Caucasus Barometer, 2010

Data Archive > International Surveys and Data > Multiple Nation Surveys > Codebook


All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Case ID (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012220180738.79469155394
2) Response or non-response (RESPONSE)
TOTAL%
1) Response6012100.0
TOTAL6012100.0
3) Country (COUNTRY)
TOTAL%
1) Armenia192232.0
2) Azerbaijan200133.3
3) Georgia208934.7
TOTAL6012100.0
4) Settlement type (STRATUM)
TOTAL%
1) Capital143423.9
2) Urban218436.3
3) Rural239439.8
TOTAL6012100.0
5) Settlement type and geographic quadrant (SUBSTRAT)
TOTAL%
1) Capital143423.9
2) North East Urban5038.4
3) North East Rural61510.2
4) North West Urban85814.3
5) North West Rural72612.1
6) South East Urban5409.0
7) South East Rural5899.8
8) South West Urban2834.7
9) South West Rural4647.7
TOTAL6012100.0
6) Respondent's gender (RESPSEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error350.6
1) Male287647.8
2) Female309551.5
TOTAL6012100.0
7) Respondent's age (RESPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL601246.5717
8) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings: There are many people I can trust completely. (FEELTRU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know560.9
1) Does not describe140023.3
2) More or less describes283547.2
3) Describes171228.5
TOTAL6012100.0
9) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings: I experience a general sense of emptiness. (FEELEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1252.1
1) Does not describe300950.0
2) More or less describes173128.8
3) Describes110818.4
TOTAL6012100.0
10) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings: There are enough people to whom I feel close. (FEELCLS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know380.6
1) Does not describe76012.6
2) More or less describes269144.8
3) Describes250041.6
TOTAL6012100.0
11) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings: There are plenty of people I can rely on when I have problems. (FEELRLY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know781.3
1) Does not describe149424.9
2) More or less describes272545.3
3) Describes168328.0
TOTAL6012100.0
12) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings: I often feel rejected. (FEELREJ)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-2) Refuse to answer410.7
-1) Don't know1722.9
1) Does not describe395065.7
2) More or less describes108618.1
3) Describes73412.2
TOTAL6012100.0
13) [SHOW CARD N2] Overall, how happy would you say you are? Please use this CARD, where code ‘1' corresponds to 'Extremely unhappy' and code ‘10' corresponds to 'Extremely happy;' please choose any number between 1 and 10, which best reflects your opinion. (RATEHAP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error300.5
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know931.5
1) Extremely unhappy1963.3
2) 22764.6
3) 34517.5
4) 45268.7
5) 5131521.9
6) 664910.8
7) 778713.1
8) 874312.4
9) 92684.5
10) Extremely happy66911.1
TOTAL6012100.0
14) Overall, how would you rate your health? Would you describe it as very good, good, fair, poor, or very poor? (HLTHRAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know40.1
1) Very poor3215.3
2) Poor110418.4
3) Fair241940.2
4) Good170728.4
5) Very good4467.4
TOTAL6012100.0
15) Do you have a family member or close relative living abroad, outside the borders of [country]? (FAMCLAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know70.1
0) No312251.9
1) Yes287447.8
TOTAL6012100.0
16) Do you have any close friends currently living abroad, outside the borders of the [country]? (CLFRDAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know110.2
0) No417069.4
1) Yes182330.3
TOTAL6012100.0
17) [SHOW CARD N6] Generally speaking, would you say that most people in [country] can be trusted, or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? Please use this CARD, where code ‘1' corresponds to answer 'You can't be too careful' and code ‘10' corresponds to answer 'Most people can be trusted.' (GALLTRU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error410.7
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know1983.3
1) You can't be too careful61310.2
2) 24417.3
3) 373112.2
4) 473712.3
5) 5151325.2
6) 65969.9
7) 74888.1
8) 83646.1
9) 9861.4
10) Most people can be trusted1983.3
TOTAL6012100.0
18) [SHOW CARD N7] Using this CARD, please tell me, overall, how much do you trust or distrust public school teachers in [country]? (TRUTCHR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know4317.2
1) Fully distrust3586.0
2) Somewhat distrust4096.8
3) Neither trust nor distrust119619.9
4) Somewhat trust227037.8
5) Fully trust133922.3
TOTAL6012100.0
19) [SHOW CARD N7] Overall, how much do you trust or distrust soldiers in [country]? (TRUSOLD)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know1542.6
1) Fully distrust921.5
2) Somewhat distrust1522.5
3) Neither trust nor distrust5238.7
4) Somewhat trust175729.2
5) Fully trust332455.3
TOTAL6012100.0
20) [SHOW CARD N7] Overall, how much do you trust or distrust medical doctors in [country]? (TRUPHYS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know611.0
1) Fully distrust5749.5
2) Somewhat distrust61510.2
3) Neither trust nor distrust141223.5
4) Somewhat trust217536.2
5) Fully trust116719.4
TOTAL6012100.0
21) [SHOW CARD N7] Overall, how much do you trust or distrust judges in [country]? (TRUJUDG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer320.5
-1) Don't know107217.8
1) Fully distrust98016.3
2) Somewhat distrust84214.0
3) Neither trust nor distrust146024.3
4) Somewhat trust111318.5
5) Fully trust5048.4
TOTAL6012100.0
22) [SHOW CARD N7] Overall, how much do you trust or distrust the majority of TV journalists in [country]? (TRUJOUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know3335.5
1) Fully distrust4267.1
2) Somewhat distrust67711.3
3) Neither trust nor distrust191131.8
4) Somewhat trust196232.6
5) Fully trust68811.4
TOTAL6012100.0
23) [SHOW CARD N7] Overall, how much do you trust or distrust clergy of your religious denomination in [country]? (TRUCLER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer340.6
-1) Don't know2674.4
1) Fully distrust4297.1
2) Somewhat distrust3636.0
3) Neither trust nor distrust98616.4
4) Somewhat trust164927.4
5) Fully trust226037.6
TOTAL6012100.0
24) 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%
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer761.3
-1) Don't know991.6
0) No506284.2
1) Yes75012.5
TOTAL6012100.0
25) [SHOW CARD N14] All things considered, how satisfied are you with your own life as a whole nowadays? Please answer using this CARD, where ‘1' means 'Not satisfied at all' and ‘10' means 'Completely satisfied.' (LIFESAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer110.2
-1) Don't know721.2
1) Not satisfied at all5338.9
2) 24417.3
3) 370711.8
4) 473512.2
5) 5136722.7
6) 664110.7
7) 75409.0
8) 84818.0
9) 91342.2
10) Completely satisfied3265.4
TOTAL6012100.0
26) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINGRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer380.6
-1) Don't know3876.4
0) Disapprove189431.5
1) Approve368961.4
TOTAL6012100.0
27) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer370.6
-1) Don't know3445.7
0) Disapprove241640.2
1) Approve321353.4
TOTAL6012100.0
28) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Iranians? (BUSINIRA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer400.7
-1) Don't know2974.9
0) Disapprove230338.3
1) Approve336856.0
TOTAL6012100.0
29) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Indians? (BUSININD)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer400.7
-1) Don't know3896.5
0) Disapprove245340.8
1) Approve312652.0
TOTAL6012100.0
30) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer330.5
-1) Don't know1742.9
0) Disapprove191531.9
1) Approve388964.7
TOTAL6012100.0
31) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Ukrainians? (BUSINUKR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer300.5
-1) Don't know2384.0
0) Disapprove149224.8
1) Approve424970.7
TOTAL6012100.0
32) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Italians? (BUSINITA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer330.5
-1) Don't know3305.5
0) Disapprove170728.4
1) Approve393965.5
TOTAL6012100.0
33) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer370.6
-1) Don't know1923.2
0) Disapprove117019.5
1) Approve461176.7
TOTAL6012100.0
34) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINARM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer841.4
-1) Don't know1202.0
0) Disapprove272645.3
1) Approve308051.2
TOTAL6012100.0
35) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Chinese? (BUSINCHI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer330.5
-1) Don't know2824.7
0) Disapprove244740.7
1) Approve324954.0
TOTAL6012100.0
36) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINAZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer320.5
-1) Don't know1342.2
0) Disapprove182030.3
1) Approve402466.9
TOTAL6012100.0
37) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Germans? (BUSINGER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer290.5
-1) Don't know2504.2
0) Disapprove145924.3
1) Approve427171.0
TOTAL6012100.0
38) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know1762.9
0) Disapprove159826.6
1) Approve422870.3
TOTAL6012100.0
39) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINKUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer350.6
-1) Don't know2694.5
0) Disapprove301350.1
1) Approve269444.8
TOTAL6012100.0
40) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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? (BUSINUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer260.4
-1) Don't know2674.4
0) Disapprove173528.9
1) Approve398366.3
TOTAL6012100.0
41) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Abkhazians? (BUSINABK)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-2) Refuse to answer340.6
-1) Don't know1131.9
0) Disapprove62710.4
1) Approve131521.9
TOTAL6012100.0
42) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. 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 Ossetians? (BUSINOSS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interview error861.4
-2) Refuse to answer310.5
-1) Don't know841.4
0) Disapprove62210.3
1) Approve126621.1
TOTAL6012100.0
43) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Greeks? (MARWGRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know1001.7
0) Disapprove429071.4
1) Approve159626.5
TOTAL6012100.0
44) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Jews? (MARWJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know1041.7
0) Disapprove474278.9
1) Approve113718.9
TOTAL6012100.0
45) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Iranians? (MARWIRA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know831.4
0) Disapprove478479.6
1) Approve111818.6
TOTAL6012100.0
46) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Indians? (MARWIND)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know851.4
0) Disapprove497082.7
1) Approve92915.5
TOTAL6012100.0
47) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Turks? (MARWTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know751.2
0) Disapprove430871.7
1) Approve160526.7
TOTAL6012100.0
48) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Ukrainians? (MARWUKR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know761.3
0) Disapprove411268.4
1) Approve179729.9
TOTAL6012100.0
49) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Italians? (MARWITA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know821.4
0) Disapprove421670.1
1) Approve168828.1
TOTAL6012100.0
50) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Russians? (MARWRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know681.1
0) Disapprove391365.1
1) Approve200333.3
TOTAL6012100.0
51) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Armenians? (MARWARM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer581.0
-1) Don't know581.0
0) Disapprove337056.1
1) Approve252141.9
TOTAL6012100.0
52) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Chinese? (MARWCHI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know761.3
0) Disapprove509584.7
1) Approve81313.5
TOTAL6012100.0
53) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Azerbaijanis? (MARWAZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer240.4
-1) Don't know631.0
0) Disapprove326354.3
1) Approve265844.2
TOTAL6012100.0
54) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Germans? (MARWGER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know881.5
0) Disapprove426671.0
1) Approve163227.1
TOTAL6012100.0
55) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Georgians? (MARWGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know340.6
0) Disapprove335955.9
1) Approve260343.3
TOTAL6012100.0
56) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Kurds? (MARWKUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know731.2
0) Disapprove510584.9
1) Approve80513.4
TOTAL6012100.0
57) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Americans? (MARWUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interview error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know931.5
0) Disapprove427071.0
1) Approve162427.0
TOTAL6012100.0
58) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Abkhazians? (MARWABK)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interview error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know611.0
0) Disapprove131321.8
1) Approve69111.5
TOTAL6012100.0
59) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Ossetians? (MARWOSS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interview error801.3
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know520.9
0) Disapprove125420.9
1) Approve68211.3
TOTAL6012100.0
60) Do you have a job? This job may be part-time or full-time, or you may be officially employed, informally employed, or self-employed, but it brings you monetary income. (HAVEJOB)
TOTAL%
0) No384564.0
1) Yes216736.0
TOTAL6012100.0
61) [SHOW CARD J2] 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 skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know10.0
1) Run my own business / Self-employed without employees, including working on a land plot4557.6
2) Run my own business / Self-employed with employees, including working on a land plot661.1
3) Employee in small local family business / household production1492.5
4) Employee in a medium-sized or big local private organization, company, or enterprise4187.0
5) Employee in a state organization, company, or enterprise85314.2
6) Employee in a foreign or international organization, company, enterprise, or joint venture470.8
7) Employee in a local or international non-governmental or nonprofit organization280.5
8) Other1422.4
TOTAL6012100.0
62) From which year have you been employed at this workplace? (WORKYRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012660.516945
63) [SHOW CARD J4] Which of the following best describes the sector in which you work? (WORKSEC)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know40.1
1) Agriculture, hunting, forestry3355.6
2) Fishing50.1
3) Mining and quarrying430.7
4) Manufacturing841.4
5) Electricity, gas, and/or water supply941.6
6) Construction1913.2
7) Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods2053.4
8) Hotels, restaurants, cafes490.8
9) Transport, storage, communication1482.5
10) Financial intermediation / banking420.7
11) Real estate, property- and rent-related activities70.1
12) Government, public administration and defense1772.9
13) Education3255.4
14) Healthcare, social work1342.2
15) Civil society / NGO200.3
16) Other2774.6
TOTAL6012100.0
64) [SHOW CARD J5] Using this CARD, please tell me, overall, how satisfied are you with your job? (JOBSATF)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know100.2
1) Very dissatisfied2373.9
2) Somewhat dissatisfied2564.3
3) [In the middle]5909.8
