Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2007

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All frequencies weighted by 259) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Respondent ID (RESPID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111888.75529.37
2) Length of survey (TIME$) (TIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL181132.717.78
3) Number of adults age 19 or older living in your household? (INTRO3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18112.130.75
4) The next few questions will ask about the information we just presented to you about the study we are conducting. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. I was given the information I needed to make informed decision about participating in this survey. Would you say you ... (IRB1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree66836.9
2) Agree102556.6
3) Neither agree or disagree653.6
4) Disagree301.7
5) Strongly disagree6.3
8) DK16.9
TOTAL1810100.0
5) The next few questions will ask about the information we just presented to you about the study we are conducting. Was the amount of information presented to you ... (IRB3)
TOTAL%
1) Too much21211.7
2) Too little995.5
3) Just right146580.8
8) DK351.9
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1812100.0
6) The next few questions will ask about the information we just presented to you about the study we are conducting. The information made me feel like my responses will be handled in a responsible manner by the researchers. Would you say you ... (IRB4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree71939.7
2) Agree101456
3) Neither agree or disagree422.3
4) Disagree15.8
5) Strongly disagree4.2
8) DK16.9
TOTAL1810100.0
7) The next few questions will ask about the information we just presented to you about the study we are conducting. Sometimes information provided in surveys can be difficult to understand. On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 is easy to understand and 5 is difficult to understand, how would you rate how easy it was to understand the information provided when we asked you to participate in this survey? (IRB5)
TOTAL%
1) Easy96753.4
2) 240122.1
3) 322812.6
4) 41206.6
5) Difficult764.2
8) DK201.1
TOTAL1812100.0
8) What is your sex? (Read only if necessary) (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male89649.5
5) Female91550.5
TOTAL1811100.0
9) Reached given number (INTRO2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1811100
TOTAL1811100.0
10) Have I reached you on your HOME phone? I mean that this is NOT a teen line or a second line used for a home business. (INTRO2A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1811100
TOTAL1811100.0
11) Please tell me how old you were on your last birthday. (AGER)
TOTAL%
19) 19502.8
20) 20603.3
21) 21311.7
22) 22412.3
23) 2310.6
24) 24241.3
25) 25251.4
26) 26181
27) 2714.8
28) 28181
29) 29301.7
30) 30362
31) 31211.2
32) 32191
33) 33291.6
34) 34452.5
35) 35392.2
36) 36412.3
37) 37543
38) 38452.5
39) 39351.9
40) 40382.1
41) 41311.7
42) 42341.9
43) 43462.5
44) 44442.4
45) 45281.5
46) 46331.8
47) 47301.7
48) 48412.3
49) 49271.5
50) 50412.3
51) 51422.3
52) 52331.8
53) 53311.7
54) 54311.7
55) 55351.9
56) 56291.6
57) 57311.7
58) 58281.5
59) 59281.5
60) 60321.8
61) 61251.4
62) 62211.2
63) 6316.9
64) 64281.5
65) 65201.1
66) 66211.2
67) 67181
68) 6815.8
69) 69231.3
70) 70181
71) 7114.8
72) 7214.8
73) 7317.9
74) 7415.8
75) 7511.6
76) 7617.9
77) 7714.8
78) 78191
79) 798.4
80) 8016.9
81) 813.2
82) 8210.6
83) 835.3
84) 849.5
85) 855.3
86) 865.3
87) 873.2
88) 884.2
89) 891.1
90) 901.1
91) 913.2
93) 931.1
96) 9600
999) REF13.7
TOTAL1811100.0
12) Marital Status (MARR)
TOTAL%
1) Married126469.8
2) Never married32317.8
3) Divorced1096
4) Widowed905
5) Separated211.2
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1810100.0
13) Living in a marriage-like relationship (COHA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8114.8
5) No46585.2
Missing1196 
TOTAL546100.0
14) How many years of schooling have you completed? (EDR)
TOTAL%
2) 21.1
3) 34.2
6) 61.1
7) 71.1
8) 8181
9) 98.4
10) 1010.6
11) 11331.8
12) 1241522.9
13) 1318510.2
14) 1429616.4
15) 151176.5
16) 1641522.9
17) 17502.8
18) 181458
19) 19281.5
20) 20211.2
21) 218.4
22) 22502.8
88) DK3.2
99) REF1.1
TOTAL1810100.0
15) Have HS diploma or GED (GEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1531.3
5) No3368.8
8) DK00
Missing1745 
TOTAL48100.0
16) What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR_1)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma372.1
2) High School Diploma49127.8
3) Some college, no degree27915.8
4) Technical/Associates/Junior College26715.1
5) Bachelors degree45725.9
6) Graduate degree23113.1
8) DK2.1
Missing66 
TOTAL1764100.0
17) Hispanic or Latino (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes492.7
5) No176097.1
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1812100.0
18) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1075.9
1) Checked170494.1
TOTAL1811100.0
19) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Black or African American (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked178198.3
1) Checked301.7
TOTAL1811100.0
20) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked178898.7
1) Checked231.3
TOTAL1811100.0
21) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - American Indian or Alaskan Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked178898.7
1) Checked231.3
TOTAL1811100.0
22) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked180799.8
1) Checked4.2
TOTAL1811100.0
23) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Some other national origin specified (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked180699.7
1) Checked5.3
TOTAL1811100.0
24) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - DK (RACE_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1811100
1) Checked00
TOTAL1811100.0
25) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - REF (RACE_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked180299.5
1) Checked9.5
TOTAL1811100.0
26) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - All done (RACE_9)
TOTAL%
1) Checked1811100
TOTAL1811100.0
27) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Hispanic (RACE_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked176897.6
1) Checked442.4
TOTAL1812100.0
28) How confident are you that? Criminal justice system can reduce crime (KB1)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all confident11613.1
2) Somewhat confident49455.9
3) Mostly confident23626.7
4) Very confident354
8) DK2.2
9) REF1.1
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
29) How confident are you that? Police can protect from violent crimes (KB2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all confident11613.1
2) Somewhat confident44450.2
3) Mostly confident26930.4
4) Very confident515.8
8) DK4.5
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
30) How confident are you that? Police can protect from property crimes (KB3)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all confident21123.9
2) Somewhat confident46552.6
3) Mostly confident17219.5
4) Very confident333.7
8) DK3.3
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
31) In its treatment of people accused of committing crime the justice system is ... (KB4)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all fair404.5
2) Somewhat fair33738.1
3) Mostly fair40545.8
4) Very fair9110.3
8) DK111.2
9) REF1.1
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
32) In its treatment of people victimized by crime the justice system is ... (KB5)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all fair556.2
2) Somewhat fair39144.3
3) Mostly fair37342.2
4) Very fair495.5
8) DK151.7
9) REF00
Missing932 
TOTAL883100.0
33) In its application of death penalty the justice system is ... (KB6)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all fair10912.3
2) Somewhat fair28832.6
3) Mostly fair30134
4) Very fair14916.9
8) DK273.1
9) REF101.1
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
34) As a source of information about crime, how reliable is the media? (KB7)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all reliable11713.2
2) Somewhat reliable48855.1
3) Mostly reliable23626.7
4) Very reliable354
8) DK8.9
9) REF1.1
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
35) As a source of information about crime, how reliable is the government? (KB8)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all reliable10211.5
2) Somewhat reliable50056.6
3) Mostly reliable24527.7
4) Very reliable182
8) DK171.9
9) REF2.2
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
36) The rate of crime in the U.S. seems to be: (KB9)
TOTAL%
1) Decreasing627
2) Staying about the same29233
3) Increasing51057.7
8) DK202.3
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
37) The rate of crime in my area seems to be: (KB10)
TOTAL%
1) Decreasing455.1
2) Staying about the same52659.4
3) Increasing30634.6
