    1.31   37.40
03. 27.000 - 90.000 inhabitants                                    305    0.86   24.64
04. Less than 27.000 inhabitants                                    69    0.20    5.57

00. Not available                                                34075   96.49      .

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V298    <SLO_SIZE> SLO: Size of community

Location:   406   MD1: 0
Width:        2

SLO - Slovenia - Size of community

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1003

01.   Place with over 50.000 inhab. (Ljubljana, Maribor)           181    0.51   18.05
02.   Place with 10.000 to 50.000 inhabitants                      143    0.40   14.26
03.   Place with 4.000 to 10.000 inhabitants                        99    0.28    9.87
04.   Place with 2.000 to 4.000 inhabitants                        101    0.29   10.07
05.   Village, place with 500 to 2.000 inhabitants                 162    0.46   16.15
06.   Place with less than 500 inhabitants (small village)         317    0.90   31.61

99. NA                                                               1    0.00     0.10
00. Not available                                                34309   97.16      .

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V299    <USA_SIZE> USA: Size of community

Location:   408   MD1: 0
Width:        2

USA - United States
Size and type of place where R lives

See Note No. 4

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1332

01. 1 - 9 million          inhabitants                                 97    0.27    7.28
02. 500.000 - 999.999      inhabitants                                 43    0.12    3.23
03. 100.000 - 499.999      inhabitants                                218    0.62   16.37
04. 50.000 - 99.999        inhabitants                                165    0.47   12.39
05. 10.000 - 49.999        inhabitants                                381    1.08   28.60
06.   1.000 -   9.999      inhabitants                                340    0.96   25.53
07.         -     999      inhabitants                                 88    0.25    6.61

00. Not available                                                   33981   96.23     .

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V300    <AUS_REG> AUS: Region

Location:   410   MD1: 0
Width:        2

AUS - Australia

                                                                     Unweighted
                                                                     Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                   35313 100.00

                                                                    35313 100.00


V301    <BG_REG> BG: Region

Location:   412   MD1: 0
Width:        2

BG - Bulgaria: administrative regions

                                                                     Unweighted     % N=
                                                                     Abs.       %    1012

01.   Sofia city                                                      127    0.36   12.55
02.   Burgas region                                                   105    0.30   10.38
03.   Varna region                                                    116    0.33   11.46
04.   Lovetch region                                                  121    0.34   11.96
05.   Montana region                                                   80    0.23    7.91
06.   Plovdiv region                                                  151    0.43   14.92
07.   Russe region                                                     92    0.26    9.09
08.   Sofia region                                                    115    0.33   11.36
09.   Haskovo region                                                  105    0.30   10.38

00. Not available                                                   34301   97.13     .

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V302    <CDN_REG> CDN: Region

Location:   414   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CDN - Canada
In what province do you reside?

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1182

01.   Newfoundland                                                    80    0.23    6.77
02.   Nova Scotia                                                     76    0.22    6.43
03.   P.E.I                                                            0    0.00    0.00
04.   New Brunswick                                                   76    0.22    6.43
05.   Quebec                                                         308    0.87   26.06
06.   Ontario                                                        207    0.59   17.51
07.   Manitoba                                                       110    0.31    9.31
08.   Saskatchewan                                                    71    0.20    6.01
09.   Alberta                                                        100    0.28    8.46
10.   British Colombia                                               154    0.44   13.03

00. Not available                                                  34131   96.65     .

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V303    <CH_REG> CH: Region

Location:   416   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CH - Region: Switzerland
Canton in which Respondent lived by the time of the telephone
interview.

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    2518

01.   Zuerich                                                        411    1.16   16.32
02.   Bern                                                           381    1.08   15.13
03.   Luzern                                                         111    0.31    4.41
04.   Uri                                                              8    0.02    0.32
05.   Schwyz                                                          45    0.13    1.79
06.   Obwalden                                                         8    0.02    0.32
07.   Nidwalden                                                       10    0.03    0.40
08.   Glarus                                                           8    0.02    0.32
09.   Zug                                                             26    0.07    1.03
10.   Fribourg                                                        97    0.27    3.85
11.   Solothurn                                                       86    0.24    3.42
12.   Baselstadt                                                      62    0.18    2.46
13.   Baselland                                                       98    0.28    3.89
14.   Schaffhausen                                                    21    0.06    0.83
15.   Appenzell AR                                                    22    0.06    0.87
16.   Appenzell IR                                                     7    0.02    0.28
17.   St. Gallen                                                     154    0.44    6.12
18.   Graubuenden                                                     55    0.16    2.18
19.   Aargau                                                         202    0.57    8.02
20.   Thurgau                                                         80    0.23    3.18
21.   Ticino                                                         115    0.33    4.57
22.   Vaud                                                           230    0.65    9.13
23.   Wallis                                                          88    0.25    3.49
24.   Neuchatel                                                       64    0.18    2.54
25.   Geneve                                                          98    0.28    3.89
26.   Jura                                                            31    0.09    1.23

00. Not available                                                  32795   92.87     .

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V304    <CY_REG> CY: Region

Location:   418   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CY - Cyprus
In what province do you reside?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1000

01.   Nicosia                                                       419    1.19   41.90
02.   Larnaka, Famagusta                                            291    0.82   29.10
03.   Limassol                                                      208    0.59   20.80
04.   Paphos                                                         82    0.23    8.20

00. Not available                                                 34313   97.17     .

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V305    <CZ_REG> CZ: Region

Location:   420   MD1: 0
Width:        2

CZ - Czech Republic: Districts

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1100

01.   Prague                                                        128    0.36   11.64
02.   Central Bohemia                                               116    0.33   10.55
03.   South Bohemia                                                  96    0.27    8.73
04.   West Bohemia                                                   78    0.22    7.09
05.   North Bohemia                                                 100    0.28    9.09
06.   East Bohemia                                                  150    0.42   13.64
07.   South Moravia                                                 222    0.63   20.18
08.   North Moravia                                                 210    0.59   19.09

00. Not available                                                 34213   96.88     .

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V306    <D_REG> D: Region

Location:   422   MD1: 0
Width:        2

D - Germany: Federal countries

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    3470

01.   Schleswig-Holstein                                            100    0.28    2.88
02.   Hamburg                                                        57    0.16    1.64
03.   Niedersachsen                                                 282    0.80    8.13
04.   Bremen                                                         44    0.12    1.27
05.   Nordrhein-Westfalen                                           633    1.79   18.24
06.   Hessen                                                        213    0.60    6.14
07.   Rheinland-Pfalz                                               132    0.37    3.80
08.   Baden-Wuerttemberg                                            368    1.04   10.61
09.   Bayern                                                        430    1.22   12.39
10.   Saarland                                                       17    0.05    0.49
11.   Berlin-Ost                                                     67    0.19    1.93
12.   Mecklenburg-Vorpommern                                        120    0.34    3.46
13.   Brandenburg                                                   184    0.52    5.30
14.   Sachsen-Anhalt                                                207    0.59    5.97
15.   Thueringen                                                    222    0.63    6.40
16.   Sachsen                                                       309    0.88    8.90
17.   Berlin-West                                                    85    0.24    2.45

00. Not available                                                 31843   90.17     .

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V307    <E_REG> E: Region

Location:   424   MD1: 0
Width:        2

E - Spain

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    2494

01.   Andalucia                                                    421    1.19   16.88
02.   Aragon                                                        78    0.22    3.13
03.   Asturias                                                      75    0.21    3.01
04.   Baleares                                                      47    0.13    1.88
05.   Canarias                                                      95    0.27    3.81
06.   Cantabria                                                     34    0.10    1.36
07.   Castilla-La Mancha                                           107    0.30    4.29
08.   Castilla-Leon                                                169    0.48    6.78
09.   Cataluna                                                     397    1.12   15.92
10.   Pais Valenciano                                              243    0.69    9.74
11.   Extremadura                                                   68    0.19    2.73
12.   Galicia                                                      184    0.52    7.38
13.   Madrid                                                       318    0.90   12.75
14.   Region de Murcia                                              65    0.18    2.61
15.   Navarra                                                       35    0.10    1.40
16.   Pais Vasco                                                   141    0.40    5.65
17.   La Rioja                                                      17    0.05    0.68

00. Not available                                                32819   92.94     .

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V308    <F_REG> F: Region

Location:   426   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

F - France - Departments

                                                                 Unweighted     % N=
                                                                 Abs.       %    1297

01.   Ain                                                          10   0.03     0.77
02.   Aisne                                                        13   0.04     1.00
03.   Allier                                                        5   0.01     0.39
04.   Alpes-Hautes-Provence                                         6   0.02     0.46
05.   Hautes-Alpes                                                  1   0.00     0.08
06.   Alpes-Maritimes                                              21   0.06     1.62
07.   Ardeche                                                       8   0.02     0.62
08.   Ardennes                                                      4   0.01     0.31
09.   Ariege                                                        2   0.01     0.15
10.   Aube                                                          3   0.01     0.23
11.   Aude                                                          8   0.02     0.62
12.   Aveyron                                                       7   0.02     0.54
13.   Bouche-du-Rhone                                              41   0.12     3.16
14.   Calvados                                                     11   0.03     0.85
15.   Cantal                                                        1   0.00     0.08
16.   Charente                                                      7   0.02     0.54
17.   Charente-Maritime                                            16   0.05     1.23
18.   Cher                                                          3   0.01     0.23
19.   Correze                                                       7   0.02     0.54
20.   Haute-Corse                                                   2   0.01     0.15
21.   Cote-d’Or                                                    12   0.03     0.93
22.   Cotes-d’Armor                                                14   0.04     1.08
23.   Creuse                                                        3   0.01     0.23
24.   Dordogne                                                     15   0.04     1.16
25.   Doubs                                                        12   0.03     0.93
26.   Drome                                                        10   0.03     0.77
27.   Eure                                                         10   0.03     0.77
28.   Eure-et-Loire                                                 6   0.02     0.46
29.   Finistere                                                    24   0.07     1.85
30.   Gard                                                         22   0.06     1.70
31.   Haute-Garonne                                                23   0.07     1.77
32.   Gers                                                          2   0.01     0.15
33.   Gironde                                                      31   0.09     2.39
34.   Herault                                                      19   0.05     1.46
35.   Ille-de-Vilaine                                              14   0.04     1.08
36.   Indre                                                         7   0.02     0.54
37.   Indre-et-Loire                                                8   0.02     0.62
38.   Isere                                                        23   0.07     1.77
39.   Jura                                                          4   0.01     0.31
40.   Landes                                                        5   0.01     0.39
41.   Loir-et-Cher                                                  5   0.01     0.39
42.   Loire                                                        16   0.05     1.23
43.   Haute-Loire                                                   5   0.01     0.39
44.   Loire-Atlantique                                             28   0.08     2.16
45.   Loiret                                                       13   0.04     1.00
46.   Lot                                                           1   0.00     0.08
47.   Lot-et-Garonne                                                6   0.02     0.46
48.   Lozere                                                        1   0.00     0.08
49.   Maine-et-Loire                                               21   0.06     1.62
50.   Manche                                                        7   0.02     0.54
51.   Marne                                                        11   0.03     0.85
52.   Haute-Marne                                                   6   0.02     0.46
53.   Mayenne                                                       7   0.02     0.54
54.   Meurthe-et-Moselle                                           13   0.04     1.00
55.   Meuse                                                         7   0.02     0.54
56.   Morbihan                                                     24   0.07     1.85
57.   Moselle                                                      21   0.06     1.62
58.   Nievre                                                        4   0.01     0.31
59.   Nord                                                         42   0.12     3.24
60.   Oise                                                         11   0.03     0.85
61.   Orne                                                          5   0.01     0.39
62.   Pas-de-Calais                                                23   0.07     1.77
63.   Puy-de-Dome                                                  16   0.05     1.23
64.   Pyrenees-Atlantique                                          10   0.03     0.77
65.   Hautes-Pyrenees                                               6   0.02     0.46
66.   Pyrenees-Orientales                                          10   0.03     0.77
67.   Bas-Rhin                                                     26   0.07     2.00
68.   Haut-Rhin                                                    23   0.07     1.77
69.   Rhone                                                        44   0.12     3.39
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V308    F: Region                                                           (continued)


70.   Haute-Saone                                                      4    0.01     0.31
71.   Saone-et-Loire                                                  12    0.03     0.93
72.   Sarthe                                                          10    0.03     0.77
73.   Savoie                                                           9    0.03     0.69
74.   Haute-Savoie                                                     8    0.02     0.62
75.   Ville-de-Paris                                                 103    0.29     7.94
76.   Seine-Maritime                                                  22    0.06     1.70
77.   Seine-et-Marne                                                  24    0.07     1.85
78.   Yvelines                                                        32    0.09     2.47
79.   Deux-Sevres                                                      7    0.02     0.54
80.   Somme                                                            6    0.02     0.46
81.   Tarn                                                             7    0.02     0.54
82.   Tarn-et-Garonne                                                  5    0.01     0.39
83.   Var                                                             15    0.04     1.16
84.   Vaucluse                                                        12    0.03     0.93
85.   Vendee                                                          18    0.05     1.39
86.   Vienne                                                           9    0.03     0.69
87.   Haute-Vienne                                                     6    0.02     0.46
88.   Vosges                                                           9    0.03     0.69
89.   Yonne                                                            6    0.02     0.46
90.   Belfort (Territoire)                                             2    0.01     0.15
91.   Essone                                                          19    0.05     1.46
92.   Hauts-de-Seine                                                  35    0.10     2.70
93.   Seine-Saint-Denis                                               23    0.07     1.77
94.   Val-de-Marne                                                    24    0.07     1.85
95.   Val-d’Oise                                                      13    0.04     1.00
97.   D.O.M.                                                           4    0.01     0.31
98.   T.O.M.                                                           1    0.00     0.08

99. NA                                                                15    0.04      .
00. Not available                                                  34001   96.28      .

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V309    <GB_REG> GB: Region

Location:   428     MD1: 0
Width:        2

GB - Great Britain
Districts - The Registrar General’s Standard Regions have
been used.

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %     989

01.   Scotland                                                        96    0.27    9.71
02.   Northern, North West, Yorkshire & Humberside                   260    0.74   26.29
03.   West Midlands, East Midlands                                   157    0.44   15.87
04.   Wales                                                           56    0.16    5.66
05.   East Anglia, South West, South East                            316    0.89   31.95
06.   Greater London                                                 104    0.29   10.52

00. Not available                                                  34324   97.20      .

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V310    <H_REG> H: Region

Location:   430   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

H - Hungary
19 major administrative units counties plus Budapest

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1430

01.   Budapest                                                       275    0.78   19.23
02.   Baranya                                                         93    0.26    6.50
03.   Bacs-Kiskun                                                     24    0.07    1.68
04.   Bekes                                                           43    0.12    3.01
05.   Borsod-Abauj                                                   136    0.39    9.51
06.   Csongrad                                                        60    0.17    4.20
07.   Fejer                                                          165    0.47   11.54
08.   Gyor-Sopron                                                     37    0.10    2.59
09.   Hajdu-Bihar                                                     12    0.03    0.84
10.   Heves                                                           22    0.06    1.54
11.   Komarom                                                         66    0.19    4.62
12.   Nograd                                                         108    0.31    7.55
13.   Pest                                                             0    0.00    0.00
14.   Somogy                                                          38    0.11    2.66
15.   Szabolcs-Szatmar                                                58    0.16    4.06
16.   Szolnok                                                        104    0.29    7.27
17.   Tolna                                                           35    0.10    2.45
18.   Vas                                                             48    0.14    3.36
19.   Veszprem                                                        74    0.21    5.17
20.   Zala                                                            32    0.09    2.24

99. NA                                                                70    0.20     .
00. Not available                                                  33813   95.75     .

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V311    <I_REG> I: Region

Location:   432   MD1: 0
Width:        2

I - Italy
Geographic area (contains the groups of regions)

See Note No. 3

                                                                    Unweighted     % N=
                                                                    Abs.       %    1104

01. North West                                                       298    0.84   26.99
    (Piemonte, Val d’Aosta, Liguria and Lombardia)
02. North East                                                       207    0.59   18.75
    (Veneto, Trentino, Alto Adige, Friuli-Venezia
    Giulia and Emilia Romagna)
03. Centre                                                           211    0.60   19.11
    (Toscana, Marche, Umbria and Lazio)
04. South and Islands                                                388    1.10   35.14
    (Abruzzi, Molise, Kampania, Puglia,
    Basilikata, Calabria, Sicilia and Sardinia)

00. Not available                                                  34209   96.87     .

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V312    <IL_REG> IL: Region

Location:   434   MD1: 0
Width:        2

IL - Israel

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V313    <IRL_REG> IRL: Region

Location:   436   MD1: 0
Width:        2

IRL - Ireland

                                                                  Unweighted
                                                                  Abs.       %

00. Not available                                                35313 100.00

                                                                 35313 100.00


V314    <J_REG> J: Region

Location:   438   MD1: 0
Width:        2

J - Japan
Nine administrative and geographic regions are regrouped into
6 units.

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1249

01.   Hokkaido, Tohoku                                             148    0.42   11.85
02.   Kanto, Koshin-etsu                                           417    1.18   33.39
03.   Chubu                                                        189    0.54   15.13
04.   Kinki                                                        216    0.61   17.29
05.   Chugoku, Shikogu                                             133    0.38   10.65
06.   Kyushu                                                       146    0.41   11.69

00. Not available                                                34064   96.46     .

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V315    <LV_REG> LV: Region

Location:   440   MD1: 0
Width:        2

LV - Latvia

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1505

01.   Riga                                                         514    1.46   34.15
02.   Vidzeme                                                      300    0.85   19.93
03.   Kurzeme                                                      228    0.65   15.15
04.   Zemgale                                                      214    0.61   14.22
05.   Latgale                                                      249    0.71   16.54

00. Not available                                                33808   95.74     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00
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V316    <N_REG> N: Region

Location:   442   MD1: 0
Width:        2

N - Norway: Region substitutes County

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1344

01.   Central East: Capital and surrounding county                 288    0.82   21.43
02.   East                                                         365    1.03   27.16
03.   South coast with inland                                       76    0.22    5.65
04.   West coast with inland                                       352    1.00   26.19
05.   Middle                                                       121    0.34    9.00
06.   North                                                        142    0.40   10.57

00. Not available                                                33969   96.19     .

                                                                 35313 100.00 100.00


V317    <NZ_REG> NZ: Region

Location:   444   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

NZ - New Zealand
In which area do you live?

                                                                  Unweighted     % N=
                                                                  Abs.       %    1187

01.   Northland                                                     44    0.12    3.71
02.   Auckland                                                     304    0.86   25.61
03.   Thames Valley                                                 19    0.05    1.60
04.   Bay of Plenty                                                 90    0.25    7.58
05.   Waikato                                                       80    0.23    6.74
06.   Tongariro                                                      8    0.02    0.67
07.   East Cape                                                     13    0.04    1.10
08.   Hawkes Bay                                                    49    0.14    4.13
09.   Taranaki                                                      49    0.14    4.13
10.   Wanganui                                                      15    0.04    1.26
11.   Manawatu                                                      37    0.10    3.12
12.   Horowhenua                                                    21    0.06    1.77
13.   Wellington                                                   114    0.32    9.60
14.   Wairarapa                                                     18    0.05    1.52
15.   Nelson Bays                                                   29    0.08    2.44
16.   Marlborough                                                   17    0.05    1.43
17.   West Coast                                                    12    0.03    1.01
18.   Canterbury                                                   151    0.43   12.72
19.   Aorangi                                                       18    0.05    1.52
20.   Clutha-Central Otago                                          24    0.07    2.02
21.   Coastal-North Otago                                           43    0.12    3.62
22.   Southland                                                     32    0.09    2.70

99. NA                                                              11    0.03     .
00. Not available                                                34115   96.61     .

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V318    <PL_REG> PL: Region

Location:   446   MD1: 0
Width:        2

PL - Poland

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1183

01.   Central                                                       190    0.54   16.06
02.   Wielkopolska (Central-West)                                   144    0.41   12.17
03.   Silesia (South-West)                                          193    0.55   16.31
04.   West                                                          168    0.48   14.20
05.   Pomorze (North)                                               126    0.36   10.65
06.   North-East                                                     84    0.24    7.10
07.   East                                                           77    0.22    6.51
08.   Malopolska (South-East)                                       201    0.57   16.99

00. Not available                                                 34130   96.65     .

                                                                  35313 100.00 100.00


V319    <RP_REG> RP: Region

Location:   448   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RP - Philippines
In which area do you live?

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1200

01.   Great Manila Area                                             300    0.85   25.00
02.   Balance Luzon                                                 300    0.85   25.00
03.   Visayas                                                       300    0.85   25.00
04.   Mindanao                                                      300    0.85   25.00

00. Not available                                                 34113   96.60     .

                                                                  35313 100.00 100.00


V320    <RUS_REG> RUS: Region

Location:   450   MD1: 0
Width:        2

RUS - Russia

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1691

01.   North                                                          65    0.18    3.84
02.   North-West                                                     87    0.25    5.14
03.   Central, Moscow                                               479    1.36   28.33
04.   Volga-Vyatka                                                   88    0.25    5.20
05.   Black Earth                                                    79    0.22    4.67
06.   Volga region                                                  174    0.49   10.29
07.   North Caucasian                                               175    0.50   10.35
08.   Urals                                                         212    0.60   12.54
09.   West Sibiria                                                  157    0.44    9.28
10.   East Siberia                                                   98    0.28    5.80
11.   Far east region                                                77    0.22    4.55

00. Not available                                                 33622   95.21     .

                                                                  35313 100.00 100.00
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V321    <S_REG> S: Region

Location:   452   MD1: 0
Width:        2

S - Sweden - Region R lives in

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1238

01.   Stockholm                                                     215    0.61   17.37
02.   East mid                                                      236    0.67   19.06
03.   Smaland Gotland                                               105    0.30    8.48
04.   South                                                         189    0.54   15.27
05.   West                                                          240    0.68   19.39
06.   North mid                                                     121    0.34    9.77
07.   Mid north                                                      64    0.18    5.17
08.   North                                                          68    0.19    5.49

00. Not available                                                 34075   96.49     .

                                                                  35313 100.00 100.00


V322    <SLO_REG> SLO: Region

Location:   454   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

SLO - Slovenia - Region: Local communities are recoded
into the bureau of the census regional classification

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1003

01.   Pomurska                                                       66    0.19    6.58
02.   Podravska                                                     126    0.36   12.56
03.   Koroska                                                        46    0.13    4.59
04.   Savinjska                                                     141    0.40   14.06
05.   Gorenjska                                                      99    0.28    9.87
06.   Zasavska                                                       23    0.07    2.29
07.   Osrednja                                                      277    0.78   27.62
08.   Spodnjeposavska                                                37    0.10    3.69
09.   Dolenjska                                                      45    0.13    4.49
10.   Goriska                                                        64    0.18    6.38
11.   Obalnokraska                                                   57    0.16    5.68
12.   Kraska                                                         22    0.06    2.19

99. NA                                                                1    0.00     .
00. Not available                                                 34309   97.16     .

                                                                  35313 100.00 100.00


V323    <USA_REG> USA: Region

Location:   456   MD1: 0
Width:        2

USA - United States
States were recoded into regions (U.S. Bureau of Census:
Regional classification)

                                                                   Unweighted     % N=
                                                                   Abs.       %    1332

01.   New England                                                    73    0.21    5.48
02.   Middle Atlantic                                               185    0.52   13.89
03.   East North Central                                            219    0.62   16.44
04.   West North Central                                             98    0.28    7.36
05.   South Atlantic                                                248    0.70   18.62
06.   East South Central                                             93    0.26    6.98
07.   West South Central                                            121    0.34    9.08
08.   Mountain                                                       92    0.26    6.91
09.   Pacific                                                       203    0.57   15.24

00. Not available                                                 33981   96.23     .

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V324   <ETHNIC> Ethnicity or nationality

Location:   458   MD1: 00
Width:        2   MD2: 99

Nationality, Ethnic and Language Code
To which ethnic group do you belong or from which country
you or your anchestors are coming?

D: Which citizenship do you have? (questions about nationality
country of origin, duration of residence in Germany, and
information about parents)
S: At the time of your birth, were both, one or neither of
your parents citizens of Sweden?
USA: From what country or part of the world did your
anchestors come; (if more than one country named) Which one
of these countries do you feel closer?
CH: Information about the language used in interviews with
Swiss citizens and the origin country of foreigners.

