Longitudinal Study of Generations, 1985

Data Archive > U.S. Surveys > General Population > Local/Regional > Others > Codebook


All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Respondent's ID Code (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL34965307448.0784210879
2) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) [Specified other response - Other Description] (EL009N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
3) THE 'STUDY' GRANDCHILD WE HAVE DESIGNATED IS: [Study grandchild assigned: 3-digit subject code] (SGC1R2)
TOTAL%
131) 7835.6
132) 9041.1
141) 94.1
142) 115.0
151) 20.9
152) 10.5
231) 104.6
232) 115.0
241) 31.4
242) 31.4
331) 10.5
Missing3277 
TOTAL219100.0
4) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 1] (BW001N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1193299.433175
5) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 2] (BW002N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1147310.168188
6) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 3] (BW003N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1041345.422207
7) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 4] (BW004N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL424338.717199
8) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 5] (BW005N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL140363.571209
9) TO BEGIN WITH… A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in the lives of families. Because of this, we'd like to start by asking you about the changes that have affected your family since 1972, when we first conducted our study of three generations. Thinking back over the past 12 years, what events or changes do you feel have had the greatest impact on YOU AND YOUR FAMILY - either positive or negative? (PLEASE LIST UP TO THREE EVENTS OR CHANGES) [GREATEST IMPACT, EVENT 6] (BW006N2)
TOTAL%
100) CHILDBIRTH-DELIVERY615.0
150) DEATH25.0
200) DIVORCE37.5
201) Separation12.5
250) MARRIAGE (RELATIONSHIPS)12.5
252) Remarriage37.5
301) Leaving home25.0
302) Rift/argument/abuse [Abuse added at Time-6]12.5
305) Single parenting12.5
350) JOB12.5
352) Career change12.5
358) Retirement12.5
364) Inability to find work12.5
403) Purchase/start own business; business expansion25.0
407) Purchase 2nd/vacation home (including motor homes)12.5
453) Surgery12.5
467) Hospitalization12.5
490) Other specified health problem12.5
500) EDUCATION12.5
505) Graduate college12.5
552) Outside the United States12.5
601) Move locally to new house or apartment25.0
602) Move to new city/town12.5
603) Move to new state12.5
751) Personal growth/development12.5
754) Growing up/older12.5
757) Sexual preference/sex [Sex added at Time-6]12.5
Missing3456 
TOTAL40100.0
10) Where were you born? State (BG006R2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) AK10.1
3) AL20.2
4) AR100.8
5) AZ121.0
6) CA54743.8
7) CO171.4
8) CT20.2
9) FL40.3
10) GA30.2
11) HI60.5
12) IA282.2
13) ID181.4
14) IL665.3
15) IN231.8
16) IO10.1
17) KS161.3
18) LA30.2
19) MA70.6
20) MD30.2
21) ME30.2
22) MI383.0
23) MN282.2
24) MO302.4
25) MS40.3
26) MT121.0
27) NB342.7
28) NC50.4
29) ND70.6
30) NJ141.1
31) NM110.9
32) NV30.2
33) NY594.7
34) OH383.0
35) OK423.4
36) OR100.8
37) PA161.3
38) RI20.2
39) SC30.2
40) SD100.8
41) TN20.2
42) TX272.2
43) UT151.2
44) VA60.5
45) VT10.1
46) WA231.8
47) WI332.6
48) WV10.1
49) WY30.2
Missing2247 
TOTAL1249100.0
11) Do you currently live in a retirement community, a 'life care' facility, nursing home or any other type of special housing? If YES, which type? (BG010N2)
TOTAL%
1) Retirement community (including senior apartments, mobile home parks, etc.)5593.2
2) Comprehensive care facility11.7
3) Nursing home23.4
8) [Response not codable]11.7
Missing3437 
TOTAL59100.0
12) CURRENT MARITAL STATUS: What is your current marital status or living arrangement? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR SITUATION AND INDICATE THE YEAR THIS EVENT OCCURRED.) Year event occurred (BG012U2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12131964.13517
13) Do you have any brothers and/or sisters who are still living? Number of living brothers (BG030N2)
TOTAL%
0) 20719.6
1) 46444.0
2) 23822.6
3) 989.3
4) 312.9
5) 121.1
6) 30.3
7) 10.1
Missing2442 
TOTAL1054100.0
14) Do you have any brothers and/or sisters who are still living? Number of living sisters (BG031N2)
TOTAL%
0) 21219.6
1) 46843.2
2) 21920.2
3) 12211.3
4) 464.2
5) 121.1
6) 40.4
7) 10.1
Missing2412 
TOTAL1084100.0
15) [If you have living siblings] If YES, where does the brother or sister who lives closest to you currently reside? STATE (BG033N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) AK20.2
3) AL10.1
4) AR40.4
5) AZ201.8
6) CA75766.4
7) CO171.5
8) FL111.0
9) GA40.4
10) HI30.3
11) IA50.4
12) ID80.7
13) IL292.5
14) IN80.7
15) KS50.4
16) LA20.2
17) MA70.6
18) MD70.6
19) ME10.1
20) MI131.1
21) MN151.3
22) MO131.1
23) MS20.2
24) NB90.8
25) NC20.2
26) NJ20.2
27) NM60.5
28) NV111.0
29) NY242.1
30) OH80.7
31) OK90.8
32) OR161.4
33) PA50.4
34) SC30.3
35) TN20.2
36) TX363.2
37) UT161.4
38) VA90.8
39) VT10.1
40) WA272.4
41) WI191.7
42) WY10.1
Missing2356 
TOTAL1140100.0
16) While you were growing up, did an older relative such as a grandparent live with your family; or did your family live with an older relative? If YES, who lived with you and for how long were they part of your household? Relative who lived with you during childhood (Specify relationship) [RELATIVE 1] (BG035N2)
TOTAL%
160) Grandparents6721.4
161) Grandfather(s)4915.7
162) Grandmother(s)15148.2
180) Great grandparents10.3
181) Great grandfather(s)20.6
182) Great grandmother(s)10.3
210) Aunts/uncles (and their families)31.0
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)165.1
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)154.8
230) Cousins (and their families)41.3
571) Step brother(s) (and his family)10.3
582) Step grandmother(s)20.6
862) Female friend(s)10.3
Missing3183 
TOTAL313100.0
17) While you were growing up, did an older relative such as a grandparent live with your family; or did your family live with an older relative? Length of time in household (Specify in years) [RELATIVE 1] (BG036N2)
TOTAL%
1) 2913.3
2) 2611.9
3) 2411.0
4) 198.7
5) 2411.0
6) 125.5
7) 73.2
8) 52.3
9) 52.3
10) 209.2
11) 10.5
12) 62.8
13) 20.9
14) 52.3
15) 73.2
16) 31.4
17) 20.9
18) 41.8
19) 20.9
20) 52.3
22) 10.5
25) 10.5
30) 10.5
31) 10.5
32) 10.5
35) 10.5
40) 20.9
43) 10.5
50) 10.5
Missing3278 
TOTAL218100.0
18) While you were growing up, did an older relative such as a grandparent live with your family; or did your family live with an older relative? If YES, who lived with you and for how long were they part of your household? Relative who lived with you during childhood (Specify relationship) [RELATIVE 2] (BG037N2)
TOTAL%
160) Grandparents410.3
161) Grandfather(s)615.4
162) Grandmother(s)717.9
182) Great grandmother(s)12.6
210) Aunts/uncles (and their families)820.5
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)37.7
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)717.9
581) Step grandfather(s)12.6
582) Step grandmother(s)12.6
862) Female friend(s)12.6
Missing3457 
TOTAL39100.0
19) While you were growing up, did an older relative such as a grandparent live with your family; or did your family live with an older relative? Length of time in household (Specify in years) [RELATIVE 2] (BG038N2)
TOTAL%
1) 312.5
2) 312.5
3) 520.8
4) 14.2
5) 14.2
6) 14.2
7) 312.5
8) 14.2
9) 14.2
10) 14.2
11) 14.2
15) 14.2
18) 14.2
20) 14.2
Missing3472 
TOTAL24100.0
20) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. Date of 1st marriage: Year (BG040N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3831954.32917
21) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [When divorced or widowed - 1st marriage] Year ended (BG042N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL3881967.3414
22) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. Date of 2nd marriage: Year (BG040AN2)
TOTAL%
1926) 11.0
1929) 11.0
1930) 11.0
1932) 11.0
1933) 11.0
1934) 33.1
1935) 11.0
1937) 22.1
1938) 11.0
1939) 11.0
1945) 22.1
1947) 11.0
1948) 22.1
1949) 22.1
1950) 22.1
1951) 22.1
1953) 33.1
1954) 33.1
1956) 22.1
1957) 22.1
1958) 22.1
1960) 33.1
1961) 11.0
1962) 11.0
1963) 11.0
1964) 22.1
1965) 33.1
1966) 11.0
1967) 11.0
1968) 11.0
1969) 44.1
1970) 44.1
1971) 22.1
1972) 55.2
1973) 11.0
1974) 33.1
1975) 77.2
1976) 66.2
1977) 44.1
1978) 22.1
1980) 55.2
1981) 33.1
1983) 11.0
Missing3399 
TOTAL97100.0
23) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [When divorced or widowed - 2nd marriage] Year ended (BG042AN2)
TOTAL%
1935) 11.1
1936) 11.1
1946) 11.1
1948) 22.1
1949) 11.1
1950) 11.1
1952) 22.1
1957) 11.1
1959) 11.1
1961) 11.1
1962) 44.3
1963) 11.1
1965) 33.2
1966) 11.1
1967) 22.1
1969) 33.2
1970) 22.1
1972) 88.5
1973) 22.1
1974) 22.1
1975) 44.3
1976) 77.4
1977) 77.4
1978) 33.2
1979) 55.3
1980) 44.3
1981) 44.3
1982) 44.3
1983) 44.3
1984) 1010.6
1985) 22.1
Missing3402 
TOTAL94100.0
24) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. Date of 3rd marriage: Year (BG040BN2)
TOTAL%
1946) 26.9
1949) 13.4
1953) 13.4
1954) 13.4
1955) 13.4
1958) 13.4
1961) 26.9
1962) 13.4
1964) 13.4
1966) 13.4
1968) 13.4
1970) 310.3
1971) 13.4
1972) 13.4
1974) 26.9
1975) 26.9
1976) 13.4
1978) 13.4
1979) 26.9
1980) 26.9
1982) 13.4
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
25) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [When divorced or widowed - 3rd marriage] Year ended (BG042BN2)
TOTAL%
1955) 13.4
1962) 13.4
1964) 13.4
1974) 26.9
1975) 13.4
1976) 13.4
1977) 26.9
1978) 310.3
1979) 517.2
1980) 26.9
1981) 26.9
1982) 310.3
1983) 310.3
1984) 26.9
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
26) RELIGION: While you were growing up, what was your religious affiliation (or the affiliation of your family) and what is your current religious affiliation, if any? Childhood religious affiliation (BG055U2)
TOTAL%
1) No religious affiliation/no preference (Explicitly stated by respondent)/none/N/A856.4
100) Protestant, no denomination given1088.1
101) Non-denominational Protestant church30.2
102) Community church, no denominational basis30.2
108) Non-practicing Protestant [Added at Time-2]10.1
110) Presbyterian916.9
111) Lutheran755.7
112) Congregational151.1
113) Evangelical and Reformed20.2
114) Reformed, Dutch Reformed, or Christian Reformed50.4
115) United Church of Christ60.5
116) Episcopalian, Anglican, Church of England272.0
118) Non-practicing Reformation Era Protestant [Added at Time-2]10.1
120) Methodist14510.9
122) United Brethren or Evangelical Brethren30.2
123) Baptist1088.1
124) Disciples of Christ10.1
125) 'Christian'392.9
129) Other Pietistic [Added at Time-2]10.1
130) United Missionary or Protestant Missionary10.1
131) Church of God20.2
132) Nazarene or Free Methodist60.5
133) Church of God in Christ20.2
134) Plymouth Brethren10.1
135) Pentecostal or Assembly of God120.9
136) Church of Christ30.2
138) Primitive Baptist or Free Will Baptist40.3
139) Seventh Day Adventist141.1
140) Southern Baptist60.5
141) Missouri Synod Lutheran20.2
148) Non-practicing Fundamentalist10.1
149) Other Fundamentalist20.2
150) Christian Scientist191.4
152) Latter Day Saints, Mormon544.1
153) Unitarian or Universalist50.4
155) Jehovah's Witness20.2
156) Quaker, Society of Friends20.2
200) Roman Catholic, Catholic26820.2
208) Non-practicing Catholic [Added at Time-2]10.1
300) Jewish13710.3
308) Ethnic/non-practicing Jew [Added at Time-2]70.5
502) Church of Religious Science [Added at Time-2]10.1
710) Greek Orthodox10.1
728) Both Agnostic and Atheist20.2
790) Other religions (including Judeo-Christian not specified above [Added at Time-2])10.1
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE (includes dashes as a response) [Used at Time-2, Time-5 and Time-6]201.5
999) Missing data [Used at Time-2, Time-5 and Time-6], NO CODABLE RESPONSE (includes dashes as a response)[Used at Time-7]312.3
Missing2170 
TOTAL1326100.0
27) MILITARY SERVICE: Did you and/or your spouse ever serve on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States? If YES, when did you and/or your spouse serve in the U.S. military? YOU: FROM WHEN (BG060R2)
TOTAL%
1917) 20.7
1918) 10.4
1922) 10.4
1926) 20.7
1927) 10.4
1930) 10.4
1934) 20.7
1938) 10.4
1939) 10.4
1940) 51.8
1941) 134.7
1942) 3111.3
1943) 3613.1
1944) 2910.6
1945) 186.6
1946) 165.8
1947) 20.7
1948) 93.3
1949) 41.5
1950) 134.7
1951) 114.0
1952) 72.6
1953) 31.1
1954) 10.4
1955) 20.7
1956) 10.4
1957) 10.4
1958) 10.4
1962) 10.4
1963) 10.4
1965) 20.7
1966) 10.4
1967) 51.8
1968) 82.9
1969) 72.6
1970) 51.8
1971) 72.6
1972) 62.2
1973) 41.5
1974) 72.6
1976) 20.7
1977) 10.4
1978) 10.4
1979) 10.4
Missing3222 
TOTAL274100.0
28) Military service: Year ended (BG061N2)
TOTAL%
1919) 31.4
1929) 10.5
1930) 10.5
1932) 10.5
1937) 10.5
1941) 10.5
1942) 10.5
1943) 41.9
1944) 31.4
1945) 3415.8
1946) 6329.3
1947) 104.7
1948) 73.3
1949) 41.9
1950) 20.9
1951) 41.9
1952) 198.8
1953) 31.4
1954) 157.0
1955) 73.3
1956) 52.3
1957) 52.3
1960) 10.5
1961) 10.5
1962) 31.4
1963) 20.9
1964) 10.5
1965) 31.4
1966) 10.5
1967) 10.5
1968) 20.9
1969) 10.5
1970) 10.5
1971) 10.5
1974) 10.5
1975) 10.5
1985) 10.5
Missing3281 
TOTAL215100.0
29) MILITARY SERVICE: Did you and/or your spouse ever serve on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States? If yes, when did your spouse serve in the U.S. military? Spouse: [Year began military service] (BG062N2)
TOTAL%
1914) 10.4
1916) 31.3
1917) 73.1
1918) 20.9
1919) 10.4
1925) 20.9
1926) 20.9
1928) 10.4
1933) 10.4
1934) 20.9
1938) 10.4
1939) 41.8
1940) 73.1
1941) 135.7
1942) 3013.2
1943) 3816.7
1944) 229.7
1945) 187.9
1946) 104.4
1947) 52.2
1948) 73.1
1949) 41.8
1950) 146.2
1951) 156.6
1952) 83.5
1953) 41.8
1954) 10.4
1955) 10.4
1958) 10.4
1962) 10.4
1979) 10.4
Missing3269 
TOTAL227100.0
30) [Is the section completed?][Refers to section I - Subject identification and demographic information] (BG064N2)
TOTAL%
3) Section has at least one page unanswered1881.8
4) Missing data completed by respondent29.1
6) Missing data obtained from relative's questionnaire29.1
Missing3474 
TOTAL22100.0
31) How many children have you had - either your own, adopted, step or foster children? Total number of children (CH001N2)
TOTAL%
0) 13410.4
1) 15111.7
2) 37228.9
3) 25820.0
4) 19014.8
5) 786.1
6) 453.5
7) 302.3
8) 161.2
9) 40.3
10) 40.3
11) 20.2
12) 10.1
13) 30.2
Missing2208 
TOTAL1288100.0
32) How many children have you had - either your own, adopted, step or foster children? Number of step-children (CH002N2)
TOTAL%
0) 53373.3
1) 699.5
2) 648.8
3) 273.7
4) 162.2
5) 81.1
6) 40.6
7) 30.4
8) 10.1
10) 20.3
Missing2769 
TOTAL727100.0
33) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] Oldest child (CH007N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented27836.5
3) 2 Undocumented8310.9
4) 3 Undocumented40.5
5) 4 Undocumented9111.9
6) 5 Undocumented699.1
7) 6 Undocumented273.5
8) AZ40.5
9) CA14819.4
10) CO20.3
11) CT10.1
12) FL20.3
13) GA20.3
14) HI20.3
15) IN10.1
16) MD10.1
17) MI20.3
18) MN20.3
19) MO30.4
20) MS20.3
21) NE20.3
22) NM10.1
23) NV50.7
24) NY10.1
25) OH20.3
26) OR60.8
27) SC10.1
28) TX50.7
29) UT10.1
30) VA10.1
31) WA111.4
32) WI10.1
33) X10.1
Missing2734 
TOTAL762100.0
34) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 2nd child (CH013N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented22832.2
3) 2 Undocumented7710.9
4) 3 Undocumented30.4
5) 4 Undocumented567.9
6) 5 Undocumented12918.2
7) 6 Undocumented405.6
8) AZ20.3
9) CA13318.8
10) CO10.1
11) FL10.1
12) HI10.1
13) ID30.4
14) IL30.4
15) MA10.1
16) MD10.1
17) MI50.7
18) MN10.1
19) MO20.3
20) NM20.3
21) NV20.3
22) OH20.3
23) OK10.1
24) OR20.3
25) TX20.3
26) UT60.8
27) WA30.4
28) WI10.1
Missing2788 
TOTAL708100.0
35) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 3rd child (CH019N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented15030.7
3) 2 Undocumented398.0
4) 4 Undocumented398.0
5) 5 Undocumented14128.8
6) 6 Undocumented204.1
7) AR10.2
8) CA6813.9
9) CO10.2
10) FL10.2
11) HI10.2
12) ID20.4
13) IL20.4
14) MD10.2
15) MI30.6
16) MO10.2
17) NM30.6
18) NV10.2
19) NY20.4
20) OK10.2
21) OR30.6
22) TX30.6
23) VA10.2
24) WA40.8
25) WI10.2
Missing3007 
TOTAL489100.0
36) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 4th child (CH025N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented10635.0
3) 2 Undocumented196.3
4) 4 Undocumented134.3
5) 5 Undocumented10133.3
6) 6 Undocumented134.3
7) CA3712.2
8) CO10.3
9) HI10.3
10) IL10.3
11) M10.3
12) MI31.0
13) NV10.3
14) TX10.3
15) WA41.3
16) WI10.3
Missing3193 
TOTAL303100.0
37) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 5th child (CH031N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented4228.4
3) 2 Undocumented42.7
4) 4 Undocumented96.1
5) 5 Undocumented6845.9
6) 6 Undocumented96.1
7) CA106.8
8) CO10.7
9) IL10.7
10) MI10.7
11) TX10.7
12) WA10.7
13) WI10.7
Missing3348 
TOTAL148100.0
38) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 6th child (CH037N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented1821.4
3) 2 Undocumented44.8
4) 4 Undocumented22.4
5) 5 Undocumented3744.0
6) 6 Undocumented67.1
7) AZ11.2
8) CA89.5
9) FL11.2
10) IL11.2
11) MI11.2
12) TX11.2
13) VA11.2
14) WA11.2
15) WI22.4
Missing3412 
TOTAL84100.0
39) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 7th child (CH043N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented511.6
3) 2 Undocumented12.3
4) 4 Undocumented12.3
5) 5 Undocumented2455.8
6) 6 Undocumented37.0
7) 7 Undocumented12.3
8) CA37.0
9) IL12.3
10) MI12.3
11) OR12.3
12) WA12.3
13) WI12.3
Missing3453 
TOTAL43100.0
40) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 8th child (CH049N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented29.1
3) 2 Undocumented29.1
4) 5 Undocumented1150.0
5) 6 Undocumented29.1
6) CA313.6
7) TX14.5
8) WI14.5
Missing3474 
TOTAL22100.0
41) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Year of birth: 9th child (CH053N2)
TOTAL%
1942) 19.1
1948) 19.1
1954) 19.1
1956) 19.1
1959) 19.1
1962) 19.1
1965) 19.1
1966) 19.1
1968) 19.1
1969) 19.1
1973) 19.1
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
42) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 9th child (CH055N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 1 Undocumented19.1
3) 4 Undocumented19.1
4) 5 Undocumented654.5
5) 6 Undocumented19.1
6) CA19.1
7) WI19.1
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
43) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Year of birth: 10th child (CH059N2)
TOTAL%
1950) 116.7
1956) 116.7
1957) 116.7
1962) 116.7
1965) 116.7
1966) 116.7
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
44) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) Current city and state of residence: [State] 10th child (CH061N2NUM)
TOTAL%
2) 2 Undocumented233.3
3) 5 Undocumented350.0
4) CA116.7
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
45) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Age at death [1st child] (CH121N2)
TOTAL%
0) 3936.1
1) 21.9
2) 10.9
3) 10.9
4) 54.6
10) 10.9
11) 21.9
14) 10.9
15) 10.9
16) 43.7
17) 21.9
18) 21.9
19) 87.4
20) 21.9
21) 21.9
22) 43.7
23) 21.9
24) 32.8
26) 10.9
30) 43.7
31) 32.8
33) 21.9
39) 10.9
40) 21.9
41) 21.9
42) 32.8
47) 21.9
49) 10.9
51) 10.9
53) 21.9
58) 10.9
59) 10.9
Missing3388 
TOTAL108100.0
46) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Year of death [1st child] (CH122U2)
TOTAL%
1915) 10.9
1920) 10.9
1926) 10.9
1929) 21.8
1930) 21.8
1931) 21.8
1933) 32.8
1934) 10.9
1935) 10.9
1937) 32.8
1941) 10.9
1943) 21.8
1948) 21.8
1949) 21.8
1951) 32.8
1952) 21.8
1953) 21.8
1954) 32.8
1956) 21.8
1958) 10.9
1960) 43.7
1961) 43.7
1962) 21.8
1965) 32.8
1966) 10.9
1968) 32.8
1969) 10.9
1972) 43.7
1973) 10.9
1974) 32.8
1975) 32.8
1976) 1110.1
1977) 43.7
1978) 32.8
1979) 65.5
1980) 98.3
1981) 54.6
1983) 10.9
1984) 21.8
1985) 21.8
Missing3387 
TOTAL109100.0
47) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Age at death [2nd child] (CH124N2)
TOTAL%
0) 225.0
2) 112.5
6) 112.5
20) 112.5
22) 112.5
46) 225.0
Missing3488 
TOTAL8100.0
48) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Year of death [2nd child] (CH125U2)
TOTAL%
1938) 120.0
1939) 120.0
1967) 120.0
1983) 240.0
Missing3491 
TOTAL5100.0
49) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Age at death [3rd child] (CH127N2)
TOTAL%
0) 133.3
25) 133.3
35) 133.3
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
50) Have any of your children died? [If any of your children have died] Year of death [3rd child] (CH128N2)
TOTAL%
1928) 133.3
1946) 133.3
1980) 133.3
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
51) How many grandchildren do you have-both natural and step? (CH132U2)
TOTAL%
0) 27728.9
1) 616.4
2) 10811.3
3) 11011.5
4) 717.4
5) 788.1
6) 485.0
7) 414.3
8) 333.4
9) 373.9
10) 171.8
11) 252.6
12) 141.5
13) 70.7
14) 20.2
15) 20.2
16) 20.2
17) 80.8
18) 10.1
19) 10.1
20) 30.3
21) 20.2
22) 10.1
23) 10.1
24) 20.2
25) 10.1
26) 20.2
27) 10.1
32) 10.1
38) 10.1
Missing2538 
TOTAL958100.0
52) [How many grandchildren do you have?] Are any of these step-grandchildren? If SO, how many? (CH133N2)
TOTAL%
0) 48371.8
1) 598.8
2) 487.1
3) 213.1
4) 152.2
5) 121.8
6) 131.9
7) 91.3
8) 71.0
9) 20.3
10) 10.1
12) 10.1
13) 10.1
22) 10.1
Missing2823 
TOTAL673100.0
53) How many of great grandchildren do you have, if any? (CH134N2)
TOTAL%
0) 30860.3
1) 254.9
2) 356.8
3) 295.7
4) 132.5
5) 173.3
6) 142.7
7) 112.2
8) 112.2
9) 122.3
10) 40.8
11) 81.6
12) 20.4
13) 61.2
15) 20.4
16) 20.4
19) 20.4
20) 40.8
21) 20.4
23) 10.2
24) 20.4
26) 10.2
Missing2985 
TOTAL511100.0
54) Many parent who have more than one child say that, while they love all their children equally, their relationship with each one is quite different. What about you? In general, do you get along better with one of your other children than you do with your 'study' son or daughter? If so, with which child do you get along best? First name [ID# of child] [ARDA note: 001- Male child not previously in study, 002- Female child not previously in study, EQUAL- All children equally] (CH184N2)
55) Many grandparents who have more than one grandchild also frequently say, that while they love all their grandchildren equally, their relationship with each one is quite different. What about you? Do you GET ALONG BETTER with one of your OTHER grandchildren than you do with you 'study' grandchild? If SO, with which grandchild do you GET ALONG BEST? First name [ID# of child] [ARDA note: 001- Male child not previously in study, 002- Female child not previously in study, EQUAL- All children equally] (GC043N2)
56) Do you see any of your other children more often than you see your 'study' son or daughter? IF YES, which child do you see more frequently? [ARDA note: [3-digit ID code] 001- Male child not previously in study, 002- Female child not previously in study, EQUAL- See all children equally [See the introduction for Explanation of ID Codes]] (FF004N2)
57) What about your other grandchildren? Do you see any of your other grandchildren more often than your 'study' grandchild? IF YES, whom do you see most frequently? [ARDA note: ID#- (3-digit) If grand-child named is part of study, 001- Male grandchild not previously in study, 002- Female grandchild not previously in study, EQUAL- See all grandchildren equally] (FF023N2)
58) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? (FF045N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL893300.73147
59) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Other relatives you see frequently: [RELATIVE 2] (FF046N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL513296.881153
60) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Other relatives you see frequently: [RELATIVE 3] (FF047N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]10.6
110) Children21.2
111) Son(s)21.2
112) Daughter(s)21.2
114) Daugher-in-law (son's wife)10.6
115) Son's family10.6
131) Brother(s)31.8
132) Sister(s)95.4
133) Brother-in-law (sister's husband)10.6
135) Brother's family31.8
170) Grandchildren42.4
171) Grandson(s)53.0
172) Granddaughter(s)53.0
210) Aunts/uncles (and their families)21.2
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)21.2
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)159.0
220) Nieces/nephews (and their families)137.8
221) Nephew(s)127.2
222) Niece(s)159.0
230) Cousins (and their families)2414.5
350) SPOUSE/PARTNER'S NUCLEAR FAMILY31.8
360) Spouse's parents (Respondent's parents-in-law)21.2
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)10.6
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)21.2
370) Spouse's siblings10.6
371) Spouse's brother(s) (Respondent's brother-in-law)10.6
372) Spouse's sister(s) (Respondent's sister-in-law)63.6
376) Spouse's sister's family10.6
461) Spouse's aunt(s) (Respondent's aunt-in-law)21.2
470) Spouse's cousins (and their families)10.6
500) GENERIC-IN-LAWS (FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE FAMILY; TO BE USED WHEN THE ORIGIN OF THE IN-LAW RELATIONSHIP CANNOT BE DETERMINED)21.2
501) Brother(s)-in-law31.8
502) Sister(s)-in-law53.0
560) Step children21.2
562) Step daughter(s) (and her family)21.2
582) Step grandmother(s)10.6
591) Step grandson(s) (and his family)10.6
671) Ex-brother-in-law10.6
672) Ex-sister-in-law10.6
860) Friends10.6
888) NO CODABLE REPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]53.0
Missing3330 
TOTAL166100.0
61) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Other relatives you see frequently: [RELATIVE 4] (FF048N2)
TOTAL%
113) Son-in-law (daughter's husband)27.7
131) Brother(s)27.7
171) Grandson(s)13.8
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)13.8
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)311.5
220) Nieces/nephews (and their families)311.5
221) Nephew(s)27.7
222) Niece(s)13.8
230) Cousins (and their families)27.7
370) Spouse's siblings13.8
371) Spouse's brother(s) (Respondent's brother-in-law)27.7
375) Spouse's brother's family13.8
376) Spouse's sister's family13.8
461) Spouse's aunt(s) (Respondent's aunt-in-law)13.8
500) GENERIC-IN-LAWS (FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE FAMILY; TO BE USED WHEN THE ORIGIN OF THE IN-LAW RELATIONSHIP CANNOT BE DETERMINED)13.8
501) Brother(s)-in-law13.8
888) NO CODABLE REPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]13.8
Missing3470 
TOTAL26100.0
62) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Number of times in contact during the year: [RELATIVE 1] (FF049N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL50346.543104
63) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Number of times in contact during the year: [RELATIVE 2] (FF050N2)
TOTAL%
1) 113.8
2) 258.6
3) 227.6
4) 3010.3
5) 175.8
6) 165.5
7) 51.7
8) 72.4
9) 41.4
10) 175.8
11) 62.1
12) 5217.9
13) 10.3
14) 31.0
15) 31.0
18) 41.4
19) 10.3
20) 20.7
24) 51.7
25) 31.0
26) 10.3
30) 41.4
35) 20.7
48) 10.3
50) 51.7
52) 248.2
60) 20.7
78) 10.3
100) 20.7
104) 10.3
110) 10.3
150) 20.7
156) 10.3
250) 10.3
300) 10.3
325) 10.3
350) 10.3
365) 41.4
888) 20.7
Missing3205 
TOTAL291100.0
64) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Number of times in contact during the year: [RELATIVE 3] (FF051N2)
TOTAL%
1) 103.9
2) 207.8
3) 176.6
4) 2810.9
5) 145.4
6) 176.6
7) 10.4
8) 135.0
9) 31.2
10) 103.9
11) 31.2
12) 3814.7
14) 10.4
15) 51.9
17) 10.4
18) 20.8
20) 41.6
24) 93.5
25) 31.2
26) 41.6
30) 10.4
35) 10.4
36) 31.2
43) 10.4
48) 10.4
50) 51.9
52) 228.5
55) 10.4
60) 20.8
72) 10.4
75) 10.4
78) 10.4
88) 10.4
100) 10.4
104) 31.2
141) 10.4
156) 10.4
250) 10.4
256) 10.4
365) 41.6
888) 20.8
Missing3238 
TOTAL258100.0
65) Are there any other relatives that you see frequently, or are in contact with regularly by phone or mail, whom we have not asked about? IF SO, who are they and approximately how often are you in touch with them during the year? Number of times in contact during the year: [RELATIVE 4] (FF052N2)
TOTAL%
2) 48.3
3) 12.1
4) 612.5
5) 36.3
6) 36.3
7) 12.1
8) 12.1
10) 24.2
12) 816.7
13) 12.1
14) 12.1
20) 24.2
24) 12.1
25) 12.1
26) 12.1
52) 48.3
55) 12.1
60) 12.1
72) 12.1
100) 12.1
300) 12.1
365) 36.3
Missing3448 
TOTAL48100.0
66) What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) AVERAGE HOURS PER MONTH [Club/organization 1] (LT003N2)
TOTAL%
0) 405.1
1) 293.7
2) 567.2
3) 506.4
4) 8410.8
5) 486.2
6) 496.3
7) 70.9
8) 617.8
9) 141.8
10) 678.6
11) 70.9
12) 455.8
13) 101.3
14) 111.4
15) 314.0
16) 151.9
17) 10.1
18) 172.2
20) 334.2
22) 40.5
23) 10.1
24) 81.0
25) 162.1
28) 40.5
29) 10.1
30) 141.8
32) 40.5
33) 10.1
35) 70.9
36) 10.1
40) 111.4
44) 10.1
45) 20.3
48) 10.1
50) 70.9
55) 10.1
60) 40.5
72) 20.3
75) 10.1
80) 10.1
100) 20.3
101) 10.1
120) 10.1
160) 10.1
168) 10.1
340) 10.1
500) 10.1
888) 30.4
999) 10.1
Missing2717 
TOTAL779100.0
67) What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) AVERAGE HOURS PER MONTH [Club/organization 2] (LT005N2)
TOTAL%
0) 295.9
1) 5110.4
2) 5210.6
3) 5411.0
4) 5411.0
5) 336.7
6) 428.6
7) 51.0
8) 336.7
9) 51.0
10) 346.9
11) 20.4
12) 132.6
13) 10.2
14) 51.0
15) 102.0
16) 91.8
18) 40.8
20) 173.5
22) 20.4
23) 20.4
24) 40.8
25) 51.0
26) 10.2
28) 30.6
30) 30.6
32) 30.6
35) 10.2
40) 20.4
45) 10.2
50) 10.2
60) 10.2
80) 20.4
100) 10.2
888) 61.2
Missing3005 
TOTAL491100.0
68) What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) AVERAGE HOURS PER MONTH [Club/organization 3] (LT007N2)
TOTAL%
0) 115.0
1) 219.5
2) 3013.6
3) 2410.9
4) 2611.8
5) 198.6
6) 125.5
7) 20.9
8) 115.0
9) 20.9
10) 177.7
11) 20.9
12) 146.4
13) 10.5
15) 20.9
16) 20.9
18) 20.9
20) 62.7
22) 10.5
24) 20.9
25) 31.4
26) 10.5
27) 10.5
30) 20.9
32) 10.5
35) 10.5
40) 10.5
94) 10.5
888) 20.9
Missing3276 
TOTAL220100.0
69) What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) AVERAGE HOURS PER MONTH [Club/organization 4] (LT009N2)
TOTAL%
2) 111.1
3) 222.2
4) 111.1
5) 111.1
6) 222.2
10) 111.1
45) 111.1
Missing3487 
TOTAL9100.0
70) During the past year were you and/or your spouse (if applicable) in a hospital, nursing home or convalescent home? About how many days? [YOU] (HF015N2)
TOTAL%
0) 10.5
1) 3317.9
2) 2010.9
3) 1910.3
4) 2212.0
5) 147.6
6) 52.7
7) 116.0
8) 84.3
9) 31.6
10) 73.8
11) 10.5
12) 31.6
13) 21.1
14) 63.3
15) 31.6
18) 21.1
20) 10.5
21) 31.6
22) 10.5
23) 10.5
25) 10.5
28) 10.5
30) 52.7
45) 10.5
56) 10.5
60) 21.1
75) 10.5
90) 21.1
120) 21.1
122) 10.5
365) 10.5
Missing3312 
TOTAL184100.0
71) During the past year were you and/or your spouse (if applicable) in a hospital, nursing home or convalescent home? About how many days? [SPOUSE] (HF017N2)
TOTAL%
1) 2516.2
2) 74.5
3) 2013.0
4) 149.1
5) 1912.3
6) 53.2
7) 127.8
8) 21.3
9) 10.6
10) 95.8
11) 21.3
12) 21.3
14) 74.5
15) 42.6
17) 10.6
18) 10.6
20) 10.6
21) 95.8
22) 10.6
24) 10.6
28) 10.6
30) 10.6
42) 10.6
45) 10.6
47) 10.6
60) 21.3
90) 10.6
120) 21.3
250) 10.6
Missing3342 
TOTAL154100.0
72) Approximately how many times did you and/or your spouse visit a doctor in the past year? [YOU] (HF024N2)
TOTAL%
0) 21917.0
1) 27821.6
2) 24418.9
3) 1229.5
4) 1169.0
5) 433.3
6) 695.4
7) 110.9
8) 141.1
9) 100.8
10) 443.4
11) 40.3
12) 332.6
13) 50.4
14) 40.3
15) 131.0
18) 10.1
19) 10.1
20) 141.1
23) 10.1
24) 50.4
25) 50.4
26) 10.1
28) 10.1
30) 70.5
35) 10.1
37) 10.1
40) 40.3
45) 10.1
50) 40.3
52) 10.1
55) 10.1
68) 10.1
100) 10.1
104) 10.1
150) 20.2
156) 10.1
888) 40.3
Missing2208 
TOTAL1288100.0
73) CURRENT OCCUPATION: What is your current occupation; that is, what kind of work do you do and how many hours do you work at this job during an average week? (PLEASE BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE, e.g., 'packer in a meat processing plant,' 'insurance salesperson,' 'self-employed contractor,' 'bank teller,' 'free-lance artist,' etc.) Description of main job: (WR018U2)
74) CURRENT OCCUPATION: What is your current occupation; that is, what kind of work do you do and how many hours do you work at this job during an average week? (PLEASE BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE, e.g., 'packer in a meat processing plant,' 'insurance salesperson,' 'self-employed contractor,' 'bank teller,' 'free-lance artist,' etc.) Description of main job: Average hours per week (WR019U2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL92145.50463
75) YEAR OF RETIREMENT: If you and/or your spouse are RETIRED or SEMI-RETIRED from your life-long occupations, in what year did each of you retire for the first (or only) time? If either of you are retired a second time, please indicate the YEAR this occurred. Year of first (or only) retirement - YOU (WR025U2)
TOTAL%
1922) 10.3
1923) 10.3
1927) 10.3
1931) 10.3
1935) 10.3
1943) 10.3
1945) 10.3
1946) 10.3
1948) 10.3
1950) 20.7
1952) 10.3
1953) 10.3
1955) 41.3
1956) 20.7
1957) 31.0
1958) 20.7
1959) 10.3
1960) 31.0
1961) 31.0
1962) 103.3
1963) 20.7
1964) 82.6
1965) 62.0
1966) 10.3
1967) 123.9
1968) 82.6
1969) 113.6
1970) 144.6
1971) 113.6
1972) 185.9
1973) 113.6
1974) 154.9
1975) 113.6
1976) 123.9
1977) 144.6
1978) 185.9
1979) 82.6