8) DK7.8
9) REF1.1
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
38) Please listen to the following choices, then tell me which you feel is the most important function of the justice system. (KB11)
TOTAL%
1) Punish offenders for their crimes25629
2) Requiring offenders to pay back their victims505.7
3) Rehabilitating offenders12814.5
4) Discouraging other people from committing crimes10812.2
5) Protecting society from offenders31936.1
8) DK182
9) REF5.6
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
39) If you could choose among the following approaches, which do you think is the best penalty for murder? (KB12)
TOTAL%
1) Death penalty38443.4
2) Life in prison without the possibility of parole38643.7
3) Prison with the possibility of parole once the offender has reformed859.6
8) DK232.6
9) REF6.7
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
40) How often do you worry about identity theft? (IDTHEFT)
TOTAL%
1) Never1156.4
2) Rarely39021.5
3) Sometimes71339.4
4) Often42123.2
5) Almost always1719.4
8) DK1.1
TOTAL1811100.0
41) How often do you personally worry about walking alone at night? (KB13)
TOTAL%
1) Never23526.6
2) Rarely26429.9
3) Sometimes20222.9
4) Often9110.3
5) Almost always829.3
8) DK101.1
9) REF00
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
42) How often do you personally worry about residence being broken into? (KB14)
TOTAL%
1) Never15317.3
2) Rarely32937.2
3) Sometimes30634.6
4) Often768.6
5) Almost always212.4
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
43) How often do you personally worry about getting robbed? (KB15V)
TOTAL%
1) Never18220.6
2) Rarely37442.3
3) Sometimes26129.5
4) Often596.7
5) Almost always8.9
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
44) How often do you personally worry about being sexually assaulted? (KB16)
TOTAL%
1) Never42948.5
2) Rarely29633.4
3) Sometimes12414
4) Often283.2
5) Almost always8.9
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
45) How often do you personally worry about getting murdered? (KB17)
TOTAL%
1) Never39344.5
2) Rarely35440
3) Sometimes9610.9
4) Often313.5
5) Almost always8.9
8) DK2.2
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
46) How often do you personally worry about someone in your family becoming a victim of crime? (KB18)
TOTAL%
1) Never788.8
2) Rarely18621
3) Sometimes43048.6
4) Often14516.4
5) Almost always445
8) DK2.2
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
47) In the past year, have you been a victim of any crime? (KB19)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11212.7
5) No77187.2
8) DK1.1
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
48) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you read a newspaper? (KB20)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18114.282.63
49) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you read or watch news on the internet? (KB21)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18113.252.85
50) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you watch local TV news? (KB22)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18114.972.40
51) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you watch TV news? (KB23)
TOTAL%
0) 013315
1) 1849.5
2) 28910.1
3) 3829.3
4) 4809
5) 510712.1
6) 6424.8
7) 726730.2
88) DK00
99) REF00
Missing932 
TOTAL884100.0
52) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you watch TV crime dramas? (KB24)
TOTAL%
0) 033537.8
1) 115117
2) 213415.1
3) 39811.1
4) 4616.9
5) 5475.3
6) 6141.6
7) 7424.7
88) DK4.5
Missing932 
TOTAL886100.0
53) We are interesting in knowing how often people read newspapers, use the Internet, and watch TV. For each of the following questions please tell me how many days in an average week you do each on a scale of 0 to 7 days. How many days in an average week do you watch non-fictional programs about crime? (KB25)
TOTAL%
0) 035239.8
1) 123726.8
2) 211513
3) 3768.6
4) 4242.7
5) 5364.1
6) 65.6
7) 7343.8
88) DK6.7
Missing932 
TOTAL885100.0
54) Now we have a few questions about fishing? have you ever fished in Nebraska? (F1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes133373.6
5) No47726.3
8) DK2.1
TOTAL1812100.0
55) From January 1, 2007, to today, how many days did you ... go fishing in Nebraska? (GP4)
TOTAL%
0) 070352.7
1) 1947.1
2) 21118.3
3) 3634.7
4) 4433.2
5) 5554.1
6) 6151.1
7) 7161.2
8) 86.5
9) 93.2
10) 10413.1
12) 12282.1
14) 143.2
15) 15181.4
16) 1600
18) 181.1
20) 20312.3
21) 214.3
23) 237.5
24) 241.1
25) 253.2
30) 30272
35) 354.3
36) 361.1
40) 4011.8
45) 452.2
50) 50151.1
56) 561.1
60) 603.2
75) 754.3
90) 904.3
100) 1007.5
105) 1052.2
150) 1501.1
180) 1801.1
300) 3001.1
888) DK3.2
Missing510 
TOTAL1333100.0
56) From January 1, 2007, to today, how many days did you ... go fishing outside the state of Nebraska? (GP4A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.359.03
57) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Don't like to fish (F2_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked75063.3
1) Checked43536.7
Missing511 
TOTAL1185100.0
58) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Other things to do with spare time (F2_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked88574.7
1) Checked29925.3
Missing511 
TOTAL1184100.0
59) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Health problems/Disability (F2_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked113495.7
1) Checked514.3
Missing511 
TOTAL1185100.0
60) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-No one to fish with (F2_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked112895.2
1) Checked574.8
Missing511 
TOTAL1185100.0
61) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Fishing is too costly (F2_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked117599.2
1) Checked10.8
Missing511 
TOTAL1185100.0
62) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Pollution (F2_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked117198.9
1) Checked131.1
Missing511 
TOTAL1184100.0
63) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Not enough places to fish (F2_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked116698.5
1) Checked181.5
Missing511 
TOTAL1184100.0
64) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-Other-specify (F2_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked80267.7
1) Checked38232.3
Missing511 
TOTAL1184100.0
65) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-DK (F2_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked117098.7
1) Checked151.3
Missing511 
TOTAL1185100.0
66) What is the main reason you chose not to fish in Nebraska in 2007-REF (F2_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked1184100
Missing511 
TOTAL1184100.0
67) Overall, how satisfied were you with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007? (F3)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied12019.1
2) Satisfied39062.2
3) NEUTRAL/NO OPINION101.6
4) Dissatisfied8814
5) Very dissatisfied182.9
9) REF1.2
Missing1300 
TOTAL627100.0
68) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Too few fish (F3A_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked6353.4
1) Checked5546.6
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
69) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Fish too small (F3A_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked10791.5
1) Checked108.5
Missing1709 
TOTAL117100.0
70) Why were dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Pollution, poor water quality (F3A_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked10689.8
1) Checked1210.2
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
71) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Poor access to water because of drought (F3A_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked10993.2
1) Checked86.8
Missing1709 
TOTAL117100.0
72) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Too many other anglers (F3A_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked11597.5
1) Checked32.5
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
73) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Too costly (F3A_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked11698.3
1) Checked21.7
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
74) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-Other-specify (F3A_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked6353.4
1) Checked5546.6
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
75) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-DK (F3A_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked11799.2
1) Checked1.8
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
76) Why were you dissatisfied with your fishing experiences in Nebraska in 2007-REF (F3A_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked11698.3
1) Checked21.7
Missing1709 
TOTAL118100.0
77) Do you have a Nebraska fishing permit for 2007? (F8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44270.4
5) No18128.8
8) DK4.6
