Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy

The National Surveys on Energy and Environment (NSEE)
Fall 2016 Data Tables

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Survey Methodology
N 940 (210 Land Line & 730 Cell Phone)
Margin of Error +/- 3.2%
Fielding Dates October 13, 2016 - November 6, 2016
AAPOR RR3 Response Rate 11%
Data tables below are weighted by Gender, Age, Race, Income, and Education


Table of Contents

    Introduction

  1. Respondent's age
  2. Respondent's place of residence
  3. Perceptions of Local Weather

  4. Temperatures in past summer
  5. Temperatures in past winter
  6. Global Warming

  7. Belief in global warming
  8. Confidence in belief of global warming
  9. Cause of global warming
  10. Factor that caused belief in global warming
  11. Concern about global warming
  12. Ability to prevent further climate change
  13. US responsibility for reducing climate change
  14. Government effectiveness at preventing climate change
  15. Factors that affected view
  16. Doubt in Global Warming

  17. Confidence in belief of no global warming
  18. Factor that caused belief of no global warming
  19. Factors that affected view
  20. Carbon Tax

  21. Carbon tax generally
  22. If it increased energy costs
  23. If revenue neutral
  24. If revenues used for renewable energy R&D
  25. If revenues used to reduce federal deficit
  26. Willingness to pay to prevent temperature rise
  27. Policy Response

  28. Agreement that technology will solve climate problem
  29. Agreement that we should focus on adapting to warmer climate
  30. Agreement that state's economy will be damaged if neighbors don't have same climate policies
  31. Support for putting a price on carbon pollution
  32. Policy options to reduce emissions
  33. Wind Energy

  34. Wind energy impacts
  35. Support for building wind turbines in own community
  36. Fossil Fuel Policy

  37. Support leaving some fossil fuels in the ground
  38. Willingness to Pay

  39. Willingness to pay for more renewable energy
  40. Demographics

  41. Racial identity
  42. Religious affiliation
  43. Are you an evangelical Christian?
  44. Highest level of education
  45. Primary source for news
  46. Political party affiliation
  47. Political beliefs
  48. Family income
  49. Gender



Hello. My name is _________ and I'm a student at Muhlenberg College. We are conducting a research project regarding environmental issues in the United States. Would you be able to help us by answering a few questions?

Q1. Thank you. In which category does your current age fall? [READ LIST]

  Total
Thank you. In which category does your current age fall? [READ LIST] 18-29 25%
30-44 26%
45-64 28%
65 and older 20%
Refused, but stated they are 18 or over <1%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q2. What state do you currently reside in? [CODED INTO REGIONS]

  Total
What state do you currently reside in? [CODED INTO REGIONS] Northeast 16%
South 37%
Midwest 25%
West 22%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Note: Questions 3 and 4 below were asked of respondents at two different places in the survey, and in two different orders. Samples A and B received these questions after Question 2. Samples C and D received these questions after Question 23. Samples A and C were asked about summer weather first. Samples B and D were asked about winter weather first.

Q3. In general how would you describe the overall weather in your area this past summer? Would you say it was: [SPLIT SAMPLE]

  Sample A Sample B Sample C Sample D Total
In general how would you describe the overall weather in your area this past summer? Would you say it was: [SPLIT SAMPLE] A lot warmer than usual 28% 32% 20% 29% 27%
Slightly warmer than usual 26% 23% 32% 35% 29%
Slightly cooler than usual 13% 9% 11% 6% 10%
A lot cooler than usual <1% 3% <1% 1% 1%
About the same as usual 31% 32% 34% 27% 31%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1% 1% 2% 3% 2%
N 232 239 236 233 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q4. Now thinking back to last winter how would you describe the overall weather in your area. Would you say the weather last winter was: [SPLIT SAMPLE]

  Sample A Sample B Sample C Sample D Total
Now thinking back to last winter how would you describe the overall weather in your area. Would you say the weather last winter was: [SPLIT SAMPLE] A lot warmer than usual 14% 18% 16% 13% 15%
Slightly warmer than usual 40% 29% 32% 32% 33%
Slightly cooler than usual 12% 10% 13% 16% 13%
A lot cooler than usual 8% 6% 7% 7% 7%
About the same as usual 26% 35% 29% 29% 30%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1% 2% 3% 3% 2%
N 232 238 235 234 939
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q5. Next, I would like to ask you a few questions on the issue of global warming. From what you've read and heard. Is there solid evidence that the average temperature on earth has been getting warmer over the past four decades?