1980) 154.9
1981) 165.2
1982) 103.3
1983) 237.5
1984) 175.6
1985) 31.0
Missing3191 
TOTAL305100.0
76) YEAR OF RETIREMENT: If you and/or your spouse are RETIRED or SEMI-RETIRED from your life-long occupations, in what year did each of you retire for the first (or only) time? If either of you are retired a second time, please indicate the YEAR this occurred. [Year spouse first retired][Year of spouse's retirement] (WR026N2)
TOTAL%
1931) 10.4
1943) 10.4
1944) 10.4
1946) 10.4
1950) 10.4
1952) 10.4
1955) 31.2
1957) 10.4
1958) 41.7
1959) 10.4
1960) 52.1
1961) 20.8
1962) 72.9
1963) 10.4
1964) 62.5
1965) 83.3
1966) 41.7
1967) 72.9
1968) 83.3
1969) 31.2
1970) 135.4
1971) 135.4
1972) 145.8
1973) 104.1
1974) 114.5
1975) 104.1
1976) 114.5
1977) 83.3
1978) 145.8
1979) 83.3
1980) 145.8
1981) 187.4
1982) 62.5
1983) 156.2
1984) 83.3
1985) 31.2
Missing3254 
TOTAL242100.0
77) YEAR OF RETIREMENT: If you and/or your spouse are RETIRED or SEMI-RETIRED from your life-long occupations, in what year did each of you retire for the first (or only) time? If either of you are retired a second time, please indicate the YEAR this occurred. Year of second retirement - YOU (WR027U2)
TOTAL%
1948) 12.4
1958) 12.4
1961) 12.4
1963) 12.4
1964) 12.4
1966) 12.4
1968) 12.4
1969) 12.4
1970) 12.4
1972) 24.8
1973) 24.8
1974) 24.8
1975) 49.5
1976) 12.4
1978) 24.8
1979) 49.5
1980) 49.5
1981) 49.5
1982) 49.5
1983) 37.1
1984) 12.4
Missing3454 
TOTAL42100.0
78) YEAR OF RETIREMENT: If you and/or your spouse are RETIRED or SEMI-RETIRED from your life-long occupations, in what year did each of you retire for the first (or only) time? If either of you are retired a second time, please indicate the YEAR this occurred. Year of second retirement - SPOUSE (WR028N2)
TOTAL%
1958) 12.9
1966) 12.9
1970) 38.6
1971) 12.9
1972) 25.7
1974) 25.7
1975) 25.7
1976) 25.7
1977) 12.9
1978) 25.7
1979) 25.7
1980) 25.7
1981) 25.7
1982) 38.6
1983) 514.3
1984) 38.6
1985) 12.9
Missing3461 
TOTAL35100.0
79) FORMER OCCUPATION: If you are retired, semi-retired, unemployed, or a homemaker, what was your main occupation during your working career? (PLEASE BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE, e.g., 'self-employed contractor,' 'bank teller,' 'elementary school teacher,' etc.). Description of former occupation: (WR029N2)
80) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. It's 'who you know' that determines what you get out of life. OR B. You will get what you want in life if you have what it takes and apply yourself to your goals. (AV001R2)
TOTAL%
1) A1179.0
2) B118591.0
Missing2194 
TOTAL1302100.0
81) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. It is impossible for me to believe that chance or luck plays an important role in my life. OR B. Many times I feel that I have little influence over the things that happen to me. (AV002R2)
TOTAL%
1) A72156.9
2) B54743.1
Missing2228 
TOTAL1268100.0
82) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. I have often found that what is going to happen will happen. OR B. Trusting to fate has never turned out as well for me as making a decision to take a definite course of action. (AV003R2)
TOTAL%
1) A37729.1
2) B91770.9
Missing2202 
TOTAL1294100.0
83) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. The world is run by the few people in power and there's not much the little guy can do about it. OR B. The average citizen can have an influence on government decisions. (AV004R2)
TOTAL%
1) A43633.5
2) B86466.5
Missing2196 
TOTAL1300100.0
84) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. It is only wishful thinking to believe that one can really influence what happens in society at large. OR B. People like me can change the course of world events if we make ourselves heard. (AV005R2)
TOTAL%
1) A37629.2
2) B91270.8
Missing2208 
TOTAL1288100.0
85) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. It is not always wise to plan too far ahead because many things turn out to be a matter of good or bad fortune anyhow. OR B. When I make plans, I am almost certain that I can make them work. (AV006R2)
TOTAL%
1) A24118.7
2) B105081.3
Missing2205 
TOTAL1291100.0
86) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. As far as world affairs are concerned, most of us are victims of forces we can neither understand nor control. OR B. By taking an active part in political and social affairs, the people can control world events. (AV007R2)
TOTAL%
1) A53941.8
2) B74958.2
Missing2208 
TOTAL1288100.0
87) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. Leadership positions tend to go to capable people who deserve being chosen. OR B. It's hard to know why some people get leadership positions and others don't; ability doesn't seem to be the important factor. (AV008R2)
TOTAL%
1) A60046.7
2) B68653.3
Missing2210 
TOTAL1286100.0
88) Each of the following items consists of a pair of alternatives letter 'A' and 'B'. Please select the one statement from each pair which you believe more strongly to be the case, for you, at this point in your life. CIRCLE 'A' OR 'B' TO INDICATE WHICH ALTERNATIVE YOU PREFER. AT THIS POINT IN MY LIFE, I MORE STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT: A. There's very little that persons like myself can do to improve world opinion of the United States. OR B. I think each of us can do a great deal to improve world opinion of the United States. (AV009R2)
TOTAL%
1) A38029.7
2) B90070.3
Missing2216 
TOTAL1280100.0
89) On a more personal level, during the past 12 years have YOU experienced: (CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) (BW013N2)
TOTAL%
1) More JOYS than sorrows in your life?73957.6
2) More SORROWS than joys in your life?12910.0
3) Or about an EQUAL number of joys and sorrows?41632.4
Missing2212 
TOTAL1284100.0
90) How about your family as a whole? In the past 12 years, would you say that your family has experienced: (CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FAMILY.) (BW014N2)
TOTAL%
1) More UPS than downs?65551.2
2) More DOWNS than ups?16913.2
3) As many UPS and DOWNS?45535.6
Missing2217 
TOTAL1279100.0
91) Check: Male or female (BG004R2)
TOTAL%
1) Male56042.1
2) Female77157.9
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
92) How long have you lived at your current residence? (CHECK ONE) (BG008N2)
TOTAL%
1) More than 30 years1027.7
2) 21 to 30 years16112.1
3) 11 to 20 years23918.0
4) 6 to 10 years26519.9
5) 2 to 5 years27921.0
6) Less than 2 years28421.4
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
93) Do you currently live in a retirement community, a 'life care' facility, nursing home or any other type of special housing? (CHECK ONE) (BG009N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes597.7
2) No70692.3
Missing2731 
TOTAL765100.0
94) CURRENT MARITAL STATUS: What is your current marital status or living arrangement? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR SITUATION AND INDICATE THE YEAR THIS EVENT OCCURRED.) (BG011U2)
TOTAL%
1) Married98674.2
2) Separated211.6
3) Divorced1017.6
4) Widowed1047.8
5) Living with a partner as though married382.9
6) Other (SPECIFY)110.8
7) [Single, never married][Derived category]685.1
Missing2167 
TOTAL1329100.0
95) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). No one else - Lives alone (BG017N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked167100.0
Missing3329 
TOTAL167100.0
96) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Your spouse (BG018N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1011100.0
Missing2485 
TOTAL1011100.0
97) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Your children (BG019U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked508100.0
Missing2988 
TOTAL508100.0
98) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Your grandchildren (BG022N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked26100.0
Missing3470 
TOTAL26100.0
99) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Son/daughter-in-law (BG023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked20100.0
Missing3476 
TOTAL20100.0
100) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Other relative [Not previously mentioned] (BG024N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked62100.0
Missing3434 
TOTAL62100.0
101) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Other relative [Not previously mentioned] [IF 'other relative' lives with respondent] Who? (BG024AN2)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]11.5
1) Step-parent5786.4
2) Step-child69.1
3) Sibling11.5
9) All others (including fictive kin)11.5
Missing3430 
TOTAL66100.0
102) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Non-relative who shares expenses (BG025N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked29100.0
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
103) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Paid companion or nurse's aide (BG027N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked13100.0
Missing3483 
TOTAL13100.0
104) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Boarder (non-related) (BG026N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked9100.0
Missing3487 
TOTAL9100.0
105) [Questions about respondent's current living arrangements refer back to here] Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Other (BG028N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1487.5
9) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]212.5
Missing3480 
TOTAL16100.0
106) While you were growing up, did an older relative such as a grandparent live with your family; or did your family live with an older relative? (CHECK ONE) (BG034N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31624.0
2) No99876.0
Missing2182 
TOTAL1314100.0
107) FORMER MARRIAGES: Have you ever been married before, not counting your present marriage? (CHECK ONE) (BG039N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39329.7
2) No93070.3
Missing2173 
TOTAL1323100.0
108) Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [Reason 1st marriage ended] (BG041N2)
TOTAL%
1) Divorced33485.2
2) Widowed5814.8
Missing3104 
TOTAL392100.0
109) Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [Reason 2nd marriage ended] (BG041AN2)
TOTAL%
1) Divorced7376.8
2) Widowed2223.2
Missing3401 
TOTAL95100.0
110) Starting with your FIRST marriage, please indicate the years of your former marriages and the reason and year each marriage ended. [Reason 3rd marriage ended] (BG041BN2)
TOTAL%
1) Divorced1862.1
2) Widowed1137.9
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
111) If you are currently married, has your spouse ever been married before? (CHECK ONE) (BG043N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes24324.0
2) No77176.0
Missing2482 
TOTAL1014100.0
112) EDUCATION: How many years of schooling have you completed? And, how many has your spouse completed? (CHECK THE HIGHEST LEVEL COMPLETED BY YOU, AND BY YOUR SPOUSE IF YOU ARE MARRIED OR WIDOWED.) YOU (BG053U2)
TOTAL%
1) 8th grade or less544.1
2) Some high school (9th-11th grade)957.2
3) High school or vocational school graduate24018.2
4) Specialized technical, business, or other training after high school13610.3
5) Some college (1-3 years)42031.9
6) College or university graduate16612.6
7) One or more academic years beyond college, including M.A.14310.9
8) Post-graduate degree (Ph.D., M.D., J.D., etc.)634.8
Missing2179 
TOTAL1317100.0
113) EDUCATION: How many (years of schooling) have you completed? And, how many has your spouse completed? (CHECK THE HIGHEST LEVEL COMPLETED BY YOU, AND BY YOUR SPOUSE IF YOU ARE MARRIED OR WIDOWED.) SPOUSE (BG054U2)
TOTAL%
1) 8th grade or less484.6
2) Some high school (9th-11th grade)898.4
3) High school or vocational school graduate22020.9
4) Specialized technical, business, or other training after high school12712.0
5) Some college (1-3 years)27225.8
6) College or university graduate13612.9
7) One or more academic years beyond college, including M.A.938.8
8) Post-graduate degree (Ph.D., M.D., J.D., etc.)696.5
Missing2442 
TOTAL1054100.0
114) How often do you attend religious services NOW? (CHECK ONE) (BG057U2)
TOTAL%
1) Never37128.2
2) Once every year or so28721.8
3) Several times a year20815.8
4) About once a month695.2
5) Once a week or so26920.5
6) More than once a week1118.4
Missing2181 
TOTAL1315100.0
115) Regardless of whether you actually attend religious services, do you consider yourself to be: (CHECK ONE) (BG058U2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all religious14811.3
2) Somewhat religious30022.9
3) Moderately religious50738.6
4) Very religious1178.9
5) Religion is the most important influence in my life.24018.3
Missing2184 
TOTAL1312100.0
116) MILITARY SERVICE: Did you and/or your spouse ever serve on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States? (CHECK ONE) (BG059N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes59445.5
2) No71154.5
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
117) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] Oldest child (CH008N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage38751.3
2) Separated/divorced12015.9
3) Widowed101.3
4) Remarried13718.1
5) Never married719.4
6) Living with partner as though married304.0
Missing2741 
TOTAL755100.0
118) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 2nd child (CH014N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage31444.8
2) Separated/divorced10414.8
3) Widowed81.1
4) Remarried9513.6
5) Never married13719.5
6) Living with partner as though married436.1
Missing2795 
TOTAL701100.0
119) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] Third child (CH020N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage20141.7
2) Separated/divorced5311.0
3) Widowed20.4
4) Remarried5711.8
5) Never married14530.1
6) Living with partner as though married245.0
Missing3014 
TOTAL482100.0
120) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] Fourth child (CH026N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage13244.3
2) Separated/divorced3010.1
3) Widowed10.3
4) Remarried206.7
5) Never married10234.2
6) Living with partner as though married134.4
Missing3198 
TOTAL298100.0
121) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 5th child (CH032N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage4933.8
2) Separated/divorced64.1
4) Remarried139.0
5) Never married6846.9
6) Living with partner as though married96.2
Missing3351 
TOTAL145100.0
122) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 6th child (CH038N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage2734.6
2) Separated/divorced45.1
4) Remarried33.8
5) Never married3747.4
6) Living with partner as though married79.0
Missing3418 
TOTAL78100.0
123) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] Seventh child (CH044N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage717.5
2) Separated/divorced37.5
4) Remarried37.5
5) Never married2460.0
6) Living with partner as though married37.5
Missing3456 
TOTAL40100.0
124) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 8th child (CH050N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage315.0
2) Separated/divorced315.0
4) Remarried15.0
5) Never married1155.0
6) Living with partner as though married210.0
Missing3476 
TOTAL20100.0
125) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 9th child (CH056N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage220.0
4) Remarried110.0
5) Never married660.0
6) Living with partner as though married110.0
Missing3486 
TOTAL10100.0
126) Starting with the oldest child, what is each child's first name and in what year was each child born? (WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW.) We'd also like to know the city and state where each child lives and the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your children. (WRITE THE CITY AND STATE BELOW AND CHECK ONE BOX for each child's current marital status.) [Current marital status] 10th child (CH062N2)
TOTAL%
1) In first marriage116.7
2) Separated/divorced233.3
5) Never married350.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
127) Have any of your children died? (CHECK ONE) (CH119N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11410.0
2) No102590.0
Missing2357 
TOTAL1139100.0
128) Taking everything into consideration HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your 'study' son or daughter at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE) (CH142R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close283.7
2) Not too close374.9
3) Somewhat close739.6
4) Pretty close20627.1
5) Very close27135.7
6) Extremely close14519.1
Missing2736 
TOTAL760100.0
129) How is COMMUNICATION between yourself and this daughter or son? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE) (CH143R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good253.3
2) Not too good324.2
3) Somewhat good648.4
4) Pretty good17523.0
5) Very good28737.8
6) Extremely good17723.3
Missing2736 
TOTAL760100.0
130) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of your 'study' son or daughter at this point in time? (CHECK ONE) (CH144R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not similar344.5
2) Not too similar689.0
3) Somewhat similar13317.6
4) Pretty similar24232.1
5) Very similar22129.3
6) Extremely similar567.4
Missing2742 
TOTAL754100.0
131) Overall, how well do you and this son or daughter GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE) (CH145R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well111.5
2) Not too well121.6
3) Somewhat well344.5
4) Pretty well14118.7
5) Very well31641.9
6) Extremely well24031.8
Missing2742 
TOTAL754100.0
132) How well do you feel you UNDERSTAND this son or daughter? (CHECK ONE) (CH146R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well152.0
2) Not too well324.2
3) Somewhat well587.6
4) Pretty well24231.9
5) Very well29138.3
6) Extremely well12115.9
Missing2737 
TOTAL759100.0
133) And finally, how well do you feel this son or daughter UNDERSTANDS YOU? (CHECK ONE) (CH147R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all well222.9
2) Not too well364.7
3) Somewhat well759.9
4) Pretty well25433.5
5) Very well27035.6
6) Extremely well10113.3
Missing2738 
TOTAL758100.0
134) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with a particular child. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say that your relationship with your 'study' child has: (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL.) (CH178N2)
TOTAL%
1) Declined CONSIDERABLY19826.1
2) Declined SOMEWHAT17723.4
3) Stayed about the SAME31040.9
4) Improved SOMEWHAT466.1
5) Improved CONSIDERABLY273.6
Missing2738 
TOTAL758100.0
135) Taking everything into consideration, HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your 'study' grandchild at this point in time? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC001R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close209.2
2) Not too close2712.4
3) Somewhat close4219.4
4) Pretty close6027.6
5) Very close5525.3
6) Extremely close136.0
Missing3279 
TOTAL217100.0
136) How is COMMUNICATION between you and this grandchild? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your lives? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC002R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good2712.6
2) Not too good157.0
3) Somewhat good2913.5
4) Pretty good6932.1
5) Very good5726.5
6) Extremely good188.4
Missing3281 
TOTAL215100.0
137) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of this grandchild at this point in time? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC003R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not similar2512.1
2) Not too similar3115.0
3) Somewhat similar5325.6
4) Pretty similar5124.6
5) Very similar3918.8
6) Extremely similar83.9
Missing3289 
TOTAL207100.0
138) Overall, how well do you and this grandchild GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC004R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well115.2
2) Not too well83.8
3) Somewhat well136.1
4) Pretty well6028.2
5) Very well8740.8
6) Extremely well3416.0
Missing3283 
TOTAL213100.0
139) How well do you feel you UNDERSTAND this grandchild? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC005R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well199.0
2) Not too well209.4
3) Somewhat well2913.7
4) Pretty well6832.1
5) Very well6329.7
6) Extremely well136.1
Missing3284 
TOTAL212100.0
140) And finally, how well do you feel this grandchild UNDERSTANDS YOU? (CHECK ONE) ['Study' grandchild] (GC006R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well146.7
2) Not too well157.1
3) Somewhat well3416.2
4) Pretty well8339.5
5) Very well5023.8
6) Extremely well146.7
Missing3286 
TOTAL210100.0
141) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with a particular grandchild. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say that your relationship with you 'study' grandchild has: (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL) [ARDA NOTE: Categories are reversed in the codebook. 1 is Improved CONSIDERABLY, 5 is Declined CONSIDERABLE. We are not sure which is correct.] (GC037N2)
TOTAL%
1) Declined CONSIDERABLY3114.5
2) Declined SOMEWHAT3114.5
3) Stayed about the SAME12357.5
4) Improved SOMEWHAT167.5
5) Improved CONSIDERABLY136.1
Missing3282 
TOTAL214100.0
142) Sometimes family tensions occur because parents feel that their children do not show enough appreciation or are ungrateful. How true is this of your family? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS LISTED BELOW): In general, how often do you feel that your children and grandchildren are indifferent toward you or ungrateful for all that has been done for them? [Your 'study' son/daughter] (CH185N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never27937.0
2) Rarely22630.0
3) Sometimes14218.8
4) Fairly often405.3
5) Very often385.0
6) Not applicable293.8
Missing2742 
TOTAL754100.0
143) Sometimes family tensions occur because parents feel that their children do not show enough appreciation or are ungrateful. How true is this of your family? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS LISTED BELOW): In general, how often do you feel that your children and grandchildren are indifferent toward you or ungrateful for all that has been done for them? [Your other children] (CH186N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never18125.0
2) Rarely21629.9
3) Sometimes18525.6
4) Fairly often415.7
5) Very often324.4
6) Not applicable689.4
Missing2773 
TOTAL723100.0
144) Sometimes family tensions occur because parents feel that their children do not show enough appreciation or are ungrateful. How true is this of your family? In general, how often do you feel that your children or grandchildren are indifferent toward you or ungrateful for all that has been done for them? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS LISTED BELOW) Your study grandchild (GC044N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never8341.3
2) Rarely5125.4
3) Sometimes2612.9
4) Fairly often136.5
5) Very often136.5
6) Not applicable157.5
Missing3295 
TOTAL201100.0
145) Sometimes family tensions occur because parents feel that their children do not show enough appreciation or are ungrateful. How true is this of your family? In general, how often do you feel that your children or grandchildren are indifferent toward you or ungrateful for all that has been done for them? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS LISTED BELOW) Your other grandchildren (GC045N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never7035.7
2) Rarely4623.5
3) Sometimes4120.9
4) Fairly often115.6
5) Very often126.1
6) Not applicable168.2
Missing3300 
TOTAL196100.0
146) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You calmly discuss something together (ML001U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever242.3
2) Sometimes13713.3
3) Fairly often21921.3
4) Quite frequently30029.2
5) Almost always34933.9
Missing2467 
TOTAL1029100.0
147) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: One of you is sarcastic (ML002U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever39338.5
2) Sometimes46045.1
3) Fairly often868.4
4) Quite frequently616.0
5) Almost always212.1
Missing2475 
TOTAL1021100.0
148) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You work together on something (dishes, yard work, hobbies, child care, etc.) (ML003U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever999.6
2) Sometimes20820.3
3) Fairly often20219.7
4) Quite frequently27727.0
5) Almost always24123.5
Missing2469 
TOTAL1027100.0
149) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: One of you refuses to talk in a normal manner (For example, shouting or not talking) (ML004U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever46445.4
2) Sometimes42841.9
3) Fairly often787.6
4) Quite frequently353.4
5) Almost always171.7
Missing2474 
TOTAL1022100.0
150) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You laugh together (ML005U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever262.5
2) Sometimes13312.9
3) Fairly often20620.0
4) Quite frequently41140.0
5) Almost always25224.5
Missing2468 
TOTAL1028100.0
151) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You have a stimulating exchange of ideas (ML006U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever676.5
2) Sometimes24423.8
3) Fairly often24824.2
4) Quite frequently29228.5
5) Almost always17417.0
Missing2471 
TOTAL1025100.0
152) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You disagree about something important (ML007U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever29028.3
2) Sometimes56054.7
3) Fairly often10510.3
4) Quite frequently504.9
5) Almost always191.9
Missing2472 
TOTAL1024100.0
153) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: One of you becomes critical and belittling (ML008U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever51950.7
2) Sometimes35835.0
3) Fairly often636.2
4) Quite frequently626.1
5) Almost always222.1
Missing2472 
TOTAL1024100.0
154) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: You have a good time together (ML009U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever262.5
2) Sometimes999.6
3) Fairly often18117.6
4) Quite frequently25624.9
5) Almost always46545.3
Missing2469 
TOTAL1027100.0
155) Here are some things that husband and wives may do when they are together. (FOR EACH EVENT, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU DO THESE THINGS.) WHEN YOU ARE WITH YOUR SPOUSE OR PARTNER: One of you becomes angry (ML010U2)
TOTAL%
1) Hardly ever30029.2
2) Sometimes55854.3
3) Fairly often999.6
4) Quite frequently535.2
5) Almost always181.8
Missing2468 
TOTAL1028100.0
156) During a typical week, how often do you find yourself thinking about problems that you have in your marriage? (CHECK ONE). (ML011N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never17116.6
2) Rarely44743.5
3) Sometimes27226.5
4) Fairly often999.6
5) Very often373.6
6) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]20.2
Missing2468 
TOTAL1028100.0
157) How CLOSE do you feel to your spouse or partner at this point in time? Would you say: (CHECK ONE) (ML013N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close252.4
2) Not too close333.2
3) Somewhat close706.8
4) Pretty close15915.4
5) Very close30829.9
6) Extremely close43442.1
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]20.2
Missing2465 
TOTAL1031100.0
158) How well do you feel your spouse or partner UNDERSTANDS you? Would you say: (CHECK ONE) (ML014N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well252.4
2) Not too well484.6
3) Somewhat well989.5
4) Pretty well27526.6
5) Very well34133.0
6) Extremely well24523.7
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]20.2
Missing2462 
TOTAL1034100.0
159) Taking everything into consideration, how would you describe your marriage (or living arrangement) at this point in time? (CHECK ONE) (GSAT4) (ML015U2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all happy242.3
2) Not too happy434.2
3) Somewhat happy848.1
4) Pretty happy25524.7
5) Very happy35634.4
6) Extremely happy27026.1
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]20.2
Missing2462 
TOTAL1034100.0
160) How important is it to you that you and your spouse or partner agree in each of the following areas? (FOR EACH STATEMENT BELOW, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS). Have similar religious beliefs (ML016N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important26926.1
2) Somewhat important19218.7
3) Moderately important17817.3
4) Very important20319.7
5) Extremely important18718.2
Missing2467 
TOTAL1029100.0
161) How important is it to you that you and your spouse or partner agree in each of the following areas? (FOR EACH STATEMENT BELOW, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS). Have similar political beliefs (ML017N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important36135.1
2) Somewhat important27426.7
3) Moderately important24223.5
4) Very important11711.4
5) Extremely important343.3
Missing2468 
TOTAL1028100.0
162) How important is it to you that you and your spouse or partner agree in each of the following areas? (FOR EACH STATEMENT BELOW, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS). Have similar views on the roles of husbands and wives (ML018N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important515.0
2) Somewhat important10310.0
3) Moderately important21821.2
4) Very important41940.7
5) Extremely important23923.2
Missing2466 
TOTAL1030100.0
163) How important is it to you that you and your spouse or partner agree in each of the following areas? (FOR EACH STATEMENT BELOW, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS). Have similar views on the importance of family tires over other relationships (ML019N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all important383.7
2) Somewhat important747.2
3) Moderately important19619.1
4) Very important47145.9
5) Extremely important24824.1
Missing2469 
TOTAL1027100.0
164) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with your spouse. Compared to 12 years ago (or compared to when you were first married, if married less than 12 years), would you say that your relationship with your spouse has: (CHECK ONE) [ARDA NOTE: Categories are reversed in the codebook. 1 is Improved CONSIDERABLY, 5 is Declined CONSIDERABLE. We are not sure which is correct.] (ML020N2)
TOTAL%
1) Declined CONSIDERABLY?33532.9
2) Declined SOMEWHAT?28828.3
3) Stayed about the SAME?27026.5
4) Improved SOMEWHAT?676.6
5) Improved CONSIDERABLY?565.5
6) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]20.2
Missing2478 
TOTAL1018100.0
165) ANSWER ONLY IF WIDOWED OR DIVORCED. During the first few months after your spouse's death or your divorce, what were the main problems you faced? (PLEASE SPECIFY) (ML021N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]293100.0
Missing3203 
TOTAL293100.0
166) From your personal experience, would you say that life as a widowed or divorced person gets better as time goes by, that it stays about the same, or that it gets more difficult? (CHECK ONE) (ML022N2)
TOTAL%
1) Gets BETTER as time goes by24366.4
2) Stays about the SAME6718.3
3) Gets more DIFFICULT5615.3
Missing3130 
TOTAL366100.0
167) ANSWER ONLY IF WIDOWED. Thinking back, how would you describe the overall quality of your married life? Would you say that you were: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH MARRIAGE) 1st MARRIAGE (ML023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all happy53.7
2) Not too happy107.4
3) Somewhat happy139.6
4) Pretty happy3123.0
5) Very happy4331.9
6) Extremely happy2820.7
7) Not applicable53.7
Missing3361 
TOTAL135100.0
168) ANSWER ONLY IF WIDOWED. Thinking back, how would you describe the overall quality of your married life? Would you say that you were: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH MARRIAGE) 2nd MARRIAGE (if applicable) (ML024N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all happy24.1
2) Not too happy510.2
3) Somewhat happy12.0
4) Pretty happy918.4
5) Very happy1734.7
6) Extremely happy1020.4
7) Not applicable510.2
Missing3447 
TOTAL49100.0
169) ANSWER ONLY IF WIDOWED. Thinking back, how would you describe the overall quality of your married life? Would you say that you were: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH MARRIAGE) [3rd MARRIAGE (Not asked on survey. Entered only if Respondent wrote in a response)] (ML025N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all happy225.0
5) Very happy112.5
6) Extremely happy225.0
7) Not applicable337.5
Missing3488 
TOTAL8100.0
170) FOR EVERYONE: If you feel there are other aspects of your married life, widowhood, or divorce we didn't ask about, but which are important for us to know, what are they? (PLEASE EXPLAIN) (ML026N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]311100.0