    01. Africa, Mandinka, Somalian, Yoruba, Eritrean, Sudan,
        Egypt, Ethiopia, South Africa
    02. Aklanon, Romblon (RP)
    03. Albanian
    04. America, American only, American
    05. American Indian, Navajo/Navaho, Indian Dialects
    06. Arab, Arabic, Muslim, Yemen, Morocco, Algerian,
        Tunesia, Lybia
    07. Artificial or extinct language/tribe
        (Esperanto, Latin, Slavonic, Celtic)
    08. Asia, Asian, other Asian-Asia,
        Asia excl. Russia (RUS: Central Asian)
    09. Australia and Oceania, Australian
    10. Austria (I: Alto Adige), Austrian
    11. Baltic (D: speak Latvian, Lithuanian)
        (PL: speak Lithuanian)
        (USA: ethn. Lithuanian)
        (RUS: ethn. Latvian, Estonian, Lithuanian)
    12. Bangladesh, Bengali, Bangladeshi
    13. Basque/ Vasco
    14. Belgium, Belgian
    15. Belorussia/ Bialorussia, Belorussian
    16. Bicolano/ Bicol (RP)
    17. Black/ African/ Carribean, No-Spanish West Indies
    18. Bosnian (SLO: ethn. Muslim)
    19. Bulgaria, Bulgarian
    20. Cajun/ French Cajun
    21. Canada-Canadian, other Canada
    22. Catalan,Valencian,Balear/ Mallorquin
    23. China, Cantonese, Hakka, Mandarin, Chinese
    24. Continental South-East Asia, Thai, Khmer, Vietnamese
    25. Cook Island Maori
    26. Creole, Surinamese/ Sranan (RP: Chavacano, Metis,
        Zamboangeno)
    27. Croatian
    28. Czech, Czechia, Czech Republic
    29. Czech-Slovak, Czech/ Slovak, CSSR, Czechoslovakia
    30. Denmark, Danish
    31. English, British (GB: English incl. Scottish),
        England, England & Wales, UK
    32. Europe, European, White/European, other European,
        other Europe, White, other White (NZ: European-Pakeha)
    33. Fijian
    34. Finland, Finnish
    35. France, French (I: Val D Aosta)
    36. French Canada, French Swiss
    37. Frisian
    38. German (H: German/Swab), Germany,
        (PL:Former German Territories)
    39. Greece, Greek, Greek Cypriote
    40. Hebrew, Ivrit, Israel (incl. Arabs born in Israel)
    41. Hungary, Hungarian
    42. Ibanag (RP)
    43. Ilocano (RP)
    44. Ilonggo/ Hiligaynon, Bantayanon (RP)
    45. India, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil, Urdu, Nepali,
        Malayalam, Indian
        (IL: India, Pakistan)
    46. Indonesian, Malay/ Malaysian
    47. Iran, Iranian, Persian/ Farsi, Dari
    48. Ireland, Irish/Irish Gaelic
    49. Italy, Italian, ital. Swiss
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V324   Ethnicity or nationality                                  (continued)

    50. Japan, Japanese
    51. Kapampangan/ Pampangan (RP)
    52. Kinaray-a (RP)
    53. Korea, Korean
    54. Maori, NZ Maori
    55. Maranaw/ Maranao (RP)
    56. Masbateno (RP)
    57. Middle East, Kurdish/ Kurd, Assyrian, Lebanese,
        CY: Maronite
    58. Netherlands, Dutch, Flemish
    59. Nordic, other Scandinavian (S: Finnish, Danish,
        Norwegian)

    60.   North America
    61.   Norway, Norwegian
    62.   Pacific, Polynesian, Chamorro/Guam
    63.   Pakistan, Panjab/ Punjabi, Pashto, Pakistani
    64.   Panggalatok/ Pangasinan (RP)
    65.   Philippine other (RP: Bagobo, Kinaulo, Igorot,
          Cagay-anon, Ibatan/ Ivatan, Netibo, Surigaonon,
          Bawa-Diangas-Sutanga, Zambalenio,
          Dabawenyo/ Davawenyo
    66.   Philippines, Filipino, Tagalog
    67.   Pidgin, Papua New Guinea Pidgin
    68.   Poland, Polish, Former Easttern Territories
    69.   Portugal, Portuguese (E: Galician/ Gallego)
    70.   Romani, Gipsy/ Gypsi
    71.   Romania, Romanian (RUS: ethn. Moldavian)
    72.   Russia, USSR & Republics, Russian
          RUS: Russia
    73.   Samal (RP)
    74.   Samic, Lapp
    75.   Samoan, Tokelauan
    76.   Scotland, Scots Gaelic
          (GB: speak Gaelic incl. Irish, NZ: speak Scottish)
    77.   Serbian, Serbia, Serb
    78.   Slovakia, Slovak
    79.   Slovenia, Slovenian, Slovene

    80. South America, Latin America, Mexico, Puerto Rico,
        Columbia, Brazil, Argentinia, Chile
        (NL: ethn. Netherlands Antilles)
    81. Spain, Spanish, Castilian, Castellano, other Spanish
    82. Swede, Swedish
    83. Switzerland (german language)
    84. Tatar
    85. Tausug (RP)
    86. Tongan, Niuean
    87. Transcaucasian, Armenian (BG: ethn. Armenian)
    88. Turkey, Turkish (S: ethn. Bulgarian-turk)
        CY: Turkish Cypriote
    89. Ukraine, Ukrainian (SK: speak Ruthenian)

    90.   USA
    91.   Visayan/ Cebuano, Boholano, Leyteno/ Leyte
    92.   Waray (RP)
    93.   Welsh
    94.   Yiddish/ Jewish
    95.   (former) Yugoslavia, Serbo-Croatian, Yugoslavian
    96.   One non-swedish
    98.   Other, mixed origin

    99. NA, don’t know
    00. USA: not possible to code
        Not available
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                        (continued)


            AUS   D-W   D-E     GB    USA      H     I    IRL    N
  1    |      1|      |     |    9|    89|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |   .9| 9.0|        |     |      |      |
  3    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  4    |      1|      |     |      |   25|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |      | 2.5|       |     |      |      |
  5    |        |     |     |      |   55|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      | 5.6|       |     |      |      |
  6    |      3|      |     |      |    2|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .2|      |     |      |   .2|      |     |      |      |
  7    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  8    |      4|      |     |    4|       |     |     |      |      |
  %    |     .2|      |     |   .4|       |     |     |      |      |
  9    |   1602|      |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |   83.1|      |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 10    |        |   4|      |      |    7|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |  .2|      |      |   .7|      |     |      |      |
 11    |      3|      |     |      |    2|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .2|      |     |      |   .2|      |     |      |      |
 12    |      1|      |     |    1|       |     |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |   .1|       |     |     |      |      |
 16    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 17    |        |     |     |      |    5|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |   .5|      |     |      |      |
 18    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 19    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 21    |      2|      |     |      |    8|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |      |   .8|      |     |      |      |
 23    |      2|      |     |    4|     9|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |   .4|    .9|      |     |      |      |
 24    |      2|      |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 26    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 27    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 28    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |      |     |     |      |      |
 29    |      4|    2|      |      |   16|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .2|   .1|      |      | 1.6|       |     |      |      |
 30    |        |   1|      |      |    5|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |  .0|      |      |   .5|      |     |      |      |
 31    |    214|    3|      |      | 111|       |     |      |      |
  %    |   11.1|   .1|      |      | 11.2|      |     |      |      |
 32    |      2|      |     | 948|      5|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .1|      |     | 96.0|    .5|      |     |      |      |
 34    |        |     |     |      |    6|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |   .6|      |     |      |      |
 35    |        |   4|      |      |   26|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |  .2|      |      | 2.6|       |     |      |      |
 36    |        |     |     |      |    8|      |     |      |      |
  %    |        |     |     |      |   .8|      |     |      |      |
 38    |     15| 2157| 1106|       | 178|       |     |      |      |
  %    |     .8| 91.5| 99.7|       | 18.0|      |     |      |      |
 39    |      4|   15|      |      |    7|      |     |      |      |
  %    |     .2|   .6|      |      |   .7|      |     |      |      |
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                           (continued)


           AUS     D-W    D-E     GB     USA      H     I    IRL    N
 40    |     1|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 41    |       |     1|      |      |    6|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |    .0|      |      |   .6|        |     |      |      |
 42    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 43    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 44    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 45    |     3|       |      |    13|    7|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .2|       |      |   1.3|   .7|        |     |      |      |
 46    |     4|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .2|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 47    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 48    |       |      |      |      | 116|         |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      | 11.7|        |     |      |      |
 49    |    19|     16|      |      |   59|        |     |      |      |
  %    |   1.0|     .7|      |      | 6.0|         |     |      |      |
 50    |     1|       |      |      |    3|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|       |      |      |   .3|        |     |      |      |
 51    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 53    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 54    |    11|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .6|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 56    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 57    |     1|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|       |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 58    |     8|      6|      |      |   14|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .4|     .3|      |      | 1.4|         |     |      |      |
 61    |     1|       |      |      |   19|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|       |      |      | 1.9|         |     |      |      |
 63    |       |      |      |     3|     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |    .3|     |        |     |      |      |
 65    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 66    |     2|       |      |      |    2|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|       |      |      |   .2|        |     |      |      |
 68    |     4|      5|      |      |   18|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .2|     .2|      |      | 1.8|         |     |      |      |
 69    |       |     4|      |      |    5|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |    .2|      |      |   .5|        |     |      |      |
 71    |       |     1|      |      |    4|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |    .0|      |      |   .4|        |     |      |      |
 72    |     1|      5|     1|      |   19|        |     |      |      |
  %    |    .1|     .2|    .1|      | 1.9|         |     |      |      |
 76    |       |      |      |      |   45|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      | 4.6|         |     |      |      |
 77    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 79    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      |     |        |     |      |      |
 80    |       |      |      |      |   41|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |      |      |      | 4.1|         |     |      |      |
 81    |       |     4|      |      |   26|        |     |      |      |
  %    |       |    .2|      |      | 2.6|         |     |      |      |
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                          (continued)


          AUS      D-W   D-E      GB      USA     H     I   IRL     N
 82    |      |      1|      |       |     19|      |     |     |     |
  %    |      |     .0|      |       |    1.9|      |     |     |     |
 83    |      |      2|      |       |      5|      |     |     |     |
  %    |      |     .1|      |       |     .5|      |     |     |     |
 85    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 87    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 88    |      |     67|    1|        |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |    2.8|   .1|        |        |     |     |     |     |
 89    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 90    |    1|       3|    1|        |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |   .1|      .1|   .1|        |        |     |     |     |     |
 91    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 92    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 95    |   10|      40|      |       |      6|      |     |     |     |
  %    |   .5|     1.7|      |       |     .6|      |     |     |     |
 96    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  %    |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
 98    |      |     17|      |     5|      11|      |     |     |     |
  %    |      |     .7|      |    .5|     1.1|      |     |     |     |
 99    | 224M|         |     |    2M|     22M|      |     |     |     |
       |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
  0    |      |     3M|      |       |   321M|1500M|1104M| 994M|1344M|
       |      |        |     |       |        |     |     |     |     |
Sum      2151     2361 1109      989     1332 1500 1104     994 1344
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                           (continued)


            S    CZ    SLO    PL        BG    RUS    NZ     CDN      RP
  1    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      4|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .3|       |
  3    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  4    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  5    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      2|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .2|       |
  6    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     11|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |    1.0|       |
  7    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  8    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  9    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 10    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 11    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 12    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 16    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |    27|
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |   2.3|
 17    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      2|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .2|       |
 18    |     |     |    15|     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |   1.5|     |         |      |     |        |      |
 19    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 21    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 23    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     15|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |    1.3|       |
 24    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      3|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .3|       |
 26    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      1|     35|
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .1|    2.9|
 27    |     |     |    38|     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |   3.8|     |         |      |     |        |      |
 28    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 29    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 30    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 31    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |    351|      5|
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |   30.5|     .4|
 32    |     |     |      |    2|         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |   .2|         |      |     |        |      |
 34    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 35    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |    351|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |   30.5|       |
 36    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |        |      |
 38    |     |     |     1|    1|         |      |     |     78|       |
  %    |     |     |    .1|   .1|         |      |     |    6.8|       |
 39    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |      5|       |
  %    |     |     |      |     |         |      |     |     .4|       |
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                        (continued)


            S    CZ   SLO    PL        BG   RUS    NZ    CDN     RP
 40    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    13|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |   1.1|       |
 41    |     |     |    6|     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |   .6|     |         |     |     |       |      |
 42    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   16|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 1.3|
 43    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   47|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 3.9|
 44    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 137|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 11.4|
 45    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    17|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |   1.5|       |
 46    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 47    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     4|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .3|       |
 48    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    64|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |   5.6|       |
 49    |     |     |    1|     |         |     |     |    12|       |
  %    |     |     |   .1|     |         |     |     |   1.0|       |
 50    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     5|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .4|       |
 51    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   10|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   .8|
 53    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     2|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .2|       |
 54    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 56    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   15|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 1.3|
 57    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 58    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     5|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .4|       |
 61    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 63    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     4|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .3|       |
 65    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |   32|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       | 2.7|
 66    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     2| 491|
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .2| 40.9|
 68    |     |     |     | 1174|         |     |     |    14|       |
  %    |     |     |     | 99.4|         |     |     |   1.2|       |
 69    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 71    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
 72    |     |     |     |    4|         | 1446|     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |   .3|         | 85.7|     |       |      |
 76    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |   103|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |   9.0|       |
 77    |     |     |   27|     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     | 2.7|      |         |     |     |       |      |
 79    |     |     | 904|      |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     | 90.6|     |         |     |     |       |      |
 80    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |     4|       |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |    .3|       |
 81    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
  %    |     |     |     |     |         |     |     |       |      |
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                        (continued)


              S     CZ   SLO   PL     BG    RUS     NZ   CDN     RP
 82    |   1079|       |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |   88.0|       |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 83    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 85    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |    3|
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |   .3|
 87    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 88    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 89    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |  27|       |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      | 2.3|       |
 90    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 91    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     | 367|
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     | 30.6|
 92    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |   15|
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     | 1.3|
 95    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 96    |     28|       |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  %    |    2.3|       |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
 98    |    119|       |   6|     |      | 241|        |  50|       |
  %    |    9.7|       |  .6|     |      | 14.3|       | 4.4|       |
 99    |    12M|       |  6M|  2M|       |   4M|       | 33M|       |
       |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
  0    |        |1100M|      |    |1012M|       |1198M|      |      |
       |        |      |     |    |      |      |      |     |      |
Sum        1238 1100 1004 1183 1012 1691 1198 1182 1200
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V324    Ethnicity or nationality                                     (continued)


           IL-J IL-A      J     E        LV     F    CY    CH
  1    |     14|   1|      |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |    1.4|  .2|      |       |     |       |     |     |
  3    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    3|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .1|
  4    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  5    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  6    |     98|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |    9.5|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  7    |       |     |     |       |     |       |    1|     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |   .1|     |
  8    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  9    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 10    |      3|     |     |       |     |       |     |   10|
  %    |     .3|     |     |       |     |       |     |   .4|
 11    |       |     |     |       | 810|        |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       | 53.8|       |     |     |
 12    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 16    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 17    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    2|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .1|
 18    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    1|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .0|
 19    |      8|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |     .8|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 21    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    1|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .0|
 23    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    1|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .0|
 24    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    1|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .0|
 26    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 27    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    4|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .2|
 28    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    1|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .0|
 29    |      5|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |     .5|     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 30    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    2|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .1|
 31    |      1|     |     |       |     |       |     |    9|
  %    |     .1|     |     |       |     |       |     |   .4|
 32    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     |
 34    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    2|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |   .1|
 35    |      4|     |     |       |     |       |     |   24|
  %    |     .4|     |     |       |     |       |     | 1.0|
 36    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     | 499|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     | 19.8|
 38    |     15|   1|      |       |     |       |     |   41|
  %    |    1.5|  .2|      |       |     |       |     | 1.6|
 39    |      5|     |     |       |     |       | 991|      |
  %    |     .5|     |     |       |     |       | 99.1|     |
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           IL-J IL-A      J     E        LV     F    CY     CH
 40    |    628| 471|      |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |   60.7| 98.7|     |       |     |       |     |      |
 41    |      6|     |     |       |     |       |     |     4|
  %    |     .6|     |     |       |     |       |     |    .2|
 42    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 43    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 44    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 45    |      2|     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |     .2|     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 46    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 47    |     11|    1|     |       |     |       |     |     3|
  %    |    1.1|   .2|     |       |     |       |     |    .1|
 48    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 49    |      2|     |     |       |     |       |     |   209|
  %    |     .2|     |     |       |     |       |     |   8.3|
 50    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 51    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 53    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 54    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 56    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 57    |     37|    2|     |       |     |       |    5|      |
  %    |    3.6|   .4|     |       |     |       |   .5|      |
 58    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |     8|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    .3|
 61    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 63    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 65    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 66    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 68    |     28|     |     |       |     |       |     |     1|
  %    |    2.7|     |     |       |     |       |     |    .0|
 69    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    17|
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |    .7|
 71    |     37|     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |    3.6|     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 72    |     94|    1|     |       | 517|        |     |      |
  %    |    9.1|   .2|     |       | 34.4|       |     |      |
 76    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 77    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 79    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
  %    |       |     |     |       |     |       |     |      |
 80    |      8|     |     |       |     |       |     |     2|
  %    |     .8|     |     |       |     |       |     |    .1|
 81    |      2|     |     |       |     |       |     |    16|
  %    |     .2|     |     |       |     |       |     |    .6|
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           IL-J     IL-A     J      E         LV     F    CY     CH
 82    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |             1|
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |            .0|
 83    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |          1643|
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |          65.3|
 85    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
 87    |        |       |     |     |     |     |  1|               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     | .1|               |
 88    |      8|        |     |     |     |     |  2|             5|
  %    |     .8|        |     |     |     |     | .2|            .2|
 89    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
 90    |     10|        |     |     |     |     |   |             2|
  %    |    1.0|        |     |     |     |     |   |            .1|
 91    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
 92    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
 95    |      2|        |     |     |     |     |   |             6|
  %    |     .2|        |     |     |     |     |   |            .2|
 96    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  %    |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
 98    |      6|        |     |     | 178|      |   |               |
  %    |     .6|        |     |     | 11.8|     |   |               |
 99    |     9M|     23M|     |     |     |     |   |               |
       |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
  0    |        |       |1249M|2494M|     |1312M|   |               |
       |        |       |     |     |     |     |   |               |
Sum        1043      500 1249 2494 1505 1312 1000              2518


V325    <WEIGHT> Weighting factor

Location:     460
Width:          7      Decimal Places:    5

Weighting factor

      01. No weighting
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     Note 0001

     This Note refers to V208 and V210 and contains the
     International Occupation Codes of 1968 and 1988 and some
     other codings of the 4-digit ISCO used in Spain and United
     States.

     Norway, Spain, Israel, United States

     International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO).
     Geneva: International Labour Office 1969.

     Professional, technical and related workers

     01 Physical scientists and related technicians

       0100   Physical scientists and related technicians
       0110   Chemists
       0120   Physicists
       0130   Physical scientists not elsewhere classified
       0131   Geologist
       0132   Astronomer
       0133   Weatherman
       0139   Scientist
       0140   Physical science technicians

     02/03 Architects, engineers and related technicians

       0200   Architects, enigineers
       0210   Architects and town planners
       0220   Civil engineers
       0230   Electrical and electronics engineers
       0240   Mechanical engineers
       0250   Chemical engineers
       0260   Metallurgists
       0270   Mining engineers
       0280   Industrial engineers
       0290   Engineers, n.e.c.

       0300   Engineers and related technicians
       0310   Surveyors
       0320   Draughtsmen
       0321   Tracer
       0329   Draughtsman
       0330   Civil engineering technicians
       0340   Electrical and electronics engineering technicians
       0350   Mechanical engineering technicians
       0360   Chemical engineering technicians
       0370   Metallurgical technicians
       0380   Mining technicians
       0390   Engineering technicians, n.e.c.

     04 Aircraft and ships’ officers

       0400   Aircraft pilots, ship officers
       0410   Aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers
       0411   Astronaut
       0419   Airline pilot
       0420   Ships’ deck officers
       0421   Small boat officer
       0429   Ships’ officer
       0430   Ships’ engineers

     05 Life scientists and related technicians

       0500   Life scientist and related technicians
       0510   Biologists, zoologists and related scientists
       0520   Bacteriologists, pharmacologists and related
              scientists
       0521   Dairy scientist
       0529   Medical researcher
       0530   Agronomists and related scientists
       0531   Agricultural agent
       0539   Agronomist
       0540   Life sciences technicians
       0541   Agricultural and forestry technicians
              (horticultural and veterenary technicians included)
       0549   Life science technician n.e.c.

     06 Medical, dental, veterinary and related workers
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       0600   Medical, dental and veterinary professions
       0610   Medical doctors
       0611   General surgeon
       0619   Physician
       0620   Medical assistants
       0630   Dentists
       0640   Dental assistants
       0650   Veterinarians
       0660   Veterinary assistants
       0670   Pharmacists
       0680   Pharmaceutical assistants
       0690   Dietitians and public health nutritionists
       0700   Medical and related workers
       0710   Professional nurses
       0711   Professional nurses (general)
       0719   Professional nurses
       0720   Nursing personnel, n.e.c.
       0730   Professional midwives
       0740   Midwifery personnel, n.e.c.
       0750   Optometrists and opticians
       0751   Opticians
       0759   Optiometrists and opticians n.e.c.
       0760   Physiotherapists and occupational therapists
       0761   Occupational therapists
       0762   Masseur
       0769   Physiotherapists n.e.c.
       0770   Medical X-ray technicians
       0780   Medical, dental, veterinary and related workers, n.e.c
       0790   Osteopath
       0791   Chiropracter
       0792   Herbalist
       0793   Sanitary officer
       0799   Osteopath

     08 Statisticians, mathematicians, systems analysts and
        related technicians

       0800   Statisticians, mathematicians and related technicians
       0810   Statisticians
       0820   Mathematicians and actuaries
       0830   Systems analysts
       0840   Statistical and mathematical technicians
       0849   Statistical and mathematical technicians n.e.c.

     09 Economists Specialists

       0900   Economists

     10 Accountants

       1100   Accountants (general)
       1101   Accountants n.e.c.
       1109   Accountant

     12 Jurists
       1200   Jurists
       1210   Lawyers
       1211   Public prosecutor
       1219   Lawyers, n.e.c.
       1220   Judges
       1221   Supreme court judge
       1222   Local court judge
       1229   Judge
       1240   Jurist, jur. assessor
       1290   Jurist, n.e.c.
       1291   Jurists (except lawyer or judge)
       1299   Non-Trial judge

     13 Teachers

       1300   Teachers
       1310   University and higher education teachers
       1311   University professor
       1319   University president
       1320   Secondary education teachers
       1321   Languages and literature teachers (second level)
       1329   High school teachers
       1330   Primary education teachers
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     Note 0001                                                   (continued)

       1340   Pre-primary education teachers
       1350   Special education teachers
       1390   Teachers, n.e.c.
       1391   Principal, primary principal
       1392   Education officer
       1393   Audio-visual and other teaching aid specialists
       1394   Secondary school principal
       1399   Vocational teacher

     14 Workers in religion

       1400   Workers in religion
       1410   Ministers of religion and related members of
              religious orders
       1411   High school officer
       1412   Religious reciter
       1413   Evangelist
       1414   Missionary
       1415   Member of religious order
       1416   Assistant priest
       1419   Clergyman
       1490   Workers in religion, n.e.c.
       1491   Faith healer
       1499   Religious teacher

     15 Authors, journalists and related writers
       1500   Authors, journalist, writers
       1510   Authors and critics
       1511   Pulp writers
       1519   Authors
       1520   Journalist
       1590   Authors, journalists and related writers, n.e.c.
       1591   Newspaper editor
       1592   Advertising writer
       1593   Public relations man
       1599   Journalists

     16 Sculptors, painters, photographers and related
        creative artists

       1600   Sculptors, painters and related artists
       1610   Sculptors, painters and related artists
       1620   Commercial artists and designers
       1621   Designers
       1622   Commercial artists
       1629   Commercial artist
       1630   Photographers and cameramen
       1631   TV cameraman
       1639   Photographer

     17 Composers and reforming artists

       1700   Composers and performing artists
       1710   Composers, musicians and singers
       1711   Jazz musicians
       1712   Musical entertainer
       1713   Music teacher
       1719   Musician, classical musician
       1720   Choreographers and dancers
       1721   Dancing teacher
       1729   Dancer
       1730   Actors and stage directors
       1731   Star actor
       1732   Dramatic director
       1739   Actor
       1740   Producers, performing arts
       1750   Circus performers
       1790   Performing artists, n.e.c.
       1791   Entertainer
       1799   Radio TV announcer

     18 Athletes, sportsmen and related workers

       1800   Athletes, sportsmen and related workers
       1801   Coach, manager
       1809   Professional athlete
       1810   Sportsmen
       1820   Technical staff in sport
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     19 Professional, technical and related workers, n.e.c.

       1900   Professionals, technical and related
       1910   Librarians, archivists and curators
       1920   Sociologists, anthropoligists and related scientists
       1921   Psychologists
       1922   Archeologist
       1923   Historian
       1924   Social scientist
       1929   Sociologist
       1930   Social workers
       1931   Group worker
       1939   Social workers n.e.c.
       1940   Personnel and occupational specialists
       1941   Personnel and occupational specialists, n.e.c.
       1949   Personnel director
       1950   Philologists, translators and interpreters
       1951   Philologists
       1959   Translator
       1960   Other professional, technical and related workers
       1990   Other scientists
       1991   Diviner
       1992   Fingerprint expert
       1993   Explorer
       1994   Peace corps member
       1995   Advertising executive
       1999   Other professionals n.e.c.

