Caucasus Barometer 2012, Azerbaijan

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) CB year (YEAR)
TOTAL%
2012) 1829100.0
TOTAL1829100.0
2) Country (COUNTRY)
TOTAL%
2) Azerbaijan1829100.0
TOTAL1829100.0
3) Case ID (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829206532229.5073551014
4) Stratum (STRTUM)
TOTAL%
1) Capital55530.3
2) Urban60733.2
3) Rural66736.5
TOTAL1829100.0
5) Substratum (SUBST)
TOTAL%
1) Capital55530.3
2) North-East rural995.4
3) North-West rural22512.3
4) South-East rural30916.9
5) South-West rural341.9
6) North-East urban1528.3
7) North-West urban22012.0
8) South-East urban21311.6
9) South-West urban221.2
TOTAL1829100.0
6) Primary sampling unit (PSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182965322.19335510
7) Number of all household members (V4) (HHLDMEM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error311.7
1) 1754.1
2) 221211.6
3) 330416.6
4) 449026.8
5) 533318.2
6) 621611.8
7) 7904.9
8) 8351.9
9) 9211.1
10) 10160.9
11) 1110.1
12) 1220.1
13) 1330.2
TOTAL1829100.0
8) Number of adult household members (V5) (HHLDADT)
TOTAL%
1) 1186.5
2) 56931.1
3) 43023.5
4) 43924.0
5) 1779.7
6) 734.0
7) 170.9
8) 50.3
9) 10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
9) Interview language (INTLAN)
TOTAL%
2) Azerbaijani1829100.0
TOTAL1829100.0
10) Response status (RESPNS)
TOTAL%
1) Completed1829100.0
TOTAL1829100.0
11) Respondent's sex (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male79743.6
2) Female103256.4
TOTAL1829100.0
12) Respondent's age (RESAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182942.59916
13) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: attended a public meeting? (ACTPBLM)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable50.3
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-1) Don't know30.2
0) No150082.0
1) Yes31617.3
TOTAL1829100.0
14) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: written a letter/made a phone call to a newspaper, TV or radio program? (ACTMED)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable60.3
0) No173294.7
1) Yes915.0
TOTAL1829100.0
15) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: made a comment online in respect to online media publication/video? (ACTINT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable120.7
0) No170993.4
1) Yes1085.9
TOTAL1829100.0
16) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: went to a restaurant? (ACTREST)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable20.1
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
0) No110760.5
1) Yes71739.2
TOTAL1829100.0
17) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: made a contribution to a charity, including donations by sms and giving money to beggars? (ACTCHR)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable40.2
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know20.1
0) No148981.4
1) Yes32717.9
TOTAL1829100.0
18) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: did volunteer work without expecting compensation? (ACTVLT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable80.4
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know70.4
0) No144278.8
1) Yes36520.0
TOTAL1829100.0
19) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: did sports/exercise/hiking? (ACTSPOR)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable181.0
-3) Interviewer error30.2
0) No145179.3
1) Yes35719.5
TOTAL1829100.0
20) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: participated in a church choir? (ACTCHUR)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable140676.9
-3) Interviewer error30.2
0) No41822.9
1) Yes20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
21) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: donated money to a church/mosque? (ACTDNC)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable532.9
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-1) Don't know40.2
0) No92050.3
1) Yes84946.4
TOTAL1829100.0
22) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: went to a theater/cinema? (ACTTHEA)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable130.7
-3) Interviewer error20.1
0) No160687.8
1) Yes20811.4
TOTAL1829100.0
23) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: helped someone to resolve a dispute? (ACTRSD)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable50.3
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know70.4
0) No104557.1
1) Yes76842.0
TOTAL1829100.0
24) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: helped a neighbor or a friend with some household chores or childcare? (ACTCHOR)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable60.3
-3) Interviewer error10.1
0) No76641.9
1) Yes105657.7
TOTAL1829100.0
25) I will read out a list of activities. Could you please tell me which of these activities have you been involved in during the past six months: cleaned or helped cleaning public space? (ACTCLEN)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable60.3
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
0) No145879.7
1) Yes36419.9
TOTAL1829100.0
26) Overall, how happy would you say you are? (RATEHAP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-1) Don't know130.7
1) Extremely unhappy653.6
2) 2764.2
3) 31457.9
4) 41287.0
5) 542423.2
6) 622212.1
7) 727415.0
8) 826014.2
9) 91055.7
10) Extremely happy1136.2
TOTAL1829100.0
27) To what extent each of the following statements describes your feelings: There are people I can trust completely. Please use this card, where ‘1' means ‘Does not describe' and ‘10' means ‘Describes.' Again, please choose any number between 1 and 10, which best reflects your situation. (FELTRUS)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know120.7
1) Does not describe19310.6
2) 21759.6
3) 320311.1
4) 41578.6
5) 534719.0
6) 61628.9
7) 71739.5
8) 819910.9
9) 9864.7
10) Describes1196.5
TOTAL1829100.0
28) To what extent each of the following statements describes your feelings: There are plenty of people I can rely on when I have problems. Please use this card, where ‘1' means ‘Does not describe' and ‘10' means ‘Describes.' Again, please choose any number between 1 and 10, which best reflects your situation. (FELRYLN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.3
-1) Don't know130.7
1) Does not describe19910.9
2) 21106.0
3) 31498.1
4) 41719.3
5) 537720.6
6) 61598.7
7) 719910.9
8) 820711.3
9) 91136.2
10) Describes1256.8
TOTAL1829100.0
29) Overall, how would you rate your health? (HLTHRAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know10.1
1) Very poor362.0
2) Poor27214.9
3) Fair66936.6
4) Good69437.9
5) Very good1568.5
TOTAL1829100.0
30) When you get together with your close relatives and friends, how often do you discuss each other's private problems? (DISCPRP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer181.0
-1) Don't know241.3
1) Never1297.1
2) 2864.7
3) 31779.7
4) 41769.6
5) 535119.2
6) 621411.7
7) 721811.9
8) 81769.6
9) 9532.9
10) Always20010.9
TOTAL1829100.0
31) Do you have a family member or close relative currently living abroad, outside the borders of (country)? (FAMCLAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know30.2
0) No98653.9
1) Yes83645.7
TOTAL1829100.0
32) Do you have any close friends currently living abroad, outside the borders of (country)? (CLFRDAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know10.1
0) No131571.9
1) Yes50827.8
TOTAL1829100.0
33) Please tell me which comes closest to your view on this card, where ‘1' means ‘Everything in life is determined by fate' and ‘10' means ‘People shape their fate themselves' (FATEINL)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know281.5
1) Everything in life is determined by fate44724.4
2) 2904.9
3) 31437.8
4) 41347.3
5) 543723.9
6) 61276.9
7) 71417.7
8) 81015.5
9) 9362.0
10) People shape their fate themselves1457.9
TOTAL1829100.0
34) All things considered, how satisfied are you with your own life as a whole nowadays? Please use this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not satisfied at all' and ‘10' means ‘Completely satisfied' (LIFESAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know100.5
1) Not satisfied at all20411.2
2) 2904.9
3) 31819.9
4) 420010.9
5) 542823.4
6) 621611.8
7) 719510.7
8) 81699.2
9) 9653.6
10) Completely satisfied663.6
TOTAL1829100.0
35) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Jews? (BUSNJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know834.5
0) Disapprove62134.0
1) Approve112261.3
TOTAL1829100.0
36) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Americans? (BUSNUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know683.7
0) Disapprove44524.3
1) Approve131371.8
TOTAL1829100.0
37) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Azerbaijanis? (BUSNAZE)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know160.9
0) Disapprove311.7
1) Approve178297.4
TOTAL1829100.0
38) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Greeks? (BUSNGRE)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know1075.9
0) Disapprove52828.9
1) Approve119265.2
TOTAL1829100.0
39) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Russians? (BUSNRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know351.9
0) Disapprove31117.0
1) Approve148181.0
TOTAL1829100.0
40) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Armenians? (BUSNARM)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know160.9
0) Disapprove179598.1
1) Approve100.5
TOTAL1829100.0
41) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Turks? (BUSNTUR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know261.4
0) Disapprove1136.2
1) Approve168992.3
TOTAL1829100.0
42) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Georgians? (BUSNGEO)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know563.1
0) Disapprove39721.7
1) Approve137575.2
TOTAL1829100.0
43) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: Kurds, Yezidis? (BUSNKUR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know1045.7
0) Disapprove80844.2
1) Approve91149.8
TOTAL1829100.0
44) Now I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with: English? (BUSNENG)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know754.1
0) Disapprove44724.4
1) Approve130671.4
TOTAL1829100.0
45) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Jews? (MARWJEW)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer70.4
-1) Don't know140.8
0) Disapprove169092.4
1) Approve1186.5
TOTAL1829100.0
46) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Americans? (MARWUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know80.4
0) Disapprove160988.0
1) Approve21111.5
TOTAL1829100.0
47) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Azerbaijanis? (MARWAZE)
TOTAL%
0) Disapprove191.0
1) Approve181099.0
TOTAL1829100.0
48) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Greeks? (MARWGRE)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know80.4
0) Disapprove167491.5
1) Approve1478.0
TOTAL1829100.0
49) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Russians? (MARWRUS)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know70.4
0) Disapprove167091.3
1) Approve1528.3
TOTAL1829100.0
50) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Armenians? (MARWARM)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer150.8
-1) Don't know30.2
0) Disapprove181199.0
TOTAL1829100.0
51) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Turks? (MARWTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.3
-1) Don't know160.9
0) Disapprove83245.5
1) Approve97553.3
TOTAL1829100.0
52) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Georgians? (MARWGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know80.4
0) Disapprove168692.2
1) Approve1347.3
TOTAL1829100.0
53) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: Kurds, Yezidis? (MARWKUR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer90.5
-1) Don't know130.7
0) Disapprove169992.9
1) Approve1085.9
TOTAL1829100.0
54) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying: English? (MARWENG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know80.4
0) Disapprove157986.3
1) Approve24113.2
TOTAL1829100.0
55) How much likely is it for you to receive some help from your close relatives, friends, and neighbors in the following matters: repair your house/apartment? (EXPREP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer90.5
-1) Don't know884.8
1) Not at all likely46425.4
2) 21779.7
3) 323112.6
4) 41689.2
5) 527615.1
6) 61447.9
7) 71025.6
8) 8844.6
9) 9442.4
10) Very likely422.3
TOTAL1829100.0
56) How much likely is it for you to receive some help from your close relatives, friends, and neighbors in the following matters: take care of you if you are ill? (EXPILL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know351.9
1) Not at all likely1176.4
2) 2844.6
3) 31518.3
4) 41649.0
5) 535319.3
6) 621211.6
7) 719610.7
8) 819010.4
9) 91186.5
10) Very likely20411.2
TOTAL1829100.0
57) How much likely is it for you to receive some help from your close relatives, friends, and neighbors in the following matters: lend money for two weeks to cover your usual expenses? (EXPMON)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer170.9
-1) Don't know925.0
1) Not at all likely26314.4
2) 21327.2
3) 31578.6
4) 41538.4
5) 535419.4
6) 618210.0
7) 71437.8
8) 81457.9
9) 9713.9
10) Very likely1206.6
TOTAL1829100.0
58) Which of the following best describes your situation? (EMPLSIT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
1) Retired, not working27815.2
2) Student, not working563.1
3) Housewife, not working32417.7
4) Unemployed44724.4
5) Have a job46425.4
6) Self-employed19210.5
7) Disabled442.4
8) Other191.0
TOTAL1829100.0
59) From which year have you not had a job? (UNEMYR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip72339.5
-5) Never had a job57431.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know160.9
1950) 195010.1
1972) 197210.1
1977) 197710.1
1978) 197810.1
1979) 197920.1
1980) 198040.2
1981) 198110.1
1982) 198250.3
1983) 198320.1
1984) 198420.1
1985) 198530.2
1986) 198620.1
1987) 198790.5
1988) 1988100.5
1989) 198960.3
1990) 1990372.0
1991) 1991150.8
1992) 1992130.7
1993) 1993211.1
1994) 1994130.7
1995) 1995221.2
1996) 1996221.2
1997) 1997201.1
1998) 1998241.3
1999) 1999170.9
2000) 2000261.4
2001) 2001140.8
2002) 2002221.2
2003) 2003100.5
2004) 2004100.5
2005) 2005181.0
2006) 200690.5
2007) 2007140.8
2008) 2008181.0
2009) 2009291.6
2010) 2010281.5
2011) 2011291.6
2012) 2012261.4
TOTAL1829100.0
60) Are you currently interested in a job, or not? (INTSJOB)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip72339.5
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know30.2
0) No68037.2
1) Yes41822.9
TOTAL1829100.0
61) Have you been looking for a job during the past four weeks, or not? (LOOKJOB)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip72339.5
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know10.1
0) No80343.9
1) Yes30116.5
TOTAL1829100.0
62) If a suitable job were available, would you be able to start working within the next 14 days? (JOBSTRT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip72339.5
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know492.7
0) No59032.3
1) Yes46425.4
TOTAL1829100.0
63) Speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes your status and the type of workplace? (WORKTYP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know10.1
1) Run my own business / Self-employed without employees, including working on a land plot1357.4
2) Run my own business / Self-employed with employees, including working on a land plot221.2
3) Employee in small local family business / household production432.4
4) Employee in a medium-sized or big local private organization, company or enterprise814.4
5) Employee in a state organization, company or enterprise27915.3
6) Employee in a foreign or international organization, company, enterprise or joint venture241.3
7) Employee in a local or international non-governmental or non-profit organization100.5
8) Other543.0
TOTAL1829100.0
64) From which year have you been working at this workplace? (WORKYRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829708.2231002
65) Which of the following best describes the sector in which you work? (WORKSEC)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer70.4
-1) Don't know20.1
1) Agriculture, hunting, forestry1045.7
2) Fishing90.5
3) Mining, quarrying170.9
4) Manufacturing321.7
5) Electricity, gas, water supply331.8
6) Construction653.6
7) Wholesale and retail trade; repair of vehicles422.3
8) Hotels, restaurants, cafes150.8
9) Transport, storage, communication603.3
10) Financial intermediation/banking110.6
11) Real estate, property, renting40.2
12) Government, public administration, defense422.3
13) Education1106.0
14) Healthcare, social work341.9
15) Civil society/NGO20.1
16) Mass media20.1
17) Other613.3
TOTAL1829100.0
66) Using this card, please tell me, overall, how satisfied are you with your job? (JOBSATF)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know20.1
1) Very dissatisfied442.4
2) Somewhat dissatisfied673.7
3) In the middle794.3
4) Somewhat satisfied33818.5
5) Very satisfied1226.7
TOTAL1829100.0
67) Using this card, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I feel valued at work. (WORKVAL)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know40.2
1) Completely disagree321.7
2) Somewhat disagree522.8
3) Somewhat agree23312.7
4) Completely agree33318.2
TOTAL1829100.0
68) Using this card, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I am fairly compensated. (FAIRCOM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-1) Don't know20.1
1) Completely disagree271.5
2) Somewhat disagree341.9
3) Somewhat agree20010.9
4) Completely agree39121.4
TOTAL1829100.0
69) Using this card, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I am doing something that many people need. (JBNEED)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know100.5
1) Completely disagree1488.1
2) Somewhat disagree1437.8
3) Somewhat agree22412.2
4) Completely agree1196.5
TOTAL1829100.0
70) Using this card, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I see injustices that take place at my workplace (JOBINJ)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117264.1
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer241.3
-1) Don't know321.7
1) Completely disagree19510.7
2) Somewhat disagree1679.1
3) Somewhat agree1518.3
4) Completely agree864.7
TOTAL1829100.0
71) Speaking about your personal monetary income last month, after all taxes are paid, to which of the following groups do you belong? (PERSINC)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer251.4
-1) Don't know100.5
1) More than USD 1,20050.3
2) USD 801 – 1,200181.0
3) USD 401 – 8001679.1
4) USD 251 – 40026214.3
5) USD 101 – 25054429.7
6) USD 51– 1001377.5
7) Up to USD 50754.1
8) USD 0 (No income)58632.0
TOTAL1829100.0
72) Do you have any personal savings? (SAVPERS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer492.7
-1) Don't know70.4
0) No148681.2
1) Yes28615.6
TOTAL1829100.0
73) Do you have any personal debts? (DEBTPER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know40.2
0) No118564.8
1) Yes63034.4
TOTAL1829100.0
74) Does anybody currently owe you money? (OWEMON)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer70.4
-1) Don't know50.3
0) No152083.1
1) Yes29516.1
TOTAL1829100.0
75) Do you currently have a bank account or a bank card? (BANKACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
0) No101755.6
1) Yes80444.0
TOTAL1829100.0
76) Has anybody in your household started a new job during the last 12 months? (NEWHHJB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know50.3
0) No164690.0
1) Yes1739.5
TOTAL1829100.0
77) Has anybody in your household lost8 his/her job during the last 12 months? (JOBLOST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know50.3
0) No170393.1
1) Yes1126.1
TOTAL1829100.0
78) Have you done any unpaid or paid work for your family's or close relative's business for at least one hour within the past week? (WORKRLT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable1266.9
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer120.7
-1) Don't know201.1
1) Yes, I did unpaid work33318.2
2) Yes, I did paid work1518.3
3) No118664.8
TOTAL1829100.0
79) Which of the following factors do you consider most important for getting a good job in (country)? (GETJOBF)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know231.3
1) Age502.7
2) Appearance120.7
3) Connections55930.6
4) Education36520.0
5) Hard work1166.3
6) Luck1015.5
7) Talent643.5
8) Professional abilities, work experience19610.7
9) Doing favors for the ‘right' people33618.4
10) Other70.4
TOTAL1829100.0
80) There are different opinions regarding the direction in which (country's) domestic politics are going. Which of the following would you personally agree with? (POLDIRN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer512.8
-1) Don't know34318.8
1) Politics is definitely going in the wrong direction945.1
2) Politics is going mainly in the wrong direction1669.1
3) Politics does not change at all49527.1
4) Politics is going mainly in the right direction44524.3
5) Politics is definitely going in the right direction23212.7
TOTAL1829100.0
81) Using this card, please tell me, overall, how well do you think TV journalists in (country) inform the population about what is actually going on in (country)? (QUALINF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer120.7
-1) Don't know1236.7
1) Very poorly1789.7
2) Quite poorly18610.2
3) In the middle49427.0
4) Quite well60733.2
5) Very well22812.5
TOTAL1829100.0
82) How strongly do you agree or disagree with the opinion that, overall, TV journalists in (country) are serving interests of people like you? (TVSRVPP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer90.5
-1) Don't know1417.7
1) Completely disagree21411.7
2) Somewhat disagree23412.8
3) Neutral44724.4
4) Somewhat agree59832.7
5) Completely agree18610.2
TOTAL1829100.0
83) I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a five-point scale, where ‘1' means ‘Fully distrust', and ‘5' means ‘Fully trust.' [INTERVIEWER: ROTATE THE SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS. CIRCLE BELOW CODE OF THE SOCIAL INSTITUTION YOU START WITH.] (ROTCODE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.8
1) 194351.6
17) 1787247.7
TOTAL1829100.0
84) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): healthcare system. (TRUHLTH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.5
-2) Refuses to answer20.1
-1) Don't know120.7
1) Fully distrust32517.8
2) Somewhat distrust29916.3
3) Neither trust nor distrust27314.9
4) Somewhat trust67536.9
5) Fully trust23412.8
TOTAL1829100.0
85) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): banks. (TRUBNK)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuses to answer30.2
-1) Don't know985.4
1) Fully distrust23813.0
2) Somewhat distrust25714.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust45024.6
4) Somewhat trust59032.3
5) Fully trust18810.3
TOTAL1829100.0
86) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): educational system. (TRUEDU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuses to answer20.1
-1) Don't know372.0
1) Fully distrust1739.5
2) Somewhat distrust21311.6
3) Neither trust nor distrust29216.0
4) Somewhat trust79843.6
5) Fully trust31117.0
TOTAL1829100.0
87) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): army. (TRUARMY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuses to answer20.1
-1) Don't know331.8
1) Fully distrust362.0
2) Somewhat distrust351.9
3) Neither trust nor distrust1689.2
4) Somewhat trust64635.3
5) Fully trust90749.6
TOTAL1829100.0
88) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): court system. (TRUCRTS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuses to answer50.3
-1) Don't know22512.3
1) Fully distrust29316.0
2) Somewhat distrust30016.4
3) Neither trust nor distrust48226.4
4) Somewhat trust31617.3
5) Fully trust20611.3
TOTAL1829100.0
89) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): NGOs. (TRUNGO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.3
-1) Don't know49727.2
1) Fully distrust1297.1
2) Somewhat distrust19010.4
3) Neither trust nor distrust57231.3
4) Somewhat trust30316.6
5) Fully trust1327.2
TOTAL1829100.0
90) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): parliament. (TRUPAR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know683.7
1) Fully distrust25413.9
2) Somewhat distrust21411.7
3) Neither trust nor distrust42423.2
4) Somewhat trust58532.0
5) Fully trust27915.3
TOTAL1829100.0
91) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): executive government (Prime minister and ministers). (TRUEXC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know774.2
1) Fully distrust20111.0
2) Somewhat distrust1689.2
3) Neither trust nor distrust42923.5
4) Somewhat trust62134.0
5) Fully trust32918.0
TOTAL1829100.0
92) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): president. (TRUPRS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuses to answer90.5
-1) Don't know341.9
1) Fully distrust884.8
2) Somewhat distrust351.9
3) Neither trust nor distrust1538.4
4) Somewhat trust43823.9
5) Fully trust107058.5
TOTAL1829100.0
93) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): police. (TRUPOL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know412.2
1) Fully distrust1659.0
2) Somewhat distrust25213.8
3) Neither trust nor distrust52128.5
4) Somewhat trust53829.4
5) Fully trust30516.7
TOTAL1829100.0
94) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): political parties. (TRUPPS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer70.4
-1) Don't know28815.7
1) Fully distrust37420.4
2) Somewhat distrust37220.3
3) Neither trust nor distrust50327.5
4) Somewhat trust20010.9
5) Fully trust814.4
TOTAL1829100.0
95) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): media. (TRUMEDI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know1096.0
1) Fully distrust1709.3
2) Somewhat distrust19010.4
3) Neither trust nor distrust53829.4
4) Somewhat trust61933.8
5) Fully trust19910.9
TOTAL1829100.0
96) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): local government. (TRULOCG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.3
-1) Don't know543.0
1) Fully distrust31417.2
2) Somewhat distrust39421.5
3) Neither trust nor distrust41222.5
4) Somewhat trust41922.9
5) Fully trust22912.5
TOTAL1829100.0
97) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): religious institutions to which you belong. (TRURELI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer221.2
-1) Don't know23412.8
1) Fully distrust1246.8
2) Somewhat distrust1216.6
3) Neither trust nor distrust43023.5
4) Somewhat trust54229.6
5) Fully trust35419.4
TOTAL1829100.0
98) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): Ombudsman. (TRUSOMB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer261.4
-1) Don't know48626.6
1) Fully distrust20010.9
2) Somewhat distrust22112.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust49527.1
4) Somewhat trust26414.4
5) Fully trust1347.3
TOTAL1829100.0
99) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): European Union. (TRUSTEU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer100.5
-1) Don't know36419.9
1) Fully distrust19110.4
2) Somewhat distrust23312.7
3) Neither trust nor distrust48226.4
4) Somewhat trust33318.2
5) Fully trust21511.8
TOTAL1829100.0
100) Please tell me how much do you trust or distrust (country's): United Nations. (TRUSTUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer130.7
-1) Don't know37220.3
1) Fully distrust23512.8
2) Somewhat distrust25113.7
3) Neither trust nor distrust46125.2
4) Somewhat trust32217.6
5) Fully trust1749.5
TOTAL1829100.0
101) What do you think is the most important issue facing (country) at the moment? (IMPISS1)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know40.2
1) Unaffordability of healthcare331.8
2) Corruption1146.2
3) Unfairness of courts40.2
4) Unfairness of elections60.3
5) Violation of human rights362.0
6) Unemployment34618.9
8) Lack of peace in the country120.7
9) Low pensions1317.2
10) Political instability in the country30.2
11) Poverty1468.0
12) Violation of property rights70.4
13) Low quality of education191.0
14) Relations with Russia10.1
15) Rising prices / Inflation492.7
16) Unsolved territorial conflicts81644.6
17) Low wages874.8
18) Religious intolerance10.1
19) Other140.8
TOTAL1829100.0
102) And tell me the second most important issue facing (country) at the moment. (IMPISS2)
TOTAL%
-5) Nothing else is important311.7
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know191.0
1) Unaffordability of healthcare613.3
2) Corruption1598.7
3) Unfairness of courts80.4
4) Unfairness of elections40.2
5) Violation of human rights271.5
6) Unemployment42423.2
7) Not having NATO membership40.2
8) Lack of peace in the country120.7
9) Low pensions1568.5
10) Political instability in the country30.2
11) Poverty30916.9
12) Violation of property rights150.8
13) Low quality of education392.1
14) Relations with Russia20.1
15) Rising prices / Inflation1568.5
16) Unsolved territorial conflicts21811.9
17) Low wages1598.7
18) Religious intolerance10.1
19) Other201.1
TOTAL1829100.0
103) When you get together with your close relatives and friends, how often do you discuss politics or current affairs? Please use this card, where ‘1' means ‘Never', and ‘10' means ‘Always.' (DISCPOL)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer291.6
-1) Don't know181.0
1) Never66136.1
2) 223713.0
3) 320511.2
4) 41327.2
5) 520411.2
6) 61005.5
7) 7975.3
8) 8764.2
9) 9211.1
10) Always492.7
TOTAL1829100.0
104) When you hold a strong opinion about a political issue, how often do you try to persuade your friends, relatives, or neighbors to share your views? (PERSOTH)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer382.1
-1) Don't know1357.4
1) Never66636.4
2) 21709.3
3) 31276.9
4) 4894.9
5) 522812.5
6) 61166.3
7) 7975.3
8) 8754.1
9) 9201.1
10) Always683.7
TOTAL1829100.0
105) Under the present government in (country), do you completely agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or completely disagree that people like yourself are treated fairly by the government? (FAIRTT)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer341.9
-1) Don't know1618.8
1) Completely disagree36820.1
2) Somewhat disagree37720.6
