Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2008

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


All frequencies weighted by 359) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Respondent ID (RESPNUM$) (RESPNUM)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18141827.99490.53
2) What is your sex? (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male89949.6
5) Female91550.4
TOTAL1814100.0
3) To begin, have you driven a vehicle in the past year? (DRVBHV1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes176697.4
5) No482.6
8) DK00
TOTAL1814100.0
4) The next few questions ask about your experiences with driving and how you make decisions when driving. First, when you are driving (on a clear day with light traffic), and the traffic light turns yellow when you are about half a football field (150 feet) away from the intersection, would you say you most often: (DRVBHV2)
TOTAL%
1) Speed up522.9
2) Keep going at your current speed1307.4
3) Slow down156888.8
8) DK14.8
9) REF1.1
Missing73 
TOTAL1765100.0
5) The next few questions ask about your experiences with driving and how you make decisions when driving. When you are driving during bad weather, such as heavy snow or rain, and the traffic light turns yellow when you are about half a football field (150 feet) away from the intersection, would you say you most often: (DRVBHV3)
TOTAL%
1) Speed up5.3
2) Keep going at your current speed1076.1
3) Slow down163192.4
8) DK211.2
9) REF2.1
Missing73 
TOTAL1766100.0
6) When you are close to a car in front of you, and the traffic light turns yellow when you are about half a football field (150 ft) away from the intersection, would you say you most often: (DRVBHV4)
TOTAL%
1) Change lanes to make it through the light16.9
2) Do the same as the car in front of you1277.2
3) Brake or slow down161491.4
8) DK7.4
9) REF2.1
Missing73 
TOTAL1766100.0
7) Based on your driving experiences, when the traffic light turns yellow at about half a football field (150 feet) from the intersection, would you say that most other drivers: (DRVBHV5)
TOTAL%
1) Speed up80345.5
2) Keep going at your current speed44225
3) Slow down42424
8) DK945.3
9) REF2.1
Missing73 
TOTAL1765100.0
8) If your car could help you make a decision about how to proceed at a yellow light, what information would you find most helpful? Would it be information about: (DRVBHV6)
TOTAL%
1) How much to speed up or slow down to proceed safely48227.3
2) Whether a typical driver in the same situation would stop or go at this intersection1126.3
3) How much time is left before the light changes to red99656.4
4) Other824.6
8) DK854.8
9) REF10.6
Missing73 
TOTAL1767100.0
9) Do you think that the amount of time a light stays yellow varies between traffic lights and intersections? (DRVBHV7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes123570
5) No43324.5
8) DK975.5
9) REF00
Missing73 
TOTAL1765100.0
10) Do you change how you proceed through yellow lights depending on the traffic light or intersection you are driving through? (DRVBHV7A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60649
5) No60849.2
8) DK211.7
9) REF1.1
Missing660 
TOTAL1236100.0
11) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statement. I do not think others drive as safely as they should when they are using their cell phones. (CELL7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree103657.1
2) Agree70438.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree8.4
4) Disagree502.8
5) Strongly disagree11.6
8) DK4.2
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1814100.0
12) Do you have a cell phone for personal use? (CELL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes158687.5
5) No22312.3
8) DK4.2
TOTAL1813100.0
13) How often is your cell phone turned on? Would you say: (CELL2)
TOTAL%
1) Always82251.9
2) Most of the time41826.4
3) Some of the time16510.4
4) Rarely1046.6
5) Only when you make a call724.5
6) Never00
88) DK4.3
Missing333 
TOTAL1585100.0
14) Thinking about all the phone calls you make and receive on a regular basis, would you say that you use your cell phone more, less, or about the same as your regular (landline) home phone? (CELL3)
TOTAL%
1) Use cell phone more75847.8
2) Use cell phone less58336.8
3) Use cell phone about the same24315.3
8) DK2.1
Missing333 
TOTAL1586100.0
15) In the next 12 months, how likely are you to stop using your regular (landline) home phone and switch instead to using only a cell phone? (CELL4)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely1608.8
2) Somewhat likely22912.6
3) Not very likely47025.9
4) Not at all likely94552.1
7) No landline, cell only6.3
8) DK5.3
TOTAL1815100.0
16) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Money (CELL5_1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked40447.1
1) Checked45452.9
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
17) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Saves me time (CELL5_2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked83597.3
1) Checked232.7
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
18) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Mobility (Phone goes wherever I go) (CELL5_3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked69480.9
1) Checked16419.1
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
19) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Number portability (CELL5_4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked83196.9
1) Checked273.1
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
20) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Reduction unsolicited/unknown calls (CELL5_5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked81895.2
1) Checked414.8
Missing1070 
TOTAL859100.0
21) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Privacy (CELL5_6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked84398.1
1) Checked161.9
Missing1070 
TOTAL859100.0
22) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Advanced features (downloads, applications) (CELL5_7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked82596
1) Checked344
Missing1070 
TOTAL859100.0
23) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Emergency features (CELL5_8)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked82796.4
1) Checked313.6
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
24) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Other, specify (CELL5_9)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked56666
1) Checked29234
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
25) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Don't know (CELL5_10)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked82095.5
1) Checked394.5
Missing1070 
TOTAL859100.0
26) What factors will impact your decision to switch to using only a cell phone? - Refused (CELL5_11)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked85599.7
1) Checked3.3
Missing1070 
TOTAL858100.0
27) Thinking about your cell phone, do you think of it as something you could live without, would miss but could live without, or could not live without (CELL6)
TOTAL%
1) Could live without43027.1
2) Would miss but could live without76948.5
3) Could not live without38424.2
8) DK2.1
9) REF1.1
Missing333 
TOTAL1586100.0
28) Please tell me how old you were on your last birthday. (AGER)
TOTAL%
19) 19563.1
20) 20422.3
21) 2112.7
22) 22693.8
23) 23301.7
24) 24422.3
25) 25191
26) 266.3
27) 27221.2
28) 28181
29) 29261.4
30) 30321.8
31) 31351.9
32) 32301.7
33) 33221.2
34) 34402.2
35) 35422.3
36) 36271.5
37) 37372
38) 38311.7
39) 39271.5
40) 40452.5
41) 41331.8
42) 42462.5
43) 43472.6
44) 44331.8
45) 45281.5
46) 46241.3
47) 47191
48) 48321.8
49) 49341.9
50) 50241.3
51) 51372
52) 52331.8
53) 53382.1
54) 54351.9
55) 55311.7
56) 56311.7
57) 57412.3
58) 58392.2
59) 59221.2
60) 60301.7
61) 61271.5
62) 62341.9
63) 63321.8
64) 64181
65) 65261.4
66) 66201.1
67) 67181
68) 6815.8
69) 6913.7
70) 70181
71) 7117.9
72) 72201.1
73) 7313.7
74) 7415.8
75) 7517.9
76) 7613.7
77) 7715.8
78) 7815.8
79) 7913.7
80) 808.4
81) 8113.7
82) 829.5
83) 8312.7
84) 847.4
85) 859.5
86) 864.2
87) 873.2
88) 883.2
89) 891.1
90) 902.1
91) 912.1
92) 921.1
93) 931.1
94) 941.1
96) 9600
99) 991.1
888) DK2.1
999) REF6.3
TOTAL1811100.0
29) Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (MARR)
TOTAL%
1) Married126769.8
2) Never Married31617.4
3) Divorced1327.3
4) Widowed935.1
5) Separated5.3
6) Married, living apart00
8) DK1.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1815100.0
30) Are you currently living with someone in a marriage-like relationship? (COHA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15027.4
5) No39572.1
8) DK1.2
9) REF2.4
Missing1172 
TOTAL548100.0
31) How many years of schooling have you completed? (EDR)
TOTAL%
1) 1st grade1.1
2) 2nd grade00
4) 4th grade4.2
7) 7th grade1.1
8) 8th grade8.4
9) 9th grade7.4
10) 10th grade13.7
11) 11th grade16.9
12) 12th grade40722.4
13) College freshperson1397.7
14) College sophomore32718
15) College junior1116.1
16) College senior41022.6
17) 1st year grad school623.4
18) 2nd year grad school1628.9
19) 3rd year grad school543
20) 4th year grad school291.6
21) 5th year grad school11.6
22) 6th year grad school452.5
88) DK5.3
99) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
32) Do you have a high school diploma or GED Certificate? (GEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1639
5) No2561
Missing1766 
TOTAL41100.0
33) What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR_1)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma201.1
2) High school diploma/GED52429.6
3) Some college, but no degree25414.3
4) Technical/Associate/Junior college24713.9
5) Bachelors degree47026.5
6) Graduate degree25414.3
8) DK4.2
9) REF00
Missing48 
TOTAL1773100.0
34) Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes382.1
5) No177097.5
8) DK6.3
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1815100.0
35) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked824.5
1) Checked173295.5
TOTAL1814100.0
36) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Black or African American (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked178798.5
1) Checked271.5
TOTAL1814100.0
37) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked180699.6
1) Checked8.4
TOTAL1814100.0
38) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - American Indian or Alaska Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked178798.5
1) Checked271.5
TOTAL1814100.0
39) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked181199.8
1) Checked3.2
TOTAL1814100.0
40) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Other, specify (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked180499.4
1) Checked10.6
TOTAL1814100.0
41) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - DK (RACE_7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked181199.8
1) Checked3.2
TOTAL1814100.0
42) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - REF (RACE_8)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked180699.6
1) Checked8.4
TOTAL1814100.0
43) What race or races do you consider yourself to be? - Hispanic/Latino (RACE_10)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked54295.6
1) Checked254.4
Missing1248 
TOTAL567100.0
44) Including yourself, how many adults age 19 and older live in your household? (ADULTS)
TOTAL%
0) 09.5
1) 123913.2
2) 2120366.4
3) 324113.3
4) 41176.5
5) 52.1
6) 62.1
88) DK00
TOTAL1813100.0
45) How many children do you have? (HAVEKIDS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18142.141.70
46) How many children live in your household? (HHKIDS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18140.971.27
47) How many children ages five and younger live in your household? (KID0TO5)
TOTAL%
0) 051058.8
1) 123627.2
2) 210512.1
3) 3131.5
4) 41.1
99) REF3.3
Missing1216 
TOTAL868100.0
48) How many children ages six to twelve live in your household? (KID6TO12)
TOTAL%
0) 047755
1) 122025.4
2) 212414.3
3) 3323.7
4) 4111.3
99) REF3.3
Missing1216 
TOTAL867100.0
49) How many children ages 13 to 18 live in your household? (KIDS13UP)
TOTAL%
0) 052160.1
