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National Energy Survey Questionnaire

WPA Opinion Research "National Energy Survey Questionnaire"
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research 324 Second Street, SE Washington, DC 2003 405.286.6500 www.wparesearch.comWPA_NATIONAL ENERGY SURVEY_MQ_110322NATIONAL SURVEYADULTS OVER 21MARCH 17 & 20-21, 2011SAMPLE:n=1000MoE=+3.1%NO CODE/ASK ALL QUESTIONSHello my name is __________________ from Wilson Research Strategies. We are conducting a survey today ondifferent issues facing the country and would like to include your opinions. The survey will only take a few minutesof your time, and all results are strictly confidential and anonymous. We are NOT trying to sell you anything.Now switching topics to think about energy production in the United States…X1. Based on what you know today, do you feel that nuclear power plants in the United States are ROTATE TOP- TO-BOTTOM; BOTTOM-TO-TOP Very Safe, Somewhat Safe, Somewhat Unsafe, or Very Unsafe? TOTAL SAFE 62% TOTAL UNSAFE 29% 1. Very Safe 22% 2. Somewhat Safe 40% 3. Unsure DNR 4% 4. DK/Refused DNR 6% 5. Somewhat Unsafe 15% 6. Very Unsafe 14%X2. How much have you seen, read or heard recently about the problems at the nuclear power plant in Japan following the recent earthquake and tsunami? Would you say that you have heard ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM; BOTTOM TO TOP a lot, just some, not too much, or nothing at all END ROTATION? TOTAL A LOT/JUST SOME 93% TOTAL NOT TOO MUCH/NOTHING AT ALL 6% 1. A lot 78% 2. Just some 16% 3. DK/Refused DNR 1% 4. Not too much 3% 5. Nothing at all 2% © 2011 -- Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research
  • 2. National Survey/Adults/1001/4594 Page 2 of 5X3. Based on everything you know about safety, the environmental impact, and the cost of various sources of power, do you think the United States should focus more on nuclear power or fossil fuels such as natural gas or coal to solve our immediate energy needs? 1. Nuclear Power 25% 2. Both DNR 11% 3. Neither DNR 11% 4. DK/Refused DNR 10% 5. Fossil Fuels 44%Now, Id like to ask some questions for background and statistical purposes...D1. For classification purposes only, into which age category do you fall? READ 1-8, IF NECESSARY 1. 21-24 8% 2. 25-29 8% 3. 30-34 14% 4. 35-44 15% 5. 45-54 17% 6. 55-64 18% 7. 65-70 7% 8. 71+ 11% 9. Prefer not to answer DNR 2%D2. In politics, generally speaking, do you consider yourself a…ROTATE TOP-TO-BOTTOM, BOTTOM-TO-TOP TOTAL REPUBLICAN 29% TOTAL DEMOCRAT 35% 1. Strong Republican 18% 2. Lean Republican 11% 3. Independent 26% 4. Lean Democrat 14% 5. Strong Democrat 21% 6. Other DNR 4% 7. Don’t know/Refused DNR 6% © 2011 – Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research Confidential – do not copy or distribute without permission
  • 3. National Survey/Adults/1001/4594 Page 3 of 5D3. If you were to label yourself, would you say that you are a Liberal, a Moderate, or a Conservative in your political beliefs? IF LIBERAL/CONSERVATIVE, ASK: And would that be VERY (liberal/conservative) or just SOMEWHAT (liberal/conservative)? TOTAL CONSERVATIVE 46% TOTAL LIBERAL 18% 1. Very Conservative 23% 2. Somewhat Conservative 23% 3. Moderate 30% 4. Somewhat Liberal 11% 5. Very Liberal 7% 6. DK / Refused DNR 7%D4. Now, thinking about the Tea Party movement that is taking place right now, would you say that you ROTATE support the Tea Party Movement, oppose the Tea Party Movement, END ROTATE or are indifferent to it? IF SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK: And, would you say you STRONGLY (support/oppose) the Tea Party Movement or just SOMEWHAT? TOTAL SUPPORT 31% TOTAL OPPOSE 26% 1. Strongly Support 19% 2. Somewhat Support 12% 3. Indifferent 32% 4. DK/Refused DNR 11% 5. Somewhat Oppose 6% 6. Strongly Oppose 20%D5. What is your racial or ethnic background? Are you… 1. White 67% 2. Black/African-American 12% 3. Hispanic/Latino 13% 4. Asian [Japanese, Korean, Pacific Islander, etc.] 1% 5. American Indian/Native American 1% 6. Other 2% 7. DK/Refused DNR 4% © 2011 – Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research Confidential – do not copy or distribute without permission
  • 4. National Survey/Adults/1001/4594 Page 4 of 5D6. What is the last grade of school you completed? READ CODES 1-8, IF NECESSARY 1. Grade school or less [Grade 1-8] 2% 2. Some high school [Grade 9-11] 6% 3. Graduated high school [Grade 12] 36% 4. Vocational school/Technical school 4% 5. Some college – 2 years or less 17% 6. Some college – more than 2 years 10% 7. Graduated college 16% 8. Post-graduate degree 9% 9. DK/Refused DNR 1%D7. What is your present marital status? READ CODES IF NECESSARY 1. Single 16% 2. Married/Domestic Partnership 55% 3. Living with someone 1% 4. Divorced 11% 5. Separated 2% 6. Widow/Widower 12% 7. DK/Refused DNR 2%D8. Do you have any children in your home? IF YES, ASK: Are any under 18 years old? 1. Yes, children over 18 10% 2. Yes, children under 18 19% 3. Yes, BOTH children under AND over 18 5% 4. No children at home 64% 5. DK/Refused DNR 2%D9. Is your religious background: Protestant, Evangelical or Born-again Christian, Catholic, Jewish, or something else? IF SOMETHING ELSE OR UNCLEAR IF CHRISTIAN, ASK: Is that a Christian church? 1. Protestant [e.g. Baptist, Methodist, etc.] 40% 2. Evangelical or Born-again Christian 12% 3. Catholic 23% 4. Jewish 1% 5. Agnostic/Atheist 2% 6. Something else/Other 10% 7. No religion 6% 8. DK/Refused DNR 6% © 2011 – Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research Confidential – do not copy or distribute without permission
  • 5. National Survey/Adults/1001/4594 Page 5 of 5D10. Region 1 FROM SAMPLE 1. New England (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT) 6% 2. Middle Atlantic (NY, NJ, PA) 13% 3. East North Central (WI, IL, MI, IN, OH) 13% 4. West North Central (ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO) 9% 5. South Atlantic (FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, WV, DC, MD, DE) 21% 6. East South Central (KY, TN, MS, AL) 8% 7. West South Central (TX, OK, AR, LA) 8% 8. Mountain (MT, ID, WY, NV, UT, CO, AZ, NM) 7% 9. Pacific (WA, OR, CA, AK, HI) 15%D11. Region 2 FROM SAMPLE 1. WEST (WA, OR, CA, AK, HI, MT, ID, WY, NV, UT, CO, AZ, NM) 22% 2. MIDWEST (ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO, WI, IL, MI, IN, OH) 22% 3. SOUTH (TX, OK, AR, LA, KY, TN, MS, AL, FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, WV, DC, 37% MD, DE) 4. NORTHEAST (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ, PA) 19%D12. Gender BY OBSERVATION 1. Male 49% 2. Female 51% © 2011 – Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research Confidential – do not copy or distribute without permission

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