3) Somewhat agree65035.5
4) Completely agree23913.1
TOTAL1829100.0
106) In (country) today, do you think or not that people like yourself have the right to openly say what they think? (FREESPK)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer422.3
-1) Don't know22612.4
0) No70938.8
1) Yes85146.5
TOTAL1829100.0
107) Please tell me which of the following statements you agree with? Statement 1: People are like children; the government should take care of them like a parent. Statement 2: Government is like an employee; the people should be the bosses who control the government. (GOVTROL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer241.3
-1) Don't know1377.5
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 151027.9
2) Agree with Statement 170038.3
3) Agree with Statement 227515.0
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 2965.2
5) Agree with neither824.5
TOTAL1829100.0
108) On this card, you see two opposite views. How would you place your views on this scale? (COMPET)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer221.2
-1) Don't know1709.3
1) Competition is good. It stimulates people to work hard and develop new ideas.64035.0
2) 21538.4
3) 31146.2
4) 41055.7
5) 51799.8
6) 6985.4
7) 7633.4
8) 8543.0
9) 9583.2
10) Competition is harmful. It brings out the worst in people.1739.5
TOTAL1829100.0
109) And how would you place your views on this scale? (OWNRSH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer130.7
-1) Don't know24213.2
1) Private ownership of business should be increased39421.5
2) 2884.8
3) 3754.1
4) 4512.8
5) 51689.2
6) 61055.7
7) 71116.1
8) 81136.2
9) 91096.0
10) Government ownership of business should be increased35919.6
TOTAL1829100.0
110) Please tell me which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: The court system in (country) favors some citizens over others. Statement 2: The court system in /country/ treats all citizens equally, rather than favoring some over others. (OBJCOUR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer492.7
-1) Don't know40422.1
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 140822.3
2) Agree with Statement 153629.3
3) Agree with Statement 222012.0
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 2462.5
5) Agree with neither1669.1
TOTAL1829100.0
111) Which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: People should participate in protest actions against the government, as this shows the government that the people are in charge. Statement 2: People should not participate in protest actions against the government, as it threatens stability in our country. (PROTEST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer703.8
-1) Don't know30216.5
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 120811.4
2) Agree with Statement 134018.6
3) Agree with Statement 249226.9
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 226214.3
5) Agree with neither1508.2
TOTAL1829100.0
112) If presidential elections were held next Sunday, would you participate in the elections or not? (VOTPRCP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know1689.2
1) Certainly not participate1779.7
2) Most probably not participate24213.2
3) Most probably participate44324.2
4) Certainly participate79143.2
TOTAL1829100.0
113) Did you vote in the last national (type of election) election? (VOTELE)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuses to answer20.1
-1) Don't know211.1
0) No66136.1
1) Yes114562.6
TOTAL1829100.0
114) Would you say that the most recent /type of election/ election was conducted…? (ELCOND)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer482.6
-1) Don't know68237.3
1) Not at all fairly31217.1
2) To some extent fairly44324.2
3) Completely fairly33918.5
TOTAL1829100.0
115) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: always obey laws? (ICITLAW)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know764.2
1) Not important at all90.5
2) 270.4
3) 3160.9
4) 4291.6
5) 5804.4
6) 6522.8
7) 7945.1
8) 81528.3
9) 91548.4
10) Extremely important115263.0
TOTAL1829100.0
116) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: support the government on every occasion? (ICITGOV)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer150.8
-1) Don't know1498.1
1) Not important at all1538.4
2) 2502.7
3) 3643.5
4) 4945.1
5) 522412.2
6) 6945.1
7) 71206.6
8) 81427.8
9) 91317.2
10) Extremely important59332.4
TOTAL1829100.0
117) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: vote in elections? (ICITVOT)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer150.8
-1) Don't know1096.0
1) Not important at all482.6
2) 2170.9
3) 3251.4
4) 4211.1
5) 51387.5
6) 6713.9
7) 71085.9
8) 81739.5
9) 91689.2
10) Extremely important93651.2
TOTAL1829100.0
118) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: follow traditions? (ICITRAD)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know754.1
1) Not important at all532.9
2) 270.4
3) 3120.7
4) 4291.6
5) 51216.6
6) 6522.8
7) 71347.3
8) 819410.6
9) 921311.6
10) Extremely important93050.8
TOTAL1829100.0
119) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: do volunteer work meeting the needs of the community without expecting any compensation? (IMPGCVW)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know22112.1
1) Not important at all18410.1
2) 2301.6
3) 3532.9
4) 4543.0
5) 522612.4
6) 61327.2
7) 719510.7
8) 819810.8
9) 91025.6
10) Extremely important41822.9
TOTAL1829100.0
120) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: support people who are worse off than themselves? (ICITHLP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer181.0
-1) Don't know1226.7
1) Not important at all1307.1
2) 2211.1
3) 3392.1
4) 4382.1
5) 51709.3
6) 6965.2
7) 71789.7
8) 822312.2
9) 91749.5
10) Extremely important62033.9
TOTAL1829100.0
121) Using this card, where ‘1' means ‘Not important at all' and ‘10' means ‘Extremely important,' please tell me, in your opinion, how important it is for a good citizen to: be critical towards the government? (ICITOPP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer341.9
-1) Don't know27415.0
1) Not important at all40021.9
2) 21357.4
3) 31206.6
4) 41156.3
5) 530816.8
6) 6764.2
7) 7955.2
8) 8814.4
9) 9321.7
10) Extremely important1598.7
TOTAL1829100.0
122) How likely is it that you will participate in the following activities organized by an NGO, aimed to raise government's awareness of the problem of affordability of high-quality healthcare for the citizens of (country): sign a petition? (HLPETIT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer412.2
-1) Don't know23913.1
1) Not at all likely58231.8
2) 2975.3
3) 3854.6
4) 4864.7
5) 522612.4
6) 6894.9
7) 7723.9
8) 8734.0
9) 9331.8
10) Very likely20511.2
TOTAL1829100.0
123) How likely is it that you will participate in the following activities organized by an NGO, aimed to raise government's awareness of the problem of affordability of high-quality healthcare for the citizens of (country): attend a rally? (HLRALLY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer472.6
-1) Don't know20611.3
1) Not at all likely94451.6
2) 21216.6
3) 3794.3
4) 4975.3
5) 51729.4
6) 6512.8
7) 7412.2
8) 8251.4
9) 950.3
10) Very likely392.1
TOTAL1829100.0
124) How likely is it that you will participate in the following activities organized by an NGO, aimed to raise government's awareness of the problem of affordability of high-quality healthcare for the citizens of (country): go door to door informing people about the problem? (HLCAMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer412.2
-1) Don't know21411.7
1) Not at all likely90349.4
2) 21156.3
3) 3935.1
4) 4884.8
5) 520211.0
6) 6372.0
7) 7402.2
8) 8392.1
9) 970.4
10) Very likely492.7
TOTAL1829100.0
125) How likely is it that you will participate in the following activities organized by an NGO, aimed to raise government's awareness of the problem of affordability of high-quality healthcare for the citizens of (country): donate money to the NGO? (HLMONEY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer512.8
-1) Don't know26414.4
1) Not at all likely95752.3
2) 21568.5
3) 31045.7
4) 4683.7
5) 51498.1
6) 6241.3
7) 7191.0
8) 8130.7
9) 940.2
10) Very likely170.9
TOTAL1829100.0
126) In your opinion, how much of a democracy is (country) today? (CNTRDEM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know21311.6
1) Not a democracy27114.8
2) A democracy but with major problems47926.2
3) A democracy but with minor problems54729.9
4) A full democracy30116.5
TOTAL1829100.0
127) Which of these three statements is closest to your own opinion? (ATTDEM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer221.2
-1) Don't know23212.7
1) Democracy is preferable to any other kind of government113161.8
2) In some circumstances, a non-democratic government can be preferable1146.2
3) For someone like me, it doesn't matter what kind of government32817.9
TOTAL1829100.0
128) Using a scale of 1 to 5, where ‘1' means no support and ‘5' means your full support, to what extent would you support (country's) membership in NATO? (NATOSUP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know32017.5
1) Don't support at all1176.4
2) Rather not support1427.8
3) Equally support and don't support39921.8
4) Rather support42223.1
5) Fully support42523.2
TOTAL1829100.0
129) Using the same card, please tell me to what extent would you support (country's) membership in the European Union? (EUSUPP)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know29115.9
1) Don't support at all1035.6
2) Rather not support1186.5
3) Equally support and don't support40322.0
4) Rather support42623.3
5) Fully support48226.4
TOTAL1829100.0
130) In your opinion, which country is currently the biggest friend of (country)? (FNDCNTR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer50.3
-1) Don't know532.9
1) USA20.1
2) No one241.3
3) Azerbaijan10.1
5) Russia362.0
8) Turkey168892.3
9) Ukraine50.3
15) Germany40.2
24) Georgia20.1
27) Iran10.1
35) Pakistan50.3
44) Hungary20.1
45) North Cyprus10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
131) In your opinion, which country is currently the biggest enemy of (country)? (ENEMYCN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know120.7
1) USA40.2
2) No one10.1
5) Russia744.0
8) Turkey10.1
17) Israel30.2
23) Armenia167091.3
27) Iran623.4
98) All countries10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
132) Which of the words from this card best describes your attitude toward Joseph Stalin? (STLN1)
TOTAL%
-5) I do not know who Stalin is36620.0
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer201.1
-1) Don't know1236.7
1) Admiration271.5
2) Respect25113.7
3) Sympathy1156.3
4) Indifference26814.7
5) Antipathy, irritation1287.0
6) Fear21511.8
7) Disgust, hatred31517.2
TOTAL1829100.0
133) Would you like to live and work in a country ruled by the person like Stalin? (STLN2)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error80.4
-2) Refuse to answer120.7
-1) Don't know1488.1
1) Definitely yes703.8
2) Probably yes1427.8
3) Probably no34318.8
4) Definitely no74040.5
TOTAL1829100.0
134) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement: ‘Stalin was a wise leader who brought power and prosperity to the Soviet Union.' (STLN3_1)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer331.8
-1) Don't know22812.5
1) Completely disagree34819.0
2) Mostly disagree22512.3
3) Mostly agree36920.2
4) Completely agree25814.1
TOTAL1829100.0
135) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement: ‘For all Stalin's mistakes and misdeeds, the most important thing is that under his leadership the Soviet people won the Great Patriotic War.' (STLN3_2)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know1347.3
1) Completely disagree1276.9
2) Mostly disagree1166.3
3) Mostly agree55230.2
4) Completely agree50527.6
TOTAL1829100.0
136) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement: ‘Stalin was a cruel, inhuman tyrant, responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent people.' (STLN3_3)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer432.4
-1) Don't know20611.3
1) Completely disagree834.5
2) Mostly disagree1106.0
3) Mostly agree35519.4
4) Completely agree66436.3
TOTAL1829100.0
137) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement: ‘Our people will always have need of a leader like Stalin, who will come and restore order.' (STLN3_4)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer573.1
-1) Don't know21611.8
1) Completely disagree71839.3
2) Mostly disagree20111.0
3) Mostly agree1699.2
4) Completely agree985.4
TOTAL1829100.0
138) Which of the following opinions about Stalin's acts of repression would you agree with most? [CIRCLE THE TYPE OF THE SHOW CARD] (ST4_SCT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error181.0
1) Type A78142.7
2) Type B66436.3
TOTAL1829100.0
139) Which of the following opinions about Stalin's acts of repression would you agree with most? (STLN4)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-5) I do not know about repressions1136.2
-3) Interviewer error281.5
-2) Refuse to answer281.5
-1) Don't know1719.3
1) It was a political crime, these acts of repression cannot be justified.84246.0
2) These repressions were politically necessary, they were justified taking into consideration the historical circumstances.28115.4
TOTAL1829100.0
140) In your opinion, can the sacrifices of the Soviet people under the rule of Stalin be justified by the results achieved in the short period of time? (STLN5)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer331.8
-1) Don't know26514.5
1) Definitely justified,995.4
2) Justified to a certain extent,31717.3
3) Definitely cannot be justified?74540.7
TOTAL1829100.0
141) There are a number of ethnic groups living in (country). Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of? (ETHNIC)
TOTAL%
2) Azerbaijani169092.4
4) Other Caucasian1156.3
5) Russian140.8
6) Other ethnicity100.5
TOTAL1829100.0
142) Starting with elementary school and counting up to the highest level of education you have achieved to date, how many years of study have you completed? (EDUYRS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error221.2
0) 0170.9
1) 130.2
2) 280.4
3) 3140.8
4) 4181.0
5) 5120.7
6) 660.3
7) 7160.9
8) 8904.9
9) 9723.9
10) 1059632.6
11) 1135219.2
12) 121015.5
13) 131176.4
14) 141085.9
15) 1522412.2
16) 16201.1
17) 17231.3
18) 1850.3
19) 1930.2
20) 2010.1
22) 2210.1
TOTAL1829100.0
143) Using this card, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your knowledge in the following: Russian. (KNOWRUS)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know30.2
1) No basic knowledge55930.6
2) Beginner49827.2
3) Intermediate52628.8
4) Advanced24013.1
TOTAL1829100.0
144) Using this card, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your knowledge in the following: English. (KNOWENG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know90.5
1) No basic knowledge141877.5
2) Beginner24113.2
3) Intermediate1367.4
4) Advanced201.1
TOTAL1829100.0
145) Using this card, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your knowledge in the following: computer (Microsoft Office programs, excluding games). (COMPABL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know80.4