     Administrative and managerial workers

     20 Legislative officials and government administrators

       2000   Legislative officials and governement administrator
       2010   Heads of government jurisdiction
       2011   Legislative officials
       2012   District head
       2013   Heads, large city
       2014   Heads, city or small city
       2015   Village head
       2019   Chief of state
       2020   Members of legislative bodies
       2021   Government administrators
       2030   High administrative officials
       2031   Ambassador
       2032   Diplomat
       2033   High civil servant
       2034   Dept. head, prov. government
       2035   Dept. head, local government
       2036   Chiefs counselor
       2039   Government minister

     21 Managers

       2100   Managers
       2110   General managers
       2111   Head of large firm
       2112   Head of firm
       2113   Head of small firm
       2114   Banker
       2115   Banker, large bank
       2116   Building contractor
       2119   Member board of director
       2120   Product managers (except farm)
       2190   Businessman
       2191   Managers, n.e.c.
       2192   Research and development managers
       2193   Department manager, large firm
       2194   Business executive
       2195   Budgeting and accounting managers
       2196   Union official
       2197   High union official
       2199   Businessman

     Clerical and related workers

     30 Clerical supervisors

       3000   Clerical supervisors
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       3009   Office manager

     31 Governmment executive officials

       3100   Government executive officials
       3101   Government executive officials
       3102   Government inspector
       3103   Customs inspector
       3104   Tax collector
       3109   Middle rank civil servant
       3110   Office-head in public administration
       3120   Office-head in private administration

     32 Stenographers, typists and card- and tapepunching
        machine operators

       3200   Stenographers, typists and rel. machine operators
       3210   Stenographers, typists and teletypists
       3211   Stenographer-typists (general)
       3219   Typists n.e.c.
       3220   Card- and tapepunching machine operators

     33 Bookkeepers, cashiers and related workers

       3300   Bookkeepers, cashiers and related
       3310   Bookkeepers and cashiers
       3311   Bookkeepers (general)
       3312   Head cashier
       3313   Bank tellers
       3314   Post office clerk
       3315   Money changers
       3319   Bookkeepers n.e.c.
       3390   Bookkeepers, cashiers and related workers, n.e.c.
       3391   Bookkeepers, cashiers and related workers (general)
       3399   Bookkeepers and related workers n.e.c.

     34 Computing machine operators

       3400   Computing machine operators
       3410   Bookkeeping and calculating machine operators
       3420   Automatic data-processing machine operators

     35 Transport and communications supervisors

       3500   Transport and comm. supervisor
       3510   Railway station masters
       3520   Postmasters
       3590   Transport and communications supervisors, n.e.c.

     36 Transport conductors

       3600   Transport conductors
       3601   Bus, streetcar conductor
       3602   Sleeping car porter
       3609   railroad conductor
     37 Mail distribution clerks

       3700   Mail distribution clerks
       3701   Mail distribution clerks (general)
       3709   Mail carrier

     38 Telephone and telegraph operators

       3800   Telephone and telegraph operators
       3801   Telegraph operators
       3802   Radio operator
       3809   Telephone and telegraph operators n.e.c.

     39 Clerical and related workers, n.e.c.

       3900   Clerical and related workers
       3910   Stock clerks
       3911   Shipping clerks
       3919   Stock clerks n.e.c.
       3920   Material and production planning clerks
       3930   Correspondence and reporting clerks
       3931   Office clerks (general)
       3932   Law clerks
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     Note 0001                                                   (continued)

       3939   Correpondence and reporting clerks n.e.c.
       3940   Receptionists and travel agency clerks
       3941   Receptionists (general)
       3942   Railway baggageman
       3943   Doctor’s or dentist’s receptionists
       3944   Floor walker
       3949   Receptionists and travel agency clerks n.e.c.
       3950   Library and filing clerks
       3951   Library and filing clerks (general)
       3959   Library and filing clerks n.e.c.
       3970   Interviewer of a survey
       3990   Clerks, n.e.c.
       3991   Proofreader
       3992   Statistical clerks
       3993   Coding clerks (data-processing)
       3999   Clerks n.e.c.

     Sales workers

     40 Managers (wholesale and retail trade)

       4000   Managers (wholesale and retail trade)
       4001   Managers (general)
       4002   Credit manager
       4009   Retail manager

     41 Working proprietors (wholesale and retail trade)
       4100   Working proprietors (wholesale and retail trade)
       4101   Large shop owner
       4102   Working proprietors (wholesale)
       4103   Working proprietors (retail trade)
       4104   Broker
       4105   Livestock broker
       4106   Wholesale distributor
       4107   Smuggler
       4108   Labor contractor
       4109   Shop keeper

     42 Sales supervisors and buyers

       4200   Sales supervisors and buyers
       4210   Sales supervisors
       4220   Buyers
       4221   Purchasing agent
       4222   Buyers (general)
       4229   Buyer

     43 Technical salesmen, commercial travellers and
        manufacturers’ agents

       4300   Technical salesmen and comm. travellers
       4310   Technical salesmen and service advisers
       4311   Utility Co.salesman
       4319   Sales engineer
       4320   Commercial travellers and manufacturers’ agents

     44 Insurance, real estate, securities and business
        services salesmen and auctioneers

       4400   Insurance and real estate salesmen
       4410   Insurance, real estate and securities salesmen
       4411   Real estate agents
       4412   Stock broker
       4419   Insurance salesmen n.e.c.
       4420   Business services salesmen
       4430   Auctioneers
       4431   Appraiser
       4432   Insurance claims investigators

     45 Salesmen, shop assistants and related workers

       4500   Salesmen, shop assistants and related
       4510   Salesmen, shop assistants and demonstrators
       4511   Automobile salesman
       4512   Wholesale trade salesman
       4513   Model
       4514   Fashion models
       4519   Salesman n.e.c.
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     Note 0001                                                      (continued)

       4520   Street vendors, canvassers and newsvendors
       4521   Street vendor
       4522   Newspaper seller
       4523   Routeman
       4525   Narcotics peddler
       4529   Market trader

     49 Sales workers, n.e.c.

       4900   Sales workers, n.e.c.

     Service workers

     50 Managers (catering and lodging services)

       5000   Managers (catering and lodging services)
       5001   Hotel managers
       5002   Appartment manager
       5009   Bar manager

     51 Working proprietors (catering and lodging services)

       5100   Working proprietors (catering and lodging services)
       5101   Coffee shop operator
       5102   Hotel operator
       5103   Boarding house keeper
       5104   Pub keeper
       5109   Restaurant owner

     52 Housekeeping and related service supervisors

       5200   Housekeeping and related service supervisors
       5201   Housekeeper
       5209   Steward

     53 Cooks, waiters, bartenders and related workers

       5300   Cooks
       5310   Cooks
       5311   Master cook
       5312   Cooks helper
       5319   Cooks n.e.c.
       5320   Waiters, bartenders and related workers
       5321   Waiters (general)
       5322   Soda fountain clerk
       5329   Waiters and related workers n.e.c.

     54 Maids and related housekeeping service workers, n.e.c.

       5400   Maids and related housekeeping service workers, n.e.c.
       5401   Nursemaid
       5402   Housemaids
       5403   Hotel concierge
       5409   Servant
       5410   Professional, technical, and kindred workers --
              allocated

     55 Building caretakers, charworkers, cleaners and
        related workers

       5500   Building cartakers
       5510   Building caretakers (general)
       5511   Concierge
       5512   Concierges (apartment house)
       5519   Janitor
       5520   Charworkers, cleaners and related workers
       5521   Window washer
       5522   Charworkers
       5529   Charworker

     56 Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers

       5600   Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers

     57 Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related workers

       5700   Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related
              workers
       5701   Master barber
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     Note 0001                                                    (continued)

       5702   Women’s hairdressers
       5703   Operator of hairdressing salon
       5709   Hairdresser and barber n.e.c

     58 Protective service workers

       5800   Protective service workers
       5810   Fire fighters
       5820   Policemen and detectives
       5821   Policemen and detectives (general)
       5822   High police official
       5823   Specialized law officer
       5829   Policeman
       5830   Prison warder
       5840   Policemen
       5890   Protective service workers, n.e.c.
       5891   Prison guard
       5892   Bailiff
       5895   USA: Armed forces

     59 Service workers, n.e.c.

       5900   Service workers, n.e.c.
       5910   Guides
       5920   Undertakers and embalmers
       5940   Protective service
       5990   Other service workers
       5991   Entertainment attendant
       5992   Bookmakers (sport)
       5993   Hotel bell boy
       5994   Doorkeeper
       5995   Shoe shiner
       5996   Practical aid
       5997   Aircraft cabin attendant
       5998   Bell captain in hotel
       5999   Medical attendant

     Agricultural, animal husbandry and forestry workers,
     fishermen and hunters

     60 Farm managers and supervisors

       6000   Farm   managers and supervisors
       6001   Farm   managers and supervisors (general)
       6009   Farm   managers
       6010   Farm   manager or director

     61 Farmers

       6100   Farmers
       6110   General farmers
       6112   General farmers (general)
       6115   Collective farmers
       6120   Specialised farmers
     62 Agricultural and animal husbandry workers

       6200   Agricultural and animal husbandry worker
       6210   General farm workers
       6211   Farm helpers (general)
       6219   Farm hand
       6220   Field crop and vegetable farm workers
       6230   Orchard, vineyard and related tree and shrub crop
              workers
       6240   Livestock workers
       6250   Dairy farm workers
       6260   Poultry farm workers
       6270   Nursery workers and gardeners
       6280   Farm machinery operators
       6290   Agricultural and animal husbandry workers, n.e.c.

     63 Forestry workers

       6300   Forestry workers
       6310   Loggers
       6319   Logger
       6320   Forestry workers (except logging)

     64 Fishermen, hunters and related workers
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     Note 0001                                                       (continued)


       6400   Fishermen, hunters and related workers
       6410   Fishermen
       6490   Fishermen, hunters and related workers, n.e.c.

     Production and related workers, transport equipment operators
     and labourers

     70 Production supervisors and general foremen

       7000   Production supervisors and general foremen
       7001   Production supervisors and general foremen (general)

     71 Miners, quarrymen, well drillers and related workers

       7100   Miners, quarrymen, well drillers
       7110   Miners and quarrymen
       7111   Quarrymen (general)
       7112   Cutting machine operators (mine)
       7119   Miners and related workers n.e.c.
       7120   Mineral and stone treaters
       7130   Well drillers, borers and related workers

     72 Metal processors

       7200   Metal   processors
       7210   Metal   smelting, converting and refining furnacemen
       7220   Metal   rolling-mill workers
       7230   Metal   melters and reheaters
       7240   Metal   casters
       7250   Metal   moulders and coremakers
       7260   Metal   annealers, temperers and case-hardeners
       7270   Metal   drawers and extruders
       7280   Metal   platers and coaters
       7290   Metal   processers, n.e.c.

     73 Wood preparation workers and paper makers

       7300   Wood preparation workers
       7310   Wood treaters
       7320   Sawyers, plywood makers and related wood-processing
              workers
       7321   Sawmill sawyers (general)
       7330   Paper pulp preparers
       7340   Paper makers

     74 Chemical processers and related workers

       7400   Chemical processers and related workers
       7410   Crushers, grinders and mixers
       7420   Cookers, roasters and related heat-treaters
       7430   Filter and separator operators
       7440   Still and reactor operators
       7450   Petroleum-refining workers
       7490   Chemical processers and related workers, n.e.c.
     75 Spinners, weavers, knitters, dyers and related workers

       7500   Spinners, weavers and related workers
       7510   Fibre preparers
       7520   Spinners and winders
       7530   Weaving- and knitting-machine setters and
              pattern-card preparers
       7540   Weavers and related workers
       7550   Knitters
       7560   Bleachers, dyers and textile product finishers
       7590   Spinners, weavers, knitters, dyers and related
              workers, n.e.c.

     76 Tanners, fellmongers and pelt dressers

       7600   Tanners, fellmongers and pelt dressers
       7610   Tanners and fellmongers
       7620   Pelt dressers

     77 Food and beverage processers

       7700   Food and beverage processers
       7710   Grain millers
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     Note 0001                                                        (continued)

       7720   Sugar processers and refiners
       7730   Butchers and meat preparers
       7740   Food preservers
       7750   Dairy product processors
       7760   Bakers, pastrycooks and confectionery makers
       7770   Tea, coffee and cocoa preparers
       7780   Brewers, wine and beverage makers
       7790   Food and beverage processers, n.e.c.

     78 Tobacco preparers and tobacco product makers

       7810   Tobacco preparers
       7820   Cigar makers
       7830   Cigarette makers
       7890   Tobacco preparers and tobacco product makers, n.e.c.

     79 Tailors, dressmakers, sewers, upholsterers and related
        workers

       7900   Tailors, dressmakers, sewers and rel. workers
       7910   Tailors and dressmakers
       7919   Tailor
       7920   Fur tailors and related workers
       7930   Milliners and hatmakers
       7940   Patternmakers and cutters
       7950   Sewers and embroiderers
       7960   Upholsterers and related workers
       7990   Tailors, dressmakers, sewers, upholsterers and
              related workers, n.e.c.

     80 Shoemakers and leather goods makers

       8000   Shoemakers and leather good makers
       8010   Shoemakers and shoe repairers
       8020   Shoe cutters, lasters, sewers and related workers
       8030   Leather goods makers

     81 Cabinetmakers and related woodworkers

       8100   Cabinetmakers and related woodworkers
       8110   Cabinetmakers
       8120   Woodworking-machine operators
       8190   Cabinetmakers and related woodworkers, n.e.c.

     82 Stone cutters and carvers

       8200   Stone cutters and carvers

     83 Blacksmiths, toolmakers and machine-tool operators

       8300   Blacksmiths, toolmakers and machine-tool operators
       8310   Blacksmiths, hammersmiths and forging-press operators
       8311   Forging-press operators
       8319   Blacksmiths
       8320   Toolmakers, metal patternmakers and metal markers
       8321   Metal patternmakers
       8329   Tool and die maker
       8330   Machine tool setter-operators
       8331   Machine tool setter-operators (general)
       8340   Machine tool operators
       8350   Metal grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners
       8351   Polishing machine operators
       8360   Armourer and metalworker
       8390   Blacksmiths, toolmakers and machine tool
              operators, n.e.c.

     84 Machinery fitters, machine assemblers and precision
        instrument makers (except electrical)

       8400   Machinery fitters and prec. instrument maker
       8410   Machinery fitters and machine assemblers
       8420   Watch, clock and precison instrument makers
       8421   Watch, clock and precison instrument makers (general)
       8422   Watch and clock assemblers
       8430   Motor, vehicle mechanics
       8440   Aircraft engine mechanics
       8490   Machinery fitters, machine assemblers and precision
              instrument makers (execpt electrical), n.e.c.
       8493   Assembly line worker
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     Note 0001                                                       (continued)

       8494   Unskilled garage worker
       8499   Machine fitters n.e.c.

     85 Electrical fitters and related electrical and electronics
        workers

       8500   Electrical fitters and related elec. workers
       8510   Electrical fitters
       8520   Electronics fitters
       8530   Electronical and electronic equipment assemblers
       8540   Radio and television repairmen
       8550   Electrical wiremen
       8559   Electrical wiremen n.e.c.
       8560   Telephone and telegraph installers
       8570   Electric linemen and cable jointers
       8590   Electrical fitters and related electrical and
              electronics workers, n.e.c.

     86 Broadcasting station and sound equipment operators
        and cinema projectionists

       8610   Broadcasting station operators
       8620   Sound equipment operators and cinema projectionists

     87 Plumbers, welders, sheet metal and structural metal
        preparers and erectors
       8700   Plumbers, welders and erectors
       8710   Plumbers and pipe fitters
       8719   Plumbers n.e.c.
       8720   Welders and flame cutters
       8730   Sheet metal workers
       8731   Sheet metal workers (general)
       8732   Boilermaker
       8739   Sheet metal workers n.e.c.
       8740   Structural metal preparers and erectors

     88 Jewellery and precious metal workers

       8800   Jewellery and precious metal workers

     89 Glass formers, potters and related workers

       8900   Glass formers, potters and related workers
       8910   Glass formers, cutters, grinders and finishers
       8911   Glass formers, potters and related workers (general)
       8920   Potters and related clay and abrasive formers
       8930   Glass and ceramics kilnmen
       8940   Glass engravers and etchers
       8950   Glass and ceramics painters and decorators
       8990   Glass formers, potters and related workers, n.e.c.

     90 Rubber and plastics product makers

       9000   Rubber and plastics product makers
       9010   Rubber and plastics product makers (except tire
              makers and tire vulcanisers)
       9020   Tire makers and vulcanisers

     91 Paper and paperboard products makers

       9100   Paper and paperboard products makers

     92 Printers and related workers

       9200   Printers and related workers
       9210   Compositors and typesetters
       9220   Printing pressmen
       9230   Stereotypers and electrotypers
       9240   Printing engravers (except photo-engravers)
       9250   Photo-engravers
       9260   Bookbinders and related workers
       9270   Photographic darkroom workers
       9290   Printers and related workers, n.e.c.

     93 Painters

       9300   Painters
       9310   Painters, construction
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     Note 0001                                                        (continued)

       9390   Painters, n.e.c.

     94 Production and related workers, n.e.c.

       9410   Musical instrument makers and tuners
       9420   Basketry weavers and brush makers
       9430   Non-metallic mineral product makers
       9490   Other production and related workers
       9499   Other production and related workers

     95 Bricklayers, carpenters and other construction workers

       9500   Bricklayers, carpenters and other construction worker
       9510   Bricklayers, stonemasons and tile setters
       9520   Reinforced-concreters, cement finishers and
              terrazzo workers
       9530   Roofers
       9540   Carpenters, joiners and parquetry workers
       9550   Plasterers
       9560   Insulators
       9570   Glaziers
       9590   Construction workers, n.e.c.
       9594   Construction labourer
       9595   Unskilled construction labourer
       9599   Paperhanger

     96 Stationary engine and related equipment operators
       9600   Stationary engine and related equipment operators
       9610   Power-generating machinery operators
       9690   Stationary engine and related equipment
              operators, n.e.c.

     97 Material-handling and related equipment operators,
        dockers and freight handlers

       9700   Material-handling and related equipment operators
       9710   Dockers and freight handlers
       9711   Dockers and freight handlers (general)
       9712   Porter
       9714   Boat loaders (liquids and gases), packer
       9719   Longshoreman
       9720   Riggers and cable splicers
       9730   Crane and hoist operators
       9740   Earth-moving and related machinery operators
       9790   Material-handling equipment operators, n.e.c.

     98 Transport equipment operators

       9800   Transport equipment operators
       9810   Ships’ deck ratings, barge crews and boatmen
       9811   Ships’deck ratings, barge crews and boatmen (general)
       9820   Ships’ engine-room ratings
       9830   Railway engine drivers and firemen
       9831   Railway brakemen, signalmen and shunters
       9840   Railway brakemen, signalmen and shunters
       9850   Motor vehicle drivers
       9851   Motor vehicle drivers (general)
       9852   Tram driver
       9854   Motor bus driver
       9859   Motor vehicle driver
       9860   Animal and animal-drawn vehicle drivers
       9890   Transport equipment operators, n.e.c.
       9891   Transport equipment operators (general)

     99 Labourers, not elsewhere classified

       9900   Labourers, not elsewhere classified
       9960   First job till today
       9971   Apprentices
       9979   Factory worker
       9990   Labourers, n.e.c.
       9991   Labourers (general)
       9992   Unskilled factory workers
       9994   Railway track worker
       9995   Street sweeper
       9996   Garbageman and other scavengers working with machines
       9997   Skilled and semi skilled workers in bridge building,
              road and drainage construction works;
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     Note 0001                                                   (continued)

              well digger, navy, underwater worker

       0030   NZ: Armed forces; members of armed forces

     ZUMA-Categories

       0010   D: Soldiers
       0020   D: Officers


     Country specific codes
     Spain

       3970   Interviewer of a survey
       4440   Auctioneer, estimator
       6140   Farm workers on own’s account
       6150   Fish farming worker on own’s account
       7580   Esparto-gras products finisher
       8360   Armourer and metalworker
       9910   Specialist workers, n.e.c.
       9920   Semi-skilled workers, n.e.c.
       9930   Skilled workers, n.e.c.
       9993   Contract workers

     United States

       5830   Prison warder
       5840   Policemen
       5895   Armed forces
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     Note 0001                                                        (continued)


     ILO/ ISCO 1988 International Standard Classification of
     Occupations: International Labour Office, Geneva 1991


     Armed forces

       0100   Armed forces
       0110   Armed forces

     Legislators, senior officials and managers

       1000   Manager and administrative
       1100   Legislators and senior officials
       1110   Legislators
       1120   Senior government official
       1130   Traditional chiefs and heads of villages
       1140   Senior officials of special-interest organisation
       1141   Senior officials of political-party organisations
       1142   Senior officials of employers’, workers’ and other
              economic-interest organisations
       1143   Senior officials of humanitarian and other special-
              interest organisations

       1200   Corporate managers
       1210   Directors and chief executives
       1220   Production and operations department managers
       1221   Production and operations department managers in
              agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing
       1222   Production and operations department managers in
              manufacturing
       1223   Production and operations department managers in
              construction
       1224   Production and operations department managers in
              wholesale and retail trade
       1225   Production and operations department managers in
              restaurants and hotels
       1226   Production and operations department managers in
              transport, storage and communications
       1227   Production and operations department managers in
              business services
       1228   Production and operations department managers in
              personal care, cleaning and related services
       1229   Production and operations department managers not
              elsewhere classified
       1230   Other department managers
       1231   Finance and administration department managers
       1232   Personnel and industrial relations department
              managers
       1233   Sales and marketing department managers
       1234   Advertising and public relations departments managers
       1235   Supply and distribution department managers
       1236   Computing services department managers
       1237   Research and development department managers
       1238   Other department managers not elsewhere classified
       1239   Other department managers

       1300   General managers
       1310   General managers
       1311   General managers   in agriculture, hunting, forestry
              and fishing
       1312   General managers   in   manufacture
       1313   General managers   in   construction
       1314   General managers   in   wholesale and retail trade
       1315   General managers   of   restaurants and hotels
       1316   General managers   in   transport, storage and
              communication
       1317   General managers   of business services
       1318   General managers   in personal care, cleaning and
              related services
       1319   General managers   not elsewhere classified

     Professionals

       2000   Scientists
       2100   Physical, mathematical and engineering science
              professionals
       2110   Physicists, chemists and related professionals
       2111   Physicists, and astronomers
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     Note 0001                                                    (continued)

       2112   Meteorologists
       2113   Chemists
       2114   Geologists and geophysicists
       2120   Mathematicians, statisticians and related
              professionals
       2121   Mathematicians and related professionals
       2122   Statisticians
       2130   Computing professionals
       2131   Computing systems designers and analysts
       2132   Computer programmers
       2139   Computing professionals not elsewhere classified
       2140   Architects, engineers and related professionals
       2141   Architects, town and traffic planners
       2142   Civil engineers
       2143   Electrical engineers
       2144   Electronics and telecommunication engineers
       2145   Mechanical engineers
       2146   Chemical engineers
       2147   Mining engineers, metallurgists and related
              professionals
       2148   Cartographers and surveyors
       2149   Architects, engineers and related professionals
              not elsewhere classified
       2199   Other natural scientists

       2200   Life science and health professionals
       2210   Life science professionals
       2211   Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related
              professionals
       2212   Pharmacologists, pathologists and related
              professionals
       2213   Agronomists and related professionals
       2220   Health professionals (except nursing)
       2221   Medical doctors
       2222   Dentists
       2223   Veterinarians
       2224   Pharmacists
       2229   Health professionals (except nursing) not
              elsewhere classified
       2230   Nursing and midwifery professionals

       2300   Teaching professionals
       2310   College, university and higher education teaching
              professionals
       2320   Secondary education teaching professionals
       2330   Primary and pre-primary education teaching
              professionals
       2331   Primary education teaching professionals
       2332   Pre-primary education teaching professionals
       2340   Special education teaching professionals
       2350   Other teaching professionals
       2351   Education methods specialists
       2352   School inspectors
       2359   Other teaching professionals not elsewhere
              classified
       2400   Other professionals
       2410   Business professionals
       2411   Accountants
       2412   Personnel and careers professionals
       2419   Business professionals not elsewhere classified

       2420   Legal professionals
       2421   Lawyers
       2422   Judges
       2429   Legal professionals not elsewhere classified
       2430   Archivists, librarians and related information
              professionals
       2431   Archivists and curators
       2432   Librarians and related information professionals
       2440   Social science and related professionals
       2441   Economists
       2442   Sociologists, anthropologists and related
              professionals
       2443   Philosophers, historians and political scientists
       2444   Philologists, translators and interpreters
       2445   Psychologists
       2446   Social work professionals
       2450   Writers and creative or performing artists
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     Note 0001                                                      (continued)

       2451   Authors, journalists and other writers
       2452   Sculptors, painters and related artists
       2453   Composers, musicians and singers
       2454   Choreographers and dancers
       2455   Film, stage and related actors and directors
       2460   Religious professionals
       2470   Public service administrative professions
       2500   Education professionals n.e.c.