1) 120723.9
2) 211713.5
3) 3182.1
4) 41.1
99) REF3.3
Missing1216 
TOTAL867100.0
50) Do any teenagers in your household have a cell phone? (TCELL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes17281.9
5) No3717.6
7) Shared1.5
Missing1637 
TOTAL210100.0
51) Do any of the teenagers in your household play games on the cell phone? (TCELL2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes5129.5
5) No11264.7
8) Don't know105.8
Missing1662 
TOTAL173100.0
52) Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, in a town or city (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm1236.8
2) Open country, but not a farm18210
3) Town or city150482.9
8) DK5.3
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1815100.0
53) Do you live in or near [town]? (COMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes179999.2
5) No14.8
TOTAL1813100.0
54) How many years have you lived here? (in this county) (LIVE)
TOTAL%
0) 014.8
1) 1301.7
2) 2502.8
3) 3392.2
4) 4563.1
5) 5633.5
6) 6543
7) 7402.2
8) 8482.7
9) 9482.7
10) 10603.3
11) 11372
12) 12522.9
13) 13492.7
14) 14191
15) 15351.9
16) 16201.1
17) 1717.9
18) 18311.7
19) 19633.5
20) 201498.2
21) 2113.7
22) 22191
23) 23452.5
24) 24181
25) 25502.8
26) 26271.5
27) 279.5
28) 28271.5
29) 29291.6
30) 30563.1
31) 3116.9
32) 3217.9
33) 33201.1
34) 34201.1
35) 35512.8
36) 36221.2
37) 37181
38) 3815.8
39) 399.5
40) 40482.7
41) 4111.6
42) 42191
43) 4310.6
44) 449.5
45) 45181
46) 465.3
47) 4711.6
48) 4811.6
49) 4912.7
50) 50281.5
51) 518.4
52) 5212.7
53) 5312.7
54) 546.3
55) 558.4
56) 565.3
57) 577.4
58) 588.4
59) 597.4
60) 60181
61) 617.4
62) 623.2
63) 638.4
64) 647.4
65) 657.4
66) 664.2
67) 672.1
68) 682.1
69) 693.2
70) 703.2
71) 713.2
72) 724.2
73) 732.1
74) 743.2
75) 753.2
76) 762.1
77) 772.1
78) 782.1
79) 792.1
80) 802.1
81) 8100
82) 822.1
83) 832.1
84) 841.1
85) 852.1
88) 881.1
89) 8900
90) 901.1
91) 9100
94) 9400
888) DK1.1
999) REF1.1
TOTAL1810100.0
55) Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska114062.8
2) Another state63635.1
3) Foreign country362
8) DK2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
56) Are you still living in the same residence as you were two years ago? (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes168793.1
5) No1266.9
8) DK00
9) REF00
TOTAL1813100.0
57) 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 crime774.6
2) About as safe122272.4
3) Not as safe38122.6
8) DK8.5
Missing120 
TOTAL1688100.0
58) Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? Would you say you are: (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied19610.8
2) Satisfied114363
3) Dissatisfied35819.7
4) Very dissatisfied955.2
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied16.9
8) DK2.1
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1813100.0
59) My family has enough money to afford the kind of home we need. (FS1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree46325.5
2) Agree113362.4
3) Disagree1407.7
4) Strongly disagree673.7
8) DK5.3
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1815100.0
60) We have enough money to afford the kind of clothing we need. (FS2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree48526.8
2) Agree120666.5
3) Disagree894.9
4) Strongly disagree261.4
8) DK3.2
9) REF4.2
TOTAL1813100.0
61) We have enough money to afford the kind of food we need. (FS3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49727.4
2) Agree124868.8
3) Disagree553
4) Strongly disagree10.6
8) DK1.1
9) REF4.2
TOTAL1815100.0
62) We have enough money to afford the kind of medical care we need. (FS4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree40022.1
2) Agree107159
3) Disagree24513.5
4) Strongly disagree894.9
8) DK4.2
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1814100.0
63) During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? Would you say: (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty553
2) Quite a bit of difficulty583.2
3) Some difficulty27014.9
4) A little difficulty46725.7
5) No difficulty at all95752.7
8) DK2.1
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1816100.0
64) 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 left29416.2
2) Some money left over75641.7
3) Just enough to make ends meet55830.7
4) Almost enough to make ends meet894.9
5) Not enough to make ends meet975.3
8) DK11.6
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1815100.0
65) If a disaster were to take place in your community, which state best describes you: (SVN1)
TOTAL%
1) You have a plan with specific details about what you would do in case of a disaster27615.2
2) You have thought about a plan but do not have specific details81845.1
3) You have not thought about a plan71039.1
8) DK8.4
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
66) How important do you think it is for your household to have an emergency preparedness kit? (SVN2)
TOTAL%
1) Very important78343.1
2) Somewhat important82545.5
3) Not very important1649
4) Not at all important362
8) DK6.3
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1815100.0
67) Does your household an emergency preparedness kit with supplies to help you, your family and pets in a disaster or emergency? (SVN3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, a specific30917
2) Yes, but not a specific kit46525.6
3) No103857.2
8) DK1.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1814100.0
68) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Water (SVN4_1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked31540.6
1) Checked46059.4
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
69) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Food (SVN4_2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked25332.6
1) Checked52267.4
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
70) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Clothing (SVN4_3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked64082.7
1) Checked13417.3
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
71) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Blankets (SVN4_4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked48662.8
1) Checked28837.2
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
72) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Flashlight (SVN4_5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked26734.5
1) Checked50765.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
73) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Radio (SVN4_6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked46660.2
1) Checked30839.8
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
74) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Medicine/First aid supplies (SVN4_7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked39150.5
1) Checked38349.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
75) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Candles (SVN4_8)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked63281.5
1) Checked14318.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
76) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Supplies for personal needs (bathroom) (SVN4_9)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked67286.8
1) Checked10213.2
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
77) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Money/Cash (SVN4_10)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked71892.8
1) Checked567.2
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
78) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Important documents (SVN4_11)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked70891.5
1) Checked668.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL774100.0
79) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Pet specific supplies such as vaccination records, licenses (SVN4_12)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked73695
1) Checked395
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
80) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Leases/Kennels, food, medicine (SVN4_13)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked72593.5
1) Checked506.5
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
81) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Other, specify (SVN4_14)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked65284.3
1) Checked12115.7
Missing1058 
TOTAL773100.0
82) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -DK (SVN4_15)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked76598.7
1) Checked101.3
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
83) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -REF (SVN4_16)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked77499.9
1) Checked1.1
Missing1056 
TOTAL775100.0
84) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Heat sources/Matches (SVN4_17)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked53895.2
1) Checked274.8
Missing1239 
TOTAL565100.0
85) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Generators (SVN4_18)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked54198.4
1) Checked91.6
Missing1255 
TOTAL550100.0
86) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? -Batteries (SVN4_19)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked52489.3
1) Checked6310.7
Missing1222 
TOTAL587100.0
87) What sort of supplies do you have in your emergency preparedness kit? - Fire extinguishers (SVN4_20)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked53896.9
1) Checked173.1
Missing1254 
TOTAL555100.0
88) Have you attended any trainings or local events in the past year that talked about ways to be prepared in case a disaster happens in your community? (SVN5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25714.2
5) No155785.8
TOTAL1814100.0
89) Have you heard of a community program called Citizen Corps? (SVN7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1317.2
5) No167192.1
8) DK12.7
TOTAL1814100.0
90) Have you heard of a community program called CERT or Community Emergency Response Team? (SVN9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52829.1
5) No126269.6
8) DK241.3
TOTAL1814100.0
91) Many people have special needs related to health concerns or a disability that might affect how they get around or manage their healthcare needs during a disaster. Does this describe anyone in your household? (SVN11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28715.8
5) No151483.5
8) DK13.7
TOTAL1814100.0
92) What type of needs does this person have? - Physical/Movement limitations (SVN12_1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked16557.5
1) Checked12242.5
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
93) What type of needs does this person have? - Special medication needs (SVN12_2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked13346.3
1) Checked15453.7
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
94) What type of needs does this person have? - Need for electrical power (refrigeration, breathing machines, etc) (SVN12_3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked25287.8
1) Checked3512.2
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
95) What type of needs does this person have? - Other, specify (SVN12_4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked23180.5
1) Checked5619.5
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
96) What type of needs does this person have? - DK (SVN12_5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked28699.7
1) Checked1.3
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
97) What type of needs does this person have? - REF (SVN12_6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked28699.7
1) Checked1.3
Missing1480 
TOTAL287100.0
98) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - Tubes Tied (KSJM4_W1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked79386.7
1) Checked12213.3
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
99) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - Hysterectomy (KSJM4_W2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked71077.6
1) Checked20522.4
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
100) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - Menopause (KSJM4_W3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked65571.6
1) Checked26028.4
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
101) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - Other surgery, specify (KSJM4_W4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked89597.8
1) Checked202.2
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
102) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - NONE OF THE ABOVE (KSJM4_W5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked51656.3
1) Checked40043.7
Missing719 
TOTAL916100.0
103) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - DK (KSJM4_W6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked90899.2
1) Checked7.8
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
104) Have you (as an individual) had your tubes tied, had a hysterectomy, gone through menopause, or had some other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to have a baby in the future? - REF (KSJM4_W7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked89097.2
1) Checked262.8
Missing719 
TOTAL916100.0
105) Have you had a vasectomy or any other surgery that would make it difficult or impossible for you to father a baby in the future? (KSJM4_M)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19822
5) No68175.8
8) DK2.2
9) REF182
Missing1095 
TOTAL899100.0
106) Are you done having or trying to have children? (KSJM_SCR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes126469.6
5) No47826.3
7) Do not want children7.4
8) DK543
9) REF12.7
TOTAL1815100.0
107) When you think about your childbearing decisions, if you could do things over, would you have more, less, or the same number of children? (KSJM1)
TOTAL%
1) More25620.3
2) Less564.4
3) Same92373.1
8) DK201.6
9) REF8.6
Missing299 
TOTAL1263100.0
108) When you think about your childbearing decisions, would you have started having children at a younger or older age or would you not have changed your decisions? (KSJM2A)
TOTAL%
1) Younger15612.3
2) Older18014.2
3) Would not have changed decisions90771.7
8) DK161.3
9) REF6.5
Missing299 
TOTAL1265100.0
109) Would you say planning or timing childbearing decisions is very important, important, somewhat important, or not important? (KSJM2B)
TOTAL%
1) Very important68137.6
2) Important53029.2
3) Somewhat important41122.7
4) Not important1548.5
8) DK211.2
9) REF16.9
TOTAL1813100.0
110) Have you ever had an unplanned pregnancy? (KSJM2C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes47226
5) No131572.5
8) DK14.8
9) REF14.8
TOTAL1815100.0
111) I do not find parenting very satisfying (KSJM7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree10.7
2) Agree513.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree5.3
4) Disagree35524.7
5) Strongly disagree100069.6
8) DK7.5
9) REF8.6
Missing241 
TOTAL1436100.0
112) How important is each of the following to you in your life? Raising children (KSJM18)
TOTAL%
1) Very important128370.8
2) Important37620.7
3) Somewhat important673.7
4) Not important794.4
8) DK5.3
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1813100.0
113) How important is each of the following to you in your life? Being successful in my line of work (KSJM19)
TOTAL%
1) Very important83446
2) Important68837.9
3) Somewhat important25414
4) Not important291.6
8) DK6.3
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1813100.0
114) How important is each of the following to you in your life? Having leisure time to enjoy my own interests (KSJM20)
TOTAL%
1) Very important73140.3
2) Important65235.9
3) Somewhat important37720.8
4) Not important482.6
8) DK6.3
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1815100.0
115) Having children is important to my feeling complete as a woman (KSJM21_W)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33336.4
2) Agree37140.5
3) Disagree15116.5
4) Strongly disagree384.2
8) DK161.7
9) REF6.7
Missing719 
TOTAL915100.0
116) Having children is important to my feeling complete as a man (KSJM21_M)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree21724.1
2) Agree36540.6
3) Disagree18720.8
4) Strongly disagree11012.2
8) DK182
9) REF3.3
Missing1095 
TOTAL900100.0
117) I always thought I would be a parent (KSJM22)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree70238.7
2) Agree81645
3) Disagree18910.4
4) Strongly disagree532.9
8) DK502.8
9) REF4.2
TOTAL1814100.0
118) I think my life will be or is more fulfilling with children (KSJM23)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree90349.8
2) Agree73440.5
3) Disagree784.3
4) Strongly disagree643.5
8) DK281.5
9) REF7.4
TOTAL1814100.0
119) It is important for me to have children (KSJM24)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree69138.1
2) Agree79643.9
3) Disagree20211.1
4) Strongly disagree814.5
8) DK351.9
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1815100.0
120) Have you had a time in your life when you wanted to have a child but could not for any reason? (KSJM26)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34719.1
3) Maybe9.5
5) No144879.9
8) DK00
9) REF9.5
TOTAL1813100.0
121) Do you think of yourself as someone who has or has had fertility problems (KSJM27)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20011
3) Maybe251.4
5) No158187.2
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1814100.0
122) How much does your job interfere with your family life? (KSJM29)
TOTAL%
1) Never29916.5
2) Seldom80444.3
3) Pretty often37120.5
4) Very often1005.5
7) Not working23412.9
8) DK4.2
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
123) Do the demands of your family--for example, doctor appointments, sickness, and household emergencies--interfere with your job? (KSJM30)
TOTAL%
1) Never55230.4
2) Seldom86247.5
3) Pretty often1166.4
4) Very often341.9
7) Not working23613
8) DK11.6
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1813100.0
124) Do you feel you are: (HLT_WT)
TOTAL%
1) Overweight77142.5
2) Just about the right weight97753.9
3) Underweight643.5
8) DK1.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1814100.0
125) How knowledgeable are you about omega-3 fats? Would you say you are: (EATF1)
TOTAL%
1) Very knowledgeable1569.1
2) Knowledgeable76644.5
3) Not very knowledgeable51730.1
4) Not at all knowledgeable27616
8) DK5.3
Missing115 
TOTAL1720100.0
126) How important do you consider including omega-3 fats in childrens diets? Would you say (EATF2)
TOTAL%
1) Very important23916.6
2) Important83358
3) Not very important14610.2
4) Not at all important9.6
8) DK20114
9) REF8.6
Missing350 
TOTAL1436100.0
127) About how often do you eat fish? (EATF3)
TOTAL%
1) Daily10.6
2) Weekly68539.8
3) Monthly53130.9
4) A few times a year29317
5) Less than once a year452.6
6) Never1538.9
8) DK2.1
Missing115 
TOTAL1719100.0
128) How many times per month do you eat shrimp? (EATF4)
TOTAL%
0) 036930.1
1) 151141.7
2) 218815.3
3) 3574.6
4) 4604.9
5) 5131.1
7) 710.8
8) 83.2
10) 102.2
15) 152.2
88) DK9.7
99) REF2.2
Missing531 
TOTAL1226100.0
129) How many times per month do you eat Salmon? (EATF5)
TOTAL%
0) 043935.8
1) 142935
2) 215012.2
3) 3796.4
4) 4675.5
5) 59.7
6) 611.9
7) 71.1
8) 8141.1
10) 106.5
11) 111.1
14) 141.1
15) 154.3
16) 162.2
30) 301.1
31) 311.1
50) 5000
88) DK11.9
Missing531 
TOTAL1226100.0
130) How many times per month do you eat Tilapia? (EATF6)
TOTAL%
0) 076962.8
1) 125220.6
2) 2725.9
3) 3473.8
4) 4403.3
5) 511.9
6) 66.5
7) 700
8) 81.1
10) 101.1
12) 1200
15) 151.1
88) DK242
Missing531 
TOTAL1224100.0
131) How many times per month do you eat Tuna? (EATF7)
TOTAL%
0) 023719.3
1) 134928.5
2) 222318.2
3) 312710.4
4) 416313.3
5) 5514.2
6) 6171.4
7) 72.2
8) 8171.4
10) 10161.3
11) 111.1
12) 124.3
14) 141.1
15) 156.5
16) 1600
20) 207.6
21) 211.1
30) 3000
88) DK3.2
99) REF00
Missing531 
TOTAL1225100.0
132) How many times per month do you eat other types of fish (like catfish, cod, perch, Pollock, trout, sardines, anchovies)? (EATF8)
TOTAL%
0) 035128.7
1) 143635.6
2) 221417.5
3) 3584.7
4) 41008.2
5) 5131.1
6) 6131.1
7) 7121
8) 87.6
10) 102.2
12) 122.2
14) 142.2
15) 1500
20) 2000
88) DK131.1
99) REF2.2
Missing531 
TOTAL1225100.0
133) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-Cost (EATF9_1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked93391
1) Checked929
Missing853 
TOTAL1025100.0
134) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-Availability (EATF9_2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked91489.3
1) Checked11010.7
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
135) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-I do not like the taste (EATF9_3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked60358.8
1) Checked42241.2
Missing853 
TOTAL1025100.0
136) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-My family does not like the taste (EATF9_4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked90288.1
1) Checked12211.9
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
137) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-I am not sure how to cook it (EATF9_5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked95893.5
1) Checked676.5
Missing853 
TOTAL1025100.0
138) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-Does not occur to me to include fish/I do not think about it (EATF9_6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked92390.1
1) Checked1019.9
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
139) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-Other, specify (EATF9_7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked79777.8
1) Checked22722.2
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
140) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-DK (EATF9_8)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked98896.5
1) Checked363.5
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
141) What are the main reasons you do not eat fish more often?-REF (EATF9_9)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked102399.9
1) Checked1.1
Missing853 
TOTAL1024100.0
142) Taking all things together, how would you say you are these days? Would you say you are: (GHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy58832.4
2) Pretty happy112862.2
3) Not too happy935.1
8) DK5.3
9) REF00
TOTAL1814100.0
143) Would you say that your overall health and well being is excellent, good, fair, or poor? (SCWELL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent50728
2) Good98554.3
3) Fair27815.3
4) Poor432.4
8) DK00
TOTAL1813100.0
144) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt sad (SAD)
TOTAL%
0) 095952.9
1) 139121.6
2) 225113.8
3) 3884.9
4) 4321.8
5) 5231.3
6) 66.3
7) 7522.9
8) DK11.6
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1814100.0
145) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt hopeful about the future (HOPE)
TOTAL%
0) 01498.2
1) 1985.4
2) 21608.8
3) 31679.2
4) 41407.7
5) 520611.4
6) 6945.2
7) 775341.5
8) DK422.3
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1814100.0
146) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt you were as good as other people (GOOD)
TOTAL%
0) 0734
1) 1422.3
2) 2824.5
3) 3834.6
4) 41086
5) 51538.4
6) 61015.6
7) 7112862.2
8) DK382.1
9) REF6.3
TOTAL1814100.0
147) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt bothered by things that usually do not bother you (BOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 097853.9
1) 137020.4
2) 225514.1
3) 3804.4
4) 4432.4
5) 5271.5
6) 613.7
7) 7351.9
8) DK11.6
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
148) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt lonely (LONELY)
TOTAL%
0) 0128170.6
1) 122612.5
2) 21136.2
3) 3512.8
4) 4492.7
5) 5231.3
6) 610.6
7) 7563.1
8) DK4.2
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1815100.0
149) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you had trouble keeping your mind on what you were doing (MIND)
TOTAL%
0) 086947.9
1) 121111.6
2) 225013.8
3) 31407.7
4) 4633.5
5) 5673.7
6) 6181
7) 71759.6
8) DK191
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
150) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt that everything you did was an effort (EFFORT)
TOTAL%
0) 088648.8
1) 122712.5
2) 21739.5
3) 31216.7
4) 4643.5
5) 5965.3
6) 615.8
7) 721812
8) DK11.6
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1814100.0
151) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt fearful (FEARFUL)
TOTAL%
0) 0148481.9
1) 11447.9
2) 2734
3) 3331.8
4) 417.9
5) 5281.5
6) 65.3
7) 7251.4
8) DK2.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1812100.0
152) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you talked less than usual (TALK)
TOTAL%
0) 0127170.1
1) 124913.7
2) 21186.5
3) 3744.1
4) 4251.4
5) 517.9
6) 68.4
7) 7321.8
8) DK17.9
9) REF3.2
TOTAL1814100.0
153) Please tell me the number of days in the past week including today that you felt depressed (FELT)
TOTAL%
0) 0137775.9
1) 120311.2
2) 21086
3) 3472.6
4) 4291.6
5) 59.5
6) 65.3
7) 7331.8
8) DK2.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1814100.0
154) Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35+ hours)104457.6
2) Working a part-time job(s)33818.6
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work241.3
5) Retired23312.9
6) In school251.4
7) Keeping house1186.5
8) Disabled221.2
9) Other, specify8.4
99) REF1.1
TOTAL1813100.0
155) DO you currently work at all for a wage (WORK)
TOTAL%
5) No42397.2
8) DK3.7
9) REF92.1
Missing1194 
TOTAL435100.0
156) Are you currently seeking employment? (SEEK)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4510.4
5) No38889.4
9) REF1.2
Missing1194 
TOTAL434100.0
157) Are you currently taking courses for college credit? (STUD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23412.9
5) No157787
8) DK1.1
9) REF1.1
TOTAL1813100.0
158) What kind of school are you enrolled in? Are you enrolled in a: (COLL)
TOTAL%
1) Community college10846.2
2) A state university5824.8
3) A 4-year private college or university2410.3
4) A 4-year state college2912.4
5) Other, specify62.6
8) DK93.8
Missing1728 
TOTAL234100.0
159) DO you consider yourself to be permanently retired? (RET)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34144.3
5) No41453.8
8) DK131.7
9) REF1.1
Missing902 
TOTAL769100.0
160) Were you ever employed for as long as one year? (EEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41194.9
5) No214.8
9) REF1.2
Missing1194 
TOTAL433100.0
161) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, NOT including the time you travel to and from work? (WHRS)
TOTAL%
1) 13.2
2) 21.1
3) 34.3
4) 44.3
5) 59.7
6) 63.2
7) 7322.3
8) 812.9
9) 92.1
10) 10151.1
11) 111.1
12) 128.6
14) 141.1
15) 15453.3
16) 166.4
17) 172.1
18) 181.1
20) 20664.8
21) 2100
22) 22151.1
24) 2411.8
25) 25251.8
26) 262.1
27) 2712.9
28) 2810.7
30) 30463.3
31) 313.2
32) 3211.8
33) 3300
34) 342.1
35) 35695
36) 36151.1
37) 374.3
38) 3812.9
39) 3900
40) 4036226.3
41) 418.6
42) 42261.9
43) 4311.8
44) 4410.7
45) 4515711.4
46) 466.4
47) 473.2
48) 48221.6
49) 4900
50) 5014310.4
52) 526.4
53) 533.2
54) 543.2
55) 55392.8
56) 561.1
57) 571.1
58) 581.1
60) 60584.2
64) 643.2
65) 6513.9
66) 661.1
70) 7011.8
72) 725.4
75) 753.2
80) 8010.7
84) 842.1
90) 903.2
100) 100 hours or more2.1
888) DK13.9
999) REF1.1
Missing620 
TOTAL1379100.0
162) During the past 12 months, about how many times have you seen a doctor? Do not count doctors seen while an overnight patient in a hospital or in the emergency room (DOCTOR)
TOTAL%
0) 024613.6
1) 133718.6
2) 237320.6
3) 324213.3
4) 41709.4
5) 5915
6) 61005.5
7) 7231.3
8) 8241.3
9) 95.3
10) 10492.7
11) 111.1
12) 12522.9
13) 132.1
14) 141.1
15) 1514.8
16) 161.1
18) 182.1
19) 191.1
20) 20231.3
22) 221.1
24) 249.5
25) 258.4
26) 2600
30) 309.5
32) 321.1
34) 342.1
35) 352.1
36) 361.1
40) 4000
48) 481.1
50) 508.4
88) DK13.7
99) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
163) Not counting the doctor visits you already told me about, have you seen a nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or midwife during the last 12 months? (NPPAW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52228.8
5) No128270.8
8) DK7.4
9) REF00
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
164) During the past 12 months, was there any time when you did not get the medical care you needed? (MEDCARE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1337.3
5) No167492.4
8) DK5.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
165) Is there a place that you USUALLY go to when you are sick or need advice about your health? (MEDPLACE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes161389.1
5) No19410.7
8) DK4.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
166) What kind of place is it-a doctors office, an HMO, a hospital outpatient clinic, some other clinic or health center, an emergency room, or some other place? (MEDKIND)
TOTAL%
1) Doctors office126678.4
2) HMO4.2
3) Hospital Outpatient clinic1147.1
4) Other clinic or health center1569.7
5) Emergency room12.7
6) Some other place, specify241.5
8) DK4.2
10) [ARDA note: No label]9.6
11) [ARDA note: No label]261.6
Missing143 
TOTAL1615100.0
167) Have you had a physical exam in the past 5 years? (EXAM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes157686.9
5) No22812.6
8) DK9.5
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
168) Do you smoke cigarettes? (SMOKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes24513.5
5) No156786.5
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
169) Have you been consistently depressed or down, most of the day, nearly every day, for the past two weeks? (DEPSCR1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes593.3
5) No174396.2
8) DK2.1
9) REF8.4
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
170) In the past 2 weeks, have you been much less interested in most things or much less able to enjoy the things you used to enjoy most of the time? (DEPSCR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23112.7
5) No156786.5
8) DK10.6
9) REF4.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
171) In the past 2 weeks, was your appetite decreased or increased nearly every day? (DEPSCR3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11949.4
5) No12049.8
8) DK2.8
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
172) In the past 2 weeks, did you have trouble sleeping nearly every night (difficulty falling asleep, waking up in the middle of the night, early morning wakening or sleeping excessively)? (DEPSCR4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13957.7
5) No10141.9
8) Dk1.4
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
173) In the past 2 weeks, did you talk or move more slowly than normal or were you fidgety, restless or having trouble sitting still almost every day? (DEPSCR5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8133.5
5) No16066.1
8) Dk1.4
Missing1567 
TOTAL242100.0
174) In the past 2 weeks, did you feel tired or without energy almost every day? (DEPSCR6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12853.1
5) No11246.5
8) DK1.4
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
175) In the past 2 weeks, did you feel worthless or guilty almost every day? (DEPSCR7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3916.2
5) No20283.8
8) DK00
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
176) In the past 2 weeks, did you have difficulty concentrating or making decisions almost every day? (DEPSCR8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4920.3
5) No19279.7
8) DK00
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
177) In the past 2 weeks, did these symptoms cause significant problems at home, at work, socially at school or in some other important way? (DEPSCR9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6225.7
5) No17572.6
8) DK41.7
Missing1567 
TOTAL241100.0
178) Have you worried excessively or been anxious about several things over the past 6 months? (ANXSCR1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes55330.5
5) No124668.8
8) DK12.7
9) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
179) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: feel restless, keyed up or on edge? (ANXSCR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes43578.7
5) No11420.6
8) DK1.2
9) REF3.5
Missing1274 
TOTAL553100.0
180) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: have muscle tension? (ANXSCR3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25546.1
5) No29453.2
8) DK3.5
9) REF1.2
Missing1274 
TOTAL553100.0
181) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: feel tired, weak, or exhausted easily? (ANXSCR4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34862.9
5) No20537.1
Missing1274 
TOTAL553100.0
182) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: have difficulty concentrating or find your mind going blank? (ANXSCR5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29553.2
5) No25846.6
8) DK00
9) REF1.2
Missing1274 
TOTAL554100.0
183) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: feel irritable? (ANXSCR6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes34662.5
5) No20537
8) DK2.4
9) REF1.2
Missing1274 
TOTAL554100.0
184) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: have difficulty sleeping (difficulty falling asleep, waking up in the middle of the night, early morning wakening or sleeping excessively)? (ANXSCR7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36465.7
5) No18934.1
8) DK1.2
Missing1274 
TOTAL554100.0
185) When you were anxious over the past 6 months, did you, most of the time: do these anxieties and worries disrupt your normal work, school or social functioning or cause you significant distress? (ANXSCR8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16630
5) No38469.3
8) DK3.5
9) REF1.2
Missing1274 
TOTAL554100.0
186) How concerned are you with the current state of the economy? (ECNSTR1)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned68537.8
2) Concerned95752.8
3) Not very concerned1498.2
4) Not at all concerned191
8) DK1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
187) How concerned are you with you and your family's current job security? (ECNSTR2)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned20211.1
2) Concerned43624
3) Not very concerned62034.2
4) Not at all concerned53529.5
8) DK15.8
9) REF5.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
188) How concerned are you with the cost of health care in America? (ECNSTR3)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned85046.9
2) Concerned71339.3
3) Not very concerned18210
4) Not at all concerned633.5
8) DK4.2
9) REF00
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
189) How concerned are you with the value of your financial investments declining? (ECNSTR4)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned70939.1
2) Concerned60333.3
3) Not very concerned25714.2
4) Not at all concerned1256.9
7) No financial investments1126.2
8) DK2.1
9) REF4.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
190) How concerned are you with losing your job? (ECNSTR5)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned1498.2
2) Concerned22912.6
3) Not very concerned57631.8
4) Not at all concerned49327.2
7) No job36019.9
8) DK3.2
9) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
191) How concerned are you with defaulting on loans? (ECNSTR6)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned1186.5
2) Concerned1749.6
3) Not very concerned52529
4) Not at all concerned78543.3
7) No loans20811.5
8) DK2.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
192) How concerned are you with losing your home? (ECNSTR7)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned834.6
2) Concerned1116.1
3) Not very concerned48026.5
4) Not at all concerned112462
8) DK14.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
193) How concerned are you with the value of your home declining? (ECNSTR8)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned1608.8
2) Concerned53829.7
3) Not very concerned44124.3
4) Not at all concerned57531.7
7) Not buying/do not own home894.9
8) DK10.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
194) How concerned are you with ability to get a loan in the future? (ECNSTR9)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned1709.4
