Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2010

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


All frequencies weighted by 143) PWATE;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Survey ID (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37642055.02603.06
2) Q1. Does the number displayed on the pedestrian countdown timer influence your walking speed and/or decision on whether or not to enter the crosswalk? (ROAD1)
TOTAL%
1) I never enter the crosswalk if the flashing 'Don't Walk' signal is displayed, no matter what number is displayed.41411.3
2) Yes, but I will only enter the crosswalk if I can cross at my normal walking speed.2998.1
3) Yes, the number displayed may increase my walking speed, and decision on whether to enter the crosswalk.193552.7
4) I have never seen a pedestrian countdown timer.96326.2
5) Other, please specify581.6
Missing59 
TOTAL3669100.0
3) Q1. Does the number displayed on the pedestrian countdown timer influence your walking speed and/or decision on whether or not to enter the crosswalk? Other, please specify (ROAD1OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
4) Q2. When driving, how do pedestrian countdown timers influence you when approaching an intersection? (ROAD2)
TOTAL%
1) Pedestrian countdown timers do not affect my driving at all.135737.2
2) Depending on the number displayed, I may speed up in order to go through the intersection.78021.4
3) I have never seen a pedestrian countdown timer.118332.4
4) Other, please specify3329.1
Missing73 
TOTAL3652100.0
5) Q2. When driving, how do pedestrian countdown timers influence you when approaching an intersection? Other, please specify (ROAD2OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
6) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Car (ROAD3A)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected142037.7
1) Selected234462.3
TOTAL3764100.0
7) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Van (ROAD3B)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected317784.4
1) Selected58715.6
TOTAL3764100.0
8) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: SUV (ROAD3C)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected263670
1) Selected112830
TOTAL3764100.0
9) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Pickup truck (ROAD3D)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected265570.5
1) Selected110929.5
TOTAL3764100.0
10) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Bus (ROAD3E)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected375099.6
1) Selected14.4
TOTAL3764100.0
11) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Semi-trailer (ROAD3F)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected373799.3
1) Selected27.7
TOTAL3764100.0
12) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Please check all that apply: Other, please specify (ROAD3G)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected362096.2
1) Selected1443.8
TOTAL3764100.0
13) Q3. What types of vehicles do you drive on a regular basis? Other, please specify (ROAD3OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
14) Q4. How concerned are you about climate change? (CLIMCHG)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned63617.1
2) Somewhat concerned127834.4
3) A little concerned88823.9
4) Not at all concerned91024.5
Missing39 
TOTAL3712100.0
15) Q6. How fearful are you of terrorism? (TERROR)
TOTAL%
1) Very fearful153041.3
2) Somewhat fearful151740.9
3) A little fearful54914.8
4) Not at all fearful1133
Missing40 
TOTAL3709100.0
16) Q5. Do you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement? The more time a child spends in nature the less likely she or he is to be obese (seriously overweight). (NATURKID)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree86623.5
2) Agree180448.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree85823.2
4) Disagree1383.7
5) Strongly disagree25.7
Missing50 
TOTAL3691100.0
17) Q7. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. a. I enjoy playing in or watching soccer matches. (DHAWK4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1774.8
2) Agree67918.3
3) Neither Agree nor Disagree131835.6
4) Disagree94325.5
5) Strongly Disagree58415.8
Missing47 
TOTAL3701100.0
18) Q7. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. b. I would encourage my children to play youth soccer. (DHAWK5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree49413.6
2) Agree157443.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree118932.7
4) Disagree2506.9
5) Strongly disagree1313.6
Missing95 
TOTAL3638100.0
19) Q7. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. c. Compared to sports like football and baseball, soccer is 'un-American.' (DHAWK6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree822.2
2) Agree2035.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree98926.7
