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Part 1: Dataset and Codebook 1. The unit of analysis in the dataset is Climate Change. 2. There are 33 observations in the dataset. 3. There are 1203 variables in the dataset. 4. It measures about the Religious beliefs of the people which took part in the survey. 5. The value “6” indicates choice of “Lutheran” as a religion. 6. a) 192 people strongly distrust the mainstream news media as a source of information about climate change b) `43.4 % of the respondents are somewhat trusting of the mainstream news media 7. Most Respondents tends to trust more on d1b i.e. Scientists. Out of 1203 persons that took part in the survey 399 i.e. 33.7% strongly trusts on Scientists compared to just 104 i.e. 8.7 % who trusts on mainstream news. Also, the number of persons who somewhat trusts on Scientists (536) is more than people who trusts on mainstream news (519).
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