2) Concerned29016
3) Not very concerned52829.2
4) Not at all concerned81144.8
8) DK11.6
9) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
195) How concerned are you with the price of everyday goods increasing? (ECNSTR10)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned45925.3
2) Concerned108459.8
3) Not very concerned19610.8
4) Not at all concerned683.8
8) DK5.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
196) How concerned are you with the price of food increasing? (ECNSTR11)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned48026.5
2) Concerned103257
3) Not very concerned21011.6
4) Not at all concerned864.7
8) DK4.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
197) How concerned are you with the price of fuel increasing? (ECNSTR12)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned68537.8
2) Concerned88448.8
3) Not very concerned1518.3
4) Not at all concerned915
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
198) How concerned are you with your taxes increasing? (ECNSTR13)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned67137
2) Concerned82045.3
3) Not very concerned22212.3
4) Not at all concerned945.2
8) DK3.2
9) REF2.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
199) How concerned are you with your retirement funds being in jeopardy? (ECNSTR14)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned65436.1
2) Concerned61333.8
3) Not very concerned26414.6
4) Not at all concerned1719.4
7) No retirement funds1005.5
8) DK7.4
9) REF2.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
200) How concerned are you with being able to afford health care? (ECNSTR15)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned52028.7
2) Concerned73940.8
3) Not very concerned32217.8
4) Not at all concerned22612.5
8) DK5.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
201) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-the value of their financial investments declining? (ECNSTR16)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned59132.6
2) Concerned76842.4
3) Not very concerned27315.1
4) Not at all concerned1618.9
7) No immediate family4.2
8) DK13.7
9) REF2.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
202) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-losing their jobs? (ECNSTR17)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned42623.5
2) Concerned55830.8
3) Not very concerned47426.2
4) Not at all concerned34118.9
7) No immediate family2.1
8) DK6.3
9) REF2.1
Missing16 
TOTAL1809100.0
203) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-defaulting on their loans? (ECNSTR18)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned27515.2
2) Concerned45925.4
3) Not very concerned51128.3
4) Not at all concerned53029.3
7) No immediate family1.1
8) DK271.5
9) REF3.2
Missing20 
TOTAL1806100.0
204) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-losing their homes? (ECNSTR19)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned29416.3
2) Concerned34118.9
3) Not very concerned54830.3
4) Not at all concerned60733.6
8) DK14.8
9) REF2.1
Missing21 
TOTAL1806100.0
205) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-their retirement funds being in jeopardy? (ECNSTR20)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned52629.1
2) Concerned75541.8
3) Not very concerned27115
4) Not at all concerned22512.5
8) DK241.3
9) REF4.2
Missing21 
TOTAL1805100.0
206) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-being able to afford health care? (ECNSTR21)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned57031.6
2) Concerned75241.7
3) Not very concerned23613.1
4) Not at all concerned23513
8) DK10.6
9) REF1.1
Missing21 
TOTAL1804100.0
207) Thinking about your close family (immediate family), how concerned are you with each of the following when it comes to them-being able to afford education? (ECNSTR22)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned40322.3
2) Concerned59633
3) Not very concerned37120.6
4) Not at all concerned42123.3
8) DK12.7
9) REF2.1
Missing21 
TOTAL1805100.0
208) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have been saving more (ECNSTR23)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree24713.6
2) Agree78743.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree573.1
4) Disagree54330
5) Strongly disagree1729.5
8) Dk6.3
9) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
209) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have been spending less (ECNSTR24)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25814.2
2) Agree105658.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree211.2
4) Disagree40322.3
5) Strongly disagree703.9
8) DK3.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
210) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have held off on major purchases (ECNSTR25)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree32017.7
2) Agree101956.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree251.4
4) Disagree38521.2
5) Strongly disagree583.2
8) DK1.1
9) REF4.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
211) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have delayed or canceled vacation plans (ECNSTR26)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1608.8
2) Agree55530.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree512.8
4) Disagree90449.9
5) Strongly disagree1307.2
8) DK12.7
9) REF00
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
212) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I started building an emergency fund in case I need it (ECNSTR27)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1588.7
2) Agree63635.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree482.7
4) Disagree85847.4
5) Strongly disagree935.1
8) DK15.8
9) REF3.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
213) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have reviewed my finances in preparation for tougher times (ECNSTR28)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23312.9
2) Agree109060.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree181
4) Disagree42823.6
5) Strongly disagree351.9
8) DK5.3
9) REF3.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
214) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have delayed preventive dental care to cut costs (ECNSTR29)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree713.9
2) Agree32017.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree8.4
4) Disagree114363.1
5) Strongly disagree26214.5
8) DK6.3
9) REF2.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
215) Thinking about your personal behavior and attitudes over the past year, please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-I have delayed health checkups to cut costs (ECNSTR30)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree522.9
2) Agree24413.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree2.1
4) Disagree120566.5
5) Strongly disagree30817
8) DK00
9) REF1.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
216) Compared to 5 years ago, do you think there are more Latin American immigrants in your community now, about the same, or less immigrants now? (IMM2)
TOTAL%
1) More122067.3
2) About the same49227.2
3) Less462.5
8) DK492.7
9) REF5.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
217) What effect, if any, do you think these recent Latin American immigrants are having on the quality of your local government services? Are they making things better, making things worse or not making much difference either way? (IMMLA1)
TOTAL%
1) Making things better301.7
2) Making things worse57831.9
3) Not making much difference either way107459.3
8) DK1156.3
9) REF15.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
218) What effect, if any, do you think these recent Latin American immigrants are having on the quality of your local schools? Are they making things better, making things worse or not making much difference either way? (IMMLA2)
TOTAL%
1) Making things better643.5
2) Making things worse57731.8
3) Not making much difference either way101355.9
8) DK1468.1
9) REF12.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
219) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-Recent Latin American immigrants are often discriminated against in my community (IMMLA3A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree995.5
2) Agree59032.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree35319.5
4) Disagree58232.1
5) Strongly disagree965.3
8) DK764.2
9) REF15.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
220) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-Latin American immigrants coming to my community mostly take jobs that others do not want (IMMLA3C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1246.8
2) Agree100655.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree1458
4) Disagree38021
5) Strongly disagree713.9
8) DK774.2
9) REF10.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1813100.0
221) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-Most recent Latin American immigrants pay their fair share of taxes (IMMLA3D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree341.9
2) Agree43323.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree1528.4
4) Disagree66036.4
5) Strongly disagree21812
8) DK29116.1
9) REF241.3
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
222) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-Most recent Latin American immigrants learn English within a reasonable amount of time (IMMLA3E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16.9
2) Agree43824.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree1357.5
4) Disagree76842.4
5) Strongly disagree28915.9
8) DK1558.6
9) REF11.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
223) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-Crime rates will increase because of more Latin American immigrants coming to my community (IMM4D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1045.7
2) Agree53529.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree21912.1
4) Disagree73540.6
5) Strongly disagree925.1
8) DK1126.2
9) REF15.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
224) Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements-My community will be more open to new ideas and cultures because of more Latin American immigrants coming to my community (IMM4E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree563.1
2) Agree70839.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree24113.3
4) Disagree61734.1
5) Strongly disagree673.7
8) DK1096
9) REF13.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
225) Do you think that most of the recent Latin American immigrants in your community are: (IMMLA5)
TOTAL%
1) Here legally with documentation65736.3
5) Here illegally72440
8) DK40222.2
9) REF291.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
226) Thinking about Latin American immigrants who are now living in your area illegally without documents-should these undocumented immigrants (illegal immigrants) be: (IMMLA6)
TOTAL%
1) Required to go home98154.1
2) Granted some kind of legal status that allows them to stay here60633.4
3) Something else, specify713.9
8) DK1116.1
9) REF432.4
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
227) It should be possible for some undocumented Latin American immigrants to remain in the U.S. under a temporary worker program with the condition that they would eventually go home (IMMLA7A)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1377.6
2) Agree88849
3) Neither agree nor disagree20111.1
4) Disagree35419.5
5) Strongly disagree1618.9
8) DK583.2
9) REF12.7
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
228) Undocumented Latin American immigrants should NOT be eligible for social services provided by state and local governments (IMMLA7B)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree47025.9
2) Agree89349.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree744.1
4) Disagree24513.5
5) Strongly disagree804.4
8) DK362
9) REF14.8
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