1) No basic knowledge134173.3
2) Beginner20811.4
3) Intermediate21011.5
4) Advanced532.9
TOTAL1829100.0
146) How often do you use the Internet? (FRQINTR)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer80.4
-1) Don't know844.6
1) Every day1729.4
2) At least once a week1357.4
3) At least once a month452.5
4) Less often794.3
5) Never108259.2
6) I don't know what the Internet is22412.2
TOTAL1829100.0
147) What is the main reason why you do not use the Internet? (NOINTY)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip74740.8
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-1) Don't know40.2
1) I don't have a phone line or modem or way to connect.20111.0
2) I don't know how to use it.1498.1
3) I am not interested in / I do not want to use the Internet.26314.4
4) I do not have access to computer.442.4
5) I am concerned using the Internet would be a threat to my privacy221.2
6) The Internet is too expensive.271.5
8) I don't have time.603.3
9) The Internet is distasteful or immoral.130.7
10) I do not need the Internet.27715.1
11) There is no access to the Internet in my settlement.80.4
12) Other110.6
TOTAL1829100.0
148) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: receive/send emails? (INTACEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned28515.6
1) Mentioned1377.5
TOTAL1829100.0
149) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: use social networking sites (e.g. Odnoklassniki, Facebook, Myspace, etc.)? (INTASCN)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned22312.2
1) Mentioned20311.1
TOTAL1829100.0
150) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: use Skype (for instant messaging and for calls)? (INTASKY)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned31817.4
1) Mentioned1085.9
TOTAL1829100.0
151) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: use instant messenger other than Skype (ICQ, MSN, etc.)? (INTAMSG)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned39321.5
1) Mentioned331.8
TOTAL1829100.0
152) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: engage in forum discussions? (INTACFD)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned40121.9
1) Mentioned251.4
TOTAL1829100.0
153) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: write a blog/read other's blogs? (INTACBL)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned41722.8
1) Mentioned90.5
TOTAL1829100.0
154) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: search for information (Google, Wiki, etc)? (INTACIN)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned1789.7
1) Mentioned24813.6
TOTAL1829100.0
155) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: shop? (INTACSH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned40622.2
1) Mentioned181.0
TOTAL1829100.0
156) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: read / listen to / watch the news apart from social networking sites? (INTACNW)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned35919.6
1) Mentioned673.7
TOTAL1829100.0
157) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: download / listen to / watch music/videos/movies? (INTACEN)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned27314.9
1) Mentioned1538.4
TOTAL1829100.0
158) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: play online games? (INTACGM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned37120.3
1) Mentioned553.0
TOTAL1829100.0
159) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: visit dating websites? (INTACDW)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned40522.1
1) Mentioned211.1
TOTAL1829100.0
160) Which of the following do you do most frequently when you are browsing the Internet: other? (INTACOT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139876.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
0) Not mentioned41222.5
1) Mentioned140.8
TOTAL1829100.0
161) Which foreign language, if any, do you think should be mandatory in secondary schools of (country)? (FLMANDS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know995.4
1) No foreign language should be mandatory36520.0
2) English95752.3
3) Russian37520.5
4) Other foreign language291.6
TOTAL1829100.0
162) In your opinion, how has the quality of education in (country's) public secondary schools changed during the last five years? (QUALSCH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know1759.6
1) Worsened a lot703.8
2) Worsened38020.8
3) Remained the same48826.7
4) Improved63334.6
5) Improved a lot774.2
TOTAL1829100.0
163) What do you think is the ideal number of children per family in (country)? (IDEALCH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know553.0
0) 010.1
1) 1734.0
2) 283845.8
3) 346825.6
4) 430416.6
5) 5593.2
6) 6120.7
7) 730.2
8) 830.2
9) 910.1
10) 1050.3
12) 1210.1
13) 1310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
164) Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself belong to? (RELGNEW)
TOTAL%
-5) None40.2
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer130.7
-1) Don't know20.1
3) Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church30.2
4) Protestant Church40.2
5) Other Christian Church or group70.4
6) Sunni Islam472.6
7) Shia Islam26514.5
8) Islam148080.9
9) Judaism20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
165) How important is religion in your daily life? (RELIMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip191.0
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know241.3
1) Not at all important382.1
2) Not very important30716.8
3) Rather important85646.8
4) Very important58231.8
TOTAL1829100.0
166) Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? (RELSERV)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip191.0
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know40.2
1) Every day351.9
2) More than once a week100.5
3) Once a week362.0
4) At least once a month1075.9
5) Only on special holidays62534.2
6) Less often49226.9
7) Never49727.2
TOTAL1829100.0
167) How often do you fast when it is required by your religious traditions? (RELFAST)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip191.0
-5) Fasting is not required in my religion211.1
-2) Refuse to answer70.4
-1) Don't know30.2
1) Always fast1578.6
2) Often fast1116.1
3) Sometimes fast26414.4
4) Rarely fast35619.5
5) Never fast89148.7
TOTAL1829100.0
168) Overall, how religious would you say you are? (RLGIOUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error201.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know271.5
1) Not at all religious1457.9
2) 21236.7
3) 328415.5
4) 423813.0
5) 542423.2
6) 619310.6
7) 71397.6
8) 81146.2
9) 9402.2
10) Very religious804.4
TOTAL1829100.0
169) About how often do you personally have contact with members of the following religious groups: Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church? (ARDA12)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know894.9
1) Never or almost never122867.1
2) A few times each year27815.2
3) A few times each month925.0
4) A few times each week723.9
5) Every day412.2
TOTAL1829100.0
170) About how often do you personally have contact with members of the following religious groups: Judaism? (ARDA13)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer281.5
-1) Don't know1337.3
1) Never or almost never137875.3
2) A few times each year18910.3
3) A few times each month442.4
4) A few times each week321.7
5) Every day221.2
TOTAL1829100.0
171) About how often do you personally have contact with members of the following religious groups: Shia Muslims? (ARDA14)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer140.8
-1) Don't know945.1
1) Never or almost never1498.1
2) A few times each year1729.4
3) A few times each month854.6
4) A few times each week1457.9
5) Every day116663.8
TOTAL1829100.0
172) About how often do you personally have contact with members of the following religious groups: Sunni Muslims? (ARDA15)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know1649.0
1) Never or almost never1488.1
2) A few times each year22112.1
3) A few times each month18310.0
4) A few times each week1779.7
5) Every day91550.0
TOTAL1829100.0
173) About how often do you personally have contact with members of the following religious groups: atheists? (ARDA16)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer543.0
-1) Don't know38320.9
1) Never or almost never94051.4
2) A few times each year1317.2
3) A few times each month553.0
4) A few times each week563.1
5) Every day20811.4
TOTAL1829100.0
174) How would you react if a family member did business with a member of the following religious group: Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church? (ARDA22)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer261.4
-1) Don't know844.6
1) Strongly object35219.2
2) Somewhat object904.9
3) Object a little1136.2
4) Not object at all116363.6
TOTAL1829100.0
175) How would you react if a family member did business with a member of the following religious group: Judaism? (ARDA23)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer231.3
-1) Don't know965.2
1) Strongly object42823.4
2) Somewhat object1075.9
3) Object a little1186.5
4) Not object at all105657.7
TOTAL1829100.0
176) How would you react if a family member did business with a member of the following religious group: Shia Muslims? (ARDA24)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer170.9
-1) Don't know573.1
1) Strongly object291.6
2) Somewhat object713.9
3) Object a little442.4
4) Not object at all161088.0
TOTAL1829100.0
177) How would you react if a family member did business with a member of the following religious group: Sunni Muslims? (ARDA25)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer201.1
-1) Don't know452.5
1) Strongly object341.9
2) Somewhat object623.4
3) Object a little764.2
4) Not object at all159187.0
TOTAL1829100.0
178) How would you react if a family member did business with a member of the following religious group: atheists? (ARDA26)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know1166.3
1) Strongly object57331.3
2) Somewhat object20311.1
3) Object a little814.4
4) Not object at all82545.1
TOTAL1829100.0
179) How would you react if a family member married a member of the following religious group: Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church? (ARDA32)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know392.1
1) Strongly object139076.0
2) Somewhat object19110.4
3) Object a little774.2
4) Not object at all1055.7
TOTAL1829100.0
180) How would you react if a family member married a member of the following religious group: Judaism? (ARDA33)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer281.5
-1) Don't know462.5
1) Strongly object142177.7
2) Somewhat object1809.8
3) Object a little623.4
4) Not object at all904.9
TOTAL1829100.0
181) How would you react if a family member married a member of the following religious group: Shia Muslim? (ARDA34)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer140.8
-1) Don't know583.2
1) Strongly object271.5
2) Somewhat object653.6
3) Object a little673.7
4) Not object at all159887.4
TOTAL1829100.0
182) How would you react if a family member married a member of the following religious group: Sunni Muslim? (ARDA35)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer181.0
-1) Don't know543.0
1) Strongly object452.5
2) Somewhat object1015.5
3) Object a little1116.1
4) Not object at all149982.0
TOTAL1829100.0
183) How would you react if a family member married a member of the following religious group: atheists? (ARDA36)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer442.4
-1) Don't know945.1
1) Strongly object107358.7
2) Somewhat object1588.6
3) Object a little854.6
4) Not object at all37520.5
TOTAL1829100.0
184) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God is angered by my sins. (ARDA41)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer563.1
-1) Don't know18810.3
1) Strongly disagree965.2
2) Disagree1276.9
3) Undecided30116.5
4) Agree58331.9
5) Strongly agree47826.1
TOTAL1829100.0
185) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God rewards the faithful with major successes. (ARDA42)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer291.6
-1) Don't know1156.3
1) Strongly disagree160.9
2) Disagree382.1
3) Undecided21311.6
4) Agree63834.9
5) Strongly agree78042.6
TOTAL1829100.0
186) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God punishes sinners with terrible woes. (ARDA43)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer362.0
-1) Don't know1769.6
1) Strongly disagree502.7
2) Disagree1176.4
3) Undecided29616.2
4) Agree61333.5
5) Strongly agree54029.5
TOTAL1829100.0
187) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God clearly shows the difference between right and wrong. (ARDA44)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer301.6
-1) Don't know1146.2
1) Strongly disagree201.1
2) Disagree442.4
3) Undecided23612.9
4) Agree71038.8
5) Strongly agree67236.7
TOTAL1829100.0
188) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God is directly involved in world affairs. (ARDA45)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer321.7
-1) Don't know1337.3
1) Strongly disagree904.9
2) Disagree884.8
3) Undecided25213.8
4) Agree56130.7
5) Strongly agree67336.8
TOTAL1829100.0
189) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about God: God is directly involved in my affairs. (ARDA46)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer583.2
-1) Don't know23913.1
1) Strongly disagree28915.8
2) Disagree1347.3
3) Undecided38120.8
4) Agree38421.0
5) Strongly agree34418.8
TOTAL1829100.0
190) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: distant? (ARDA51)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know1025.6
1) Not at all75341.2
2) Not very well21711.9
3) Undecided23612.9
4) Somewhat well27615.1
5) Very well21811.9
TOTAL1829100.0
191) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: ever present? (ARDA52)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-2) Refuse to answer150.8
-1) Don't know251.4
1) Not at all50.3
2) Not very well40.2
3) Undecided291.6
4) Somewhat well1739.5
5) Very well157686.2
TOTAL1829100.0
192) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: forgiving? (ARDA53)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer191.0
-1) Don't know181.0
1) Not at all70.4
2) Not very well10.1
3) Undecided321.7
4) Somewhat well1779.7
5) Very well157486.1
TOTAL1829100.0
193) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: loving? (ARDA54)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer170.9
-1) Don't know251.4
1) Not at all40.2
2) Not very well40.2
3) Undecided412.2
4) Somewhat well1789.7
5) Very well155985.2
TOTAL1829100.0
194) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: punishing? (ARDA55)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer271.5
-1) Don't know663.6
1) Not at all1397.6
2) Not very well1548.4
3) Undecided33618.4
4) Somewhat well33718.4
5) Very well76541.8
TOTAL1829100.0
195) How well do you feel that each of the following words describes God: wrathful? (ARDA56)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer372.0
-1) Don't know1015.5
1) Not at all52228.5
2) Not very well20211.0
3) Undecided38120.8
