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Please tell us a bit about yourself, to help us understand your responses on the questionnaires we'll show you in a moment. Everything you tell us will be kept strictly confidential. (See our privacy statement). If you don't fit neatly into the categories we offer, please just make your best guess, and then tell us what the problem was in the "explanation box" at the end. Then we'll know whether to delete your data on that question, or else modify the question in the future.

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* When were you born?  Year:

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* When it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as liberal, moderate, conservative, or something else?
(The terms used in your country may differ. "Liberal" is intended to include the Left, progressives, and in some countries socialists. "Conservative" is intended to include the Right, traditionalists, and in some countries Christian Democrats.)

In general, how liberal (left-wing) or conservative (right-wing) are you on social issues?

In general, how liberal (left-wing) or conservative (right-wing) are you on economic issues?

Some people don't pay much attention to politics. How about you? Would you say that you are:

Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what? (For Americans only)

Please describe your highest educational level:
The terms used in your country may differ. American "High School" is usually completed around age 18. "College/university" is usually completed around age 22. "Graduate/Professional" refers to degrees such as the Ph.D., the Masters´┐Ż degree, or degrees in medicine or law.

Among the options below, which best describes the religion you were raised with?

Among the options below, which best describes your current religion?

Thinking about your life these days, how often do you attend religious services, apart from social obligations such as weddings or funerals?

Please include religious services held in private homes, as long as they involve several people coming together to worship or pray. Do not include any practices you do by yourself.

In what country do you currently live?
If you have recently moved, or are living somewhere temporarily, please pick the country in which you spent most of the last 5 years

Did you grow up mostly in the same country in which you currently live?
Yes No

Think of this ladder, to the right, as representing where people stand in your country.

At the top of the ladder are the people who are the best off - those who have the most money, the most education, and the most respected jobs. At the bottom are the people who are the worst off - who have the least money, least education, and the least respected jobs or no job. the higher up you are on this ladder, the closer you are to the people at the very top; the lower you are, the closer you are to the people at the very bottom.

Where would you place yourself on this ladder?
Please choose the radio button corresponding to the position on the ladder where you think you stand at this time in your life, compared to people in your country.

What is the general category of work you do/did in your primary job?

Please pick the category that you most identify with if more than one category applies. For example, if you are a legal secretary, answer "legal" if you feel that working at a law firm is more important to your identity than the fact that you do secretarial work, but answer "clerical" if you could see yourself doing this job in any industry. If you are retired, please pick the category that best fits your previous career.

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