Missing3185 
TOTAL311100.0
171) [Is the section completed?] (ML026AN2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]1990.5
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]29.5
Missing3475 
TOTAL21100.0
172) During the past year, how often were you in contact with your 'STUDY' SON or DAUGHTER - either in-person, by telephone, or by mail? (check one box for each type of contact) IN PERSON (FF001U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often8611.8
2) Every week or so21128.9
3) Every month or so14620.0
4) Several times13618.6
5) Once or twice10514.4
6) Not at all354.8
7) Not applicable111.5
Missing2766 
TOTAL730100.0
173) During the past year, how often were you in contact with your 'STUDY' SON or DAUGHTER - either in-person, by telephone, or by mail? (check one box for each type of contact) BY PHONE (FF002U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often11215.5
2) Every week or so33045.7
3) Every month or so14520.1
4) Several times719.8
5) Once or twice202.8
6) Not at all172.4
7) Not applicable273.7
Missing2774 
TOTAL722100.0
174) During the past year, how often were you in contact with your 'STUDY' SON or DAUGHTER - either in-person, by telephone, or by mail? (check one box for each type of contact) BY MAIL (FF003U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often61.0
2) Every week or so457.2
3) Every month or so9515.3
4) Several times12820.6
5) Once or twice12219.6
6) Not at all12319.8
7) Not applicable10316.6
Missing2874 
TOTAL622100.0
175) And what about your 'STUDY' GRANDCHILD? How often during the past year were you in contact with him or her? IN PERSON (FF005U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often147.3
2) Every week or so199.9
3) Every month or so3518.2
4) Several times4422.9
5) Once or twice5026.0
6) Not at all2513.0
7) Not applicable52.6
Missing3304 
TOTAL192100.0
176) And what about your 'STUDY' GRANDCHILD? How often during the past year were you in contact with him or her? BY PHONE (FF006U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often84.3
2) Every week or so3619.5
3) Every month or so2312.4
4) Several times3619.5
5) Once or twice3418.4
6) Not at all4122.2
7) Not applicable73.8
Missing3311 
TOTAL185100.0
177) And what about your 'STUDY' GRANDCHILD? How often during the past year were you in contact with him or her? BY MAIL (FF007U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often63.4
2) Every week or so63.4
3) Every month or so169.2
4) Several times3721.3
5) Once or twice4827.6
6) Not at all3922.4
7) Not applicable2212.6
Missing3322 
TOTAL174100.0
178) During the past year, how often were you in contact with AT LEAST ONE of your brothers or sisters - either in person, by phone, or by mail? BY PHONE (FF043N2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often635.0
2) Every week or so32325.7
3) Every month or so25620.4
4) Several times a year25820.6
5) Once or twice a year14411.5
6) Not at all786.2
7) Not applicable13310.6
Missing2241 
TOTAL1255100.0
179) During the past year, how often were you in contact with AT LEAST ONE of your brothers or sisters - either in person, by phone, or by mail? BY MAIL (FF044N2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often80.7
2) Every week or so423.6
3) Every month or so12110.3
4) Several times a year24120.6
5) Once or twice a year29124.8
6) Not at all26622.7
7) Not applicable20317.3
Missing2324 
TOTAL1172100.0
180) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER) Your study son/daughter (FF053N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied415.4
2) Not too satisfied8210.8
3) Somewhat satisfied18223.9
4) Very satisfied31341.1
5) Extremely satisfied13617.8
6) Not applicable81.0
Missing2734 
TOTAL762100.0
181) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER) Your other children (FF054N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied253.3
2) Not too satisfied7610.1
3) Somewhat satisfied18825.0
4) Very satisfied29439.0
5) Extremely satisfied11915.8
6) Not applicable516.8
Missing2743 
TOTAL753100.0
182) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH MEMBER) Your 'study' grandchild (FF055N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied2210.5
2) Not too satisfied3014.3
3) Somewhat satisfied4822.9
4) Very satisfied7837.1
5) Extremely satisfied2813.3
6) Not applicable41.9
Missing3286 
TOTAL210100.0
183) [Contact satisfaction] Your other grandchildren (FF056N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied94.4
2) Not too satisfied3115.0
3) Somewhat satisfied5325.7
4) Very satisfied7837.9
5) Extremely satisfied3014.6
6) Not applicable52.4
Missing3290 
TOTAL206100.0
184) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER) Your brother(s)/sister(s) (FF063N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied816.2
2) Not too satisfied20816.0
3) Somewhat satisfied35827.6
4) Very satisfied38729.8
5) Extremely satisfied1158.9
6) Not applicable14811.4
Missing2199 
TOTAL1297100.0
185) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the AMOUNT OF CONTACT you have with the following people? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PERSON) Your other relatives (if any) (FF064N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied252.0
2) Not too satisfied665.3
3) Somewhat satisfied21317.2
4) Very satisfied44135.6
5) Extremely satisfied12810.3
6) Not applicable36529.5
Missing2258 
TOTAL1238100.0
186) Turning to friendship outside the family, how many CLOSE FRIENDS do you have within an hour's drive of you? And, how many do you have who live further away? (BY CLOSE FRIENDS we mean people who are important to you beyond the level of acquaintanceship.) Number of CLOSE FRIENDS within ONE HOUR: (CHECK ONE) (FF065N2)
TOTAL%
1) None1189.0
2) 1 or 231624.1
3) 3 to 542832.7
4) 6 to 1024518.7
5) More than 1020215.4
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
187) Turning to friendship outside the family, how many CLOSE FRIENDS do you have within an hour's drive of you? And, how many do you have who live further away? (BY CLOSE FRIENDS we mean people who are important to you beyond the level of acquaintanceship.) Number of CLOSE FRIENDS further away: (CHECK ONE) (FF065AN2)
TOTAL%
1) None18014.1
2) 1 or 238129.9
3) 3 to 535728.0
4) 6 to 1018014.1
5) More than 1017613.8
Missing2222 
TOTAL1274100.0
188) On average, during a typical week, how often are you in contact with AT LEAST ONE of your close friends-either in person, by phone, or by mail? (CHECK ONE) (FF067N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all18013.8
2) Once during a typical week43033.0
3) 2 to 3 times31524.2
4) 4 to 5 times19014.6
5) 6 to 10 times1128.6
6) More than 10 times during a typical week775.9
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
189) In general, how satisfied are you with the amount of contact you have with your CLOSE FRIENDS? Would you say you are: (CHECK ONE) (FF068N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied675.1
2) Not too satisfied15812.1
3) Somewhat satisfied45635.0
4) Very satisfied53240.8
5) Extremely satisfied917.0
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
190) Do you feel that you have enough CLOSE FRIENDS or do you need more? (CHECK ONE) (FF069N2)
TOTAL%
1) Have ENOUGH close friends87166.8
2) NEED MORE close friends43333.2
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
191) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Your health (FF070N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked78100.0
Missing3418 
TOTAL78100.0
192) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Your spouse's health (FF071N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked58100.0
Missing3438 
TOTAL58100.0
193) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Distance, the expense of traveling or phoning (FF072N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked595100.0
Missing2901 
TOTAL595100.0
194) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) You're too busy (FF073N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked538100.0
Missing2958 
TOTAL538100.0
195) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) They're too busy (FF074N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked385100.0
Missing3111 
TOTAL385100.0
196) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Family conflicts or disagreements (FF075N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked126100.0
Missing3370 
TOTAL126100.0
197) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Lack of interest (FF076N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked106100.0
Missing3390 
TOTAL106100.0
198) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Transportation difficulties (FF077N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked128100.0
Missing3368 
TOTAL128100.0
199) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Fear of crime (FF078N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked12100.0
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
200) If you feel like you DO NOT HAVE as much contact with either your family members or your close friends as you would like, is this primarily because of: (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Other (Specify:) (FF079N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked74100.0
Missing3422 
TOTAL74100.0
201) [Is the section completed? - Associational solidarity] (FF080N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2191.3
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]28.7
Missing3473 
TOTAL23100.0
202) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Spouse/partner (HS001N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked855100.0
Missing2641 
TOTAL855100.0
203) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Study son/daughter (HS002U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked131100.0
Missing3365 
TOTAL131100.0
204) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Other children (HS003U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked163100.0
Missing3333 
TOTAL163100.0
205) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Study grandchild (HS004N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked10100.0
Missing3486 
TOTAL10100.0
206) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS011N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked64100.0
Missing3432 
TOTAL64100.0
207) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Other relatives/in-laws (HS012N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked96100.0
Missing3400 
TOTAL96100.0
208) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Myself (HS013N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1084100.0
Missing2412 
TOTAL1084100.0
209) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Friends and/or neighbors (HS014N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked276100.0
Missing3220 
TOTAL276100.0
210) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Professionals (Clergy, Legal, Financial, Medical and Mental Health Specialists) (HS015N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked45100.0
Missing3451 
TOTAL45100.0
211) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Paid helpers or home companions (HS015AN2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked127100.0
Missing3369 
TOTAL127100.0
212) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Public agencies (HS017N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked13100.0
Missing3483 
TOTAL13100.0
213) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Spouse/partner (HS020N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked728100.0
Missing2768 
TOTAL728100.0
214) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Study son or daughter (HS021N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked156100.0
Missing3340 
TOTAL156100.0
215) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Other children (HS022N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked114100.0
Missing3382 
TOTAL114100.0
216) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Study grandchild (HS023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked14100.0
Missing3482 
TOTAL14100.0
217) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS030N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked136100.0
Missing3360 
TOTAL136100.0
218) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Other relatives/in-laws (HS031N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked118100.0
Missing3378 
TOTAL118100.0
219) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Myself (HS032U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked930100.0
Missing2566 
TOTAL930100.0
220) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Friends and/or neighbors (HS033U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked441100.0
Missing3055 
TOTAL441100.0
221) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Professionals (Clergy, Legal, Financial, Medical and Mental Health Specialists) (HS034N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked581100.0
Missing2915 
TOTAL581100.0
222) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Paid helpers or home companions (HS035N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked9100.0
Missing3487 
TOTAL9100.0
223) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) Public agencies (HS036N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked137100.0
Missing3359 
TOTAL137100.0
224) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) God (HS037N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked3100.0
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
225) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) N/A (HS038N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
226) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Spouse/partner (HS039N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked976100.0
Missing2520 
TOTAL976100.0
227) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Study son/daughter (HS040N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked452100.0
Missing3044 
TOTAL452100.0
228) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Other children (HS041N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked410100.0
Missing3086 
TOTAL410100.0
229) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Study grandchild (HS042N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked33100.0
Missing3463 
TOTAL33100.0
230) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS049N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked407100.0
Missing3089 
TOTAL407100.0
231) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Other relatives/in-laws (HS050N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked259100.0
Missing3237 
TOTAL259100.0
232) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Myself (HS051N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked446100.0
Missing3050 
TOTAL446100.0
233) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Friends and/or neighbors (HS052N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked779100.0
Missing2717 
TOTAL779100.0
234) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Professionals (Clergy, Legal, Financial, Medical and Mental Health Specialists) (HS053N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked146100.0
Missing3350 
TOTAL146100.0
235) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Paid helpers or home companions (HS054N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked6100.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
236) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Public agencies (HS055N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked11100.0
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
237) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) God (HS056N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked6100.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
238) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Spouse/partner (HS058N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked568100.0
Missing2928 
TOTAL568100.0
239) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Study son/daughter (HS059U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked32100.0
Missing3464 
TOTAL32100.0
240) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Other children (HS060U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked28100.0
Missing3468 
TOTAL28100.0
241) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Study grandchild (HS061N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
242) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS068N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked53100.0
Missing3443 
TOTAL53100.0
243) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Other relatives/in-laws (HS069N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked124100.0
Missing3372 
TOTAL124100.0
244) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Myself (HS070U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked821100.0
Missing2675 
TOTAL821100.0
245) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Friends and/or neighbors (HS071N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked72100.0
Missing3424 
TOTAL72100.0
246) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Professionals (Clergy, Legal, Financial, Medical and Mental Health Specialists) (HS072N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked210100.0
Missing3286 
TOTAL210100.0
247) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Paid helpers or home companions (HS073N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
248) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) Public agencies (HS074U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked62100.0
Missing3434 
TOTAL62100.0
249) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) God (HS075N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked3100.0
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
250) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) N/A (HS076N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked8100.0
Missing3488 
TOTAL8100.0
251) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Spouse/partner [NOTE: CAS5 and C2AS5 are related Time-1 questions.] (HS077N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked515100.0
Missing2981 
TOTAL515100.0
252) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Study son/daughter (HS078N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked353100.0
Missing3143 
TOTAL353100.0
253) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Other children (HS079N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked302100.0
Missing3194 
TOTAL302100.0
254) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Study grandchild (HS080N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked21100.0
Missing3475 
TOTAL21100.0
255) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS087N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked279100.0
Missing3217 
TOTAL279100.0
256) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Other relatives/in-laws (HS088N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked178100.0
Missing3318 
TOTAL178100.0
257) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Myself (HS089BN2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked550100.0
Missing2946 
TOTAL550100.0
258) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Friends and/or neighbors (HS090N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked461100.0
Missing3035 
TOTAL461100.0
259) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Professionals (Clergy, Legal, Financial, Medical and Mental Health Specialists) (HS091N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked251100.0
Missing3245 
TOTAL251100.0
260) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Paid helpers or home companions (HS091AN2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked4100.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
261) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Public agencies (HS093N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked19100.0
Missing3477 
TOTAL19100.0
262) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends, and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) God (HS094N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked4100.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
263) Thinking back over the types of help and support we've just discussed, in general, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of help and support YOU RECEIVE from others? (CHECK ONE) (HS096N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not applicable15612.0
2) Receiving LESS help than I want111085.5
3) Receiving ALL the help I want322.5
Missing2198 
TOTAL1298100.0
264) Sometimes people feel uncomfortable about accepting help and support from their family and friends. How often do you feel this way? (CHECK ONE) (HS097N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never33025.6
2) Rarely38029.5
3) Sometimes41732.4
4) Fairly often816.3
5) Very often816.3
Missing2207 
TOTAL1289100.0
265) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Spouse/partner (HS098N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked919100.0
Missing2577 
TOTAL919100.0
266) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Other children (HS100U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked154100.0
Missing3342 
TOTAL154100.0
267) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Study grandchild (HS101N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked3100.0
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
268) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS108N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked61100.0
Missing3435 
TOTAL61100.0
269) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Other relatives/in-laws (HS109N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked134100.0
Missing3362 
TOTAL134100.0
270) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Friends/neighbors (HS110N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked181100.0
Missing3315 
TOTAL181100.0
271) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - No one (HS111N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked179100.0
Missing3317 
TOTAL179100.0
272) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Spouse/partner (HS112N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked836100.0
Missing2660 
TOTAL836100.0
273) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Study son/daughter (HS113N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked371100.0
Missing3125 
TOTAL371100.0
274) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Other children (HS114N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked410100.0
Missing3086 
TOTAL410100.0
275) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Study grandchild (HS115N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked18100.0
Missing3478 
TOTAL18100.0
276) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS122N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked288100.0
Missing3208 
TOTAL288100.0
277) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Other relative/in-laws (HS123N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked231100.0
Missing3265 
TOTAL231100.0
278) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - Friends/neighbors (HS124N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked479100.0
Missing3017 
TOTAL479100.0
279) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice - No one (HS125N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked68100.0
Missing3428 
TOTAL68100.0
280) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Spouse/partner (HS126N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked910100.0
Missing2586 
TOTAL910100.0
281) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Study son/daughter (HS127N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked366100.0
Missing3130 
TOTAL366100.0
282) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Other children (HS128N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked377100.0
Missing3119 
TOTAL377100.0
283) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Study grandchild (HS129N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked20100.0
Missing3476 
TOTAL20100.0
284) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS136N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked337100.0
Missing3159 
TOTAL337100.0
285) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Other relatives/in-laws (HS137N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked271100.0
Missing3225 
TOTAL271100.0
286) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Friends/neighbors (HS138N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked493100.0
Missing3003 
TOTAL493100.0
287) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - No one (HS139N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked53100.0
Missing3443 
TOTAL53100.0
288) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Spouse/partner (HS140N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked560100.0
Missing2936 
TOTAL560100.0
289) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Study son/daughter (HS141U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked245100.0
Missing3251 
TOTAL245100.0
290) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Other children (HS142U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked326100.0
Missing3170 
TOTAL326100.0
291) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Study grandchild (HS143N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked18100.0
Missing3478 
TOTAL18100.0
292) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS150N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked119100.0
Missing3377 
TOTAL119100.0
293) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Other relatives/in-laws (HS151N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked112100.0
Missing3384 
TOTAL112100.0
294) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Friends/neighbors (HS152N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked105100.0
Missing3391 
TOTAL105100.0
295) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - No one (HS153N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked263100.0
Missing3233 
TOTAL263100.0
296) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Spouse/partner (HS154N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked902100.0
Missing2594 
TOTAL902100.0
297) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Study son/daughter (HS155N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked342100.0
Missing3154 
TOTAL342100.0
298) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Other children (HS156N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked351100.0
Missing3145 
TOTAL351100.0
299) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Study grandchild (HS157N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked12100.0
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
300) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS164N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked313100.0
Missing3183 
TOTAL313100.0
301) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Other relatives/in-laws (HS165N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked205100.0
Missing3291 
TOTAL205100.0
302) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - Friends/neighbors (HS166N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked287100.0
Missing3209 
TOTAL287100.0
303) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters - No one (HS167RN2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked79100.0
Missing3417 
TOTAL79100.0
304) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Your spouse/partner (HS168N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never24332.4
2) Rarely15620.8
3) Sometimes11515.4
4) Fairly often293.9
5) Very often273.6
6) Not applicable17923.9
Missing2747 
TOTAL749100.0
305) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Study son/daughter (HS169N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never36750.1
2) Rarely21429.2
3) Sometimes10113.8
4) Fairly often202.7
5) Very often141.9
6) Not applicable172.3
Missing2763 
TOTAL733100.0
306) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Other children (HS170N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never27337.4
2) Rarely19526.7
3) Sometimes14720.1
4) Fairly often395.3
5) Very often243.3
6) Not applicable527.1
Missing2766 
TOTAL730100.0
307) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Study grandchild (HS171N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never12567.2
2) Rarely3518.8
3) Sometimes115.9
4) Fairly often31.6
5) Very often21.1
6) Not applicable105.4
Missing3310 
TOTAL186100.0
308) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Brother(s)/sister(s) (HS178N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never61550.9
2) Rarely26021.5
3) Sometimes1179.7
4) Fairly often191.6
5) Very often171.4
6) Not applicable18014.9
Missing2288 
TOTAL1208100.0
309) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Other relatives/in-laws (HS179N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never62953.2
2) Rarely22719.2
3) Sometimes14111.9
4) Fairly often312.6
5) Very often171.4
6) Not applicable13811.7
Missing2313 
TOTAL1183100.0
310) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Friends/neighbors/workmates (HS180N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never57647.4
2) Rarely33427.5
3) Sometimes19015.7
4) Fairly often373.0
5) Very often90.7
6) Not applicable685.6
Missing2282 
TOTAL1214100.0
311) [Is the section completed? - Help and support (HS181N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2589.3
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]310.7
Missing3468 
TOTAL28100.0
312) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) This country would be better off if religion had a greater influence in daily life. Your opinion (OP001U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree45534.8
2) Somewhat agree46735.8
3) Somewhat disagree18314.0
4) Strongly disagree20115.4
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
313) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) This country would be better off if religion had a great influence in daily life. Spouse's opinion (OP002N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree30030.1
2) Somewhat agree36336.4
3) Somewhat disagree19219.2
4) Strongly disagree14314.3
Missing2498 
TOTAL998100.0
314) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) This country would be better off if religion had a greater influence in daily life. Study child's opinion (OP003N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18525.8
2) Somewhat agree29841.5
3) Somewhat disagree13719.1
4) Strongly disagree9813.6
Missing2778 
TOTAL718100.0
315) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Some equality in marriage is a good thing, but by and large the husband ought to have the main say in family matters. Your opinion (OP004U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17413.3
2) Somewhat agree36527.9
3) Somewhat disagree28922.1
4) Strongly disagree48036.7
Missing2188 
TOTAL1308100.0
316) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Some equality in marriage is a good thing, but by and large the husband ought to have the main say in family matters. Spouse's opinion (OP005N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16816.7
2) Somewhat agree31531.3
3) Somewhat disagree25825.7
4) Strongly disagree26426.3
Missing2491 
TOTAL1005100.0
317) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Some equality in marriage is a good thing, but by and large the husband ought to have the main say in family matters. Study child's opinion (OP006N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree9212.8
2) Somewhat agree26136.4
3) Somewhat disagree16823.4
4) Strongly disagree19727.4
Missing2778 
TOTAL718100.0
318) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Every child should have religious instruction. Your opinion (OP007U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree68152.0
2) Somewhat agree45234.5
3) Somewhat disagree1007.6
4) Strongly disagree765.8
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
319) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Every child should have religious instruction. Spouse's opinion (OP008N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree48047.8
2) Somewhat agree36636.5
3) Somewhat disagree949.4
4) Strongly disagree646.4
Missing2492 
TOTAL1004100.0
320) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Every child should have religious instruction. Study child's opinion (OP009N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28139.0
2) Somewhat agree28038.9
3) Somewhat disagree12016.7
4) Strongly disagree395.4
Missing2776 
TOTAL720100.0
321) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It goes against nature to place women in positions of authority over men. Your opinion (OP010U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1058.0
2) Somewhat agree21416.4
3) Somewhat disagree30123.0
4) Strongly disagree68652.5
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
322) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It goes against nature to place women in positions of authority over men. Spouse's opinion (OP011N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree10810.8
2) Somewhat agree20920.9
3) Somewhat disagree30730.8
4) Strongly disagree37437.5
Missing2498 
TOTAL998100.0
323) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It goes against nature to place women in positions of authority over men. Study child's opinion (OP012N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree517.2
2) Somewhat agree15321.6
3) Somewhat disagree20428.8
4) Strongly disagree30042.4
Missing2788 
TOTAL708100.0
324) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It is man's duty to work; it is sinful to be idle. Your opinion (OP013U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree43233.2
2) Somewhat agree39330.2
3) Somewhat disagree27921.5
4) Strongly disagree19615.1
Missing2196 
TOTAL1300100.0
325) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It is man's duty to work; it is sinful to be idle. Spouse's opinion (OP014N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree34334.6
2) Somewhat agree29730.0
3) Somewhat disagree20420.6
4) Strongly disagree14714.8
Missing2505 
TOTAL991100.0
326) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) It is man's duty to work; it is sinful to be idle. Study child's opinion (OP015N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23833.8
2) Somewhat agree21830.9
3) Somewhat disagree15922.6
4) Strongly disagree9012.8
Missing2791 
TOTAL705100.0
327) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) God exists in the form in which The Bible describes Him. Your opinion (OP016U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree48438.0
2) Somewhat agree33626.4
3) Somewhat disagree18614.6
4) Strongly disagree26721.0
Missing2223 
TOTAL1273100.0
328) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) God exists in the form in which The Bible describes Him. Spouse's opinion (OP017N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree39640.7
2) Somewhat agree28529.3
3) Somewhat disagree14314.7
4) Strongly disagree15015.4
Missing2522 
TOTAL974100.0
329) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) God exists in the form in which The Bible describes Him. Study child's opinion (OP018N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26838.5
2) Somewhat agree20329.1
3) Somewhat disagree12117.4
4) Strongly disagree10515.1
Missing2799 
TOTAL697100.0
330) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Most people on welfare are lazy; they just won't do a good day's work and so cannot get hired. Your opinion (OP019U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16712.8
2) Somewhat agree44333.9
3) Somewhat disagree41631.9
4) Strongly disagree28021.4
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
331) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Most people on welfare are lazy; they just won't do a good day's work and so cannot get hired. Spouse's opinion (OP020N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17517.5
2) Somewhat agree37637.6
3) Somewhat disagree28928.9
4) Strongly disagree15915.9
Missing2497 
TOTAL999100.0
332) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Most people on welfare are lazy; they just won't do a good day's work and so cannot get hired. Study child's opinion (OP021N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree8712.3
2) Somewhat agree24534.6
3) Somewhat disagree24534.6
4) Strongly disagree13218.6
Missing2787 
TOTAL709100.0
333) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The most important task facing our society today is to maintain law and order. Your opinion (OP022U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree38329.3
2) Somewhat agree50939.0
3) Somewhat disagree27621.1
4) Strongly disagree13810.6
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
334) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The most important task facing our society today is to maintain law and order. Spouse's opinion (OP023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree30330.3
2) Somewhat agree39139.1
3) Somewhat disagree21921.9
4) Strongly disagree868.6
Missing2497 
TOTAL999100.0
335) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The most important task facing our society today is to maintain law and order. Study child's opinion (OP024N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26537.1
2) Somewhat agree27238.1
3) Somewhat disagree11616.2
4) Strongly disagree618.5
Missing2782 
TOTAL714100.0
336) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The United States should be ready to answer any challenge to its power, anywhere in the world. Your opinion (OP025U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49938.5
2) Somewhat agree40431.2
3) Somewhat disagree24118.6
4) Strongly disagree15111.7
Missing2201 
TOTAL1295100.0
337) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The United States should be ready to answer any challenge to its power, anywhere in the world. Spouse's opinion (OP026N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree37437.6
2) Somewhat agree34134.2
3) Somewhat disagree17617.7
4) Strongly disagree10510.5
Missing2500 
TOTAL996100.0
338) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) The United States should be ready to answer any challenge to its power, anywhere in the world. Study child's opinion (OP027N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23133.1
2) Somewhat agree23834.1
3) Somewhat disagree14220.3
4) Strongly disagree8712.5
Missing2798 
TOTAL698100.0
339) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) A person should talk over important life decisions (such as marriage, employment, and residence) with family members before taking action. Your opinion (OP028U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree54341.7
2) Somewhat agree53040.7
3) Somewhat disagree17313.3
4) Strongly disagree574.4
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
340) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) A person should talk over important life decisions (such as marriage, employment, and residence) with family members before taking action. Spouse's opinion (OP029N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44344.1
2) Somewhat agree39138.9
3) Somewhat disagree12612.5
4) Strongly disagree444.4
Missing2492 
TOTAL1004100.0
341) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) A person should talk over important life decisions (such as marriage, employment, and residence) with family members before taking action. Study child's opinion (OP030N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26537.2
2) Somewhat agree29441.3
3) Somewhat disagree11816.6
4) Strongly disagree354.9
Missing2784 
TOTAL712100.0
342) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) If a person finds that the life-style he/she has chosen runs so against his/her family's values that conflict develops, he/she should change. Your opinion (OP031U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17413.5
2) Somewhat agree38229.7
3) Somewhat disagree44834.8
4) Strongly disagree28322.0
Missing2209 
TOTAL1287100.0
343) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) If a person finds that the life-style he/she has chosen runs so against his/her family's values that conflict develops, he/she should change. Spouse's opinion (OP032N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16516.6
2) Somewhat agree33734.0
3) Somewhat disagree32332.6
4) Strongly disagree16616.8
Missing2505 
TOTAL991100.0
344) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) If a person finds that the life-style he/she has chosen runs so against his/her family's values that conflict develops, he/she should change. Study child's opinion (OP033N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree9613.7
2) Somewhat agree20028.6
3) Somewhat disagree22832.6
4) Strongly disagree17625.1
Missing2796 
TOTAL700100.0
345) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Parents have a responsibility to leave an inheritance (either in the form of a life insurance policy, financial assets, or real estate) to their children, if at all possible. Your opinion (OP034N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree22817.5
2) Somewhat agree29923.0
3) Somewhat disagree32825.2
4) Strongly disagree44634.3
Missing2195 
TOTAL1301100.0
346) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Parents have a responsibility to leave an inheritance (either in the form of a life insurance policy, financial assets, or real estate) to their children, if at all possible. Spouse's opinion (OP035N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree17717.7
2) Somewhat agree26726.6
3) Somewhat disagree25625.5
4) Strongly disagree30230.1
Missing2494 
TOTAL1002100.0
347) If you participated in our 1972 survey, you might remember that we asked your opinion on some social and family issues which were being discussed in the United States at the time. We'd now like to know how you feel about these same issues AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE. Please indicate how much YOU AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement by checking the box that best describes where you stand on these issues. YOU, YOUR SPOUSE, AND YOUR STUDY SON OR DAUGHTER: In addition to your opinion, we'd also like you to respond as you think your spouse and your 'study' son/daughter would. Please do not ask you family members for their opinion, but answer according to how you think they would answer. (IF YOU ARE NOT CURRENTLY MARRIED, omit spouse's opinion from your answers.) Parents have a responsibility to leave an inheritance (either in the form of a life insurance policy, financial assets, or real estate) to their children, if at all possible. Study child's opinion (OP036N2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree13619.5
2) Somewhat agree20429.3
3) Somewhat disagree19728.3
4) Strongly disagree16023.0
Missing2799 
TOTAL697100.0
348) [Is the section completed?] (OP157N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]3685.7
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]614.3
Missing3454 
TOTAL42100.0
349) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To provide COMPANIONSHIP or spend time with elderly parents who are in need? (GE001N2)
TOTAL%
1) None120.9
2) Minor675.1
3) Moderate67751.7
4) Major51539.3
5) Total382.9
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
350) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES and REPAIRS or to provide TRANSPORTATION for elderly parents who are in need? (GE002N2)
TOTAL%
1) None131.0
2) Minor846.4
3) Moderate51739.5
4) Major61246.7
5) Total846.4
Missing2186 
TOTAL1310100.0
351) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To LISTEN to the problems and concerns of elderly parents and to provide ADVICE AND GUIDANCE? (GE003N2)
TOTAL%
1) None141.1
2) Minor675.1
3) Moderate46635.6
4) Major63148.2
5) Total13110.0
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
352) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To provide for the PERSONAL and HEALTH CARE needs of elderly parents (for example, bathing, grooming, medication, etc.)? (GE004N2)
TOTAL%
1) None564.3
2) Minor20215.5
3) Moderate47836.6
4) Major47636.4
5) Total947.2
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
353) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To provide FINANCIAL SUPPORT and/or assist in the financial and legal affairs of elderly parents who are in need? (GE005N2)
TOTAL%
1) None503.8
2) Minor1168.9
3) Moderate44434.0
4) Major56343.1
5) Total13310.2
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
354) Regardless of the sacrifices involved, how much responsibility should adult children with families of their own have: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY LISTED BELOW.) How much responsibility? To provide HOUSING for elderly parents who are in need? (GE006N2)
TOTAL%
1) None695.3
2) Minor1058.1
3) Moderate40631.2
4) Major54641.9
5) Total17713.6
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
355) On a scale of '1' to '6', how much of a 'gap' do you think there is these days among three generations within your own family? (FOR EACH GENERATION, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) You and your children (GE007U2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever17122.7
2) Not specified32443.0
3) Not specified17122.7
4) Not specified577.6
5) Not specified192.5
6) Very wide gap111.5
Missing2743 
TOTAL753100.0
356) On a scale of '1' to '6', how much of a 'gap' do you think there is these days among three generations within your own family? (FOR EACH GENERATION, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) You and your grandchildren (GE008U2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever4321.1
2) Not specified4220.6
3) Not specified6029.4
4) Not specified3818.6
5) Not specified83.9
6) Very wide gap136.4
Missing3292 
TOTAL204100.0
357) On a scale of '1' to '6', how much of a 'gap' do you think there is these days among three generations within your own family? (FOR EACH GENERATION, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) Your children and grandchildren (GE009U2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever5728.9
2) Not specified5527.9
3) Not specified4522.8
4) Not specified199.6
5) Not specified94.6
6) Very wide gap126.1
Missing3299 
TOTAL197100.0
358) Using the same scale as above [on a scale of '1' to '6'], how much of a 'gap' do you think there is at this point in time-between the following age groups in the United States as a whole? (FOR EACH AGE GROUP, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELING.) Youth and the middle generation (GE014R2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever221.7
2) Not specified22217.3
3) Not specified57444.6
4) Not specified32525.3
5) Not specified987.6
6) Very wide gap453.5
Missing2210 
TOTAL1286100.0
359) Using the same scale as above [on a scale of '1' to '6'], how much of a 'gap' do you think there is at this point in time-between the following age groups in the United States as a whole? (FOR EACH AGE GROUP, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELING.) Youth and the elder generation (GE015R2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever80.6
2) Not specified836.5
3) Not specified22317.4
4) Not specified33926.4
5) Not specified41032.0
6) Very wide gap21917.1
Missing2214 
TOTAL1282100.0
360) Using the same scale as above [on a scale of '1' to '6'], how much of a 'gap' do you think there is at this point in time-between the following age groups in the United States as a whole? (FOR EACH AGE GROUP, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELING.) Middle and elder generations (GE016R2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever312.4
2) Not specified40932.0
3) Not specified44134.5
4) Not specified27221.3
5) Not specified1038.0
6) Very wide gap241.9
Missing2216 
TOTAL1280100.0
361) In what other ways is the 'generation gap' evident in your own family at this point in time? That is, what are the current sources of tension or conflict among you, your children, and grandchildren? (PLEASE EXPLAIN) (GE018U2)
TOTAL%
1) Comments823100.0
Missing2673 
TOTAL823100.0
362) [Is this section completed? - Values, attitudes, opinions, and role importance] (GE019N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2488.9
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]311.1
Missing3469 
TOTAL27100.0
363) In addition to the time you spend with your family and friends, we're also interested in your community and recreational activities. Do you currently belong to any CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS? For example: Church or religious organizations, social or hobby clubs, fraternal or service organizations, labor unions or professional organizations, political action groups, or senior citizen groups. (CHECK ONE BOX) NUMBER OF CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS TO WHICH YOU BELONG (LT001N2)
TOTAL%
1) None44234.1
2) One27521.2
3) 2-344934.6
4) 4-5977.5
5) More than 5352.7
Missing2198 
TOTAL1298100.0
364) On a scale from 'very liberal' to 'very conservative,' how would you rate your political views or opinions? (PV002U2)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal765.9
2) Somewhat liberal23217.9
3) Moderate56543.7
4) Somewhat conservative34226.4
5) Very conservative796.1
Missing2202 
TOTAL1294100.0
365) [Is the section completed?] [Community Life and Leisure - Time Activities] (LT020N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]1178.6
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]321.4
Missing3482 
TOTAL14100.0
366) Compared to people your own age, how would you rate your overall physical health at the present time? (CHECK ONE) (HF001N2)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent45634.6
2) Good65649.8
3) Fair17113.0
4) Poor342.6
Missing2179 
TOTAL1317100.0
367) Do you have any chronic illnesses or disabilities; that is, something you have to live with all the time- such as diabetes, heart trouble, arthritis, severe vision impairments, cancer, etc.? (PLEASE DECSRIBE BELOW) YOU: (HF001AN2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes55141.7
2) No77058.3
Missing2175 
TOTAL1321100.0
368) And what about your SPOUSE (if applicable)? Does he/she have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW.) (HF001FN2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40233.3
2) No61951.3
3) Not applicable18515.3
Missing2290 
TOTAL1206100.0
369) Comparing your health now to what it was five years ago, would you say that in general it has: (CHECK ONE) (HF012N2)
TOTAL%
1) Improved20115.2
2) Stayed about the same74456.4
3) Declined somewhat32024.2
4) Declined very much554.2
Missing2176 
TOTAL1320100.0
370) During the past year were you and/or your spouse (if applicable) in a hospital, nursing home or convalescent home? YOU (HF014N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18814.4
2) No111885.6
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
371) During the past year were you and/or your spouse (if applicable) in a hospital, nursing home or convalescent home? SPOUSE (HF016N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15914.7
2) No85979.2
3) Not applicable (Deceased)666.1
Missing2412 
TOTAL1084100.0
372) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? YOU (HF018N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1007.7
2) No120592.3
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
373) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? SPOUSE (HF021N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes837.7
2) No92786.0
3) Not applicable (Deceased)686.3
Missing2418 
TOTAL1078100.0
374) In general, would you say that your memory for day-to-day things is better than ever, as good as ever, or is worse now than it was a few years ago? (CHECK ONE) (HF028N2)
TOTAL%
1) BETTER than ever222.9
2) As GOOD as ever41855.0
3) Somewhat WORSE30039.5
4) Much WORSE202.6
Missing2736 
TOTAL760100.0
375) Do you and/or your spouse (if applicable) have a memory-related problem or disease such as senile dementia or Alzheimer's disease? If YES, please describe this condition. YOU (HF029N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes182.4
2) No73397.6
Missing2745 
TOTAL751100.0
376) Do you and/or your spouse (if applicable) have a memory-related problem or disease such as senile dementia or Alzheimer's disease? If YES, please describe this condition. SPOUSE (HF032N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes243.6
2) No58888.3
3) Not applicable548.1
Missing2830 
TOTAL666100.0
377) Do you feel that at any time during the past five years you and/or you spouse have had a problem with alcohol? If SO, to what degree? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOURSELF, AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE.) Problem with alcohol in the past five years: YOU (HF035N2)
TOTAL%
1) None113086.2
2) Minor1148.7
3) Moderate534.0
4) Major141.1
Missing2185 
TOTAL1311100.0
378) Do you feel that at any time during the past five years you and/or you spouse have had a problem with alcohol? If SO, to what degree? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOURSELF, AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE.) Problem with alcohol in the past five years: YOUR SPOUSE (HF036N2)
TOTAL%
1) None87084.1
2) Minor848.1
3) Moderate494.7
4) Major323.1
Missing2461 
TOTAL1035100.0
379) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can walk up and down stairs? - YOU (HF066N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty14165.6
2) Yes, but with difficulty6228.8
3) Yes, but needs assistance83.7
4) No, unable to do at all41.9
Missing3281 
TOTAL215100.0
380) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can walk up and down stairs? - SPOUSE (HF067N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty8463.2
2) Yes, but with difficulty3526.3
3) Yes, but needs assistance43.0
4) No, unable to do at all107.5
Missing3363 
TOTAL133100.0
381) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can walk more than one block? - YOU (HF068N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty17080.6
2) Yes, but with difficulty2913.7
3) Yes, but needs assistance52.4
4) No, unable to do at all73.3
Missing3285 
TOTAL211100.0
382) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can walk more than one block? - SPOUSE (HF069N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty9674.4
2) Yes, but with difficulty2015.5
3) Yes, but needs assistance10.8
4) No, unable to do at all129.3
Missing3367 
TOTAL129100.0
383) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can prepare meals? - YOU (HF070N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty18384.7
2) Yes, but with difficulty156.9
3) Yes, but needs assistance83.7
4) No, unable to do at all104.6
Missing3280 
TOTAL216100.0
384) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can prepare meals? - SPOUSE (HF071N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty10581.4
2) Yes, but with difficulty86.2
3) Yes, but needs assistance32.3
4) No, unable to do at all1310.1
Missing3367 
TOTAL129100.0
385) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can do household chores? - YOU (HF072N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty17883.2
2) Yes, but with difficulty219.8
3) Yes, but needs assistance62.8
4) No, unable to do at all94.2
Missing3282 
TOTAL214100.0
386) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can do household chores? - SPOUSE (HF073N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty10580.2
2) Yes, but with difficulty1410.7
4) No, unable to do at all129.2
Missing3365 
TOTAL131100.0
387) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can take care of own personal hygiene needs, such as bathing and cutting toenails? - YOU (HF074N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty19289.7
2) Yes, but with difficulty115.1
3) Yes, but needs assistance41.9
4) No, unable to do at all73.3
Missing3282 
TOTAL214100.0
388) Now we would like to know how much difficulty you and/or your spouse have in performing the activities of daily living listed below. (FOR EACH QUESTION, CHECK ONE BOX FOR YOU AND ONE FOR YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). Can take care of own personal hygiene needs, such as bathing and cutting toenails? - SPOUSE (HF075N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, no difficulty10680.3
2) Yes, but with difficulty118.3
3) Yes, but needs assistance75.3
4) No, unable to do at all86.1
Missing3364 
TOTAL132100.0
389) Do you and/or your spouse receive help from family, friends, and/or paid professionals in performing any of the activities of daily living listed above? (HF076N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4018.6
2) No17581.4
Missing3281 
TOTAL215100.0
390) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I was bothered by things that don't usually bother me. (HF037N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time88067.3
2) Some of the time22917.5
3) Occasionally16512.6
4) Most of the time332.5
Missing2189 
TOTAL1307100.0
391) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor. (HF038N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time101777.6
2) Some of the time17213.1
3) Occasionally947.2
4) Most of the time272.1
Missing2186 
TOTAL1310100.0
392) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt that I could not shake the blues even with help from my family or friends. (HF039N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time95673.4
2) Some of the time18514.2
3) Occasionally1279.8
4) Most of the time342.6
Missing2194 
TOTAL1302100.0
393) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt that I was just as good as other people. (HF040N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time14411.2
2) Some of the time876.7
3) Occasionally1027.9
4) Most of the time95874.2
Missing2205 
TOTAL1291100.0
394) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing. (HF041N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time71354.6
2) Some of the time29322.4
3) Occasionally26920.6
4) Most of the time312.4
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
395) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt depressed. (HF042N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time72655.5
2) Some of the time33425.5
3) Occasionally20815.9
4) Most of the time413.1
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
396) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt that everything I did was an effort. (HF043N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time72955.9
2) Some of the time35827.5
3) Occasionally16512.7
4) Most of the time524.0
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
397) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt hopeful about the future. (HF044N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time1158.9
2) Some of the time18914.6
3) Occasionally19314.9
4) Most of the time79861.6
Missing2201 
TOTAL1295100.0
398) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I thought my life had been a failure. (HF045N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time105781.1
2) Some of the time15712.0
3) Occasionally705.4
4) Most of the time191.5
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
399) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt fearful. (HF046N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time95673.3
2) Some of the time22417.2
3) Occasionally1027.8
4) Most of the time231.8
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
400) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: My sleep was restless. (HF047N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time59945.8
2) Some of the time42332.3
3) Occasionally20115.4
4) Most of the time856.5
Missing2188 
TOTAL1308100.0
401) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I was happy. (HF048N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time786.0
2) Some of the time15612.0
3) Occasionally20715.9
4) Most of the time85966.1
Missing2196 
TOTAL1300100.0
402) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I talked less than usual. (HF049N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time72355.7
2) Some of the time33525.8
3) Occasionally20715.9
4) Most of the time342.6
Missing2197 
TOTAL1299100.0
403) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt lonely. (HF050N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time79861.1
2) Some of the time28521.8
3) Occasionally16412.6
4) Most of the time584.4
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
404) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: People were unfriendly. (HF051N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time103479.2
2) Some of the time18213.9
3) Occasionally816.2
4) Most of the time80.6
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
405) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I enjoyed life. (HF052N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time796.1
2) Some of the time13810.6
3) Occasionally14911.4
4) Most of the time93972.0
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
406) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I had crying spells. (HF053N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time110785.0
2) Some of the time1027.8
3) Occasionally765.8
4) Most of the time171.3
Missing2194 
TOTAL1302100.0
407) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt sad. (HF054N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time74957.6
2) Some of the time36327.9
3) Occasionally15511.9
4) Most of the time342.6
Missing2195 
TOTAL1301100.0
408) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I felt that people disliked me. (HF055N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time108783.4
2) Some of the time14311.0
3) Occasionally665.1
4) Most of the time70.5
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
409) Below is a list of the ways you may have felt or behaved recently. For each statement, CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW OFTEN YOU HAVE FELT THIS WAY DURING THE PAST WEEK. DURING THE PAST WEEK: I could not get 'going.' (HF056N2)
TOTAL%
1) Rarely or none of the time63849.0
2) Some of the time44634.3
3) Occasionally18714.4
4) Most of the time312.4
Missing2194 
TOTAL1302100.0
410) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Felt nervous or shaky inside? (HF057N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all81062.0
2) A little bit34426.3
3) Moderately927.0
4) Quite a bit463.5
5) Extremely151.1
Missing2189 
TOTAL1307100.0
411) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Felt faint or dizzy? (HF058N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all108683.1
2) A little bit16512.6
3) Moderately393.0
4) Quite a bit161.2
5) Extremely10.1
Missing2189 
TOTAL1307100.0
412) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Had trouble getting your breath? (HF059N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all110084.2
2) A little bit14911.4
3) Moderately302.3
4) Quite a bit231.8
5) Extremely40.3
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
413) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Felt easily annoyed or irritated? (HF060N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all51439.3
2) A little bit55542.4
3) Moderately15611.9
4) Quite a bit644.9
5) Extremely191.5
Missing2188 
TOTAL1308100.0
414) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Felt fearful or afraid? (HF061N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all96674.3
2) A little bit25019.2
3) Moderately524.0
4) Quite a bit262.0
5) Extremely70.5
Missing2195 
TOTAL1301100.0
415) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Had to check and double check what you did? (HF062N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all76458.6
2) A little bit39029.9
3) Moderately1017.7
4) Quite a bit372.8
5) Extremely120.9
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
416) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Had hot and cold spells? (HF063N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all108082.9
2) A little bit13510.4
3) Moderately483.7
4) Quite a bit312.4
5) Extremely90.7
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
417) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Had your mind go blank? (HF064N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all89168.3
2) A little bit33525.7
3) Moderately513.9
4) Quite a bit241.8
5) Extremely30.2
Missing2192 
TOTAL1304100.0
418) Again, thinking about the past seven days, how much discomfort have the following problems or complaints caused you? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT). DURING THE PAST SEVEN DAYS: Felt tense or keyed up? (HF065N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all52740.3
2) A little bit49938.1
3) Moderately16812.8
4) Quite a bit886.7
5) Extremely272.1
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
419) Would you say that you feel older or younger than most people your same age? (CHECK THE ANSWER THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) (HF013N2)