9) REF1.2
Missing1300 
TOTAL628100.0
78) What type of Nebraska fishing permit did you have in 2007?\V (F8A)
TOTAL%
1) Resident annual fish30769.8
2) Resident 3-day fish296.6
3) Resident hunt/fish combination5312
4) Lifetime fish112.5
5) Lifetime hunt & fish173.9
7) Fee-exempt age 70+71.6
8) Fee-exempt age 65+ veteran81.8
13) Resident 1-day fish4.9
88) DK4.9
Missing1433 
TOTAL440100.0
79) Did you have a Nebraska fishing permit in 2006? (F9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44424.5
5) No134874.4
8) DK191
TOTAL1811100.0
80) In general, do you approve or disapprove of legal fishing? (FISH8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly approve66036.4
2) Approve107959.5
3) Disapprove442.4
4) Strongly disapprove8.4
8) DK16.9
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1812100.0
81) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Fishing should continue to be a legal activity. (FISH9A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree52758.4
2) Agree33336.9
3) Disagree182
4) Strongly disagree161.8
8) DK91
Missing892 
TOTAL903100.0
82) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Fishing should be made illegal. (FISH9B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree6.7
2) Agree202.2
3) Disagree30833.9
4) Strongly disagree56962.7
8) DK4.4
9) REF1.1
Missing919 
TOTAL908100.0
83) Next I would like to ask some questions about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please keep in mind that I will be referring to the roads of the state highway system, not the roads of your city or county. Thinking about the highways in the state of Nebraska, how satisfied are you with the 'condition' of these roads? (R1)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied31417.3
2) Somewhat satisfied109460.4
3) Somewhat dissatisfied31617.5
4) Very dissatisfied713.9
8) DK15.8
9) REF00
TOTAL1810100.0
84) Thinking of just the major highway routes of the state, how satisfied are you with snow and ice removal by the Department of Roads? (R2)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied62134.3
2) Somewhat satisfied97353.7
3) Somewhat dissatisfied1568.6
4) Very dissatisfied14.8
8) DK452.5
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1811100.0
85) Thinking only of the employees of the Department of Roads, not those of highways contractors, the county, or city, what is your overall impression of the employees of the Department of Roads? (R3)
TOTAL%
1) Very favorable27215
2) Favorable129071.2
3) Unfavorable794.4
4) Very unfavorable7.4
8) DK1618.9
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1812100.0
86) Have you had contact with an employee of the Department of Roads within the past year? (R4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39521.8
5) No140477.5
8) DK13.7
TOTAL1812100.0
87) Would you say the employee was very courteous, somewhat courteous, not very courteous, or not at all courteous? (R5)
TOTAL%
1) Very courteous23158.6
2) Courteous13935.3
3) Not very courteous82
4) Not at all courteous143.6
8) DK2.5
9) REF00
Missing1411 
TOTAL394100.0
88) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement ... The Department of Roads is doing a good job of building and maintaining the state highway system. (R6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23212.8
2) Agree126669.9
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE392.2
4) Disagree22912.6
5) Strongly disagree281.5
8) DK17.9
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1812100.0
89) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement ... Motor fuel taxes should be spent for transportation-related highway improvements and maintenance. (R10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree51428.4
2) Agree107159.1
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE331.8
4) Disagree1468.1
5) Strongly disagree10.6
8) DK341.9
9) REF4.2
TOTAL1812100.0
90) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement ... Support higher gasoline taxes to maintain the condition of existing highway system. (R11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60933.6
5) No117364.8
8) DK261.4
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1811100.0
91) Next, I would like to read some statements about the Nebraska Department of Roads. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each statement ... Support higher gasoline taxes to 'improve' the condition of the state highway system. (R12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63134.8
5) No115063.5
8) DK251.4
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1811100.0
92) Safety of the motoring public is a priority of the Department of Roads. Thinking only of state highways, how satisfied are you with the Department of Roads in providing you with a safe transportation system? Would you say you are: (RS3)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied42823.6
2) Somewhat satisfied122767.8
3) Somewhat dissatisfied1025.6
4) Very dissatisfied321.8
8) DK221.2
TOTAL1811100.0
93) How safe do you feel when you have to drive through a construction work zone on Nebraska highways? Would you say you feel: (RS2)
TOTAL%
1) Very safe61634
2) Somewhat safe93751.7
3) Somewhat unsafe23312.9
4) Very unsafe16.9
8) DK9.5
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1812100.0
94) In the past 12 months, have you stopped at one of Nebraska's I-80 rest area? (RA1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes96353.2
5) No83946.3
8) DK9.5
TOTAL1811100.0
95) How safe do you feel when using Nebraska's I-80 rest areas? Would you say you feel: (RA1A)
TOTAL%
1) Very safe47949.7
2) Somewhat safe42043.6
3) Somewhat unsafe444.6
4) Very unsafe181.9
8) DK2.2
9) REF00
Missing875 
TOTAL963100.0
96) While visiting Nebraska I-80 rest areas, have you used the video display that provides weather and road condition information? (RA1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes37338.8
5) No58861.1
8) DK1.1
Missing875 
TOTAL962100.0
97) How useful was the video display to you? would you say... (RA1B_A)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful15240.9
2) Somewhat useful18950.8
3) Not very useful277.3
4) Not at all useful2.5
8) DK2.5
Missing1447 
TOTAL372100.0
98) Overall, how would you compare Nebraska's I-80 rest areas to rest areas in other states? would you say Nebraska's rest areas are ... (RA2)
TOTAL%
1) Much better19310.7
2) Somewhat better30616.9
3) About the same95652.8
4) Somewhat worse1508.3
8) DK20411.3
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1811100.0
99) Some states offer free WiFi or Wireless Internet Access at their rest areas. If Nebraska were to provide this service at their rest areas, how likely would you be to use it? (RA3)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely20511.3
2) Somewhat likely32117.7
3) Not very likely47326.1
4) Not at all likely80544.5
8) DK7.4
9) REF00
TOTAL1811100.0
100) Nebrask's 511 Traveler Information System provides statewide, up-to-date road and weather condition information via the Internet and telephone. Have you used this system via Internet? (RA4A1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36220
5) No144279.6
8) DK7.4
TOTAL1811100.0
101) Nebraska's 511 Traveler Information System provides statewide, up-to-date road and weather condition information via the Internet and telephone. Have you used this system via the toll-free number? (RA4A2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes56331.1
5) No124168.6
8) DK6.3
TOTAL1810100.0
102) Nebraska's 511 Traveler Information System provides statewide, up-to-date road and weather condition information via the Internet and telephone. How often have you used the system in the past year? (RA4B)
TOTAL%
0) None375.1
1) One to four times52571.8
2) Five to ten times9212.6
3) More than 10 times557.5
8) DK223
9) REF00
Missing1056 
TOTAL731100.0
103) Nebraska's 511 Traveler Information System provides statewide, up-to-date road and weather condition information via the Internet and telephone. How useful was the information you received from the 511 system? (RA4C)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful42658
2) Somewhat useful27737.7
3) Not very useful233.1
4) Not at all useful4.5
8) DK4.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL734100.0
104) Has information from the 511 system ever affected your travel plans or caused you to change the route you took to get to your destination? (RA4D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43359.2
5) No29039.6
8) DK91.2
Missing1056 
TOTAL732100.0
105) Overall, would you say your feelings about the Department of Roads are generally very positive, somewhat positive, somewhat negative, or very negative? (RI1)
TOTAL%
1) Very positive44924.8
2) Somewhat positive124368.6
3) Somewhat negative894.9
4) Very negative16.9
8) DK14.8
TOTAL1811100.0
106) Now I'd like to know a little bit about your household. Including yourself, how many adults age 19 and older in your household? (ADULTS)
TOTAL%
0) 03.2
1) 123813.1
2) 2120266.3
3) 324513.5