4) Disagree138237.4
5) Strongly disagree104428.2
Missing50 
TOTAL3700100.0
20) Q8. Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of care in nursing homes? (NH1)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality1063
2) Moderately high quality183152.5
3) Moderately low quality137939.6
4) Very low quality1694.8
Missing161 
TOTAL3485100.0
21) Q9. If a loved one became chronically ill or disabled, how willing would you be to have that person cared for in a nursing home? (NH3)
TOTAL%
1) Very willing71220.6
2) Somewhat willing158145.7
3) Somewhat unwilling83824.2
4) Very unwilling3269.4
Missing182 
TOTAL3457100.0
22) Q10. Now we have a series of statements about nursing homes. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement. a. The nursing home in your local community provides higher quality care than those in other parts of the country. (NH4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree2166.2
2) Agree110231.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree181752.3
4) Disagree2828.1
5) Strongly disagree551.6
Missing173 
TOTAL3472100.0
23) Q10. Now we have a series of statements about nursing homes. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement. b. 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 agree42212
2) Agree152143.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree69919.9
4) Disagree66719
5) Strongly disagree2005.7
Missing150 
TOTAL3509100.0
24) Q10. Now we have a series of statements about nursing homes. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement. c. Nursing homes are usually treated fairly by newspaper and television reports. (NH6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree32.9
2) Agree95327.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree203258.4
4) Disagree42812.3
5) Strongly disagree33.9
Missing172 
TOTAL3478100.0
25) Q10. Now we have a series of statements about nursing homes. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement. d. Once a person enters a nursing home, he or she is there for life. (NH7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1775.1
2) Agree90625.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree68719.6
4) Disagree142640.7
5) Strongly disagree3048.7
Missing157 
TOTAL3500100.0
26) Q10. Now we have a series of statements about nursing homes. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each statement. e. 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 agree1012.9
2) Agree37010.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree66219.1
4) Disagree160846.3
5) Strongly disagree73421.1
Missing174 
TOTAL3475100.0
27) Q11. Do you think that the care provided in nursing homes today is better than, worse than, or about the same as it was 5 years ago? (NH2)
TOTAL%
1) Better than133338.6
2) About the same as192555.7
3) Worse than1955.6
Missing182 
TOTAL3453100.0
28) Q12. How familiar are you with assisted living facilities? (NH11)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar76621.7
2) Somewhat familiar178750.6
3) Not too familiar97127.5
4) I've never heard of assisted living facilities.11.3
Missing134 
TOTAL3535100.0
29) Q13. 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 than277779.9
2) About the same as64618.6
3) Sicker than541.6
Missing170 
TOTAL3477100.0
30) Q14. Based on what you know or have heard, how would you evaluate the overall quality of assisted living facilities? (NH13)
TOTAL%
1) Very high quality49214.2
2) Moderately high quality271278.5
3) Moderately low quality2406.9
4) Very low quality10.3
Missing181 
TOTAL3454100.0
31) Q15. 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 involved1725
2) Somewhat involved187754.8
3) Not too involved126637
4) Not at all involved1103.2
Missing197 
TOTAL3425100.0
32) Q16. 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 willing122435.2
2) Somewhat willing189454.5
3) Somewhat unwilling2788
4) Very unwilling792.3
Missing170 
TOTAL3475100.0
33) Q17. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. a. Sending American manufacturing jobs to other countries harms the U.S. economy. (DHAWK1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree206058.3
2) Agree109130.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree2226.3
4) Disagree1063
5) Strongly disagree571.6
Missing135 
TOTAL3536100.0
34) Q17. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. b. International laws undermine America's ability to protect its national interests. (DHAWK2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree65719.1
2) Agree111232.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree125236.4
4) Disagree36010.5
5) Strongly disagree581.7
Missing198 
TOTAL3439100.0
35) Q17. Please indicate if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree with each of these statements. c. American culture is strengthened by the values and traditions that new immigrants bring here. (DHAWK3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree2216.3