TOTAL%
1) Much YOUNGER25919.8
2) Somewhat YOUNGER60546.2
3) About the same35827.3
4) Somewhat OLDER735.6
5) Much OLDER141.1
Missing2187 
TOTAL1309100.0
420) Taking everything into consideration, how would you say things are for you these days? Do you feel: (CHECK ONE) (HF081R2)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy41431.7
2) Pretty happy76558.5
3) Not too happy1299.9
Missing2188 
TOTAL1308100.0
421) Are there any other aspects of your health and physical well-being you think we should know about? If so, what are they? And, what about your spouse, if applicable? (HF083N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]278100.0
Missing3218 
TOTAL278100.0
422) [Is the section completed? - Family health and fitness] (HF084N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2993.5
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]26.5
Missing3465 
TOTAL31100.0
423) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? (CHECK ONE) (CG001N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14111.0
2) No114389.0
Missing2212 
TOTAL1284100.0
424) Overall, how burdened do you feel in caring for your spouse or relatives? (CG023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not burdened at all5834.9
2) A little burdened5533.1
3) Moderately burdened2615.7
4) Quite burdened1810.8
5) Extremely burdened95.4
Missing3330 
TOTAL166100.0
425) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? (CHECK ONE) (CG024N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38430.0
2) No89770.0
Missing2215 
TOTAL1281100.0
426) [Is the section completed?] (CG049N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2689.7
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]310.3
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
427) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. An exciting life (novelty, adventure) (AV010U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important423.2
2) Second most important393.0
3) Third most important634.9
4) Fourth most important947.2
5) Fifth most important1148.8
6) Sixth most important18113.9
7) Seventh most important15511.9
8) Eighth most important18714.4
9) Least important42332.6
Missing2198 
TOTAL1298100.0
428) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Equality (working for social justice for all) (AV011U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important534.1
2) Second most important403.1
3) Third most important513.9
4) Fourth most important816.2
5) Fifth most important1299.9
6) Sixth most important19715.1
7) Seventh most important29522.7
8) Eighth most important30123.1
9) Least important15411.8
Missing2195 
TOTAL1301100.0
429) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. A sense of accomplishment (achievement) (AV012U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important28121.6
2) Second most important18214.0
3) Third most important24218.6
4) Fourth most important21416.4
5) Fifth most important18113.9
6) Sixth most important1148.8
7) Seventh most important524.0
8) Eighth most important241.8
9) Least important120.9
Missing2194 
TOTAL1302100.0
430) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Financial comfort (enough to have the things you really want in life) (AV013U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important15011.5
2) Second most important24218.6
3) Third most important20415.7
4) Fourth most important19414.9
5) Fifth most important15712.0
6) Sixth most important1299.9
7) Seventh most important1088.3
8) Eighth most important896.8
9) Least important302.3
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
431) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Respect or recognition from other people (AV014U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important403.1
2) Second most important886.8
3) Third most important14110.8
4) Fourth most important17813.7
5) Fifth most important28321.7
6) Sixth most important22417.2
7) Seventh most important16012.3
8) Eighth most important13610.4
9) Least important534.1
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
432) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Religious participation (working with others in your own church or organization) (AV015U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important755.8
2) Second most important886.8
3) Third most important876.7
4) Fourth most important695.3
5) Fifth most important675.2
6) Sixth most important745.7
7) Seventh most important1209.3
8) Eighth most important19615.1
9) Least important52040.1
Missing2200 
TOTAL1296100.0
433) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Service (devotion to bettering mankind) (AV016U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important403.1
2) Second most important524.0
3) Third most important947.2
4) Fourth most important13510.4
5) Fifth most important14311.0
6) Sixth most important18414.2
7) Seventh most important28922.2
8) Eighth most important28221.7
9) Least important806.2
Missing2197 
TOTAL1299100.0
434) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Friendship (meaningful relations with others who really care). (AV017U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important1118.5
2) Second most important34926.7
3) Third most important26920.6
4) Fourth most important22217.0
5) Fifth most important14311.0
6) Sixth most important1048.0
7) Seventh most important655.0
8) Eighth most important332.5
9) Least important90.7
Missing2191 
TOTAL1305100.0
435) Here are some things people might find important in their lives. Some of these will be more important to you than others. First, read through the list of nine items. Then tell us the order in which you would rank them. Write '1' to the right of the thing that is MOST IMPORTANT to you. Write '2' next to the SECOND most important thing, '3' next to the THIRD, and so on. Family life (working for the well-being of family members) (AV018N2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important65850.4
2) Second most important23217.8
3) Third most important14310.9
4) Fourth most important896.8
5) Fifth most important745.7
6) Sixth most important453.4
7) Seventh most important251.9
8) Eighth most important221.7
9) Least important181.4
Missing2190 
TOTAL1306100.0
436) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. An attractive appearance (knowing others admire the way you look) (AV019U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important362.8
2) Second most important483.7
3) Third most important755.8
4) Fourth most important886.8
5) Fifth most important1007.7
6) Sixth most important13510.4
7) Seventh most important18514.3
8) Eighth most important23818.4
9) Least important39130.2
Missing2200 
TOTAL1296100.0
437) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. A world at peace (working for peace on Earth) (AV020U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important19615.1
2) Second most important16212.5
3) Third most important14110.9
4) Fourth most important1138.7
5) Fifth most important1118.5
6) Sixth most important1299.9
7) Seventh most important15812.2
8) Eighth most important16112.4
9) Least important1289.9
Missing2197 
TOTAL1299100.0
438) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Loyalty to your own (family and loved ones, church or group) (AV021U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important58044.6
2) Second most important24418.8
3) Third most important16412.6
4) Fourth most important906.9
5) Fifth most important685.2
6) Sixth most important685.2
7) Seventh most important453.5
8) Eighth most important221.7
9) Least important181.4
Missing2197 
TOTAL1299100.0
439) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. An ethical life (responsible living toward all mankind) (AV022U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important20415.7
2) Second most important23217.9
3) Third most important18814.5
4) Fourth most important14110.9
5) Fifth most important1269.7
6) Sixth most important1037.9
7) Seventh most important1299.9
8) Eighth most important1078.2
9) Least important675.2
Missing2199 
TOTAL1297100.0
440) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Possessions (enough things so you can do what you really enjoy doing) (AV023U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important352.7
2) Second most important735.6
3) Third most important937.2
4) Fourth most important1148.8
5) Fifth most important18013.9
6) Sixth most important19314.9
7) Seventh most important19615.1
8) Eighth most important26020.0
9) Least important15311.8
Missing2199 
TOTAL1297100.0
441) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Patriotism (working for our country) (AV024U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important342.6
2) Second most important453.5
3) Third most important775.9
4) Fourth most important14511.2
5) Fifth most important1229.4
6) Sixth most important16012.3
7) Seventh most important21816.8
8) Eighth most important23318.0
9) Least important26220.2
Missing2200 
TOTAL1296100.0
442) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Personal freedom (independence, free choice, autonomy) (AV025U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important24819.1
2) Second most important24418.8
3) Third most important21516.6
4) Fourth most important21316.4
5) Fifth most important14711.3
6) Sixth most important1048.0
7) Seventh most important614.7
8) Eighth most important393.0
9) Least important282.2
Missing2197 
TOTAL1299100.0
443) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Skill (being good at something you enjoy doing) (AV026U2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important836.4
2) Second most important15812.2
3) Third most important23017.7
4) Fourth most important22016.9
5) Fifth most important23318.0
6) Sixth most important19014.6
7) Seventh most important967.4
8) Eighth most important665.1
9) Least important221.7
Missing2198 
TOTAL1298100.0
444) Here is a second list of nine values in life. Please rank order these characteristics the same way you did on the opposite page. Again, these all may be important; but we want to know which YOU think are the MOST desirable. Career advancement (achieving success in your job or profession) (AV027N2)
TOTAL%
1) Most important645.0
2) Second most important917.0
3) Third most important977.5
4) Fourth most important13510.5
5) Fifth most important17413.5
6) Sixth most important17213.3
7) Seventh most important17113.2
8) Eighth most important15011.6
9) Least important23718.4
Missing2205 
TOTAL1291100.0
445) Coder Added - Is the attitudes and values section completed? (AV032N2)
TOTAL%
2) Suspect section completed by two individuals13.4
3) Section has at least one page unanswered2586.2
4) Missing data completed by respondent310.3
Missing3467 
TOTAL29100.0
446) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). EMPLOYED (full or part-time), including temporarily laid-off and self-employed. YOU (WR001AN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked54040.6
1) Checked79159.4
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
447) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). EMPLOYED (full or part-time), including temporarily laid-off and self-employed? Spouse (WR002AN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked71453.7
1) Checked61646.3
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
448) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). SEMI-RETIRED (working less than full-time). YOU (WR001BN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked127495.7
1) Checked574.3
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
449) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). SEMI-RETIRED (working less than full-time). Spouse (WR002BN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked128296.4
1) Checked483.6
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
450) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). RETIRED (or disabled). YOU (WR001CN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked106580.0
1) Checked26620.0
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
451) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). RETIRED (or disabled). Spouse (WR002CN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked114185.8
1) Checked18914.2
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
452) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). HOMEMAKER. YOU (WR001DN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked95271.5
1) Checked37928.5
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
453) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). HOMEMAKER. Spouse (WR002DN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked109982.6
1) Checked23117.4
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
454) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). UNEMPLOYED (looking for work). YOU (WR001EN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked130798.2
1) Checked241.8
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
455) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). UNEMPLOYED (looking for work). Spouse (WR002EN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked131799.0
1) Checked131.0
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
456) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). VOLUNTEER WORK. YOU (WR001FN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked120490.5
1) Checked1279.5
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
457) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). VOLUNTEER WORK. Spouse (WR002FN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked125094.0
1) Checked806.0
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
458) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). OTHER (Specify). YOU (WR001GN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked128996.8
1) Checked423.2
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
459) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). OTHER (specify). Spouse (WR002GN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked130598.1
1) Checked251.9
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
460) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). [SPECIFIED RESPONSE - STUDENT]. YOU (WR001HN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked131198.5
1) Checked201.5
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
461) What is YOUR current work status and what is the work status of your spouse? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE, IF APPLICABLE). [SPECIFIED RESPONSE - STUDENT]. Spouse (WR002HN2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked132599.6
1) Checked50.4
Missing2166 
TOTAL1330100.0
462) If you had your choice, would you NOW like to be working for pay part-time, full-time or not at all? (CHECK ONE) (WR017N2)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time47536.8
2) Working part-time45835.5
3) NOT working at all35827.7
Missing2205 
TOTAL1291100.0
463) If you are currently working, how satisfied would you say you are with your present job? (CHECK ONE) (WR024U2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied313.5
2) Not too satisfied657.3
3) Somewhat satisfied25728.9
4) Very satisfied40645.7
5) Extremely satisfied13014.6
Missing2607 
TOTAL889100.0
464) FEELINGS ABOUT RETIREMENT: Listed below are some statements describing the way people sometimes feel about their retirement experience. We would like to know how often you feel this way. (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT) How often has your retirement resulted in: Having too much time with not enough to do? (WR030N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never18150.0
2) Rarely9426.0
3) Sometimes5314.6
4) Fairly often195.2
5) Very often154.1
Missing3134 
TOTAL362100.0
465) FEELINGS ABOUT RETIREMENT: Listed below are some statements describing the way people sometimes feel about their retirement experience. We would like to know how often you feel this way. (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT) How often has your retirement resulted in: Not having the money to be able to do some of the things you used to do? (WR031N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never12735.2
2) Rarely10729.6
3) Sometimes8022.2
4) Fairly often287.8
5) Very often195.3
Missing3135 
TOTAL361100.0
466) FEELINGS ABOUT RETIREMENT: Listed below are some statements describing the way people sometimes feel about their retirement experience. We would like to know how often you feel this way. (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT) How often has your retirement resulted in: Missing your daily routine? (WR032N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never18250.6
2) Rarely6818.9
3) Sometimes7220.0
4) Fairly often174.7
5) Very often215.8
Missing3136 
TOTAL360100.0
467) FEELINGS ABOUT RETIREMENT: Listed below are some statements describing the way people sometimes feel about their retirement experience. We would like to know how often you feel this way. (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH STATEMENT) How often has your retirement resulted in: People are paying less attention to your opinions? (WR033N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never13838.3
2) Rarely10428.9
3) Sometimes8824.4
4) Fairly often215.8
5) Very often92.5
Missing3136 
TOTAL360100.0
468) All in all, how does your life in retirement compare with what you expected it to be? Is it: (CHECK ONE) (WR034U2)
TOTAL%
1) Much BETTER10529.8
2) Somewhat BETTER7521.3
3) About the SAME12736.1
4) Somewhat WORSE349.7
5) Much WORSE113.1
Missing3144 
TOTAL352100.0
469) Finally, if you feel there are other aspects of your work life or retirement that we did not ask, but which are important for us to know, what are they? (PLEASE EXPLAIN) (WR044N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]66100.0
Missing3430 
TOTAL66100.0
470) [Work and Retirement] [Is this section completed?] (WR045N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]2596.2
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]13.8
Missing3470 
TOTAL26100.0
471) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: EMPLOYMENT (wages, salaries, business income) (EL001N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1010100.0
Missing2486 
TOTAL1010100.0
472) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: SOCIAL SECURITY retirement benefits (EL002N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked304100.0
Missing3192 
TOTAL304100.0
473) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: PENSIONS- public or private (EL003N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked296100.0
Missing3200 
TOTAL296100.0
474) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: DISABILITY BENEFITS, UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, SSI, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE (EL004N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked144100.0
Missing3352 
TOTAL144100.0
475) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: ASSET INCOME, such as interest on savings accounts, dividends, or income from rental properties, annuities, or life insurance (EL005N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked774100.0
Missing2722 
TOTAL774100.0
476) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: OTHER (Please specify) (EL006N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked99100.0
Missing3397 
TOTAL99100.0
477) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: [Specified other response-alimony/child support] (EL007N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked12100.0
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
478) Families can receive income in a variety of ways. We would like to know if you or any member of your household received money in 1983 from the income sources listed below. (CHECK THOSE INCOME SOURCES THAT APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD.) Received income from: [Specified other response-inheritance] (EL008N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked2100.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
479) Comparing your standard of living now to what it was in 1972, would you say that it has: (CHECK ONE) (EL013N2)
TOTAL%
1) Declined CONSIDERABLY638.4
2) Declined SOMEWHAT8711.6
3) Remained about the SAME18624.7
4) Improved SOMEWHAT25033.2
5) Improved CONSIDERABLY16622.1
Missing2744 
TOTAL752100.0
480) Coder added - Section completion code: Economic Life (EL014N2)
TOTAL%
3) Section has at least one page unanswered2392.0
4) Missing data completed by respondent14.0
6) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]14.0
Missing3471 
TOTAL25100.0
481) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Particularly excited or interested in something? (WB001R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes111185.4
2) No19014.6
Missing2195 
TOTAL1301100.0
482) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) So restless that you couldn't sit long in a chair? (WB002R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44434.3
2) No84965.7
Missing2203 
TOTAL1293100.0
483) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Proud because someone complimented you on something you had done? (WB003R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes104380.4
2) No25519.6
Missing2198 
TOTAL1298100.0
484) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Very lonely or remote from other people? (WB004R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30523.6
2) No98876.4
Missing2203 
TOTAL1293100.0
485) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Pleased about having accomplished something? (WB005R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes115989.2
2) No14110.8
Missing2196 
TOTAL1300100.0
486) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Bored? (WB006R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes51739.9
2) No77860.1
Missing2201 
TOTAL1295100.0
487) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) On top of the world? (WB007R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62148.7
2) No65451.3
Missing2221 
TOTAL1275100.0
488) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Depressed or very unhappy? (WB008R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39030.2
2) No90069.8
Missing2206 
TOTAL1290100.0
489) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) That things were really going your way? (WB009R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes83565.2
2) No44634.8
Missing2215 
TOTAL1281100.0
490) The following questions describe how people sometimes feel about their lives. DURING THE PAST FEW WEEKS, DID YOU EVER FEEL: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH QUESTION.) Upset because someone criticized you? (WB010R2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33325.7
2) No96174.3
Missing2202 
TOTAL1294100.0
491) Some people look forward to old age with pleasure and satisfaction, while others worry about the coming of old age. How do you PERSONALLY feel about old age or growing older? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) (WB011N2)
TOTAL%
1) I look FORWARD to old age14811.4
2) I sometimes WORRY about old age38329.4
3) I DREAD old age1027.8
4) I NEITHER DREAD nor LOOK FORWARD to old age67051.4
Missing2193 
TOTAL1303100.0
492) Finally, we're interested in how you feel about the future. When you think about the next five years of your life, what do you look forward to the most and what are you the most worried about? I look forward to: [Note: Questions were also asked at Time 3 and Time 4, but no data were coded.] (WB012N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]1230100.0
Missing2266 
TOTAL1230100.0
493) Finally, we're interested in how you feel about the future. When you think about the next five years of your life, what do you look forward to the most and what are you the most worried about? I worry about: [Note: Questions were also asked at Time 3 and Time 4, but no data were coded.] (WB013N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]1144100.0
Missing2352 
TOTAL1144100.0
494) Finally, we're interested in how you feel about the future. When you think about the next five years of your life, what do you look forward to the most and what are you the most worried about? [Is the section completed?] (WB014N2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]1588.2
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]211.8
Missing3479 
TOTAL17100.0
495) First, what did we miss? There may be important aspects of your family life or health and well-being that we did not cover in this questionnaire. Is there anything else you would like us to know about you or your family? (USE THE BACK OF THE FOLLOWING PAGE IF NECESSARY.) (EV001U2)
TOTAL%
1) [Respondent answered this question]376100.0
Missing3120 
TOTAL376100.0
496) Second, what was your general reaction to this survey? Was it: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH ROW.) Interesting? (EV002R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all342.7
2) Somewhat25320.1
3) Fairly44835.6
4) Very much52541.7
Missing2236 
TOTAL1260100.0
497) Second, what was your general reaction to this survey? Was it: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH ROW.) Tiresome? (EV003R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all61353.9
2) Somewhat41336.3
3) Fairly867.6
4) Very much262.3
Missing2358 
TOTAL1138100.0
498) Second, what was your general reaction to this survey? Was it: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH ROW.) Too long? (EV005R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all62555.3
2) Somewhat36031.8
3) Fairly998.8
4) Very much474.2
Missing2365 
TOTAL1131100.0
499) Second, what was your general reaction to this survey? Was it: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH ROW.) Worthwhile? (EV006R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all343.1
2) Somewhat18917.3
3) Fairly33230.3
4) Very much53949.3
Missing2402 
TOTAL1094100.0
500) CHECK HERE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE A BRIEF REPORT OF THE FINDINGS FROM THIS STUDY. (EV007U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked719100.0
Missing2777 
TOTAL719100.0
501) [General mood state] (EV009N2)
TOTAL%
1) Very unhappy141.1
2) Generally unhappy916.9
3) Both (areas of happy/unhappy)46735.3
4) Generally happy67050.6
5) Very happy826.2
Missing2172 
TOTAL1324100.0
502) [Family stress/tension] (EV010N2)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely stressed100.8
2) Considerably stressed1259.4
3) Moderately stressed41931.7
4) Somewhat stressed52639.8
5) Not very stressed24318.4
Missing2173 
TOTAL1323100.0
503) [Intergenerational solidarity] (EV011N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not very cohesive463.5
2) Somewhat cohesive16612.6
3) Moderately cohesive57843.8
4) Considerably cohesive48036.3
5) Extremely cohesive513.9
Missing2175 
TOTAL1321100.0
504) [Reliability/validity] (EV012N2)
TOTAL%
1) Very little faith171.3
2) Little faith534.0
3) Moderate faith42231.9
4) Considerable faith74656.5
5) Complete faith836.3
Missing2175 
TOTAL1321100.0
505) [5-digit Family Code: Time-2] (FAMR2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL13315181.0414221
506) [Line number at Time-2] [For G1, G2 and G3, the 'lineage' is indicated by the 6th digit of the 8- digit ID code. For G4, the lineage is indicated by the 6th and 9th digits of the 11-digit ID code. See Appendix A-7: Explanation of ID Codes.] [Direct line of descent from an original G1 participant] (LINR2)
TOTAL%
0) 22116.6
1) 82562.0
2) 21816.4
3) 574.3
4) 70.5
6) 30.2
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
507) Generation code at Time-2 (GENR2)
TOTAL%
1) Generation 122116.6
2) Generation 255641.8
3) Generation 355441.6
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
508) [Sex and spousal relationship at Time-2] [For G1, G2, and G3, refers to the 8th digit of the 8-digit ID code.][See Appendix A-7: Explanation of ID Codes.] (SEXSPR2)
TOTAL%
1) Male line member40330.3
2) Female line member66149.7
3) Male spouse of line member15511.6
4) Female spouse of line member1047.8
5) Male spouse of line member new at Time-2 or later20.2
6) Female spouse of line member new at Time-2 or later60.5
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
509) What is your age? (BG065R2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL132950.33917
510) What is the first name of your current spouse or partner (if applicable) and how old is he/she? Birthdate [Spouse's - Year] [Respondent's spouse's age in 1985] (BG066N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL99349.79816
511) Date of data entry: Month (ID001N2)
TOTAL%
1) January181.4
2) February80.6
3) March23717.8
4) April20115.1
5) May28521.4
6) June17913.4
7) July18313.7
8) August634.7
9) September987.4
10) October231.7
11) November191.4
12) December171.3
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
512) Date of data entry: Day (ID002N2)
TOTAL%
1) 292.2
2) 312.3
3) 372.8
4) 564.2
5) 221.7
6) 503.8
7) 392.9
8) 231.7
9) 332.5
10) 171.3
11) 362.7
12) 131.0
13) 554.1
14) 594.4
15) 513.8
16) 806.0
17) 272.0
18) 241.8
19) 473.5
20) 906.8
21) 624.7
22) 463.5
23) 352.6
24) 654.9
25) 906.8
26) 312.3
27) 171.3
28) 211.6
29) 483.6
30) 564.2
31) 413.1
Missing2165 
TOTAL1331100.0
513) When were you born? Month (BG001R2)
TOTAL%
1) January1037.8
2) February755.6
3) March1068.0
4) April1259.4
5) May1229.2
6) June906.8
7) July1199.0
8) August1239.3
9) September1249.3
10) October1269.5
11) November1088.1
12) December1088.1
Missing2167 
TOTAL1329100.0
514) When were you born? Day (BG002R2)
TOTAL%
1) 443.3
2) 403.0
3) 413.1
4) 554.1
5) 403.0
6) 513.8
7) 382.9
8) 443.3
9) 392.9
10) 433.2
11) 453.4
12) 403.0
13) 463.5
14) 523.9
15) 312.3
16) 453.4
17) 433.2
18) 493.7
19) 392.9
20) 443.3
21) 292.2
22) 392.9
23) 493.7
24) 443.3
25) 443.3
26) 473.5
27) 503.8
28) 513.8
29) 433.2
30) 413.1
31) 231.7
Missing2167 
TOTAL1329100.0
515) When were you born? Year (BG003R2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL13291934.13517
516) What is the first name of your current spouse or partner (if applicable) and how old is he/she? Birthdate [Spouse's- Month] (BG014N2)
TOTAL%
1) January717.1
2) February606.0
3) March717.1
4) April949.4
5) May888.8
6) June767.6
7) July787.8
8) August828.2
9) September949.4
10) October10310.3
11) November858.5
12) December969.6
Missing2498 
TOTAL998100.0
517) What is the first name of your current spouse or partner (if applicable) and how old is he/she? Birthdate [Spouse's- Day] (BG015N2)
TOTAL%
1) 313.1
2) 323.2
3) 222.2
4) 323.2
5) 292.9
6) 333.3
7) 262.6
8) 343.4
9) 282.8
10) 424.2
11) 414.1
12) 333.3
13) 343.4
14) 272.7
15) 303.0
16) 272.7
17) 353.5
18) 373.7
19) 292.9
20) 353.5
21) 292.9
22) 282.8
23) 383.8
24) 333.3
25) 323.2
26) 363.6
27) 363.6
28) 424.2
29) 333.3
30) 343.4
31) 202.0
Missing2498 
TOTAL998100.0
518) What is the first name of your current spouse or partner (if applicable) and how old is he/she? Birthdate [Spouse's- Year] (BG016N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL9981935.07216
519) When was your FIRST GRANDCHILD born and what is his or her first name? We'd also like to know the first names of this grandchild's parents. Date of birth of first grandchild: Month (CH135N2)
TOTAL%
1) January447.0
2) February497.8
3) March568.9
4) April416.5
5) May568.9
6) June508.0
7) July589.2
8) August548.6
9) September568.9
10) October609.6
11) November477.5
12) December579.1
Missing2868 
TOTAL628100.0
520) When was your FIRST GRANDCHILD born and what is his or her first name? We'd also like to know the first names of this grandchild's parents. Date of birth of first grandchild: Day (CH135AN2)
TOTAL%
1) 152.4
2) 172.7
3) 213.3
4) 274.3
5) 162.5
6) 203.2
7) 172.7
8) 142.2
9) 264.1
10) 193.0
11) 203.2
12) 223.5
13) 274.3
14) 182.9
15) 182.9
16) 254.0
17) 243.8
18) 274.3
19) 213.3
20) 182.9
21) 182.9
22) 274.3
23) 152.4
24) 182.9
25) 152.4
26) 203.2
27) 132.1
28) 274.3
29) 264.1
30) 203.2
31) 172.7
Missing2868 
TOTAL628100.0
521) When was your FIRST GRANDCHILD born and what is his or her first name? We'd also like to know the first names of this grandchild's parents. Date of birth of first grandchild: Year (CH135BN2)
TOTAL%
1900) 10.2
1932) 10.2
1938) 10.2
1939) 20.3
1940) 20.3
1943) 10.2
1944) 30.5
1945) 71.1
1946) 20.3
1947) 71.1
1948) 111.8
1949) 91.4
1950) 132.1
1951) 243.8
1952) 203.2
1953) 254.0
1954) 284.5
1955) 172.7
1956) 20.3
1957) 20.3
1958) 10.2
1959) 10.2
1960) 10.2
1961) 50.8
1963) 50.8
1964) 81.3
1965) 20.3
1966) 50.8
1967) 81.3
1968) 213.4
1969) 193.0
1970) 264.2
1971) 162.6
1972) 254.0
1973) 315.0
1974) 315.0
1975) 325.1
1976) 325.1
1977) 284.5
1978) 284.5
1979) 254.0
1980) 315.0
1981) 243.8
1982) 193.0
1983) 91.4
1984) 121.9
1985) 10.2
Missing2872 
TOTAL624100.0