4) Somewhat satisfied72712.1
5) Very satisfied3355.6
TOTAL6012100.0
65) [SHOW CARD J6] Using this CARD, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I feel positive most of the time I am working. (WORKPOS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know190.3
1) Completely disagree1482.5
2) Somewhat disagree2454.1
3) Somewhat agree84214.0
4) Completely agree89414.9
TOTAL6012100.0
66) [SHOW CARD J6] 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 skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know621.0
1) Completely disagree1161.9
2) Somewhat disagree2043.4
3) Somewhat agree66811.1
4) Completely agree108518.0
TOTAL6012100.0
67) [SHOW CARD J6] Using this CARD, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I trust our leadership team. (TRULEAD)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-5) Not applicable5769.6
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer370.6
-1) Don't know410.7
1) Completely disagree621.0
2) Somewhat disagree1422.4
3) Somewhat agree61710.3
4) Completely agree68311.4
TOTAL6012100.0
68) [SHOW CARD J6] Using this CARD, please tell me, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: I feel free to do things the way I like at work. (WORKMYW)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know320.5
1) Completely disagree2233.7
2) Somewhat disagree4247.1
3) Somewhat agree5779.6
4) Completely agree87514.6
TOTAL6012100.0
69) [SHOW CARD J6] 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 skip384564.0
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer490.8
-1) Don't know470.8
1) Completely disagree5799.6
2) Somewhat disagree5639.4
3) Somewhat agree5549.2
4) Completely agree3706.2
TOTAL6012100.0
70) During the last two months, how many times did you have to work more hours than determined by your working arrangement, without getting additional compensation? (WORKEXT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip384564.0
-5) Not applicable77512.9
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer450.7
-1) Don't know1402.3
0) 086414.4
1) 1230.4
2) 2591.0
3) 3380.6
4) 4260.4
5) 5460.8
6) 6130.2
7) 7150.2
8) 890.1
10) 10450.7
12) 1250.1
13) 1310.0
15) 15130.2
16) 1620.0
17) 1720.0
20) 2050.1
21) 2110.0
25) 2510.0
28) 2810.0
30) 3080.1
35) 3510.0
40) 4090.1
45) 4530.0
50) 5060.1
56) 5610.0
60) 6080.1
TOTAL6012100.0
71) [SHOW CARD J8] Which of the following best describes your situation? (UNEMTYP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip216736.0
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know60.1
1) Unemployed and looking for a job130521.7
2) Unemployed and interested in a job, but NOT currently looking for a job2524.2
3) Unemployed and not interested in looking for a job (if not a housewife)1121.9
4) Student1141.9
5) Housewife72412.0
6) Retired and looking for a job1141.9
7) Retired and interested in a job, but NOT currently looking for one1732.9
8) Retired and NOT interested in looking for a job82013.6
9) Disabled1923.2
10) Other210.3
TOTAL6012100.0
72) From which year have you not had a job? (UNEMYRS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip433472.1
-5) Never had a job5709.5
-3) Interviewer error210.3
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know380.6
1975) 197510.0
1980) 198030.0
1983) 198320.0
1984) 198410.0
1985) 198590.1
1986) 198670.1
1987) 198770.1
1988) 1988120.2
1989) 1989210.3
1990) 1990681.1
1991) 1991380.6
1992) 1992540.9
1993) 1993480.8
1994) 1994210.3
1995) 1995370.6
1996) 1996290.5
1997) 1997230.4
1998) 1998280.5
1999) 1999250.4
2000) 2000661.1
2001) 2001100.2
2002) 2002280.5
2003) 2003280.5
2004) 2004310.5
2005) 2005581.0
2006) 2006470.8
2007) 2007500.8
2008) 2008861.4
2009) 2009971.6
2010) 2010951.6
TOTAL6012100.0
73) [SHOW CARD J10] Using this CARD, where ‘1' means 'No control at all' and ‘10' means 'Complete control,' please tell me how much control you feel you have over your economic situation? (CNTECON)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error711.2
-2) Refuse to answer490.8
-1) Don't know2824.7
1) No control at all4888.1
2) 24557.6
3) 367811.3
4) 460710.1
5) 5106217.7
6) 64727.9
7) 74667.8
8) 84858.1
9) 91432.4
10) Complete control75412.5
TOTAL6012100.0
74) [SHOW CARD J11] Speaking about your personal monetary income last month, after all taxes are paid, to which of the following groups do you belong? Please think of all sources of income that you had last month. (PERSINC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer1252.1
-1) Don't know1312.2
1) More than USD 1,200170.3
2) USD 801-1,200380.6
3) USD 401-8002884.8
4) USD 251-40059910.0
5) USD 101-250126221.0
6) USD 51-100103317.2
7) Up to USD 5080813.4
8) 0170028.3
TOTAL6012100.0
75) How many times have you taken out a loan or had a debt or a line of credit, including instant credit, of more than 100 USD in the last 12 months? (LOANNUM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer691.1
-1) Don't know1552.6
0) 0364760.7
1) 1102217.0
2) 24557.6
3) 32173.6
4) 4881.5
5) 51182.0
6) 6450.7
7) 7250.4
8) 8250.4
9) 930.0
10) 10761.3
12) 12330.5
14) 1410.0
15) 15160.3
20) 2070.1
23) 2310.0
24) 2410.0
45) 4510.0
50) 5010.0
TOTAL6012100.0
76) Compared to the situation 12 months ago, do you think that the number of jobs available in [country] has decreased, remained the same, or increased? (NUMJOBS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error340.6
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know82113.7
1) Decreased258242.9
2) Remained the same148924.8
3) Increased107717.9
TOTAL6012100.0
77) Has anybody in your household lost his/her job during the last 12 months? (JOBLOST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1192.0
-2) Refuse to answer691.1
-1) Don't know500.8
0) No496682.6
1) Yes80813.4
TOTAL6012100.0
78) [SHOW CARD J15] Which of the following factors do you consider most important for getting a good job in [country]? (GETJOBF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1382.3
1) Age3906.5
2) Appearance1632.7
3) Connections138323.0
4) Education145424.2
5) Hard work3205.3
6) Luck3676.1
7) Professional abilities5779.6
8) Talent1963.3
9) Work experience2293.8
10) Doing favors for the ‘right' people68611.4
11) Other901.5
TOTAL6012100.0
79) [SHOW CARD J16] To what extent would you agree or disagree with the following statement: 'When jobs are scarce, men should have more right to a job.' (PEWJOBG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.4
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know2664.4
1) Completely disagree131321.8
2) Rather disagree123020.5
3) Rather agree167427.8
4) Completely agree148124.6
TOTAL6012100.0
80) [SHOW CARD P1] 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 error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer691.1
-1) Don't know108018.0
1) Politics is definitely going in the wrong direction3676.1
2) Politics is going mainly in the wrong direction91915.3
3) Politics does not change at all152425.3
4) Politics is going mainly in the right direction154525.7
5) Politics is definitely going in the right direction5058.4
TOTAL6012100.0
81) [SHOW CARD P2] 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 error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know2904.8
1) Very poorly3826.4
2) Quite poorly72112.0
3) [In the middle]265544.2
4) Quite well146024.3
5) Very well4958.2
TOTAL6012100.0
82) [SHOW CARD P3] How strongly do you agree or disagree with the opinion that, overall, TV journalists in [country] are serving interests of people like you? Please use this CARD. (TVSRVPP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.4
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know4146.9
1) Completely disagree5479.1
2) Somewhat disagree98116.3
3) Neutral208934.7
4) Somewhat agree155025.8
5) Completely agree3926.5
TOTAL6012100.0
83) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Rotation code (ROTCODE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error3966.6
1) 1291748.5
16) 16269944.9
TOTAL6012100.0
84) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Healthcare system (TRUHLTH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know791.3
1) Fully distrust60410.0
2) Somewhat distrust69011.5
3) Neither trust nor distrust165927.6
4) Somewhat trust208634.7
5) Fully trust87214.5
TOTAL6012100.0
85) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Banks (TRUBANK)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know74812.4
1) Fully distrust4477.4
2) Somewhat distrust5469.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust156025.9
4) Somewhat trust186631.0
5) Fully trust80413.4
TOTAL6012100.0
86) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Educational system (TRUEDUC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know3175.3
1) Fully distrust3956.6
2) Somewhat distrust5268.7
3) Neither trust nor distrust148024.6
4) Somewhat trust219736.5
5) Fully trust106517.7
TOTAL6012100.0
87) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Army (TRUARMY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know1432.4
1) Fully distrust1392.3
2) Somewhat distrust1893.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust63010.5
4) Somewhat trust203433.8
5) Fully trust284447.3
TOTAL6012100.0
88) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Court system (TRUCRTS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer370.6
-1) Don't know96316.0
1) Fully distrust95015.8
2) Somewhat distrust92015.3
3) Neither trust nor distrust163627.2
4) Somewhat trust101816.9
5) Fully trust4657.7
TOTAL6012100.0
89) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? NGOs (TRUNGOS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error300.5
-2) Refuse to answer510.8
-1) Don't know146524.4
1) Fully distrust4337.2
2) Somewhat distrust5439.0
3) Neither trust nor distrust190831.7
4) Somewhat trust116519.4
5) Fully trust4176.9
TOTAL6012100.0
90) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Parliament (TRUPARL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer530.9
-1) Don't know4277.1
1) Fully distrust84014.0
2) Somewhat distrust89314.9
3) Neither trust nor distrust179429.8
4) Somewhat trust141823.6
5) Fully trust5799.6
TOTAL6012100.0
91) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Executive government (Prime minister and ministers) (TRUEXEC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer540.9
-1) Don't know4367.3
1) Fully distrust75012.5
2) Somewhat distrust86814.4
3) Neither trust nor distrust171628.5
4) Somewhat trust149824.9
5) Fully trust67911.3
TOTAL6012100.0
92) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? President (TRUPRES)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer510.8
-1) Don't know1783.0
1) Fully distrust5679.4
2) Somewhat distrust4657.7
3) Neither trust nor distrust122920.4
4) Somewhat trust146824.4
5) Fully trust204133.9
TOTAL6012100.0
93) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Police (TRUPOLI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer320.5
-1) Don't know2113.5
1) Fully distrust82213.7
2) Somewhat distrust96516.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust144824.1
4) Somewhat trust158226.3
5) Fully trust93815.6
TOTAL6012100.0
94) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . . ? Media (TRUMEDI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.4
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know2814.7
1) Fully distrust4667.8
2) Somewhat distrust79113.2
3) Neither trust nor distrust228538.0
4) Somewhat trust164627.4
5) Fully trust5068.4
TOTAL6012100.0
95) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Local government (TRULOCG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer300.5
-1) Don't know3065.1
1) Fully distrust70311.7
2) Somewhat distrust84514.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust179629.9
4) Somewhat trust166327.7
5) Fully trust64610.7
TOTAL6012100.0
96) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Religious institutions to which you belong (TRURELI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer681.1
-1) Don't know3455.7
1) Fully distrust3405.7
2) Somewhat distrust3586.0
3) Neither trust nor distrust98416.4
4) Somewhat trust169828.2
5) Fully trust220736.7
TOTAL6012100.0
97) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? Ombudsman (TRUOMB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer540.9
-1) Don't know146124.3
1) Fully distrust5168.6
2) Somewhat distrust4798.0
3) Neither trust nor distrust152625.4
4) Somewhat trust141623.6
5) Fully trust5549.2
TOTAL6012100.0
98) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? European Union (TRUSTEU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer360.6
-1) Don't know124620.7
1) Fully distrust5739.5
2) Somewhat distrust60810.1
3) Neither trust nor distrust149624.9
4) Somewhat trust142023.6
5) Fully trust62510.4
TOTAL6012100.0
99) [SHOW CARD P4] I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please assess your level of trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where ‘1' means 'Fully distrust', and ‘5' means 'Fully trust'. First, please tell me how much do you trust or distrust [country]'s . . .? United Nations (TRUSTUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer400.7
-1) Don't know125320.8
1) Fully distrust61410.2
2) Somewhat distrust5989.9
3) Neither trust nor distrust145324.2
4) Somewhat trust140923.4
5) Fully trust63910.6
TOTAL6012100.0
100) How do you think people in other countries of the world feel about [country] -- is [country] generally liked or disliked? (PEWGENL)
TOTAL%
-5) People don't know about [country]3295.5
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know113718.9
0) Generally disliked61110.2
1) Generally liked389164.7
TOTAL6012100.0
101) What do you think is the most important issue facing [country] at the moment? (IMPISS1)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know250.4
1) Affordability of healthcare2093.5
2) Corruption3195.3
3) Fairness of the court system240.4
4) Fairness of elections300.5
5) Protection of human rights581.0
6) Unemployment215835.9
7) NATO membership230.4
8) Insurance of peace in the country2894.8
9) Pensions2133.5
10) Political instability in the country601.0
11) Poverty5759.6
12) Property rights140.2
13) Quality of education540.9
14) Relations with Russia611.0
15) Rising prices/inflation2183.6
16) Territorial integrity143123.8
17) Wages1202.0
18) Other1282.1
TOTAL6012100.0
102) And tell me the second most important issue facing [country] at the moment. (IMPISS2)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable/nothing else important1262.1
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know921.5
1) Affordability of healthcare2464.1
2) Corruption2874.8
3) Fairness of the court system440.7
4) Fairness of elections270.4
5) Protection of human rights1151.9
6) Unemployment127221.2
7) NATO membership320.5
8) Insurance of peace in the country2313.8
9) Pensions3696.1
10) Political instability in the country570.9
11) Poverty115019.1
12) Property rights210.3
13) Quality of education1252.1
14) Relations with Russia1252.1
15) Rising prices/inflation61510.2
16) Territorial integrity4878.1
17) Wages4337.2
18) Other1342.2
TOTAL6012100.0
103) Under the present system of government in [country], do you completely agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or completely disagree that people like yourself are treated fairly by the government? (FAIRTRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer621.0
-1) Don't know5328.8
1) Completely disagree131421.9
2) Somewhat disagree192332.0
3) Somewhat agree175029.1
4) Completely agree4267.1
TOTAL6012100.0
104) [SHOW CARD P10] 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 error811.3
-2) Refuse to answer801.3
-1) Don't know5098.5
0) No220036.6
1) Yes314252.3
TOTAL6012100.0
105) [SHOW CARD P10] 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 error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer380.6
-1) Don't know2864.8
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 1193732.2
2) Agree with Statement 1180029.9
3) Agree with Statement 2106817.8
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 266611.1