4) Somewhat well28515.6
5) Very well29616.2
TOTAL1829100.0
196) If you had a chance, would you leave (country) for a certain period of time to live somewhere else? (MIGSHRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know261.4
0) No98653.9
1) Yes81644.6
TOTAL1829100.0
197) If you had a chance, would you leave (country) forever to live somewhere else? (EMIGRAT)
TOTAL%
-1) Don't know452.5
0) No144579.0
1) Yes33918.5
TOTAL1829100.0
198) Have you or any member of your household been in a situation during the last 12 months when you/they had to pay a bribe in order to get a service or to obtain preferential treatment or consideration? (PAYBRIB)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer522.8
-1) Don't know1146.2
0) No129070.5
1) Yes37320.4
TOTAL1829100.0
199) What is household member's relationship to the respondent: first member? (HH1REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household754.1
-3) Interviewer error301.6
2) Spouse92150.4
3) Son/daughter23312.7
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law46125.2
5) Sister/brother522.8
6) Grandmother/grandfather150.8
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law60.3
8) Grandchild70.4
9) Other person relative to household head231.3
10) Other person not relative to household head60.3
TOTAL1829100.0
200) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: second member? (HH2REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error221.2
2) Spouse1588.6
3) Son/daughter75541.3
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law35019.1
5) Sister/brother1065.8
6) Grandmother/grandfather60.3
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law744.0
8) Grandchild150.8
9) Other person relative to household head462.5
10) Other person not relative to household head50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
201) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: third member? (HH3REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error150.8
2) Spouse1156.3
3) Son/daughter56831.1
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law1065.8
5) Sister/brother1417.7
6) Grandmother/grandfather70.4
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law1266.9
8) Grandchild663.6
9) Other person relative to household head784.3
10) Other person not relative to household head20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
202) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: fourth member? (HH4REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household110560.4
-3) Interviewer error60.3
2) Spouse241.3
3) Son/daughter33118.1
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law241.3
5) Sister/brother754.1
6) Grandmother/grandfather60.3
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law543.0
8) Grandchild1337.3
9) Other person relative to household head683.7
10) Other person not relative to household head30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
203) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: fifth member? (HH5REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household144178.8
-3) Interviewer error10.1
2) Spouse40.2
3) Son/daughter1407.7
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law40.2
5) Sister/brother301.6
6) Grandmother/grandfather40.2
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law231.3
8) Grandchild1236.7
9) Other person relative to household head573.1
10) Other person not relative to household head20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
204) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: sixth member? (HH6REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
2) Spouse30.2
3) Son/daughter563.1
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law10.1
5) Sister/brother70.4
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law100.5
8) Grandchild563.1
9) Other person relative to household head372.0
TOTAL1829100.0
205) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: seventh member? (HH7REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
3) Son/daughter241.3
5) Sister/brother30.2
7) Daughter-in-law/son-in-law10.1
8) Grandchild301.6
9) Other person relative to household head221.2
TOTAL1829100.0
206) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: eighth member? (HH8REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
3) Son/daughter160.9
8) Grandchild140.8
9) Other person relative to household head140.8
TOTAL1829100.0
207) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: ninth member? (HH9REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
3) Son/daughter50.3
8) Grandchild60.3
9) Other person relative to household head120.7
TOTAL1829100.0
208) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: 10th member? (HH10REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
3) Son/daughter10.1
8) Grandchild30.2
9) Other person relative to household head20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
209) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: 11th member? (HH11REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
3) Son/daughter10.1
8) Grandchild30.2
9) Other person relative to household head10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
210) What is next household member's relationship to the respondent: 12th member? (HH12REL)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
8) Grandchild20.1
9) Other person relative to household head10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
211) First member: gender (HH1SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household754.1
-3) Interviewer error90.5
1) Male113562.1
2) Female61033.4
TOTAL1829100.0
212) Second member: gender (HH2SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error20.1
1) Male72139.4
2) Female81444.5
TOTAL1829100.0
213) Third member: gender (HH3SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) Male45825.0
2) Female76241.7
TOTAL1829100.0
214) Fourth member: gender (HH4SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household110560.4
1) Male29616.2
2) Female42823.4
TOTAL1829100.0
215) Fifth member: gender (HH5SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household144178.8
1) Male1649.0
2) Female22412.2
TOTAL1829100.0
216) Sixth member: gender (HH6SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
1) Male734.0
2) Female975.3
TOTAL1829100.0
217) Seventh member: gender (HH7SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
1) Male412.2
2) Female392.1
TOTAL1829100.0
218) Eighth member: gender (HH8SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
1) Male120.7
2) Female321.7
TOTAL1829100.0
219) Ninth member: gender (HH9SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
1) Male110.6
2) Female120.7
TOTAL1829100.0
220) 10th member: gender (HH10SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
1) Male30.2
2) Female30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
221) 11th member: gender (HH11SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
1) Male20.1
2) Female30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
222) 12th member: gender (HH12SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
1) Male20.1
2) Female10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
223) Respondent's year of birth (RESDOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18291954.164173
224) First member: year of birth (HHM1DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18291883.121394
225) Second member: year of birth (HHM2DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18291658.844732
226) Third member: year of birth (HHM3DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18291324.687940
227) Fourth member: year of birth (HHM4DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829783.526978
228) Fifth member: year of birth (HHM5DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829419.2819
229) Sixth member: year of birth (HHM6DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
1935) 193510.1
1976) 197610.1
1980) 198020.1
1982) 198210.1
1983) 198310.1
1984) 198410.1
1986) 198610.1
1987) 198740.2
1988) 198820.1
1989) 198910.1
1990) 199050.3
1992) 199210.1
1994) 199430.2
1995) 199520.1
1996) 199640.2
1997) 199760.3
1998) 199830.2
1999) 199950.3
2000) 200070.4
2001) 200150.3
2002) 200240.2
2003) 200360.3
2004) 200460.3
2005) 200590.5
2006) 200680.4
2007) 2007110.6
2008) 2008120.7
2009) 2009160.9
2010) 2010160.9
2011) 2011160.9
2012) 2012100.5
TOTAL1829100.0
230) Seventh member: year of birth (HHM7DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
1979) 197910.1
1985) 198510.1
1987) 198710.1
1988) 198810.1
1990) 199010.1
1991) 199110.1
1992) 199210.1
1993) 199310.1
1995) 199510.1
1996) 199620.1
1997) 199710.1
1998) 199830.2
1999) 199920.1
2000) 200040.2
2001) 200110.1
2002) 200230.2
2003) 200310.1
2004) 200410.1
2005) 200540.2
2006) 200620.1
2007) 200730.2
2008) 200890.5
2009) 200990.5
2010) 201080.4
2011) 2011120.7
2012) 201260.3
TOTAL1829100.0
231) Eighth member: year of birth (HHM8DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
1993) 199310.1
1995) 199510.1
1997) 199720.1
2000) 200030.2
2001) 200110.1
2003) 200310.1
2004) 200440.2
2005) 200540.2
2006) 200610.1
2007) 200720.1
2008) 200840.2
2009) 200950.3
2010) 201040.2
2011) 201130.2
2012) 201280.4
TOTAL1829100.0
232) Ninth member: year of birth (HHM9DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
1998) 199810.1
2001) 200120.1
2003) 200320.1
2005) 200530.2
2006) 200610.1
2007) 200720.1
2008) 200830.2
2009) 200920.1
2010) 201020.1
2011) 201130.2
2012) 201220.1
TOTAL1829100.0
233) 10th member: year of birth (HHM10DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
2003) 200310.1
2006) 200620.1
2007) 200710.1
2010) 201010.1
2012) 201210.1
TOTAL1829100.0
234) 11th member: year of birth (HHM11DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
2004) 200410.1
2007) 200710.1
2011) 201120.1
2012) 201210.1
TOTAL1829100.0
235) 12th member: year of birth (HHM12DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
2009) 200910.1
2012) 201220.1
TOTAL1829100.0
236) Respondent's place of birth (RESPOB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted94351.6
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country39521.6
3) In a settlement in another region of the country41622.7
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union693.8
5) Outside the former Soviet Union50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
237) First member: place of birth (HH1POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household754.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted95552.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country35619.5
3) In a settlement in another region of the country37520.5
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union643.5
5) Outside the former Soviet Union30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
238) Second member: place of birth (HH2POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error30.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted97553.3
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country27214.9
3) In a settlement in another region of the country23412.8
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union522.8
5) Outside the former Soviet Union10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
239) Third member: place of birth (HH3POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted86847.5
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country19810.8
3) In a settlement in another region of the country1327.2
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union201.1
5) Outside the former Soviet Union20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
240) Fourth member: place of birth (HH4POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household110560.4
-3) Interviewer error30.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted55530.3
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country965.2
3) In a settlement in another region of the country613.3
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union90.5
TOTAL1829100.0
241) Fifth member: place of birth (HH5POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household144178.8
-3) Interviewer error10.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted32117.6
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country422.3
3) In a settlement in another region of the country191.0
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
242) Sixth member: place of birth (HH6POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted1427.8
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country181.0
3) In a settlement in another region of the country90.5
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
243) Seventh member: place of birth (HH7POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted653.6
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country110.6
3) In a settlement in another region of the country20.1
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
244) Eighth member: place of birth (HH8POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted362.0
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country60.3
3) In a settlement in another region of the country10.1
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
245) Ninth member: place of birth (HH9POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
-3) Interviewer error10.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted181.0
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country40.2
TOTAL1829100.0
246) 10th member: place of birth (HH10POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted40.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
247) 11th member: place of birth (HH11POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted40.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
248) 12th member: place of birth (HH12POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted20.1
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
249) What is the highest level of education you have completed? (RESPEDU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error231.3
1) No primary education221.2
2) Primary education522.8
3) Incomplete secondary education18710.2
4) Completed secondary education92950.8
5) Secondary technical education25213.8
6) Incomplete higher education492.7
7) Completed higher education31517.2
TOTAL1829100.0
250) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: first member? (HH1EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household754.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
1) No primary education351.9
2) Primary education452.5
3) Incomplete secondary education1729.4
4) Completed secondary education95452.2
5) Secondary technical education22112.1
6) Incomplete higher education261.4
7) Completed higher education29816.3
8) Post-graduate degree20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
251) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: second member? (HH2EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error80.4
1) No primary education1628.9
2) Primary education965.2
3) Incomplete secondary education25614.0
4) Completed secondary education67336.8
5) Secondary technical education1276.9