229) Undocumented Latin American immigrants should be eligible for emergency medical care (IMMLA7C)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1568.6
2) Agree121266.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree593.3
4) Disagree23713.1
5) Strongly disagree1035.7
8) DK291.6
9) REF16.9
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
230) Children of undocumented Latin American immigrants should NOT be permitted to attend public schools (IMMLA7D)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree854.7
2) Agree30817
3) Neither agree nor disagree1055.8
4) Disagree96853.5
5) Strongly disagree25314
8) DK703.9
9) REF221.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
231) The constitution should be changed so that parents must be legal residents of the U.S. in order for their newborn child to be a citizen (IMMLA7E)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23513
2) Agree70438.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree1297.1
4) Disagree50527.9
5) Strongly disagree1468.1
8) DK713.9
9) REF221.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
232) Children of undocumented immigrants who graduate from high schools in Nebraska should be allowed to attend public colleges at in-state tuition rates (IMMLA7F)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree894.9
2) Agree91450.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree995.5
4) Disagree44524.6
5) Strongly disagree1639
8) DK814.5
9) REF201.1
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
233) Undocumented immigrants with jobs in my community are paying state and federal taxes on their income (IMMLA7G)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree372
2) Agree46625.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree1548.5
4) Disagree60033.1
5) Strongly disagree1156.3
8) DK41122.7
9) REF291.6
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
234) Undocumented immigrants who have been working and paying taxes for 5 years or more should be allowed to apply for citizenship (IMMLA7H)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree844.6
2) Agree122367.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree623.4
4) Disagree25213.9
5) Strongly disagree1226.7
8) DK472.6
9) REF221.2
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
235) Undocumented Latin American immigrants have created problems for how Latino families, who are US citizens, are treated in my community (IMMLA7I)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree21411.8
2) Agree98654.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree1407.7
4) Disagree26814.8
5) Strongly disagree15.8
8) DK1618.9
9) REF281.5
Missing3 
TOTAL1812100.0
236) Latino families, who are U.S. citizens, are often discriminated against in my community (IMMLA7J)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree603.3
2) Agree68337.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree1709.4
4) Disagree69838.5
5) Strongly disagree311.7
8) DK1508.3
9) REF191
Missing3 
TOTAL1811100.0
237) Have you ever accessed the State of Nebraska Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60033.1
5) No120666.5
8) DK8.4
TOTAL1814100.0
238) Why didn't you access the State of Nebraska Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1B)
TOTAL%
1) You heard it from someone else, so you do not need to check544.5
2) No access to the Internet16013.3
3) You got the information from another source, such as a newspaper21317.6
4) No interest/do not care64453.4
5) Other, specify12710.5
8) DK7.6
9) REF2.2
Missing495 
TOTAL1207100.0
239) From what source did you receive the information?-From a newspaper (SOR1B_21)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked6430
1) Checked14970
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
240) From what source did you receive the information?-From a friend or family member (SOR1B_22)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked16577.5
1) Checked4822.5
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
241) From what source did you receive the information?-Through work as a teacher or other position in education (SOR1B_23)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked20093.9
1) Checked136.1
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
242) From what source did you receive the information?-Was informed by your child's school (SOR1B_24)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked21299.5
1) Checked1.5
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
243) From what source did you receive the information?-Through day-care work (SOR1B_25)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked213100
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
244) From what source did you receive the information?-Other, specify (SOR1B_26)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked19491.1
1) Checked198.9
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
245) From what source did you receive the information?-DK (SOR1B_27)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked213100
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
246) From what source did you receive the information?-REF (SOR1B_28)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked213100
Missing1583 
TOTAL213100.0
247) Why did you access the State of Nebraska Sex Offender Registry using the Internet? (SOR1A)
TOTAL%
1) Personal safety6711.1
2) Safety of family or friends26744.4
3) Job obligations508.3
4) Curiosity or personal interest16727.8
5) Other, specify447.3
8) DK61
Missing1325 
TOTAL601100.0
248) How many times have you checked the registry in the last 12 months? (SOR1C)
TOTAL%
1) Never14223.7
2) Once25742.9
3) 2-5 times15926.5
4) 6-10 times142.3
5) More than 10 times264.3
8) DK1.2
Missing1325 
TOTAL599100.0
249) Have you taken any preventative measures as a result of the information? (SOR1D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15225.4
5) No44774.6
8) DK00
Missing1325 
TOTAL599100.0
250) What type of preventative measures did you take?-Passed along the information to family members (SOR1D_21)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked7348
1) Checked7952
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
251) What type of preventative measures did you take?-Passed along the information to friends (SOR1D_22)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked10065.8
1) Checked5234.2
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
252) What type of preventative measures did you take?-Lock doors and/or windows (SOR1D_23)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked11777
1) Checked3523
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
253) What type of preventative measures did you take?-Other, specify (SOR1D_24)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked7750.7
1) Checked7549.3
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
254) What type of preventative measures did you take?-DK (SOR1D_25)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked152100
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
255) What type of preventative measures did you take?-REF (SOR1D_26)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked152100
Missing1688 
TOTAL152100.0
256) Do you think that sex offender community notification prevents sex crimes from occurring? (SOR3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27315
2) More likely than not44324.4
3) Not likely, but maybe55630.6
4) No48226.6
8) DK563.1
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1815100.0
257) Do you think that housing restrictions applied to where sex offenders can live prevents sex crimes from occurring? (SOR4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33918.7
2) More likely than not39221.6
3) Not likely, but maybe48526.8
4) No53629.6
8) DK543
9) REF6.3
TOTAL1812100.0
258) 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 quality806.1
2) Moderately high quality73656.1
3) Moderately low quality29822.7
4) Very low quality433.3
8) DK14511.1
9) REF10.8
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
259) Do you think that 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 than38529.4
2) About the same as64148.9
3) Worse than1199.1
8) DK16112.3
9) REF5.4
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
260) 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 willing27521
2) Somewhat willing58844.9
3) Somewhat unwilling28922
4) Very unwilling13510.3
8) DK231.8
9) REF1.1
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
261) 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- Do you: (NH4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree13910.6
2) Agree63448.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree/Neutral634.8
4) Disagree17613.4
5) Strongly disagree251.9
8) DK25919.7
9) REF161.2
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
262) 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 agree15611.9
2) Agree60646.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree/Neutral372.8
4) Disagree35927.4
5) Strongly disagree1068.1
8) DK382.9
9) REF10.8
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
263) 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 agree292.2
2) Agree71454.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree/Neutral473.6
4) Disagree33025.2
5) Strongly disagree262
8) DK15712
9) REF8.6
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
264) 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 agree483.7
2) Agree47536.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree/Neutral231.8
4) Disagree64749.3
5) Strongly disagree775.9
8) DK393
9) REF3.2
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
265) Please tell me if you agree or disagree with each statement-Patients lost many of their rights, such as the right to vote or to make choice, when they move into the nursing home (NH8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree352.7
2) Agree22917.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree/Neutral372.8
4) Disagree76558.4
5) Strongly disagree1199.1
8) DK1229.3
9) REF4.3
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
266) How familiar are you with assisted living facilities? Would you say: (NH11)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar31223.8
2) Somewhat familiar67451.4
3) Not too familiar29922.8
4) You have never heard of assisted living facilities171.3
8) DK9.7
9) REF00
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
267) 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 residents98174.8
2) About the same as nursing home residents22417.1
3) Sicker than nursing home residents161.2
8) DK866.6
9) REF4.3
Missing179 
TOTAL1311100.0
268) 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 quality20215.4
2) Moderately high quality89067.8
3) Moderately low quality695.3
4) Very low quality6.5
8) DK13510.3
9) REF10.8
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
269) 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 involved997.5
2) Somewhat involved70753.9
3) Not too involved35226.8
4) Not at all involved342.6
8) DK1148.7
9) REF6.5
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
270) 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 willing46535.4
2) Somewhat willing68852.4
3) Somewhat unwilling826.3
4) Very unwilling332.5
8) DK403
9) REF4.3
Missing179 
TOTAL1312100.0
271) Does (your husband/your wife/the primary income earner in the household) typically work full-time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (SEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full time job (35+ hours)79763
2) Working a part time job(s)15412.2
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work9.7
5) Retired17413.7
6) In school11.9
7) Keeping house977.7
8) Other, specify8.6
9) Disabled141.1
88) DK00
99) REF2.2
Missing642 
TOTAL1266100.0
272) Was (he/she) ever employed for as long as one year? (SEEM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30596.2
5) No123.8
8) DK00
9) REF00
Missing1458 
TOTAL317100.0
273) Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home351.9
2) Detached single family house157586.8
3) Townhouse/Condominium673.7