  Total
Next, I would like to ask you a few questions on the issue of global warming. From what you've read and heard. Is there solid evidence that the average temperature on earth has been getting warmer over the past four decades? Yes 70%
No 17%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 13%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q6. How confident are you that the average temperature on earth is increasing? Are you very confident, fairly confident, not too confident or not confident at all that the average temperature on earth is increasing?

  Total
How confident are you that the average temperature on earth is increasing? Are you very confident, fairly confident, not too confident or not confident at all that the average temperature on earth is increasing? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) Very Confident 71%
Fairly Confident 25%
Not Too Confident 4%
Not Confident At All 1%
Not Sure (Volunteered) <1%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q7. Is the earth getting warmer because of human activity such as burning fossil fuels, or mostly because of natural patterns in the earth’s environment?

  Total
Is the earth getting warmer because of human activity such as burning fossil fuels, or mostly because of natural patterns in the earth’s environment? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) Human Activity 41%
Natural Patterns 22%
A Combination (Volunteered) 31%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 6%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q8. What is the primary factor that has caused you to believe that temperatures on earth are increasing? [Coded open-end response]

  Total
What is the primary factor that has caused you to believe that temperatures on earth are increasing? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) [Coded open-end response] Declining Glaciers and Polar Ice 8%
Warmer Temperatures Observed 21%
Weather Changes 15%
Scientific Research/Data 11%
Media Coverage 7%
Declining Species 0%
Human Activity 21%
Natural Patterns 5%
Ocean / Sea-level Rise 2%
Religious Factors <1%
Population Growth 1%
Growing Season / Plants 0%
Not Sure/Other 10%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q9. How concerned are you about the issue of global warming? Are you very concerned, somewhat concerned, not too concerned, or not concerned at all about the issue of global warming?

  Total
How concerned are you about the issue of global warming? Are you very concerned, somewhat concerned, not too concerned, or not concerned at all about the issue of global warming? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) Very Concerned 43%
Somewhat Concerned 38%
Not Too Concerned 15%
Not Concerned At All 5%
Not Sure (Volunteered) <1%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q10. Some people say that, with our best efforts, humans can prevent further climate change from happening. Others say that there is nothing humans can do to prevent further climate change from happening. Which comes closest to your view?

  Total
Some people say that, with our best efforts, humans can prevent further climate change from happening. Others say that there is nothing humans can do to prevent further climate change from happening. Which comes closest to your view? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) With our best efforts, humans can prevent further climate change from happening 75%
There is nothing humans can do to prevent further climate change from happening 21%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 4%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q11. Now I will read three more statements. Again, please tell me which comes closest to your view.

  Total
Some people believe the United States is at least partly responsible for taking action to help prevent climate change from happening or from getting worse. Others believe the United States does not bear the responsibility for taking such action. Which of these positions best fit your view? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming but do not think there is nothing humans can do to further prevent climate change) The United States is at least partly responsible for taking action on climate change 85%
The United States bears no responsibility for taking action on climate change 9%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 6%
N 521
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q12. And do you think governments can be effective at preventing climate change from happening, or not?

  Total
And do you think governments can be effective at preventing climate change from happening, or not? (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming)` Yes 68%
 No 27%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 6%
N 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q13-18. Next I would like to read you a list of factors that may or may not have had an effect on your view that the earth is getting warmer. For each factor that I mention please indicate if it has had a very large, somewhat large, not too large, or no effect on your view that the earth is getting warmer. [ROTATED LIST]