4) 4995.5
5) 516.9
6) 64.2
99) REF5.3
TOTAL1812100.0
107) How many children ages five and younger live in your household? (KID0TO5)
TOTAL%
0) 0145080
1) 121411.8
2) 21186.5
3) 3231.3
4) 41.1
9) 91.1
99) REF5.3
TOTAL1812100.0
108) How many children ages six to twelve live in your household? (KID6TO12)
TOTAL%
0) 0140977.8
1) 121211.7
2) 21468.1
3) 3351.9
4) 42.1
5) 51.1
9) 91.1
99) REF5.3
TOTAL1811100.0
109) How many children ages 13 to 18 live in your household? (KIDS13UP)
TOTAL%
0) 0140477.5
1) 128415.7
2) 21065.9
3) 311.6
9) 91.1
99) REF5.3
TOTAL1811100.0
110) Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm21011.6
2) Open country, not a farm1518.3
3) Town or city144880
8) DK2.1
TOTAL1811100.0
111) Do you live in or near [town]? (COMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes179399
5) No17.9
8) DK1.1
TOTAL1811100.0
112) How many years have you lived here? (in this county) (LIVE)
TOTAL%
0) 0271.5
1) 1412.3
2) 2643.5
3) 3794.4
4) 4522.9
5) 5854.7
6) 6351.9
7) 7402.2
8) 8472.6
9) 9191.1
10) 10633.5
11) 11301.7
12) 12362
13) 13251.4
14) 14301.7
15) 15512.8
16) 16301.7
17) 17281.6
18) 18412.3
19) 19553
20) 20864.8
21) 21301.7
22) 22201.1
23) 23231.3
24) 24191.1
25) 25442.4
26) 26211.2
27) 27221.2
28) 28271.5
29) 2914.8
30) 30553
31) 3114.8
32) 32281.6
33) 33351.9
34) 34211.2
35) 35321.8
36) 36221.2
37) 3714.8
38) 38181
39) 399.5
40) 40492.7
41) 4110.6
42) 4215.8
43) 4315.8
44) 4413.7
45) 4517.9
46) 4611.6
47) 4710.6
48) 48191.1
49) 498.4
50) 50231.3
51) 5112.7
52) 5211.6
53) 5313.7
54) 547.4
55) 5512.7
56) 569.5
57) 578.4
58) 5815.8
59) 597.4
60) 6013.7
61) 613.2
62) 622.1
63) 632.1
64) 645.3
65) 655.3
66) 664.2
67) 673.2
68) 681.1
69) 695.3
70) 705.3
71) 712.1
72) 723.2
73) 732.1
74) 744.2
75) 752.1
76) 763.2
77) 774.2
78) 782.1
79) 793.2
80) 803.2
81) 811.1
82) 821.1
83) 832.1
84) 841.1
85) 852.1
86) 8600
87) 8700
88) 881.1
91) 911.1
97) 9700
888) DK3.2
999) REF2.1
TOTAL1806100.0
113) Born in (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska115964
2) Another state59733
3) Foreign country553
TOTAL1811100.0
114) Still living in the same residence as you were two years ago (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes158387.4
5) No22812.6
TOTAL1811100.0
115) All things considered, would you say that your community is safer from crime, about as safe, or not as safe as it was two years ago? (SAFE)
TOTAL%
1) Safer from crime1328.3
2) About as safe113071.4
3) Not as safe32020.2
8) DK1.1
Missing174 
TOTAL1583100.0
116) Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? Would you say you are ... (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied25514.1
2) Satisfied112762.2
3) Dissatisfied29216.1
4) Very dissatisfied1156.3
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied9.5
8) DK9.5
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1812100.0
117) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. My family has enough money to afford the kind of home we need. (FS1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree53329.4
2) Agree105258.1
3) Disagree1639
4) Strongly disagree482.7
8) DK2.1
9) REF13.7
TOTAL1811100.0
118) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of clothing we need. (FS2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree54830.3
2) Agree114263.1
3) Disagree894.9
4) Strongly disagree211.2
8) DK1.1
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1811100.0
119) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of food we need (FS3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree59132.6
2) Agree113662.7
3) Disagree593.3
4) Strongly disagree15.8
8) DK2.1
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1811100.0
120) The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree. We have enough money to afford the kind of medical care we need (FS4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree45725.2
2) Agree95252.5
3) Disagree27715.3
4) Strongly disagree1096
8) DK9.5
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1812100.0
121) During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? Would you say ... (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty744.1
2) Quite a bit of difficulty754.1
3) Some difficulty30216.7
4) A little difficulty46925.9
5) No difficulty at all87748.4
8) DK4.2
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1811100.0
122) Think again over the past 12 months. Generally, at the end of each month did you end up with ... (FS6)
TOTAL%
1) More than enough money left25514.1
2) Some money left over78043
3) Just enough to make ends meet51828.6
4) Almost enough to make ends meet1075.9
5) Not enough to make ends meet1136.2
8) DK211.2
9) REF181
TOTAL1812100.0
123) Taking all things together, how would you say you are these days? Would you say you are ... (GHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy62934.7
2) Pretty happy106158.6
3) Not too happy1065.9
8) DK12.7
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1811100.0
124) Would you say that your overall health and wellbeing is excellent, good, fair, or poor? (SCWELL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent58832.5
2) Good94051.9
3) Fair23713.1
4) Poor392.2
8) DK4.2
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1811100.0
125) How would you rate your hearing? Would you say it is ... (HEAR)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent59332.7
2) Good79343.8
3) Fair33218.3
4) Poor915
8) DK00
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1811100.0
126) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt sad. (SAD)
TOTAL%
0) No days101155.8
1) 134419
2) 225314
3) 3734
4) 4442.4
5) 5191
6) 64.2
7) Every day, all week462.5
8) DK9.5
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1811100.0
127) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt hopeful about the future. (HOPE)
TOTAL%
0) No days1347.4
1) 1724
2) 21779.8
3) 31659.1
4) 41347.4
5) 51809.9
6) 61216.7
7) Every day, all week79043.6
8) DK311.7
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1811100.0
128) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt you were as good as other people. (GOOD)
TOTAL%
0) No days402.2
1) 1291.6
2) 2482.7
3) 3814.5
4) 4844.6
5) 51397.7
6) 6884.9
7) Every day, all week125269.1
8) DK351.9
9) REF15.8
TOTAL1811100.0
129) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt bothered by things. (BOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) No days97153.6
1) 133218.3
2) 223713.1
3) 31035.7
4) 4462.5
5) 5492.7
6) 610.6
7) Every day, all week462.5
8) DK10.6
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1812100.0
130) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week you felt lonely. (LONELY)
TOTAL%
0) No days137375.8
1) 11397.7
2) 21075.9
3) 3663.6
4) 4291.6
5) 5291.6
6) 66.3
7) Every day, all week522.9
8) DK2.1
9) REF9.5
TOTAL1812100.0
131) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you had trouble keeping your mind on what you were doing. (MIND)
TOTAL%
0) No days91150.3
1) 118510.2
2) 223012.7
3) 31498.2
4) 4744.1
5) 5583.2
6) 615.8
7) Every day, all week1689.3
8) DK10.6
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1810100.0
132) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt that everything you did was an effort. (EFFORT)
TOTAL%
0) No days78543.3
1) 123813.1
2) 218510.2
3) 31206.6
4) 4713.9
5) 5693.8
6) 6311.7
7) Every day, all week28715.8
8) DK14.8
9) REF11.6
TOTAL1811100.0
133) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt fearful. (FEARFUL)
TOTAL%
0) No days146680.9
1) 11407.7
2) 2824.5
3) 3241.3
4) 417.9
5) 5201.1
6) 612.7
7) Every day, all week402.2
8) DK2.1
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1813100.0
134) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you talked less than usual. (TALK)
TOTAL%
0) No days132973.4
1) 11699.3
2) 21558.6
3) 3452.5
4) 4281.5
5) 5351.9
6) 68.4
7) Every day, all week201.1
8) DK13.7
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1810100.0
135) Now, I am going to read some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Please tell me the number of days in the past week that you felt depressed. (FELT)
TOTAL%
0) No days134874.5
1) 119911
2) 21166.4
3) 3412.3
4) 412.7
5) 5251.4
6) 65.3
7) Every day, all week492.7
8) DK6.3
9) REF9.5
TOTAL1810100.0
136) Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full time job106658.9
2) Working a part time job(s)33118.3
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work211.2
5) Retired19110.6
6) In school251.4
7) Keeping house1307.2
8) Disabled351.9
9) Other-specify10.6
99) REF1.1
TOTAL1810100.0
137) Do you currently work at all for a wage? (WORK)
TOTAL%
5) No41699.8
9) REF1.2
Missing1263 
TOTAL417100.0
138) Are you currently seeking employment? (SEEK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5012
5) No36687.8
9) REF1.2
Missing1263 
TOTAL417100.0
139) ARE you currently taking courses for college credit? (STUD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1598.8
5) No164991.1
8) DK1.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1810100.0