     Technicians and associate professionals

       3000   Technicians and related professions
       3100   Physical and engineering science technicians
       3110   Physical and engineering science technicians
       3111   Chemical and physical science technicians
       3112   Civil engineering technicians
       3113   Electrical engineering technicians
       3114   Electronics and telecommunications engineering
              technicians
       3115   Mechanical engineering technicians
       3116   Chemical engineering technicians
       3117   Mining and metallurgical technicians
       3118   Draughtspersons
       3119   Physical and engineering science technicians
              not elsewhere classified
       3120   Computer associate professionals
       3121   Computer assistants
       3122   Computer equipment operators
       3123   Industrial robot controllers
       3130   Optical and electronic equipment operators
       3131   Photographers and image and sound recording
              equipment operators
       3132   Broadcasting and telecommunications equipment
              operators
       3133   Medical equipment operators
       3139   Optical and electronic equipement operators
              not elsewhere classified
       3140   Ship and aircraft controllers and technicians
       3141   Ships’ engineers
       3142   Ships’ deck officers and pilots
       3143   Aircraft pilots and related associate professionals
       3144   Air traffic pilots
       3145   Air traffic safety technicians
       3150   Safety and quality inspectors
       3151   Building and fire inspectors
       3152   Safety, health and quality inspectors

       3200   Life science and health associate professionals
       3210   Life science technicians and related associate
              professionals
       3211   Life science technicians
       3212   Agronomy and forestry technicians
       3213   Farming and forestry advisers
       3220   Modern health associate professionals (except
              nursing)
       3221   Medical assistants
       3222   Sanitarians
       3223   Dieticians and nutritionists
       3224   Optometrists and opticians
       3225   Dental assistants
       3226   Physiotherapists and related associate professionals
       3227   Veterinary assistants
       3228   Pharmaceutical assistants
       3229   Modern health associate professionals (except nursing)
              not elsewhere classified
       3230   Nursing and midwifery associate professionals
       3231   Nursing associate professionals
       3232   Midwifery associate professionals
       3240   Traditional medicine practitioners and faith healers
       3241   Traditional medicine practitioners
       3242   Faith healers

       3300   Teaching associate professionals
       3310   Primary education teaching associate professionals
       3320   Pre-primary education teaching associate professionals
       3330   Special education teaching associate professionals
       3340   Other teaching associate professionals

       3400   Other associate professionals
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     Note 0001                                                     (continued)

       3410   Finance and sales associate professionals
       3411   Securities and finance dealers and brokers
       3412   Insurance representatives
       3413   Estate agents
       3414   Travel consultants and organisers
       3415   Technical and commercial sales representatives
       3416   Buyers
       3417   Appraisers, valuers and auctioneers
       3419   Finance and sales associate professionals not
              elsewhere classifed
       3420   Business services agents and trade brokers
       3421   Trade brokers
       3422   Clearing and forwarding agents
       3423   Employment agents and labour contractors
       3429   Other business services agents and trade brokers
              not elsewhere classified
       3430   Administrative associate professionals
       3431   Administrative secretaries and related associate
              professionals
       3432   Legal and related business associate professionals
       3433   Bookkeepers
       3434   Statistical, mathematical and related associate
              professionals
       3439   Administrative associate professionals not
              elsewhere classified
       3440   Customs, tax and related government associate
              professionals
       3441   Customs and border inspectors
       3442   Government tax and excise officials
       3443   Government social benefits officials
       3444   Government licensing officials
       3449   Customs, tax and related government associate
              professionals not elsewhere classified
       3450   Police inspectors and detectives
       3460   Social work associate professionals
       3470   Artistic, entertainment and sports associate
              professionals
       3471   Decorators and commercial designers
       3472   Radio, television and other announcers
       3473   Street, night-club and related musicians, singers
              and dancers
       3474   Clowns, magicians, acrobates and related associate
              professionals
       3475   Athletes, sportspersons and related associate
              professionals
       3480   Religious associate professionals

     Clerks

       4000   Office workers and clerks
       4100   Office clerks
       4110   Secretaries and keyboard-operating clerks
       4111   Stenographers and typists
       4112   Word-processor and related operators
       4113   Data entry operators
       4114   Calculating machine operators
       4115   Secretaries
       4120   Numerical clerks
       4121   Accounting and bookkeeping clerks
       4122   Statistical and finance clerks
       4130   Material-recording and transport clerks
       4131   Stock clerks
       4132   Production clerks
       4133   Transport clerks
       4140   Library, mail and related clerks
       4141   Library and filing clerks
       4142   Mail carriers and sorting clerks
       4143   Coding, proof-reading and related clerks
       4144   Scribes and related workers
       4190   Other office clerks

       4200   Customer services clerks
       4210   Cashiers, tellers and related clerks
       4211   Cashiers and ticket clerks
       4212   Tellers and other counter clerks
       4213   Bookmakers and croupiers
       4214   Pawnbrokers and money-lenders
       4215   Debt-collectors and related workers
       4220   Client information clerks
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     Note 0001                                                       (continued)

       4221   Travel agency and related clerks
       4222   Receptionists and information clerks
       4223   Telephone switchboard operators
       4300   Office helping workers
       4400   Post office
       4500   Railway official, higher civil service

     Service workers and shop and market sales workers

       5000   Personal service, sale
       5100   Personal and protective services workers
       5110   Travel attendents and related workers
       5111   Travel attendents and travel stewards
       5112   Transport conductors
       5113   Travel guides
       5120   Housekeeping and restaurant services workers
       5121   Housekeepers and related workers
       5122   Cooks
       5123   Waiters, waitresses and bartenders
       5130   Personal care and related workers
       5131   Child care workers
       5132   Institution-based personal care workers
       5133   Home-based personal care workers
       5139   Personal care and related workers not
              elsewhere classified
       5140   Other personal services workers
       5141   Hairdressers, barbers, beauticians and related
              workers
       5142   Companions and valets
       5143   Undertakers and embalmers
       5149   Other personal services workers not elsewhere
              classified
       5150   Astrologers, fortune-tellers and related workers
       5151   Astrologers and related workers
       5152   Fortune-tellers, palmists and related workers
       5160   Protective services workers
       5161   Fire-fighters
       5162   Police officers
       5163   Prison guards
       5169   Protective services workers not elsewhere classified

       5200   Models, salespersons and demonstrators
       5210   Fashion and other models
       5220   Shop salespersons and demonstrators
       5230   Stall and market salespersons

     Skilled agricultural and fishery workers

       6000   Skilled agricultural and fishery worker
       6100   Market-oriented skilled agricultural and fishery
              workers
       6110   Market gardeners and crop growers
       6111   Field crop and vegetable growers
       6112   Tree and shrub crop growers
       6113   Gardeners, horticultural and nursery growers
       6114   Mixed-crop growers
       6120   Market-oriented animal producers and related workers
       6121   Dairy and livestock producers
       6122   Poultry producers
       6123   Apiarists and sericulturists
       6124   Mixed animal producers
       6129   Market-oriented animal producers and related workers
              not elsewhere classified
       6130   Market-oriented crop animal producers
       6140   Forestry and related workers
       6141   Forestry workers and loggers
       6142   Charcoal burners and related workers
       6150   Fishery workers, hunters and trappers
       6151   Aquatic-life cultivation workers
       6152   Inland and coastal waters fishery workers
       6153   Deep-sea fishery workers
       6154   Aquatic-life cultivation workers

       6200   Subsistence agricultural and fishery workers
       6210   Subsistence agricultural and fishery workers

     Craft and related trades workers

       7000   Craft and trade workers
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     Note 0001                                                      (continued)

       7100   Extraction and building trades workers
       7110   Miners, shotfirers, stone cutters and carvers
       7111   Miners and quarry workers
       7112   Shotfirers and blasters
       7113   Stone splitters, cutters and carvers
       7120   Building frame and related trades workers
       7121   Builders, traditional materials
       7122   Bricklayers and stonemasons
       7123   Concrete placers, concrete finishers and related
              workers
       7124   Carpenters and joiners
       7129   Building frame and related trades workers not
              elsewhere classified
       7130   Building finishers and related trades workers
       7131   Roofers
       7132   Floor layers and tile setters
       7133   Plasterers
       7134   Insulation workers
       7135   Glaziers
       7136   Plumbers and pipe fitters
       7137   Building and related electricians
       7139   Building finishers and related workers
       7140   Painters, building structure cleaners and related
              workers
       7141   Painters and related workers
       7142   Varnishers and related painters
       7143   Building structure cleaners
       7200   Metal, machinery and related trades workers
       7210   Metal moulders, welders, sheetmetal workers,
              structural-metal preparers, and related trades workers
       7211   Metal moulders vand coremakers
       7212   Welders and flamecutters
       7213   Sheet-metal workers
       7214   Structural-metal preparers and erectors
       7215   Riggers and cable splicers
       7216   Underwater workers
       7220   Blacksmiths, tool-makers and related trades workers
       7221   Blacksmiths, hammer-smths and forging-press workers
       7222   Tool-makers and related workers
       7223   Machine-tool setters and setter-operators
       7224   Metal wheel-grinders, polishers and tool sharpeners
       7230   Machinery mechanics and fitters
       7231   Motor vehicle mechanics and fitters
       7232   Aircraft engine mechanics and fitters
       7233   Agricultural- or industrial-machinery mechanics
              and fitters
       7240   Electrical and electronic equipement mechanics and
              fitters
       7241   Electrical mechanics and fitters
       7242   Electronics fitters
       7243   Electronics mechanics and servicers
       7244   Telegraph and telephone installers and servicers
       7245   Electrical line installers, repairers and cable
              jointers
       7300   Precision, handicraft, printing and related trades
              workers
       7310   Precision workers in metal and related materials
       7311   Precision-instrument makers and repairers
       7312   Musical-instrument makers and tuners
       7313   Jewellery and precious-metal workers
       7320   Potters, glass-makers and related trades workers
       7321   Abrasive wheel formers, potters and related workers
       7322   Glass-makers, cutters, grinders and finishers
       7323   Glass engravers and etchers
       7324   Glass, ceramics and related decorative painters
       7330   Handicraft workers in wood, textile, leather and
              related materials
       7331   Handicraft workers in wood and related materials
       7332   Handicraft workers in textile, leather and related
              materials
       7340   Printing and related trades workers
       7341   Compositors, typesetters and related workers
       7342   Stereotypers, and electrotypers
       7343   Printing engravers and etchers
       7344   Photographic and related workers
       7345   Bookbinders and related workers
       7346   Silk-screen, block and textile printers
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     Note 0001                                                      (continued)


       7400   Other craft and related trades workers
       7410   Food processing and related trades workers
       7411   Butchers, fishmongers and related food preparers
       7412   Bakers, pastry-cooks and confectionary makers
       7413   Dairy-products makers
       7414   Fruit, vegetable and related preservers
       7415   Food and beverage tasters and graders
       7416   Tobacco preparers and tobaco products makers
       7420   Wood treaters, cabinet-makers and related trades
              workers
       7421   Wood treaters
       7422   Cabinet-makers and related workers
       7423   Woodworking-machine setters and setter-operators
       7424   Basketry weavers, brush makers and related workers
       7430   Textile, garment and related trades workers
       7431   Fibre preparers
       7432   Weavers, knitters and related workers
       7433   Tailors, dressmakers and hatters
       7434   Furriers and related workers
       7435   Textile, leather and related pattern-makers and
              cutters
       7436   Sewers, embroiderers and related workers
       7437   Upholsterers and related workers
       7440   Pelt, leather and shoemaking trades workers
       7441   Pelt dressers, tanners and fellmongers
       7442   Shoe-makers and related workers
       7500   Metal worker general
       7510   Metal worker n.e.c.
       7520   Electronics engineers n.e.c.
       7900   Master craftsman, supervisor

     Plant and machine operators and assemblers

       8000   Stationary-plant and related operators
       8100   Stationary-plant and related operators
       8110   Mining- and mineral-processing-plant operators
       8111   Mining-plant operators
       8112   Mineral-ore and stone-processing-plant operators
       8113   Well drillers and borers and related workers
       8120   Metal-processing-plant operators
       8121   Ore ad metal furnace operators
       8122   Metal melters, casters and rolling-mill operators
       8123   Metal-heat-treating-plant operators
       8124   Metal drawers and extruders
       8130   Glass, ceramics and related plant operators
       8131   Glass and ceramics kiln and related machine operators
       8139   Glass, ceramics and related plant operators
              not elsewhere classified
       8140   Wood-processing- and papermaking-plant operators
       8141   Wood-processing-plant operators
       8142   Paper-pulp plant operators
       8143   Papermaking-plant operators
       8150   Chemical-processing-plant operators
       8151   Crushing-, grinding- and chemical-mixing-machinery
              operators
       8152   Chemical-heat-treating-plant operators
       8153   Chemical-filtering- and separating-equipment
              operators
       8154   Chemical-still and reactor operators (except
              petroleum and natural gas)
       8155   Petroleum- and natural-gas-refining-plant operators
       8159   Chemical-processing-plant operators not
              elsewhere classified
       8160   Power-production and related plant operators
       8161   Power-production plant operators
       8162   Steam-engine and boiler operators
       8163   Icinerator, water-treatment and related plant
              operators
       8170   Automated-assembly-line and industrial-robot operators
       8171   Automated-assembly-line operators
       8172   Industrial-robot operators

       8200   Machine operators and assemblers
       8210   Metal- and mineral-products machine operators
       8211   Machine-tool operators
       8212   Cement and other mineral products machine operators
       8220   Chemical-products machine operators
       8221   Pharmaceutical- and toiletry products machine
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     Note 0001                                                        (continued)

              operators
       8222   Ammunition- and explosive-products machine
              operators
       8223   Metal finishing-, plating- and coating-machine
              operators
       8224   Photographic-products machine operators
              operators
       8229   Chemical-products machine operators not
              elsewhere classified
       8230   Rubber- and plastic-products machine operators
       8231   Rubber-products machine operators
       8232   Plastic-products machine operators
       8240   Wood-products machine operators
       8250   Printing-, binding- and paper-products machine
              operators
       8251   Printing-machine operators
       8252   Bookbinding-machine operators
       8253   Paper-products machine operators
       8260   Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators
       8261   Fibre-preparing-, spinning- and winding-machine
              operators
       8262   Weaving- and knitting-machine operators
       8263   Sewing-machine operators
       8264   Bleaching-, dyeing- and cleaning-machine operators
       8265   Fur- and leather-preparing-machine operators
       8266   Shoemaking- and related machine operators
       8269   Textile-, fur- and leather-products machine operators
              not elsewhere classified
       8270   Food and related products machine operators
       8271   Meat- and fish-processing-machine operators
       8272   Dairy-products machine operators
       8273   Grain- and spice-milling-machine operators
       8274   Baked-goods, cereal and chocolate-prodcuts
              machine operators
       8275   Fruit-, vegetable- and nut-processing-machine
              operators
       8276   Sugar production machine operators
       8277   Tea-, coffee-, and cocoa-processing-machine
              operators
       8278   Brewers-, wine and other beverage machine
              operators
       8279   Tobacco production machine operators
       8280   Assemblers
       8281   Mechanical-machinery assemblers
       8282   Electrical-equipment assemblers
       8283   Electronic-equipment assemblers
       8284   Metal-, rubber- and plastic-products assemblers
       8285   Wood and related products assemblers
       8286   Paperboard, textile and related products
              assemblers
       8290   Other machine operators and Assemblers

       8300   Drivers and mobile-plant operators
       8310   Locomotive-engine drivers and related workers
       8311   Locomotive-engine drivers
       8312   Railway brakers, signallers and shunters
       8320   Motor-vehicle drivers
       8321   Motor-cycle drivers
       8322   Car, taxi and van drivers
       8323   Bus and tram drivers
       8324   Heavy truck and lorry drivers
       8330   Agricultural and other mobile-plant operators
       8331   Motorised farm and forestry plant operators
       8332   Earth-moving- and related plant operators
       8333   Crane, hoist and related plant operators
       8334   Lifting-truck operators
       8340   Ship’s deck crews and related workers

     Elementary occupations

       9000   Unskilled workers
       9100   Sales and services elementary occupations
       9110   Street vendors and related workers
       9111   Street food vendors
       9112   Street vendors, non-food products
       9113   Door-to-door and telephone salespersons
       9120   Shoe cleaning and other street services elementary
              occupations
       9130   Domestic and related helpers, cleaners and launderers
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     Note 0001                                                        (continued)

       9131    Domestic helpers and cleaners
       9132    Helpers and cleaners in offices, hotels and
               other establishments
       9133    Hand-launderers and pressers
       9140    Building caretakers, window and related cleaners
       9141    Building caretakers
       9142    Vehicle, window and related cleaners
       9150    Messengers, porters, doorkeepers and related workers
       9151    Messengers, package, and luggage porters and
               deliverers
       9152    Doorkeepers, watchpersons, and related workers
       9153    Vending-machine money collectors, meter readers
               and related workers
       9160    Garbage collectors and related labourers
       9161    Garbage collectors
       9162    Sweepers and related labourers

       9200    Agricultural, fishery and realted labourers
       9210    Agricultural, fishery and related labourers
       9211    Farm-hands and labourers
       9212    Forestry labourers
       9213    Fishery, hunting and trapping labourers

       9300    Labourers in mining construction manufacturing and
               transport
       9310    Mining and construction labourers
       9311    Mining and quarrying labourers
       9312    Construction and maintenance labourers: roads, dams
               and similar constructions
       9313    Building construction labourers
       9320    Manufacturing labourers
       9321    Assembling labourers
       9322    Hand packers and other manufacturing labourers
       9330    Transport labourers and freight handlers
       9331    Hand or pedal vehicle drivers
       9332    Drivers of animal-drawn vehicles and machinery
       9333    Freight handlers

     Country specific codes

     Germany

       0001    Soldiers
       0002    Officers

     Hungary, Poland

       1250    Military officers
       1251    High-grade military officers (captain and above)
       1252    Lower grade commissioned officers (incl. Army
               Lieutenant)
       3452    Armed forces non-commissioned officer
       5164    Armed forces, soldiers

     Hungary
       2321    Secondary (high-)school teacher (academic track)
       2322    Teacher in vocational training

     Norway

       1320    Managers/ leaders in non-specified trade-areas
       2510    Social scientific, juridical and technical
               deliberation and planning
       2511    Economical and social scientific planning and
               deliberation
       2512    Juridical planning and deliberation
       2513    Technical and scientific planning and deliberation
       2519    Others within this group
       3341    Teachers in technical college
       3342    Other educational and pedagogical occupations
       3418    Customer consultant in a bank
       3445    Public employment service workers
       3491    Information woorkers and journalists
       3492    Librarians
       4116    Clerical officer
       5134    Dental secretaries
       5135    Medical secretaries
       5136    Childminders
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     Note 0001                                                      (continued)

       5164   Caretakers/ houseporters
       5221   Shop staff/ sales staff and other salesmen (detail)
       5222   Door-to-door and telephone salesmen
       5223   Wholesale merchants
       7125   Joiner, formwork
       7126   Carpenters
       7127   Foundation workers
       7128   Tunnel and mountain workers, blasting operators
       7144   Chimney sweepers
       7217   Car- and airstructure mechanics
       7234   Shipmechanics etc.
       7350   Technical drawers
       7450   Laboratory assistants
       8132   Operators in insulation glass production
       8341   Deck crew (ship)
       8342   Engine crew (ship)
       9134   Kitchen and serving assistants
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     Note 0002

     This Note refers to V209 and V211 and contains the
     National Occupation Codes for the different countries.

     Australia

     Australian Standard Classification of Occupations (ASCO)
     1986 Census Codes
     Source: ASCO Project Team
     Australian Bureau of Statistics
     Canberra, 10. April 1986


     ASCO MAJOR, MINOR AND UNIT GROUP STRUCTURE

       1000   MANAGERS AND ADMINISTRATORS

       1100   Legislators and government appointed officials
       1101   Parliamentarians, councillors and government
              representatives
       1103   Judges, magistrates and mediators

       1200   General managers
       1201   General managers

       1300   Specialist managers
       1301   Finance managers
       1303   Sales and marketing managers
       1305   Production managers
       1307   Supply and distribution managers
       1309   Personnel and industrial relations managers
       1311   Data processing managers
       1313   Public policy managers
       1315   Directors of nursing
       1317   Education managers
       1319   Commissioned officers
       1399   Other specialist managers

       1400   Farmers and farm managers
       1401   Farmers and farm managers

       1500   Managing supervisors (sales and service)
       1501   Shop managers
       1503   Restaurant and catering managing supervisors
       1505   Accommodation and tavern managing supervisors
       1507   Financial institution branch managers
       1599   Other managing supervisors (sales and service)

       1600   Managing supervisors (other business)
       1601   Managing supervisors (other business)

       2000   PROFESSIONALS

       2100   Natural scientists
       2101   Chemists
       2103   Geologists and geophysicists
       2105   Physicists
       2107   Life scientists
       2109   Medical testing professionals
       2199   Other natural scientists

       2200   Building professionals and engineers
       2201   Architects and landscape architects
       2203   Quantity surveyors
       2205   Cartographers and surveyors
       2207   Chemical Engineers
       2209   Civil engineering
       2211   Electrical and electronics engineers
       2213   Mechanical engineers
       2215   Mining engineers
       2217   Metallurgists and materials scientists
       2219   Other engineers

       2300   Health diagnosis and treatment practitioners
       2301   General medical practitioners
       2303   Specialist medical practitioners
       2305   Dental practitioners
       2307   Pharmacists
       2309   Occupational therapists
       2311   Optometrists
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)

       2313   Physiotherapists
       2315   Speech pathologists
       2317   Chiropractors and osteopaths
       2319   Podiatrists
       2321   Radiographers
       2323   Veterinarians
       2399   Other health diagnosis and treatment practitioners

       2400   School teachers
       2401   Pre-primary school teachers
       2403   Primary school teachers
       2405   Secondary school teachers
       2407   Special Education teachers

       2500   Other teachers and instructors
       2501   University and CAE teachers
       2503   TAFE teachers
       2505   Extra-systemic teachers and instructors

       2600   Social professionals
       2601   Social workers
       2603   Counsellors
       2605   Lawyers
       2607   Ministers of religion

       2700   Business professionals
       2701   Accountants
       2703   Public relations officers
       2705   Personnel specialists
       2707   Computing professionals
       2799   Other business professionals

       2800   Artists and related professionals
       2801   Painters, sculptors and related professionals
       2803   Photographers
       2805   Designers and illustrators
       2807   Journalists
       2809   Authors and related professionals
       2811   Film, television and stage directors
       2813   Dancers and choreographers
       2815   Musicians, composers and related professionals
       2817   Actors and related professionals
       2819   Announcers

       2900   Miscellaneous professionals
       2901   Economists
       2903   Psychologists
       2905   Education researchers and related professionals
       2907   Other social scientists
       2909   Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries
       2911   Librarians
       2999   Other professionals

       3000   PARA-PROFESSIONALS
       3100   Medical and science technical officers
              and technicians
       3101   Medical technical officers and technicians
       3103   Science technical officers and technicians

       3200   Engineering and building associates and technicians
       3201   Electrical and electronic engineering associates and
              technicians
       3203   Civil engineering associates and technicians
       3205   Mechanical engineering associates and
              technicians
       3207   Building, architectural and surveying
              associates and technicians
       3299   Other engineering and building associates and
              technicians

       3300   Air and sea transport technical workers

       3301   Aircraft pilots
       3303   Air transport operating support workers
       3305   Ship’s pilots and deck officers
       3307   Marine engineers and surveyors

       3400   Registered nurses
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     Note 0002                                                   (continued)

       3401   Registered nurses

       3500   Police
       3501   Police

       3900   Miscellaneous para-professionals
       3901   Welfare para-professionals
       3903   Performing arts support workers
       3905   Inspectors and regulatory officers
       3907   Child care co-ordinators
       3909   Ambulance officers
       3911   Prison officers
       3913   Procurement officers
       3915   Sportspersons and related workers
       3999   Other para-professionals

       4000   TRADESPERSONS

       4100   Metal fitting and machining tradespersons
       4101   Toolmakers
       4103   Metal fitters and machinists

       4200   Other metal tradespersons
       4201   Forging tradespersons
       4203   Sheetmetal tradespersons
       4205   Structural steel, boilermaking and welding
              tradespersons
       4207   Metal casting tradespersons
       4209   Metal finishing tradespersons
       4211   Aircraft maintenace engineers
       4213   Precision metal tradespersons

       4300   Electrical and electronics tradespersons
       4301   Electrical powerline tradespersons
       4303   Electrical fitters
       4305   Automotive electricians
       4307   Refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanics
       4309   Electrical mechanics
       4311   Communication equipment tradespersons
       4313   Radio and television servicers
       4315   Office equipment and computer servicers
       4399   Other electrical and electronics tradespersons

       4400   Building tradespersons
       4401   Carpenters and joiners
       4403   Bricklayers
       4405   Painters, decorators and signwriters
       4407   Plasterers
       4409   Plumbers
       4411   Roof slaters and tilers
       4413   Wall and floor tilers

       4500   Printing tradespersons
       4501   Compositors
       4503   Graphic reproduction tradespersons
       4505   Printing machinists
       4507   Binders and finishers
       4509   Stereotypers and electrotypers
       4511   Screen printers

       4600   Vehicle tradespersons
       4601   Vehicle mechanics
       4603   Panel beaters
       4605   Vehicle painters
       4607   Vehicle body makers
       4609   Vehicle trimmers

       4700   Food tradespersons
       4701   Meat tradespersons
       4703   Bakers and pastrycooks
       4705   Cooks
       4799   Other food tradespersons

       4800   Amenity horticultural tradespersons
       4801   Nurserymen/ women
       4803   Greenkeepers
       4805   Gardeners

       4900   Miscellaneous tradespersons
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     Note 0002                                                   (continued)

