You can use the form below to compare responses to two different fields/questions from the survey. For instance, you can ask what was the spread of responses to the statement on homosexuality for those who said that they believe in God. In the first half of the form choose the question and response that identifies the group of people for which you want the data (in the example above, those who responded "Yes" to believing in God). First check the circle in front of the question you wish to use (in the above example, "Do you believe in God?"), and then choose the response (or range, in case of things such as Date) for which you want the data (in the above example, "Yes").
In the second half of the form check the circle in front of the question for which you want the responses from that selected group of people (in the example above, the statement "Homosexuality is sinful or wrong.")
Of utmost importance
Not very important
Not important at all
married, divorced, separated, widowed, living with a partner, or single and never married.
You can also limit your query by the following:
Only those who were alone.
Only those who stated their age.
Only those for whom the interviewer did not record a special note.
Question for which You Want the Responses
"Fewer women would have abortions if wombs had windows." -Bernard Nathanson, co-founder of NARAL and former abortion doctor