2) Agree85524.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree107230.8
4) Disagree91226.2
5) Strongly disagree42612.2
Missing169 
TOTAL3486100.0
36) Q18. What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR_1)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma431.2
2) High School Diploma/GED66619
3) Some college, but no degree83223.7
4) Technical/Associate/Junior College (2-year, LPN)46813.3
5) Bachelor's Degree (4-year, BA, BS, RN)90525.8
6) Graduate Degree (Master's, PhD, Law, Medicine)59517
Missing153 
TOTAL3509100.0
37) Q19. Please indicate the category that describes your total family income in the last 12 months (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000391.2
2) $5,000-$9,999501.6
3) $10,000-$14,9991013.2
4) $15,000-$19,9991073.3
5) $20,000-$24,9991655.2
6) $25,000-$29,9991665.2
7) $30,000-$39,9992407.5
8) $40,000-$49,9992889
9) $50,000-$59,99933610.5
10) $60,000-$74,99945814.3
11) $75,000-$99,99951015.9
12) $100,000 or more73923.1
Missing332 
TOTAL3199100.0
38) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Working a full-time job (35 hours or more) (EMPL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected191050.7
1) Selected185449.3
TOTAL3764100.0
39) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Working a part-time job(s) (EMPL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected325986.6
1) Selected50513.4
TOTAL3764100.0
40) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (Go to question 23) (EMPL3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected369898.2
1) Selected661.8
TOTAL3764100.0
41) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Retired (Go to question 23) (EMPL4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected273172.6
1) Selected103327.4
TOTAL3764100.0
42) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. In school (Go to question 23) (EMPL5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected368297.8
1) Selected822.2
TOTAL3764100.0
43) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Keeping house (Go to question 23) (EMPL6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected336389.3
1) Selected40110.7
TOTAL3764100.0
44) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Disabled (Go to question 23) (EMPL7)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected366697.4
1) Selected982.6
TOTAL3764100.0
45) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Other, please specify (Go to question 23) (EMPL8)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected366597.4
1) Selected992.6
TOTAL3764100.0
46) Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Other, please specify (Go to question 23) (EMPL_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
47) [Recoded single category as in phone NASIS] Q20. Do you typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)185452.5
2) Working a part-time job(s)43712.4
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (Go to question 23)661.9
5) Retired (Go to question 23)93326.4
6) In school (Go to question 23)16.5
7) Keeping house (Go to question 23)1293.7
8) Disabled (Go to question 23)531.5
9) Other, please specify (Go to question 23)411.2
Missing140 
TOTAL3529100.0
48) Q21. How satisfied are you with your job? (JSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied94538.7
2) Satisfied106443.5
3) Dissatisfied1235
4) Very dissatisfied381.6
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied27511.2
Missing793 
TOTAL2445100.0
49) Q22. During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, NOT including the time you travel to and from work? Please write total hours worked including any second jobs. _ _ average total hours per week (WHRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL376439.4214.20
50) Q23. What is your current marital or relationship status? (MARR10M)
TOTAL%
1) Married286376.9
2) Never married (Go to question 25)2155.8
3) Divorced (Go to question 25)2566.9
4) Widowed (Go to question 25)2947.9
5) Separated (Go to question 25)4.1
6) Married, living apart17.5
7) Not married but living with partner (cohabiting)742
Missing30 
TOTAL3723100.0
51) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Working a full-time job (35 hours or more) (SEMP1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected211856.3
1) Selected164643.7
TOTAL3764100.0
52) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Working a part-time job(s) (SEMP2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected347992.4
1) Selected2857.6
TOTAL3764100.0
53) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. With a job, but not at work (due to illness, vacation, strike) (SEMP3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected375799.8
1) Selected7.2
TOTAL3764100.0
54) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (SEMP4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected372999.1
1) Selected35.9
TOTAL3764100.0
55) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Retired (SEMP5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected300979.9
1) Selected75520.1
TOTAL3764100.0
56) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. In school (SEMP6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected373599.2
1) Selected29.8
TOTAL3764100.0
57) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Keeping house (SEMP7)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected343391.2
1) Selected3318.8
TOTAL3764100.0
58) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Disabled (SEMP9)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected367297.6
1) Selected922.4
TOTAL3764100.0
59) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Please check all that apply. Other, please specify (SEMP8)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected368998
1) Selected752
TOTAL3764100.0
60) Q24. Does your spouse or partner typically work full time, part time, go to school, keep house, or something else? Other, please specify (SEMP_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
61) [Recoded single category as in phone NASIS] Spouse/Partner's current employment status (SEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)164655.9
2) Working a part-time job(s)2638.9
3) With a job, but not at work (due to illness, vacation, strike)7.2
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work301
5) Retired70423.9
6) In school8.3
7) Keeping house1966.7
8) Other, please specify391.3
9) Disabled531.8
Missing635 
TOTAL2946100.0
62) Q25. The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. a. My family has enough money to afford the kind of home we need. (FS1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree95625.8
2) Agree212157.3
3) Disagree39410.7
4) Strongly disagree1865
8) Don't know421.1
Missing50 
TOTAL3699100.0
63) Q25. The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. b. We have enough money to afford the kind of clothing we need. (FS2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree99426.9
2) Agree233063
3) Disagree2536.8
4) Strongly disagree1002.7
8) Don't know21.6
Missing52 
TOTAL3698100.0
64) Q25. The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. c. We have enough money to afford the kind of food we need. (FS3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree104628.2
2) Agree233863.1
3) Disagree2065.6
4) Strongly disagree932.5
8) Don't Know22.6
Missing46 
TOTAL3705100.0
65) Q25. The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree. d. We have enough money to afford the kind of medical care we need. (FS4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree80821.9
2) Agree181749.2
3) Disagree54814.8
4) Strongly disagree41911.4
8) Don't Know992.7
Missing52 
TOTAL3691100.0
66) Q26. During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty1494
2) Quite a bit of difficulty2376.4
3) Some difficulty64417.3
4) A little difficulty80321.6
5) No difficulty at all188950.8
Missing32 
TOTAL3722100.0
67) Q27. 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 left53814.6
2) Some money left over160143.4
3) Just enough to make ends meet102027.6
4) Almost enough to make ends meet2797.6
5) Not enough to make ends meet2556.9
Missing50 
TOTAL3693100.0
68) Q28. Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied38010.3
2) Satisfied146739.8
3) Dissatisfied74020.1
4) Very dissatisfied2406.5
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied86223.4
Missing49 
TOTAL3689100.0
69) Q29. What about your financial prospects? Do you feel that you are better off this year than you were two years ago at this time, about the same, or worse off? (PROS)
TOTAL%
1) Better off65617.7
2) About the same185250
3) Worse off119932.3
Missing39 
TOTAL3707100.0
70) Q30. Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska248266.3
2) Another state119531.9
3) Foreign country641.7
Missing16 
TOTAL3741100.0
71) Q31. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino/a? (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35.9
5) No366299.1
Missing47 
TOTAL3697100.0
72) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected1353.6
1) Selected362996.4
TOTAL3764100.0
73) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. Black or African American (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected371498.7
1) Selected501.3
TOTAL3764100.0
74) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected373199.1
1) Selected33.9
TOTAL3764100.0
75) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. American Indian or Alaska Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected371198.6
1) Selected531.4
TOTAL3764100.0
76) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected376099.9
1) Selected4.1
TOTAL3764100.0
77) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. Other race(s), please specify (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected376099.9
1) Selected4.1
TOTAL3764100.0
78) [Computed from HISP1 and RACE_OT] Race-Hispanic (RACE_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected372899
1) Selected361
TOTAL3764100.0
79) [Computed] Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Please check all that apply. Refused (RACE_8)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected375199.7
1) Selected13.3
TOTAL3764100.0
80) Q32. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? Other race(s), please specify (RACE_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
81) Race/ethnic category (RACECAT)
TOTAL%
1) White355394.4
2) Black461.2
3) Hispanic (any race)361
4) Other race/ethnicity (incl. Asian)862.3
9) Missing431.1
TOTAL3764100.0
82) Q33. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat105228.7
2) Republican169246.1
3) Independent79021.5
4) Other, please specify1333.6
Missing64 
TOTAL3667100.0
83) Q33. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? Other, please specify (PART_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
84) Q34. 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 liberal691.9
2) Liberal41111.3
3) Middle of the road149341
4) Conservative122133.5
5) Very conservative38510.6
6) Other, please specify631.7
Missing83 
TOTAL3642100.0
85) Q34. 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? Other, please specify (POLI_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
86) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: a. You felt sad. (SAD)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)151642.1
1) 184623.5
2) 254815.2
3) 33088.5
4) 41704.7
5) 5982.7
6) 627.7
7) 7 days (every day, all week)902.5
Missing104 
TOTAL3603100.0
87) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: b. You felt hopeful about the future. (HOPE)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)44412.5
1) 12477
2) 236210.2
3) 341811.8
4) 449213.9
5) 544012.4
6) 63018.5
7) 7 days (every day, all week)84723.9
Missing136 
TOTAL3551100.0
88) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: c. You felt you were as good as other people. (GOOD)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)1945.5
1) 1722
2) 21323.7
3) 32477
4) 43359.5
5) 537410.6
6) 638811
7) 7 days (every day, all week)178650.6
Missing143 
TOTAL3528100.0
89) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: d. You felt bothered by things that usually don't bother you. (BOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)161045
1) 172620.3
2) 246413
3) 33198.9
4) 41795
5) 51183.3
6) 6691.9
7) 7 days (every day, all week)892.5
Missing122 
TOTAL3574100.0
90) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: e. You felt lonely. (LONELY)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)220761.8
1) 145512.7
2) 22868
3) 32055.7
4) 41403.9
5) 5912.5
6) 6681.9
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1203.4
Missing123 
TOTAL3572100.0
91) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: f. You had trouble keeping your mind on what you were doing. (MIND)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)154343.1
1) 165718.4
2) 250714.2
3) 33469.7
4) 41785
5) 51393.9
6) 6671.9
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1393.9
Missing121 
TOTAL3576100.0
92) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: g. You felt that everything you did was an effort. (EFFORT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)155843.7
1) 170519.8
2) 248013.4
3) 32577.2
4) 41965.5
5) 51293.6
6) 6782.2
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1664.7
Missing124 
TOTAL3569100.0
93) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: h. You felt fearful. (FEARFUL)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)255971.4
1) 145212.6
2) 21724.8
3) 31424
4) 4822.3
5) 5631.8
6) 6411.1
7) 7 days (every day, all week)712
Missing119 
TOTAL3582100.0
94) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: i. You talked less than usual. (TALK)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)234465.4
1) 156315.7
2) 22667.4
3) 31754.9
4) 4712
5) 5722
6) 6371
7) 7 days (every day, all week)561.6
Missing120 
TOTAL3584100.0
95) Q35. Now we have some statements about how you might have felt during the past week. Below, please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: j. You felt depressed. (FELT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)228863.6
1) 151714.4
2) 22567.1
3) 31795
4) 41253.5
5) 5802.2
6) 6541.5
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1012.8
Missing106 
TOTAL3600100.0
96) Q36. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? (RELGAFFIL) (RELGAFIL)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant208259.3
2) Catholic (Go to question 38)109131.1