5) Agree with neither2073.4
TOTAL6012100.0
106) [SHOW CARD P11] Please tell me which of the following statements 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 citizens over others. (OBJCOUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer1151.9
-1) Don't know113118.8
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 1161326.8
2) Agree with Statement 1186631.0
3) Agree with Statement 282013.6
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 21833.0
5) Agree with neither2794.6
TOTAL6012100.0
107) 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 error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer1161.9
-1) Don't know71011.8
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 1109618.2
2) Agree with Statement 1131921.9
3) Agree with Statement 2172728.7
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 262110.3
5) Agree with neither4146.9
TOTAL6012100.0
108) Did you vote in the last national [type of election] election? (VOTLELE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer280.5
-1) Don't know330.5
0) No167827.9
1) Yes427271.1
TOTAL6012100.0
109) Would you say that the most recent [type of election] election was conducted complerely fairly, to some extent fairly, or not at all fairly? (ELCOND)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer681.1
-1) Don't know147824.6
1) Not at all fairly128021.3
2) To some extent fairly204734.0
3) Completely fairly113418.9
TOTAL6012100.0
110) If presidential elections were held next Sunday, would you participate in the elections or not? Would you certainly participate, most probably participate, most probably not participate, or certainly not participate? (VOTPRCP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know4026.7
1) Certainly not participate5248.7
2) Most probably not participate3746.2
3) Most probably participate121520.2
4) Certainly participate347557.8
TOTAL6012100.0
111) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? All parties or candidates have equal possibilities to campaign for elections. (ELECEQP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1452.4
-1) Don't know121620.2
1) Completely disagree67911.3
2) Somewhat disagree123720.6
3) Somewhat agree180430.0
4) Completely agree92315.4
TOTAL6012100.0
112) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Election administration is politically biased. (ELADMBS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer2263.8
-1) Don't know160926.8
1) Completely disagree3676.1
2) Somewhat disagree127921.3
3) Somewhat agree170328.3
4) Completely agree81713.6
TOTAL6012100.0
113) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Voters are free from intimidation and pressure. (VOTERFR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.4
-2) Refuse to answer1873.1
-1) Don't know122420.4
1) Completely disagree61510.2
2) Somewhat disagree123320.5
3) Somewhat agree165627.5
4) Completely agree107117.8
TOTAL6012100.0
114) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Parties/candidates do not have equal access to the media during election campaigns. (ACMEDIA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer1752.9
-1) Don't know135222.5
1) Completely disagree5158.6
2) Somewhat disagree135922.6
3) Somewhat agree183030.4
4) Completely agree77612.9
TOTAL6012100.0
115) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? [Country] is governed by the rule of law. (POLRLAW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1943.2
-1) Don't know97416.2
1) Completely disagree68311.4
2) Somewhat disagree139623.2
3) Somewhat agree185530.9
4) Completely agree90215.0
TOTAL6012100.0
116) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Courts handle election disputes impartially. (COURIMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer2343.9
-1) Don't know202833.7
1) Completely disagree78213.0
2) Somewhat disagree138523.0
3) Somewhat agree120920.1
4) Completely agree3575.9
TOTAL6012100.0
117) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? High officials are not punished for unlawful actions. (EXECPUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer1762.9
-1) Don't know112818.8
1) Completely disagree4788.0
2) Somewhat disagree122220.3
3) Somewhat agree152325.3
4) Completely agree147624.6
TOTAL6012100.0
118) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Major TV channels are independent from the government. (POLMEDI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-2) Refuse to answer1732.9
-1) Don't know138223.0
1) Completely disagree83914.0
2) Somewhat disagree182530.4
3) Somewhat agree138523.0
4) Completely agree3936.5
TOTAL6012100.0
119) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Courts are under the governmental influence. (COURINF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer2414.0
-1) Don't know179229.8
1) Completely disagree2424.0
2) Somewhat disagree86614.4
3) Somewhat agree174229.0
4) Completely agree110918.4
TOTAL6012100.0
120) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Votes are counted correctly. (VOTECNT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.4
-2) Refuse to answer1793.0
-1) Don't know174429.0
1) Completely disagree83613.9
2) Somewhat disagree113118.8
3) Somewhat agree141923.6
4) Completely agree67611.2
TOTAL6012100.0
121) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Citizens can form or join political parties without any restrictions. (POLUNIO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer1823.0
-1) Don't know172228.6
1) Completely disagree2644.4
2) Somewhat disagree72712.1
3) Somewhat agree188831.4
4) Completely agree122620.4
TOTAL6012100.0
122) [SHOW CARD P16] Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? The winner of elections is entitled to govern [country] as he/she feels fit. (WINNERG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer2123.5
-1) Don't know124320.7
1) Completely disagree146424.4
2) Somewhat disagree134122.3
3) Somewhat agree109418.2
4) Completely agree65410.9
TOTAL6012100.0
123) [SHOW CARD P17] 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 error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer490.8
-1) Don't know89414.9
1) Don't support at all4337.2
2) Rather not support4297.1
3) Equally support and don't support123920.6
4) Rather support166927.8
5) Fully support129221.5
TOTAL6012100.0
124) [SHOW CARD P18] Here is the list of five dangers in the world today. In your opinion, which one of these poses the greatest threat to the world? (PEWTHRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know2353.9
1) Spread of nuclear weapons251541.8
2) Religious and ethnic hatred86914.5
3) AIDS and other infectious diseases76912.8
4) Pollution and other environmental problems5539.2
5) Growing gap between the rich and poor105017.5
TOTAL6012100.0
125) Were you or any member of your household injured during public demonstrations since 1988 in [country]? (PUBDINJ)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know300.5
0) No563393.7
1) Yes3445.7
TOTAL6012100.0
126) Was any member of your household killed as a result of conflict in [country] since 1988? (PUBDKIL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-1) Don't know200.3
0) No577396.0
1) Yes2043.4
TOTAL6012100.0
127) Were you, any member of your household, or your ancestors forced to move or were displaced during the Communist regime? (MOVECOM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know1272.1
0) No528187.8
1) Yes5889.8
TOTAL6012100.0
128) [SHOW CARD AR1] Using this scale of 1 to 5, where ‘1' means no support and ‘5' means your full support, to what extent would you support Turkey becoming a member of the European Union? (AR20101)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know1873.1
1) Don't support80013.3
2) Rather not support2914.8
3) Equally support and don't support4487.5
4) Rather support1452.4
5) Fully support400.7
TOTAL6012100.0
129) [SHOW CARD AR1] To what extent would you support the Armenian government opening the border with Turkey? (AR20102)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know581.0
1) Don't support5899.8
2) Rather not support2394.0
3) Equally support and don't support2333.9
4) Rather support5008.3
5) Fully support2974.9
TOTAL6012100.0
130) [SHOW CARD AR1] To what extent would you support the Armenian government opening the border with Turkey with no preconditions? (AR20103)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know731.2
1) Don't support64010.6
2) Rather not support2954.9
3) Equally support and don't support2414.0
4) Rather support3565.9
5) Fully support3045.1
TOTAL6012100.0
131) [SHOW CARD AR4] There are various opinions regarding what will happen in Armenia if the country opens its borders with Turkey. In your opinion, will the opening of borders with Turkey have no effect, be beneficial, or be harmful for the Armenian economy? (AR10401)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know1853.1
1) Harmful62510.4
2) Beneficial93215.5
3) Have no effect1752.9
TOTAL6012100.0
132) [SHOW CARD AR4] There are various opinions regarding what will happen in Armenia if the country opens its borders with Turkey. In your opinion, will the opening of borders with Turkey have no effect, be beneficial, or be harmful for internal political processes in Armenia? (AR10402)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know3505.8
1) Harmful84514.1
2) Beneficial2243.7
3) Have no effect4978.3
TOTAL6012100.0
133) [SHOW CARD AR4] There are various opinions regarding what will happen in Armenia if the country opens its borders with Turkey. In your opinion, will the opening of borders with Turkey have no effect, be beneficial, or be harmful for national security in Armenia? (AR10403)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know2714.5
1) Harmful111618.6
2) Beneficial1302.2
3) Have no effect4026.7
TOTAL6012100.0
134) [SHOW CARD AR5] Using this CARD, please tell me, in your opinion, how negative or how positive is the population of Turkey's general attitude toward Armenians? (AR20105)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know1161.9
1) Completely negative64310.7
2) Rather negative5899.8
3) Neutral2754.6
4) Rather positive2474.1
5) Completely positive510.8
TOTAL6012100.0
135) [SHOW CARD AR5] In your opinion, how negative or how positive is the population of Turkey's s general attitude toward the country of Armenia? (AR20106)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409068.0
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know1121.9
1) Completely negative73412.2
2) Rather negative63110.5
3) Neutral2604.3
4) Rather positive1582.6
5) Completely positive250.4
TOTAL6012100.0
136) [SHOW CARD GE1] Which of the following activities do you think is the most important for the Georgian government to perform in the next two years in order to find a solution to the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict? (GE20101)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer661.1
-1) Don't know3776.3
1) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Abkhazia3706.2
2) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Russia2854.7
3) Recognize the independence of Abkhazia240.4
4) Officially apologize to the Abkhaz people for any wrongdoing by the Georgian side390.6
5) Allow civil society a greater role in activities contributing to reconciliation3325.5
6) Support activities to establish the fate of missing persons on both sides of the conflict (e.g. collect information on burial sites)941.6
7) Conduct a military intervention in Abkhazia110.2
8) Commence negotiations with Russia about Abkhazia's status2924.9
9) Commence negotiations with the de-facto Abkhaz authorities1983.3
TOTAL6012100.0
137) [SHOW CARD GE1] Which of the following activities do you think is the second most important for the Georgian government to perform in the next two years in order to find a solution to the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict? (GE20102)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer931.5
-1) Don't know5148.5
1) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Abkhazia1562.6
2) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Russia2394.0
3) Recognize the independence of Abkhazia140.2
4) Officially apologize to the Abkhaz people for any wrongdoing by the Georgian side550.9
5) Allow civil society a greater role in activities contributing to reconciliation3035.0
6) Support activities to establish the fate of missing persons on both sides of the conflict (e.g. collect information on burial sites)2143.6
7) Conduct a military intervention in Abkhazia120.2
8) Commence negotiations with Russia about Abkhazia's status2444.1
9) Commence negotiations with the de-facto Abkhaz authorities2394.0
TOTAL6012100.0
138) [SHOW CARD GE1] And which of the following activities do you think is the third most important for the Georgian government to perform in the next two years in order to find a solution to the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict? (GE20103)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer1121.9
-1) Don't know67511.2
1) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Abkhazia1262.1
2) Sign a nonuse of force agreement with Russia1302.2
3) Recognize the independence of Abkhazia110.2
4) Officially apologize to the Abkhaz people for any wrongdoing by the Georgian side350.6
5) Allow civil society a greater role in activities contributing to reconciliation2363.9
6) Support activities to establish the fate of missing persons on both sides of the conflict (e.g. collect information on burial sites)2233.7
7) Conduct a military intervention in Abkhazia230.4
8) Commence negotiations with Russia about Abkhazia's status2193.6
9) Commence negotiations with the de-facto Abkhaz authorities2814.7
TOTAL6012100.0
139) In your opinion, have the prospects of Abkhazia becoming an integral part of Georgia proper increased, stayed the same or decreased since the August 2008 conflict? (GE20104)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer290.5
-1) Don't know3465.8
1) Decreased81713.6
2) Stayed the same70211.7
3) Increased1883.1
TOTAL6012100.0
140) [SHOW CARD GE5] Please tell me with which one of the following statements do you agree? Statement 1: In order to resolve the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, we should leave injustices that happened in the past alone. Statement 2: In order to resolve the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict, we should address the injustices that happened in the past. (GE20105)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip392365.3
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer380.6
-1) Don't know2133.5
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 12854.7
2) Agree with Statement 14637.7
3) Agree with Statement 268211.3
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 23455.7
5) Agree with neither530.9
TOTAL6012100.0
141) There are a number of ethnic groups living in [country]. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of? (ETHNIC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) Armenian201133.4
2) Azerbaijani204834.1
3) Georgian181530.2
4) Other Caucasian ethnicity (Abkhazian, Lezgin, Ossetian, Talysh, etc.)560.9
5) Russian290.5
6) Other ethnicity470.8
TOTAL6012100.0
142) Which language did you mainly speak at home when you were a child? (NATLANG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know20.0
1) Armenian195332.5
2) Azerbaijani202733.7
3) Georgian169128.1
4) Russian1081.8
5) Other language2233.7
TOTAL6012100.0
143) 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 error120.2
-1) Don't know100.2
0) 0430.7
1) 160.1
2) 2170.3
3) 3340.6
4) 4771.3
5) 5410.7
6) 6350.6
7) 7751.2
8) 83575.9
9) 91462.4
10) 10159226.5
11) 1178713.1
12) 124377.3
13) 135489.1
14) 144747.9
15) 1580913.5
16) 162604.3
17) 17871.4
18) 18691.1
19) 19400.7
20) 20400.7
21) 2160.1
22) 2240.1
24) 2410.0
25) 2550.1
TOTAL6012100.0
144) [SHOW CARD D4] Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: Russian (KNOWRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know440.7
1) No basic knowledge91015.1