6) Incomplete higher education301.6
7) Completed higher education18510.1
TOTAL1829100.0
252) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: third member? (HH3EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error170.9
1) No primary education19110.4
2) Primary education1186.5
3) Incomplete secondary education24113.2
4) Completed secondary education45224.7
5) Secondary technical education955.2
6) Incomplete higher education281.5
7) Completed higher education824.5
TOTAL1829100.0
253) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: fourth member? (HH4EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household110560.4
-3) Interviewer error150.8
1) No primary education22512.3
2) Primary education874.8
3) Incomplete secondary education1417.7
4) Completed secondary education18710.2
5) Secondary technical education301.6
6) Incomplete higher education100.5
7) Completed higher education291.6
TOTAL1829100.0
254) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: fifth member? (HH5EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household144178.8
-3) Interviewer error50.3
1) No primary education1819.9
2) Primary education472.6
3) Incomplete secondary education683.7
4) Completed secondary education633.4
5) Secondary technical education100.5
6) Incomplete higher education60.3
7) Completed higher education80.4
TOTAL1829100.0
255) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: sixth member? (HH6EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) No primary education925.0
2) Primary education221.2
3) Incomplete secondary education301.6
4) Completed secondary education191.0
5) Secondary technical education10.1
6) Incomplete higher education10.1
7) Completed higher education10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
256) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: seventh member? (HH7EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
-3) Interviewer error30.2
1) No primary education492.7
2) Primary education60.3
3) Incomplete secondary education160.9
4) Completed secondary education50.3
5) Secondary technical education10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
257) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: eighth member? (HH8EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
-3) Interviewer error20.1
1) No primary education291.6
2) Primary education60.3
3) Incomplete secondary education60.3
5) Secondary technical education10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
258) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: ninth member? (HH9EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
1) No primary education150.8
2) Primary education50.3
3) Incomplete secondary education30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
259) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: 10th member? (HH10EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
1) No primary education50.3
2) Primary education10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
260) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: 11th member? (HH11EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
1) No primary education40.2
2) Primary education10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
261) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed: 12th member? (HH12EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
1) No primary education30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
262) Are you currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (RESEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.1
0) No116963.9
1) Yes65936.0
TOTAL1829100.0
263) Employed? First member (HH1EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip331.8
-5) No such member in household754.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
0) No91450.0
1) Yes80343.9
TOTAL1829100.0
264) Employed? Second member (HH2EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip30216.5
-5) No such member in household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error70.4
0) No77242.2
1) Yes45624.9
TOTAL1829100.0
265) Employed? Third member (HH3EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip39721.7
-5) No such member in household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error70.4
0) No60232.9
1) Yes21811.9
TOTAL1829100.0
266) Employed? Fourth member (HH4EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip39321.5
-5) No such member in household110560.4
-3) Interviewer error60.3
0) No25313.8
1) Yes723.9
TOTAL1829100.0
267) Employed? Fifth member (HH5EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip26814.7
-5) No such member in household144178.8
-3) Interviewer error20.1
0) No965.2
1) Yes221.2
TOTAL1829100.0
268) Employed? Sixth member (HH6EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1347.3
-5) No such member in household165990.7
-3) Interviewer error10.1
0) No321.7
1) Yes30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
269) Employed? Seventh member (HH7EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip683.7
-5) No such member in household174995.6
0) No110.6
1) Yes10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
270) Employed? Eighth member (HH8EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip402.2
-5) No such member in household178597.6
0) No40.2
TOTAL1829100.0
271) Employed? Ninth member (HH9EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip231.3
-5) No such member in household180698.7
TOTAL1829100.0
272) Employed? 10th member (HH10EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.3
-5) No such member in household182399.7
TOTAL1829100.0
273) Employed? 11th member (HH11EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip50.3
-5) No such member in household182499.7
TOTAL1829100.0
274) Employed? 12th member (HH12EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip30.2
-5) No such member in household182699.8
TOTAL1829100.0
275) Respondent's marital status (RESPMAR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.8
1) Never married29115.9
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony1568.5
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state321.7
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony107858.9
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage60.3
6) Divorced351.9
7) Separated70.4
8) Widow/Widower21011.5
TOTAL1829100.0
276) First member of household: marital status (HH1MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip462.5
-5) No such member in the household754.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) Never married1317.2
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony1709.3
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state392.1
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony116463.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage60.3
6) Divorced120.7
7) Separated30.2
8) Widow/Widower1799.8
TOTAL1829100.0
277) Second member of household: marital status (HH2MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip36620.0
-5) No such member in the household29216.0
-3) Interviewer error130.7
1) Never married35619.5
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony744.0
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state120.7
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony62634.2
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage20.1
6) Divorced150.8
7) Separated10.1
8) Widow/Widower723.9
TOTAL1829100.0
278) Third member of household: marital status (HH3MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip47025.7
-5) No such member in the household60533.1
-3) Interviewer error80.4
1) Never married29916.3
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony372.0
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state70.4
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony36019.7
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage10.1
6) Divorced90.5
7) Separated30.2
8) Widow/Widower301.6
TOTAL1829100.0
279) Fourth member of household: marital status (HH4MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip42323.1
-5) No such member in the household110560.4
-3) Interviewer error20.1
1) Never married1367.4
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony120.7
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state20.1
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony1337.3
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage10.1
6) Divorced40.2
7) Separated20.1
8) Widow/Widower90.5
TOTAL1829100.0
280) Fifth member of household: marital status (HH5MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip28515.6
-5) No such member in the household144178.8
1) Never married442.4
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony80.4
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state10.1
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony442.4
6) Divorced10.1
8) Widow/Widower50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
281) Sixth member of household: marital status (HH6MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1447.9
-5) No such member in the household165990.7
1) Never married110.6
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony150.8
TOTAL1829100.0
282) Seventh member of household: marital status (HH7MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip713.9
-5) No such member in the household174995.6
1) Never married70.4
4) Married: both state marriage and religious ceremony20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
283) Eighth member of household: marital status (HH8MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip422.3
-5) No such member in the household178597.6
1) Never married20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
284) Ninth member of household: marital status (HH9MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip231.3
-5) No such member in the household180698.7
TOTAL1829100.0
285) 10th member of household: marital status (HH10MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.3
-5) No such member in the household182399.7
TOTAL1829100.0
286) 11th member of household: marital status (HH11MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip50.3
-5) No such member in the household182499.7
TOTAL1829100.0
287) 12th member of household: marital status (HH12MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip30.2
-5) No such member in the household182699.8
TOTAL1829100.0
288) Interviewer: Did the respondent get help from other household member(s) while answering the questions of this section? (HELPA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
0) No107959.0
1) Yes74640.8
TOTAL1829100.0
289) Which of the following statements best describes the current economic situation of your household? (ECONST)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off10.1
-3) Interviewer error120.7
-2) Refuse to answer321.7
-1) Don't know331.8
1) Money is not enough for food.35419.4
2) Money is enough for food only, but not for clothes53029.0
3) Money is enough for food and clothes, but not enough for expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine.68737.6
4) We can afford to buy some expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine.1307.1
5) We can afford to buy anything we need.502.7
TOTAL1829100.0
290) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: color television. (OWNCTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error20.1
0) No321.7
1) Yes179398.0
TOTAL1829100.0
291) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: digital photo camera. (OWNDIG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error150.8
0) No161888.5
1) Yes19410.6
TOTAL1829100.0
292) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: automatic washing machine. (OWNWSH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
0) No91550.0
1) Yes91149.8
TOTAL1829100.0
293) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: DVD player. (OWNDVD)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error60.3
0) No99354.3
1) Yes82845.3
TOTAL1829100.0
294) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: refrigerator. (OWNFRG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
0) No1427.8
1) Yes168492.1
TOTAL1829100.0
295) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: air conditioner. (OWNAC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error150.8
0) No133172.8
1) Yes48126.3
TOTAL1829100.0
296) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: car. (OWNCAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error50.3
0) No134773.6
1) Yes47526.0
TOTAL1829100.0
297) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: land line phone. (OWNLNP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error241.3
0) No67737.0
1) Yes112661.6
TOTAL1829100.0
298) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: cell phone. (OWNCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error30.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.1
-1) Don't know241.3
0) No1518.3
1) Yes164790.0
TOTAL1829100.0
299) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: activated Internet access from cell phone. (CELLINT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip1779.7
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-1) Don't know50.3
0) No136674.7
1) Yes27415.0
TOTAL1829100.0
300) Please tell me whether or not your household owns: personal computer. (OWNCMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error241.3
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know331.8
0) No142177.7
1) Yes34819.0
TOTAL1829100.0
301) Please tell me whether or not your household has: Internet access from the home computer/laptop. (WEBHM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip145579.6
-3) Interviewer error241.3
0) No442.4
1) Yes30416.6
TOTAL1829100.0
302) How many [color televisions] does your household own? (NUMCTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip321.7
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) 1156885.7
2) 220611.3
3) 3150.8
4) 420.1
TOTAL1829100.0
303) How many [digital photo cameras] does your household own? (NUMDIGC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip161888.5
-3) Interviewer error160.9
1) 118710.2
2) 250.3
3) 310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
304) How many [automatic washing machines] does your household own? (NUMWASH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip91550.0
-3) Interviewer error20.1
1) 189849.1
2) 2110.6
3) 310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
305) How many [DVD players] does your household own? (NUMDVD)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip99354.3
-3) Interviewer error140.8
1) 180143.8
2) 2181.0
4) 410.1
TOTAL1829100.0
306) How many [refrigerators] does your household own? (NUMFRG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip1427.8
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) 1162088.6
2) 2593.2
3) 320.1
TOTAL1829100.0
307) How many [air conditioners] does your household own? (NUMAC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip133172.8
-3) Interviewer error160.9
1) 146325.3
2) 2150.8
3) 320.1
TOTAL1829100.0
308) How many [cars] does your household own? (NUMCAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip134773.6