4) Apartment/Duplex1347.4
5) Other, specify3.2
8) DK00
TOTAL1814100.0
274) Do you or some member of your household own your own home outright, are you buying it, or do you rent? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright80044.1
2) Buying81444.9
3) Renting18510.2
4) Other, specify9.5
5) Provided as part of job/wages4.2
9) REF2.1
TOTAL1814100.0
275) Do you feel like your mortgage payment is more than you can afford? (NIF_MORE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11211
5) No85484.1
8) DK444.3
9) REF5.5
Missing927 
TOTAL1015100.0
276) A house is generally considered affordable if the monthly mortgage payment plus utility costs are less than 30 percent of the household income after taxes. Based on this definition, is your housing affordable? (NIF_AFFD)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63277.6
5) No11714.4
8) DK637.7
9) REF2.2
Missing1162 
TOTAL814100.0
277) Do you recycle? (RECYCLE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes141778.1
5) No39221.6
8) DK5.3
TOTAL1814100.0
278) Regardless of whether you now attend religious services, do you identify with any particular religious tradition, denomination, or church? (P81)
TOTAL%
1) Yes148081.6
5) No32517.9
8) DK4.2
9) REF5.3
TOTAL1814100.0
279) Do you consider yourself to be atheist, an agnostic, just not religious, or something else? (P82)
TOTAL%
1) Atheist3811.3
2) Agnostic329.6
3) Not religious18956.4
4) Other-something4914.6
8) DK185.4
9) REF92.7
Missing1600 
TOTAL335100.0
280) Do you consider yourself to be a Protestant, a Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? (P83)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant94463.8
2) Catholic49333.3
3) Jewish7.5
4) Muslim4.3
5) Other-something else241.6
9) REF8.5
Missing214 
TOTAL1480100.0
281) With what religious tradition, denomination, or church do you most closely identify? (P84)
TOTAL%
1) Adventist/Seventh-day Adventist2.2
4) Assemblies of God101.1
6) Baptist848.9
10) Catholic4.4
12) Christian or just Christian747.8
15) Church of Christ131.4
20) Congregational9.9
22) Episcopalian232.4
26) Evangelical Free Church272.8
36) Jehovah's Witnesses5.5
38) Just Protestant5.5
39) Latter-day Saints (LDS)/Mormon121.3
40) Lutheran31232.9
41) Mennonite00
42) Methodist17918.9
52) Pentecostal111.2
53) Presbyterian747.8
58) Unitarian-Universalist9.9
59) United Church of Christ131.4
65) Other - something else636.6
88) DK141.5
99) REF5.5
Missing698 
TOTAL948100.0
282) With which Adventist group are you most closely associated? (P84A)
TOTAL%
1) Seventh-day Adventist2100
Missing1811 
TOTAL2100.0
283) With which Baptist group are you most closely associated? (P84C)
TOTAL%
1) American Baptist Association67.9
2) American Baptist Churches in the USA79.2
5) Baptist General Conference11.3
8) Conservative Baptist Association of America22.6
12) General Baptist00
13) Independent Baptist79.2
14) Just Baptist33.9
16) National Baptist Convention of American, Inc./USA11.3
23) Southern Baptist Convention2532.9
24) United Baptist22.6
26) Other Baptist1114.5
88) DK1114.5
Missing1730 
TOTAL76100.0
284) With which Methodist group are you most closely associated? (P84D)
TOTAL%
3) Christian Methodist Episcopal21.2
4) Free Methodist1.6
5) Just Methodist31.8
6) United Methodist/United Methodist Church16395.3
8) Other Methodist1.6
88) DK1.6
Missing1586 
TOTAL171100.0
285) With which Presbyterian group are you most closely associated? (P84E)
TOTAL%
5) Just Presbyterian1115.7
6) Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC)11.4
7) Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)1014.3
8) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (PCUSA)3347.1
10) Other Presbyterian57.1
88) DK1014.3
Missing1718 
TOTAL70100.0
286) With which Lutheran group are you most closely associated? (P84F)
TOTAL%
1) American Lutheran Church92.9
2) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)11136.3
5) Lutheran Church in America41.3
6) Just Lutheran62
7) Missouri Synod13544.1
8) Wisconsin Synod72.3
9) Other Lutheran237.5
88) DK103.3
99) REF1.3
Missing1466 
TOTAL306100.0
287) With which Congregational group are you most closely associated? (P84I)
TOTAL%
2) Conservative Congregational Christian00
4) Just Congregational Church337.5
5) United Church of Christ (UCC)562.5
88) DK00
Missing1799 
TOTAL8100.0
288) When you say you are 'Christian,' do you mean you are associated with the Christian Church of Disciples of Christ, some other Christian group, or do you mean you are 'just a Christian?' (P84J)
TOTAL%
1) Christian Church-Disciples of Christ817.4
2) Just Christian2758.7
3) Other Christian Group1123.9
88) DK00
Missing1756 
TOTAL46100.0
289) With which Church of Christ group are you most closely associated? (P84K)
TOTAL%
1) Church (Churches' of Christ)430.8
3) United Church of Christ (UCC)430.8
4) Just Church/Churches of Christ215.4
88) DK323.1
Missing1796 
TOTAL13100.0
290) With which Pentecostal group are you most closely associated? (P84N)
TOTAL%
2) Assembly/Assemblies of God571.4
5) Church of God in Christ00
8) Church of God of Cleveland, Tennessee00
14) Just Pentecostal114.3
19) Other Pentecostal114.3
88) DK00
Missing1803 
TOTAL7100.0
291) Thinking about your own religious faith, would you describe yourself as a: (P85)
TOTAL%
1) Fundamentalist7510.7
2) Evangelical17424.8
3) Mainline20529.2
4) Theologically liberal Protestant11716.6
5) Other/None of the above213
88) DK10114.4
99) REF101.4
Missing946 
TOTAL703100.0
292) Thinking about your own religious faith, would you describe yourself as a: (P86)
TOTAL%
1) Traditional Catholic18336.9
2) Moderate Catholic16833.9
3) Liberal Catholic13427
4) Other/None of the above51
88) DK61.2
Missing1366 
TOTAL496100.0
293) Thinking about your own faith and identity, would you describe yourself as an: (P87)
TOTAL%
2) Conservative Jew342.9
3) Reform Jew457.1
Missing1809 
TOTAL7100.0
294) How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week1278.6
2) Once a week58940
3) Nearly every week21614.7
4) About once a month18012.2
5) Several times a year19313.1
6) About once a year664.5
7) Less than once a year352.4
8) Never493.3
88) DK9.6
99) REF7.5
Missing221 
TOTAL1471100.0
295) Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat50227.7
2) Republican82245.3
3) Independent41622.9
4) Other, specify482.6
8) DK181
9) REF8.4
TOTAL1814100.0
296) 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 liberal925.1
2) Liberal25614.1
3) Middle-of-the-road66236.5
4) Conservative56531.2
5) Very conservative1558.5
6) Other, specify402.2
8) DK331.8
9) REF10.6
TOTAL1813100.0
297) Is your total family income $20,000 or more, or less than $20,000? (INCM)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more159587.9
5) Less than $20,0001649
8) DK231.3
9) REF321.8
TOTAL1814100.0
298) When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me (INC)
TOTAL%
5) $20,000-24,999613.8
6) $25,000-29,999784.9
7) $30,000-39,99916410.3
8) $40,000-49,99917811.2
9) $50,000-59,99918811.8
10) $60,000-74,99921813.7
11) $75,000-100,00027817.4
12) $100,000 or more33521
88) DK231.4
99) REF724.5
Missing304 
TOTAL1595100.0
299) When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months please stop me (INCO)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000127.3
2) $5,000-9,9992012.2
3) $10,000-14,9994728.7
4) $15,000-19,9997445.1
88) DK84.9
99) REF31.8
Missing1590 
TOTAL164100.0
300) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
1912) 191200
1914) 191400
1915) 19151.1
1916) 19161.1
1917) 19171.1
1918) 19182.1
1919) 19193.2
1920) 19202.1
1921) 19213.2
1922) 19224.2
1923) 19237.4
1924) 19247.4
1925) 192510.6
1926) 19269.5
1927) 192713.7
1928) 19289.5
1929) 19299.5
1930) 193016.9
1931) 1931181
1932) 193212.7
1933) 193315.8
1934) 193412.7
1935) 1935231.3
1936) 193616.9
1937) 1937181
1938) 193815.8
1939) 193912.7
1940) 194015.8
1941) 194116.9
1942) 1942191
1943) 1943281.5
1944) 1944241.3
1945) 1945221.2
1946) 1946331.8
1947) 1947321.8
1948) 1948261.4
1949) 1949241.3
1950) 1950351.9
1951) 1951372
1952) 1952462.5
1953) 1953261.4
1954) 1954341.9
1955) 1955422.3
1956) 1956321.8
1957) 1957321.8
1958) 1958372
1959) 1959311.7
1960) 1960301.7
1961) 1961241.3
1962) 1962271.5
1963) 1963221.2
1964) 1964422.3
1965) 1965331.8
1966) 1966392.1
1967) 1967402.2
1968) 1968432.4
1969) 1969291.6
1970) 1970402.2
1971) 1971181
1972) 1972432.4
1973) 1973392.1
1974) 1974291.6
1975) 1975321.8
1976) 1976261.4
1977) 1977331.8
1978) 1978372
1979) 1979251.4
1980) 1980221.2
1981) 198117.9
1982) 198214.8
1983) 198315.8
1984) 1984281.5
1985) 1985402.2
1986) 1986774.2
1987) 19875.3
1988) 1988331.8
1989) 1989703.9
1990) 19903.2
9999) REF11.6
TOTAL1815100.0
301) Willing to be contacted at a later time (PANEL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes49891.4
5) No458.3
8) DK2.4
Missing1260 
TOTAL545100.0
302) Willing to provide an e-mail address (PANEL5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16432.9
5) No33467.1
8) DK00
9) REF00
Missing1305 
TOTAL498100.0
303) 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) Yes97176.6
5) No29423.2
8) DK3.2
Missing554 
TOTAL1268100.0
304) Would you be willing to provide an e-mail address we could use to let you know about additional research opportunities? (WEB2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes44345.6
5) No52554
8) DK1.1
9) REF3.3
Missing892 
TOTAL972100.0
305) Thinking back to your early childhood, from birth until you reached the age of 7, would you say that your health was: (BELLI)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent45247.9
2) Very good24125.6
3) Good18119.2
4) Fair454.8
5) Poor181.9
8) DK4.4
9) REF2.2
Missing416 
TOTAL943100.0
306) You've indicated that during your early childhood, your health was - Since early childhood, has your health consistently stayed at this level? (A_2A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19866.9
5) No9732.8
9) REF1.3
Missing1345 
TOTAL296100.0
307) At what age did your health change? (A_3A)
TOTAL%
7) 744.2
8) 811
9) 911
10) 1033.1
12) 1233.1
13) 1300
14) 1422.1
15) 1555.2
16) 1611
17) 1700
18) 1844.2
19) 1911
20) 2022.1
21) 2100
22) 2200
24) 2411
25) 2511
26) 2611
28) 2811
30) 3044.2
33) 3311
34) 3411
35) 3533.1
38) 3811
39) 3900
40) 401111.5
41) 4111
42) 4211
43) 4311
44) 4411
45) 4555.2
46) 4633.1
48) 4833.1
49) 4922.1
50) 5088.3
51) 5111
53) 5300
54) 5411
55) 5566.3
57) 5700
60) 6033.1
63) 6311
64) 6400
65) 6511
69) 6911
70) 7011
71) 7111
72) 7200
75) 7511
81) 8100
83) 8300
888) DK22.1
Missing1656 
TOTAL96100.0
308) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (A_4A)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent77.2
2) Very good1010.3
3) Good4142.3
4) Fair2323.7
5) Poor1616.5
Missing1656 
TOTAL97100.0
309) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level? (A_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes6668
5) No3132
Missing1656 
TOTAL97100.0
310) At what age did your health change? (A_3B)
TOTAL%
17) 1713.6
18) 1800
20) 2000
24) 2400
25) 2500
28) 2813.6
30) 3027.1
34) 3400
39) 3913.6
40) 40310.7
41) 4100
45) 4513.6
47) 4713.6
50) 50414.3
52) 5213.6
53) 5313.6
55) 5513.6
56) 56310.7
57) 5700
58) 5800
60) 6013.6
61) 6100
63) 6300
65) 6500
66) 6600
70) 7013.6
79) 7913.6
888) DK517.9
Missing1758 
TOTAL28100.0
311) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (A_4B)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent39.7
2) Very good412.9
3) Good516.1
4) Fair1032.3
5) Poor412.9
8) DK412.9
9) REF13.2
Missing1758 
TOTAL31100.0
312) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level? (A_5B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2271
5) No929
9) REF00
Missing1758 
TOTAL31100.0
313) At what age did your health change? (A_3C)
TOTAL%
26) 2600
28) 2800
35) 3500
36) 3600
50) 50114.3
54) 54114.3
57) 5700
60) 60114.3
61) 6100
65) 65114.3
68) 6800
888) DK342.9
Missing1797 
TOTAL7100.0
314) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (A_4C)
TOTAL%
4) Fair333.3
5) Poor444.4
8) DK111.1
9) REF111.1
Missing1797 
TOTAL9100.0
315) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level? (A_5C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes562.5
5) No225
8) DK112.5
9) REF00
Missing1797 