2) Beginner113518.9
3) Intermediate269944.9
4) Advanced121620.2
TOTAL6012100.0
145) [SHOW CARD D4] Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: English (KNOWENG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know2313.8
1) No basic knowledge428271.2
2) Beginner79813.3
3) Intermediate5549.2
4) Advanced1292.1
TOTAL6012100.0
146) [SHOW CARD D4] Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: Computer (Microsoft Office programs, excluding games) (COMPABL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know2564.3
1) No basic knowledge406667.6
2) Beginner67911.3
3) Intermediate63710.6
4) Advanced3445.7
TOTAL6012100.0
147) How often do you use the Internet? Do you use the Internet every day, at least once a week, at least once a month, less often, or never? (FRQINTR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-2) Refuse to answer310.5
-1) Don't know641.1
1) Every day59910.0
2) At least once a week3736.2
3) At least once a month1592.6
4) Less often4757.9
5) Never368361.3
6) I don't know what the Internet is61310.2
TOTAL6012100.0
148) Which foreign language, if any, do you think should be mandatory in secondary schools of [country]? (FLMANDSC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know2484.1
1) No foreign language should be mandatory5779.6
2) English355259.1
3) Russian147924.6
4) Turkish651.1
5) Other foreign language661.1
TOTAL6012100.0
149) In your opinion, has the quality of education in [country]'s [public] secondary schools improved, remained the same, or worsened during the last five years? (QUALESC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error380.6
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know72412.0
1) Worsened152325.3
2) Remained the same142223.7
3) Improved229738.2
TOTAL6012100.0
150) What do you think is the ideal number of children per family in [country]? (IDEALNCH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know1392.3
0) 050.1
1) 11552.6
2) 2166727.7
3) 3215935.9
4) 4133322.2
5) 53485.8
6) 6961.6
7) 7330.5
8) 8170.3
9) 920.0
10) 10290.5
11) 1140.1
12) 1230.0
TOTAL6012100.0
151) If a family has one child, what would be the preferred gender of the child? (GNDPREF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know370.6
1) A girl5739.5
2) A boy247241.1
3) Does not matter292148.6
TOTAL6012100.0
152) To what extent would you agree or disagree with the following statement: 'A university education is more important for a boy than for a girl.' Would you completely disagree, rather disagree, rather agree, or fully agree? (PEWHEDG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer110.2
-1) Don't know2444.1
1) Completely disagree240640.0
2) Somewhat disagree161826.9
3) Somewhat agree112218.7
4) Completely agree5949.9
TOTAL6012100.0
153) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Drink strong alcohol (vodka, brandy)? (ACCVODK)
TOTAL%
-33) Not acceptable at any age443673.8
-9) Break off10.0
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer560.9
-1) Don't know1853.1
14) 1420.0
15) 1580.1
16) 16190.3
17) 17250.4
18) 182384.0
19) 19250.4
20) 203215.3
21) 21210.3
22) 22400.7
23) 23300.5
24) 2490.1
25) 252544.2
26) 2650.1
27) 2750.1
28) 28110.2
29) 2920.0
30) 301562.6
32) 3210.0
33) 3350.1
35) 35280.5
40) 40641.1
42) 4210.0
45) 45120.2
50) 50230.4
60) 60100.2
TOTAL6012100.0
154) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Smoke tobacco? (ACCTOBA)
TOTAL%
-33) Not acceptable at any age532488.6
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer641.1
-1) Don't know2033.4
15) 1510.0
16) 1660.1
17) 17110.2
18) 18671.1
19) 1990.1
20) 20821.4
21) 2140.1
22) 2260.1
23) 2380.1
24) 2420.0
25) 25560.9
26) 2630.0
27) 2720.0
28) 2840.1
30) 30430.7
33) 3370.1
35) 35150.2
38) 3820.0
40) 40230.4
45) 4580.1
50) 50160.3
55) 5510.0
60) 60190.3
TOTAL6012100.0
155) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Live separately from parents before marriage? (ACCSEPL)
TOTAL%
-33) Not acceptable at any age445674.1
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error330.5
-2) Refuse to answer550.9
-1) Don't know3696.1
18) 182163.6
19) 1990.1
20) 202744.6
21) 21170.3
22) 22360.6
23) 23260.4
24) 24180.3
25) 253035.0
26) 2660.1
27) 27200.3
28) 2870.1
30) 301161.9
32) 3210.0
33) 3350.1
35) 35240.4
38) 3820.0
40) 40170.3
TOTAL6012100.0
156) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Have sexual relations before marriage? (ACCSEBM)
TOTAL%
-33) Not acceptable at any age516285.9
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error320.5
-2) Refuse to answer1322.2
-1) Don't know3105.2
15) 1510.0
16) 1660.1
17) 1780.1
18) 18951.6
19) 1970.1
20) 20661.1
21) 21100.2
22) 2280.1
23) 2380.1
24) 2470.1
25) 25510.8
26) 2640.1
27) 2730.0
28) 2840.1
30) 30430.7
32) 3210.0
33) 3370.1
35) 35310.5
36) 3620.0
40) 40120.2
TOTAL6012100.0
157) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Get married? (ACCMARR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error500.8
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1081.8
14) 1430.0
15) 15100.2
16) 16591.0
17) 17941.6
18) 1899516.6
19) 192394.0
20) 20191031.8
21) 213075.1
22) 2271111.8
23) 234357.2
24) 242353.9
25) 2573412.2
26) 26250.4
27) 27220.4
28) 28130.2
29) 2930.0
30) 30320.5
33) 3350.1
35) 3540.1
TOTAL6012100.0
158) Sometimes people are considered too young to do or experience certain things. Could you please tell me, from what age do you think it is acceptable for a woman to: Cohabit with a man without marriage? (ACCCOHB)
TOTAL%
-33) Not acceptable at any age482080.2
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer991.6
-1) Don't know3626.0
16) 1640.1
17) 1760.1
18) 18681.1
19) 1960.1
20) 20911.5
21) 21130.2
22) 22180.3
23) 23150.2
24) 2470.1
25) 251061.8
26) 2680.1
27) 27110.2
28) 28100.2
30) 301292.1
31) 3120.0
32) 3250.1
33) 3390.1
35) 35791.3
36) 3650.1
37) 3730.0
38) 3860.1
39) 3910.0
40) 40701.2
41) 4120.0
42) 4210.0
43) 4330.0
44) 4420.0
45) 45180.3
46) 4610.0
47) 4710.0
48) 4820.0
50) 50100.2
TOTAL6012100.0
159) Generally speaking, in [country] today, who has a better life -- women or men? (PEWBETL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know3786.3
1) Women120820.1
2) Men185730.9
3) Women's and men's lives are similar255442.5
TOTAL6012100.0
160) In your opinion, which household member should be the main decision maker in a family -- a man or a woman? (GENDECI)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-1) Don't know210.3
1) A man418669.6
2) A woman1572.6
3) Equally163227.1
TOTAL6012100.0
161) In your opinion, ideally, who should normally be the breadwinner in [country]'s families -- a man or a woman? (GENBREA)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-1) Don't know160.3
1) A man504383.9
2) A woman611.0
3) Equally87714.6
TOTAL6012100.0
162) Speaking about the majority of the families in [country] today, who is the breadwinner -- a man or a woman? (GENBRER)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-1) Don't know1492.5
1) A man344657.3
2) A woman130621.7
3) Equally109518.2
TOTAL6012100.0
163) Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself to belong to? (RELGION)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-5) None2904.8
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know70.1
1) Armenian Apostolic Church169028.1
2) Roman Catholic Church220.4
3) Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church167427.8
4) Protestant church80.1
5) Other Christian church or sect (Jehovah's Witness, Mormons, etc.)490.8
6) Islam223237.1
7) Judaism30.0
8) Other240.4
TOTAL6012100.0
164) [SHOW CARD D17] How important is religion in your daily life? Please use this CARD. (RELIMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-7) Legal skip3025.0
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer140.2
-1) Don't know611.0
1) Not at all important1622.7
2) Not very important73212.2
3) Rather important265344.1
4) Very important208034.6
TOTAL6012100.0
165) [SHOW CARD D18] Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? Please use this CARD. (RELSERV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-7) Legal skip3025.0
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know350.6
1) Every day310.5
2) More than once a week1392.3
3) Once a week4257.1
4) At least once a month89915.0
5) Only on special holidays147224.5
6) Less often157326.2
7) Never111318.5
TOTAL6012100.0
166) How often do you fast when it is required by your religious traditions? Do you always fast, often fast, sometimes fast, rarely fast, or never fast? (RELFAST)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-7) Legal skip3025.0
-5) Not applicable380.6
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know250.4
1) Always fast3746.2
2) Often fast2974.9
3) Sometimes fast5308.8
4) Rarely fast88614.7
5) Never fast353558.8
TOTAL6012100.0
167) [SHOW CARD D20] Overall, how religious would you say you are? Please use this CARD, where ‘1' means 'Not at all religious' and ‘10' means 'Very religious.' (RLGIOUS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-7) Legal skip3025.0
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1262.1
1) 13055.1
2) 23505.8
3) 35348.9
4) 45749.5
5) 5116819.4
6) 65378.9
7) 763610.6
8) 863810.6
9) 91893.1
10) 1061910.3
TOTAL6012100.0
168) How many times did you travel to [capital of country] within the last two months? (CAPTRIP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off10.0
-7) Legal skip143423.9
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know530.9
0) 0255042.4
1) 170511.7
2) 24036.7
3) 31873.1
4) 41322.2
5) 51312.2
6) 6480.8
7) 7150.2
8) 8400.7
9) 920.0
10) 101001.7
11) 1130.0
12) 1230.0
14) 1410.0
15) 15210.3
16) 1640.1
20) 20550.9
24) 2410.0
25) 2580.1
29) 2910.0
30) 30350.6
40) 40100.2
44) 4420.0
45) 4510.0
50) 50230.4
52) 5210.0
54) 5410.0
56) 5610.0
58) 5810.0
60) 60250.4
61) 6110.0
TOTAL6012100.0
169) How many times have you been outside the [country] in the last five years? (FORTRIP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know480.8
0) 0474779.0
1) 15188.6
2) 22293.8
3) 31252.1
4) 4681.1
5) 51071.8
6) 6410.7
7) 7100.2
8) 8130.2
9) 920.0
10) 10380.6
11) 1110.0
12) 1220.0
14) 1410.0
15) 15150.2
16) 1610.0
17) 1720.0
20) 2080.1
23) 2310.0
25) 2510.0
30) 3040.1
40) 4030.0
50) 5040.1
70) 7010.0
99) 9920.0
TOTAL6012100.0
170) If you had a chance, would you leave [country] for a certain period of time to live somewhere else? (MIGSHRT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know1041.7
0) No293248.8
1) Yes296449.3
TOTAL6012100.0
171) If you had a chance, would you leave [country] forever to live somewhere else? (EMIGRAT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off20.0
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know1342.2
0) No487481.1
1) Yes98716.4
TOTAL6012100.0
172) Generally speaking, how comfortable would you feel traveling by yourself to a country in which you did not speak the language? Would you feel completely uncomfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, somewhat comfortable, or completely comfortable? (COMFTRV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer490.8
-1) Don't know5629.3
1) Completely uncomfortable323053.7
2) Somewhat uncomfortable153825.6
3) Somewhat comfortable3936.5
4) Completely comfortable2243.7
TOTAL6012100.0
173) How comfortable would you feel with a woman as your immediate boss? Would you feel completely uncomfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, somewhat comfortable, or completely comfortable? (COMFWBS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer791.3
-1) Don't know83413.9
1) Completely uncomfortable61510.2
2) Somewhat uncomfortable70811.8
3) Somewhat comfortable144724.1
4) Completely comfortable232238.6
TOTAL6012100.0
174) And how comfortable would you feel with a 25-year-old recent graduate as your immediate boss? Would you feel completely uncomfortable, somewhat uncomfortable, somewhat comfortable, or completely comfortable? (COMFYBS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer991.6
-1) Don't know98916.5
1) Completely uncomfortable77712.9
2) Somewhat uncomfortable94515.7
3) Somewhat comfortable155925.9
4) Completely comfortable163227.1
TOTAL6012100.0
175) People sometimes slaughter chicken or home animals, either for food or also as part of their traditions. Would it make you feel disturbed if you watched a chicken being slaughtered? (CHICKSL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer520.9
-1) Don't know901.5
0) No321853.5
1) Yes264444.0
TOTAL6012100.0
176) And would it make you feel disturbed if you watched a home animal being slaughtered? (HANIMSL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer400.7
-1) Don't know941.6
0) No302150.2
1) Yes284947.4
TOTAL6012100.0
177) At what age were you first present when a chicken or home animal was slaughtered? (AGE1SLA)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off30.0
-5) Never4347.2
-3) Interviewer error430.7
-2) Refuse to answer701.2
-1) Don't know219736.5
1) 1100.2
2) 2260.4
3) 31202.0
4) 42273.8
5) 55979.9
6) 63926.5
7) 73616.0
8) 82944.9
9) 9811.3
10) 105328.8
11) 11450.7
12) 121452.4
13) 13490.8
14) 14410.7
15) 151472.4
16) 16340.6
17) 17160.3
18) 18280.5
19) 1980.1
20) 20390.6
21) 2150.1
22) 2250.1
23) 2370.1
24) 2450.1
25) 25190.3
26) 2610.0
27) 2730.0
28) 2830.0
30) 3070.1
31) 3110.0
33) 3310.0
34) 3410.0
35) 3520.0
36) 3610.0
37) 3710.0
40) 4040.1
42) 4210.0
45) 4530.0
49) 4910.0
50) 5010.0
60) 6010.0
TOTAL6012100.0
178) [SHOW CARD D30] Please tell me which of the following statements you agree with? Statement 1: I can slaughter a chicken myself, if necessary. Statement 2: Even if necessary, I would not slaughter a chicken myself. (RSLAUCH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off40.1
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer611.0
-1) Don't know1512.5
1) Agree very strongly with Statement 1169728.2
2) Agree with Statement 1110918.4
3) Agree with Statement 2108318.0
4) Agree very strongly with Statement 2165427.5
5) Agree with neither2394.0
TOTAL6012100.0
179) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Climate control system(s) (HEATCCS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No572095.1
1) Yes1642.7
TOTAL6012100.0
180) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Coal/kerosene stove(s) (HEATCKS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No583097.0
1) Yes530.9
TOTAL6012100.0
181) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Electric heater(s) (HEATELH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No440973.3
1) Yes147224.5
TOTAL6012100.0
182) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Gas stove(s) (HEATGS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No474278.9
1) Yes113918.9
TOTAL6012100.0
183) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Gas heater(s) (HEATGH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No485180.7
1) Yes103217.2
TOTAL6012100.0
184) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Public central heating system (HEATPUCH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No584597.2
1) Yes380.6
TOTAL6012100.0
185) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Private central heating system (HEATPRCH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No564393.9
1) Yes2404.0
TOTAL6012100.0
186) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Wood burning stove(s) (HEATWBS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No302750.3
1) Yes285547.5
TOTAL6012100.0
187) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? Other (HEATOTH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-5) No heating last winter931.5
-3) Interviewer error380.6
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know30.0
0) No569794.8
1) Yes1622.7
TOTAL6012100.0
188) Which of the following statements best describes the current economic situation of your household? (ECONSTN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer560.9
-1) Don't know450.7
1) Money is not enough for food167327.8
2) Money is enough for food only, but not for clothes228538.0
3) Money is enough for food and clothes, but not enough for expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine.157826.2