140) What kind of school are you enrolled in? Are you enrolled in a ... (COLL)
TOTAL%
1) Community college4528.3
2) A state university5232.7
3) A 4-year private college or university1710.7
4) A 4-year state college3421.4
5) Other-specify116.9
Missing1728 
TOTAL159100.0
141) Do you consider yourself to be permanently retired? (RET)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30140.4
5) No43458.3
8) DK91.2
9) REF1.1
Missing970 
TOTAL745100.0
142) Were you ever employed for as long as one year? (EEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36587.5
5) No5112.2
9) REF1.2
Missing1263 
TOTAL417100.0
143) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, NOT including the time you travel to and from work? (WHRS)
TOTAL%
1) 15.4
2) 24.3
3) 31.1
4) 45.4
5) 55.4
6) 613.9
7) 75.4
8) 8151.1
9) 98.6
10) 10151.1
12) 129.6
14) 143.2
15) 15201.4
16) 164.3
17) 171.1
18) 183.2
19) 191.1
20) 20765.4
21) 212.1
22) 221.1
23) 232.1
24) 24201.4
25) 25362.6
27) 273.2
28) 284.3
30) 30614.4
32) 3212.9
33) 333.2
34) 342.1
35) 35453.2
36) 36141
37) 373.2
38) 38181.3
39) 392.1
40) 4034324.6
41) 41141
42) 42322.3
43) 438.6
44) 447.5
45) 4514410.3
46) 468.6
47) 478.6
48) 48231.6
50) 501379.8
51) 512.1
52) 528.6
54) 544.3
55) 55654.7
56) 564.3
57) 572.1
58) 581.1
59) 591.1
60) 60765.4
63) 631.1
64) 6400
65) 6511.8
68) 6800
70) 70201.4
72) 721.1
75) 7511.8
80) 8010.7
84) 843.2
85) 853.2
86) 8600
88) 882.1
90) 902.1
95) 951.1
96) 962.1
100) 100 hours or more5.4
888) DK151.1
Missing548 
TOTAL1395100.0
144) Do you use a computer at your workplace, at school, at home, or anywhere else on at least an occasional basis? (TECHUSE1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes157286.9
5) No23713.1
8) DK1.1
TOTAL1810100.0
145) How would you rate your ability to use computers? Would you say your ability is ... (TECHUSE2)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent42923.7
2) Good70338.8
3) Fair38721.4
4) Poor28115.5
8) DK9.5
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1812100.0
146) Have you ever accessed the State of Nebraska's Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes54430
5) No126269.7
8) DK2.1
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1811100.0
147) Why did you access the State of Nebraska's Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1A)
TOTAL%
1) Personal safety5710.5
2) Safety of family or friends24845.7
3) Job obligation5610.3
4) Curiosity or personal interest15528.5
5) Other244.4
8) DK2.4
9) REF1.2
Missing1325 
TOTAL543100.0
148) Why didn't you access the State of Nebraska's Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1B)
TOTAL%
1) Heard it from someone else584.6
2) No access to the Internet13410.6
3) Got information from another source19915.7
4) No interest74458.7
5) Other1189.3
8) DK131
9) REF1.1
Missing486 
TOTAL1267100.0
149) Currently, the State of Nebraska has housing restrictions against convicted sex offenders living within 500 feet of a daycare center or school. In your opinion: (SOR2)
TOTAL%
1) No housing restrictions502.8
2) Some housing restrictions but 500 feet is too much482.6
3) 500 is about right56531.2
4) 500 feet is not enough108359.8
8) DK593.3
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1812100.0
150) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of care in nursing homes? Would you say the care provided is: (NH1)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality1007.5
2) Moderately high quality70352.4
3) Moderately low quality31523.5
4) Very low quality685.1
8) DK15111.3
9) REF5.4
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
151) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Do you think the care provided in nursing homes today is better than, worse than, or about the same as it was five years ago? (NH2)
TOTAL%
1) Better than43232.2
2) About the same as60445
3) Worse than1339.9
8) DK16912.6
9) REF3.2
Missing201 
TOTAL1341100.0
152) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] If a loved one became chronically ill or disabled, how willing would you be to have that person cared for in a nursing home? Would you be... (NH3)
TOTAL%
1) Very willing26219.5
2) Somewhat willing59844.6
3) Somewhat unwilling29522
4) Very unwilling15311.4
8) DK322.4
9) REF2.1
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
153) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement ... The nursing home in your local community provides higher quality care than those in other parts of the country. (NH4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree13610.1
2) Agree63247.1
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE/NEUTRAL987.3
4) Disagree17413
5) Strongly disagree413.1
8) DK25819.2
9) REF3.2
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
154) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement ... If I ever need 24 hour nursing care, I would rather receive care by trained staff in a nursing home than to be dependent upon family members to take care of me. (NH5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23017.2
2) Agree59944.7
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE/NEUTRAL443.3
4) Disagree31323.4
5) Strongly disagree1128.4
8) DK392.9
9) REF3.2
Missing201 
TOTAL1340100.0
155) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement ... Nursing homes are usually treated fairly by newspaper and television reports. (NH6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree695.1
2) Agree79959.5
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE/NEUTRAL473.5
4) Disagree24718.4
5) Strongly disagree372.8
8) DK14110.5
9) REF2.1
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
156) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement ... Once a person enters a nursing home, he or she is there for life. (NH7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree987.3
2) Agree50537.6
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE/NEUTRAL171.3
4) Disagree59644.4
5) Strongly disagree957.1
8) DK282.1
9) REF3.2
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
157) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Next I'd like to read a series of statements about nursing homes. Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement ... Patients lose many of their rights, such as the right to vote or to make choices, when they move into the nursing home. (NH8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree433.2
2) Agree26719.9
3) NEITHER AGREE OR DISAGREE/NEUTRAL352.6
4) Disagree70452.5
5) Strongly disagree18413.7
8) DK1047.8
9) REF4.3
Missing201 
TOTAL1341100.0
158) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] How familiar are you with assisted living facilities? Would you say... (NH11)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar29622.1
2) Somewhat familiar64247.8
3) Not too familiar37628
4) Have never heard of assisted living facilities231.7
8) DK5.4
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
159) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Compared to nursing home residents, would you say most people living in assisted living facilities are healthier, about the same as, or sicker than nursing home residents (NH12)
TOTAL%
1) Healthier than nursing home residents100675.1
2) About the same as nursing home residents21315.9
3) Sicker than nursing home residents251.9
8) DK947
9) REF2.1
Missing201 
TOTAL1340100.0
160) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of assisted living facilities? Would you say the care provided is (NH13)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality23617.6
2) Moderately high quality90067.1
3) Moderately low quality443.3
4) Very low quality6.4
8) DK14811
9) REF8.6
Missing201 
TOTAL1342100.0
161) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] How involved are people who live in assisted living facilities in their community? Would you say they are very involved, somewhat involved, not too involved, or not at all involved in the community in which they live (NH14)
TOTAL%
1) Very involved1037.7
2) Somewhat involved74855.8
3) Not too involved30923
4) Not at all involved342.5
8) DK14310.7
9) REF4.3
Missing201 
TOTAL1341100.0
162) [If respondent is under age 35, skip to BALL1A] Based on what you know or have heard, would you be very willing, somewhat willing, somewhat unwilling, or very unwilling to have a loved one cared for in an assisted living facility (NH15)
TOTAL%
1) Very willing49136.6
2) Somewhat willing67350.2
3) Somewhat unwilling755.6
4) Very unwilling352.6
8) DK644.8
9) REF2.1
Missing201 
TOTAL1340100.0
163) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? Family Services (BALL1A_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25496.6
1) Checked93.4
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
164) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? YMCA (BALL1A_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26199.6
1) Checked1.4
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
165) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? YWCA (BALL1A_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26098.9