  Declining glaciers and polar ice throughout the globe Warmer temperatures in your area during recent years The strength of hurricanes hitting the United States Milder winters in your area Severe droughts in areas across the United States Extreme weather events such as major storms and floods
Next I would like to read you a list of factors that may or may not have had an effect on your view that the earth is getting warmer.  For each factor that I mention please indicate if it has had a very large, somewhat large, not too large, or no effect on your view that the earth is getting warmer. (Among those who said there is solid evidence of global warming) [ROTATED LIST] Very Large 62% 43% 34% 28% 38% 48%
Somewhat Large 26% 36% 39% 35% 40% 33%
Not Too Large 6% 11% 14% 21% 11% 11%
No Effect 5% 8% 10% 14% 8% 8%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1% 2% 4% 2% 3% 1%
N 659 659 659 659 659 659
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q19. How confident are you that the average temperatures on earth are not increasing?  Are you very confident, fairly confident, not too confident, or not confident at all that the average temperature on earth is not increasing?

  Total
How confident are you that the average temperatures on earth are not increasing?  Are you very confident, fairly confident, not too confident or not confident at all that the average temperature on earth is not increasing? (Among those who said there is not solid evidence of global warming) Very Confident 56%
Fairly Confident 28%
Not Too Confident 12%
Not Confident At All 4%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1%
N 157
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q20. What is the primary factor that makes you believe that temperatures on earth are not increasing? [Coded open-end response]

  Total
What is the primary factor that makes you believe that temperatures on earth are not increasing? (Among those who said there is not solid evidence of global warming) [Coded open-end response] Personal Observations 25%
Natural Patterns 37%
Not Enough Evidence 6%
Media has Misled 1%
Evidence Disproves 7%
Religious Factors 5%
Political Factors 1%
No Particular Reason 6%
Not Sure/Other 14%
N 157
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q21-23. Next I would like to read you a list of factors that may or may not have had an effect on your view that global warming is not occurring. For each factor that I mention please indicate if it has had a very large, somewhat large, not too large, or no effect on your view that global warming is not occurring. [ROTATED LIST]

  Your personal observations of weather in your area Scientific evidence that disproves the existence of global warming Reports that climate scientists have distorted data to demonstrate that global warming is occurring
Next I would like to read you a list of factors that may or may not have had an effect on your view that global warming is not occurring. For each factor that I mention please indicate if it has had a very large, somewhat large, not too large, or no effect on your view that global warming is not occurring. (Among those who said there is not solid evidence of global warming) [ROTATED LIST] Very Large 35% 14% 23%
Somewhat Large 25% 34% 28%
Not Too Large 17% 17% 20%
No Effect 23% 33% 25%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 0% 2% 5%
N 157 156 157
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q24. Next I would like to ask for your views on a number of ideas that have been proposed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stabilize the climate.  Consider a policy to reduce greenhouse gases by taxing carbon based fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas.  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose this type of system?

  Total
Next I would like to ask for your views on a number of ideas that have been proposed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stabilize the climate.  Consider a policy to reduce greenhouse gases by taxing carbon based fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas.  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose this type of system? Strongly Support 25%
Somewhat Support 25%
Somewhat Oppose 14%
Strongly Oppose 27%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 9%
N 939
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q25. What if the carbon fuels tax significantly lowered greenhouse gases but increased your energy costs by 10 percent a month?  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system?

  Total
What if the carbon fuels tax significantly lowered greenhouse gases but increased your energy costs by 10 percent a month?  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system? Strongly Support 19%
Somewhat Support 29%
Somewhat Oppose 19%
Strongly Oppose 28%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 5%
N 939
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q26. What if the carbon fuels tax were "revenue neutral", meaning that every dollar collected by the government would be returned to the public as an income tax rebate.  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system?

  Total
What if the carbon fuels tax were "revenue neutral", meaning that every dollar collected by the government would be returned to the public as an income tax rebate.  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system? Strongly Support 32%
Somewhat Support 30%
Somewhat Oppose 12%
Strongly Oppose 21%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 6%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q27. What if revenues from the tax were used to fund research and development for renewable energy programs?  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system?

  Total
What if revenues from the tax were used to fund research and development for renewable energy programs?  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system? Strongly Support 38%
Somewhat Support 28%
Somewhat Oppose 10%
Strongly Oppose 19%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 5%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q28. What if revenues from the tax were used to reduce the federal deficit? Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system?