4) We can afford to buy some expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine2674.4
5) We can afford to buy anything we need911.5
TOTAL6012100.0
189) Now, I will read you a series of household items. Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order. Please tell me whether or not your household owns a color television. (OWNCOTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No4607.7
1) Yes554392.2
TOTAL6012100.0
190) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a DVD player. (OWNDVDP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No334055.6
1) Yes265244.1
TOTAL6012100.0
191) Please tell me whether or not your household owns an automatic washing machine. (OWNWASH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No382663.6
1) Yes217336.1
TOTAL6012100.0
192) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a refrigerator. (OWNFRDG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No144824.1
1) Yes455375.7
TOTAL6012100.0
193) Please tell me whether or not your household owns an air conditioner. (OWNAIRC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error310.5
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
0) No539789.8
1) Yes5759.6
TOTAL6012100.0
194) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a car. (OWNCARS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No445074.0
1) Yes154225.6
TOTAL6012100.0
195) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a landline phone. (OWNPHON)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error1001.7
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No254742.4
1) Yes335755.8
TOTAL6012100.0
196) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a cell phone. (OWNCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know10.0
0) No85314.2
1) Yes514685.6
TOTAL6012100.0
197) Please tell me whether or not your household has activated Internet access from your personal cell phone. (WEBCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error671.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know50.1
0) No518486.2
1) Yes74612.4
TOTAL6012100.0
198) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a personal computer, including a laptop. (OWNCOMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error430.7
-2) Refuse to answer90.1
-1) Don't know1933.2
0) No461776.8
1) Yes114319.0
TOTAL6012100.0
199) Please tell me whether or not your household has Internet access from your home computer. (WEBHOME)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip481980.2
-3) Interviewer error601.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know20.0
0) No2574.3
1) Yes86614.4
TOTAL6012100.0
200) How many color TVs does your household own? (NUMCOTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip4617.7
-3) Interviewer error380.6
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1486981.0
2) 25429.0
3) 3791.3
4) 4120.2
5) 520.0
7) 710.0
TOTAL6012100.0
201) How many DVD players does your household own? (NUMDVDP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip334155.6
-3) Interviewer error350.6
1) 1255042.4
2) 2731.2
3) 360.1
TOTAL6012100.0
202) How many washing machines does your household own? (NUMWASH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip382763.7
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-1) Don't know10.0
1) 1215235.8
2) 2100.2
TOTAL6012100.0
203) How many refrigerators does your household own? (NUMFRDG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip144924.1
-3) Interviewer error861.4
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know20.0
1) 1440773.3
2) 2480.8
3) 390.1
4) 410.0
5) 520.0
TOTAL6012100.0
204) How many air conditioners does your household own? (NUMAIRC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip539989.8
-3) Interviewer error360.6
1) 15539.2
2) 2150.2
4) 420.0
TOTAL6012100.0
205) How many cars does your household own? (NUMCARS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip445174.0
-3) Interviewer error440.7
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know10.0
1) 1141923.6
2) 2851.4
3) 330.0
4) 410.0
TOTAL6012100.0
206) How many cell phones does your household own? (NUMCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip85514.2
-3) Interviewer error701.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know10.0
1) 1213535.5
2) 2156526.0
3) 376412.7
4) 44086.8
5) 51512.5
6) 6390.6
7) 760.1
8) 860.1
9) 910.0
10) 1030.0
TOTAL6012100.0
207) How many personal computers does your household own? (NUMCOMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip481980.2
-3) Interviewer error691.1
1) 1105917.6
2) 2490.8
3) 370.1
4) 410.0
5) 510.0
TOTAL6012100.0
208) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Color TV (YRPCOTV)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip4617.7
-5) Not applicable1432.4
-3) Interviewer error320.5
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know1322.2
1970) 197010.0
1973) 197310.0
1978) 197810.0
1980) 1980140.2
1981) 198120.0
1982) 198220.0
1984) 198410.0
1985) 1985150.2
1986) 198640.1
1987) 198770.1
1988) 198860.1
1989) 198970.1
1990) 1990621.0
1991) 199180.1
1992) 1992110.2
1993) 1993200.3
1994) 1994250.4
1995) 19951031.7
1996) 1996641.1
1997) 1997681.1
1998) 19981111.8
1999) 1999841.4
2000) 20005699.5
2001) 20012043.4
2002) 20022874.8
2003) 20033345.6
2004) 20044156.9
2005) 200563510.6
2006) 20064737.9
2007) 20074948.2
2008) 20084767.9
2009) 20093756.2
2010) 20102153.6
9000) 9000931.5
9970) 997020.0
9980) 998090.1
9990) 9990320.5
TOTAL6012100.0
209) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. DVD player (YRPDVDP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip334155.6
-5) Not applicable460.8
-3) Interviewer error440.7
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know330.5
1990) 199010.0
1995) 199560.1
1996) 199640.1
1998) 1998130.2
1999) 199950.1
2000) 2000881.5
2001) 2001310.5
2002) 2002611.0
2003) 2003871.4
2004) 20041352.2
2005) 20053666.1
2006) 20063135.2
2007) 20074187.0
2008) 20084808.0
2009) 20093345.6
2010) 20101502.5
9000) 9000400.7
9990) 999050.1
TOTAL6012100.0
210) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Automatic washing machine (YRPWASH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip382763.7
-5) Not applicable460.8
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know170.3
1975) 197530.0
1976) 197610.0
1978) 197810.0
1979) 197910.0
1980) 198030.0
1982) 198210.0
1983) 198310.0
1985) 1985130.2
1986) 198610.0
1987) 198710.0
1988) 198840.1
1989) 198950.1
1990) 1990170.3
1992) 199210.0
1993) 199360.1
1994) 199430.0
1995) 1995110.2
1996) 199680.1
1997) 199740.1
1998) 1998170.3
1999) 1999210.3
2000) 2000831.4
2001) 2001250.4
2002) 2002390.6
2003) 2003681.1
2004) 20041171.9
2005) 20052223.7
2006) 20062293.8
2007) 20072804.7
2008) 20083646.1
2009) 20093035.0
2010) 20101803.0
9000) 9000290.5
9970) 997020.0
9980) 998060.1
9990) 9990240.4
TOTAL6012100.0
211) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Refrigerator (YRPFRDG)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121704.3511889
212) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Air conditioner (YRPAIRC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip539989.8
-5) Not applicable50.1
-3) Interviewer error410.7
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know190.3
1980) 198030.0
1985) 198520.0
1986) 198610.0
1988) 198810.0
1989) 198950.1
1990) 199060.1
1991) 199110.0
1993) 199310.0
1994) 199410.0
1995) 199590.1
1996) 199630.0
1997) 199750.1
1998) 1998140.2
1999) 199950.1
2000) 2000190.3
2001) 2001130.2
2002) 200290.1
2003) 2003120.2
2004) 2004200.3
2005) 2005480.8
2006) 2006510.8
2007) 2007651.1
2008) 2008891.5
2009) 2009871.4
2010) 2010480.8
9000) 900090.1
9980) 998080.1
9990) 999050.1
TOTAL6012100.0
213) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Car (YRPCARS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012559.1751225
214) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Cell phone (YRPCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip85514.2
-5) Not applicable1412.3
-3) Interviewer error510.8
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1242.1
1995) 199510.0
1996) 199610.0
1997) 199720.0
1998) 199860.1
1999) 1999100.2
2000) 2000911.5
2001) 2001180.3
2002) 2002560.9
2003) 2003741.2
2004) 20041362.3
2005) 20053756.2
2006) 20063305.5
2007) 20075779.6
2008) 200892015.3
2009) 2009106217.7
2010) 2010108118.0
9000) 9000681.1
9990) 9990100.2
TOTAL6012100.0
215) Since which year has your household had internet access? (YRWEBCE)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip519286.4
-5) Not applicable10.0
-3) Interviewer error1422.4
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know100.2
2000) 200040.1
2002) 200210.0
2003) 200340.1
2004) 200480.1
2005) 2005190.3
2006) 2006200.3
2007) 2007400.7
2008) 20081242.1
2009) 20092113.5
2010) 20102193.6
9000) 900050.1
9990) 999040.1
TOTAL6012100.0
216) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. Personal computer (YRPCOMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip481980.2
-5) Not applicable190.3
-3) Interviewer error701.2
-2) Refuse to answer30.0
-1) Don't know80.1
1990) 199010.0
1995) 199510.0
1996) 199610.0
1997) 199710.0
1998) 199840.1
1999) 199910.0
2000) 2000150.2
2001) 200150.1
2002) 2002130.2
2003) 2003190.3
2004) 2004360.6
2005) 2005631.0
2006) 2006841.4
2007) 20071101.8
2008) 20082093.5
2009) 20092774.6
2010) 20102243.7
9000) 9000160.3
9990) 999060.1
TOTAL6012100.0
217) Since which year has your household had internet access? (YRWEBHO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-7) Legal skip507984.5
-3) Interviewer error791.3
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know20.0
1998) 199820.0
2000) 2000110.2
2001) 200110.0
2002) 200250.1
2003) 200330.0
2004) 2004140.2
2005) 2005270.4
2006) 2006440.7
2007) 2007591.0
2008) 20081252.1
2009) 20092754.6
2010) 20102624.4
9000) 9000120.2
9990) 999040.1
TOTAL6012100.0
218) [SHOW CARD C4] In the past 12 months, how frequently did you use a mobile phone? Please use this CARD. (FRQCELL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off70.1
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know621.0
0) Never115019.1
1) Multiple times per year1031.7
2) Once per month651.1
3) Multiple times per month1923.2
4) Once a week1161.9
5) Multiple times per week4848.1
6) Once a day4898.1
7) Multiple times per day331655.2
TOTAL6012100.0
219) Speaking about the last week, approximately how many sms messages have you sent? (NUMSMSS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60122.55223
220) And approximately how many sms messages have you received last week? (NUMSMSR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60123.524
221) [SHOW CARD C4] In the past 12 months, how frequently did you use a personal computer? (FRQPCUS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error320.5
-2) Refuse to answer320.5
-1) Don't know540.9
0) Never423470.4
1) Multiple times per year2564.3
2) Once per month1402.3
3) Multiple times per month1903.2
4) Once a week1061.8
5) Multiple times per week2714.5
6) Once a day1702.8
7) Multiple times per day5198.6
TOTAL6012100.0
222) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMBRED)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable360.6
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know90.1
0) No513285.4
1) Yes78713.1
TOTAL6012100.0
223) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMMILK)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable440.7
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know100.2
0) No405967.5
1) Yes185030.8
TOTAL6012100.0
224) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMPOUL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable420.7
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know100.2
0) No337856.2
1) Yes253442.1
TOTAL6012100.0
225) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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? Meat, except poultry (LIMMEAT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable360.6
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know180.3
0) No216636.0
1) Yes374162.2
TOTAL6012100.0
226) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 off80.1
-5) Not applicable470.8
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know200.3
0) No261343.5
1) Yes328554.6
TOTAL6012100.0
227) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMVEGS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable400.7
-3) Interviewer error210.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know120.2
0) No405567.4
1) Yes185930.9
TOTAL6012100.0
228) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMPOTA)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable460.8
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know100.2
0) No512985.3
1) Yes78013.0
TOTAL6012100.0
229) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 off80.1
-5) Not applicable300.5
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know200.3
0) No273845.5
1) Yes317852.9
TOTAL6012100.0
230) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMELEC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable300.5
-3) Interviewer error210.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know240.4
0) No213235.5
1) Yes378062.9
TOTAL6012100.0
231) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 (LIMGASS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable82413.7
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer330.5
-1) Don't know190.3
0) No197732.9
1) Yes312652.0
TOTAL6012100.0
232) Households may experience financial difficulties. 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 off80.1
-5) Not applicable1813.0
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer210.3
-1) Don't know310.5
0) No284747.4
1) Yes290248.3
TOTAL6012100.0
233) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Bread, pasta (NOEATBR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No112618.7
1) Yes1161.9
TOTAL6012100.0
234) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Butter, milk (NOEATBM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No100616.7
1) Yes2373.9
TOTAL6012100.0
235) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Poultry/chicken meat (NOEATCH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No103917.3
1) Yes2033.4
TOTAL6012100.0
236) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Meat, except poultry (NOEATMT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No91515.2
1) Yes3285.5
TOTAL6012100.0
237) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Fish (NOEATFI)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No79813.3
1) Yes4457.4
TOTAL6012100.0
238) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Fruit (NOEATFR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No109318.2
1) Yes1502.5
TOTAL6012100.0
239) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Vegetables, except potatoes (NOEATVE)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No111318.5
1) Yes1292.1
TOTAL6012100.0
240) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Potatoes (NOEATPO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error30.0
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No115919.3
1) Yes841.4
TOTAL6012100.0
241) [SHOW CARD C9] Sometimes people decide not to eat certain products, not because of financial difficulties, but because they choose so. Please tell me, is there any product named on this CARD that you never eat? Sweets and chocolate (NOEATSWE)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Eat all products471078.3
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know260.4
0) No88614.7
1) Yes3565.9
TOTAL6012100.0
242) Does your household currently have any savings? (SAVINGS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer941.6
-1) Don't know1302.2
0) No512085.2
1) Yes64710.8
TOTAL6012100.0
243) Does your household currently have any debts? (DEBTSHH)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer621.0
-1) Don't know951.6
0) No283847.2
1) Yes299549.8
TOTAL6012100.0
244) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Money from family members, relatives or friends living elsewhere in this country (INCRAAB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned522086.8
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 13155.2
2) 22584.3
3) 3360.6
4) 420.0
TOTAL6012100.0
245) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Money from family members, relatives, or friends living in another country (INCRARM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned514485.6
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 13816.3
2) 22404.0
3) 3530.9
4) 4130.2
TOTAL6012100.0
246) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Cash sales from agricultural products (INCRAAG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned438973.0
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 177913.0
2) 25929.8
3) 3711.2
4) 410.0
TOTAL6012100.0
247) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Aggregated earned income (salary) of all household members, except sales of agricultural products (INCRASL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned297149.4
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 1237839.6
2) 24567.6
3) 3270.4
TOTAL6012100.0
248) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Pensions and government benefits (INCRAGO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned278946.4
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 1164627.4
2) 2127721.2
3) 31071.8
4) 430.0
TOTAL6012100.0
249) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Income from renting of property, vehicles, or appliances (INCRARE)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned575295.7
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 1430.7
2) 2320.5
3) 340.1
5) 510.0
TOTAL6012100.0
250) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Income from sale of property, vehicles, or appliances (INCRASA)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned580396.5
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 1200.3
2) 290.1
3) 330.0
TOTAL6012100.0
251) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Interest or earnings on deposits or securities (INCRAINT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned582696.9
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer1232.0
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 140.1
2) 240.1
3) 310.0
TOTAL6012100.0
252) [SHOW CARD C12] Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last 12 months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Other sources of income (INCRAOT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not mentioned512085.2
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer1252.1
-1) Don't know410.7
1) 12584.3
2) 24237.0
3) 3230.4
4) 410.0
Missing1 
TOTAL6011100.0
253) [SHOW CARD C13] Household income is a sum of monetary income of all household members. Speaking about monetary income of all your household members last month, to which of the following groups does your household belong? (MONYTOT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer1863.1
-1) Don't know3245.4
1) More than USD 1,200691.1
2) USD 801 - 1,2001402.3
3) USD 401 - 80079713.3
4) USD 251 - 400117219.5
5) USD 101 - 250174129.0
6) USD 51 - 100102817.1
7) Up to USD 503906.5
8) 01552.6
TOTAL6012100.0
254) [SHOW CARD C13] Using this card, please tell me your household's spending last month? (SPENDMO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer1692.8
-1) Don't know4737.9
1) More than USD 1,200631.0
2) USD 801 - 1,2001542.6
3) USD 401 - 80088014.6
4) USD 251 - 400131221.8
5) USD 101 - 250169628.2
6) USD 51 - 10087414.5
7) Up to USD 503505.8
8) 0310.5
TOTAL6012100.0
255) In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to buy food? Have you borrowed money each month, every other month, less frequently, or never? (FOODDBT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1091.8
-1) Don't know2183.6
1) Every month123620.6
2) Every other month5789.6
3) Less frequently140923.4
4) Never245440.8
TOTAL6012100.0
256) In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to pay for utilities? Have you borrowed money each month, every other month, less frequently, or never? (UTILDBT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer1141.9
-1) Don't know2093.5
1) Every month4637.7
2) Every other month4176.9
3) Less frequently129121.5
4) Never350658.3
TOTAL6012100.0
257) Compared to 2009, excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, do you believe your household's income in 2010 will be higher than in 2009, about the same as in 2009, or lower than in 2009? (NYRRLPR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error90.1
-2) Refuse to answer2053.4
-1) Don't know78013.0
1) Lower than in 2009172028.6
2) About the same as in 2009246441.0
3) Higher than in 200982613.7
TOTAL6012100.0
258) Excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, compared to 2008, was your household's income in 2009 -- higher than in 2008, about the same as in 2008, or lower than in 2008? (CYRRLPR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer2253.7
-1) Don't know65810.9
1) Lower than in 2008162927.1
2) About the same as in 2008240139.9
3) Higher than in 2008108318.0
TOTAL6012100.0
259) [SHOW CARD C19] 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 10th rung corresponds to the highest possible position. On which rung of this ladder do you think your household currently stands? (CURRUNG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know1803.0
1) Lowest4357.2
2) 261910.3
3) 3108518.0
4) 4108718.1
5) 5150025.0
6) 65579.3
7) 73505.8
8) 81352.2
9) 9210.3
10) Highest230.4
TOTAL6012100.0
260) [SHOW CARD C19] And again using this CARD, on which rung of this ladder do you think your household will be standing 5 years from now? (FUTRUNG)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer510.8
-1) Don't know295649.2
1) Lowest1823.0
2) 21512.5
3) 32644.4
4) 43145.2
5) 55959.9
6) 64397.3
7) 74397.3
8) 82985.0
9) 91121.9
10) Highest1863.1
TOTAL6012100.0
261) Relative to most of the households around you, would you describe the current economic condition of your household as very good, good, fair, poor, or very poor? (RELCOND)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error550.9
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know1111.8
1) Very poor3005.0
2) Poor151525.2
3) Fair336155.9
4) Good61310.2
5) Very good390.6
TOTAL6012100.0
262) What is the minimal monthly income that would enable your household to live a normal life? (MININCN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121510.07723224
263) Do you think your children will be better off or worse off financially than you are when they are your age? (CHLDFIN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-5) Not applicable79913.3
-3) Interviewer error270.4
-2) Refuse to answer420.7
-1) Don't know185730.9
1) Worse off4006.7
2) The same (Vol.)3245.4
3) Better off255542.5
TOTAL6012100.0
264) INTERVIEWER: Did the respondent get help from other household members(s) while answering the questions of this section? (HELPC)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error1061.8
0) No382463.6
1) Yes207434.5
TOTAL6012100.0
265) In what year were you born? (RESPDOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121923.723300
266) [SHOW CARD A5] Where were you born? (RESPPOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted335255.8
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country120720.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country120720.1
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union1973.3
5) Outside the former Soviet Union300.5
TOTAL6012100.0
267) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education you have completed? (RESPEDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) No primary education741.2
2) Primary education1652.7
3) Incomplete secondary education62510.4
4) Completed secondary education231438.5
5) Secondary technical education123420.5
6) Incomplete higher education1863.1
7) Completed higher education137422.9
8) Post-graduate degree320.5
TOTAL6012100.0
268) Are you currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (RESEMPL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error951.6
0) No377662.8
1) Yes213535.5
TOTAL6012100.0
269) [SHOW CARD A8] What is your current marital status? (RESPMAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error450.7
1) Never married92415.4
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony196232.6
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state1552.6
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage165627.5
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage1732.9
6) Divorced1452.4
7) Separated581.0
8) Widow/widower88814.8
TOTAL6012100.0
270) [SHOW CARD A2] What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH2RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error841.4
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
2) Spouse291048.4
3) Son/daughter86414.4
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law125420.9
5) Sister/brother1452.4
6) Grandfather/grandmother591.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law761.3
8) Grandchild320.5
9) Other person related to the respondent470.8
10) Other person not related to the respondent120.2
TOTAL6012100.0
271) What sex is this person? (HHM2SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error320.5
1) Male305650.8
2) Female239639.9
TOTAL6012100.0
272) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM2DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121795.207596
273) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM2POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted312351.9
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country105517.5
3) In a settlement in another region of the country106617.7
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union2013.3
5) Outside the former Soviet Union300.5
TOTAL6012100.0
274) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM2EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error70.1
1) No primary education1081.8
2) Primary education1772.9
3) Incomplete secondary education5388.9
4) Completed secondary education228838.1
5) Secondary technical education105917.6
6) Incomplete higher education1442.4
7) Completed higher education115119.1
8) Post-graduate degree120.2
TOTAL6012100.0
275) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM2EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip1041.7
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error80.1
0) No327254.4
1) Yes209934.9
Missing1 
TOTAL6011100.0
276) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM2MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip1422.4
-5) No such member in the HH5228.7
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-1) Don't know20.0
1) Never married4487.5
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony221436.8
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state1542.6
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage178029.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage1702.8
6) Divorced681.1
7) Separated210.3
8) Widow/widower4647.7
Missing1 
TOTAL6011100.0
277) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH3RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error520.9
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
2) Spouse3846.4
3) Son/daughter230838.4
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law102717.1
5) Sister/brother2634.4
6) Grandfather/grandmother420.7
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law2794.6
8) Grandchild1292.1
9) Other person related to the respondent791.3
10) Other person not related to the respondent140.2
TOTAL6012100.0
278) What sex is this person? (HHM3SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error160.3
1) Male205234.1
2) Female251041.7
TOTAL6012100.0
279) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM3DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121506.491859
280) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM3POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted304750.7
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country76012.6
3) In a settlement in another region of the country63210.5
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union1151.9
5) Outside the former Soviet Union150.2
TOTAL6012100.0
281) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM3EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error781.3
1) No primary education3876.4
2) Primary education3265.4
3) Incomplete secondary education77012.8
4) Completed secondary education164527.4
5) Secondary technical education5208.6
6) Incomplete higher education1652.7
7) Completed higher education68411.4
8) Post-graduate degree30.0
TOTAL6012100.0
282) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM3EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip88514.7
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error170.3
0) No259543.2
1) Yes108118.0
TOTAL6012100.0
283) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM3MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip109718.2
-5) No such member in the HH142823.8
-3) Interviewer error220.4
1) Never married108918.1
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony98816.4
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state651.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage88714.8
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage771.3
6) Divorced530.9
7) Separated200.3
8) Widow/Widower2804.7
TOTAL6012100.0
284) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH4RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error250.4
2) Spouse2664.4
3) Son/daughter162827.1
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law3365.6
5) Sister/brother3636.0
6) Grandfather/grandmother420.7
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law4146.9
8) Grandchild3155.2
9) Other person related to the respondent1171.9
10) Other person not related to the respondent130.2
TOTAL6012100.0
285) What sex is this person? (HHM4SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) Male134422.4
2) Female216636.0
TOTAL6012100.0
286) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM4DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121160.81988
287) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM4POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error80.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted250741.7
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country5459.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country3776.3
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union761.3
5) Outside the former Soviet Union60.1
TOTAL6012100.0
288) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM4EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error791.3
1) No primary education4757.9
2) Primary education3906.5
3) Incomplete secondary education68511.4
4) Completed secondary education108218.0
5) Secondary technical education3025.0
6) Incomplete higher education1322.2
7) Completed higher education3706.2
8) Post-graduate degree40.1
TOTAL6012100.0
289) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM4EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip115719.2
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error280.5
0) No177229.5
1) Yes5629.3
TOTAL6012100.0
290) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM4MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip139423.2
-5) No such member in the HH248741.4
-3) Interviewer error240.4
1) Never married82813.8
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony5338.9
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state540.9
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage5198.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage591.0
6) Divorced260.4
7) Separated30.0
8) Widow/widower791.3
TOTAL6012100.0
291) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH5RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error160.3