3) Jewish (Go to question 38)16.5
5) Other, please specify (Go to question 38)712
6) None (no religion) (Go to question 38)2517.1
Missing163 
TOTAL3511100.0
97) Q36. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? Other, please specify (Go to question 38) (RELGAFFIL_OT) (RELAFLOT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
98) Q37. Within the Protestant faith, do you consider yourself to be (PROTFAITH) (PROTFAIT)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant58734.1
2) Fundamentalist Protestant1247.2
3) Mainline Protestant64137.2
4) Liberal Protestant23813.8
5) Other, please specify1337.7
Missing1130 
TOTAL1723100.0
99) Q37. Within the Protestant faith, do you consider yourself to be: Other, please specify (PROTFAITH_OT) (PROFAIOT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
100) Q38. How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week2035.8
2) Once a week124335.7
3) Nearly every week43912.6
4) About once a month2908.3
5) Several times a year48213.8
6) About once a year2627.5
7) Less than once a year3008.6
8) Never2647.6
Missing179 
TOTAL3483100.0
101) Q39. In general, how much do your religious or spiritual beliefs influence your daily life? (RELGINFLU) (RELGINFL)
TOTAL%
1) Very much124136.1
2) Quite a bit99528.9
3) Some71920.9
4) A little2838.2
5) None1253.6
6) Doesn't apply (neither religious nor spiritual)752.2
Missing196 
TOTAL3438100.0
102) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if a. You received a small gift, such as a magnet or pen? (ATTR1A)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing1093.1
2) Somewhat more willing2808.1
3) A little more willing37310.7
4) Not at all more willing97728.1
5) Makes no difference173349.9
Missing188 
TOTAL3472100.0
103) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if b. You received money (cash)? (ATTR1B)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing87825.4
2) Somewhat more willing54115.7
3) A little more willing67619.6
4) Not at all more willing42712.4
5) Makes no difference93127
Missing198 
TOTAL3453100.0
104) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if c. You received a report on the results from the study? (ATTR1C)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing49414.3
2) Somewhat more willing69620.2
3) A little more willing80923.5
4) Not at all more willing56516.4
5) Makes no difference88025.6
Missing198 
TOTAL3444100.0
105) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if d. The survey took less than 15 minutes to complete? (ATTR1D)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing68319.7
2) Somewhat more willing86725
3) A little more willing68019.6
4) Not at all more willing45313.1
5) Makes no difference77922.5
Missing192 
TOTAL3462100.0
106) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if e. The survey took 15 to 30 minutes to complete? (ATTR1E)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing902.6
2) Somewhat more willing2898.4
3) A little more willing57116.6
4) Not at all more willing172250.2
5) Makes no difference76022.1
Missing210 
TOTAL3432100.0
107) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if f. The survey took more than 30 minutes to complete? (ATTR1F)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing331
2) Somewhat more willing822.4
3) A little more willing2537.4
4) Not at all more willing245971.7
5) Makes no difference60117.5
Missing215 
TOTAL3428100.0
108) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if g. The survey asked about a topic of interest to you? (ATTR1G)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing62518.1
2) Somewhat more willing100429.1
3) A little more willing84524.5
4) Not at all more willing38211.1
5) Makes no difference59917.3
Missing196 
TOTAL3455100.0
109) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if h. You knew the organization contacting you? (ATTR1H)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing60217.4
2) Somewhat more willing86625
3) A little more willing77322.4
4) Not at all more willing49914.4
5) Makes no difference71820.8
Missing195 
TOTAL3458100.0
110) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if i. You received a letter or postcard in the mail ahead of time to let you know about the survey? (ATTR1I)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing2306.6
2) Somewhat more willing42712.3
3) A little more willing53915.5
4) Not at all more willing84724.4
5) Makes no difference142441.1
Missing189 
TOTAL3467100.0
111) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if j. You felt comfortable with the interviewer during the first conversation of a telephone survey? (ATTR1J)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing2848.3
2) Somewhat more willing47113.7
3) A little more willing71020.6
4) Not at all more willing119034.6
5) Makes no difference78622.8
Missing208 
TOTAL3441100.0
