|Title:||Public Religion Research Institute PRRI/RNS Poll: September 2011 Religion and Politics Tracking Survey [USPRRI2011-09]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Religion News Service|
|Survey Firm:||Public Religion Research Institute|
|Study Date:||September 14-18, 2011|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones.|
|Abstract:||Human evolution (2); intelligent design (1); creationism (2); scientist consensus on evolution (1); evidence of warming temperature (1); cause of climate change (2); scientist consensus on climate change (1); human dominion over Earth (1); climate change vs. economic issues (1); presidential candidate view on climate change cause (1); presidential candidate view on evolution (1).|
Columns 12-18 (xxxx.xxx) -- Varname: WEIGHT
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|Usage Note:||Interviews were conducted under the supervision of Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS).|
Religion News Service. Public Religion Research Institute PRRI/RNS Poll: September 2011 Religion and Politics Tracking Survey, Sep, 2011 [dataset]. USPRRI2011-09, Version 2. Public Religion Research Institute [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-12-2019.
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