2) Spouse731.2
3) Son/daughter91315.2
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law1131.9
5) Sister/brother1993.3
6) Grandfather/grandmother210.3
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law1762.9
8) Grandchild4788.0
9) Other person related to the respondent1352.2
10) Other person not related to the respondent190.3
TOTAL6012100.0
292) What sex is this person? (HHM5SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) Male90915.1
2) Female122520.4
TOTAL6012100.0
293) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM5DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012710.076977
294) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM5POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted170828.4
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country2283.8
3) In a settlement in another region of the country1612.7
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union340.6
5) Outside the former Soviet Union10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
295) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM5EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error841.4
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) No primary education5358.9
2) Primary education2724.5
3) Incomplete secondary education4617.7
4) Completed secondary education4687.8
5) Secondary technical education1232.0
6) Incomplete higher education550.9
7) Completed higher education1442.4
TOTAL6012100.0
296) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM5EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip109718.2
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error180.3
0) No84714.1
1) Yes1813.0
TOTAL6012100.0
297) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM5MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip125020.8
-5) No such member in the HH386364.3
-3) Interviewer error150.2
-1) Don't know10.0
1) Never married3806.3
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony1582.6
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state180.3
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage2253.7
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage290.5
6) Divorced90.1
7) Separated30.0
8) Widow/widower550.9
TOTAL6012100.0
298) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH6RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error90.1
2) Spouse150.2
3) Son/daughter4096.8
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law390.6
5) Sister/brother801.3
6) Grandfather/grandmother80.1
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law971.6
8) Grandchild3485.8
9) Other person related to the respondent1272.1
10) Other person not related to the respondent120.2
TOTAL6012100.0
299) What sex is this person? (HHM6SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) Male4868.1
2) Female64910.8
TOTAL6012100.0
300) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM6DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012379.165813
301) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM6POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted95315.9
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country911.5
3) In a settlement in another region of the country701.2
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union190.3
5) Outside the former Soviet Union20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
302) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM6EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error570.9
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know10.0
1) No primary education4367.3
2) Primary education1542.6
3) Incomplete secondary education2043.4
4) Completed secondary education1793.0
5) Secondary technical education490.8
6) Incomplete higher education180.3
7) Completed higher education450.7
TOTAL6012100.0
303) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM6EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip75412.5
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error60.1
0) No3305.5
1) Yes540.9
TOTAL6012100.0
304) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM6MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip80913.5
-5) No such member in the HH486280.9
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) Never married1141.9
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony751.2
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state80.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage941.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage130.2
6) Divorced10.0
8) Widow/widower190.3
TOTAL6012100.0
305) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH7RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
2) Spouse30.0
3) Son/daughter1502.5
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law70.1
5) Sister/brother300.5
6) Grandfather/grandmother20.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law190.3
8) Grandchild1652.7
9) Other person related to the respondent861.4
10) Other person not related to the respondent70.1
TOTAL6012100.0
306) What sex is this person? (HHM7SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
1) Male2023.4
2) Female2674.4
TOTAL6012100.0
307) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM7DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012152.42539
308) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM7POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted4106.8
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country280.5
3) In a settlement in another region of the country250.4
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union60.1
TOTAL6012100.0
309) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM7EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error420.7
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
1) No primary education2103.5
2) Primary education661.1
3) Incomplete secondary education851.4
4) Completed secondary education510.8
5) Secondary technical education90.1
6) Incomplete higher education30.0
7) Completed higher education50.1
TOTAL6012100.0
310) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM7EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip3726.2
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error20.0
0) No901.5
1) Yes90.1
TOTAL6012100.0
311) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM7MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip3906.5
-5) No such member in the HH553392.0
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Never married340.6
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony180.3
3) Married: religious ceremony, not registered with state10.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage210.3
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage50.1
6) Divorced10.0
8) Widow/widower20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
312) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH8RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error50.1
3) Son/daughter570.9
5) Sister/brother90.1
6) Grandfather/grandmother20.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law100.2
8) Grandchild701.2
9) Other person related to the respondent520.9
10) Other person not related to the respondent40.1
TOTAL6012100.0
313) What sex is this person? (HHM8SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Male971.6
2) Female1101.8
TOTAL6012100.0
314) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM8DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1933) 193310.0
1942) 194210.0
1945) 194510.0
1970) 197010.0
1972) 197210.0
1973) 197310.0
1975) 197510.0
1979) 197920.0
1980) 198020.0
1981) 198120.0
1983) 198320.0
1984) 198410.0
1985) 198520.0
1986) 198620.0
1988) 198820.0
1989) 198910.0
1991) 199140.1
1992) 199240.1
1993) 199320.0
1994) 199440.1
1995) 199530.0
1996) 199630.0
1997) 199760.1
1998) 199850.1
1999) 199950.1
2000) 200080.1
2001) 200130.0
2002) 200250.1
2003) 200370.1
2004) 2004110.2
2005) 2005220.4
2006) 2006120.2
2007) 2007250.4
2008) 2008200.3
2009) 2009140.2
2010) 2010220.4
TOTAL6012100.0
315) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM8POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted1833.0
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country120.2
3) In a settlement in another region of the country100.2
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
316) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM8EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error210.3
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
1) No primary education1061.8
2) Primary education290.5
3) Incomplete secondary education240.4
4) Completed secondary education180.3
5) Secondary technical education30.0
6) Incomplete higher education20.0
7) Completed higher education40.1
TOTAL6012100.0
317) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM8EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip1682.8
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error10.0
0) No350.6
1) Yes50.1
TOTAL6012100.0
318) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM8MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip1752.9
-5) No such member in the HH579796.4
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Never married110.2
2) Married: official state marriage, no religious ceremony50.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage130.2
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage10.0
6) Divorced10.0
8) Widow/widower10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
319) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH9RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
2) Spouse10.0
3) Son/daughter300.5
5) Sister/brother50.1
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law10.0
8) Grandchild370.6
9) Other person related to the respondent300.5
10) Other person not related to the respondent10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
320) What sex is this person? (HHM9SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Male510.8
2) Female550.9
TOTAL6012100.0
321) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM9DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1930) 193010.0
1982) 198210.0
1984) 198410.0
1986) 198620.0
1989) 198910.0
1990) 199010.0
1991) 199120.0
1995) 199510.0
1997) 199710.0
1999) 199930.0
2000) 200010.0
2001) 200110.0
2002) 200250.1
2003) 200360.1
2004) 200460.1
2005) 200580.1
2006) 200660.1
2007) 2007150.2
2008) 2008110.2
2009) 2009110.2
2010) 2010220.4
TOTAL6012100.0
322) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM9POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted931.5
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country60.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country40.1
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
323) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM9EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) No primary education721.2
2) Primary education110.2
3) Incomplete secondary education50.1
4) Completed secondary education50.1
5) Secondary technical education10.0
6) Incomplete higher education20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
324) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM9EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip961.6
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
0) No100.2
TOTAL6012100.0
325) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM9MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip971.6
-5) No such member in the HH589998.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Never married30.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage40.1
6) Divorced10.0
8) Widow/widower10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
326) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH10RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
3) Son/daughter70.1
5) Sister/brother10.0
8) Grandchild200.3
9) Other person related to the respondent220.4
10) Other person not related to the respondent10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
327) What sex is this person? (HHM10SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
1) Male270.4
2) Female240.4
TOTAL6012100.0
328) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM10DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
1990) 199010.0
1991) 199110.0
1998) 199810.0
2000) 200020.0
2001) 200110.0
2002) 200210.0
2003) 200310.0
2004) 200440.1
2005) 200550.1
2006) 200630.0
2007) 200750.1
2008) 200840.1
2009) 200980.1
2010) 2010140.2
TOTAL6012100.0
329) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM10POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted440.7
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country20.0
3) In a settlement in another region of the country30.0
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
330) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM10EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) No primary education360.6
2) Primary education30.0
3) Incomplete secondary education40.1
4) Completed secondary education10.0
6) Incomplete higher education10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
331) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM10EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip490.8
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
0) No20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
332) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM10MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip490.8
-5) No such member in the HH595599.1
1) Never married10.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
333) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH11RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
3) Son/daughter40.1
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law10.0
8) Grandchild50.1
9) Other person related to the respondent60.1
TOTAL6012100.0
334) What sex is this person? (HHM11SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
1) Male90.1
2) Female70.1
TOTAL6012100.0
335) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM11DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
1985) 198510.0
2003) 200320.0
2005) 200510.0
2006) 200610.0
2008) 200830.0
2009) 200960.1
2010) 201020.0
TOTAL6012100.0
336) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM11POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted130.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country10.0
3) In a settlement in another region of the country10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
337) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM11EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
-3) Interviewer error30.0
1) No primary education110.2
3) Incomplete secondary education10.0
4) Completed secondary education10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
338) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM11EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip150.2
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
0) No10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
339) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM11MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip150.2
-5) No such member in the HH599099.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
340) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH12RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
3) Son/daughter20.0
8) Grandchild10.0
9) Other person related to the respondent20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
341) What sex is this person? (HHM12SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
1) Male20.0
2) Female30.0
TOTAL6012100.0
342) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM12DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
2006) 200610.0
2007) 200710.0
2009) 200910.0
2010) 201020.0
TOTAL6012100.0
343) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM12POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted50.1
TOTAL6012100.0
344) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM12EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) No primary education40.1