112) Q40. Researchers sometimes need to talk to people more than once when they do studies. We want to know how much more willing you would be to agree to doing a second survey if certain incentives, topics, or time limits were addressed. How much more willing would you be to complete a second survey if k. You were compensated for cell phone minutes? (ATTR1K)
TOTAL%
1) A lot more willing2798.2
2) Somewhat more willing2677.8
3) A little more willing35610.4
4) Not at all more willing108731.9
5) Makes no difference142141.7
Missing231 
TOTAL3410100.0
113) Q41. Are there any other things that would make you likely or very likely to complete a survey a second time? (ATTR2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, please specify33610.1
5) No298189.9
Missing271 
TOTAL3317100.0
114) Q41. Are there any other things that would make you likely or very likely to complete a survey a second time? Yes, please specify (ATTR2OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
115) Q42. Sometimes we do surveys, like this one, by mail. We also do surveys on the phone, on the Web, and in person. Which type of survey would you MOST LIKELY do? (ATTR3)
TOTAL%
1) Mail (like this one)262480.7
2) Phone792.4
3) Web41712.8
4) In person321
5) Other, please specify983
Missing313 
TOTAL3250100.0
116) Q42. Sometimes we do surveys, like this one, by mail. We also do surveys on the phone, on the Web, and in person. Which type of survey would you MOST LIKELY do? Other, please specify (ATTR3OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
117) Q43. If we were able to offer you money to participate in a second survey, how much money would it take for you to do a second survey? (ATTR4)
TOTAL%
1) $0, I'd participate without receiving money.135340.6
2) $1-$52427.3
3) $6-$1042712.8
4) $11-$151735.2
5) $16-$203139.4
6) More than $2038511.5
7) I would NOT participate for any amount.44213.3
Missing259 
TOTAL3335100.0
118) Q44. Sometimes we have short telephone surveys, and sometimes we have longer surveys. What is the longest survey you think you would do on the phone? (ATTR5)
TOTAL%
1) I would NOT do a phone survey of any length.209859.8
2) 10 minutes or less101428.9
3) 11-15 minutes2085.9
4) 16-20 minutes1053
5) 21-25 minutes10.3
6) 26-30 minutes17.5
7) More than 30 minutes5.1
8) I'd do a phone survey of any length.501.4
Missing162 
TOTAL3507100.0
119) Q45. Do you have a landline (wired) home phone? (LANDLINE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes324094.4
5) No1935.6
Missing212 
TOTAL3433100.0
120) Q46. Do you have a cell (wireless, mobile) phone for personal use? (CELL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes295884.2
5) No (Go to question 48)55315.8
Missing166 
TOTAL3511100.0
121) Q47. 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 amount as your landline (wired) home phone? (CELL3)
TOTAL%
1) Use cell phone more125443.9
2) Use cell phone less95433.4
3) Use cell phone about the same52118.2
7) I only have a cell phone. (Go to question 49)1304.5
Missing566 
TOTAL2859100.0
122) Q48. In the next 12 months, how likely are you to stop using your landline (wired) home phone and switch instead to using only a cell phone? (CELL4)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely1945.8
2) Somewhat likely43312.9
3) Not very likely123436.7
4) Not at all likely150444.7
Missing241 
TOTAL3365100.0
123) Q49. If you were part of a second survey and you moved or changed phone numbers, how would you prefer to tell the researchers about these changes for you to complete the second survey? (MOVED)
TOTAL%
1) Mail179959.1
2) Email70523.1
3) Phone1916.3
4) Web page1464.8
5) Other, please specify2056.7
Missing430 
TOTAL3046100.0
124) Q49. If you were part of a second survey and you moved or changed phone numbers, how would you prefer to tell the researchers about these changes for you to complete the second survey? Other, please specify (MOV_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
125) Q50. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright147842
2) Buying (paying a mortgage)177150.3
3) Renting2356.7
4) Other, please specify16.5
5) Provided as part of job/wages15.4
9) Refused4.1
Missing163 
TOTAL3519100.0
126) Q50. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? Other, please specify (OHOM_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
127) Q51. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home581.6
2) Detached single family house337891
3) Townhouse/Condominium1153.1
4) Apartment/Duplex1484
5) Other, please specify11.3
9) Refused10
Missing41 
TOTAL3711100.0
128) Q51. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? Other, please specify (HOME_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
129) Q52. Are you still living in the same residence as you were 2 years ago? (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes349993.6
5) No2396.4
Missing24 
TOTAL3738100.0