522) In addition to the time you spend with your family and friends, we're also interested in your community and recreational activities. Do you currently belong to any CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS? For example: Church or religious organizations, social or hobby clubs, fraternal or service organizations, labor unions or professional organizations, political action groups, or senior citizen groups. What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) NAMES OF CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONS [Club/organization 1] (LT002N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL505348.644224
523) In addition to the time you spend with your family and friends, we're also interested in your community and recreational activities. Do you currently belong to any CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS? For example: Church or religious organizations, social or hobby clubs, fraternal or service organizations, labor unions or professional organizations, political action groups, or senior citizen groups. What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) NAMES OF CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONS [Club/organization 2] (LT004N2)
TOTAL%
100) CHURCH OR SYNAGOGUE OR OTHER RELIGIOUS AFFILIATED ORGANIZATION278.0
105) Social72.1
110) Youth group20.6
115) Choir51.5
120) Women's auxiliary (including handiwork and housekeeping activities around church)82.4
125) Study group (i.e. Bible study) and/or Sunday school30.9
130) Ethnic-related organization within church20.6
135) Men's (e.g. Knights of Columbus/Priesthood in Mormon Church)10.3
150) POLITICAL/ACTIVIST (ACTION-ORIENTED)51.5
155) Traditional political party organization (Republican, Democrat, etc.)61.8
160) Environmentalists (i.e. Sierra Club activism)10.3
170) Woman's political activists (NOW, Women's Political Cau-cus…, not including Older Womens' League (OWL))20.6
180) Anti-nuclear/peace10.3
200) ETHNIC/CULTURAL ORGANIZATION AND/OR REFERENCE GROUP RELATED (E.G. BRITISH CLUB)30.9
210) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]10.3
250) SENIOR CITIZEN-ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS236.8
255) Community Senior Citizen's Center20.6
260) AARP30.9
270) Volunteer to elderly10.3
300) SERVICE/COMMUNITY/NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS61.8
305) Group for youth (Scouting, Junior Achievement, etc.)41.2
310) Men's service clubs (Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.)30.9
315) Local community or neighborhood improvement groups (Welcome Wagon, Junior Chamber of Commerce, historical societies, Neighborhood Watch, etc.)82.4
320) Women's service clubs (e.g. Junior League, Women's Club of So. Pasadena, etc.)41.2
325) Health-related organizations (mental or physical) (e.g. Planned Parenthood, American Cancer Society, Candy-Stripper)113.3
340) Condo/co-op organization/homeowners assoc.20.6
345) Business, civic group (Chamber of Commerce)20.6
350) SOCIAL CLUB/ORGANIZATIONS92.7
355) Country clubs10.3
360) Card clubs20.6
375) Dancing clubs51.5
400) SPORTS/RECREATIONAL CLUBS/TRAVEL ORGANIZATIONS257.4
405) Sports officials organizations10.3
415) Little League/youth sports/coach10.3
450) HOBBIES, INTEREST OR STUDY GROUPS (E.G. STAMP COLLECTING, CROCHETING CLUB)3610.7
500) SELF-HELP/IMPROVEMENT GROUPS (WEIGHT WATCHERS, TOASTMASTER'S CLUB, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS)82.4
550) FRATERNAL/SORORITY/VETERANS OR ALUMNI ORGANIZATIONS (AND SUPPORT GROUPS FOR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS)30.9
555) Male fraternal (e.g.: Elks, Masons)175.1
560) Female fraternal (e.g.: Daughters of the Nile, Eastern Star, sororities)61.8
565) General veterans51.5
580) Alumni organization30.9
600) WORK/PROFESSIONAL/SCHOOL-RELATED CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS (E.G.: LABOR UNIONS, SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS LIKE AMA, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, HONOR SOCIETIES)185.4
605) Labor unions (all levels)82.4
610) Professionals organizations (all levels)164.8
615) Retired professionals (work-based recruitment, e.g. NARFE)61.8
645) Honor societies41.2
650) VOLUNTEER (EXCLUDING SENIOR CITIZENS)10.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE185.4
Missing3160 
TOTAL336100.0
524) In addition to the time you spend with your family and friends, we're also interested in your community and recreational activities. Do you currently belong to any CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS? For example: Church or religious organizations, social or hobby clubs, fraternal or service organizations, labor unions or professional organizations, political action groups, or senior citizen groups. What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) NAMES OF CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONS [Club/organization 3] (LT006N2)
TOTAL%
100) CHURCH OR SYNAGOGUE OR OTHER RELIGIOUS AFFILIATED ORGANIZATION52.8
105) Social10.6
110) Youth group10.6
115) Choir21.1
120) Women's auxiliary (including handiwork and housekeeping activities around church)21.1
125) Study group (i.e. Bible study) and/or Sunday school31.7
135) Men's (e.g. Knights of Columbus/Priesthood in Mormon Church)10.6
150) POLITICAL/ACTIVIST (ACTION-ORIENTED)42.3
155) Traditional political party organization (Republican, Democrat, etc.)10.6
170) Woman's political activists (NOW, Women's Political Cau-cus…, not including Older Womens' League (OWL))10.6
175) Political action committee (PACs, Common Cause; Nader's Raiders)10.6
200) ETHNIC/CULTURAL ORGANIZATION AND/OR REFERENCE GROUP RELATED (E.G. BRITISH CLUB)42.3
250) SENIOR CITIZEN-ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS147.9
255) Community Senior Citizen's Center52.8
260) AARP31.7
265) Age-activists group (Gray Panthers; Older Women's League (OWL))10.6
270) Volunteer to elderly21.1
300) SERVICE/COMMUNITY/NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS42.3
305) Group for youth (Scouting, Junior Achievement, etc.)10.6
310) Men's service clubs (Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.)10.6
315) Local community or neighborhood improvement groups (Welcome Wagon, Junior Chamber of Commerce, historical societies, Neighborhood Watch, etc.)42.3
320) Women's service clubs (e.g. Junior League, Women's Club of So. Pasadena, etc.)21.1
325) Health-related organizations (mental or physical) (e.g. Planned Parenthood, American Cancer Society, Candy-Stripper)84.5
345) Business, civic group (Chamber of Commerce)21.1
350) SOCIAL CLUB/ORGANIZATIONS84.5
355) Country clubs21.1
360) Card clubs31.7
375) Dancing clubs21.1
380) Singing clubs10.6
400) SPORTS/RECREATIONAL CLUBS/TRAVEL ORGANIZATIONS158.5
420) Travel10.6
450) HOBBIES, INTEREST OR STUDY GROUPS (E.G. STAMP COLLECTING, CROCHETING CLUB)126.8
500) SELF-HELP/IMPROVEMENT GROUPS (WEIGHT WATCHERS, TOASTMASTER'S CLUB, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS)74.0
550) FRATERNAL/SORORITY/VETERANS OR ALUMNI ORGANIZATIONS (AND SUPPORT GROUPS FOR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS)63.4
555) Male fraternal (e.g.: Elks, Masons)52.8
565) General veterans21.1
600) WORK/PROFESSIONAL/SCHOOL-RELATED CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS (E.G.: LABOR UNIONS, SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS LIKE AMA, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, HONOR SOCIETIES)105.6
605) Labor unions (all levels)42.3
610) Professionals organizations (all levels)84.5
615) Retired professionals (work-based recruitment, e.g., NARFE)31.7
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE158.5
Missing3319 
TOTAL177100.0
525) In addition to the time you spend with your family and friends, we're also interested in your community and recreational activities. Do you currently belong to any CLUBS OR ORGANIZATIONS? For example: Church or religious organizations, social or hobby clubs, fraternal or service organizations, labor unions or professional organizations, political action groups, or senior citizen groups. What are the names of the clubs and organizations in which you are MOST ACTIVE, and approximately how many hours per month are you involved in each one? (LIST UP TO THREE.) NAMES OF CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS [Club/organization 4] (LT008N2)
TOTAL%
100) CHURCH OR SYNAGOGUE OR OTHER RELIGIOUS AFFILIATED ORGANIZATION214.3
200) ETHNIC/CULTURAL ORGANIZATION AND/OR REFERENCE GROUP RELATED (E.G. BRITISH CLUB)214.3
250) SENIOR CITIZEN-ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS17.1
350) SOCIAL CLUB/ORGANIZATIONS17.1
360) Card clubs17.1
450) HOBBIES, INTEREST OR STUDY GROUPS (E.G. STAMP COLLECTING, CROCHETING CLUB)17.1
600) WORK/PROFESSIONAL/SCHOOL-RELATED CLUBS/ORGANIZATIONS (E.G.: LABOR UNIONS, SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS LIKE AMA, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, HONOR SOCIETIES)17.1
615) Retired professionals (work-based recruitment, e.g., NARFE)321.4
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE214.3
Missing3482 
TOTAL14100.0
526) When it comes to politics, what political party do you generally prefer? [Respondents were asked to write in their political party affiliation at Time-2] (PV001U2)
TOTAL%
100) Republican54642.6
150) Conservative40.3
200) Democrat57544.9
300) Liberal Party60.5
350) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]50.4
400) Independent191.5
450) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]10.1
500) Peace and Freedom30.2
550) Communist or Socialist parties (CPA; PLP; Socialist Workers) [or Socialist parties added sometime after Time-2]20.2
750) Other minor party20.2
800) NO PREFERENCE; vote the 'person' not party383.0
850) Neither; none584.5
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-1 thru Time-6]221.7
Missing2215 
TOTAL1281100.0
527) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? (LIST UP TO THREE LEISURE ACTIVITIES.) HOBBIES OR LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES [Hobby 1] (LT012N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1263294.416228
528) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? COMPANIONS, IF ANY? [Hobby 1] (LT013N2)
TOTAL%
100) NUCLEAR FAMILY (RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE/PARTNER, CHILDREN, PARENTS, SIBLINGS)655.3
101) Self46137.6
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]19215.7
110) Children151.2
111) Son(s)40.3
112) Daughter(s)161.3
121) Father30.2
122) Mother60.5
130) Siblings10.1
131) Brother(s)20.2
132) Sister(s)40.3
133) Brother-in-law (sister's husband)10.1
170) Grandchildren40.3
350) SPOUSE/PARTNER'S NUCLEAR FAMILY10.1
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)20.2
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)10.1
371) Spouse's brother(s) (Respondent's brother-in-law)10.1
372) Spouse's sister(s) (Respondent's sister-in-law)10.1
470) Spouse's cousins (and their families)10.1
860) Friends1058.6
861) Male friend(s)191.6
862) Female friend(s)171.4
863) Unspecified friend(s)90.7
870) Neighbors90.7
872) Female neighbor(s)10.1
873) Unspecified neighbor(s)40.3
880) Workmates30.2
883) Unspecified workmate(s)10.1
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]1008.2
890) Schoolmate(s)30.2
900) Organizational affiliates242.0
902) Female organizational affiliate(s)30.2
910) Pet(s)20.2
950) BOTH FAMILY AND FRIENDS947.7
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 thru Time-6]504.1
Missing2271 
TOTAL1225100.0
529) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? (LIST UP TO THREE LEISURE ACTIVITIES.) HOBBIES OR LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES [Hobby 2] (LT014N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1065273.325201
530) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? COMPANIONS, IF ANY? [Hobby 2] (LT015N2)
TOTAL%
100) NUCLEAR FAMILY (RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE/PARTNER, CHILDREN, PARENTS, SIBLINGS)635.9
101) Self36534.5
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]17916.9
110) Children212.0
111) Son(s)121.1
112) Daughter(s)90.8
120) Parents10.1
122) Mother20.2
130) Siblings10.1
132) Sister(s)30.3
133) Brother-in-law (sister's husband)10.1
134) Sister-in-law (brother's wife)10.1
136) Sister's family10.1
170) Grandchildren60.6
171) Grandson(s)10.1
200) RESPONDENT'S EXTENDED KIN10.1
230) Cousins (and their families)10.1
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)10.1
501) Brother(s)-in-law10.1
750) OTHER KIN10.1
860) Friends10910.3
861) Male friend(s)80.8
862) Female friend(s)181.7
863) Unspecified friend(s)111.0
870) Neighbors90.8
873) Unspecified neighbor(s)20.2
880) Workmates10.1
883) Unspecified workmate(s)20.2
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]817.6
890) Schoolmate(s)30.3
900) Organizational affiliates111.0
910) Pet(s)40.4
950) BOTH FAMILY AND FRIENDS767.2
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 thru Time-6]535.0
Missing2437 
TOTAL1059100.0
531) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? COMPANIONS, IF ANY? [Hobby 3] (LT017N2)
TOTAL%
100) NUCLEAR FAMILY (RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE/PARTNER, CHILDREN, PARENTS, SIBLINGS)506.2
101) Self27934.6
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]13016.1
110) Children202.5
111) Son(s)30.4
112) Daughter(s)60.7
113) Son-in-law (daughter's husband)10.1
114) Daughter-in-law (son's wife)10.1
115) Son's family10.1
122) Mother30.4
150) GRANDPARENT/GRANDCHILD RELATIONSHIPS20.2
162) Grandmother(s)10.1
170) Grandchildren10.1
171) Grandson(s)10.1
200) RESPONDENT'S EXTENDED KIN20.2
230) Cousins (and their families)10.1
350) SPOUSE/PARTNER'S NUCLEAR FAMILY10.1
800) FICTIVE KIN10.1
832) Foster daughter(s)10.1
850) NON KIN10.1
860) Friends739.1
861) Male friend(s)70.9
862) Female friend(s)111.4
863) Unspecified friend(s)50.6
870) Neighbors81.0
873) Unspecified neighbor(s)20.2
880) Workmates20.2
883) Unspecified workmate(s)10.1
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]749.2
900) Organizational affiliates60.7
910) Pet(s)40.5
950) BOTH FAMILY AND FRIENDS688.4
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 thru Time-6]394.8
Missing2690 
TOTAL806100.0
532) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? (LIST UP TO THREE LEISURE ACTIVITIES.) HOBBIES AND LEISURE-TIME ACTIVITIES [Hobby 4] (LT018N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161275.186199
533) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? COMPANIONS, IF ANY? [Hobby 4] (LT019N2)
TOTAL%
100) NUCLEAR FAMILY (RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE/PARTNER, CHILDREN, PARENTS, SIBLINGS)116.8
101) Self5735.2
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]2414.8
110) Children63.7
112) Daughter(s)10.6
132) Sister(s)21.2
360) Spouse's parents (Respondent's parents-in-law)10.6
860) Friends2012.3
861) Male friend(s)21.2
862) Female friend(s)10.6
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 thru Time-6]127.4
890) Schoolmate(s)10.6
900) Organizational affiliates21.2
902) Female organizational affiliate(s)10.6
910) Pet(s)10.6
950) BOTH FAMILY AND FRIENDS148.6
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 thru Time-6]63.7
Missing3334 
TOTAL162100.0
534) Do you have any chronic illnesses or disabilities; that is, something you have to live with all the time-such as diabetes, heart trouble, arthritis, severe vision impairment, cancer, etc.? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW) YOU: Health problems - [First] (HF001BN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL552379.404190
535) Do you have any chronic illnesses or disabilities; that is, something you have to live with all the time-such as diabetes, heart trouble, arthritis, severe vision impairment, cancer, etc.? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW) YOU: Health problems - [Second] (HF001CN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL221401.593194
536) Do you have any chronic illnesses or disabilities; that is, something you have to live with all the time-such as diabetes, heart trouble, arthritis, severe vision impairment, cancer, etc.? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW) YOU: Health problems - [Third] (HF001DN2)
TOTAL%
101) Heart attack/myocardial infarction11.2
102) Angina/heart failure11.2
151) Asthma11.2
153) Emphysema11.2
182) Skin cancer (other than melanoma)22.4
188) Thyroid cancer11.2
203) Irritable colon/diverticulitis/colitis/Crohn's disease11.2
206) Gastrointestinal disorder/gastritis11.2
210) Obesity56.0
228) Leukemia11.2
251) Diabetes11.2
253) Hypoglycemia/low blood sugar11.2
254) Thyroid disease/goiter11.2
262) Gout22.4
276) High blood pressure/hypertension44.8
277) Kidney failure11.2
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage11.2
334) Polio11.2
426) Allergies/hay fever22.4
454) Sinusitis11.2
458) Encephalitis11.2
464) Eye infections11.2
552) Cataracts44.8
553) Glaucoma11.2
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses910.7
556) Hearing impairment/wears hearing aid33.6
575) ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS11.2
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)1315.5
578) Back problems/bad back56.0
579) Broken bones/fractures (other than back, neck, hip)11.2
580) Knee injury11.2
581) Broken back/neck11.2
584) Joint aches11.2
585) Vertebrae degeneration11.2
623) Arthroscopic (knee or elbow)11.2
650) PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS/MENTAL ILLNESS11.2
654) Depression33.6
750) FOOT PROBLEMS22.4
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS22.4
776) Confined to wheelchair11.2
802) Fatigue/weakness11.2
Missing3412 
TOTAL84100.0
537) Do you have any chronic illnesses or disabilities; that is, something you have to live with all the time-such as diabetes, heart trouble, arthritis, severe vision impairment, cancer, etc.? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW) YOU: Health problems - [Fourth] (HF001EN2)
TOTAL%
111) Pacemaker13.8
151) Asthma13.8
175) CANCER/MALIGNANT DISORDERS13.8
203) Irritable colon/diverticulitis/colitis/Crohn's disease13.8
206) Gastrointestinal disorder/gastritis27.7
210) Obesity13.8
226) Anemia13.8
254) Thyroid disease/goiter13.8
335) Neuritis13.8
425) IMMUNE AND ALLERGIC REACTIONS13.8
525) SKIN DISORDERS13.8
552) Cataracts13.8
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses519.2
556) Hearing impairment/wears hearing aid13.8
561) Inner ear disease/infection other than Meniere's disease13.8
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)27.7
600) SURGERIES13.8
650) PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS/MENTAL ILLNESS13.8
700) SERIOUS INJURY/ACCIDENTS13.8
750) FOOT PROBLEMS13.8
Missing3470 
TOTAL26100.0
538) And what about your SPOUSE (if applicable)? Does he/she have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW.) Health problems - [First] (HF001GN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL404369.844192
539) And what about your SPOUSE (if applicable)? Does he/she have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW.) Health problems [Second] (HF001HN2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL198365.333203
540) And what about your SPOUSE (if applicable)? Does he/she have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW.) Health problems [Third] (HF001IN2)
TOTAL%
101) Heart attack/myocardial infarction22.9
103) Heart disease/trouble/problem (excluding angina)912.9
151) Asthma11.4
153) Emphysema11.4
154) Pneumonia11.4
175) CANCER/MALIGNANT DISORDERS11.4
185) Prostatic cancer11.4
201) Ulcer11.4
206) Gastrointestinal disorder/gastritis22.9
207) Indigestion/heartburn/hiatal hernia11.4
210) Obesity22.9
250) ENDOCRINE AND METABOLIC DISORDERS11.4
251) Diabetes68.6
253) Hypoglycemia/low blood sugar11.4
262) Gout11.4
276) High blood pressure/hypertension45.7
325) Fibromyalgia [Included within the 325 code at Time-7]22.9
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage22.9
354) Chronic headaches/migraines11.4
377) Senile dementia/senility22.9
378) General memory problems (including confusion, forgetfulness, etc.)11.4
426) Allergies/hay fever22.9
450) INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NOT SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED)11.4
457) Urinary tract infections11.4
475) GENITAL/REPRODUCTIVE CONDITIONS11.4
552) Cataracts11.4
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses11.4
556) Hearing impairment/wears hearing aid11.4
575) ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS22.9
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)68.6
600) SURGERIES11.4
604) By-pass surgery11.4
606) Cancer surgery (not specified)11.4
607) Mastectomy11.4
651) Alcohol abuse22.9
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS22.9
802) Fatigue/weakness11.4
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]11.4
875) OTHER HEALTH CAUSE11.4
Missing3426 
TOTAL70100.0
541) And what about your SPOUSE (if applicable)? Does he/she have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? (PLEASE DESCRIBE BELOW.) Health problems [Fourth] (HF001JN2)
TOTAL%
101) Heart attack/myocardial infarction12.6
150) DISORDERS INVOLVING THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM25.3
160) Lung disease (unspecified)12.6
207) Indigestion/heartburn/hiatal hernia12.6
251) Diabetes25.3
275) KIDNEY/RENAL DISEASE12.6
276) High blood pressure/hypertension37.9
302) Cirrhosis12.6
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage25.3
335) Neuritis12.6
350) NEUROLOGICAL SYMPTOMS12.6
355) Chronic pain12.6
376) Alzheimer's disease25.3
426) Allergies/hay fever12.6
551) Blindness12.6
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses25.3
556) Hearing impairment/wears hearing aid12.6
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)1026.3
607) Mastectomy12.6
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS12.6
802) Fatigue/weakness12.6
875) OTHER HEALTH CAUSE12.6
Missing3458 
TOTAL38100.0
542) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? Nature of surgery: [First description] YOU (HF019N2)
TOTAL%
194) Other specified cancer11.0
254) Thyroid disease/goiter11.0
476) Pregnancy11.0
482) Ovarian cyst11.0
600) SURGERIES3131.3
601) Hip replacement55.1
602) Cataract surgery99.1
604) By-pass surgery22.0
605) Heart surgery (excluding by-pass and valve replacement)44.0
606) Cancer surgery (not specified)22.0
607) Mastectomy11.0
608) Hysterectomy1010.1
609) Cesarean section1010.1
611) Surgery for infertility22.0
613) Prostate surgery11.0
615) Back surgery33.0
616) Stomach surgery22.0
617) Appendectomy22.0
618) Gall bladder removal22.0
621) Hernia operation44.0
623) Arthroscopic (knee or elbow)33.0
624) Amputation of limb11.0
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 THRU Time-6]11.0
Missing3397 
TOTAL99100.0
543) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? Nature of surgery: [Second description] YOU (HF020N2)
TOTAL%
600) SURGERIES150.0
618) Gall bladder removal150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
544) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? Nature of surgery: [First description] SPOUSE (HF022N2)
TOTAL%
575) ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS11.3
579) Broken bones/fractures (other than back, neck, hip)11.3
600) SURGERIES2632.5
601) Hip replacement45.0
602) Cataract surgery45.0
603) Heart valve replacement11.3
604) By-pass surgery33.8
605) Heart surgery (excluding by-pass and valve replacement)22.5
606) Cancer surgery (not specified)1012.5
608) Hysterectomy45.0
609) Cesarean section22.5
611) Surgery for infertility11.3
612) Ovariectomy11.3
613) Prostate surgery33.8
615) Back surgery11.3
617) Appendectomy11.3
618) Gall bladder removal22.5
620) Vocal cord surgery11.3
621) Hernia operation810.0
623) Arthroscopic (knee or elbow)45.0
Missing3416 
TOTAL80100.0
545) During the past year have you and/or your spouse (if applicable) had major surgery? Nature of surgery: [Second description] SPOUSE (HF023N2)
TOTAL%
150) DISORDERS INVOLVING THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM150.0
606) Cancer surgery (not specified)150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
546) Do you and/or your spouse (if applicable) have a memory-related problem or disease such as senile dementia or Alzheimer's disease? If YES, please describe this condition. Type of memory loss: [First type] YOU (HF030N2)
TOTAL%
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage15.9
375) MEMORY/COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT211.8
377) Senile dementia/senility15.9
378) General memory problems (including confusion, forgetfulness, etc.)1164.7
379) Huntington's chorea15.9
651) Alcohol abuse15.9
Missing3479 
TOTAL17100.0
547) Do you and/or your spouse (if applicable) have a memory-related problem or disease such as senile dementia or Alzheimer's disease? If YES, please describe this condition. Type of memory loss: [First type] SPOUSE (HF033N2)
TOTAL%
375) MEMORY/COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT14.5
376) Alzheimer's disease418.2
377) Senile dementia/senility313.6
378) General memory problems (including confusion, forgetfulness, etc.)1463.6
Missing3474 
TOTAL22100.0
548) Do you and/or your spouse receive help from family, friends, and/or paid professionals in performing any of the activities of daily living listed above? Who helps you or your spouse? First name: [Person 1] (HF077N2)
TOTAL%
909) 32100.0
Missing3464 
TOTAL32100.0
549) Do you and/or your spouse receive help from family, friends, and/or paid professionals in performing any of the activities of daily living listed above? Who helps you or your spouse? First name: [Person 1] Relationship to you: [Person 1] (HF078N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]25.6
111) Son(s)513.9
112) Daughter(s)1336.1
114) Daughter-in-law (son's wife)38.3
132) Sister(s)12.8
171) Grandson(s)12.8
172) Granddaughter(s)12.8
562) Step daughter(s) (and her family)12.8
850) NON KIN925.0
Missing3460 
TOTAL36100.0
550) Do you and/or your spouse receive help from family, friends, and/or paid professionals in performing any of the activities of daily living listed above? Who helps you or your spouse? First name: [Person 2] Relationship to you: [Person 2] (HF080N2)
TOTAL%
111) Son(s)211.8
112) Daughter(s)529.4
114) Daughter-in-law (son's wife)423.5
132) Sister(s)15.9
172) Granddaughter(s)317.6
850) NON KIN15.9
862) Female friend(s)15.9
Missing3479 
TOTAL17100.0
551) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one] [First type of care: Person one] (CG002N2)
TOTAL%
100) I LIVE WITH THIS PERSON...11.3
150) THIS PERSON LIVES WITH ME...11.3
153) Periodic long distance care33.9
154) Help spouse of care recipient11.3
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK33.9
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.22.6
304) Power of attorney11.3
325) PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE11.3
350) PERSONAL CARE11.3
352) Meal preparation11.3
353) Feeding33.9
354) Bathing/toilet care45.3
355) Dressing11.3
356) Laundry11.3
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)33.9
376) Pills/other medication22.6
378) Other33.9
400) CHORES/HOUSEHOLD/YARD MAINTENANCE AND/OR REPAIRS11.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]56.6
402) Yard work [Time-2 Only]11.3
403) Occasional repairs/house repair ['House repair' was used at Time-3]11.3
404) Heavy housework/moving [Time-2 Only]22.6
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT45.3
451) Companionship33.9
453) Visiting11.3
550) ASSISTS WITH TRANSPORTATION NEEDS33.9
551) Transportation (unspecified)22.6
552) Transportation for appointments79.2
554) Transportation for recreation, visiting friends, etc.11.3
555) Other22.6
625) POST HOSPITALIZATION CARE (UP TO 2 MOS.)33.9
650) CONVALESCENT HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.11.3
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years11.3
755) Person expresses resentment that other family members do not assume some/more caregiving responsibilities11.3
800) OTHER22.6
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE33.9
Missing3420 
TOTAL76100.0
552) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one] [Second type of care: Person one] (CG003N2)
TOTAL%
101) He/she requires little or no caregiving12.0
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK24.1
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.24.1
325) PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE36.1
329) Other12.0
350) PERSONAL CARE12.0
352) Meal preparation24.1
353) Feeding24.1
356) Laundry12.0
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)36.1
376) Pills/other medication12.0
400) CHORES/HOUSEHOLD/YARD MAINTENANCE AND/OR REPAIRS12.0
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]510.2
402) Yard work [Time-2 Only]12.0
403) Occasional repairs/house repair ['House repair' was used at Time-3]48.2
404) Heavy housework/moving [Time-2 Only]36.1
453) Visiting48.2
551) Transportation (unspecified)36.1
552) Transportation for appointments36.1
554) Transportation for recreation, visiting friends, etc.12.0
555) Other12.0
650) CONVALESCENT HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.12.0
751) Person is primary caregiver12.0
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE24.1
Missing3447 
TOTAL49100.0
553) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one] [Third type of care: Person one] (CG004N2)
TOTAL%
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK14.8
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.314.3
350) PERSONAL CARE14.8
353) Feeding29.5
355) Dressing14.8
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)314.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]14.8
405) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]14.8
451) Companionship29.5
552) Transportation for appointments14.8
702) Frequent but not daily monitoring/visiting, etc. (2-3 Times/week)14.8
800) OTHER314.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE14.8
Missing3475 
TOTAL21100.0
554) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one] [Fourth type of care: Person one] (CG005N2)
TOTAL%
327) Money for support services114.3
350) PERSONAL CARE114.3
376) Pills/other medication228.6
650) CONVALESCENT HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.114.3
800) OTHER114.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE114.3
Missing3489 
TOTAL7100.0
555) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one] [Fifth type of care: Person one] (CG006N2)
TOTAL%
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT150.0
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
556) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] [First type of care: Person two] (CG007N2)
TOTAL%
253) Assists with seeking help from public/private agencies18.3
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK18.3
376) Pills/other medication18.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]18.3
451) Companionship18.3
552) Transportation for appointments18.3
554) Transportation for recreation, visiting friends, etc.18.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE216.7
999) MISSING DATA325.0
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
557) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] [Second type of care: Person two] (CG008N2)
TOTAL%
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK116.7
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)116.7
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]116.7
454) Other116.7
551) Transportation (unspecified)116.7
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE116.7
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
558) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] [Third type of care: Person two] (CG009N2)
TOTAL%
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT125.0
753) Currently multiple caregiver (caring for more than one person at same Time)125.0
800) OTHER125.0
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE125.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
559) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one]. Conditions that require care: [Person one: First condition] (CG010N2)
TOTAL%
101) Heart attack/myocardial infarction11.1
103) Heart disease/trouble/problem (excluding angina)55.4
105) Circulation trouble (unspecified)11.1
153) Emphysema11.1
154) Pneumonia11.1
175) CANCER/MALIGNANT DISORDERS11.1
176) Lung cancer11.1
178) Neural cancer/malignant brain tumor11.1
209) Incontinence of feces/bowel11.1
228) Leukemia11.1
251) Diabetes44.3
253) Hypoglycemia/low blood sugar11.1
256) Osteoporosis11.1
276) High blood pressure/hypertension22.2
277) Kidney failure11.1
300) LIVER AND PANCREAS DISORDERS22.2
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage88.7
328) Multiple sclerosis (M.S.)33.3
341) Mental retardation11.1
376) Alzheimer's disease77.6
377) Senile dementia/senility22.2
380) Parkinson's disease11.1