TOTAL8100.0
316) You've indicated that during your early childhood, your health was__- Since early childhood, did your health ever change from this level? (B_2A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12138.5
5) No18659.2
8) DK51.6
9) REF2.6
Missing1366 
TOTAL314100.0
317) At what age did your health change? (B_3A)
TOTAL%
7) 743.3
8) 821.7
9) 91.8
10) 1054.1
11) 111.8
12) 1297.4
13) 1321.7
14) 1421.7
15) 151.8
17) 171.8
18) 1843.3
20) 2021.7
21) 211.8
22) 2200
26) 261.8
28) 281.8
30) 3086.6
31) 311.8
32) 3200
33) 331.8
34) 3432.5
35) 3554.1
36) 361.8
38) 381.8
40) 40119.1
41) 411.8
42) 421.8
43) 4332.5
44) 441.8
45) 4554.1
46) 4600
48) 481.8
49) 491.8
50) 501310.7
52) 5232.5
53) 531.8
55) 5500
56) 5632.5
57) 571.8
58) 581.8
59) 591.8
60) 6043.3
62) 6200
65) 6532.5
67) 6700
68) 6800
70) 7054.1
73) 731.8
78) 7800
79) 7900
83) 8300
84) 8400
85) 851.8
888) DK32.5
Missing1640 
TOTAL121100.0
318) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (B_4A)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent86.7
2) Very good1915.8
3) Good3529.2
4) Fair3831.7
5) Poor1915.8
8) DK1.8
Missing1640 
TOTAL120100.0
319) Since your health changed at age__, did your health ever change from level? (B_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4638
5) No7461.2
8) DK1.8
Missing1640 
TOTAL121100.0
320) At what age did your health change? (B_3B)
TOTAL%
9) 912.3
12) 1212.3
13) 1324.7
16) 1600
20) 2000
21) 2112.3
24) 2400
28) 2812.3
32) 3200
33) 3300
35) 3512.3
39) 3912.3
40) 4024.7
42) 4224.7
43) 4324.7
45) 4549.3
49) 4900
50) 50511.6
51) 5112.3
54) 5412.3
55) 5549.3
57) 5712.3
60) 6037
63) 6312.3
65) 6500
68) 6812.3
70) 7012.3
71) 7112.3
74) 7412.3
75) 7512.3
77) 7700
78) 7812.3
79) 7900
85) 8500
888) DK37
Missing1748 
TOTAL43100.0
321) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (B_4B)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent36.7
2) Very good715.6
3) Good1124.4
4) Fair1431.1
5) Poor817.8
8) DK24.4
Missing1748 
TOTAL45100.0
322) Since your health changed at age__, did your health ever change from level? (B_5B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1430.4
5) No3269.6
8) DK00
Missing1748 
TOTAL46100.0
323) At what age did your health change? (B_3C)
TOTAL%
16) 1619.1
20) 2000
25) 2519.1
38) 3800
44) 4419.1
45) 4500
46) 46218.2
53) 5300
54) 5400
55) 5519.1
56) 5619.1
58) 5819.1
60) 6000
61) 6100
65) 6500
68) 6819.1
72) 7219.1
80) 8000
888) DK19.1
Missing1794 
TOTAL11100.0
324) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (B_4C)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent17.7
2) Very good215.4
3) Good538.5
4) Fair215.4
5) Poor323.1
Missing1794 
TOTAL13100.0
325) Since your health changed at age__, did your health ever change from level? (B_5C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes535.7
5) No964.3
Missing1794 
TOTAL14100.0
326) You've indicated that during your early childhood, your health was__- Since early childhood, has your health consistently stayed at this level, or did your health ever change from this level? (C_2A)
TOTAL%
1) Consistently stayed17352
5) Changed16048
9) REF00
Missing1333 
TOTAL333100.0
327) At what age did your health change? (C_3A)
TOTAL%
7) 763.7
8) 821.2
9) 921.2
10) 1042.5
11) 111.6
12) 1221.2
13) 131.6
14) 141.6
15) 1521.2
16) 1621.2
17) 1721.2
18) 181.6
19) 1921.2
20) 2031.9
21) 2121.2
22) 2242.5
23) 2300
24) 2400
25) 2521.2
26) 2600
27) 271.6
30) 30106.2
31) 3100
32) 3231.9
34) 3431.9
35) 3531.9
36) 361.6
38) 381.6
39) 391.6
40) 4095.6
41) 411.6
42) 421.6
43) 4321.2
44) 4400
45) 45116.8
47) 4721.2
48) 4853.1
50) 50148.7
52) 5231.9
53) 5331.9
54) 5442.5
55) 5585
56) 5653.1
57) 571.6
58) 581.6
59) 591.6
60) 6095.6
62) 6221.2
63) 631.6
65) 6521.2
66) 661.6
67) 6700
68) 681.6
70) 7053.1
71) 7100
72) 7200
74) 7400
75) 7521.2
76) 7600
77) 7700
80) 801.6
85) 851.6
90) 901.6
888) DK21.2
Missing1584 
TOTAL161100.0
328) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (C_4A)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent53.1
2) Very good2314.4
3) Good5232.5
4) Fair5232.5
5) Poor2616.3
8) DK21.3
Missing1584 
TOTAL160100.0
329) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level, or did your health ever change from this level? (C_5A)
TOTAL%
1) Consistently stayed7949.4
5) Changed8050
8) DK1.6
Missing1584 
TOTAL160100.0
330) At what age did your health change? (C_3B)
TOTAL%
8) 811.3
10) 1000
14) 1400
15) 1522.6
18) 1800
19) 1911.3
20) 2022.6
22) 2200
25) 2511.3
27) 2700
28) 2811.3
30) 3045.2
35) 3522.6
36) 3600
38) 3811.3
40) 4022.6
41) 4100
42) 4245.2
43) 4300
45) 4522.6
46) 4611.3
47) 4711.3
48) 4800
49) 4967.8
50) 5079.1
51) 5111.3
52) 5211.3
53) 5322.6
54) 5422.6
55) 5545.2
56) 5622.6
58) 5811.3
59) 5900
60) 6022.6
61) 6111.3
62) 6200
63) 6322.6
65) 6522.6
66) 6600
67) 6711.3
68) 6822.6
69) 6911.3
70) 7045.2
71) 7111.3
72) 7200
73) 7311.3
75) 7511.3
78) 7833.9
80) 8011.3
85) 8511.3
888) DK33.9
Missing1701 
TOTAL77100.0
331) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (C_4B)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent11.3
2) Very good1620
3) Good2733.8
4) Fair2126.3
5) Poor1215
8) DK33.8
Missing1701 
TOTAL80100.0
332) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level, or did your health ever change from this level? (C_5B)
TOTAL%
1) Consistently stayed6176.3
5) Changed1822.5
8) DK11.3
Missing1701 
TOTAL80100.0
333) At what age did your health change? (C_3C)
TOTAL%
27) 2700
39) 3916.3
40) 4016.3
43) 4300
45) 4516.3
48) 4800
50) 50212.5
52) 5216.3
53) 5316.3
59) 5916.3
63) 6316.3
65) 6500
69) 6916.3
70) 70212.5
71) 7100
72) 7200
75) 7500
80) 80212.5
85) 8500
888) DK212.5
Missing1787 
TOTAL16100.0
334) When your health changed at age__, would you say it became (C_4C)
TOTAL%
2) Very good15.6
3) Good527.8
4) Fair316.7
5) Poor738.9
8) DK211.1
Missing1787 
TOTAL18100.0
335) Since your health changed at age__, has your health consistently stayed at this level, or did your health ever change from this level? (C_5C)
TOTAL%
1) Consistently stayed1372.2
5) Changed527.8
8) DK00
Missing1787 
TOTAL18100.0
336) INTERVIEWER: Enter your interviewer identification number (INTID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1814731.78205.47
337) Refusal Conversion (REFCON)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23112.7
5) No156586.3
8) DK181
TOTAL1814100.0
338) INTERVIEWER: How would you rate the quality of the information obtained in this interview? (F1QUAL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent-no problems at all153584.6
2) Good-a few problems but overall quality good24713.6
3) Fair-a number of problems but overall acceptable311.7
4) Poor- many problems, overall quality open to question1.1
5) Inadequate-interview was terminated by interviewer or quality too poor to be included in data set00
TOTAL1814100.0
339) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Interview not in respondents native language (LOWQUAL1)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked27698.6
1) Checked41.4
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
340) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Hearing problems-hearing loss/background (LOWQUAL2)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked15756.3
1) Checked12243.7
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
341) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Interruptions or distractions (LOWQUAL3)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked22179.2
1) Checked5820.8
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
342) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Poor phone connection (LOWQUAL4)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked25691.4
1) Checked248.6
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
343) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Lack of mental or physical competency (LOWQUAL5)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked27297.5
1) Checked72.5
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
344) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Infirm (too weak or ill) (LOWQUAL6)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked279100
1) Checked00
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
345) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Intoxication (LOWQUAL7)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked27999.6
1) Checked1.4
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
346) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent was rushed (LOWQUAL8)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked26293.6
1) Checked186.4
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
347) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent did not take interview seriously (LOWQUAL9)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked27297.5
1) Checked72.5
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
348) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent did not understand the meaning of the questions (LOWQUA10)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked23684.3
1) Checked4415.7
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
349) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent was offended by the interview (LOWQUA11)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked26795.4
1) Checked134.6
Missing1472 
TOTAL280100.0
350) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent may not be truthful-someone else may have been listening (LOWQUA12)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked27899.6
1) Checked1.4
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
351) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Respondent many not be truthful-someone was within hearing distance (LOWQUA13)
TOTAL%
0) 027598.6
1) Checked41.4
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
352) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-Other, specify (LOWQUA14)
TOTAL%
0) Unchecked20071.7
1) Checked7928.3
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
353) What were the reasons that the quality of the information was less than excellent?-All done (LOWQUA15)
TOTAL%
1) Checked279100
Missing1472 
TOTAL279100.0
354) The respondent enjoyed taking this survey (RENJOY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree102156.3
2) Agree61533.9
3) Neither agree or disagree1498.2
4) Disagree221.2
5) Strongly disagree8.4
TOTAL1815100.0
355) I enjoyed interviewing this respondent (IENJOY)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree114763.2
2) Agree53429.4
3) Neither agree or disagree1025.6
4) Disagree251.4
5) Strongly disagree6.3
TOTAL1814100.0
356) Number of Adults in HH-intro3 and adults combined (ADULTHH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18142.130.74
357) Region (REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central20311.2
2) Midland75741.7
3) Northern20711.4
4) Southeast44624.6
5) Southwest1146.3
6) Panhandle884.8
TOTAL1815100.0
358) Age category (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
-9) DK or REF8.4
1) 19-2425213.9
2) 25-4461834.1
3) 45-6461033.6
4) 65+32618
TOTAL1814100.0
359) Weight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL11.287
360) Household weight (HWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18142.130.74
361) Age category (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19-2425214
2) 25-4461834.2
3) 45-6461033.8
4) 65+32618.1
Missing10 
TOTAL1806100.0
362) What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school diploma/GED/No diploma54430.8
2) Some college, but no degree25414.4
3) Technical/Associate/Junior college24714
4) Bachelor's degree47026.6
5) Graduate degree25414.4
Missing56 
TOTAL1769100.0
363) What is your sex? (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male89949.6
5) Female91550.4
TOTAL1814100.0
364) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Central20311.2
2) Midland75741.7
3) Northern20711.4
4) Southeast44624.6
5) Southwest1146.3
6) Panhandle884.8
TOTAL1815100.0
365) Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married/Married, living apart126769.9
2) Never married31617.4
3) Divorced/Separated1377.6
4) Widowed935.1
Missing2 
TOTAL1813100.0