       4901   Wood machinists and turners
       4903   Cabinetmakers
       4905   Other wood tradespersons
       4907   Marine construction tradespersons
       4909   Blasting tradespersons
       4911   Garment tradespersons
       4913   Upholsterers and bedding tradespersons
       4915   Shoemaking and repairing tradespersons
       4917   Other leather and canvas tradespersons
       4919   Floor coverers
       4921   Glass tradespersons
       4923   Jewellery and precious metalware tradespersons
       4925   Craftworkers
       4927   Hairdressers
       4929   Sheep shearers
       4931   Animal trainers
       4999   Other tradespersons

       5000   CLERKS

       5100   Stenographers and typists
       5101   Office secretaries and stenographers
       5103   Typists and typist-clerks
       5105   Word processing operators

       5200   Data processing and business machine operators
       5201   Data processing machine operators
       5203   Business machine operators

       5300   Numerical clerks
       5301   Accounting clerks
       5303   Insurance and broking clerks
       5305   Statistical and actuarial clerks

       5400   Filing, sorting and copying clerks
       5401   Library and filing clerks
       5403   Mail sorters
       5499   Other filing, sorting and copying clerks

       5500   Material recording and despatching clerks
       5501   Production recording clerks
       5503   Transport recording and despatching clerks
       5505   Stock and purchasing clerks

       5600   Receptionists, telephonists and messengers
       5601   Receptionists and information clerks
       5603   Telephonists
       5605   Messengers and delivery officers

       5900   Miscellaneous clerks
       5901   Collection clerks
       5903   Teachers’ aides
       5905   Personnel clerks
       5907   Legal and related clerks
       5909   Postal clerks and officers
       5999   Other clerks

       6000   SALESPERSONS AND PERSONAL SERVICE WORKERS

       6100   Investment, insurance and real estate
       6101   Securities and finance dealers
       6103   Insurance brokers and agents
       6105   Real estate salespersons and property managers
       6199   Other investment, insurance and real estate
              salespersons

       6200   Sales representatives
       6201   Sales representatives

       6300   Sales assistants
       6301   Sales assistants

       6400   Tellers, cashiers and ticket salespersons
       6401   Tellers
       6403   Cashiers
       6405   Ticket salespersons

       6500   Miscellaneous salespersons
       6501   Street vendors, canvassers and sales drivers
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     Note 0002                                                        (continued)

       6503   Bar attendants
       6505   Waiters and waitresses
       6507   Travel agents
       6599   Other salespersons

       6600   Personal service workers
       6601   Child care, refuge and related workers
       6603   Enrolled nurses
       6605   Dental nurses
       6607   Home companions and aides
       6609   Travel stewards
       6699   Other personal service workers

       7000   PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS, AND DRIVERS

       7100   Road and rail transport drivers
       7101   Bus and tram drivers
       7103   Autombile drivers
       7105   Truck drivers
       7107   Locomotive drivers

       7200   Mobile plant operators (except transport)
       7201   Excavating and earthmoving plant operators
       7203   Forklift and related drivers
       7205   Logging plant operators
       7207   Paving and surfacing plant operators
       7209   Agricultural plant operators
       7211   Fire fighters
       7299   Other mobile plant operators (except transport)

       7300   Stationary plant operators
       7301   Power generation plant operators
       7303   Engine and boiler operators (except power generation)
       7305   Chemical plant operators
       7307   Petroleum and gas plant operators
       7309   Bulk materials handling plant operators
       7311   Crane operators
       7313   Hoist, winch and lift operators
       7315   Furnance and kiln operators
       7317   Drilling plant operators
       7399   Other stationary plant operators

       7400   Machine operators
       7401   Basic metal products machine operators
       7403   Metal press operators
       7405   Other metal products machine operators
       7407   Plastics production machine operators
       7409   Rubber production machine operators
       7411   Chemical production machine operators
       7413   Wood processing machine operators
       7415   Paper and paper products machine operators
       7417   Glass production machine operators
       7419   Clay and stone processing machine operators
       7421   Yarn production machine operators
       7423   Hide and skin processing machine operators
       7425   Fabric production machine operators
       7427   Textile sewing machinists
       7429   Shoemaking machine operators
       7431   Food processing machine operators
       7433   Packaging machine operators
       7435   Photographic products machine operators
       7499   Other machine operators

       8000   LABOURERS AND RELATED WORKERS

       8100   Trades assistants and factory hands
       8101   Trades assistants
       8103   Assemblers
       8105   Hand packers
       8107   Industrial spray painters
       8109   Quality controllers
       8199   Other trades assistants and factory hands

       8200   Agricultural labourers and related workers
       8201   Farm hands and assistants
       8203   Forestry labourers
       8205   Nursery and garden labourers
       8299   Other agricultural labourers and related workers
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     Note 0002                                                      (continued)

       8300   Cleaners
       8301   Cleaners

       8400   Construction and mining labourers
       8401   Installation workers
       8403   Concrete workers
       8405   Structural steel and related construction labourers
       8407   Earthmoving labourers
       8409   Paving and surfacing labourers
       8411   Survey hands
       8413   Railway labourers
       8415   Mining and mineral ore treating labourers
       8499   Other construction and mining labourers

       8900   Miscellaneous labourers and related workers
       8901   Ushers and door attendants
       8903   Luggage porters
       8905   Garbage collectors
       8907   Storemen/ women
       8909   Freight and furniture handlers
       8911   Guards and security officers
       8913   Caretakers
       8915   Housekeepers
       8917   Laundry workers
       8919   Kitchenhands
       8921   Ward helpers
       8923   Vehicle accessories fitters
       8925   Fishermen/ women, deckhands and seamen/ women
       8999   Other labourers and related workers

       9001   Administrator
       9004   Labourer
       9005   Manager
       9007   Public Servant
       9008   Supervisor
       9010   Contractor
       9011   Director
       9014   Machinist
       9991   Defense forces
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     Note 0002                                                         (continued)

     Great Britain

     Standard occupation classification unit groups within minor
     groups.

     Source: In 1991 OPCS introduced a new occupation coding
     schema, the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC).
     "Occupations are viewed in SOC as coherent sets of work
     activities carried on by individuals. In defining occupa-
     tional groups, the aim has been to distinguish as far as
     possible in terms of the type and level of skills required
     to carry out the main work activities" (OPCS, 1991b, p.2).



     Table A1 SOC - Derivation of social class and socio-economic
     groups

     10   General managers and administrators in national and local
          government, large companies and organisations

       100    Generals administrators; national government
              (assistent secretary/grade 5 and above)
       101    General managers; large companies and organisations
       102    Local government officers (administrative and execute
              funtions)
       103    General administrators; national government
              (HEO to Senior Principal/Grade 6)

     11   Production managers in manufacturing, construction, mining
          and energy industries

       110    Production, works and maintenance managers
       111    Managers in building and contracting
       112    Clerks of works
       113    Managers in mining and energy industries

     12   Specialist managers

       120    Treasurers and company financial managers
       121    Marketing and sales managers
       122    Purchasing managers
       123    Advertising and public relations managers
       124    Personnel, training an industrial relations managers
       125    Organisation an methods and work study managers
       126    Computer systems and data processing managers
       127    Company secretaries

     13   Financial institution and office managers civil service
          executive officers

       130    Credit controllers
       131    Bank, building society and post office managers
              (except self-employement)
       132    Civil service executive officers
       139    Other financial institution and office managers n.e.c.

     14   Managers in transport and storing

       140    Transport managers
       141    Stores controllers
       142    Managers in warehousing and other materials handling

     15   Protective service officers

       150    Officers in UK forces
       151    Officers in foreign and commonwealth armed forces
       152    Police officers (inspector and above)
       153    Fire service officers (station officer and above)
       154    Prison officers (principal officer and above)
       155    Customs and excise, immigration service officer
              (customs: chief preventive officer and above;
              excise: surveyor and above)

     16   Managers in farming, horticulture, forestry and fishing

       160    Farm owners and managers, horticulturists
       169    Other managers in farming, horticulture, forestry and
              fishing n.e.c.
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     17   Managers and proprietors in service industries

       170    Property and estate managers
       171    Garage managers and proprietors
       172    Hairdressers’ and barbers’ managers and proprietors
       173    Hotel and accommodation managers
       174    Restaurant and catering managers
       175    Puplicans, innkeepers and club stewards
       176    Entertainment and sports managers
       177    Travel agency managers
       178    Managers and proprietors of butchers and fishmongers
       179    Managers and proprietors in service industries n.e.c.

     19   Managers and administrators n.e.c.

       190    Officials of trade associations, trade unions,
              professional bodies and charities
       191    Registrars and administrators of educational
              establishments
       199    Other managers and administrators n.e.c.

     20   Natural scientists

       200    Chemists
       201    Biological scientists and biochemists
       202    Physicists, geologists and meteorologists
       209    Other natural scientists n.e.c.

     21   Engineers and technologists

       210    Civil, structural, municipal, mining and quarrying
              engineers
       211    Mechanical engineers
       212    Electrical engineers
       213    Electronic engineers
       214    Software engineers
       215    Chemical engineers
       216    Design and development engineers
       217    Process and production engineers
       218    Planning and quality control engineers
       219    Other engineers and technologists n.e.c.

     22   Health professional

       220    Medical practitioners
       221    Pharmacists/pharmacologists
       222    Ophthalmic opticians
       223    Dental practitioners
       224    Veterinarians

     23   Teaching Professionals

       230    University and politechnic teaching professionals
       231    Higher and further education teaching professionals
       232    Education officers, school inspectors
       233    Secondary (and middle school deemed secondary)
              education teaching professionals
       234    Primery (and middle school deemed primary) and
              nursery education teaching professionals
       235    Special education teaching professionals
       239    Other teaching professionals n.e.c.

     24   Legal professionals

       240    Judges and officers of the court
       241    Barristers and advocates
       242    Solicitors

     25   Business and financial professionals

       250    Chartered and certified accountans
       251    Management accountants
       252    Actuaries, ecconomists and statisticians
       253    Management consultants, business analysts

     26   Architects, town planners and surveyors

       260    Architects
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       261    Town planners
       262    Building, land, mining and ’general practice’
              surveyors

     27   Librarians and related professionals

       270    Librarians
       271    Archivists and curators

     29   Professionals occupations n.e.c.

       290    Psychologists
       291    Other social and behavioral scientists
       292    Clergy
       293    Social workers, probation officers

     30   Scientific technicians

       300    Laboratory technicians
       301    Engineering technicians
       302    Electrical/electronic technicians
       303    Architectural and town planning technicians
       304    Building and civil engineering technicians
       309    Other scientific technicians

     31   Draughtspersons,   quantity and other surveyors
       310    Draughtpersons
       311    Building inspectors
       312    Quantity surveyors
       313    Marine, insurance and other surveyors

     32   Computer analyst/programmers

       320    Computer analyst/programmers

     33   Ship and aircraft officers, air traffic planners and
          controllers

       330    Air traffic planners and controllers
       331    Aircraft flight deck officers
       332    Ship and hovercraft officers

     34   Health associate professionals

       340    Nurses
       341    Midwives
       342    Medical radiographers
       343    Physiotherapists
       344    Chiropodists
       345    Dispensing opticians
       346    Medical technicians, dental auxiliaries
       347    Occupational and speech therapists,
              psychotherapists, therapists n.e.c.
       348    Environmental health officers
       349    Other health associate professionals n.e.c

     35   Legal associate professionals

       350    Legal service and related occupations

     36   Business and financial associate professionals

       360    Estimators, valuers
       361    Underwriters, claims assessors, brokers, investment
              analysts
       362    Taxation experts
       363    Personnel and industrial relations officers
       364    Organisation and methods and work study officers

     37   Social welfare associate professionals

       370    Matrons, houseparents
       371    Welfare, community and youth workers

     38   Literary, artistic and sport professionals

       380    Authors, writers, journalists
       381    Artists, commercial artists, graphic designers
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       382    Industrial designers
       383    Clothing designers
       384    Actors, entertainers, stage managers, producers
              and directors
       385    Musicians
       386    Photographers, camera, sound and video equipment
              operators
       387    Professional athletes, sports officials

     39   Associate professionals and technical occupations n.e.c.

       390    Information officers
       391    Vocational and industrial trainers
       392    Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists
       393    Driving instructors (excluding HGV)
       394    Inspectors of factories, utilities and trading
              standards
       395    Other statutory and similar inspectors n.e.c.
       396    Occupational hygienists and safety officers (health
              and safety)
       399    Other associate professional and technical occupations
              n.e.c.

     40   Administrative/clerical officers and assistants in civil
          service and local government

       400    Civil service administrative officers and assistants
       401    Local government clerical officers and assistants

     41   Numerical clerks and cashiers

       410    Accounts and wages clerks, book-keepers, other
              financial clerks
       411    Counter clerks and cashiers
       412    Debt, rent and other cash collectors

     42   Filing and records clerks

       420    Filing, computer and other records clerks (inc.
              legal conveyancing)
       421    Library assistants/clerks

     43   Clerks (not otherwise specified)

       430    Clerks (n.o.s.)

     44   Stores and despatch clerks, storekeepers

       440    Stores, despatch and production control clerks
       441    Storekeepers and warehousemen/women

     45   Secretaries, personal assistants, typists, word
          processor operators

       450    Medical secretaries
       451    Legal secretaries
       452    Typists and word processor operators
       459    Other secretaries, personal assistants, typists, word
              processor operators

     46   Receptionists, telephonists and related occupations

       460    Receptionists
       461    Receptionists/telephonists
       462    Telephone operators
       463    Radio and telegraph operators, other office
              communication system operators

     49   Clerical and secretarial occupations n.e.c.

       490    Computer operators, data processing operators, other
              office machine operators
       491    Tracers, drawing office assistants

     50   Construction trades

       500    Bricklayers, masons
       501    Roofers, slaters, tilers, sheeters, cladders
       502    Plasterers
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       503    Glaziers
       504    Builders, building contractors
       505    Scaffolders, stagers, steeplejacks, riggers
       506    Floorers, floor coverers, carpet fitters and planners,
              floor and wall tilers
       507    Painters and decorators
       509    Other construction trades n.e.c.

     51   Metal machining , fitting and instrument making trades

       510    Centre, capstan, turret and other lathe setters and
              setter-operators
       511    Boring and drilling machine setters and setter-operator
       512    Grinding machine setters and setter-operators
       513    Milling machine setters and setter-operators
       514    Press setters and setter-operators
       515    Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out
       516    Metal working production and maintenance fitters
       517    Precision instrument makers and repairers
       518    Goldsmiths, silversmiths, precious stone workers
       519    Other machine tool setters and setter-operators n.e.c.
              (including CNC setter-operators)

     52   Electrical/electronic trades

       520    Production fitters (electrical/electronic)
       521    Electricians, electrical maintenance fitters
       522    Electrical engineers (not professional)
       523    Telephone fitters
       524    Cable jointers, lines repairers
       525    Radio, TV and video engineers
       526    Computer engineers, installation and maintenance
       529    Other electrical/electronic trades n.e.c.

     53   Metal forming, welding and realated trades

       530    Smiths and forge workers
       531    Moulders, core makers, die casters
       532    Plumbers, heating and ventilating engineers and
              related trades
       533    Sheet metal workers
       534    Metal plate workers, shipwrights, riveters
       535    Steel erectors
       536    Barbenders, steel fixers
       537    Welding trades

     54   Vehicle trades

       540    Motor mechanics, auto engineers
              (inc.road patrol engineers)
       541    Coach and vehicle body builders
       542    Vehicle body repairers, panel beaters
       543    Auto electricians
       544    Tyre and exhaust fitters
     55   Textiles, garments and related trades

       550    Weavers
       551    Knitters
       552    Warp preparers, bleachers, dyers and finishers
       553    Sewing machinists, menders, darners and embroiderers
       554    Coach trimmers, upholsterers and mattress makers
       555    Shoe repairers, leather cutters and sewers,
              footwear lasters, makers and finishers, other
              leather making and repairing
       556    Tailors and dressmakers
       557    Clothing cutters, milliners, furriers
       559    Other textiles, garments and related trades n.e.c.

     56   Printing and related trades

       560    Originators, compositors and print praparers
       561    Printers
       562    Bookbinders and print finishers
       563    Screen printers
       569    Other printing and related trades n.e.c.

     57   Woodworking trades
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       570    Carpenters and joiners
       571    Cabinet makers
       572    Case and box makers
       573    Pattern makers (moulds)
       579    Other woodworking trades n.e.c.

     58   Food preparation trades

       580    Bakers, flour confectioners
       581    Butcher, meat cutters
       582    Fishmongers, poultry dressers

     59   Other craft and related occupations n.e.c.

       590    Glass product and ceramics makers
       591    Glass product and ceramics finishers and decorators
       592    Dental technicians
       593    Musical instrument makers, piano tuners
       594    Gardeners, groundsmen/groundswomen
       595    Horticultural trades
       596    Coach painters, other spray painters
       597    Face trained coalmining workers, shotfirers and
              debuties
       598    Office machinery mechanics
       599    Other craft and related occupations n.e.c

     60   NCOs and other ranks, armed forces
       600    NCOs and other ranks, UK armed forces
       601    NCOs and other ranks, foreign and Commonwealth
              armed forces

     61   Security and protective service occupations

       610    Police officers (sergeant and below)
       611    Fire service officers (leading fire officer and below)
       612    Prison service officers (below principal officer)
       613    Customs and excise officers, immigration officers
              (customs: below chief preventive officer, excise:
              below surveyor)
       614    Traffic wardens
       615    Security guards and related occupations
       619    Other security and protective service occupations
              n.e.c.

     62   Catering occupations

       620    Chefs, cooks
       621    Waiters, waitress
       622    Bar staff

     63   Travel attendants and related occupations

       630    Travel and flight attendants
       631    Railway station staff
     64   Health and related occupations

       640    Assistant nurses, nursing auxiliaries
       641    Hospital ward assistants
       642    Ambulance staff
       643    Dental nurses
       644    Care assistants and attendants

     65   Childcare and related occupations

       650    Nursery nurses
       651    Playgroup leaders
       652    Educational assistants
       659    Other childcare and related occupations n.e.c.

     66   Hairdressers, beauticians and related occupations

       660    Hairdressers, barbers
       661    Beauticians and related occupations

     67   Domestic staff and related occupations

       670    Domestic housekeepers and related occupations
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       671    Housekeepers (non domestic)
       672    Caretakers
       673    Launderers, dry cleaners, pressers

     69   Personal and protective service occupations n.e.c.

       690   Undertakers
       691   Bookmakers
       699   Other personal and protective service occupations
             n.e.c.
     70   Buyers, brokers and related agents

       700    Buyers (retail trade)
       701    Buyers and purchasing officers (not retail)
       702    Importers and exporters
       703    Air, commodity and ship brokers

     71   Sales representatives

       710    Technical and wholesale sales representatives
       719    Other sales representatives n.e.c.

     72   Sales assistents and check-out operators

      720    Sales assistants
      721    Retail cash desk and check-out operators
      722    Petrol pump forecourt attendants
     73   Mobile market and door-to-door salespersons and agents

      730    Collector salespersons and creditagents
      731    Roundsmen/women and van salespersons
      732    Market and street traders and assistants
      733    Scrap dealers, scrap metal merchants

     79   Sales occupations n.e.c.

      790    Merchandisers
      791    Window dressers, floral arrangers
      792    Telephone salespersons

     80   Food, drink and tobacco process operatives

      800    Bakery an confectionery process operatives
      801    Brewery and vinery process operatives
      802    Tobacco process operatives
      809    Other food, drink and tobacco process operatives n.e.c.

     81   Textiles and tannery process operatives

      810    Tannery production operatives
      811    Preparatory fibre processors
      812    Spinners, doublers, twisters
      813    Winders, reelers
      814    Other textiles processing operatives
     82   Chemicals, paper, plastics and related process operatives

      820    Chemical, gas and petroleum process plant operatives
      821    Paper, wood and related process plant operatives
      822    Cutting and slitting machine operatives (paper products
             e.t.c.)
      823    Glass and ceramics furnace operatives, kilnsetters
      824    Rubber process operatives, moulding machine operatives,
             tyre builders
      825    Plastics process operatives, moulders and extruders
      826    Synthetic fibre makers
      829    Other chemicals, paper, plastics and related process
             operatives n.e.c.

     83   Metal making and treating process operatives

      830    Furnace operatives (metal)
      831    Metal drawers
      832    Rollers
      833    Annealers, hardeners, temperers (metal)
      834    Electroplaters, galvanisers, colour couters
      839    Other metal making and treating process operatives
             n.e.c.
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     84   Metal workers process operatives

      840   Machine tool operatives (inc. CNC machine tool
            operatives)
      841   Press stamping and automatic machine operatives
      842   Metal polishers
      843   Metal dressing operatives
      844   Shot blasters

     85   Assemblers/lineworkers

      850   Assemblers/lineworkers (electrical/electronic goods)
      851   Assemblers/lineworkers (vehicles and other metal goods)
      859   Other assemblers/lineworkers n.e.c.

     86   Other routine process operatives

      860   Inspectors, viewers and testers (metal and electrical
            goods)
      861   Inspectors, viewers, testers and examiners (other
            manufactured goods)
      862   Packers, bottlers, canners, fillers
      863   Weighers, graders, sorters
      864   Routine laboratory testers
      869   Other routine process operatives n.e.c.
     87   Road transport operatives

      870   Bus inspectors
      871   Road transport depot inspectors and related occupations
      872   Drivers of road goods vehicles
      873   Bus and coach drivers
      874   Taxi, cab drivers and chauffeurs
      875   Bus conductors

     88   Other transport and machinery operatives

      880   Seafarers (merchant navy); barge, lighter and boat
            operatives
      881   Rail transport inspectors, supervisors and guards
      882   Rail engine drivers and assistants
      883   Rail signal operatives and crossing keepers
      884   Shunters and points operatives
      885   Mechanicals plant drivers and operatives (earth
            moving and civil engineering)
      886   Crane drivers
      887   Fork lift and mechanical truck drivers
      889   Other transport and machinery operatives n.e.c.

     89   Plant and machine operatives n.e.c.

      890   Washers, screeners and crushers in mines and quarries
      891   Printing machine minders and assistants
      892   Water and sewerage plant attendants
      893   Electrical, energy, boiler and related plant operatives
            and attendants
      894   Oilers, greasers, lubricators
      895   Mains and service pipe layers, pipe jointers
      896   Construction and related operatives
      897   Woodworking machine operatives
      898   Mine (excluding coal) and quarry workers
      899   Other plant and machine operatives n.e.c.

     90   Other occupations in agriculture, forestry and fishing

      900   Farm workers
      901   Agricultural machinery drivers and operatives
      902   All other occupations in farming and related
      903   Fishing and related workers
      904   Forestry workers

     91   Other occupations in mining and manufacturing

      910   Coal mine labourers
      911   Labourers in foundries
      912   Labourers in engineering and allied trades
      913   Mates to metal/electrical and related fitters
      919   Other labourers in making and processing industries
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            n.e.c.

     92   Other occupation in construction

      920   Mates to woodworking trades workers
      921   Mates to building trades workers
      922   Rail construction and maintenance workers
      923   Road construction and maintenance workers
      924   Paviors, kerb layers
      929   Other building and civil engineering labourers n.e.c.

     93   Other occupations in transport

      930   Stevedores, dockers
      931   Goods porters
      932   Slingers
      933   Refuse and salvage collectors
      934   Driver’s mates

     94   Other occupations in communication

      940   Postal workers, mail sorters
      941   Messangers, couriers

     95   Other occupations in sales and services

      950   Hospital porters
      951   Hotel porters
      952   Kitchen porters, hands
      953   Counterhands, catering assistants
      954   Shelf fillers
      955   Lift and car park attendants
      956   Window cleaners
      957   Road sweepers
      958   Cleaners, domestics
      959   Other occupations in sales and services n.e.c.