1) Checked31.1
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
166) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? Lincoln Parks and Recreation (BALL1A_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26199.6
1) Checked1.4
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
167) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? Lancaster County Health Department (BALL1A_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25898.1
1) Checked51.9
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
168) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? Lincoln Action Program (BALL1A_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24994.7
1) Checked145.3
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
169) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? Other (BALL1A_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked5520.9
1) Checked20879.1
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
170) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? None (BALL1A_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked22987.4
1) Checked3312.6
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
171) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? DK (BALL1A_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24994.7
1) Checked145.3
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
172) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide food subsidies for women, infants, and children, what organizations come to mind? REF (BALL1A10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked263100
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
173) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? Family Service (BALL1B_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24794.3
1) Checked155.7
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
174) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? YMCA (BALL1B_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked19975.7
1) Checked6424.3
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
175) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? YWCA (BALL1B_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25295.8
1) Checked114.2
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
176) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? Lincoln Parks and Recreation (BALL1B_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24894.3
1) Checked155.7
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
177) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? Lancaster County Health Department (BALL1B_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked263100
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
178) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? Lincoln Action Program (BALL1B_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25295.8
1) Checked114.2
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
179) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? Other (BALL1B_7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked14655.7
1) Checked11644.3
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
180) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? None (BALL1B_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked21481.7
1) Checked4818.3
Missing1545 
TOTAL262100.0
181) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? DK (BALL1B_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked22585.6
1) Checked3814.4
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
182) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] When you think of the Lincoln-area organizations that provide before-and- after-school activities at the school for parents who work, what organizations come to mind? REF (BALL1B10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked263100
1) Checked00
Missing1545 
TOTAL263100.0
183) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] Have heard of an organization in Lincoln called Family Service? (BALL2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14560.4
5) No9439.2
8) DK1.4
Missing1572 
TOTAL240100.0
184) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] How familiar are you with Family Service? (BALL3)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all familiar7444
2) Somewhat familiar8450
3) Very familiar106
Missing1624 
TOTAL168100.0
185) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] Have you heard of the Women, Infants and Children program, called WIC? (BALL4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7683.5
5) No1516.5
Missing1709 
TOTAL91100.0
186) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] Were you aware that Family Service is one of the providers of the Women, Infants and Children program in Lincoln? (BALL5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4052.6
5) No3647.4
Missing1720 
TOTAL76100.0
187) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] Have you heard of any before-and-after-school programs that take care of children before and after school for working parents? (BALL6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6875.6
5) No2022.2
8) DK22.2
Missing1709 
TOTAL90100.0
188) [If respondent does not reside in Lancaster County, skip to SEMP] Were you aware that Family Service is one of the providers of a before-and-after school program in Lincoln? (BALL7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4870.6
5) No2029.4
Missing1736 
TOTAL68100.0
189) Does (your husband/your wife/the primary income earner in your household) typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (SEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job85167.3
2) Working a part-time job(s)13010.3
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work3.2
5) Retired15212
6) In school6.5
7) Keeping house1018
8) Other-specify9.7
9) Disabled10.8
88) DK1.1
99) REF2.2
Missing615 
TOTAL1265100.0
190) Was (he/she) [Spouse] ever employed for as long as one year? (SEEM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27296.1
5) No93.2
8) DK1.4
9) REF1.4
Missing1490 
TOTAL283100.0
191) Now I would like to ask you some questions about your home. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home301.7
2) Detached single family house161789.2
3) Townhouse/Condominium512.8
4) Apartment/Duplex1116.1
5) Other - specify2.1
8) DK1.1
TOTAL1812100.0
192) Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, are you buying it, or do you rent? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright82145.3
2) Buying76542.2
3) Renting19911
4) Other - specify9.5
5) Provided as a part of job/wages10.6
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1811100.0
193) Regardless of whether you now attend religious services, do you identify with any particular religious tradition, denomination, or church? (P81)
TOTAL%
1) Yes155385.8
5) No25314
8) DK00
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1811100.0
194) Do you consider yourself to be an atheist, an agnostic, just not religious, or something else? (P82)
TOTAL%
1) Atheist176.6
2) Agnostic4818.5
3) Not religious10841.7
4) Other - something else7629.3
8) DK51.9
9) REF51.9
Missing1608 
TOTAL259100.0
195) Do you consider yourself to be a Protestant, a Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? (P83)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant103766.8
2) Catholic48030.9
3) Jewish13.8
4) Muslim1.1
5) Other - something else211.4
8) DK1.1
Missing203 
TOTAL1553100.0
196) With what religious tradition, denomination, or church do you most closely identify? (P84)
TOTAL%
1) Adventist/Seventh-day Adventist6.6
4) Assemblies of God8.8
6) Baptist686.5
10) Catholic3.3
12) Christian or just Christian13613.1
15) Church of Christ141.3
20) Congregational101
22) Episcopalian212
26) Evangelical Free Church403.8
36) Jehovah's Witnesses6.6
38) Just Protestant4.4
39) Latter-day Saints/Mormon8.8
40) Lutheran34733.4
41) Mennonite5.5
42) Methodist20119.3
48) Native American3.3
52) Pentecostal111.1
53) Presbyterian777.4
58) Unitarian-Universalist9.9
59) United Church of Christ161.5
65) Other - something else434.1
88) DN3.3
99) REF1.1
Missing704 
TOTAL1040100.0
197) With which Adventist group are you most closely associated? Is it Seventh-day Adventist, Advent Christian, or some other Adventist group? (P84A)
TOTAL%
1) Seventh-day Adventist4100
Missing1806 
TOTAL4100.0
198) With which Baptist group are you most closely associated? Is it Southern Baptist Convention, the American Baptist Churches in the USA, the American Baptist Association, the National Baptist Convention USA, an independent Baptist church, or some other Baptist group? (P84C)
TOTAL%
1) American Baptist Association69.7
2) American Baptist Churches in the USA711.3
12) General Baptist11.6
13) Independent Baptist1016.1
14) Just Baptist11.6
16) National Baptist Convention of America, Inc.11.6
23) Southern Baptist Convention2641.9
26) Other Baptist34.8
88) DK711.3
Missing1748 
TOTAL62100.0