551) Blindness22.2
552) Cataracts22.2
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses22.2
556) Hearing impairment/wears hearing aid11.1
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)22.2
578) Back problems/bad back11.1
600) SURGERIES22.2
606) Cancer surgery (not specified)11.1
650) PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS/MENTAL ILLNESS44.3
750) FOOT PROBLEMS11.1
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS11.1
802) Fatigue/weakness11.1
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]1213.0
825) GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITIONS/POOR HEALTH55.4
875) OTHER HEALTH CAUSE11.1
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 THRU Time-6]77.6
Missing3404 
TOTAL92100.0
560) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one]. Conditions that require care: [Person one: Second condition] (CG011N2)
TOTAL%
102) Angina/heart failure14.2
154) Pneumonia14.2
208) Stomach disorder/unspecified14.2
276) High blood pressure/hypertension14.2
278) Incontinence of urine14.2
300) LIVER AND PANCREAS DISORDERS14.2
328) Multiple sclerosis (M.S.)14.2
357) Tremors14.2
551) Blindness28.3
575) ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS14.2
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)14.2
578) Back problems/bad back14.2
579) Broken bones/fractures (other than back, neck, hip)14.2
600) SURGERIES28.3
702) Burns14.2
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS28.3
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]312.5
825) GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITIONS/POOR HEALTH28.3
Missing3472 
TOTAL24100.0
561) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one]. Conditions that require care: [Person one: Third condition] (CG012N2)
TOTAL%
150) DISORDERS INVOLVING THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM116.7
450) INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NOT SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED)116.7
555) Deafness116.7
615) Back surgery116.7
753) Ingrown toenails116.7
776) Confined to wheelchair116.7
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
562) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one]. Conditions that require care: [Person one: Fourth condition] (CG013N2)
TOTAL%
753) Ingrown toenails150.0
875) OTHER HEALTH CAUSE150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
563) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] First name of relative(s) you care for [Person one]. Conditions that require care: [Person one: Fifth condition] (CG014N2)
TOTAL%
200) GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS150.0
700) SERIOUS INJURY/ACCIDENTS150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
564) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] Conditions that require care: [Person two: First condition] (CG015N2)
TOTAL%
103) Heart disease/trouble/problem (excluding angina)111.1
153) Emphysema111.1
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage111.1
551) Blindness111.1
601) Hip replacement111.1
651) Alcohol abuse111.1
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]111.1
825) GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITIONS/POOR HEALTH111.1
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 THRU Time-6]111.1
Missing3487 
TOTAL9100.0
565) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] Conditions that require care: [Person two: Second condition] (CG016N2)
TOTAL%
775) MOBILITY PROBLEMS150.0
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
566) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] [Person two] Conditions that require care: [Person two: Third condition] (CG017N2)
TOTAL%
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 THRU Time-6]1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
567) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] Relationship to you [Person one] (CG019N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]2718.2
111) Son(s)42.7
112) Daughter(s)21.4
121) Father1610.8
122) Mother3624.3
132) Sister(s)53.4
134) Sister-in-law (brother's wife)10.7
161) Grandfather(s)21.4
162) Grandmother(s)42.7
172) Granddaughter(s)21.4
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)32.0
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)64.1
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)106.8
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)1912.8
412) Spouse's grandmother(s) (Respondent's grandmother-in-law)10.7
461) Spouse's aunt(s) (Respondent's aunt-in-law)42.7
462) Spouse's uncle(s) (Respondent's uncle-in-law)10.7
581) Step grandfather(s)10.7
661) Ex-father-in-law10.7
662) Ex-mother-in-law10.7
672) Ex-sister-in-law10.7
861) Male friend(s)10.7
Missing3348 
TOTAL148100.0
568) Family members are often involved in providing caregiving assistance to various relatives who are ill or disabled. Are you currently providing any kind of caregiving assistance to a family member, such as your spouse or an elderly relative, because of a chronic disability or health-related problem? [Caregiving in past three years] [Person you are currently caregiving for] Relationship to you [Person two] (CG020N2)
TOTAL%
112) Daughter(s)14.3
121) Father626.1
122) Mother417.4
162) Grandmother(s)28.7
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)14.3
221) Nephew(s)14.3
230) Cousins (and their families)14.3
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)28.7
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)417.4
661) Ex-father-in-law14.3
Missing3473 
TOTAL23100.0
569) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] [First type of care: Person one] (CG025N2)
TOTAL%
100) I LIVE WITH THIS PERSON...139.8
150) THIS PERSON LIVES WITH ME...32.3
151) Requires little or no caregiving10.8
152) Requires substantial caregiving43.0
200) LIVES ALONE10.8
250) BUREAUCRATIC ARBITRATOR/MEDIATOR10.8
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK32.3
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.21.5
325) PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE10.8
350) PERSONAL CARE32.3
351) Total personal maintenance21.5
352) Meal preparation21.5
353) Feeding43.0
354) Bathing/toilet care10.8
355) Dressing10.8
356) Laundry10.8
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)64.5
375) ADMINISTERS OR SUPERVISES MEDICATION21.5
376) Pills/other medication10.8
378) Other10.8
400) CHORES/HOUSEHOLD/YARD MAINTENANCE AND/OR REPAIRS32.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]21.5
402) Yard work [Time-2 only]21.5
403) Occasional repairs/house repair ['House repair' was used at Time-3]10.8
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT43.0
451) Companionship86.1
452) Emotional support after the death of a spouse32.3
550) ASSISTS WITH TRANSPORTATION NEEDS21.5
551) Transportation (unspecified)32.3
552) Transportation for appointments107.6
600) ACUTE CARE HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.43.0
625) POST HOSPITALIZATION CARE (UP TO 2 MOS.)1612.1
700) LONG TERM CARE FACILITY RESIDENT: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.21.5
702) Frequent but not daily monitoring/visiting, etc. (2-3 times/week)10.8
703) Occasional monitoring/visiting (1 or 2 times/month)10.8
751) Person is primary caregiver10.8
752) Person shares caregiving responsibilities with one or more family members10.8
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years107.6
800) OTHER32.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE21.5
Missing3364 
TOTAL132100.0
570) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] [Second type of care: Person one] (CG026N2)
TOTAL%
102) He/she requires substantial caregiving11.6
152) Requires substantial caregiving11.6
300) ASSISTANCE WITH BUSINESS MATTERS, MONEY AND/OR PAPERWORK11.6
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.11.6
325) PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE11.6
350) PERSONAL CARE69.4
352) Meal preparation46.3
353) Feeding23.1
354) Bathing/toilet care34.7
355) Dressing11.6
356) Laundry11.6
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)34.7
375) ADMINISTERS OR SUPERVISES MEDICATION11.6
376) Pills/other medication11.6
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]23.1
402) Yard work [Time-2 only]11.6
403) Occasional repairs/house repair ['House repair' was used at Time-3]34.7
404) Heavy housework/moving [Time-2 only]11.6
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT34.7
451) Companionship11.6
452) Emotional support after the death of a spouse34.7
500) ADVICE (OTHER THAN RE: BUSINESS MATTERS)11.6
551) Transportation (unspecified)23.1
552) Transportation for appointments34.7
625) POST HOSPITALIZATION CARE (UP TO 2 MOS.)57.8
626) Post hospitalization care (more than 2 mos.)11.6
650) CONVALESCENT HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.11.6
751) Person is primary caregiver11.6
753) Currently multiple caregiver (caring for more than one person at same Time)23.1
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years46.3
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE34.7
Missing3432 
TOTAL64100.0
571) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] [Third type of care: Person one] (CG027N2)
TOTAL%
302) Pays bills/balances checkbook, etc.14.3
350) PERSONAL CARE313.0
351) Total personal maintenance14.3
352) Meal preparation28.7
353) Feeding14.3
354) Bathing/toilet care28.7
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)14.3
375) ADMINISTERS OR SUPERVISES MEDICATION14.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]28.7
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT14.3
451) Companionship313.0
550) ASSISTS WITH TRANSPORTATION NEEDS14.3
701) Daily monitoring/visiting/feeding, etc.14.3
702) Frequent but not daily monitoring/visiting, etc. (2-3 times/week)14.3
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years14.3
999) MISSING DATA14.3
Missing3473 
TOTAL23100.0
572) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] [Fourth type of care: Person one] (CG028N2)
TOTAL%
350) PERSONAL CARE112.5
352) Meal preparation112.5
376) Pills/other medication112.5
452) Emotional support after the death of a spouse112.5
550) ASSISTS WITH TRANSPORTATION NEEDS225.0
551) Transportation (unspecified)112.5
650) CONVALESCENT HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.112.5
Missing3488 
TOTAL8100.0
573) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] [Fifth type of care: Person one] (CG029N2)
TOTAL%
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT150.0
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE150.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
574) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] [First type of care: Person two] (CG030N2)
TOTAL%
100) I LIVE WITH THIS PERSON...12.2
152) Requires substantial caregiving12.2
162) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]12.2
350) PERSONAL CARE12.2
351) Total personal maintenance12.2
352) Meal preparation12.2
357) Shopping (or do the shopping)613.0
375) ADMINISTERS OR SUPERVISES MEDICATION12.2
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]12.2
402) Yard work [Time-2 only]12.2
404) Heavy housework/moving [Time-2 only]12.2
450) EMOTIONAL SUPPORT24.3
452) Emotional support after the death of a spouse36.5
551) Transportation (unspecified)12.2
552) Transportation for appointments48.7
600) ACUTE CARE HOSPITALIZATION: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.24.3
625) POST HOSPITALIZATION CARE (UP TO 2 MOS.)613.0
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years1021.7
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE24.3
Missing3450 
TOTAL46100.0
575) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] [Second type of care: Person two] (CG031N2)
TOTAL%
350) PERSONAL CARE18.3
351) Total personal maintenance18.3
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]18.3
402) Yard work [Time-2 only]18.3
625) POST HOSPITALIZATION CARE (UP TO 2 MOS.)18.3
700) LONG TERM CARE FACILITY RESIDENT: VISITING/MONITORING, ETC.18.3
753) Currently multiple caregiver (caring for more than one person at same Time)216.7
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years433.3
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
576) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] [Third type of care: Person two] (CG032N2)
TOTAL%
352) Meal preparation120.0
401) Light housework/housework ['Light housework' was used at Time-2]120.0
550) ASSISTS WITH TRANSPORTATION NEEDS120.0
701) Daily monitoring/visiting/feeding, etc.120.0
754) Multiple caregiver sometime in past 12 years120.0
Missing3491 
TOTAL5100.0
577) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Conditions that required care - [Person one: First condition] (CG034N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL339428.115272
578) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Conditions that required care - [Person one: Second condition] (CG035N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL100498.75238
579) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Conditions that required care - [Person one: Third condition] (CG036N2)
TOTAL%
104) Arteriosclerosis/hardening of the arteries14.5
110) Aortic aneurysm14.5
152) Bronchitis14.5
153) Emphysema14.5
200) GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS14.5
203) Irritable colon/diverticulitis/colitis/Crohn's disease14.5
251) Diabetes14.5
275) KIDNEY/RENAL DISEASE14.5
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage14.5
329) Epilepsy14.5
352) Vertigo/dizziness14.5
375) MEMORY/COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT14.5
378) General memory problems (including confusion, forgetfulness, etc.)14.5
400) GENETIC DISORDERS14.5
401) Down's syndrome14.5
550) SENSORY DISORDERS29.1
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses14.5
555) Deafness29.1
605) Heart surgery (excluding by-pass and valve replacement)14.5
754) Flat feet14.5
Missing3474 
TOTAL22100.0
580) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Conditions that required care - [Person one: Fourth condition] (CG037N2)
TOTAL%
253) Hypoglycemia/low blood sugar125.0
354) Chronic headaches/migraines125.0
452) Viral/bacterial infection125.0
552) Cataracts125.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
581) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Conditions that required care - [Person one: Fifth condition] (CG038N2)
TOTAL%
753) Ingrown toenails133.3
754) Flat feet133.3
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 THRU Time-6]133.3
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
582) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] Conditions that required care - [Person two: First condition] (CG039N2)
TOTAL%
101) Heart attack/myocardial infarction36.3
103) Heart disease/trouble/problem (excluding angina)12.1
111) Pacemaker12.1
153) Emphysema24.2
175) CANCER/MALIGNANT DISORDERS24.2
178) Neural cancer/malignant brain tumor12.1
180) Bone cancer12.1
189) Colon cancer12.1
191) Cancer of the liver12.1
194) Other specified cancer12.1
228) Leukemia12.1
250) ENDOCRINE AND METABOLIC DISORDERS24.2
326) Stroke/cerebral hemorrhage24.2
330) Bell's palsy12.1
352) Vertigo/dizziness12.1
550) SENSORY DISORDERS12.1
552) Cataracts24.2
576) Arthritis/rheumatism (except rheumatoid arthritis)12.1
600) SURGERIES24.2
602) Cataract surgery24.2
625) Colostomy12.1
651) Alcohol abuse24.2
700) SERIOUS INJURY/ACCIDENTS12.1
754) Flat feet12.1
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]510.4
888) NO CODABLE RESPONSE [Time-2 THRU Time-6]12.1
909) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]12.1
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 THRU Time-6]714.6
Missing3448 
TOTAL48100.0
583) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] Conditions that required care - [Person two: Second condition] (CG040N2)
TOTAL%
103) Heart disease/trouble/problem (excluding angina)26.1
176) Lung cancer13.0
191) Cancer of the liver13.0
192) Lymphoma (other than Hodgkin's Disease)13.0
276) High blood pressure/hypertension13.0
300) LIVER AND PANCREAS DISORDERS26.1
352) Vertigo/dizziness26.1
357) Tremors26.1
362) Effects of polio13.0
377) Senile dementia/senility26.1
402) Tay-Sachs disease13.0
457) Urinary tract infections13.0
575) ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS13.0
579) Broken bones/fractures (other than back, neck, hip)13.0
600) SURGERIES412.1
607) Mastectomy13.0
654) Depression13.0
753) Ingrown toenails13.0
754) Flat feet13.0
776) Confined to wheelchair13.0
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]39.1
825) GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITIONS/POOR HEALTH26.1
Missing3463 
TOTAL33100.0
584) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] Conditions that required care - [Person two: Third condition] (CG041N2)
TOTAL%
150) DISORDERS INVOLVING THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM18.3
352) Vertigo/dizziness18.3
357) Tremors18.3
377) Senile dementia/senility18.3
400) GENETIC DISORDERS18.3
550) SENSORY DISORDERS18.3
554) Visual impairment/wears glasses18.3
614) Brain surgery18.3
700) SERIOUS INJURY/ACCIDENTS18.3
754) Flat feet216.7
803) Old age/feebleness: As a health problem, NOT as a cause of death. Use code 50 for 'old age' as a cause of death. [Code added at Time-2. The clarification of the code was added at Time-7]18.3
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
585) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? [If caregiving in the past 12 years, third person cared for] Conditions that required care- [Person three: First condition] [NOTE: There is no ID code variable for Person Three] (CG042N2)
TOTAL%
153) Emphysema125.0
175) CANCER/MALIGNANT DISORDERS125.0
182) Skin cancer (other than melanoma)125.0
552) Cataracts125.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
586) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person one] Relationship to you [Person one] (CG043N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]8221.2
111) Son(s)10.3
112) Daughter(s)20.5
121) Father5414.0
122) Mother11028.5
131) Brother(s)10.3
132) Sister(s)82.1
134) Sister-in-law (brother's wife)20.5
161) Grandfather(s)153.9
162) Grandmother(s)266.7
182) Great grandmother(s)20.5
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)10.3
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)51.3
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)246.2
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)338.5
371) Spouse's brother(s) (Respondent's brother-in-law)20.5
412) Spouse's grandmother(s) (Respondent's grandmother-in-law)41.0
461) Spouse's aunt(s) (Respondent's aunt-in-law)10.3
502) Sister(s)-in-law20.5
551) Step father30.8
552) Step mother10.3
601) Spouse's step father10.3
651) Ex-spouse/partner30.8
662) Ex-mother-in-law10.3
841) 'Auntie'10.3
881) Male workmate(s)10.3
Missing3110 
TOTAL386100.0
587) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? First name of relative you cared for [Person two] Relationship to you [Person two] (CG044N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]65.4
112) Daughter(s)10.9
121) Father3430.4
122) Mother2017.9
123) Self and parent(s)10.9
161) Grandfather(s)87.1
162) Grandmother(s)87.1
172) Granddaughter(s)10.9
211) Uncle(s) (including great uncle)10.9
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)32.7
230) Cousins (and their families)10.9
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)43.6
362) Spouse's mother (Respondent's mother-in-law)119.8
411) Spouse's grandfather(s) (Respondent's grandfather-in-law)10.9
500) GENERIC-IN-LAWS (FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE FAMILY; TO BE USED WHEN THE ORIGIN OF THE IN-LAW RELATIONSHIP CANNOT BE DETERMINED)10.9
502) Sister(s)-in-law21.8
552) Step mother43.6
572) Step sister(s) (and her family)10.9
601) Spouse's step father10.9
661) Ex-father-in-law21.8
999) MISSING DATA [Time-2 thru Time-6]10.9
Missing3384 
TOTAL112100.0
588) What about during the past 12 years? Were you involved in providing caregiving assistance to your spouse or an elderly relative at any time during this period? [If caregiving in the past 12 years, third person cared for] Relationship to you [Person three] [NOTE: There is no ID Code variable for Person Three] (CG045N2)
TOTAL%
102) Spouse/partner (not necessarily cohabiting) Boyfriend/girlfriend [Added at Time-6]114.3
111) Son(s)114.3
122) Mother114.3
162) Grandmother(s)114.3
212) Aunt(s) (including great aunt)114.3
361) Spouse's father (Respondent's father-in-law)114.3
601) Spouse's step father114.3
Missing3489 
TOTAL7100.0
589) TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME: Adding up the income of all members of your household, including yourself, from all sources, what was the total amount of income received before taxes in 1983? (WRITE THE LETTER OF THE INCOME CATEGORY ABOVE THAT CONTAINS YOUR TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME.) (EL010U2NUM) (EL010U2N)
TOTAL%
2) A = Less than $5,000180.5
3) B = $5,000 - $7,499351.0
4) C = $7,500 - $9,999250.7
5) D = $10,000 - $12,499862.5
6) E = $12,500 - $14,999571.6
7) F = $15,000 - $17,499511.5
8) G = $17,500 - $19,999601.7
9) H = $20,000 - $24,9991203.4
10) I = $25,000 - $29,9991524.3
11) J = $30,000 - $39,9992326.6
12) K = $40,000 - $49,9991394.0
13) L = $50,000 or more2808.0
14) Missing224164.1
TOTAL3496100.0
590) YOUR WAGES/SALARY: How much money did YOU receive in 1983 from wages, salary, commissions, and/or tips from all jobs before taxes? (WRITE IN THE LETTER OF THE INCOME CATEGORY ABOVE THAT CONTAINS YOUR INCOME FROM A JOB.) Your income from a job: (EL011N2NUM) (EL011N2N)
TOTAL%
2) A = Less than $5,0001704.9
3) B = $5,000 - $7,499461.3
4) C = $7,500 - $9,999551.6
5) D = $10,000 - $12,499692.0
6) E = $12,500 - $14,999692.0
7) F = $15,000 - $17,499441.3
8) G = $17,500 - $19,999611.7
9) H = $20,000 - $24,9991073.1
10) I = $25,000 - $29,9991022.9
11) J = $30,000 - $39,9991073.1
12) K = $40,000 - $49,999511.5
13) L = $50,000 or more762.2
14) Missing253972.6
TOTAL3496100.0
591) MILITARY SERVICE: Did you and/or your spouse ever serve on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States? If yes, when did your spouse serve in the U.S. military? Spouse: [Year ended military service] (BG063N2)
TOTAL%
1937) 10.5
1943) 21.0
1944) 52.6
1945) 3015.5
1946) 4925.4
1947) 115.7
1948) 94.7
1949) 42.1
1950) 10.5
1951) 52.6
1952) 2010.4
1953) 52.6
1954) 136.7
1955) 73.6
1956) 63.1
1957) 31.6
1959) 10.5
1960) 10.5
1961) 21.0
1962) 10.5
1963) 21.0
1964) 21.0
1965) 10.5
1966) 10.5
1968) 21.0
1969) 21.0
1970) 21.0
1971) 10.5
1974) 10.5
1975) 21.0
1980) 10.5
Missing3303 
TOTAL193100.0
592) Do any of your children currently have any chronic health problems or disabling conditions? Type of health problem or illness - [First child] [ARDA note: See Appendix D-1: Health and Cause of Death Codes] (CH113N2)
593) Do any of your children currently have any chronic health problems or disabling conditions? Type of health problem or illness - [Second child] [ARDA note: See Appendix D-1: Health and Cause of Death Codes] (CH115N2)
594) Do any of your children currently have any chronic health problems or disabling conditions? Type of health problem or illness - [Third child] [ARDA note: See Appendix D-1: Health and Cause of Death Codes] (CH117N2)
TOTAL%
152) 120.0
426) 480.0
Missing3491 
TOTAL5100.0
595) [Regarding whether parents are still living] If no, which of your parents is deceased and when did he or she die? MOTHER: Year of death (PA002U2)
TOTAL%
1923) 10.4
1925) 10.4
1927) 20.7
1928) 10.4
1933) 10.4
1934) 10.4
1935) 10.4
1936) 10.4
1938) 10.4
1939) 31.1
1942) 20.7
1946) 31.1
1948) 41.5
1949) 20.7
1950) 10.4
1951) 10.4
1952) 10.4
1953) 20.7
1954) 31.1
1955) 41.5
1956) 31.1
1957) 62.2
1958) 41.5
1959) 62.2
1960) 20.7
1962) 51.8
1963) 72.6
1964) 72.6
1965) 20.7
1966) 103.6
1967) 103.6
1968) 51.8
1969) 41.5
1970) 72.6
1971) 31.1
1972) 72.6
1973) 103.6
1974) 93.3
1975) 62.2
1976) 93.3
1977) 114.0
1978) 134.7
1979) 186.6
1980) 165.8
1981) 165.8
1982) 165.8
1983) 196.9
1984) 62.2
1985) 10.4
Missing3222 
TOTAL274100.0
596) [Regarding whether parents are still living] If no, which of your parents is deceased and when did he or she die? FATHER: Year of death (PA003U2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL4341969.44214
597) If your parents are not still married to each other and living together, what is the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your parents and when did these events occur? [Mother's current marital status] Year this occurred (PA007N2)
TOTAL%
1922) 10.3
1934) 20.7
1935) 31.0
1936) 20.7
1937) 10.3
1939) 10.3
1940) 10.3
1943) 10.3
1944) 10.3
1946) 31.0
1947) 10.3
1948) 10.3
1949) 10.3
1950) 10.3
1951) 10.3
1952) 10.3
1953) 20.7
1954) 31.0
1955) 10.3
1956) 51.7
1957) 20.7
1958) 20.7
1959) 31.0
1960) 31.0
1961) 31.0
1962) 41.4
1963) 51.7
1964) 51.7
1965) 20.7
1966) 51.7
1967) 82.8
1968) 51.7
1969) 82.8
1970) 103.5
1971) 103.5
1972) 113.8
1973) 113.8
1974) 113.8
1975) 206.9
1976) 144.8
1977) 93.1
1978) 144.8
1979) 103.5
1980) 227.6
1981) 103.5
1982) 196.6
1983) 124.2
1984) 155.2
1985) 31.0
Missing3207 
TOTAL289100.0
598) If your parents are not still married to each other and living together, what is the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your parents and when did these events occur? [Father's current marital status] Year this occurred (PA010N2)
TOTAL%
1936) 10.6
1937) 10.6
1938) 10.6
1940) 10.6
1942) 10.6
1946) 21.2
1947) 10.6
1948) 10.6
1950) 21.2
1952) 10.6
1953) 10.6
1954) 21.2
1955) 10.6
1956) 31.8
1957) 10.6
1958) 10.6
1959) 21.2
1960) 42.4
1961) 10.6
1962) 31.8
1963) 31.8
1964) 21.2
1965) 53.0
1966) 42.4
1967) 42.4
1968) 84.8
1969) 10.6
1970) 84.8
1971) 31.8
1972) 42.4
1973) 63.6
1974) 21.2
1975) 63.6
1976) 74.2
1977) 63.6
1978) 63.6
1979) 84.8
1980) 106.0
1981) 63.6
1982) 116.6
1983) 148.4
1984) 116.6
Missing3330 
TOTAL166100.0
599) How many times has each of your natural parents been married in total, counting their current marriage (if applicable)? Mother (TOTAL NUMBER) (PA011N2)
TOTAL%
1) 37666.1
2) 12622.1
3) 559.7
4) 50.9
5) 30.5
6) 20.4
7) 10.2
8) 10.2
Missing2927 
TOTAL569100.0
600) How many times has each of your natural parents been married in total, counting their current marriage (if applicable)? Father (TOTAL NUMBER) (PA012N2)
TOTAL%
1) 33761.4
2) 16630.2
3) 305.5
4) 112.0
5) 10.2
6) 20.4
8) 10.2
9) 10.2
Missing2947 
TOTAL549100.0
601) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Mother: State (PA018N2NUM)
TOTAL%
1) Missing272377.9
2) AR60.2
3) AZ100.3
4) CA58116.6
5) CO80.2
6) FL30.1
7) GA40.1
8) HI10.0
9) ID30.1
10) IL170.5
11) IN30.1
12) KN10.0
13) KS20.1
14) MA30.1
15) MD40.1
16) MI50.1
17) MN80.2
18) MO50.1
19) MS10.0
20) MT10.0
21) NB20.1
22) NC10.0
23) NE10.0
24) NM10.0
25) NV70.2
26) NY50.1
27) OH80.2
28) OK30.1
29) OR120.3
30) PA10.0
31) SC30.1
32) TX180.5
33) UT70.2
34) VA20.1
35) WA250.7
36) WI110.3
TOTAL3496100.0
602) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Father: State (PA026N2NUM)
TOTAL%
1) Missing328994.1
2) AR30.1
3) AZ10.0
4) CA1684.8
5) FL20.1
6) GA10.0
7) ID30.1
8) IL30.1
9) KS20.1
10) MI10.0
11) MO20.1
12) ND10.0
13) NE10.0
14) NM10.0
15) NV30.1
16) OH10.0
17) OR60.2
18) RI10.0
19) TX10.0
20) WA50.1
21) WI10.0
TOTAL3496100.0
603) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Step-mother: State (PA022N2NUM)
TOTAL%
1) Missing298885.5
2) AR30.1
3) AZ50.1
4) CA36010.3
5) FL10.0
6) GA20.1
7) HI40.1
8) ID50.1
9) IL170.5
10) KS10.0
11) MA30.1
12) MD40.1
13) MI30.1
14) MN50.1
15) MO20.1
16) NB20.1
17) NC10.0
18) ND20.1
19) NE10.0
20) NM50.1
21) NV70.2
22) NY40.1
23) OH70.2
24) OR130.4
25) PA10.0
26) RI10.0
27) SC30.1
28) TX160.5
29) UT40.1
30) VA10.0
31) WA160.5
32) WI90.3
TOTAL3496100.0
604) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Step-father: State (PA030N2N)
TOTAL%
1) Missing340497.4
2) AZ20.1
3) CA762.2
4) CO10.0
5) FL10.0
6) MI30.1
7) MO10.0
8) NV10.0
9) OH10.0
10) OK10.0
11) OR20.1
12) TX30.1
TOTAL3496100.0
605) Finally, do you have any hobbies or leisure-time activities you regularly pursue? That is, during an average week, what do you do for fun or relaxation and whose companionship do you enjoy most at those times-if anyone's? (LIST UP TO THREE LEISURE ACTIVITIES.) [Hobby 3] (LT016N2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL352278.403202
606) [Numeric version of PH027N2 for G2's who answered numerically][Length of stay: First stay] (PH927N2)
TOTAL%
0) 22.7
1) 45.4
2) 56.8
3) 34.1
4) 45.4
5) 34.1
6) 11.4
7) 68.1
8) 34.1
10) 79.5
12) 11.4
14) 79.5
15) 11.4
17) 11.4
21) 34.1
23) 11.4
30) 11.4
50) 11.4
210) 11.4
245) 11.4
300) 11.4
365) 1621.6
540) 11.4
Missing3422 
TOTAL74100.0
607) [Numeric version of PH031N2 for G2's who answered numerically] (PH931N2)
TOTAL%
1) 1111.1
2) 1010.1
3) 99.1
4) 77.1
5) 55.1
6) 33.0
7) 1010.1
8) 33.0
10) 66.1
11) 11.0
12) 33.0
14) 88.1
17) 11.0
20) 22.0
21) 22.0
30) 33.0
32) 11.0
42) 11.0
60) 11.0
75) 11.0
90) 11.0
180) 22.0
220) 11.0
365) 55.1
888) 22.0
Missing3397 
TOTAL99100.0
608) Besides working outside of the home for pay, most adults devote time to household responsibilities and child care. On average, how much time do you spend on HOUSEHOLD RESPONSIBILITIES both on days you go to work and on days you are not working? This might include such things as cooking, cleaning, shopping, doing repairs or yard work, or keeping track of money and bills. (Please figure to the nearest half-hour) (IF YOU ARE NOT EMPLOYED OUTSIDE THE HOME, ANSWER FOR 'DAYS NOT WORKING' ONLY.) Average hours on days NOT working for pay: - [You] (WR035N2)
TOTAL%
0) 60.6
1) 575.9
2) 10510.9
3) 13213.8
4) 18519.3
5) 12613.1
6) 11011.5
7) 272.8
8) 717.4
9) 151.6
10) 474.9
11) 10.1
12) 252.6
13) 10.1
14) 90.9
15) 40.4
16) 101.0
17) 10.1
18) 30.3
20) 40.4
23) 10.1
24) 70.7
88) 131.4
Missing2536 
TOTAL960100.0
609) Besides working outside of the home for pay, most adults devote time to household responsibilities and child care. On average, how much time do you spend on HOUSEHOLD RESPONSIBILITIES both on days you go to work and on days you are not working? This might include such things as cooking, cleaning, shopping, doing repairs or yard work, or keeping track of money and bills. (Please figure to the nearest half-hour) (IF YOU ARE NOT EMPLOYED OUTSIDE THE HOME, ANSWER FOR 'DAYS NOT WORKING' ONLY.) [Who does household chores in your home?] Average hours on paid working days: - [You] (WR036N2)
TOTAL%
0) 293.7
1) 24631.7
2) 22428.9
3) 11514.8
4) 638.1
5) 263.4
6) 192.4
7) 30.4
8) 162.1
9) 10.1
10) 70.9
12) 81.0
13) 30.4
14) 20.3
15) 40.5
18) 10.1
20) 30.4
24) 20.3
88) 40.5
Missing2720 
TOTAL776100.0
610) Besides working for pay outside of the home for pay, most adults devote time to household responsibilities and child care. And what about CHILD CARE? On average, how much time do you spend taking care of the routine needs of your children or grandchildren? This might include things such as feeding, dressing, bathing, comforting, playing, advising, or providing transportation to and from school or to special activities. (Please figure to the nearest half-hour) (IF YOU ARE NOT EMPLOYED OUTSIDE THE HOME, ANSWER FOR 'DAYS NOT WORKING' ONLY). Average hours on days NOT working for pay: (WR037N2)
TOTAL%
0) 18126.0
1) 7410.6
2) 8612.4
3) 639.1
4) 639.1
5) 334.7
6) 466.6
7) 172.4
8) 385.5
9) 40.6
10) 273.9
11) 30.4
12) 182.6
13) 30.4
14) 60.9
15) 20.3
16) 30.4
18) 81.1
20) 60.9
21) 20.3
24) 91.3
88) 40.6
Missing2800 
TOTAL696100.0
611) Besides working for pay outside of the home for pay, most adults devote time to household responsibilities and child care. And what about CHILD CARE? On average, how much time do you spend taking care of the routine needs of your children or grandchildren? This might include things such as feeding, dressing, bathing, comforting, playing, advising, or providing transportation to and from school or to special activities. (Please figure to the nearest half-hour) (IF YOU ARE NOT EMPLOYED OUTSIDE THE HOME, ANSWER FOR 'DAYS NOT WORKING' ONLY). [Who provides child care to co-residing children?] Average hours on paid working days: (WR038N2)
TOTAL%
0) 16231.3
1) 11722.6
2) 9418.2
3) 5210.1
4) 275.2
5) 203.9
6) 142.7
7) 40.8
8) 81.5
9) 10.2
11) 10.2
12) 61.2
14) 20.4
20) 10.2
24) 10.2
88) 71.4
Missing2979 
TOTAL517100.0
612) Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Your mother (BG020N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked28100.0
Missing3468 
TOTAL28100.0
613) Who lives with you? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY). Your father (BG021N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked22100.0
Missing3474 
TOTAL22100.0
614) Do any of your children currently have any chronic health problems or disabling conditions? (CHECK ONE) (CH111N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11721.3
2) No43278.7
Missing2947 
TOTAL549100.0