     99   Other occupations n.e.c.

      990   All other labourers and related workers
      999   All others in miscellaneous occupations n.e.c.
            Inadequately described occupations
            Occupations not stated
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     France

     French 4-digit Standard Occupation Codes PCS

      1101    Agriculteurs sur petite exploitation d’agriculture
              generale
      1102    Maraichers, horticulteurs sur petite exploitation
      1103    Viticulteurs, arboriculteurs fruitiers sur
              petite exploitation
      1104    Eleveurs d’’herbivores sur petite exploitation
      1105    Eleveurs de granivores et eleveurs mixtes, sur
              petite exploitation
      1106    Agriculteurs sur petite exploitation sans
              orientation dominante
      1201    Agriculteurs sur moyenne exploitation d’’agriculture
              generale
      1202    Maraichers, horticulteurs sur moyenne exploitation
      1203    Viticulteurs, arboriculteurs fruitiers sur moyenne
              exploitation
      1204    Eleveurs d’’herbivores sur moyenne exploitation
      1205    Eleveurs de granivores et eleveurs mixtes, sur moyenne
              exploitation
      1206    Agriculteurs sur moyenne exploitation sans
              orientation dominante
      1211    Entrepreneurs de travaux agricoles a facon,
              de 0 a 9 salaries
      1212    Exploitants forestiers independants, de 0 a 9 salaries
      1213    Patrons pecheurs et aquaculteurs, de 0 a 9 salaries
      1301    Agriculteurs sur grande exploitation d’’agriculture
              generale
      1302    Maraichers, horticulteurs sur grande exploitation
      1303    Viticulteurs, arboriculteurs fruitiers sur grande
              exploitation
      1304    Eleveurs d’’herbivores sur grande exploitation
      1305    Eleveurs de granivores et eleveurs mixtes,
              sur grande exploitation
      1306    Agriculteurs sur grande exploitation sans
              orientation dominante
      2101    Artisans boulangers, patissiers, de 0 a 2 salaries
      2102    Artisans boulangers, patissiers, de 3 a 9 salaries
      2103    Artisans bouchers, de 0 a 2 salaries
      2104    Artisans bouchers, de 3 a 9 salaries
      2105    Artisans charcutiers, de 0 a 2 salaries
      2106    Artisans charcutiers, de 3 a 9 salaries
      2107    Autres artisans de l’’alimentation
      2111    Artisans mecaniciens en machines agricoles
      2112    Artisans en materiel de precision
      2113    Artisans divers du travail des metaux, de
              l’’electromecanique
      2121    Artisans tailleurs, couturiers et autres
              artisans de la confection et du textile
      2122    Artisans fabricants en cuirs et peaux
      2131    Artisans du meuble
      2132    Artisans du travail mecanique du bois
      2141    Artisans de l’’imprimerie et de l’’edition’
      2142    Artisans d’’art
      2143    Autres artisans de fabrication
      2151    Artisans macons, platriers
      2152    Artisans en terrassement, travaux publics, parcs
              et jardins
      2153    Artisans electriciens du batiment’
      2154    Artisans de la peinture et des finitions du batiment
      2155    Artisans plombiers, couvreurs, chauffagistes
      2156    Artisans menuisiers du batiment, charpentiers en bois
      2157    Artisans serruriers, metalliers
      2161    Artisans mecaniciens reparateurs d’’automobiles
      2162    Artisans toliers-carrossiers d’’automobiles
      2163    Artisans reparateurs en electromenager
      2164    Artisans cordonniers, reparateurs divers
      2171    Conducteurs de taxi artisans
      2172    Artisans coiffeurs, manucures, estheticiens
      2173    Artisans teinturiers, blanchisseurs
      2174    Artisans des services divers
      2181    Transporteurs routiers independants,
              de 0 a 9 salaries
      2182    Bateliers independants, de 0 a 9 salaries
      2190    Aides familiaux non salaries ou associes d’’artisans
      2210    Petits grossistes en alimentation
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      2211    Petits grossistes en produits non alimentaires
      2212    Petits detaillants en alimentation specialisee
      2213    Petits detaillants en alimentation generale
      2214    Petits detaillants en ameublement, decor,
              equipement du foyer
      2215    Petits detaillants en equipement de la personne,
              articles de sport
      2216    Petits detaillants en quincaillerie, bricolage, bazar
      2217    Petits detaillants en produits de luxe
      2218    Petits detaillants en librairie, photo, disques
      2219    Exploitants et gerants libres de station service,
              de 0 a 2 salaries
      2221    Patrons de petit restaurant, cafe-restaurant
      2222    Patrons de petit cafe, cafe-tabac
      2223    Patrons de petit cafe associe a une autre activite
      2224    Patrons de petit hotel, hotel-restaurant
      2231    Moyens grossistes en alimentation
      2232    Moyens grossistes en produits non alimentaires
      2233    Moyens detaillants en alimentation
      2234    Moyens detaillants en produits non alimentaires
      2235    Intermediaires independants. du commerce,
              de 0 a 9 salaries
      2236    Patrons de cafe, restaurant, hotel, de 3 a 9 salaries
      2241    Agents immobiliers independants, de 0 a 9 salaries
      2242    Agents generaux et courtiers d’’assurances
              independants, de 0 a 9 salaries
      2243    Agents de voyage et auxiliaires de transports
              independants, de 0 a 9 salaries
      2244    Independants gestionnaires de spectacle,
              de 0 a 9 salaries
      2245    Professionnels de la parapsychologie, guerisseurs
      2246    Independants gestionnaires d’’etablissement prive,
      2247    Independants divers prestataires de services,
              de 0 a 9 salaries
      2310    Chefs de grande entreprise (500 salaries et plus)
      2320    Chefs de moyenne entreprise (150 a 499 salaries)
      2331    Chefs d’’entreprise du BTP de 10 a 49 salaries
      2332    Chefs d’’entreprise de l’’industrie ou des
              transports, de 10 a 49 salaries
      2333    Chefs d’’entreprise commerciale de 10 a 49 salaries
      2334    Chefs d’’entreprise de services de 10 a 49 salaries
      3111    Medecins liberaux specialistes
      3112    Medecins liberaux non specialistes
      3113    Chirurgiens dentistes (liberaux ou salaries)
      3114    Psychologues, psychanalystes, psychotherapeutes
              (non medecins)
      3115    Veterinaires (liberaux ou salaries)
      3116    Pharmaciens liberaux
      3121    Avocats
      3122    Notaires
      3123    Conseils juridiques et fiscaux liberaux
      3124    Experts comptables, comptables agrees, liberaux
      3125    Ingenieurs conseils liberaux en recrutement, etc.
      3126    Ingenieurs conseils liberaux en etudes techniques
      3127    Architectes liberaux
      3128    Huissiers de justice, officiers ministeriels et
              professions liberales diverses
      3130    Aides familiaux non salaries de professions liberales
      3311    Personnel de direction de la fonction publique
      3312    Ingenieurs de l’’Etat et des collectivites locales
      3313    Magistrats
      3314    Inspecteurs et autres cadres A des Impots, du
              Tresor et des Douanes
      3315    Inspecteurs et autres cadres A des PTT
      3316    Personnel administratif superieur des collectivites
              locales et hopitaux publics
      3317    Personnel administratif de categorie A de l’’Etat
      3318    Personnes exercant un mandat politique ou syndical
      3321    Officiers de l’’Armee et de la Gendarmerie
              (sauf generaux)
      3411    Professeurs agreges et certifies
      3414    Directeurs d’’etablissement secondaire et inspecteurs
      3415    Enseignants de l’’enseignement superieur
      3421    Chercheurs de la recherche publique
      3431    Medecins hospitaliers (sans activite liberale)
      3432    Medecins salaries non hospitaliers
      3433    Psychologues specialistes de l’’orientation
              scolaire et professionelle
      3435    Etudiants hospitaliers, stagiaires internes
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      3436    Pharmaciens salaries
      3511    Journalistes, secretaires de redaction
      3512    Auteurs litteraires, scenaristes, dialoguistes
      3513    Bibliothecaires, archivistes, conservateurs de la
              fonction publique
      3521    Cadres de la presse, de l’’edition, de
              l’audiovisuel et des spectacles
      3522    Cadres artistiques des spectacles
      3523    Cadres techniques de la realisation de spectacles
              vivants et audiovisuels
      3531    Artistes plasticiens
      3532    Artistes professionnels de la musique et du chant
      3533    Artistes dramatiques, danseurs
      3534    Professeurs d’’art (hors etablissements scolaires)
      3535    Artistes de variete
      3710    Cadres d’’etat-major des grandes entreprises
      3721    Cadres charges d’’etudes economiques, financieres,
              commerciales
      3722    Cadres specialistes du recrutement, de la formation
      3723    Cadres de l’’organisation ou du controle
      3724    Cadres de gestion courante des grandes entreprises
      3725    Cadres de gestion courante du personnel des
              grandes entreprises
      3726    Cadres de gestion courante des autres services
              des grandes entreprises
      3727    Cadres administratifs ou financiers des PME
      3728    Cadres de la documentation, de l’’archivage
              (hors fonction publique)
      3731    Cadres de l’’exploitation des magasins de vente
      3732    Chefs de produits, acheteurs du commerce et
              autres cadres de la mercatique
      3733    Cadres des ventes des grandes entreprises (hors
              commerce de detail)
      3734    Cadres commerciaux des PME (hors commerce de detail)
      3735    Cadres de la publicite; cadres des relations publiques
      3741    Cadres des services techniques et commerciaux
              de la banque
      3744    Cadres des services techniques des assurances
      3751    Cadres de l’’hotellerie et de la restauration
      3810    Directeurs techniques des grandes entreprises
      3820    Ingenieurs et cadres techniques d’’etudes,
              developpement de l’’agriculture
      3821    Ingenieurs et cadres de recherche, etudes,
              essais en electricite, electronique
      3822    Ingenieurs et cadres de bureau d’’etudes ou
              des methodes en mecanique
      3823    Ingenieurs et cadres d’’etudes, methodes,
              controles en BTP
      3824    Architectes salaries
      3825    Ingenieurs et cadres de recherche, developpement en
              chimie, biologie
      3826    Ingenieurs et cadres de recherche, controles en
              metallurgie
      3827    Ingenieurs et cadres de recherche, etudes
              des industries legeres
      3828    Ingenieurs et cadres specialistes de l’’informatique
      3829    Autres ingenieurs et cadres d’’etudes
      3831    Ingenieurs et cadres de fabrication en materiel
              materiel electrique, electronique
      3832    Ingenieurs et cadres de fabrication en mecanique
      3833    Ingenieurs et cadres de chantier du BTP
      3835    Ingenieurs et cadres de fabrication en chimie et
              agro-alimentaire
      3836    Ingenieurs et cadres de fabrication en metallurgie
              et materiaux
      3837    Ingenieurs et cadres de fabrication des industries
              legeres
      3838    Cadres techniques de l’imprimerie et de l’edition
      3839    Ingenieurs et cadres de la production et de la
              distribution d’’electricite, etc.
      3841    Ingenieurs et cadres d’’entretien, travaux neufs
      3842    Ingenieurs et cadres des achats et approvisionnements
              industriels
      3843    Ingenieurs et cadres de planning, ordonnancement
      3851    Ingenieurs et cadres technico-commerciaux en
              materiel elec.
      3852    Ingenieurs et cadres technico-commerciaux en
              materiel mecanique
      3853    Ingenieurs et cadres technico-commerciaux en
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              batiment, travaux publics
      3854    Ingenieurs et cadres technico-commerciaux en
              biens intermediaire
      3855    Ingenieurs et cadres technico-commerciaux en
              informatique
      3861    Cadres des transports et de la logistique
      3862    Personnels navigants techniques de l’’aviation civile
      3863    Officiers de la marine marchande
      4211    Instituteurs
      4214    Directeurs d’’ecole primaire ou maternelle
      4215    Instituteurs de l’’education specialisee
      4221    PEGC et maitres auxiliaires de l’’enseignement
              general
      4224    Enseignants du technique court
      4227    Conseillers d’’education et surveillants
      4231    Assistants techniques de la documentation,
              de l’’archivage
      4232    Formateurs et animateurs de formation continue
      4233    Moniteurs et educateurs sportifs, sportifs
              professionnels
      4311    Cadres infirmiers et assimiles
      4312    Infirmiers psychiatriques
      4313    Puericultrices’
      4314    Infirmiers specialises (autres que puericultrices)
      4315    Infirmiers en soins generaux salaries
      4316    Infirmiers liberaux
      4321    Sages-femmes (liberales ou salariees)
      4322    Specialistes de la reeducation et dieteticiens,
              salaries
      4323    Specialistes de la reeducation et pedicures, liberaux
      4324    Techniciens medicaux
      4325    Specialistes de l’’appareillage medical salaries
      4326    Specialistes de l’’appareillage medical independants
      4327    Preparateurs en pharmacie
      4331    Assistantes sociales
      4332    Educateurs specialises
      4333    Animateurs socio-culturels et de loisirs
      4334    Conseillers familiaux
      4411    Clerge seculier
      4412    Clerge regulier
      4511    Controleurs des PTT et assimiles
      4512    Controleurs des Impots, du Tresor, des Douanes
              et assimiles
      4513    Professions administratives intermediaires des
              Collectivites locales
      4514    Personnels administratifs de categorie B de l’’Etat
      4521    Inspecteurs et officiers de police
      4522    Adjudants et majors de l’’Armee et de la Gendarmerie
      4611    Maitrise et techniciens des services comptables
              ou financiers; comptables
      4612    Maitrise et techniciens administratifs (autres
              que financiers et comptables
      4615    Personnel de secretariat de niveau superieur,
              secretaires de direction
      4621    Chefs de petite surface de vente (salaries ou
              mandataires)
      4622    Maitrise de l’’exploitation des magasins de vente
      4623    Personnel technique d’’inspection, d’’assistance
              des magasins de vente
      4624    Representants en biens, commerce interindustriel
      4625    Representants en biens de consommation aupres d’’
              entreprises
      4626    Representants en services aupres d’’entreprises ou
              de profession
      4627    Representants aupres de particuliers
      4628    Acheteurs non classes cadres, aides-acheteurs
      4629    Professions intermediaires commerciales’
      4631    Assistants techniques de la publicite, des relations
              publiques
      4632    Interpretes, traducteurs (salaries ou independants)
      4633    Assistants techniques de la realisation des
              spectacles vivants et audivisuels
      4634    Assistants techniques des arts graphiques, de la
              mode et de la decoration
      4635    Assistants techniques des arts graphiques, de la
              mode et de la decoration
      4636    Photographes salaries
      4637    Photographes independants
      4641    Responsables administratifs ou commerciaux des
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              transports et du tourisme
      4642    Responsables d’’exploitation des transports
      4651    Grades des services techniques de la banque
      4654    Redacteurs d’’assurance
      4661    Maitres d’’hotel (non cadres)
      4662    Maitrise du hall et des etages (hotellerie)
      4701    Techniciens d’’etudes, developpement de l’’
              agriculture et des eaux et forets
      4702    Controleurs laitiers, inseminateurs et autres
              agents techniques agricoles
      4711    Dessinateurs projeteurs en electricite, electronique
      4712    Dessinateurs d’’etudes en electricite, electronique
      4713    Techniciens d’’etudes, essais, controle en electricite,
              electronique
      4717    Techniciens en electricite, electronique, automatisme
      4718    Techniciens des telecommunications
      4721    Dessinateurs projeteurs en construction mecanique
              et chaudronnerie
      4722    Dessinateurs d’’etudes en construction mecanique
              et chaudronnerie
      4723    Techniciens en mecanique et chaudronnerie
      4731    Dessinateurs projeteurs en batiment, travaux publics
      4732    Dessinateurs d’’etudes en batiment, travaux publics
      4733    Geometres, topographes
      4734    Techniciens des travaux publics de l’’Etat et
              des collectivites locales
      4735    Metreurs et techniciens divers du batiment et
              des travaux publics
      4751    Techniciens chimistes, biologistes
      4761    Techniciens en metallurgie et materiaux
      4771    Assistants techniques de l’’imprimerie et de l’’edition
      4772    Techniciens des industries legeres
      4781    Preparateurs de methodes
      4782    Techniciens de planning, ordonnancement, lancement
      4791    Pupitreurs, chefs de salle en informatique
              (hors fonction publique)
      4792    Programmeurs, preparateurs de travaux en informatique
              (hors public)
      4793    Techniciens des laboratoires de recherche publique
              ou d’’enseignement
      4794    Techniciens divers
      4795    Experts independants de niveau technicien
      4801    Personnel de direction et d’’encadrement des
              exploitations agricoles
      4802    Maitres d’’equipage (peche, marine marchande)
      4811    Agents de maitrise 2ieme niveau en fabrication de
              materiel electrique
      4812    Agents de maitrise le’’ niveau en fabrication
              de materiel electrique
      4821    Agents de maitrise 2 niveau en fabrication mecanique
      4822    Agents de maitrise le niveau en fabrication mecanique
      4831    Conducteurs de travaux non cadres en batiment,
              travaux publics
      4832    Chefs de chantier du batiment et des travaux publics
      4851    Agents de maitrise 2ieme niveau en fabrication
              chimique ou agro-alimentaire
      4852    Agents de maitrise en fabrication chimique ou
              agro-alimentaire
      4861    Agents de maitrise 2ieme niveau en fabrication en
              metallurgie et materiaux
      4862    Agents de maitrise le niveau en fabrication en
              metallurgie et materiaux
      4871    Agents de maitrise et techniciens chauffage, energie
      4873    Agents de maitrise 2ieme niveau en fabrication en
              industrie legere
      4874    Agents de maitrise le niveau en fabrication en
              industrie legere
      4881    Agents de maitrise 2ieme niveau en entretien,
              installation
      4882    Agents de maitrise en entretien, installation
              electromecanique
      4883    Agents de maitrise en entretien, installation mecanique
      4884    Agents de maitrise d’’entretien general
      4891    Responsables d’’entrepot, de magasinage
      4892    Responsables de manutention
      4893    Maitrise de restauration et de cuisine
      5211    Agents d’’exploitation des PTT et assimiles
      5212    Preposes des PTT
      5213    Agents de constatation ou de recouvrement des
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              Impots, du Tresor
      5214    Commis, adjoints administratifs de la fonction
              publique
      5215    Agents de bureau de la fonction publique
      5216    Agents de service des etablissements d’’enseignement
      5217    Agents de service de la fonction publique
              (sauf ecoles, hopitaux)
      5221    Aides-soignants (du public ou du prive)
      5222    Agents de service hospitaliers (du public ou du prive)
      5223    Ambulanciers salaries (du public ou du prive)
      5311    Agents de police
      5312    Gendarmes (de grade inferieur a adjudant)
      5313    Sergents, sergents-chefs
      5314    Hommes du rang
      5315    Pompiers
      5316    Agents techniques des eaux et forets
      5317    Agents de securite, de surveillance
      5411    Secretaires
      5412    Dactylos, steno-dactylos (sans secretariat)
      5415    Operatrices de saisie en informatique
      5416    Operateurs d’’exploitation en informatique
      5417    Standardistes, telephonistes
      5421    Employes des services comptables ou financiers
      5424    Employes administratifs divers d’’entreprise
      5428    Dessinateurs d’’execution
      5431    Employes des services techniques de la banque,
              guichetiers
      5434    Employes des services techniques des assurances
      5441    Controleurs des transports (personnels roulants)
      5442    Agents des services commerciaux des transports et
              du tourisme
      5443    Agents administratifs des transports de marchandises
      5444    Agents et hotesses d’’accueil et d’’information
      5445    Agents et hotesses d’’accompagnement (transports,
              tourisme)
      5499    Salaries ne donnant aucune indication sur leur
              profession
      5511    Vendeurs en gros de biens d’’equipement, biens
              intermediaires
      5512    Vendeurs en alimentation
      5513    Vendeurs en ameublement, decor, equipement du foyer
      5514    Vendeurs en equipement de la personne,
              articles de sport
      5515    Vendeurs en droguerie, bazar, quincaillerie, bricolage
      5516    Vendeurs en articles de luxe
      5517    Vendeurs en photo, disques, librairie
      5518    Employes de libre-service
      5519    Caissiers de magasin
      5521    Pompistes et gerants (salaries ou mandataires de
              station-service)
      5611    Serveurs et commis de restaurant ou de cafe
      5614    Employes de l’’hotellerie
      5621    Manucures, estheticiennes, salariees
      5622    Coiffeurs salaries
      5631    Assistantes maternelles, gardiennes d’’enfants
              et travailleuses familiales
      5632    Employes de maison et femmes de menages chez des
              particuliers
      5633    Concierges, gardiens d’’immeubles
      5634    Employes des services divers
      6201    Mecaniciens qualifies d’’entretien d’’equipement
              industriel
      6202    Electromecaniciens, electroniciens qualifies d’’
              entretien industriel
      6203    Regleurs qualifies d’’equipements de fabrication
              (travail des metaux)
      6204    Regleurs qualifies d’’equipements de fabrication
              (sauf travail des metaux)
      6211    Bobiniers qualifies
      6214    Cableurs qualifies
      6218    Plateformistes, controleurs qualifies de materiel
              electrique ou electronique
      6220    Forgerons qualifies
      6221    Chaudronniers, toliers industriels qualifies
      6222    Tuyauteurs industriels qualifies
      6223    Soudeurs qualifies sur metaux
      6226    Ouvriers tres qualifies travaillant par enlevement
              de metal
      6227    Ouvriers qualifies travaillant par enlevement
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              de metal
      6231    Monteurs qualifies d’’ensembles mecaniques
      6234    Monteurs qualifies en charpente metallique
      6235    Traceurs qualifies
      6236    Ouvriers qualifies de controle et d’’essais en
              en mecanique, metallurgie
      6237    Ouvriers qualifies des traitements thermiques et de
              surface sur metaux
      6238    Mecaniciens, ajusteurs qualifies, sans autre
              indication’
      6241    Chefs d’’equipe du gros oeuvre et des travaux
              publics
      6242    Ouvriers qualifies du travail du beton
      6243    Conducteurs qualifies d’’engins de chantiers du BTP
      6244    Autres ouvriers qualifies des travaux publics
      6245    Mineurs de fond qualifies
      6246    Ouvriers qualifies de l’’extraction (carrieres,
              petrole, gaz, etc.)
      6251    Ouvriers qualifies sur installations ou machines
              de la chimie
      6254    Ouvriers qualifies de laboratoire (chimie)
      6255    Ouvriers qualifies des industries agricoles et
              alimentaires
      6261    Ouvriers qualifies de la metallurgie, du verre,
              de la ceramique etc.
      6264    Ouvriers qualifies de la fabrication des papiers
              et canons
      6265    Ouvriers qualifies des industries lourdes du bois
      6271    Conducteurs de machines du textile et de la
              tannerie-megisserie
      6272    Ouvriers qualifies de la coupe et des finitions
              des vetements
      6273    Mecaniciennes en confection qualifiees
      6274    Ouvriers qualifies du travail industriel du cuir
      6281    Ouvriers de la photogravure et des laboratoires
              photographiques
      6282    Ouvriers de la composition
      6283    Ouvriers de l’’impression
      6284    Ouvriers qualifies de la brochure, de la reliure
      6291    Ouvriers qualifies de scierie
      6292    Ouvriers qualifies de la menuiserie industrielle et
              de l’’ameublement
      6293    Surveillants qualifies d’’exploitation (electricite,
              gaz, eau, chauffage)
      6294    Agents qualifies de laboratoire (sauf chimie et sante)
      6299    Ouvriers qualifies divers de type industriel et
              ouvriers qualifies mal designes
      6301    Jardiniers
      6311    Electriciens qualifies du batiment
      6312    Depanneurs qualfies en radio-television,
              electromanager
      6313    Electromecaniciens qualifies d’’entretien d’’
              equipements non industriels
      6321    Carrossiers d’’automobile qualifies
      6322    Metalliers, serruriers qualifies
      6323    Mecaniciens qualifies d’’automobiles (entretien,
              reparation)
      6324    Mecaniciens qualifies d’’entretien d’’equipements
              non industriels
      6331    Charpentiers en bois qualifies
      6332    Menuisiers qualifies du batiment
      6341    Macons qualifies
      6342    Ouvriers qualifies du travail de la pierre
      6343    Couvreurs qualifies
      6344    Plombiers et chauffagistes qualifies
      6345    Peintres et ouvriers qualifies des finitions du
              batiment
      6346    Monteurs qualifies en agencement, isolation
      6347    Ouvriers qualifies d’’entretien general des batiments
      6351    Bouchers (sauf industrie de la viande)
      6352    Charcutiers (sauf industrie de la viande)
      6353    Boulangers, patissiers (sauf activite industrielle)
      6354    Cuisiniers qualifies
      6371    Tailleurs et couturieres qualifies
      6372    Ouvriers qualifies du travail des etoffes (sauf
              fabrication de vetements)
      6373    Ouvriers qualifies de type artisanal du travail
              du cuir
      6391    Modeleurs (sauf modeleurs de metal), mouleurs-
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              noyauteurs a la main
      6392    Ouvriers d’’art
      6393    Auxiliaires des spectacles
      6394    Ouvriers qualifies du travail du verre ou de la
              ceramique a la main
      6399    Ouvriers qualifies divers de type artisanal
      6411    Conducteurs routiers et grands routiers (salaries)
      6412    Conducteurs de vehicule routier de transport en
              commun (salaries)
      6413    Conducteurs de taxi (salaries)
      6414    Conducteurs de voiture particuliere (salaries)
      6415    Conducteurs livreurs, coursiers (salaries)
      6511    Conducteurs d’’engins lourds de levage
      6512    Conducteurs d’’engins lourds de manoeuvre
      6513    Dockers
      6514    Conducteurs de chariot elevateur, caristes
      6515    Magasiniers
      6521    Agents qualifies des services d’’exploitation
              des transports (sedentaires)
      6522    Conducteurs qualifies d’’engin de transport guide
      6531    Matelots de la marine marchande
      6532    Capitaines et matelots timoniers de la navigation
              fluviale (salaries)
      6711    Ouvriers non qualifies de l’’electricite et de
              l’’electronique
      6721    Ouvriers non qualifies travaillant par enlevement
              de metal
      6722    Ouvriers non qualifies travaillant par formage
              de metal
      6723    Ouvriers non qualifies de montage, de controle,
              etc., en mecanique
      6741    Ouvriers non qualifies des travaux publics et
              du travail du beton
      6742    Aides-mineurs, ouvriers non qualifies de l’’
              extraction
      6751    Ouvriers non qualifies de la chimie
      6754    Ouvriers non qualifies des industries agricoles
              et alimentaires
      6761    Ouvriers non qualifies de la metallurgie,
              du verre, de la ceramique, etc.
      6764    Ouvriers non qualifies de la fabrication du
              papier-carton et du bois’
      6771    Ouvriers non qualifies du textile et de la
              tannerie-megisserie
      6772    Ouvriers non qualifies de la confection
      6773    Ouvriers non qualifies du travail du cuir
      6791    Ouvriers non qualifies du travail du bois
      6792    Manutentionnaires des services d’’exploitation
              des transports
      6793    Ouvriers du tri, de l’’emballage, de l’’expedition
      6799    Ouvriers non qualifies divers de type industriel
              et ouvriers mal designes
      6821    Metalliers, serruriers, reparateurs en mecanique
              non qualifies
      6841    Ouvriers non qualifies du gros oeuvre du batiment
      6842    Ouvriers non qualifies du second oeuvre du batiment
      6851    Apprentis boulangers, bouchers, charcutiers
      6891    Nettoyeurs
      6899    Ouvriers non qualifies divers de type artisanal
      6911    Conducteurs d’’engins agricoles ou forestiers
      6912    Ouvriers de l’’elevage
      6913    Ouvriers en maraichage ou de l’’horticulture
      6914    Ouvriers de la viticulture ou de l’’arboriculture
              fruitiere
      6915    Ouvriers agricoles sans specialisation particuliere
      6916    Ouvriers d’’exploitation forestiere ou de sylviculture
      6921    Marins-pecheurs et ouvriers de l’’aquaculture


     COMMENT from code 1099 to 6999:
     these codes have been added to the French standard
     4-digit PCS, corresponding ISCO88 codes have been created.