  Total
What if revenues from the tax were used to fund research and development for renewable energy programs?  Would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose such a system? Strongly Support 19%
Somewhat Support 23%
Somewhat Oppose 18%
Strongly Oppose 33%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 7%
N 939
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q29. If nothing is done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the average U.S. temperature is projected to increase by 4 to 11 degrees Fahrenheit by the year 2100.  How much more per month for energy and gasoline would you be willing to pay to prevent temperatures from rising? [CODED OPEN-END RESPONSE]

  Total
If nothing is done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the average U.S. temperature is projected to increase by 4 to 11 degrees Fahrenheit by the year 2100. How much more per month for energy and gasoline would you be willing to pay to prevent temperatures from rising? [CODED OPEN-END RESPONSE] Nothing each month 50%
1 to 50 dollars per month 24%
51 to 100 dollars per month 4%
101 to 250 dollars per month 2%
251 to 500 dollars per month <1%
Over 500 dollars per month <1%
Other 8%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 12%
N 938
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Please identify your level of agreement with the following statements. For each statement please indicate if you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree.

Q30. Technological innovations are going to solve the climate problem.

  Total
Technological innovations are going to solve the climate problem. Strongly Agree 22%
Somewhat Agree 35%
Somewhat Disagree 17%
Strongly Disagree 17%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 10%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q31. Instead of trying to stop global warming from occurring we should focus on adapting to a warmer climate.

  Total
Instead of trying to stop global warming from occurring we should focus on adapting to a warmer climate. Strongly Agree 10%
Somewhat Agree 18%
Somewhat Disagree 27%
Strongly Disagree 40%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 6%
N 938
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q32. My state's economy will be damaged if it requires greater use of renewable energy while neighboring states don't have such requirements.

  Total
My state's economy will be damaged if it requires greater use of renewable energy while neighboring states don’t have such requirements. Strongly Agree 12%
Somewhat Agree 30%
Somewhat Disagree 24%
Strongly Disagree 18%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 16%
N 939
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q33. There have been a number of ideas proposed for how governments can reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.  For each of the following policy options I read please indicate if you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose that option. First… [SPLIT SAMPLE]

  Putting a price on carbon pollution Putting a price on carbon pollution that would increase the price of gasoline by 8 cents per gallon Putting a price on carbon pollution that would increase the price of gasoline by 42 cents per gallon
There have been a number of ideas proposed for how governments can reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.  For each of the following policy options I read please indicate if you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose that option. [SPLIT SAMPLE] Strongly Support 17% 19% 11%
Somewhat Support 30% 19% 17%
Somewhat Oppose 14% 17% 12%
Strongly Oppose 26% 43% 58%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 13% 3% 2%
N 306 309 325
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q34-36. There have been a number of ideas proposed for how governments can reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.  For each of the following policy options I read please indicate if you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose that option. Next, [ROTATED]

  Requiring a set portion of all electricity to come from renewable energy sources such as wind or solar power. Offering rebates to business and households that purchase electric vehicles. Phasing out all coal-fired power plants.
There have been a number of ideas proposed for how governments can reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.  For each of the following policy options I read please indicate if you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose that option. Next, [ROTATED] Strongly Support 50% 38% 18%
Somewhat Support 31% 33% 22%
Somewhat Oppose 8% 10% 19%
Strongly Oppose 9% 16% 31%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 3% 4% 10%
N 940 940 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q37-41. Next I have a few questions about wind energy. For each of the following statements I read about the impacts of wind turbines, please tell me whether you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the statement. [ROTATED LIST]

  Wind turbines create noise pollution Wind turbines help limit climate change Wind turbines produce visual or aesthetic problems Wind turbines create jobs Wind turbines reduce nearby property values
Next I have a few questions about wind energy. For each of the following statements I read about the impacts of wind turbines, please tell me whether you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree with the statement. [ROTATED LIST] Strongly Agree 7% 21% 9% 39% 10%
Somewhat Agree 18% 37% 21% 42% 28%
Somewhat Disagree 26% 12% 31% 7% 26%
Strongly Disagree 32% 12% 30% 5% 16%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 18% 18% 9% 8% 20%
N 940 940 940 940 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q42. Assuming there were suitable locations for them, would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose wind turbines being placed in your community?