-3) Interviewer error80.4
1) 145825.0
2) 2120.7
3) 320.1
TOTAL1829100.0
309) How many [cell phones] does your household own? (NUMCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip1779.7
-3) Interviewer error160.9
1) 161133.4
2) 251628.2
3) 327915.3
4) 41699.2
5) 5442.4
6) 6110.6
7) 710.1
8) 830.2
TOTAL1829100.0
310) How many [personal computers] does your household own? (NUMCMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip145579.6
-3) Interviewer error301.6
1) 132417.7
2) 2170.9
3) 310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
311) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: color television. (YRPCTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip321.7
-5) Not applicable110.6
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-1) Don't know150.8
5) Unknown code20.1
1968) 196810.1
1974) 197410.1
1978) 197810.1
1980) 198040.2
1984) 198410.1
1985) 198520.1
1986) 198640.2
1987) 198710.1
1989) 198930.2
1990) 1990100.5
1991) 199140.2
1992) 1992160.9
1993) 199350.3
1994) 199490.5
1995) 1995211.1
1996) 1996221.2
1997) 1997100.5
1998) 1998341.9
1999) 1999241.3
2000) 20001437.8
2001) 2001432.4
2002) 20021005.5
2003) 2003683.7
2004) 2004884.8
2005) 20051337.3
2006) 20061457.9
2007) 20071397.6
2008) 200818710.2
2009) 20091598.7
2010) 201019410.6
2011) 20111186.5
2012) 2012703.8
TOTAL1829100.0
312) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: digital photo camera. (YRDIG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip161888.5
-5) Not applicable40.2
-3) Interviewer error170.9
-1) Don't know10.1
1999) 199910.1
2000) 200030.2
2002) 200220.1
2003) 200320.1
2004) 200410.1
2005) 200530.2
2006) 200670.4
2007) 200770.4
2008) 2008170.9
2009) 2009311.7
2010) 2010563.1
2011) 2011372.0
2012) 2012201.1
TOTAL1829100.0
313) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: automatic washing machine. (YRPWSH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip91550.0
-5) Not applicable80.4
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-1) Don't know80.4
1968) 196810.1
1979) 197920.1
1980) 198050.3
1982) 198220.1
1983) 198310.1
1984) 198410.1
1985) 198530.2
1986) 198610.1
1987) 198710.1
1989) 198960.3
1990) 199060.3
1991) 199130.2
1992) 199250.3
1993) 199330.2
1994) 199420.1
1995) 199560.3
1996) 1996120.7
1997) 199720.1
1998) 1998100.5
1999) 199930.2
2000) 2000382.1
2001) 2001160.9
2002) 2002201.1
2003) 2003301.6
2004) 2004291.6
2005) 2005512.8
2006) 2006844.6
2007) 2007734.0
2008) 20081126.1
2009) 20091367.4
2010) 20101045.7
2011) 2011774.2
2012) 2012492.7
TOTAL1829100.0
314) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: DVD player. (YRPDVD)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip99354.3
-5) Not applicable90.5
-3) Interviewer error140.8
-1) Don't know70.4
1988) 198810.1
1992) 199210.1
1998) 199870.4
1999) 199950.3
2000) 2000201.1
2001) 2001100.5
2002) 2002150.8
2003) 2003221.2
2004) 2004211.1
2005) 2005522.8
2006) 2006583.2
2007) 2007643.5
2008) 20081347.3
2009) 20091498.1
2010) 20101276.9
2011) 2011653.6
2012) 2012532.9
TOTAL1829100.0
315) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: refrigerator. (YRPFRG)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18291799.619604
316) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: air conditioner. (YRPAC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip133172.8
-5) Not applicable10.1
-3) Interviewer error170.9
-1) Don't know140.8
1975) 197510.1
1980) 198040.2
1982) 198210.1
1985) 198510.1
1987) 198720.1
1990) 199070.4
1992) 199220.1
1994) 199420.1
1995) 199510.1
1996) 199610.1
1997) 199710.1
1998) 199840.2
1999) 199930.2
2000) 2000150.8
2001) 200180.4
2002) 200260.3
2003) 2003181.0
2004) 2004140.8
2005) 2005261.4
2006) 2006362.0
2007) 2007412.2
2008) 2008462.5
2009) 2009774.2
2010) 2010663.6
2011) 2011522.8
2012) 2012291.6
TOTAL1829100.0
317) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: car. (YRPCAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip134773.6
-5) Not applicable10.1
-3) Interviewer error100.5
-1) Don't know40.2
1972) 197230.2
1973) 197310.1
1974) 197410.1
1975) 197510.1
1976) 197610.1
1977) 197710.1
1979) 197920.1
1980) 198050.3
1981) 198130.2
1982) 198230.2
1983) 198350.3
1984) 198420.1
1985) 198530.2
1986) 198640.2
1987) 198730.2
1988) 198870.4
1990) 199030.2
1991) 199150.3
1992) 199270.4
1993) 199360.3
1994) 199460.3
1995) 199540.2
1996) 199690.5
1997) 199760.3
1998) 1998181.0
1999) 1999110.6
2000) 2000201.1
2001) 2001191.0
2002) 2002140.8
2003) 2003130.7
2004) 2004201.1
2005) 2005221.2
2006) 2006281.5
2007) 2007311.7
2008) 2008432.4
2009) 2009301.6
2010) 2010412.2
2011) 2011372.0
2012) 2012271.5
TOTAL1829100.0
318) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: cell phone. (YRPCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip1779.7
-5) Not applicable70.4
-3) Interviewer error191.0
-1) Don't know80.4
1999) 199920.1
2000) 2000211.1
2001) 200140.2
2002) 2002211.1
2003) 2003170.9
2004) 2004150.8
2005) 2005462.5
2006) 2006653.6
2007) 2007683.7
2008) 20081478.0
2009) 200927014.8
2010) 201031717.3
2011) 201133518.3
2012) 201228815.7
TOTAL1829100.0
319) Since which year have you had internet access from your cell phone? (PHINTR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip154884.6
-3) Interviewer error181.0
-1) Don't know40.2
2000) 200010.1
2004) 200420.1
2005) 200550.3
2006) 200630.2
2007) 200770.4
2008) 2008211.1
2009) 2009311.7
2010) 2010573.1
2011) 2011734.0
2012) 2012573.1
TOTAL1829100.0
320) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased: personal computer. (YRPCMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip145579.6
-5) Not applicable30.2
-3) Interviewer error291.6
-1) Don't know10.1
2000) 200010.1
2002) 200210.1
2004) 200440.2
2005) 200540.2
2006) 200680.4
2007) 2007221.2
2008) 2008301.6
2009) 2009784.3
2010) 2010784.3
2011) 2011754.1
2012) 2012382.1
TOTAL1829100.0
321) Since which year has your household had Internet access from an available personal computer? (YRWEB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-7) Legal skip149982.0
-3) Interviewer error261.4
1998) 199810.1
2000) 200010.1
2002) 200220.1
2003) 200310.1
2004) 200430.2
2005) 200530.2
2006) 200640.2
2007) 2007130.7
2008) 2008231.3
2009) 2009472.6
2010) 2010744.0
2011) 2011824.5
2012) 2012482.6
TOTAL1829100.0
322) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: bread, pasta? (LIMBRD)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable20.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-1) Don't know80.4
0) No171793.9
1) Yes995.4
TOTAL1829100.0
323) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: butter, milk? (LIMMLK)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable40.2
-1) Don't know90.5
0) No155885.2
1) Yes25614.0
TOTAL1829100.0
324) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: poultry / chicken meat? (LIMPOL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable40.2
-1) Don't know100.5
0) No138175.5
1) Yes43223.6
TOTAL1829100.0
325) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: beef? (LIMBEF)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable60.3
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know130.7
0) No90649.5
1) Yes90149.3
TOTAL1829100.0
326) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: pork? (LIMPRK)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable158286.5
-2) Refuse to answer100.5
-1) Don't know60.3
0) No1478.0
1) Yes824.5
TOTAL1829100.0
327) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: fish? (LIMFISH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable281.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.1
-1) Don't know100.5
0) No87647.9
1) Yes91149.8
TOTAL1829100.0
328) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: fruit, vegetables, except potatoes? (LIMVEG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable20.1
-1) Don't know80.4
0) No146780.2
1) Yes35019.1
TOTAL1829100.0
329) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: potatoes? (LIMPOT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable20.1
-1) Don't know60.3
0) No169392.6
1) Yes1266.9
TOTAL1829100.0
330) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: sweets and chocolates? (LIMSWEE)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable70.4
-1) Don't know100.5
0) No118764.9
1) Yes62334.1
TOTAL1829100.0
331) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: electricity? (LIMELC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable40.2
-1) Don't know60.3
0) No88848.6
1) Yes92950.8
TOTAL1829100.0
332) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: gas? (LIMGAS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable32417.7
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-1) Don't know70.4
0) No72339.5
1) Yes76942.0
TOTAL1829100.0
333) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties: transportation? (LIMTRAN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable30.2
-3) Interviewer error20.1
-1) Don't know70.4
0) No103756.7
1) Yes77842.5
TOTAL1829100.0
334) Speaking about the past 12 months, how often did it happen that you did not have enough money to buy the food you or your family needed? (NOMON)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error140.8
-2) Refuse to answer261.4
-1) Don't know583.2
1) Every day130.7
2) Every week482.6
3) Every month38120.8
4) Less often71138.9
5) Never57631.5
TOTAL1829100.0
335) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: bread, pasta? (NEATBR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned151382.7
1) Mentioned30.2
TOTAL1829100.0
336) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: butter, milk? (NOEATBM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned150282.1
1) Mentioned140.8
TOTAL1829100.0
337) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: poultry / chicken? (NEATPL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned148881.4
1) Mentioned281.5
TOTAL1829100.0
338) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: beef? (NEATBF)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned145479.5
1) Mentioned623.4
TOTAL1829100.0
339) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: pork? (NEATPRK)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned181.0
1) Mentioned149881.9
TOTAL1829100.0
340) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: fish? (NEATFI)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned138175.5
1) Mentioned1357.4
TOTAL1829100.0
341) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: fruit? (NEATFR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned151182.6
1) Mentioned50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
342) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: vegetables, except potatoes? (NEATVG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned151182.6
1) Mentioned50.3
TOTAL1829100.0
343) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: potatoes? (NEATPT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned150982.5
1) Mentioned70.4
TOTAL1829100.0
344) Please tell me, is there any product named on this card that you never eat: sweets, chocolates? (NEATSW)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable28315.5
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.9
-1) Don't know110.6
0) Not mentioned147080.4
1) Mentioned462.5
TOTAL1829100.0
345) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Money from family members, relatives or friends living elsewhere in this country. (INCRA)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable170893.4
-3) Interviewer error80.4
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 1522.8
2) 2522.8
TOTAL1829100.0
346) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Money from family members, relatives or friends living in another country. (INCRM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable170493.2
-3) Interviewer error50.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 1422.3
2) 2693.8
TOTAL1829100.0
347) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Cash sales of agricultural products. (INCRG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable137375.1
-3) Interviewer error90.5
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 123713.0
2) 220010.9
3) 310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
348) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Aggregated earned income (salary) of all household members, except sales of agricultural products. (INCSAL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable81144.3
-3) Interviewer error160.9
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 184246.0
2) 21518.3
TOTAL1829100.0
349) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Pensions and government benefits. (INCRGO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable91950.2
-3) Interviewer error160.9
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 148326.4
2) 240121.9
3) 310.1
TOTAL1829100.0
350) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Income from renting of property, vehicles or appliances. (INCRNT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable178497.5
-3) Interviewer error70.4
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 1241.3
2) 250.3
TOTAL1829100.0
351) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Income from sale of property, vehicles or appliances. (INCRS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable180598.7
-3) Interviewer error60.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 150.3
2) 240.2
TOTAL1829100.0
352) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Interest or earnings on deposits or securities. (INCRAI)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable180698.7
-3) Interviewer error60.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 140.2
2) 240.2
TOTAL1829100.0
353) Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? [Interviewer: USE CODE ‘1' FOR THE LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, CODE ‘2' FOR THE SECOND LARGEST SOURCE OF INCOME, AND SO ON]. Order: Other sources of income. (INCRO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable142277.7
-3) Interviewer error160.9
-2) Refuse to answer60.3
-1) Don't know10.1
1) 11085.9
2) 227415.0
TOTAL1829100.0
354) Speaking about monetary income of all your household members last month, to which of the following groups does your household belong? (MONTOT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer502.7
-1) Don't know935.1
1) More than USD 1200623.4
2) USD 801 – 12001035.6
3) USD 401 – 80051328.0
4) USD 251 – 40053929.5
5) USD 101 – 25040021.9
6) USD 51– 100422.3
7) Up to USD 5080.4
8) USD 0170.9
TOTAL1829100.0
355) Using the same CARD, please tell me your household's spending last month? (SPNDMO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer241.3
-1) Don't know1749.5
1) More than USD 1200382.1
2) USD 801 – 1200925.0
3) USD 401 – 80047926.2
4) USD 251 – 40059932.8
5) USD 101 – 25039021.3
6) USD 51– 100241.3
7) Up to USD 5040.2
8) USD 030.2
TOTAL1829100.0
356) In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to buy food? (FOODBT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer261.4
-1) Don't know995.4
1) Each week221.2
2) Each month32317.7
3) Every other month1598.7
4) Less frequently47626.0
5) Never72239.5