      1099    Agriculteur, taille d’’exploitation inconnue
      2099    Artisan ou commercant mal designe
      2199    Artisan, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      2299    Commercant, taille d’’entreprise inconnue
      2399    Chef d’’entreprise, taille d’’entreprise inconnue
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      3199    Profession liberale, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      3399    Cadre superieur de la fonction publique,
              secteur inconnu
      3499    Profession scientifique, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      3599    Profession de l’’information ou des arts, secteur
              inconnu
      3799    Cadre superieur d’’entreprise, secteur inconnu
      3899    Ingenieur, cadre technique d’’entreprise,
              secteur inconnu
      4299    Profession intermediaire de l’’enseignement,
              secteur inconnu’
      4399    Prof. intermediaire sante, travail social, secteur
              inconnu
      4499    Clerge regulier ou seculier ou assistant laic
      4599    Prof. interm. administrative publique, secteur inconnu
      4699    Prof. interm. administrative entreprise,
              secteur inconnu
      4799    Technicien, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      4899    Contremaitre, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      5299    Employe, fonction publique, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      5399    Policier, militaire, securite, secteur d’’activite
              inconnu
      5599    Employe de commerce, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      5699    Personnel de service direct aux particuliers,
              mal designe
      6499    Chauffeur, secteur d’’activite inconnu
      6599    Ouvrier qualif. mal designe (manutention, magasin.,
              transp.)
      6999    Ouvrier agricole mal designe
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     Note 0002                                                 (continued)


     Italy

     01   Student
     02   Housewife
     03   Retired
     04   Looking for first job
     05   Looking for a job

     Employed

     06   Other
     10   Manager, executive
     11   Cadre, officer
     12   Employee, teacher or army officer
     13   Worker, salesman, farmer

     Independent worker

     20   Businessman
     21   Professional with employees
     22   Professional without employees
     23   Trader, farmer, craftsman with employees
     24   Trader, farmer, craftsman without employees
     25   Assistant, labourer
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     Note 0002                                                         (continued)


     Norway

     Nordic Standard Classification of Occupation

     0      Technical Science, Humanistic and Artistic Work

     00     Technical Work

         001   Architects
         002   Chief Engineers
         003   Other Engineers, Draughtsmen
         004   Technicians, Constructors
         005   Driving and Motor Vehicle Examiners, Ship Surveyors
         007   Surveyor Engineers, Surveyors (General), Surveyors
               (Land)
         008   Surveyors Technicians
         009   Draughtsmen Assistants, Surveyor Assistants

     01     Chemical and Physical Work

         011   Chemists
         012   Physicists
         013   Laboratory Assistants
         014   Geologists, Geophysicists
         015   Meteorologists, Hydrologists
         019   Physical Scientists Not Elsewhere Classified
     02     Biological Work

         021   Veterinaries
         022   Biologists
         023   Agronomists, Horticulturists and Agriculture and
               Horticulture Consultants
         024   Silviculturists and Silviculture Consultants
         025   Physical Scientists Not Elsewhere Classified

     03     Medical Work

         030   Chief Physicians and Surgeons
         031   Other Physicians and Surgeons
         032   Dentists

     04     Nursing Work

         040   Unit Nursing Officers
         041   Other Professional Nurses
         042   Midwives
         043   Practical Nurses in Psychiatric Care
         045   Other Practical Nurses
         046   Dental Surgery Assistants
         047   Nursemaids in Hospitals and Other Institutions
         049   Nurses Not Elsewhere Classified

     05     Other Professional Health and Medical Work
         050   Pharmaceutical Chemists
         051   Other Skilled Pharmacy Personnel
         052   Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists
         053   Inspectors, Board of Health
         059   Professional Medical Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     06     Teaching Work

         060   Headmasters, Educational Officers
         061   Professors and Senior Lecturers
         062   Other University Teachers
         063   Lecturers with Final University Degrees
               (Secondary Schools)
         064   Teachers (Primary Schools)
         065   Subject Teachers in Vocational Training
         066   Teachers (Nursery Schools)
         067   School Counsellors and Related school and
               Education Workers
         069   Teachers not Elsewhere Classified

     07     Religious Work

         071   Bishops, Clergy, Principals
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         072   Missionaries
         073   Officers in the Salvation Army
         079   Religious Work Not Elsewhere Classified

     08     Juridical Work

         081   Judges, District Stipendiary Magistrates
         082   Prosecutors and Chief Constables
         083   Jurists in Private Practice (Lawyers)
         084   Legal Advisers and Representants in Business,
               Organizations and Civil Services
         085   Teachers (Primary Schools)
         089   Jurists Not Elsewhere Classified

     09     Literary and Artistic Work

         090   Painters, Sculptors and Related Creative Artists
         091   Commercial Artists
         092   Display Artists, Window Dressers, Decorators
         093   Designers
         094   Authors
         095   Editors and Journalists
         096   Actors, Dancers, Singers
         097   Musicians
         098   Programme Producers in Radio and Television
         099   Literary and Artistic Workers Not Elsewhere
               Classified
     1      Administrative Executive Work

     10     Public Administration

         101   Leading Administrators and Governmental Servants
               (Central State Administration)
         102   Other Administrators and Governmental Servants
               (Central State Administration)
         103   Leading Administrators and Administrative
               Governmental Servants (Local State Administration)
         104   Other Administrators and Administrative Governmental
               Servants (Local State Administration)
         105   Leading Administrators (Municipal Administration)
         106   Other Administrators (Municipal Administration)
         109   Administrative Workers in Civil Services and Local
               Administration Not Elsewere Classified

     11     Other Administrative Work

         111   Directors, Managers and Working Proprietors
               (Business, Trade, Finance, Services and Industry)
         112   Leaders in Organization
         113   Administration Secretaries
         119   Administrative Work Not Elsewhere Classified

     2      Clerical Workers
     20     Book-Keeping and Cashier Work

         201   Chief Accountants, Book-Keepers
         202   Bank and Office Cashiers
         203   Shop-, Restaurant- and Related Cashiers
         209   Book-Keepers and Cashiers Not Elsewhere Classified

     21     Stenography and Typing

         211   Secretaries and Stenographers
         212   Typists

     29     Other Clerical Work

         291   Data-Processing Machine Operator
         292   Clerks (Bank)
         293   Clerks (Insurance)
         294   Clerks (Social Security Office)
         295   Travel Agency Employees
         296   Forwarding Agents, Shipbrokers
         297   Real Estate Managers, Store-Room Keepers
         298   Clerks (Tenders, Orders)
         299   Clerical Workers Not Elsewhere Classified
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     3      Sales Work

     30     Working Proprietors

         301   Working Proprietors, Wholesale Trade
         302   Working Proprietors, Retail Trade

     31     Real-Estate-, Service- and Salesmen etc.

         311   Insurance Salesmen
         312   Real-Estate and Securities Agents
         313   Advertising Salesmen
         319   Auctioneers, Appraisers and Salesmen Not Elsewhere
               Classified

     32     Commercial Travellers and Agents

         321   Commercial Travellers
         322   Manufacturers’ Agents

     33     Other Sales Work

         330   Purchasing Officers
         331   Salesmen Operating from an Office
         332   Shop Managers
         333   Shop Assistants
         334   Street Vendors, Canvassers and News-Vendors
         339   Salesmen, Shop Assistants and Related Workers Not
               Elsewhere Classified

     4      Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Related Work

     40     Farmers, Forest Owners etc.

         401   Farmers
         402   Forest Owners
         403   Gardeners, Fruit Farmers, Nurserymen
         404   Managers in Agriculture
         405   Managers in Market Gardening and Horticulture
         406   Managers in Forestry
         407   Farmers (Fur-Bearing)
         408   Reindeer Owners

     41     Farm Workers

         411   Farm Labourers
         412   Livestock Workers (General)
         413   Workers in Market Gardening and Horticulture
         414   Livestock Workers (Fur-Bearing Animals)
         415   Livestock Workers (Reindeers)
         419   Keepers (Zoo, Circus) and Farm Workers Not
               Elsewhere Classified

     42     Hunters
     43     Fishermen, Whalers and Sealers

         430   Shipmasters (Fishing Boats), Master Seiners and
               Related
         431   Fishers
         432   Aquaculture Workers
         433   Whalers
         434   Sealers

     44     Forestry Work

         441   Forestry Workers and Loggers
         442   River Drivers

     5      Mining and Quarrying Work

     50     Mining and Quarrying Work

         501   Miners, Quarrymen and Related Workers

     51     Well Drillers and Related Workers

         511   Well Drillers and Diamond Drillers
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     52     Benefication Work

         521   Benefication Workers

     59     Other Mining and Quarrying Work

         599   Mining- and Quarrying Workers Not Elsewhere
               Classified

     6      Transport and Communication Work

     60     Ship’s Officer Work

         600   Shipmasters
         601   Mates
         602   Pilots (Ship)
         603   Chief Engineers
         604   Marine Engineers

     61     Deck and Engine-Room Crew Work

         611   Boatswains
         612   Able and Ordinary Seamen
         613   Ship’s Carpenters
         614   Other Deck Crew
         615   Pump Workers, Donkeymen
         616   Engine Mechanics (Ship)
         617   Firemen (Ship)
         618   Ship Engine Crew Not Elsewhere Classified

     62     Aircraft Pilots, Navigators and Flight Engineers

         621   Aircraft Pilots
         622   Flight Navigators
         623   Flight Engineers
         629   Aviation Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     63     Railway Engine Work

         631   Drivers and Firemen, Railway Engine

     64     Road Transport Work

         641   Bus Drivers
         642   Tram Drivers
         643   Taxi Drivers
         644   Lorry and Van Drivers
         645   Other Drivers
         646   Errand Boys and Road Transport Workers Not
               Elsewhere Classified

     65     Conductor and Traffic Assistant Work

         651   Aircraft Traffic Assistants
         652   Conductor, Railway
         653   Porters (Inner Station Service)
         654   Porters (Outer Station Service)
         655   Conductor and Traffic Assistants, Road Transport

     66     Traffic Controlling Work

         661   Harbour Traffic Controllers
         662   Air Traffic Controllers
         663   Railway Traffic Controllers
         664   Road Traffic Controllers

     67     Postal and Telecommunication Work

         670   Postmasters
         671   Local Postmasters
         672   Inspectors and Traffic Controllers, Communication
         673   Telephone Switchboard Operators (Public Service)
         674   Telephone Switchborad Operators (Private Exchange)
         675   Telegraphers
         676   Radio Operators
         679   Postal and Telecommunication Workers Not Elsewhere
               Classified

     68     Postal and Oteher Messenger Work
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)


       681    Postmen
       682    Messengers

     69    Other Transport- nad Communication Work

       691    Lighthouse Operators
       692    Lock Operators
       693    Bargemen, Ferrymen
       699    Transport- and Communication Workers Not
              Elsewhere Classfied

     7/8   Manufacturing Work

     70    Textile Work

       701    Fibre Preparers
       702    Sinners and Winders, Textile
       703    Weavers
       704    Knitters
       705    Pattern-Card Preparers
       706    Bleachers, Dyers and Finishers of Textiles
       707    Controllers and Menders of textile Fabric
       709    Textile Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     71    Cutter and Seam Work
       711    Tailors
       712    Fur Tailors
       713    Hatmakers
       714    Upholsterers
       715    Patternmakers, Markers and Cutters, Textile Products
       716    Sewers and Embroiderers
       719    Cutter and Seam Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     72    Shoemaking and Leather Work

       721    Shoemakers and Shoe Repairers
       722    Cutters (Footwear) and Related Workers
       723    Uppers Preparers and Sewers
       724    Lasters
       725    Other Shoemaking Work
       726    Saddle Makers and Leather Sewers

     73    Smelting, Metallurgical and Foundry Work

       731    Furnacemen
       732    Annealers, Temperers and Related Heat Treaters
       733    Rolling-Mill Operators
       734    Cold-Rolling-Mill Operators
       735    Metal Drawers and Extruders
       736    Smiths
       737    Moulders
       739    Metal Making and Treating Workers Not Elsewhere
              Classified
     74    Precision Mechanic Work

       741    Precision Mechanics
       742    Watch- and Clockmakers and Repairers
       744    Dental Technicians
       745    Jewellers, Gold- and Siversmiths
       746    Jewellery Engravers

     75    Iron and Metal Ware Work

       751    Workshop Mechanics
       752    Fitter-Machinists
       753    Machine- and Motor-Repairmen
       754    Sheet-Metal Workers
       755    Plumbers and Pipefitters
       756    Welders and Flame Cutters
       757    Metal-Plate and Steelstructural Workers
       758    Electro-Platers, Dip Platers and Related Workers
       759    Metal Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     76    Electrical Work

       761    Electricians
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)

       762    Electrical Load Despatchers, Power Station
       763    Electrical and Electronics Fitters
       764    Installers and Repairmen, Telephone and Telegraph
       765    Linemen and Cable Jointers
       769    Electrical and Electronics Workers Not Elsewhere
              Classified
       758    Electro-Platers, Dip Platers and Related Workers
       759    Metal Workers Not Elsewhere Classified
              Classified

     77   Wood Work

       771    Whole Timber Workers
       772    Sawmill and Planing Mill Workers
       773    Veneer and Fibreboard Workers
       774    Construction Carpenters and Joiners
       775    Boat Builders and Ship’s Carpenters
       776    Cabinetmakers
       777    Woodworking Machine Setters and Operators
       779    Woodworkers Not Elsewhere Classified

     78   Painting and Paperhanging Work

       781    Building and Furniture Painters
       782    Paperhangers
       783    Brush and Spray Painters (Industrial Product)
       789    Sign Painters, and Painting and Paperhanging Workers
              Not Elsewhere Classified

     79   Other Construction Work

       791    Masons, Bricklayers and Plasterers
       793    Cement Finishers, Excavators etc.
       795    Insulation Aplliers
       796    Glaziers
       799    Construction Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     80   Graphic Work

       801    Compositors and Typesetters
       802    Reproduction Workers (Printing)
       803    Printing Pressmen and Printers
       804    Bookbinders and Realetd Workers
       809    Graphic Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     81   Glass, pottery and Brick Work

       811    Glass Formers, Cutters, Grinders and Finishers
       812    Potters and Related Clay and Abrasive Formers
       813    Furnacemen and Kilnmen, Glass and Ceramics
       814    Decorators, Glass and Ceramics
       819    Glass and Ceramics Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     82   Food Industry Work
       821    Millers, Grain and Related Products
       822    Bakers and Pastrycooks
       823    Sugar and Chocolate Confectionery Makers
       824    Brewers, Winemakers and Related Workers
       825    Canning Workers
       826    Butchers, Sausage Makers
       827    Dairy Workers
       829    Food Processers Not Elsewhere Classified

     83   Chemical Work

       831    Destillators, Oil and Chemical Products
       832    Cookers, Roasters and Other Heat-Treaters,
              Chemical and Related Processes
       833    Crushers, Millers and Calenderers, Chemical and
              Related Processes
       834    Wood Grinding Workers
       835    Paper Pulp Preparers
       836    Paper Makers
       839    Chemical and Related Process Workers Not Elsewhere
              Classified

     84   Tobacco Work
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     Note 0002                                                         (continued)

         841   Tobacco Workers

     85     Other Manufacturing Work

         851   Concrete Workers
         852   Tyre Builders, Vulcanisers and Realetd Rubber-Product
               Makers
         853   Plastics-Product Makers
         854   Tanners, Fellmongers and Related Workers
         855   Photographic Dark-Room Workers
         856   Makers of Musical Instruments and Related Workers
         857   Stone Cutters and Carvers
         858   Paper-Product Makers
         859   Manufacturing Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     86     Packing Work

         861   Packers, Labellers and Related Workers

     87     Machine and Motorpower Work

         871   Operators of Stationary Engines and Related
               Equipment
         872   Crane and Hoist Operators
         873   Riggers and Cable Splicers
         874   Operators of Earth-Moving and Other Construction
               Machinery Not Elsewhere Classified
         875   Material-Handling-Equipment Operators
         876   Oilers and Greasers

     88     Dock and Warehouse Work

         881   Longshoremen and Related Freight Handlers
         882   Warehousemen, Storemen
         889   Dock and Wraehouse Workers Not Elsewhere
               Classified

     89     Labourers Not Elsewhere Classified

         891   Laboureres Not Elsewhere Classified

     9      Service

     90     Public Safety, Prevention and Protection Work

         901   Fire Fighters and Related Workers
         903   Police
         904   Customs Officers
         905   Prison Guards
         909   Guards and Related Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

     91     Domestic Work, Doorman Work and Related

         911   Housekeepers and Related Workers (Institutions)
         912   Cooks
         913   Kitchen Assistants
         914   Housekeepers, Maids etc. (Private Homes)
         915   Housekeepers
         916   Concierges (Hotel)
         917   Pursers, Stewards, Air Hostesses and Related
               Passenger Transport Service Workers
         919   Domestic Workers, Doorman Workers and Related Not
               Elsewhere Classified

     92     Serving Work

         921   Headwaiters, Waiters
         922   Waiting Personnel Not Elsewhere Classified

     93     Building, Caretaking and Cleaning Work

         931   Janitors and Related Workers
         932   Charworkers and Cleaners
         933   Chimney Sweepers

     94     Hygiene and Beauty Treatment

         941   Barbers, Hairdressers and Beauticians
         942   Bath Attendants
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     Note 0002                                                     (continued)


     95   Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Work

       951    Launderers and Dry Cleaners
       952    Pressers

     96   Athletes, Sportsmen and Related Workers

       961    Athletes, Sports Instructors and Coaches

     97   Photography Work

       971    Photographers, Camera Operators

     98   Embalming and Undertaking Work

       981    Embalmers and Undertakers

     99   Other Service Work

       999    Service Workers Not Elsewhere Classified

       1000 Other Technical, Physical Science, Humanistic and
            Artistic Work

       1001   Auditors
       1002   Social Workers
       1003   Librarians, Archivists and Museum Workers
       1004   Economists,
       1005   Psychologists
       1006   Personnel Functionaries
       1009   Technical, Physical Science, Humanistic and
              Artistic Work Not Elsewhere Classified

       1100 Military Work
       1101 Lower Rank Military Work
       1102 Privates and Corporals

       1200 Lower Rank Military Officer Work
       1201 Lower Rank Military Officers

       1300 Higher Rank Military Officer Work
       1301 Higher Rank Military Officers

       9998 Persons with Unidentifiable or Not Reported
            Occupations and Persons Not Classified By Occupation

       9998 Persons with Unidentifiable Occupations
       9998 Persons with Not Reported Occupations
       9998 Persons Not Classsifed by Occupation
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)


     Sweden

     Nordic Standard Classification of Occupation
     Occupational classification, 3 digit level

      001   Architects, civil engineers and civil engineering
            technicians
      002   Electrical engineers and technicians
      003   Electronics and teletechnical communications
      004   Mechanical engineers and technicians
      005   Chemical engineers and technicians
      006   Metallurgists, mining and petroleum engineers and
            technicians
      007   Engineers and engineering technicians n.e.c.
      008   Surveyors and cartographical engineers and technicians
      009   Technical workers n.e.c.

      010   Chemical and physical science work, laboratory work
      012   Laboratory technicians and assistants
            medical lab)
      013   Laboratory assistants (medical lab)
      014   Geologists
      015   Meteorologists, hydrologists
      016   Chemists, physicists, laboratory engineers
      019   Chemical and physical science workers n.e.c.
      020   Biological work
      021   Biologists
      022   Agricultural advisors
      023   Forestry advisors
      029   Biological work n.e.c.

      030   Educational work
      031   University and higher education teachers
      032   Secondary education teachers (theoretical subjects
      033   Primary education teachers
      034   Secondary education teachers (aesthetical-practical
            subjects)
      035   Technical education teachers
      036   Pre-primary education teachers, recreation-activities
            organizators
      037   Educational methods advisors
      039   Educational workers n.e.c.

      040   Religious work
      041   Minister. of religion
      049   Religious workers n.e.c.

      050   Law work
      051   Judges and lawyers in courts of justice
      052   Prosecutors, police commissioners
      053   Other jurists (private practice)
      054   Legal advisers (in enterprises or other organisations
      059   Law workers n.e.c.
      060   Literary and journalistic work
      061   Journalists, authors
      062   Public relations and publicity officers
      063   Programme editors (radio, TV)
      069   Literary and journalistic workers n.e.c.

      070   Artistic work
      071   Sculptors, painters and commercial artists
      072   Display artists
      073   Designers
      074   Photographers
      075   Performing artists
      076   Computers and musicians
      077   Producers, directors, stage managers (film, theatre)
      079   Artistic workers n.e.c.

      090   Other professional, technical and related work
      091   Librarians
      092   Archivists and museum curators
      099   Professional, technical and related workers n.e.c .

      100   Health and nursing work
      101   Physicians and surgeons
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     Note 0002                                                      (continued)

      102   Nursing administrators
      103   Registered nurses
      104   Midwives
      105   Medical technicians
      106   Attendants in psychiatric care
      107   Assistant nurses and hospital aids
      109   Health and nursing workers n.e.c.

      110   Physiotherapy and occupational therapy work
      111   Physiotherapists
      112   Occupational therapists
      119   Physiotherapy and occupational therapy workers n.e.c.

      120   Dental work
      121   Dentists
      122   Dental hygienists
      123   Dental assistants
      129   Dental workers n.e.c.

      130   Pharmaceutical work
      131   Pharmacists
      139   Pharmaceutical workers n.ec.

      140   Veterinary work
      141   Veterinarians
      149   Veterinary workers n.e.c.
      150   Social work
      151   Social and social welfare workers
      152   Managers of social welfare institutions
      153   Childrens nurses
      154   Home helpers
      155   Managers and assistants (for the mentally retarded)
      159   Social workers n e c

      160   Environment and health protection work
      161   Occupational. safety and public health inspectors
      162   Safety engineers, ergonomists
      169   Environment and health protection workers

      190   Others health, nursing and social work
      191   Psychologists
      192   Dietitians and nutritionists
      199   Health, nursing and social workers n.e.c.

      200   Administrative, managerial and clerical work
      201   Legislators and administrators (central government)
      202   Legislators and administrators (county council
            administration)
      203   Legislators and administrators (local government)
      209   Government legislators and administrators n.e.c.

      210   Business administrative work
      211   Business administrators
      212   Organisation administrators
      219   Business administrative workers n.e.c.

      220   Personnel work
      221   Personnel officers
      222   Employment exchange officials
      229   Personnel workers n.e.c.

      230   Accounting work
      231   Auditors
      232   Financial managers, accountants
      239   Accounting workers n.e.c.

      240   Clerical and related work
      241   Secretaries, stenographers
      242   Typists
      249   Clerical and related workers n.e.c.

      250   Computer processing work (ADP)
      251   Systems analysts, programmers
      252   Computer operators
      259   Computer processing workers (ADP) n.e.c.

      260   Economic and statistics work
      261   Economists
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)

      262   Statisticians
      269   Economics and statistics workers n.e.c.

      290   Other administrative, managerial and clerical work
      291   Cost computing and estimating clerks
      292   Bank tellers and finance clerks
      293   Insurance clerks
      294   National insurance clerks
      295   Tourists- and travel agency clerks
      296   Forwarders. transport planners
      297   Property managers
      299   Administrative, managerial and clerical workers n.e.c.

      300   Sales work
      310   Sales work (business services and assets)
      311   Advertising salesmen
      312   Real estate and securities brokers
      313   Business services salesmen
      319   Sales workers (business services and assets) n.e.c.

      320   Purchasing work
      321   Buyers

      330   Sales work (goods)
      331   Working proprietors, wholesale and retail trade
      332   Salesmen (wholesale)
      333   Shop assistants
      339   Sales workers (goods) n.e.c.

      390   Other sales work
      399   Sales workers n.e.c.

      400   Working proprietors in agriculture and forestry
      401   Horticultural farmers
      402   Farm managers and supervisors
      403   Horticultural managers and supervisors
      404   Forestry managers and supervisors
      405   Reindeer farmers
      406   Breeders of fur-bearing animals
      409   Agriculture, horticulture and forestry managers n.e.c.

      410   Agricultural, horticultural and livestock work
      411   Agricultural workers
      412   Livestock, dairy and poultry farm workers
      413   Horticultural workers
      414   Fur-bearing animal farm workers and reindeer herdsme
      419   Agricultural, horticultural and livestock workers n.e.c.