  Total
Assuming there were suitable locations for them, would you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose or strongly oppose wind turbines being placed in your community? Strongly Support 48%
Somewhat Support 30%
Somewhat Oppose 9%
Strongly Oppose 9%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 5%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q43. Recently, some people have suggested the idea that only a certain amount of the coal, oil, and gas in the ground can be used if we are to keep a stable climate.  Others say the world needs reliable and affordable energy, and so we need to use coal, oil, and gas. Do you think the U.S. should increase, decrease, or make no changes to the amount of coal, oil, and gas that it removes from the ground?

  Total
Recently, some people have suggested the idea that only a certain amount of the coal, oil, and gas in the ground can be used if we are to keep a stable climate.  Others say the world needs reliable and affordable energy, and so we need to use coal, oil, and gas. Do you think the U.S. should increase, decrease, or make no changes to the amount of coal, oil, and gas that it removes from the ground? Increase 13%
Decrease 41%
Make no changes 37%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 10%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q44. If it required you to pay extra money each year in order for more renewable energy to be produced, how much would you be willing to pay? Would you be willing to pay… [READ LIST]

  Total
If it required you to pay extra money each year in order for more renewable energy to be produced, how much would you be willing to pay? Would you be willing to pay… [READ LIST] Nothing each year 42%
1 to 50 dollars per year 25%
50 to 100 dollars a year 16%
100 to 250 dollars a year 8%
250 to 500 dollars a year 4%
Over 500 dollars a year 3%
Not sure (Volunteered) 2%
N 937
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Finally a few questions about yourself.

Q45. Which of the following categories best describes your racial identity? Are you [READ LIST]

  Total
Finally a few questions about yourself. Which of the following categories best describes your racial identity? Are you [READ LIST] White/Caucasian 61%
African-American 12%
Hispanic 14%
Latino 2%
Asian 5%
Native American 1%
Mixed Race 3%
Other 2%
N 926
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q46. Which of the following categories best describes your religious affiliation? Are you [READ LIST]

  Total
Which of the following categories best describes your religious affiliation? Are you [READ LIST] Protestant 35%
Catholic 30%
Jewish 1%
Muslim 1%
Hindu 1%
Other Religion (Including Agnostic) 24%
Atheist 5%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 3%
N 869
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q47. Would you describe yourself as an evangelical Christian?

  Total
Would you describe yourself as an evangelical Christian? (Among those who identified as Protestant) Yes 32%
No 67%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1%
N 303
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q48. What is your highest level of education? [READ LIST]

  Total
What is your highest level of education? [READ LIST] Less Than High School Graduate 4%
High School Graduate 29%
Some College or Technical School 30%
College Graduate 23%
Graduate or Professional Degree 15%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 0%
N 932
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q49. Which of the following is your primary source for national and world news? [READ LIST]

  Total
Which of the following is your primary source for national and world news? [READ LIST] Television 47%
Newspapers 5%
Talk Radio Programs 4%
Radio News Programs 4%
The Internet 39%
Other (Volunteered) 1%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 1%
N 935
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q50. Which of the following best describes your political party affiliation? [READ LIST]

  Total
Which of the following best describes your political party affiliation? [READ LIST] Democrat 35%
Republican 25%
Other Party 2%
Independent 34%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 4%
N 874
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q51. Which of the following best describes your political beliefs? [READ LIST]

  Total
Which of the following best describes your political beliefs? [READ LIST] Very Conservative 18%
Somewhat Conservative 17%
Moderate 34%
Somewhat Liberal 18%
Very Liberal 9%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 4%
N 895
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Q52. Which of the following categories best describes your family income? Is it [READ LIST]

  Total
Which of the following categories best describes your family income? Is it [READ LIST] Less than 20,000 16%
20,000 - 40,000 20%
40,000 - 60,000 18%
60,000 - 80,000 15%
80,000 - 100,000 10%
Over 100,000 18%
Not Sure (Volunteered) 3%
N 742
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Respondent Gender

  Total
Respondent Gender Male 49%
Female 51%
N 940
*Columns may not sum to 100% due to rounding within cells.



Thank you for your help with the survey. We appreciate your time.