TOTAL1829100.0
357) In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to pay for utilities? (UTLBT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer211.1
-1) Don't know1106.0
1) Each week30.2
2) Each month1528.3
3) Every other month1276.9
4) Less frequently43123.6
5) Never98353.7
TOTAL1829100.0
358) Using this CARD, let's imagine there is a 10-step ladder reflecting the economic standing of all households in /country/ today. The first rung of this ladder corresponds to the lowest possible economic position in society, while the tenth rung corresponds to the highest possible position. On which rung of this ladder do you think your household currently stands? (CURRNG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.3
-1) Don't know1045.7
1) Lowest1478.0
2) 21769.6
3) 330816.8
4) 435019.1
5) 543423.7
6) 61578.6
7) 7965.2
8) 8412.2
9) 980.4
TOTAL1829100.0
359) And again using this CARD, on which rung of this ladder do you think your household will be standing 5 years from now? (FUTRNG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error40.2
-2) Refuse to answer191.0
-1) Don't know63434.7
1) Lowest945.1
2) 2804.4
3) 31025.6
4) 41397.6
5) 525113.7
6) 61789.7
7) 71457.9
8) 81005.5
9) 9261.4
10) Highest553.0
TOTAL1829100.0
360) Relative to most of the households around you, would you describe the current economic condition of your household as…? (RELCN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error341.9
-2) Refuse to answer30.2
-1) Don't know351.9
1) Very poor1025.6
2) Poor49827.2
3) Fair91249.9
4) Good23412.8
5) Very good90.5
TOTAL1829100.0
361) What is the minimal monthly income that would enable your household to live a normal life? [U.S. dollars] (MINCN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know442.4
192.31) 192.3120.1
256.41) 256.4140.2
320.51) 320.5160.3
384.62) 384.62331.8
448.72) 448.7240.2
512.82) 512.82442.4
576.92) 576.9220.1
641.03) 641.0321411.7
769.23) 769.231085.9
833.33) 833.3310.1
897.44) 897.44623.4
1025.64) 1025.641437.8
1089.74) 1089.7410.1
1153.85) 1153.85160.9
1282.05) 1282.0548926.7
1410.26) 1410.2610.1
1538.46) 1538.46543.0
1666.67) 1666.67100.5
1794.87) 1794.8770.4
1923.08) 1923.0820811.4
2051.28) 2051.28170.9
2179.49) 2179.4940.2
2307.69) 2307.69150.8
2435.9) 2435.910.1
2564.1) 2564.118810.3
2820.51) 2820.5110.1
3076.92) 3076.9210.1
3205.13) 3205.13442.4
3589.74) 3589.7420.1
3846.15) 3846.15512.8
5128.21) 5128.21110.6
5769.23) 5769.2330.2
6410.26) 6410.26150.8
7692.31) 7692.3150.3
8333.33) 8333.3320.1
8974.36) 8974.3620.1
9615.38) 9615.3820.1
12820.51) 12820.5150.3
1282051.28) 1282051.2810.1
TOTAL1829100.0
362) What is the minimal monthly income that would enable your household to live a normal life? [Local currency] (MINCL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.2
-1) Don't know442.4
150) 15020.1
200) 20040.2
250) 25060.3
300) 300331.8
350) 35040.2
400) 400442.4
450) 45020.1
500) 50021411.7
600) 6001085.9
650) 65010.1
700) 700623.4
800) 8001437.8
850) 85010.1
900) 900160.9
1000) 100048926.7
1100) 110010.1
1200) 1200543.0
1300) 1300100.5
1400) 140070.4
1500) 150020811.4
1600) 1600170.9
1700) 170040.2
1800) 1800150.8
1900) 190010.1
2000) 200018810.3
2200) 220010.1
2400) 240010.1
2500) 2500442.4
2800) 280020.1
3000) 3000512.8
4000) 4000110.6
4500) 450030.2
5000) 5000150.8
6000) 600050.3
6500) 650020.1
7000) 700020.1
7500) 750020.1
10000) 1000050.3
1000000) 100000010.1
TOTAL1829100.0
363) Do you think your children will be better off or worse off financially than you are when they are your age? (CHLDN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-5) Not applicable32117.6
-2) Refuse to answer140.8
-1) Don't know56330.8
1) Worse off1538.4
2) The same1598.7
3) Better off61733.7
TOTAL1829100.0
364) Respondent asked for help when answering the last section? (HELPC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break-off20.1
-3) Interviewer error50.3
0) No112861.7
1) Yes69437.9
TOTAL1829100.0
365) Was anybody but you and the respondent him/herself able to listen to the respondent's answers during the interview? (LISTEN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) During the entire interview53529.3
2) Most of the time50027.3
3) While answering questions for section A or C1266.9
4) Dor less than half of the interview except section A or C955.2
5) For only a few questions except for section A or C693.8
6) No50027.3
TOTAL1829100.0
366) How often was the respondent distracted during the interview? (FRQDST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
1) Never97653.4
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than ten)56030.6
3) For some questions, but not that many (between 10 and 20)23913.1
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half392.1
5) Throughout most or the entire the interview120.7
TOTAL1829100.0
367) How often did you feel that the respondent lacked knowledge about the questions you asked? (FRQKNW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.2
1) Never53229.1
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than ten)63834.9
3) For some questions, but not that many (between 10 and 20)47425.9
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half1508.2
5) Throughout most or the entire the interview321.7
TOTAL1829100.0
368) How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to answer the questions? (FRQRLC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) Never72239.5
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than ten)66636.4
3) For some questions, but not that many (between 10 and 20)35119.2
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half784.3
5) Throughout most or the entire the interview80.4
TOTAL1829100.0
369) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the respondent's level of intelligence? (RESPINT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.2
1) Not at all intelligent1005.5
2) Not very intelligent56230.7
3) Average80444.0
4) Intelligent31517.2
5) Very intelligent442.4
TOTAL1829100.0
370) How tired was the responded at the end of the interview? (RESPITR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.8
1) Very tired593.2
2) 2764.2
3) 3995.4
4) 41096.0
5) 51809.8
6) 618510.1
7) 724113.2
8) 829916.3
9) 930616.7
10) Not at all tired26014.2
TOTAL1829100.0
371) Has the interview been completed? (INTCMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.5
1) Yes181899.4
2) No20.1
TOTAL1829100.0
372) Please write the number of the last question answered by the respondent. (LASTQUE)
373) Household ID (HHID)
TOTAL%
1) 945.1
2) 975.3
3) 965.2
4) 935.1
5) 935.1
6) 1005.5
7) 1005.5
8) 935.1
9) 975.3
10) 975.3
11) 945.1
12) 925.0
13) 915.0
14) 915.0
15) 844.6
16) 965.2
17) 925.0
18) 894.9
19) 643.5
20) 251.4
21) 261.4
22) 251.4
TOTAL1829100.0
374) Interviewer code (INTID)
TOTAL%
1101) 452.5
1102) 301.6
1103) 372.0
1104) 452.5
1105) 150.8
1106) 462.5
1107) 392.1
1201) 543.0
1202) 271.5
1203) 321.7
1204) 532.9
1205) 50.3
1206) 512.8
1207) 442.4
1208) 321.7
1301) 231.3
1302) 271.5
1303) 543.0
1304) 462.5
1305) 301.6
1401) 422.3
1402) 472.6
1403) 452.5
1404) 543.0
1405) 402.2
1406) 412.2
1501) 221.2
1502) 392.1
1503) 372.0
1504) 402.2
1505) 362.0
1506) 301.6
1601) 372.0
1602) 543.0
1603) 593.2
1604) 432.4
1605) 301.6
1606) 150.8
1607) 412.2
1701) 472.6
1702) 563.1
1703) 563.1
1704) 623.4
1705) 613.3
1706) 603.3
TOTAL1829100.0
375) First key operator (OPRT)
TOTAL%
1) 945.1
2) 1337.3
3) 573.1
4) 703.8
5) 1186.5
6) 1357.4
7) 1518.3
8) 1035.6
9) 1508.2
11) 804.4
12) 1196.5
13) 1297.1
14) 1498.1
15) 1347.3
16) 633.4
17) 1447.9
TOTAL1829100.0
376) Result of the first contact attempt (C1R)
TOTAL%
1) Completed interview162688.9
2) Interview interrupted by respondent20.1
5) Arranged day and time for interview1166.3
12) No adult available70.4
13) No one opened the door784.3
TOTAL1829100.0
377) First contact date (C1DATE)
378) First contact time (-3 = Interviewer error) (C1TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182949830442.8589135221
379) Result of the second contact attempt (C2R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip162889.0
1) Completed interview1679.1
5) Arranged day and time for interview201.1
12) No adult available10.1
13) No one opened the door130.7
TOTAL1829100.0
380) Second contact date (C2DATE)
381) Second contact time (-7 = Legal skip) (C2TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18296176254.02117971234
382) Result of the third contact attempt (C3R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip179598.1
1) Completed interview341.9
TOTAL1829100.0
383) Third contact date (C3DATE)
384) Third contact time (-7 = Legal skip) (C3TIME)
TOTAL%
-7) 179598.1
36600000) 10.1
39900000) 10.1
41700000) 10.1
43200000) 10.1
43800000) 10.1
44100000) 10.1
45000000) 10.1
50400000) 10.1
54000000) 10.1
54300000) 10.1
54900000) 10.1
58500000) 10.1
60300000) 10.1
60600000) 10.1
61200000) 10.1
63060000) 10.1
63720000) 10.1
64800000) 20.1
65040000) 10.1
65400000) 10.1
67500000) 10.1
68400000) 10.1
68760000) 10.1
69360000) 20.1
70500000) 10.1
70800000) 10.1
72000000) 40.2
74460000) 10.1
77940000) 10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
385) Interview date (INTDAT)
386) Interview start time (INTSTR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182950278359.7599175811
387) Interview end time (-3 = Interviewer error) (INTEND)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182953306112.58611170325
388) Gender of first member of the household (V6A_1)
TOTAL%
1) Male165990.7
2) Female1709.3
TOTAL1829100.0
389) Gender of the second member of the household (V6A_2)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household1186.5
1) Male81044.3
2) Female90149.3
TOTAL1829100.0
390) Gender of the third member of the household (V6A_3)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household68737.6
1) Male20911.4
2) Female93351.0
TOTAL1829100.0
391) Gender of the fourth member of the household (V6A_4)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household111761.1
1) Male241.3
2) Female68837.6
TOTAL1829100.0
392) Gender of the fifth member of the household (V6A_5)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household155685.1
1) Male30.2
2) Female27014.8
TOTAL1829100.0
393) Gender of the sixth member of the household (V6A_6)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household173394.8
1) Male10.1
2) Female955.2
TOTAL1829100.0
394) Age of first member of the household (V6B_1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182950.41215
395) Age of second member of the household (V6B_2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182935.36618
396) Age of third member of the household (V6B_3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182923.91726
397) Age of fourth member of the household (V6B_4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL182910.52421
398) Age of fifth member of the household (V6B_5)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household155685.1
-3) Interviewer error10.1
18) 1890.5
19) 19140.8
20) 20181.0
21) 21150.8
22) 22181.0
23) 23160.9
24) 24160.9
25) 25170.9
26) 26160.9
27) 27120.7
28) 28110.6
29) 29150.8
30) 3080.4
31) 3140.2
32) 32110.6
33) 3350.3
34) 3440.2
35) 3530.2
36) 3650.3
37) 3710.1
38) 3820.1
39) 3920.1
40) 4020.1
41) 4130.2
42) 4220.1
43) 4310.1
44) 4430.2
45) 4510.1
46) 4630.2
47) 4730.2
48) 4830.2
49) 4960.3
50) 5010.1
51) 5150.3
52) 5220.1
53) 5310.1
54) 5410.1
55) 5540.2
57) 5710.1
58) 5810.1
62) 6230.2
63) 6310.1
64) 6410.1
70) 7010.1
71) 7110.1
TOTAL1829100.0
399) Age of sixth member of the household (V6B_6)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household173394.8
-3) Interviewer error10.1
18) 1830.2
19) 1960.3
20) 2060.3
21) 21100.5
22) 22140.8
23) 2360.3
24) 2470.4
25) 2570.4
26) 2650.3
27) 2750.3
28) 2810.1
29) 2910.1
30) 3030.2
31) 3120.1
32) 3210.1
33) 3310.1
34) 3410.1
35) 3530.2
39) 3920.1
40) 4010.1
41) 4110.1
42) 4250.3
44) 4410.1
45) 4510.1
60) 6010.1
66) 6610.1
TOTAL1829100.0
400) Selection of first member of the household (V6C_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected114262.4
1) Selected68737.6
TOTAL1829100.0
401) Selection of second member of the household (V6C_2)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household1186.5
0) Not selected111060.7
1) Selected60132.9
TOTAL1829100.0
402) Selection of third member of the household (V6C_3)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household68737.6
0) Not selected83245.5
1) Selected31016.9
TOTAL1829100.0
403) Selection of fourth member of the household (V6C_4)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household111761.1
0) Not selected54930.0
1) Selected1638.9
TOTAL1829100.0
404) Selection of fifth member of the household (V6C_5)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household155685.1
0) Not selected22212.1
1) Selected512.8
TOTAL1829100.0
405) Selection of sixth member of the household (V6C_6)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household173394.8
0) Not selected794.3
1) Selected170.9
TOTAL1829100.0
406) Case accepted (V3)
TOTAL%
1) Case accepted1829100.0
TOTAL1829100.0
407) Interview duration (-3 = Interviewer error) (INTDUR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18293803094.543890728
408) Total number of PSUs per sub-stratum (NPSUS)
TOTAL%
46) 221.2
90) 341.9
328) 22012.0
339) 1528.3
456) 21311.6
498) 995.4
780) 22512.3
1049) 55530.3
1297) 30916.9
TOTAL1829100.0
409) Total number of households per PSU (NHHPSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829373.555110
410) Total number of adults per household (NADHH)
TOTAL%
1) 1186.5
2) 56931.1
3) 43023.5
4) 43924.0
5) 1779.7
6) 734.0
7) 170.9
8) 50.3
9) 10.1
TOTAL1829100.0
411) Weight for household-level questions (HHWT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1829803.119251
412) Weight for individual-level questions (INDWT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18293650.062029
413) I-ATTEND: Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) More than once a week452.5
2) Once a week362.0
3) At least once a month1075.9
4) Only on special holidays62534.7
5) Less often49227.3
6) Never49727.6
Missing27 
TOTAL1802100.0
414) I-AGE: Respondent's age (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-2945625.0
2) 30-3939121.4
3) 40-4936720.1
4) 50-5932117.6
5) 60+29015.9
Missing4 
TOTAL1825100.0
415) I-EMPLOY: Are you currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EMPLOY)
TOTAL%
0) No116963.9
1) Yes65936.1
Missing1 
TOTAL1828100.0
416) I-EDUC: What is the highest level of education you have completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) Primary education or less744.1
2) Incomplete secondary education18710.4
3) Completed secondary education92951.4
4) Secondary technical education25214.0
5) Incomplete higher education492.7
6) Completed higher education or more31517.4
Missing23 
TOTAL1806100.0
417) I-MARITAL: Respondent's marital status (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Never married29116.0
2) Married126669.8
3) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage60.3
4) Divorced351.9
5) Separated70.4
6) Widow/Widower21011.6
Missing14 
TOTAL1815100.0
418) I-GENDER: Respondent's sex (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male79743.6
2) Female103256.4
TOTAL1829100.0