      420   Wildlife protection work and hunting
      421   Game-keepers and hunters

      430   Fishing
      431   Fishermen
      432   Fishfarmers
      439   Fishing workers n.e.c.
      440   Forestry work
      441   Loggers
      449   Forestry workers n.e.c.

      500   Mining, quarrying and petroleum extraction work
      501   Miners, quarrymen
      509   Mining and quarrying workers n.e.c.

      510   Well drilling and diamond drilling work
      511   Well and diamond drillers

      520   Ore dressing work
      521   Ore dressers

      530   Petroleum extraction work
      531   Petroleum extraction workers

      590   Other mining, quarrying and petroleum extraction work
      599   Mining and quarrying workers n.e.c.

      600   Transport and communications work
      601   Ships’ deck officers
      602   Ship pilots
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     Note 0002                                                     (continued)

      603   Ships’ engineers
      609   Ships’ officers n.e.c.

      610   Ships’ deck and engine-room work
      611   Ships’ deck ratings
      612   Engine-room ratings
      619   Ships’ deck- and engine-room ratings n.e.c.

      620   Aircraft officers work
      621   Aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers
      629   Aircraft officers n.e.c.

      630   Railway engine drivers work
      631   Railway engine drivers

      640   Bus and taxi drivers
      641   Lorry and pickup drivers
      642   Tram and underground drivers
      643   Delivery men
      649   Motor vehicle drivers and delivery workers n.e.c .

      650   Transport conductor and transport assistant work
      651   Air traffic controllers
      652   Railway conductors and yardmen
      653   Road transport assistants
      659   Transport conductors and transport assistants n.e.c.
      660   Transport supervision
      661   Harbour masters
      662   Air-control officers, flight dispatchers
      663   Railway station masters, train dispatchers
      664   Road transport supervisors
      669   Transport supervisors n.e.c.

      670   Postal service and telecommunications work
      671   Postmasters, post office clerks
      673   Telecommunications clerks
      674   Telephone operators
      675   Telegraphers, radio communication operators
      679   Postal service and telecommunications workers n.e.c.

      680   Mail distribution and messenger work
      681   Mail sorting clerks and postmen
      682   Messengers
      689   Mail distribution clerks and messengers n.e.c.

      690   Other transport and communications work
      691   Lighthouse and lock operators and harbour service
            assistants
      699   Transport and communications workers n.e.c.

      700   Textile work
      701   Fibre processors
      702   Spinners
      703   Weavers, knitters
      705   Weaving and knitting machine setters
      706   Textile finishers, dyers
      707   Fabrics inspectors and menders
      709   Textile workers n.e.c.

      710   Tailoring and sewing work
      711   Tailors
      712   Fur tailors
      713   Milliners and hatmakers
      714   Upholsterers
      715   Patternmakers and cutters
      716   Dressmakers and sewers
      719   Tailoring and sewing workers n.e.c.

      720   Shoe and leather goods work
      721   Shoemakers and shoe repairers
      722   Shoe cutters, lasters and sewers
      723   Leather goods makers
      729   Shoe and leather goods workers n.e.c.

      730   Metal processing work
      731   Furnacemen
      732   Metal annealers, temperers and case-hardeners
      733   Rolling-mill workers
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     Note 0002                                                        (continued)

      735   Wire and tube drawers
      736   Blacksmiths, hammersmiths and forgers
      737   Metal casters and moulders
      739   Metal processing workers n.e.c.

      740   Precision-instrument and precious metal manufacturing
            work
      741   Precision-instrument makers
      742   Watchmakers
      743   Opticians
      744   Dental technicians
      745   Jewellery and precious metal workers
      746   Engravers
      749   Precision-tool manufacturing workers n.e.c.

      750   Metal machine work and building metal work
      751   Toolmakers, machinetool setters and operators
      752   Machinery fitters
      753   Machine assemblers and engine mechanics
      754   Sheet-metal workers
      755   Plumbers and pipe fitters
      756   Welders and flame cutters
      757   Structural metal prepares and erectors
      758   Metal platers and coaters
      759   Metal machine workers and building metal workers n.e.c.

      760   Electrical and electronics work
      761   Electrical fitters and wiremen
      762   Aircraft and vehicle electrician
      763   Electrical machinery assemblers and repairmen
      764   Tele- and electronic repairmen and litters
      765   Electric linemen
      766   Recording, sound and light equipment operators
      769   Electrical and electronics workers n.e.c.

      770   Wood work
      771   Timberhandlers
      772   Wood processing workers
      773   Laminated wood and fibreboard workers
      775   Wooden boatbuilders coachbody builders
      776   Cabinet makers and joiners
      777   Woodworking machine operators
      779   Wood workers n.e.c.

      780   Painting and floor laying work
      781   Building painters
      782   Floor layers
      783   Painters (others than building)
      789   Painters and floor layers n.e.c.

      790   Other building and construction work
      791   Bricklayers
      793   Concrete workers
      794   Construction carpenters
      795   Insulators
      796   Glaziers
      799   Building and construction workers n.e.c.

      800   Printing work
      801   Type-setters
      802   Printing and photo engravers
      803   Printing pressmen
      804   Bookbinders
      805   Photographic laboratory workers
      809   Printing workers n.e.c.

      810   Glass, pottery and tile work
      811   Glassformers and cutters
      812   Potters
      813   Glass and ceramics kilnmen
      814   Glass and ceramics painters and decorators
      819   Glass, pottery and tile workers n.e.c.

      820   Food processing and tobacco production work
      821   Grain mill and oil press workers
      822   Bakers and pastry cooks
      823   Chocolate and confectionary makers
      824   Brewers and other beverage makers
      825   Canning workers
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     Note 0002                                                      (continued)

      826   Butchers and meat preparers
      827   Dairy workers
      828   Tobacco workers
      829   Food processing and tobacco workers n.e.c.

      830   Chemical processing work, rubber- and plastic production
            work
      831   Chemical process workers
      832   Cookers and furnacemen (chemical process)
      833   Crushers. grinders and calender operators (chemical
            products)
      834   Rubber products makers
      835   Plastic products makers
      839   Chemical processing workers n.e.c.

      840   Pulp and paper making work
      841   Paper pulp preparers
      842   Paper makers
      843   Paper products makers
      849   Pulp and paper makers n.e.c.

      850   Other production and related work
      851   Cast concrete product makers
      852   Tanners and fur dressers
      853   Musical instrument makers and tuners
      854   Stone cutters and carvers
      859   Other production and related workers n.e.c.
      860   Stationery engine operation work (energy and water
            supply)
      861   Stationery engine and related equipment operators
      869   Stationery engine and related equipment operators n.e.c.

      870   Material handling and related work
      871   Crane and hoist operators
      872   Earth-moving and related machinery operators
      873   Truck and conveyor operators
      879   Material handling and related equipment operators n.e.c.

      880   Packing and storage work
      881   Packers
      882   Store and warehouse workers
      889   Packing and storage workers n.e.c.

      890   Unskilled manual work
      891   Unskilled manual workers

      900   Service work
      901   Fire-fighters
      902   Chimney sweeps
      903   Policemen
      904   Customs officials
      905   Prison and reformatory officials
      906   Watchmen
      909   Civilian protective service workers n.e.c.
      910   Lodging and catering service work
      911   Catering supervisors
      912   Cooks
      913   Kitchen assistants, restaurants workers
      914   Waiters
      915   Hotel managers, hotel receptionists
      916   Pursers, .stewards, stewardesses
      919   Lodging and catering service workers n.e.c.

      920   Private household work
      921   Housekeepers, domestic helps
      929   Private household workers n.e.c.

      930   Caretaking and cleaning work
      931   Building caretakers
      932   Cleaners
      939   Caretakers and cleaners n.e.c.

      940   Hygiene and personal care work
      941   Hairdressers. beauticians
      942   Bath attendants
      949   Hygiene and personal care workers n.e.c.
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)

      950   Laundering, dry-cleaning and related work
      951   Launderers and dry-cleaners
      952   Pressers
      959   Launderers, dry-cleaners and related workers n.e.c.

      960   Sports and physical training work
      961   Coaches. horse trainers

      970   Other service work
      971   Undertakers
      979   Service workers n.e.c.

      980   Military work
      981   Officers
      989   Members of the armed forces n.e.c.

      990   Workers reporting occupations unidentifiable or
            inadequately desribed
      999   Workers reporting occupations unidentifiable or inade-
            quately described
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     Note 0002                                                       (continued)


     Japan

     Classification of Occupation

     01      Agricultural, forestry or fishery workers
             Those who are engaged mainly in agriculture, forestry
             or fishery and their family workers
     02      Self-employed
             Those who operate shops, restaurants, plants, etc.
             each with 9 employees or less, as well as their family
             workers
     03      Sales or service workers
             Employees or sales persons at shops, restaurants,
             department stores, etc.; employees at barber shops,
             beauty parlors, places of amusement, etc.; waiters and
             waitresses, housekeepers, transport conductors, station
             clerks, travel attendants; sales persons, canvasers,
             bill collectors
     04      Skilled workers
             Locomotive-engine and motor-vehicle drivers
             Those engaged in such work as manufacturing, repairs,
             assembly, processing, printing, spinning, sewing,
             tailoring, packing and bailing;
             Carpenters, joiners, plasterers, cabinetmakers
     05      Manual workers (unskilled workers)
             Labourers in mining, construction, manufacturing and
             transport; street vendors, deliverymen, garbage
             collectors
     06      Clerical and Technical workers
             Clerical and technical emoployees of business firm,
             public organizations and governmental agencies
             Section and division chiefs of business firms and
             organizations with 49 employess or less
             Those engaged in transportation, such as pilots and
             navigators
             Education-related personnel such as college lecturers,
             teachers and nursery governesses
             Medical-related persons such as pharmacists and nurses
     07      Business operators or Managers
             Directors and managers with the post of section chief or
             above of government offices
             Directors and managers of business firms and
             organizations with 50 employees or more
             Those who operate business firms and organizations with
             10 to 49 employees
             Directors of a kindergarten, headmasters, chief teachers
             college presidents
             Captains and crew chiefs of ocean-going vessels and
             aircraft and of craft serving major domestic routes
     08      Specialists, Free-lancers. etc.
             Medical doctors, lawyers, judges, certified public
             accountants, college (assistant) professors
             Artists (painters, performers, etc.) and masters of
             various arts
             Those related to professional sports, religious
             activities, politics
             Self-defense force personnel, policemen
     09      Housewives
     10      Students
     11      Jobless
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     Note 0003

     This Note refers to V309, V311, V323 and contains detailed
     region codes


     Great Britain

     Registrar General’s Standard Regions


       01   Scotland
       02   Northern, North West, Yorkshire aand Humberside
            Cleveland, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear,
            Chesire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside,
            Humberside, North Yorks, South Yorks, West Yorks
       03   West Midlands, East Midlands
            Hereford and Worcester, Salop, Staffordshire,
            Warwickshire, West Midlands,
            Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northampton-
            shire, Nottinghamshire
       04   Wales
       05   East Anglia, South West, South East
            Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
            Avon, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire,
            Somerset, Wiltshire
            Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex,
            Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Isle of Wight,
            Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, West Sussex
       06   Greater London
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     Note 0003                                                       (continued)


     Italy


     Geographical area


     North-West

     Less than 5.000 inhabitants          Montiglio
                                          Piasco
                                          Laigueglia
                                          Cellatica
                                          S.Fiorano
                                          Castelletto di Branduzzo


     5.000 - 10.000 inhabitants           Tetti dronero
                                          Albissola
                                          Pisogne


     10.000 - 30.000 inhabitants          Trecate
                                          Alassio
                                          Viadana
                                          Arcore
                                          Arese

     30.000 - 100.000 inhabitants         Alba
                                          Savona
                                          Como
                                          Mantova
                                          Gallarate


     100.000 - 500.000 inhabitants        Novara
                                          Bergamo


     More than 500.000 inhabitants        Torino
                                          Genova
                                          Milano



     North-East

     Less than 5.000 inhabitants          Fossalata di Piave
                                          Fonzaso
                                          Sarmede
                                          S.Pietro in Cerro
                                          Castelletto di Branduzzo

     5.000 - 10.000 inhabitants           Salzano
                                          Cornedo Vicentino
                                          Quattro Castella


     10.000 - 30.000 inhabitants          Laives
                                          Spinea
                                          S.Lazzaro


     30.000 - 100.000 inhabitants         Corizia
                                          Faenza


     100.000 - 500.000 inhabitants        Padova
                                          Verona
                                          Forli
                                          Reggio Emilia
                                          Bologna


     Centre

     Less than 5.000 inhabitants          Fosdinovo
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     Note 0003                                                   (continued)

                                          Apiro
                                          Castelliri


     5.000 - 10.000 inhabitants           S.Gimignano
                                          S.Felice Circeo


     10.000 - 30.000 inhabitants          Colle Salvetti
                                          Corsanico
                                          Osimo
                                          Sabaudia


     30.000 - 100.000 inhabitants         Lucca
                                          Siena
                                          Senigallia
                                          Viterbo


     100.000 - 500.000 inhabitants        Firenze
                                          Pisa
                                          Ancona


     More than 500.000 inhabitants        Roma


     South and Islands

     Less than 5.000 inhabitants          Clipello
                                          Contursi
                                          S.Giorgio la Moiara
                                          Biccari
                                          Canna
                                          Montemitro
                                          Calascibetta
                                          Pale del Meia


     5.000 - 10.000 inhabitants           Torelli Mercogliano
                                          Pollena Trocchia
                                          Cutrofiano
                                          Soverato
                                          Olevano sul Tusciano
                                          Canicattini Bagni


     10.000 - 30.000 inhabitants          Piedimonte Matese
                                          Grumo Nevano
                                          Oria
                                          Ruvo di Puglia
                                          Enna
                                          Ispica
                                          Tremestieri Etneo


     30.000 - 100.000 inhabitants         Chieti
                                          Marcianise
                                          Acerra
                                          Andria
                                          Matera
                                          Vasto
                                          Bagheria
                                          Modica


     100.000 - 500.000 inhabitants        Salerno
                                          Bari
                                          Cosenza
                                          Siracusa
                                          Cagliari


     More than 500.000 inhabitants        Napoli
                                          Palermo
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     Note 0003                                                  (continued)


     United States


     Listing of states within regions in:
     Statistical Abstract (any edition), published by U.S.
     Bureau of the Census.
     State were recoded into regions.


       01   New England
            Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,
            Connecticut, Rhode Island
       02   Middle Atlantic
            New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
       03   East North Central
            Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio
       04   West North Central
            Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South
            Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas
       05   South Atlantic
            Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia,
            North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
            District of Columbia
       06   East South Central
            Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi
       07   West South Central
            Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas
       08   Mountain
            Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Colorado,
            Arizona, New Mexico
       09   Pacific
            Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, Hawaii
ZA-No. 2900            I S S P   96   - Role of Government III      Page   285


     Note 0004

     This Note refers to V299 and contains specific
     explanations about size and type of the place of residence.


     United States

     NORC size of place

     Source: GSS Methodological Report No.4.

     Within an SMSA and --

       01     A large central city (over 250.000)
       02     A medium size central city (50.000 to 250.000)
       03     A suburb of a large central city               (a)
       04     A suburb of a medium size central city
       05     An unincorporated area of a large central city
              (division, township, etc.)
       06     An unincorporated area of a medium central city

     Not within an SMSA, (within a country) and --

       07     A small city (10.000 to 49.999)               (b)
       08     A town or village (2.500 to 9.999)
       09     An incorporated area less than 2.500 or an
              unincorporated area of 1.000 to 2.499         (c)
       10     Open country within larger civil divisions, e.g.
              township, division


     Remarks:

       (a)    A suburb is defined as any incorporated area or
              unincorporated aarea of 1.000+ (or listed as such
              in the U.S. Census PC (1)-A books) within the
              boundaries of an SMSA but not within the limits of
              a central city of the SMSA. Some SMSAs have more
              than one central city, e.g., Minneapolis-St. Paul.
              In these cases, both cities are coded as central
              cities.
       (b)    If such an instance were to arise, a city of 50.000
              or over which is not part of an SMSA would be coded
              ’07’.
       (c)    Unincorporated areas of over 2.499 are treated as
              incorporated areas of the same size. Unincorporated
              areas under 1.000 are not listed by the Census and
              are treated here as part of the next larger civil
              division, usually the township.
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           Variable List


    V1     ZA Study Number 2900 ..................................     1
    V2     Respondent ID Number ..................................     1
    V3     Country ...............................................     1
    V4     Obey laws without exception ...........................     2
    V5     Public protest meetings ...............................     3
    V6     Protest demonstrations ................................     5
    V7     National anti-government strike .......................     7
    V8     Attend public protest meetings ........................     9
    V9     Go to protest demonstrations ..........................    11
    V10    Past 5 years: public protest meetings .................    13
    V11    Past 5 years: protest demonstrations ..................    14
    V12    Revolutionaries: hold public meetings .................    15
    V13    Revolutionaries: publish books ........................    17
    V14    Worse type judice mistake .............................    19
    V15    Computer threat privacy ...............................    20
    V16    Government: redistribute wealth .......................    22
    V17    Government: control wages by law ......................    24
    V18    Government: control prices by law .....................    26
    V19    Cuts in government spending ...........................    28
    V20    Government financing create new jobs ..................    30
    V21    Less government regulation of business ................    32
    V22    Support f industry for new products ...................    34
    V23    Support f declining ind.to protect jobs ...............    36
    V24    Reduce working week to create more jobs ...............    38
    V25    Government should spend money:environmt ...............    40
    V26    Government should spend money:health ..................    42
    V27    Government should spend:law enforcement ...............    44
    V28    Government should spend money:education ...............    46
    V29    Government should spend money:defense .................    48
    V30    Government should spend money:retirement ..............    50
    V31    Government should spend:unempl.benefits ...............    52
    V32    Government should spend:culture arts ..................    54
    V33    Power of trade unions .................................    56
    V34    Power of business and industry ........................    58
    V35    Power of government ...................................    60
    V36    Responsib.of govt:provide jobs f all ..................    62
    V37    Resp.of govt: keep prices under control ...............    63
    V38    Resp.of govt: health care for sick ....................    64
    V39    Resp: provide standard of livg f the old ..............    65
    V40    Resp: provide industry with help to grow ..............    66
    V41    Resp:prov standard o livg f unemployed ................    67
    V42    Resp:reduce income differences rich/poor ..............    68
    V43    Resp: financial help for students .....................    69
    V44    Resp: provide decent housing ..........................    70
    V45    Strict laws f less damage environment .................    71
    V46    How much interested in politics .......................    72
    V47    People like me have no influence in gvtm ..............    74
    V48    Average citizen: influence in politics ................    76
    V49    Politicians have no much impact .......................    78
    V50    Good understanding imp political issues ...............    80
    V51    Elections make governm pay attention ..................    82
    V52    Others better informed than me ........................    84
    V53    Politicians keep promises .............................    86
    V54    Trust in civil servants ...............................    88
    V55    Satisfied with democracy ..............................    90
    V56    Reduce taxes or more social service ...................    91
    V57    Taxes for high incomes ................................    92
    V58    Taxes for middle incomes ..............................    94
    V59    Taxes for low incomes .................................    96
    V60    Government vs private: Electricity ....................    98
    V61    Govt vs private: Hospitals ............................    99
    V62    Govt vs private: Banking ..............................   100
    V63    Keep down inflation vers unemployment .................   101
    V64    Same taxation:same o less social service ..............   102
    V65    Tax per year: average wages ...........................   103
    V66    Tax per year: Twice average wages=b ...................   103
    V67    Tax per year: Twice wages b=c .........................   104
    V68    Tax per year: Twice wages c ...........................   104
    V200   R: Sex ................................................   105
    V201   R: Age ................................................   106
    V202   R: Marital status .....................................   108
    V203   R: Steady life-partner ................................   110
    V204   R: Education I: years in school .......................   111
    V205   R: Education II: categories ...........................   118
    V206   R: Current employment status ..........................   123
    V207   S-P: Current employment status ........................   125
    V208   R: ILO/ ISCO Occupation Codes .........................   127
    V209   R: National specific Occupation Codes .................   127
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           Variable List                                        (continued)


    V210   S-P: ILO/ ISCO Occupation Codes .......................       127
    V211   S-P: National specific Occupation Codes ...............       128
    V212   R: Working for private - public sector ................       129
    V213   R: Self-employed I ....................................       131
    V214   R: Self-employed II - how many employees ..............       132
    V215   R: Hours worked weekly ................................       133
    V216   R: Supervise I ........................................       136
    V217   R: Earnings I .........................................       138
    V218   R: Family income I ....................................       139
    V219   R: Religious denomination .............................       140
    V220   R: Religious services - how often .....................       147
    V221   R: Subjective social class ............................       149
    V222   R: Trade union membership .............................       151
    V223   Party affiliation I: left - right .....................       152
    V224   AUS: Party affiliation II .............................       154
    V225   BG: Party affiliation II ..............................       154
    V226   CDN: Party affiliation II .............................       155
    V227   CH: Party affiliation II ..............................       155
    V228   CY: Party affiliation II ..............................       156
    V229   CZ: Party affiliation II ..............................       156
    V230   D: Party affiliation II ...............................       157
    V231   E: Party affiliation II ...............................       157
    V232   F: Party affiliation II ...............................       157
    V233   GB: Party affiliation II ..............................       158
    V234   H: Party affiliation II ...............................       158
    V235   I: Party affiliation II ...............................       159
    V236   IL: Party affiliation II ..............................       159
    V237   IRL: Party affiliation II .............................       159
    V238   J: Party affiliation II ...............................       160
    V239   LV: Party affiliation II ..............................       160
    V240   N: Party affiliation II ...............................       160
    V241   NZ: Party vote general election 93 ....................       161
    V242   PL: Party affiliation II ..............................       161
    V243   RP: Party affiliation II ..............................       162
    V244   RUS: Party affiliation II .............................       162
    V245   S: Party affiliation II ...............................       163
    V246   SLO: Party affiliation II .............................       163
    V247   USA: Party affiliation II .............................       164
    V248   Last vote: left - right ...............................       165
    V249   AUS: Last vote II ....................................        166
    V250   BG: Last vote II .....................................        167
    V251   CDN: Last vote II ....................................        167
    V252   CY: Last vote II .....................................        168
    V253   CZ: Last vote II .....................................        168
    V254   D: Last vote II ......................................        169
    V255   E: Last vote II ......................................        169
    V256   F: Last vote II ......................................        170
    V257   GB: Last vote II .....................................        170
    V258   H: Last vote II ......................................        171
    V259   I: Last vote II ......................................        171
    V260   IL: Last vote II .....................................        172
    V261   IRL: Last vote II ....................................        172
    V262   J: Last vote II ......................................        173
    V263   LV: Last vote II .....................................        173
    V264   N: Last vote II ......................................        174
    V265   NZ: Last vote II .....................................        174
    V266   PL: Last vote II .....................................        175
    V267   RP: Last vote II .....................................        175
    V268   RUS: Last vote II ....................................        175
    V269   S: Last vote II ......................................        176
    V270   SLO: Last vote II ....................................        176
    V271   USA: Last vote II ....................................        177
    V272   Reasons for not voting ................................       178
    V273   How many persons in household .........................       180
    V274   Household cycle .......................................       183
    V275   Urban - Rural .........................................       187
    V276   AUS: Size of community ................................       188
    V277   BG: Size of community .................................       188
    V278   CDN: Size of community ................................       188
    V279   CH: Size of community .................................       189
    V280   CY: Size of community .................................       189
    V281   CZ: Size of community .................................       189
    V282   D: Size of community ..................................       190
    V283   E: Size of community ..................................       190
    V284   F: Size of community ..................................       190
    V285   GB: Size of community .................................       191
    V286   H: Size of community ..................................       191
    V287   I: Size of community ..................................       191
    V288   IL: Size of community .................................       191
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           Variable List                                        (continued)


    V289   IRL: Size of community ................................       192
    V290   J: Size of community ..................................       192
    V291   LV: Size of community .................................       192
    V292   N: Size of community ..................................       192
    V293   NZ: Size of community .................................       193
    V294   PL: Size of community .................................       193
    V295   RP: Size of community .................................       193
    V296   RUS: Size of community ................................       194
    V297   S: Size of community ..................................       194
    V298   SLO: Size of community ................................       194
    V299   USA: Size of community ................................       195
    V300   AUS: Region ...........................................       195
    V301   BG: Region ............................................       195
    V302   CDN: Region ...........................................       196
    V303   CH: Region ............................................       196
    V304   CY: Region ............................................       197
    V305   CZ: Region ............................................       197
    V306   D: Region .............................................       197
    V307   E: Region .............................................       198
    V308   F: Region .............................................       199
    V309   GB: Region ............................................       200
    V310   H: Region .............................................       201
    V311   I: Region .............................................       201
    V312   IL: Region ............................................       202
    V313   IRL: Region ...........................................       202
    V314   J: Region .............................................       202
    V315   LV: Region ............................................       202
    V316   N: Region .............................................       203
    V317   NZ: Region ............................................       203
    V318   PL: Region ............................................       204
    V319   RP: Region ............................................       204
    V320   RUS: Region ...........................................       204
    V321   S: Region .............................................       205
    V322   SLO: Region ...........................................       205
    V323   USA: Region ...........................................       205
    V324   Ethnicity or nationality ..............................       206
    V325   Weighting factor ......................................       216

				
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