TOTAL6012100.0
345) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM12EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip50.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
TOTAL6012100.0
346) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM12MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip50.1
-5) No such member in the HH600199.8
TOTAL6012100.0
347) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH13RELR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
8) Grandchild10.0
9) Other person related to the respondent10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
348) What sex is this person? (HHM13SEX)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
1) Male20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
349) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM13DOB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
2006) 200610.0
2008) 200810.0
TOTAL6012100.0
350) [SHOW CARD A5] Where was this member of the household born? (HHM13POB)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
351) [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM13EDU)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
1) No primary education20.0
TOTAL6012100.0
352) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM13EMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip20.0
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
TOTAL6012100.0
353) [SHOW CARD A8] What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM13MAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-7) Legal skip20.0
-5) No such member in the HH600499.9
TOTAL6012100.0
354) Did the respondent get help from other household member(s) while answering the questions of this section? (HELP_A)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off60.1
-3) Interviewer error290.5
0) No371061.7
1) Yes226737.7
TOTAL6012100.0
355) Was anybody but you and the respondent him/herself able to listen to the respondent's answers during the interview? (LISTENO)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error60.1
1) Yes, during the entire interview205534.2
2) Yes, most of the time136222.7
3) Yes, while the respondent was answering questions of the section A and/or section C2554.2
4) Yes, for less than half of the interview, except while the respondent was answering questions for section A and/or section C1171.9
5) Yes, for only a few questions, except while the respondent was answering questions for section A and/or section C1041.7
6) No210535.0
TOTAL6012100.0
356) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Indifferent (RESPATN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
0) No505584.1
1) Yes93615.6
TOTAL6012100.0
357) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Interested, involved (RESPINT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
0) No305950.9
1) Yes293248.8
TOTAL6012100.0
358) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Friendly (RESPFRN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error140.2
0) No261843.5
1) Yes337256.1
TOTAL6012100.0
359) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Impatient (RESPIMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
0) No532588.6
1) Yes66611.1
TOTAL6012100.0
360) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Worried, nervous (RESPWOR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error130.2
0) No563693.7
1) Yes3555.9
TOTAL6012100.0
361) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: Hostile (RESPHOS)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error160.3
0) No595399.0
1) Yes350.6
TOTAL6012100.0
362) How often did the respondent ask for clarification on the questions? (FRQCLAR)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error80.1
1) Never219536.5
2) Just for a few questions (less than 10)246241.0
3) For some questions (between 10 and 20)98216.3
4) For a substantial number of questions, less than half the interview2834.7
5) Throughout most of the interview, or throughout the entire interview741.2
TOTAL6012100.0
363) How often was the respondent distracted during the interview? (FRQDIST)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) Never379763.2
2) Just for a few questions (less than 10)158026.3
3) For some questions,(between 10 and 20)4587.6
4) For a substantial number of questions, less than half the interview1141.9
5) Throughout most of the interview, or throughout the entire interview440.7
TOTAL6012100.0
364) How often did you feel that the respondent lacked knowledge about the questions you asked? (FRQKNOW)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error80.1
1) Never221436.8
2) Just for a few questions (less than 10)231338.5
3) For some questions,(between 10 and 20)103517.2
4) For a substantial number of questions, less than half the interview3646.1
5) Throughout most of the interview, or throughout the entire interview701.2
TOTAL6012100.0
365) How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to answer the questions? (FRQRLCT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error300.5
1) Never324554.0
2) Just for a few questions (less than 10)190431.7
3) For some questions,(between 10 and 20)60610.1
4) For a substantial number of questions, less than half the interview1542.6
5) Throughout most of the interview, or throughout the entire interview651.1
TOTAL6012100.0
366) Did the respondent appear to you completely honest, mostly honest, mostly dishonest, or completely dishonest? (RESPSIN)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error120.2
1) Completely honest182730.4
2) Mostly honest330955.0
3) Mostly dishonest77012.8
4) Completely dishonest861.4
TOTAL6012100.0
367) Would you say the respondent's behavior during the interview was mostly comfortable, neutral, or nervous? (RESPCOM)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error90.1
1) Comfortable298849.7
2) Neutral250641.7
3) Nervous5018.3
TOTAL6012100.0
368) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the respondent's level of intelligence? (RESPINL)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error100.2
1) Not intelligent at all2003.3
2) Not very intelligent113218.8
3) Average267444.5
4) Intelligent171028.4
5) Very intelligent2784.6
TOTAL6012100.0
369) In the end of the interview, the respondent was: Indifferent (RESPINF)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error70.1
0) No471378.4
1) Yes128421.4
TOTAL6012100.0
370) In the end of the interview, the respondent was: Enthusiastic (RESPENT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error60.1
0) No307151.1
1) Yes292748.7
TOTAL6012100.0
371) In the end of the interview, the respondent was: Worried about the time (RESPWRT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error70.1
0) No480279.9
1) Yes119519.9
TOTAL6012100.0
372) In the end of the interview, the respondent was: Bored (RESPBRD)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error60.1
0) No526687.6
1) Yes73212.2
TOTAL6012100.0
373) In the end of the interview, the respondent was: Irritated (RESPIRT)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error150.2
0) No575595.7
1) Yes2343.9
TOTAL6012100.0
374) Has this interview been completed? (INTCOMP)
TOTAL%
-9) Break off80.1
-3) Interviewer error40.1
1) Yes, completed600099.8
TOTAL6012100.0
375) Please write the number of the last question answered by the respondent (LASTQUE)
376) Date of interview (INTDATE)
377) Interview start time (INTSTART)
378) Interview end time (INTEND)
379) Interview duration (INTLNGTH)
380) Cluster (PSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012174029.504243232
381) Interviewer code (INTID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121356.4941304
382) First contact attempt result (C1R)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.2
1) Dwelling inaccessible1121.9
3) Household closed/No contact made2414.0
4) No adult available340.6
5) Arranged day and time for interview3575.9
12) Respondent interrupted interview40.1
14) Interview interrupted by respondent's household member(s)30.0
15) Interview completed524687.3
TOTAL6012100.0
383) First contact date (C1DATE)
384) First contact time (C1TIME)
385) Second contact attempt result (C2R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip525387.4
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Dwelling inaccessible230.4
3) Household closed/No contact made300.5
4) No adult available40.1
5) Arranged day and time for interview510.8
12) Respondent interrupted interview10.0
15) Interview completed64810.8
TOTAL6012100.0
386) Second contact date (C2DATE)
387) Second contact time (C2TIME)
388) Third contact attempt result (C3R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip590298.2
15) Interview completed1101.8
TOTAL6012100.0
389) Third contact date (C3DATE)
390) Third contact time (C3TIME)
391) Refusal reason (INRWHY)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip6012100.0
TOTAL6012100.0
392) Interview language (INTLANG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer's error20.0
1) Armenian199233.1
2) Azerbaijani213935.6
3) Georgian187931.3
TOTAL6012100.0
393) Household size (HHPSIZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) 15218.7
2) 290315.0
3) 3104017.3
4) 4136922.8
5) 5100516.7
6) 668811.4
7) 72724.5
8) 81041.7
9) 9570.9
10) 10350.6
11) 11110.2
12) 1230.0
13) 1310.0
14) 1410.0
TOTAL6012100.0
394) Number of adults (HHASIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 67211.2
2) 191231.8
3) 139323.2
4) 123620.6
5) 5409.0
6) 2093.5
7) 320.5
8) 130.2
9) 50.1
TOTAL6012100.0
395) 1st member sex (V10A1)
TOTAL%
1) Male515485.7
2) Female85814.3
TOTAL6012100.0
396) 2nd member sex (V10A2)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip67211.2
1) Male227937.9
2) Female306150.9
TOTAL6012100.0
397) 3rd member sex (V10A3)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip258443.0
-3) Interviewer error40.1
1) Male63010.5
2) Female279446.5
TOTAL6012100.0
398) 4th member sex (V10A4)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip397766.2
1) Male961.6
2) Female193932.3
TOTAL6012100.0
399) 5th member sex (V10A5)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip521386.7
1) Male190.3
2) Female78013.0
TOTAL6012100.0
400) 6th member sex (V10A6)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip575395.7
1) Male20.0
2) Female2574.3
TOTAL6012100.0
401) 1st member age (V10B1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL601252.42715
402) 2nd member age (V10B2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL601235.74522
403) 3rd member age (V10B3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL601220.8227
404) 4th member age (V10B4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60127.41622
405) 5th member age (V10B5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012-2.00214
406) 6th member age (V10B6)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip575395.7
18) 18200.3
19) 19190.3
20) 20270.4
21) 21130.2
22) 22260.4
23) 23200.3
24) 24200.3
25) 25190.3
26) 26110.2
27) 27150.2
28) 2850.1
29) 2960.1
30) 3050.1
31) 3140.1
32) 3220.0
33) 3320.0
34) 3420.0
35) 3530.0
36) 3620.0
38) 3810.0
39) 3930.0
40) 4010.0
42) 4240.1
43) 4310.0
45) 4550.1
46) 4610.0
47) 4720.0
48) 4840.1
49) 4940.1
50) 5010.0
52) 5220.0
53) 5310.0
54) 5410.0
55) 5510.0
62) 6210.0
63) 6310.0
68) 6810.0
73) 7310.0
74) 7410.0
77) 7710.0
TOTAL6012100.0
407) 1st member selected (V10C1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected312151.9
1) Selected289148.1
TOTAL6012100.0
408) 2nd member selected (V10C2)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip67211.2
0) Not selected361160.1
1) Selected172928.8
TOTAL6012100.0
409) 3rd member selected (V10C3)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip258443.0
-3) Interviewer error10.0
0) Not selected258743.0
1) Selected84014.0
TOTAL6012100.0
410) 4th member selected (V10C4)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip397766.2
0) Not selected165727.6
1) Selected3786.3
TOTAL6012100.0
411) 5th member selected (V10C5)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip521386.7
0) Not selected66211.0
1) Selected1372.3
TOTAL6012100.0
412) 6th member selected (V10C6)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip575395.7
0) Not selected2233.7
1) Selected360.6
TOTAL6012100.0
413) Operator code (OPERID)
TOTAL%
1) 135222.5
2) 89514.9
3) 5258.7
4) 89314.9
5) 65110.8
6) 63010.5
7) 3996.6
8) 4427.4
9) 2243.7
11) 10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
414) V9a does not match with the number of HH members in the HH passport (FLAGHHME)
TOTAL%
0) Correct596099.1
1) Error520.9
TOTAL6012100.0
415) Unable to determine respondent's employment status (FLAGEMPL)
TOTAL%
0) Correct597599.4
1) Error370.6
TOTAL6012100.0
416) Mismatch between the education level and years respondent has studied (FLAG_EDU)
TOTAL%
0) Correct594098.8
1) Error721.2
TOTAL6012100.0
417) Automatic washing machine bought before 1990 (FLAGWASH)
TOTAL%
0) Correct597699.4
1) Error360.6
TOTAL6012100.0
418) Respondent doesn't have mobile phone but uses it (FLAG_MOB)
TOTAL%
0) Correct600099.8
1) Error120.2
TOTAL6012100.0
419) No source of income mentioned (FLAG_INC)
TOTAL%
0) Correct600799.9
1) Error50.1
TOTAL6012100.0
420) DVD player bought before 1994 (FLAG_DVD)
TOTAL%
0) Correct6011100.0
1) Error10.0
TOTAL6012100.0
421) Time between last attempt and the beginning of the interview exceeded 30 minutes (FLAGCTIM)
TOTAL%
0) Correct598499.5
1) Error280.5
TOTAL6012100.0
422) Respondent has no friend /relative abroad and reports on remittance (FLAGREMI)
TOTAL%
0) Correct596799.3
1) Error450.7
TOTAL6012100.0
423) Number of households in voting precinct (NHHPSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012473.521223
424) Number of precincts in the substratum (NPSUSTR)
TOTAL%
42) 390.6
58) 731.2
77) 1011.7
87) 310.5
95) 661.1
140) 1562.6
141) 1432.4
174) 1161.9
182) 1522.5
210) 2303.8
223) 2474.1
238) 2233.7
287) 2313.8
294) 2293.8
297) 2944.9
316) 1863.1
369) 3345.6
407) 2243.7
439) 5979.9
463) 3155.2
474) 3105.2
486) 821.4
654) 3085.1
711) 3165.3
737) 1893.1
785) 5218.7
1256) 2995.0
TOTAL6012100.0
425) Population weight for household-level questions (WTHH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL6012584.072390
426) Population weight for individual-level questions (WTIND)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL60121743.1161511
427) I-AGE: Respondent's age (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) Under 30 years old121020.1
2) 30 to 39 years old105217.5
3) 40 to 49 years old122520.4
4) 50 to 59 years old109918.3
5) 60 years and older142623.7
TOTAL6012100.0
428) I-RELIGION: Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself to belong to? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Armenian Apostolic Church169028.2
3) Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church167427.9
6) Islam223237.2
7) Other1061.8
8) None2904.8
Missing20 
TOTAL5992100.0
429) I-ETHNIC: There are a number of ethnic groups living in [country]. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ETHNIC)
TOTAL%
1) Armenian201133.5
2) Azerbaijani204834.1
3) Georgian181530.2
4) Other1322.2
Missing6 
TOTAL6006100.0
430) I-SEX: Respondent's gender (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male287648.2
2) Female309551.8
Missing41 
TOTAL5971100.0
431) I-EDUC: [SHOW CARD A6] What is the highest level of education you have completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
2) Primary education or less2394.0
3) Incomplete secondary education62510.4
4) Completed secondary education231438.5
5) Secondary technical education123420.6
6) Incomplete higher education1863.1
7) Completed higher education, including post-graduate degree140623.4
Missing8 
TOTAL6004100.0
432) I-ATTEND: [SHOW CARD D18] Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? Please use this CARD. (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
3) Once a week or more59510.5
4) At least once a month89915.9
5) Only on special holidays147226.0
6) Less often157327.8
7) Never111319.7
Missing360 
TOTAL5652100.0