130) Q53. Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm2697.3
2) Open country, but not a farm36710
3) Town or city304482.7
Missing58 
TOTAL3680100.0
131) Q54. Including yourself, how many adults age 19 and older live in your household? (ADULTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37642.070.83
132) Q55. How many children ages: a. 5 and younger live in your household? (KID0TO5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37640.190.54
133) How many children ages: b. 6 to 12 live in your household? (KID6TO12)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37640.300.65
134) Q55. How many children ages: c. 13 to 18 live in your household? (KIDS13UP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37640.320.66
135) Q56. How many years have you lived in this county? Please enter '0' if less than 1 year. (LIVE10M)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL376436.7222.33
136) Q58. Are you: (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male127338.2
5) Female206161.8
Missing244 
TOTAL3334100.0
137) Q59. In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
1914) 19142.1
1915) 19152.1
1916) 19162.1
1917) 19174.1
1918) 191811.3
1919) 19195.1
1920) 19209.2
1921) 19219.2
1922) 192212.3
1923) 192316.4
1924) 192424.6
1925) 192523.6
1926) 192624.6
1927) 192729.8
1928) 1928361
1929) 192934.9
1930) 193034.9
1931) 193135.9
1932) 193229.8
1933) 193331.8
1934) 1934581.5
1935) 1935381
1936) 1936451.2
1937) 1937391
1938) 1938361
1939) 1939641.7
1940) 1940501.3
1941) 194135.9
1942) 1942611.6
1943) 1943701.9
1944) 1944571.5
1945) 1945691.8
1946) 1946742
1947) 1947942.5
1948) 19481062.8
1949) 1949772
1950) 1950731.9
1951) 1951852.3
1952) 1952691.8
1953) 1953792.1
1954) 1954711.9
1955) 1955942.5
1956) 1956721.9
1957) 1957782.1
1958) 1958701.9
1959) 1959772
1960) 1960962.6
1961) 1961782.1
1962) 1962832.2
1963) 1963531.4
1964) 1964671.8
1965) 1965601.6
1966) 1966411.1
1967) 1967431.1
1968) 1968561.5
1969) 1969641.7
1970) 197028.7
1971) 1971371
1972) 1972481.3
1973) 197323.6
1974) 197426.7
1975) 197524.6
1976) 197635.9
1977) 1977361
1978) 197829.8
1979) 197934.9
1980) 198020.5
1981) 198112.3
1982) 198217.5
1983) 198310.3
1984) 19848.2
1985) 198514.4
1986) 19867.2
1988) 198812.3
1989) 19899.2
1990) 199015.4
1991) 199116.4
9999) No answer provided55114.6
TOTAL3764100.0
138) [Computed from birth year] Respondent's age (AGER_C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL376457.0315.46
139) Age category (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 24 years old591.8
2) 25 to 4460518.8
3) 45 to 64155648.4
4) 65 years or older99330.9
Missing319 
TOTAL3213100.0
140) Q60. Would you say that your overall health and well-being is excellent, good, fair, or poor? (SCWELL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent110429.7
2) Good197753.1
3) Fair54914.8
4) Poor902.4
Missing32 
TOTAL3720100.0
141) Q61. Do you smoke cigarettes? (SMOKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3459.8
5) No319190.2
Missing141 
TOTAL3536100.0
142) Region (REG)
TOTAL%
1) South Central45512.5
2) Midland138538
3) North2797.7
4) Southeast114931.5
5) Southwest2466.8
6) Panhandle1283.5
Missing86 
TOTAL3642100.0
143) Individual weight (PWATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1.80.703
144) Household weight (WATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL37641.221.80
145) Age category (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 24 years old591.8
2) 25 to 4460518.8
3) 45 to 64155648.4
4) 65 years or older99330.9
Missing319 
TOTAL3213100.0
146) Q18. What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High School Diploma/GED or less70920.2
2) Some college, but no degree83223.7
3) Technical/Associate/Junior College (2 yr, LPN)46813.3
4) Bachelor's Degree (4 yr, BA, BS, RN)90525.8
5) Graduate Degree (Masters, PhD, Law, Medicine)59517
Missing153 
TOTAL3509100.0
147) Q58. Are you: (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male127338.2
5) Female206161.8
Missing244 
TOTAL3334100.0
148) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) South Central45512.5
2) Midland138538
3) North2797.7
4) Southeast114931.5
5) Southwest2466.8
6) Panhandle1283.5
Missing86 
TOTAL3642100.0
149) Q19. Please indicate the category that describes your total family income in the last 12 months (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $20,0002979.3
2) $20,000 to $29,99933110.3
3) $30,000 to $49,99952816.5
4) $50,000 to $74,99979424.8
5) $75,000 to $99,99951015.9
6) $100,000 or more73923.1
Missing332 
TOTAL3199100.0
150) Q23. What is your current marital or relationship status? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married286376.9
2) Never married2155.8
3) Divorced, separated, or married, living apart2777.4
4) Widowed2947.9
5) Not married but living with a partner (cohabiting)742
Missing30 
TOTAL3723100.0