199) With which Methodist group are you most closely associated? Is that the United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church, or some other Methodist group? (P84D)
TOTAL%
2) African Methodist Episcopal Zion1.5
5) Just Methodist21
6) United Methodist/United Methodist Church18395.8
8) Other Methodist1.5
88) DK42.1
99) REF00
Missing1579 
TOTAL191100.0
200) With which Presbyterian group are you most closely associated? Is that the Presbyterian Church in the USA, Presbyterian Church in America, or some other Presbyterian group? (P84E)
TOTAL%
2) Bible Presbyterian Church22.7
4) Evangelical Presbyterian Church11.4
5) Just Presbyterian79.5
7) Presbyterian Church in America912.2
8) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)4256.8
10) Other Presbyterian56.8
88) DK810.8
Missing1726 
TOTAL74100.0
201) With which Lutheran group are you most closely associated? Is that the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Synod, or some other Lutheran group? (P84F)
TOTAL%
1) American Lutheran Church113.3
2) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America10933
5) Lutheran Church in America61.8
6) Just Lutheran51.5
7) Missouri Synod17151.8
8) Wisconsin Synod154.5
9) Other Lutheran61.8
88) DK72.1
Missing1461 
TOTAL330100.0
202) With which Congregational group are you most closely associated? Is that the United Church of Christ, just a Congregational church, or some other congregational group (P84I)
TOTAL%
1) Bible Church110
2) Conservative Congregational Christian110
4) Just Congregational Church220
5) United Church of Christ660
Missing1797 
TOTAL10100.0
203) When you say you are 'Christian,' do you mean you are associated with the Christian Church-Disciples of Christ, some other Christian group, or do you mean you are just a 'Christian?' (P84J)
TOTAL%
1) Christian Church-Disciples of Christ78.9
2) Just Christian6177.2
3) Other Christian group1012.7
88) DK11.3
Missing1734 
TOTAL79100.0
204) With which Church of Christ group are you most closely associated? Is that the Church of Christ, the Church of God in Christ, the United Church of Christ, or some other Church of Christ group? (P84K)
TOTAL%
1) Church of Christ753.8
2) Church of God in Christ215.4
3) United Church of Christ323.1
5) Other Church of Christ17.7
Missing1798 
TOTAL13100.0
205) With which Pentecostal group are you most closely associated? (P84N)
TOTAL%
2) Assembly of God555.6
5) Church of God in Christ111.1
7) Church of God of Anderson, Indiana222.2
14) Just Pentecostal111.1
Missing1801 
TOTAL9100.0
206) Thinking about your own religious faith, would you describe yourself as a (P85)
TOTAL%
1) Fundamentalist769.9
2) Evangelical14518.8
3) Mainline Protestant25132.6
4) Theologically liberal Protestant12015.6
5) Other/None of the above405.2
88) DK13417.4
99) REF4.5
Missing962 
TOTAL770100.0
207) Thinking about your own faith and identity, would you describe yourself as (P86)
TOTAL%
1) Traditional Catholic18638.5
2) Moderate Catholic18538.3
3) Liberal Catholic10120.9
4) Other/None of the above51
88) DK4.8
99) REF2.4
Missing1340 
TOTAL483100.0
208) Thinking about your own faith and identity, would you describe yourself as (P87)
TOTAL%
1) Orthodox Jew17.7
2) Conservative Jew753.8
3) Reform Jew538.5
Missing1800 
TOTAL13100.0
209) How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week1167.5
2) Once a week70645.5
3) Nearly every week19212.4
4) About once a month16410.6
5) Several times a year20713.3
6) About once a year845.4
7) Less than once a year322.1
8) Never503.2
88) DK2.1
99) REF00
Missing203 
TOTAL1553100.0
210) About how often do you pray? [Scale starts at 1 - Never] (PRAY_A)
TOTAL%
1) Never9210.2
2) Less than once a week475.2
3) Once a week9710.7
4) Several times a week20622.8
5) Once a day20722.9
6) Several times a day24326.9
88) DK8.9
99) REF5.6
Missing896 
TOTAL905100.0
211) About how often do you pray [Scale starts at 1 - Several times a day] (PRAY_D)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day26729.4
2) Once a day26729.4
3) Several times a week18620.5
4) Once a week707.7
5) Less than once a week616.7
6) Never505.5
88) DK3.3
99) REF4.4
Missing915 
TOTAL908100.0
212) How often have you read the Bible in the last year? [Scale starts at 1 - Never] (RDWORD_A)
TOTAL%
1) Never31334.7
2) Less than once a week22124.5
3) Once a week15717.4
4) Several times a week10411.5
5) Once a day778.5
6) Several times a day212.3
88) DK4.4
99) REF4.4
Missing943 
TOTAL901100.0
213) How often have you read the Bible in the last year [Scale starts at 1 - Several times a day] (RDWORD_D)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a day212.3
2) Once a day738
3) Several times a week11312.4
4) Once a week11212.3
5) Less than once a week26529.2
6) Never31634.8
88) DK6.7
99) REF3.3
Missing868 
TOTAL909100.0
214) Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat46125.4
2) Republican83846.2
3) Independent39121.6
4) Other-SPECIFY935.1
8) DK12.7
9) REF17.9
TOTAL1812100.0
215) Liberal and conservative are terms often used to describe people's beliefs about politics and government. In general, do you see yourself politically as very liberal, liberal, middle-of-the-road, conservative, very conservative, or something else? (POLI)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal351.9
2) Liberal25714.2
3) Middle-of-the-road65536.1
4) Conservative57331.6
5) Very conservative1669.2
6) Other-specify482.6
8) DK603.3
9) REF181
TOTAL1812100.0
216) Do you have access to the Internet for personal use either at home, at work, or someplace else? (NET1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes162089.5
5) No19110.5
TOTAL1811100.0
217) Do you or anyone in your household have (cellular telephone service) a cellular telephone? (AL3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes160288.5
5) No20911.5
9) REF00
TOTAL1811100.0
218) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you prefer to participate in ... (MODE1)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home121.4
2) An interview on your home phone38343.5
3) An interview on your cell phone4.5
4) A paper survey sent by mail20523.3
5) A survey on the Internet24427.7
8) DK232.6
9) REF91
Missing927 
TOTAL880100.0
219) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you find it most convenient to participate in ... (MODE2)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home121.4
2) An interview on your home phone35139.9
3) An interview on your cell phone6.7
4) A paper survey sent by mail20423.2
5) A survey on the Internet28031.9
8) DK192.2
9) REF7.8
Missing927 
TOTAL879100.0
220) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you be most comfortable answering questions in ... (MODE3)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home111.3
2) An interview on your home phone38143.3
3) An interview on your cell phone4.5
4) A paper survey sent by mail21023.9
5) A survey on the Internet24227.5
8) DK273.1
9) REF5.6
Missing927 
TOTAL880100.0
221) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you find it most enjoyable answering questions in ... (MODE4)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home232.6
2) An interview on your home phone42848.6
3) An interview on your cell phone3.3
4) A paper survey sent by mail18120.6
5) A survey on the Internet20923.8
8) DK283.2
9) REF8.9
Missing927 
TOTAL880100.0
222) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you be most comfortable answering questions in ... (MODE3_2)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home151.6
2) An interview on your home phone44047.3
3) An interview on your cell phone91
4) A paper survey sent by mail24726.5
5) A survey on the Internet18119.4
8) DK192
9) REF202.1
Missing884 
TOTAL931100.0
223) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you find it most enjoyable answering questions in ... (MODE4_2)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home293.1
2) An interview on your home phone47150.5
3) An interview on your cell phone2.2
4) A paper survey sent by mail18820.2
5) A survey on the Internet20221.7
8) DK192
9) REF212.3
Missing884 
TOTAL932100.0
224) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you prefer to participate in ... (MODE1_2)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home111.2
2) An interview on your home phone44547.8
3) An interview on your cell phone3.3
4) A paper survey sent by mail22023.6
5) A survey on the Internet21723.3
8) DK161.7
9) REF192
Missing884 
TOTAL931100.0
225) If you received a request to do another survey like this one, would you find it most convenient to participate in ... (MODE2_2)
TOTAL%
1) An in-person interview at your home8.9
2) An interview on your home phone38441.3
3) An interview on your cell phone101.1
4) A paper survey sent by mail23525.3
5) A survey on the Internet26628.6
8) DK101.1
9) REF171.8
Missing884 
TOTAL930100.0
226) Is your total family income $20,000 or more, or less than $20,000 (INCM)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more155285.7
5) Less than $20,0001367.5
8) DK593.3
9) REF653.6
TOTAL1812100.0