615) Finally, if you feel there are other aspects of your relationship with your 'study' son or daughter that we did not ask about, but which are important for us to know, what are they? (PLEASE EXPLAIN) (CH192N2)
TOTAL%
1) [Answered]216100.0
Missing3280 
TOTAL216100.0
616) Are both of your natural parents still living? (CHECK ONE) (PA001U2)
TOTAL%
1) No51146.3
2) Yes59253.7
Missing2393 
TOTAL1103100.0
617) If both of your natural parents are living, are they still married to each other and living together? (CHECK ONE) (PA004U2)
TOTAL%
1) No15725.8
2) Yes45274.2
Missing2887 
TOTAL609100.0
618) If your parents are not still married to each other and living together, what is the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your parents and when did these events occur? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES THEIR SITUATION NOW AND WRITE THE FIRST NAME OF THEIR SPOUSE/PARTNER.) [Current marital status] NATURAL MOTHER (PA005N2)
TOTAL%
1) Remarried to:8126.7
2) Separated from:93.0
3) Divorced from:5919.5
4) Widowed from:14748.5
5) Living with partner as though married72.3
Missing3193 
TOTAL303100.0
619) If your parents are not still married to each other and living together, what is the current marital status or living arrangement of each of your parents and when did these events occur? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES THEIR SITUATION NOW AND WRITE THE FIRST NAME OF THEIR SPOUSE/PARTNER.) [Current marital status] NATURAL FATHER (PA008N2)
TOTAL%
1) Remarried to:12267.4
2) Separated from:52.8
3) Divorced from:168.8
4) Widowed from:2815.5
5) Living with partner as though married105.5
Missing3315 
TOTAL181100.0
620) Do you have any step-parents? IF YES, please WRITE their first names and CHECK whether they are currently married to your natural mother or father. Current spouse of natural parent? [Mother] [ARDA NOTE: Labels in codebook vary from the labels in SPSS. Original SPSS files have 1=No and 2=Yes.] (PA014N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10472.2
2) No4027.8
Missing3352 
TOTAL144100.0
621) Do you have any step-parents? IF YES, please WRITE their first names and CHECK whether they are currently married to your natural mother or father. Current spouse of natural parent? [Father] [ARDA NOTE: Labels in codebook vary from the labels in SPSS. Original SPSS files have 1=No and 2=Yes.] (PA016N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8268.9
2) No3731.1
Missing3377 
TOTAL119100.0
622) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Mother: Living in a retirement community? (PA019N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52100.0
Missing3444 
TOTAL52100.0
623) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Mother: Living in a comprehensive care facility? (PA020N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25100.0
Missing3471 
TOTAL25100.0
624) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Father: Living in a retirement community? (PA027N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13100.0
Missing3483 
TOTAL13100.0
625) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Father: Living in a comprehensive care facility? (PA028N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6100.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
626) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Step-mother: Living in a retirement community? (PA023N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15100.0
Missing3481 
TOTAL15100.0
627) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Step-mother: Living in a comprehensive care facility? (PA024N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2100.0
Missing3494 
TOTAL2100.0
628) IF YOUR PARENTS AND/OR STEP-PARENTS ARE LIVING, please WRITE the city and state where they reside, and CHECK if they are living in a retirement community or in a comprehensive care facility. Step-father: Living in a retirement community? (PA031N2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
629) Taking everything into consideration, HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your parent at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) MOTHER (PA033R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close191.8
2) Not too close676.4
3) Somewhat close1019.6
4) Pretty close20819.8
5) Very close26124.8
6) Extremely close14814.1
7) Not applicable24723.5
Missing2445 
TOTAL1051100.0
630) Taking everything into consideration, HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your parent at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) STEP-MOTHER (PA034N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not close1022.2
2) Not too close48.9
3) Somewhat close1022.2
4) Pretty close920.0
5) Very close715.6
6) Extremely close48.9
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]12.2
Missing3451 
TOTAL45100.0
631) Taking everything into consideration, HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your parent at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) FATHER (PA035R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all close292.8
2) Not too close585.6
3) Somewhat close1019.8
4) Pretty close18017.4
5) Very close19218.6
6) Extremely close636.1
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]41039.7
Missing2463 
TOTAL1033100.0
632) Taking everything into consideration, HOW CLOSE do you feel is the relationship between you and your parent at this point in your life? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) STEP-FATHER (PA036N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not close715.6
2) Not too close920.0
3) Somewhat close920.0
4) Pretty close511.1
5) Very close920.0
6) Extremely close48.9
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]24.4
Missing3451 
TOTAL45100.0
633) How is COMMUNICATION between you and your parents? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your lives? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) MOTHER (PA037R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good455.6
2) Not too good728.9
3) Somewhat good11514.2
4) Pretty good19524.1
5) Very good23028.4
6) Extremely good14918.4
7) Not applicable40.5
Missing2686 
TOTAL810100.0
634) How is COMMUNICATION between you and your parents? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your lives? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) STEP-MOTHER (PA038N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good511.9
2) Not too good24.8
3) Somewhat good1126.2
4) Pretty good1433.3
5) Very good614.3
6) Extremely good49.5
Missing3454 
TOTAL42100.0
635) How is COMMUNICATION between you and your parents? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your lives? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) FATHER (PA039R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good426.7
2) Not too good599.4
3) Somewhat good12419.8
4) Pretty good17127.3
5) Very good15124.1
6) Extremely good7712.3
7) [ARDA NOTE: Unknown code]30.5
Missing2869 
TOTAL627100.0
636) How is COMMUNICATION between you and your parents? That is, how well can you exchange ideas or talk about things that really concern you at this point in your lives? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) STEP-FATHER (PA040N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not good1020.8
2) Not too good1122.9
3) Somewhat good918.8
4) Pretty good714.6
5) Very good612.5
6) Extremely good510.4
Missing3448 
TOTAL48100.0
637) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of your parent at this point in time? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) MOTHER (PA041R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not similar445.4
2) Not too similar10613.1
3) Somewhat similar21826.9
4) Pretty similar21126.0
5) Very similar17922.1
6) Extremely similar496.0
7) Not applicable, not deceased30.4
Missing2686 
TOTAL810100.0
638) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of your parent at this point in time? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) STEP-MOTHER (PA042N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all similar37.3
2) Not too similar37.3
3) Somewhat similar1434.1
4) Pretty similar1434.1
5) Very similar614.6
6) Extremely similar12.4
Missing3455 
TOTAL41100.0
639) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of your parent at this point in time? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) FATHER (PA043R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not similar406.4
2) Not too similar9014.4
3) Somewhat similar17528.1
4) Pretty similar16626.6
5) Very similar13020.9
6) Extremely similar193.0
7) Not applicable, not deceased30.5
Missing2873 
TOTAL623100.0
640) In general, HOW SIMILAR are your opinions and values about life to those of your parent at this point in time? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT, OMIT IF DECEASED) STEP-FATHER (PA044N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not similar612.8
2) Not too similar1429.8
3) Somewhat similar1225.5
4) Pretty similar714.9
5) Very similar612.8
6) Extremely similar24.3
Missing3449 
TOTAL47100.0
641) Overall, how well do you and your parents GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your lives? MOTHER (PA045R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well202.5
2) Not too well273.4
3) Somewhat well769.4
4) Pretty well15619.4
5) Very well31639.3
6) Extremely well20825.8
7) Not applicable, not deceased20.2
Missing2691 
TOTAL805100.0
642) Overall, how well do you and your parents GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your lives? STEP-MOTHER (PA046N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well37.1
3) Somewhat well614.3
4) Pretty well1126.2
5) Very well1638.1
6) Extremely well614.3
Missing3454 
TOTAL42100.0
643) Overall, how well do you and your parents GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your lives? FATHER (PA047R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well203.2
2) Not too well243.8
3) Somewhat well447.1
4) Pretty well15424.7
5) Very well22836.5
6) Extremely well15124.2
7) Not applicable, not deceased30.5
Missing2872 
TOTAL624100.0
644) Overall, how well do you and your parents GET ALONG TOGETHER at this point in your lives? STEP-FATHER (PA048N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well510.6
2) Not too well12.1
3) Somewhat well510.6
4) Pretty well1327.7
5) Very well1429.8
6) Extremely well919.1
Missing3449 
TOTAL47100.0
645) How well do you feel your parents UNDERSTAND YOU? MOTHER (PA049R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well384.7
2) Not too well749.1
3) Somewhat well13216.3
4) Pretty well26532.6
5) Very well19924.5
6) Extremely well10112.4
7) Not applicable, not deceased30.4
Missing2684 
TOTAL812100.0
646) How well do you feel your parents UNDERSTAND YOU? STEP-MOTHER (PA050N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well49.8
2) Not too well49.8
3) Somewhat well1126.8
4) Pretty well1229.3
5) Very well922.0
6) Extremely well12.4
Missing3455 
TOTAL41100.0
647) How well do you feel your parents UNDERSTAND YOU? FATHER (PA051R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well365.8
2) Not too well599.5
3) Somewhat well13020.8
4) Pretty well20733.2
5) Very well13621.8
6) Extremely well528.3
7) Not applicable, not deceased40.6
Missing2872 
TOTAL624100.0
648) How well do you feel your parents UNDERSTAND YOU? STEP-FATHER (PA052N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well817.0
2) Not too well510.6
3) Somewhat well1021.3
4) Pretty well1327.7
5) Very well817.0
6) Extremely well36.4
Missing3449 
TOTAL47100.0
649) Finally, how well do you feel YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR PARENTS? MOTHER (PA053R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well162.0
2) Not too well253.1
3) Somewhat well8110.0
4) Pretty well30537.6
5) Very well27233.5
6) Extremely well11013.6
7) Not applicable, not deceased20.2
Missing2685 
TOTAL811100.0
650) Finally, how well do you feel YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR PARENTS? STEP-MOTHER (PA054N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well12.4
2) Not too well512.2
3) Somewhat well819.5
4) Pretty well1741.5
5) Very well819.5
6) Extremely well24.9
Missing3455 
TOTAL41100.0
651) Finally, how well do you feel YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR PARENTS? FATHER (PA055R2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well172.7
2) Not too well233.7
3) Somewhat well9915.8
4) Pretty well24839.6
5) Very well16225.9
6) Extremely well7411.8
7) Not applicable, not deceased30.5
Missing2870 
TOTAL626100.0
652) Finally, how well do you feel YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR PARENTS? STEP-FATHER (PA056N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not well510.6
2) Not too well36.4
3) Somewhat well1225.5
4) Pretty well1429.8
5) Very well817.0
6) Extremely well510.6
Missing3449 
TOTAL47100.0
653) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with your parents. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say your relationship with your parents has (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH PARENT): MOTHER (PA057N2)
TOTAL%
1) Improved CONSIDERABLY22221.0
2) Improved SOMEWHAT21520.3
3) Stayed about the SAME28326.7
4) Declined SOMEWHAT575.4
5) Declined CONSIDERABLY312.9
6) Not applicable, deceased23522.2
7) Not applicable, not deceased161.5
Missing2437 
TOTAL1059100.0
654) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with your parents. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say your relationship with your parents has (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH PARENT): STEP-MOTHER (PA058N2)
TOTAL%
1) Improved CONSIDERABLY821.6
2) Improved SOMEWHAT1027.0
3) Stayed about the SAME1437.8
4) Declined SOMEWHAT25.4
5) Declined CONSIDERABLY12.7
7) Not applicable, not deceased25.4
Missing3459 
TOTAL37100.0
655) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with your parents. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say your relationship with your parents has (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH PARENT): FATHER (PA059N2)
TOTAL%
1) Improved CONSIDERABLY20019.7
2) Improved SOMEWHAT17317.1
3) Stayed about the SAME18017.8
4) Declined SOMEWHAT434.2
5) Declined CONSIDERABLY191.9
6) Not applicable, deceased37637.1
7) Not applicable, not deceased232.3
Missing2482 
TOTAL1014100.0
656) A lot can happen over the course of 10 or 12 years in your relationship with your parents. Compared to 12 years ago, would you say your relationship with your parents has (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH PARENT): STEP-FATHER (PA060N2)
TOTAL%
1) Improved CONSIDERABLY1937.3
2) Improved SOMEWHAT611.8
3) Stayed about the SAME1631.4
4) Declined SOMEWHAT35.9
5) Declined CONSIDERABLY47.8
6) Not applicable, deceased35.9
Missing3445 
TOTAL51100.0
657) Sometimes family tensions occur because adult children feel that their parents are generally irritable or difficult to get along with. How often have you felt this way about your own parents or step-parents? Would you say: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) MOTHER (PA061N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never11614.3
2) Rarely32139.5
3) Sometimes27333.6
4) Fairly often739.0
5) Very often293.6
6) Not applicable, not deceased10.1
Missing2683 
TOTAL813100.0
658) Sometimes family tensions occur because adult children feel that their parents are generally irritable or difficult to get along with. How often have you felt this way about your own parents or step-parents? Would you say: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) STEP-MOTHER (PA062N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never719.4
2) Rarely1233.3
3) Sometimes1438.9
4) Fairly often38.3
Missing3460 
TOTAL36100.0
659) Sometimes family tensions occur because adult children feel that their parents are generally irritable or difficult to get along with. How often have you felt this way about your own parents or step-parents? Would you say: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) FATHER (PA063N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never7111.1
2) Rarely23136.3
3) Sometimes23036.1
4) Fairly often7411.6
5) Very often304.7
6) Not applicable, not deceased10.2
Missing2859 
TOTAL637100.0
660) Sometimes family tensions occur because adult children feel that their parents are generally irritable or difficult to get along with. How often have you felt this way about your own parents or step-parents? Would you say: (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH PARENT) STEP-FATHER (PA064N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never920.5
2) Rarely1125.0
3) Sometimes1534.1
4) Fairly often36.8
5) Very often613.6
Missing3452 
TOTAL44100.0
661) Finally, if there are other aspects of your relationship with your MOTHER or FATHER or step-parents that we did not ask about, but which are important for us to know, what are they? (PA065U2)
TOTAL%
1) [Answered]149100.0
Missing3347 
TOTAL149100.0
662) Coder Added - Is the section completed? - Affectual Solidarity and Conflict (PA066AN2)
TOTAL%
3) [Section has at least one page unanswered]1090.9
4) [Missing data completed by respondent]19.1
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
663) During the past five years, have you and your spouse seriously discussed getting a divorce? If SO, how often? (CHECK ONE) (ML012N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never63071.2
2) Once or twice (Rarely)17319.5
3) Several times (Sometimes)596.7
4) Fairly often101.1
5) Very often131.5
Missing2611 
TOTAL885100.0
664) [Study mother] [Answers about step-mother are found in variable FF025U2] And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') IN PERSON [Mother] (FF024U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often737.0
2) Every week or so26825.5
3) Every month or so14313.6
4) Several times (Several times a year)15014.3
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)13112.5
6) Not at all434.1
7) Not applicable24123.0
Missing2447 
TOTAL1049100.0
665) And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') IN PERSON [Step-mother] (FF025U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often13.1
2) Every week or so412.5
3) Every month or so515.6
4) Several times (Several times a year)825.0
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)721.9
6) Not at all721.9
Missing3464 
TOTAL32100.0
666) And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact with study mother in the past year] BY PHONE. Mother (FF026U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often12812.4
2) Every week or so37936.6
3) Every month or so15214.7
4) Several times (Several times a year)807.7
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)333.2
6) Not at all161.5
7) Not applicable24723.9
Missing2461 
TOTAL1035100.0
667) And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') BY PHONE [Step-mother] (FF027U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often26.3
2) Every week or so1650.0
3) Every month or so515.6
4) Several times (Several times a year)39.4
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)13.1
6) Not at all515.6
Missing3464 
TOTAL32100.0
668) And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact with study mother in the past year] BY MAIL. Mother (FF028U2)
TOTAL%
2) Every week or so495.1
3) Every month or so858.8
4) Several times (Several times a year)13814.3
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)17618.3
6) Not at all19320.1
7) Not applicable32133.4
Missing2534 
TOTAL962100.0
669) And what about your PARENTS? How often during the past year were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') BY MAIL. Step-mother (FF029U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often13.6
2) Every week or so13.6
3) Every month or so13.6
4) Several times (Several times a year)828.6
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)828.6
6) Not at all828.6
7) Not applicable13.6
Missing3468 
TOTAL28100.0
670) [Study father] And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') IN PERSON [Father] (FF030U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often514.9
2) Every week or so18417.6
3) Every month or so11010.5
4) Several times (Several times a year)11911.4
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)12111.5
6) Not at all454.3
7) Not applicable41839.9
Missing2448 
TOTAL1048100.0
671) And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact in the past year] IN PERSON [Step-father] (FF031U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often26.5
2) Every week or so825.8
3) Every month or so722.6
4) Several times (Several times a year)722.6
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)26.5
6) Not at all412.9
7) Not applicable13.2
Missing3465 
TOTAL31100.0
672) And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact with study father in the past year] BY PHONE. Father (FF032U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often484.6
2) Every week or so24023.2
3) Every month or so15515.0
4) Several times (Several times a year)848.1
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)464.5
6) Not at all363.5
7) Not applicable42441.0
Missing2463 
TOTAL1033100.0
673) And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact in the past year] BY PHONE [Step-father] (FF033U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often13.3
2) Every week or so1240.0
3) Every month or so516.7
4) Several times (Several times a year)620.0
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)26.7
6) Not at all13.3
7) Not applicable310.0
Missing3466 
TOTAL30100.0
674) And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact with study father in the past year] BY MAIL. Father (FF034U2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often20.2
2) Every week or so262.6
3) Every month or so505.1
4) Several times (Several times a year)10110.2
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)12913.1
6) Not at all20520.8
7) Not applicable47348.0
Missing2510 
TOTAL986100.0
675) And what about your PARENTS? How often were you in contact with your mother/step and father/step? (CHECK ONE BOX. If answering about a STEP-PARENT, please CIRCLE 'STEP.') [Contact in the past year] BY MAIL [Step-father] (FF035U2)
TOTAL%
2) Every week or so416.0
3) Every month or so312.0
4) Several times (Several times a year)14.0
5) Once or twice (Once or twice a year)416.0
6) Not at all728.0
7) Not applicable624.0
Missing3471 
TOTAL25100.0
676) During the past year, how often were you in contact with AT LEAST ONE of your brothers or sisters-either in person, by phone, or by mail? IN PERSON (FF042N2)
TOTAL%
1) Daily or more often464.3
2) Every week or so19418.1
3) Every month or so20819.4
4) Several times a year22521.0
5) Once or twice a year21620.2
6) Not at all948.8
7) Not applicable878.1
Missing2426 
TOTAL1070100.0
677) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER) MOTHER (FF057N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied343.1
2) Not too satisfied11210.3
3) Somewhat satisfied20418.8
4) Very satisfied33831.2
5) Extremely satisfied15013.9
6) Not applicable24522.6
Missing2413 
TOTAL1083100.0
678) Taking everything into consideration, HOW SATISFIED are you with the amount of contact you have with each of your family members listed below? (CHECK ONE BOX FOR EACH FAMILY MEMBER) FATHER (FF059N2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all satisfied363.3
2) Not too satisfied1019.4
3) Somewhat satisfied16515.3
4) Very satisfied25023.2
5) Extremely satisfied10810.0
6) Not applicable41738.7
Missing2419 
TOTAL1077100.0
679) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Mother (HS005U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked70100.0
Missing3426 
TOTAL70100.0
680) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Step-mother (HS006U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1100.0
Missing3495 
TOTAL1100.0
681) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Father (HS007U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked40100.0
Missing3456 
TOTAL40100.0
682) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for routine help with HOUSEHOLD CHORES OR TRANSPORTATION? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Step-father (HS008U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked4100.0
Missing3492 
TOTAL4100.0
683) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Mother (HS024U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked202100.0
Missing3294 
TOTAL202100.0
684) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Step-mother (HS025U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked7100.0
Missing3489 
TOTAL7100.0
685) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Father (HS026U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked176100.0
Missing3320 
TOTAL176100.0
686) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to for INFORMATION AND ADVICE on how to obtain proper medical treatment, legal assistance, or help from government and social service agencies? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY TO YOU) - Step-father (HS027U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked11100.0
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
687) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Mother (HS043N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked489100.0
Missing3007 
TOTAL489100.0
688) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Step-mother (HS044N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked9100.0
Missing3487 
TOTAL9100.0
689) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Father (HS045N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked299100.0
Missing3197 
TOTAL299100.0
690) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you confide in or turn to for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT when you have a personal problem or when you want to share some very good news? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Step-father (HS046N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked11100.0
Missing3485 
TOTAL11100.0
691) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Mother (HS062U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked247100.0
Missing3249 
TOTAL247100.0
692) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Step-mother (HS063U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked3100.0
Missing3493 
TOTAL3100.0
693) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Father (HS064U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked236100.0
Missing3260 
TOTAL236100.0
694) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you rely on for FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, such as a small loan to help you out in a pinch or a larger sum of money to help you with a house or car payment, or to cover medical or educational expenses? (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY.) - Step-father (HS065U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked12100.0
Missing3484 
TOTAL12100.0
695) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) - Mother [NOTE: MAS5 is a related Time-1 question.] (HS081N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked405100.0
Missing3091 
TOTAL405100.0
696) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Step-mother (HS082N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked6100.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
697) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) - Father [NOTE: FAS5 is a related Time-1 question.] (HS083N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked268100.0
Missing3228 
TOTAL268100.0
698) We're interested in learning about the kinds of help and support people have available to them through family, friends and others. Who do you turn to when you want to DISCUSS IMPORTANT LIFE DECISIONS or FAMILY MATTERS? This might include everything from career or retirement decisions, to marital problems or childrearing issues, or the health and well-being of family members. (CHECK AS MANY AS APPLY) Step-father (HS084N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked6100.0
Missing3490 
TOTAL6100.0
699) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Study son/daughter (HS099U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked63100.0
Missing3433 
TOTAL63100.0
700) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Mother/step[mother] (HS102U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked156100.0
Missing3340 
TOTAL156100.0
701) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Household chores and transportation - Father/step[father] (HS104U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked52100.0
Missing3444 
TOTAL52100.0
702) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice? - Mother/step[mother] (HS116N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked290100.0
Missing3206 
TOTAL290100.0
703) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Information and advice? - Father/step[father] (HS118N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked105100.0
Missing3391 
TOTAL105100.0
704) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Mother/step[mother] (HS130N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked397100.0
Missing3099 
TOTAL397100.0
705) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Emotional support - Father/step[father] (HS132N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked159100.0
Missing3337 
TOTAL159100.0
706) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Mother/step[mother] (HS144U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked69100.0
Missing3427 
TOTAL69100.0
707) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Financial assistance - Father/step[father] (HS146U2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked23100.0
Missing3473 
TOTAL23100.0
708) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters? - Mother/step[mother] (HS158N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked363100.0
Missing3133 
TOTAL363100.0
709) Turning things around the other way, we'd like to know WHO DEPENDS on YOU for the types of help and support we've just been discussing. (FOR EACH ROW, CHECK AS MANY DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS AS APPLY.) WHO DEPENDS ON YOU FOR: Important life decisions and family matters? - Father/step[father] (HS160N2)
TOTAL%
1) Checked139100.0
Missing3357 
TOTAL139100.0
710) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Your mother (HS172N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never37335.8
2) Rarely23422.5
3) Sometimes13112.6
4) Fairly often292.8
5) Very often242.3
6) Not applicable25024.0
Missing2455 
TOTAL1041100.0
711) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Your step[mother] (HS173N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never2466.7
2) Rarely513.9
3) Sometimes411.1
6) Not applicable38.3
Missing3460 
TOTAL36100.0
712) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Your father (HS174N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never38237.1
2) Rarely16916.4
3) Sometimes464.5
4) Fairly often70.7
5) Very often70.7
6) Not applicable41940.7
Missing2466 
TOTAL1030100.0
713) How often do you feel that your family and friends WANT TOO MUCH from you in the way of help and support? (CHECK THE BOX THAT BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL LISTED BELOW.) Your step[father] (HS175N2)
TOTAL%
1) Never2259.5
2) Rarely718.9
3) Sometimes513.5
4) Fairly often12.7
6) Not applicable25.4
Missing3459 
TOTAL37100.0
714) On a scale of '1' to '6', how much of a 'gap' do you think there is these days among three generations within your own family? (FOR EACH GENERATION, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) You and your parents (GE010U2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever14115.0
2) Not specified38741.2
3) Not specified22824.3
4) Not specified10711.4
5) Not specified475.0
6) Very wide gap303.2
Missing2556 
TOTAL940100.0
715) On a scale of '1' to '6', how much of a 'gap' do you think there is these days among three generations within your own family? (FOR EACH GENERATION, CHECK THE BOX WHICH BEST DESCRIBES YOUR FEELINGS.) Your parents and your children (GE011U2)
TOTAL%
1) No gap whatsoever338.4
2) Not specified7118.2
3) Not specified9123.3
4) Not specified6717.1
5) Not specified7218.4
6) Very wide gap5714.6
Missing3105 
TOTAL391100.0
716) Finally, how strongly do you 'agree' or 'disagree' with the following statement? 'On the whole, I am satisfied with myself.' Do you: (CHECK ONE) (WB039U2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree41337.6
2) Somewhat agree53748.9
3) Somewhat disagree12511.4
4) Strongly disagree242.2
Missing2397 
TOTAL1099100.0
717) First, we would like to know if your parents have any chronic illnesses or disabilities? Th