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For results based on the sample of 691 registered voters who self-identify as liberal, the maximum margin of sampling error is 4 percentage points.
The growth of Protestantism, non-Christian traditions and pluralism is contributing to an increasing number of Latinos choosing to self-identify as nondenominational, other, something else or as having no religious preference.
People who do not self-identify as Indian eventually will work themselves out of being Indian under C-31 legislation, but many others will not have any choice as that is what C-31 is designed to do--eliminate all Indians.
A worker is forced to self-identify as a dissenter from the union's politics and thus to be exposed to the various devices of persuasion that unions apply to dissenters.
A recent study looked at women attending the College of William and Mary and asked them to self-identify as vegetarian (vegan, lacto-vegetarian, lacto-ovo vegetarian), pesco-vegetarian (eats fish), semi-vegetarian (does not eat red meat), flexitarian (eats chicken and fish, occasionally eats red meat), or non-vegetarian.
Specifically, women now self-identify as pro-life 49%44% while men self-identify 54% 35%.
Almost 25% of attendees self-identify as gay or bisexual.
One component of the survey revealed that many diverse job seekers have different attitudes about whether or not to self-identify during the recruiting process.
Though she doesn't self-identify as bisexual, she has access to the world of heterosexual privilege as well as a history of knowing its rewards and benefits.
The gay and lesbian market is growing at a rapid pace because individuals now feel able to self-identify as gay or lesbian and with less risk than ever before.
Savin-Williams also criticizes the methodology of the studies, pointing out that the students in the studies are generally willing to self-identify as gay and may be drawn from support groups, where the percentage of troubled youths may be higher than in the population at large.