227) [If INCM is 1 ($20,000 or more)] I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (INC)
TOTAL%
5) $20,000-$24,999583.7
6) $25,000-$29,999674.3
7) $30,000-$39,99919312.4
8) $40,000-$49,99919312.4
9) $50,000-$59,99920713.3
10) $60,000-$74,99919112.3
11) $75,000-$100,00025916.7
12) $100,000 or more29218.8
88) DK221.4
99) REF704.5
Missing347 
TOTAL1552100.0
228) [If INCM is 5 (Less than $20,000)] I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (INCO)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,0001813.2
2) $5,000-$9,9992921.3
3) $10,000-$14,9993223.5
4) $15,000-$19,9994835.3
88) DK64.4
99) REF32.2
Missing1595 
TOTAL136100.0
229) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
1911) 191100
1914) 19141.1
1915) 19151.1
1916) 19163.2
1917) 19171.1
1918) 19181.1
1919) 19194.2
1920) 19204.2
1921) 19213.2
1922) 19224.2
1923) 19238.4
1924) 19247.4
1925) 19256.3
1926) 19267.4
1927) 192713.7
1928) 192811.6
1929) 192914.8
1930) 1930181
1931) 193117.9
1932) 193213.7
1933) 193316.9
1934) 193411.6
1935) 193515.8
1936) 193616.9
1937) 1937181
1938) 193816.9
1939) 1939241.3
1940) 194016.9
1941) 1941231.3
1942) 1942181
1943) 1943241.3
1944) 1944191
1945) 1945211.2
1946) 1946231.3
1947) 1947261.4
1948) 1948341.9
1949) 1949271.5
1950) 1950311.7
1951) 1951261.4
1952) 1952412.3
1953) 1953271.5
1954) 1954311.7
1955) 1955331.8
1956) 1956422.3
1957) 1957392.1
1958) 1958311.7
1959) 1959362
1960) 1960382.1
1961) 1961281.5
1962) 1962311.7
1963) 1963432.4
1964) 1964522.9
1965) 1965281.5
1966) 1966251.4
1967) 1967351.9
1968) 1968472.6
1969) 1969372
1970) 1970472.6
1971) 1971402.2
1972) 1972462.5
1973) 1973462.5
1974) 1974351.9
1975) 1975211.2
1976) 1976211.2
1977) 1977311.7
1978) 1978271.5
1979) 1979221.2
1980) 1980191
1981) 198116.9
1982) 1982191
1983) 1983301.7
1984) 198411.6
1985) 1985382.1
1986) 1986362
1987) 1987532.9
1988) 1988321.8
1989) 1989231.3
9999) REF181
TOTAL1815100.0
230) We are in the process of putting together a list of people who are willing to be contacted in the future to be a part of additional social research projects. Would you be willing to be contacted again by researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to participate in a similar research study? (WEB)
TOTAL%
1) Yes139977.3
5) No39621.9
8) DK16.9
TOTAL1811100.0
231) [If WEB is 1 (Yes)] Great! Many times we contact people through the Internet to conduct surveys. Would you be willing to provide an e-mail address we could use to let you know about additional research opportunities? (WEB2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes64546.1
5) No74153
8) DK7.5
9) REF5.4
Missing441 
TOTAL1398100.0
232) Interviewer - how would you rate the quality of the information obtained in this interview? (F1QUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent - no problems at all154785.4
2) Good - a few problems but overall quality good21011.6
3) Fair - a number of problems but overall acceptable372
4) Poor - many problems, overall quality open to question17.9
TOTAL1811100.0
233) Interview not in respondent's native language (LOWQUAL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26299.2
1) Checked2.8
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
234) Hearing problems (hearing loss or background noise) (LOWQUAL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked18670.2
1) Checked7929.8
Missing1512 
TOTAL265100.0
235) Interruptions or distractions (LOWQUAL3)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked21079.5
1) Checked5420.5
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
236) Poor phone connection (LOWQUAL4)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24693.2
1) Checked186.8
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
237) Lack of mental or physical competency (LOWQUAL5)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25094.3
1) Checked155.7
Missing1512 
TOTAL265100.0
238) Infirm (too weak or ill) (LOWQUAL6)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26198.9
1) Checked31.1
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
239) Intoxication (LOWQUAL7)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked26298.9
1) Checked31.1
Missing1512 
TOTAL265100.0
240) Respondent was rushed (LOWQUAL8)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24793.6
1) Checked176.4
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
241) Respondent did not take interview seriously (LOWQUAL9)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked24191.3
1) Checked238.7
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
242) Respondent did not understand the meaning of the questions (LOWQUA10)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked21380.7
1) Checked5119.3
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
243) Respondent was offended by the interview (LOWQUA11)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25496.2
1) Checked103.8
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
244) Respondent may not be truthful - Someone else may have been listening (LOWQUA12)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25696.6
1) Checked93.4
Missing1512 
TOTAL265100.0
245) Respondent may not be truthful - Someone was within hearing distance (LOWQUA13)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked25797.3
1) Checked72.7
Missing1512 
TOTAL264100.0
246) Other - specify (LOWQUA14)
TOTAL%
0) Not checked16863.4
1) Checked9736.6
Missing1512 
TOTAL265100.0
247) This respondent enjoyed taking this survey. (RENJOY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree91350.4
2) Agree64935.8
3) Neither agree or disagree19210.6
4) Disagree492.7
5) Strongly disagree8.4
TOTAL1811100.0
248) I enjoyed interviewing this respondent. (IENJOY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree110060.7
2) Agree52428.9
3) Neither agree or disagree1387.6
4) Disagree392.2
5) Strongly disagree10.6
TOTAL1811100.0
249) Dr. Olson mode question random number (RN4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.510.50
250) Intro type random number (RN5)
TOTAL%
1) Short65035.9
2) Long57331.6
3) Medium58832.5
TOTAL1811100.0
251) Dr. Kort-Butler kb question random number (RN6)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.500.50
252) Fisheries question random number (RN7)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.500.50
253) Dr. Schwadel ascending question random number (RN8)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.500.50
254) Dr. Schwadel question random number (RN9)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18111.500.50
255) Designated R random number (XR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL181149.6229.27
256) Number of Adults in household - INTRO3 and ADULTS combined (ADULTHH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18112.150.77
257) Region (REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central22612.5
2) Midland72840.2
3) Northern21812
4) Southeast43924.3
5) Southwest1096
6) Panhandle905
TOTAL1810100.0
258) Age category (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 19-2421512
2) 25-4466236.8
3) 45-6461134
4) 65 or more30917.2
Missing15 
TOTAL1797100.0
259) Weight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.87
260) Household weight (HWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18110.750.54
261) Overall income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
0) DK or REF22412.4
1) Under $5,000181
2) $5,000-$9,999291.6
3) $10,000-$14,999321.8
4) $15,000-$19,999482.7
5) $20,000-$24,999583.2
6) $25,000-$29,999673.7
7) $30,000-$39,99919310.7
8) $40,000-$49,99919310.7
9) $50,000-$59,99920711.4
10) $60,000-$74,99919110.5
11) $75,000-$99,99925914.3
12) $100,000 or more29216.1
TOTAL1811100.0
262) Age recode (AGERECODE) (AGERECOD)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 2421511.9
2) 25 to 3425514.1
3) 35 to 4440822.5
4) 45 to 6461133.7
5) 65 and older30917.1
999) REF13.7
TOTAL1811100.0
263) Age category (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19-2421512
2) 25-4466236.8
3) 45-6461134
4) 65 or more30917.2
Missing15 
TOTAL1797100.0
264) What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school diploma/No diploma52729.9
2) Some college, no degree27915.8
3) Technical/Associates/Junior College26715.2
4) Bachelors degree45726
5) Graduate degree23113.1
Missing69 
TOTAL1761100.0
265) What is your sex? (Read only if necessary) (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male89649.5
5) Female91550.5
TOTAL1811100.0
266) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Central22612.5
2) Midland72840.2
3) Northern21812
4) Southeast43924.3
5) Southwest1096
6) Panhandle905
TOTAL1810100.0
267) Overall income (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $20,0001278
2) $20,000-$29,9991257.9
3) $30,000-$49,99938624.3
4) $50,000-$74,99939825.1
5) $75,000-$99,99925916.3
6) $100,000 or more29218.4
Missing252 
TOTAL1587100.0
268) Marital Status (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married126469.9
2) Never married32317.9
3) Divorced/Separated1317.2
4) Widowed905
Missing6 
TOTAL1808100.0