Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2011

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


All frequencies weighted by 240) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Survey ID (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101449.88262.69
2) Q1. How urgent are water quantity issues in Nebraska? (WTR1)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all urgent714.5
2) Not very urgent24115.4
3) Somewhat urgent50932.4
4) Urgent36423.2
5) Extremely urgent16410.4
6) Don't know/unsure22114.1
Missing32 
TOTAL1570100.0
3) Q2. Would you be interested in participating in discussions about water quantity management planning? (WTR2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all interested in participating74347.5
2) Not very interested in participating43027.5
3) Somewhat interested in participating28518.2
4) Interested in participating855.4
5) Extremely interested in participating201.3
Missing37 
TOTAL1563100.0
4) Q3. How much experience have you personally had with water issues? (WTR3)
TOTAL%
1) No experience83853.8
2) A little experience42527.3
3) Some experience21713.9
4) Quite a bit of experience392.5
5) A lot of experience221.4
6) Don't know/unsure171.1
Missing39 
TOTAL1558100.0
5) Q4. How effective is the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources at addressing water quantity management? (WTR4)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all effective241.5
2) A little effective1348.6
3) Somewhat effective29419
4) Quite effective33221.4
5) Extremely effective231.5
6) Don't know/unsure74448
Missing43 
TOTAL1551100.0
6) Q5. From your perspective, does the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources give Nebraskans an opportunity to be heard on their opinions about water quantity management? (WTR5)
TOTAL%
1) Gives no opportunity412.6
2) Gives little opportunity16010.3
3) Gives some opportunity36123.3
4) Gives quite a bit of opportunity1237.9
5) Gives a lot of opportunity523.4
6) Don't know/unsure81252.4
Missing41 
TOTAL1549100.0
7) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: a. Humans share common ancestors with apes. (LP1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33121.2
2) Agree33921.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree38924.9
4) Disagree1489.5
5) Strongly disagree35622.8
Missing33 
TOTAL1563100.0
8) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: b. Vaccines use our body's natural defenses to cure disease. (LP2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree37624.2
2) Agree73647.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree24415.7
4) Disagree1519.7
5) Strongly disagree483.1
Missing41 
TOTAL1555100.0
9) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: c. We owe our lives to the community of other organisms that share our bodies. (LP3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18912.3
2) Agree50132.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree56936.9
4) Disagree16710.8
5) Strongly disagree1147.4
Missing50 
TOTAL1540100.0
10) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: d. Death is part of the biology of life. (LP4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree86055
2) Agree62239.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree462.9
4) Disagree9.6
5) Strongly disagree261.7
Missing33 
TOTAL1563100.0
11) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: e. Many diseases result from interactions between genes and the environment. (LP5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree31620.5
2) Agree79651.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree33621.8
4) Disagree885.7
5) Strongly disagree8.5
Missing45 
TOTAL1544100.0
12) Q6. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: f. Women can wait to have a baby until their late 30s and still have a good chance of having a baby. (LP6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree27917.7
2) Agree70344.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree30119.1
4) Disagree26016.5
5) Strongly disagree291.8
Missing25 
TOTAL1572100.0
13) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: a. I am confident that the criminal justice system can reduce crime. (KB1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1298.1
2) Somewhat agree70944.8
3) Slightly agree39324.8
4) Do not agree35222.2
Missing22 
TOTAL1583100.0
14) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: b. I am confident that the police can protect me from violent crimes like assault. (KB2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree634
2) Somewhat agree48530.6
3) Slightly agree60137.9
4) Do not agree43727.6
Missing20 
TOTAL1586100.0
15) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: c. I am confident that the police can protect me from property crimes like theft. (KB3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree462.9
2) Somewhat agree42226.7
3) Slightly agree58937.3
4) Do not agree52433.1
Missing23 
TOTAL1581100.0
16) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: d. I think the justice system is fair in its treatment of people accused of committing a crime. (KB4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1328.4
2) Somewhat agree63640.3
3) Slightly agree48830.9
4) Do not agree32320.5
Missing26 
TOTAL1579100.0
17) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: e. I think the justice system is fair in its treatment of people victimized by crime. (KB5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree845.3
2) Somewhat agree62239.6
3) Slightly agree49831.7
4) Do not agree36823.4
Missing28 
TOTAL1572100.0
18) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: f. I think the justice system is fair in its application of the death penalty. (KB6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25116.1
2) Somewhat agree52033.3
3) Slightly agree26817.1
4) Do not agree52433.5
Missing36 
TOTAL1563100.0
19) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: g. I think the media is reliable as a source of information about crime. (KB7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree956
2) Somewhat agree42226.7
3) Slightly agree57536.4
4) Do not agree48730.8
Missing25 
TOTAL1579100.0
20) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: h. I think the government is reliable as a source of information about crime. (KB8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree573.6
2) Somewhat agree47930.2
3) Slightly agree62739.6
4) Do not agree42126.6
Missing23 
TOTAL1584100.0
21) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: i. I worry about personally becoming the victim of a violent crime. (KB9)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1569.9
2) Somewhat agree29718.8
3) Slightly agree51932.8
4) Do not agree60938.5
Missing25 
TOTAL1581100.0
22) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: j. I worry about personally becoming the victim of a property crime. (KB10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree21213.4
2) Somewhat agree40525.5
3) Slightly agree60538.1
4) Do not agree36423
Missing20 
TOTAL1586100.0
23) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: k. I worry about someone in my family becoming the victim of a crime. (KB11)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree28518
2) Somewhat agree46929.6
3) Slightly agree55434.9
4) Do not agree27817.5
Missing19 
TOTAL1586100.0
24) Q7. Please indicate how much you agree with the following statement: l. When I think about crime in this country, I feel angry. (KB12)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree58937.2
2) Somewhat agree45728.9
3) Slightly agree35322.3
4) Do not agree18511.7
Missing19 
TOTAL1584100.0
25) Q8. Rank criminal justice functions according to their importance: Punishing offenders for their crimes. (KB13A)
TOTAL%
1) Most important47030
2) Second most important52433.4
3) Third most important34522
4) Least important23014.7
Missing33 
TOTAL1569100.0
26) Q8. Rank criminal justice functions according to their importance: Rehabilitating offenders. (KB13B)
TOTAL%
1) Most important785
2) Second most important19312.3
3) Third most important37423.9
4) Least important91858.7
Missing36 
TOTAL1563100.0
27) Q8. Rank criminal justice functions according to their importance: Discouraging other people from committing crimes. (KB13C)
TOTAL%
1) Most important19712.6
2) Second most important43828
3) Third most important62439.8
4) Least important30819.7
Missing34 
TOTAL1567100.0
28) Q8. Rank criminal justice functions according to their importance: Protecting society from offenders. (KB13D)
TOTAL%
1) Most important91658.3
2) Second most important39625.2
3) Third most important18912
4) Least important694.4
Missing32 
TOTAL1570100.0
29) Q9. If you could choose among the following approaches, which do you think is the best penalty for murder? (KB14)
TOTAL%
1) Death penalty84653.8
2) Life in prison without the possibility of parole45829.1
3) Prison with the possibility of parole1117.1
4) Unsure/do not want to answer15810
Missing27 
TOTAL1573100.0
30) Q10. The rate of crime in the United States seems to be: (KB15)
TOTAL%
1) Decreasing674.2
2) Staying about the same43827.6
3) Increasing108068.1
Missing19 
TOTAL1585100.0
31) Q11. The rate of crime in my area seems to be: (KB16)
TOTAL%
1) Decreasing674.2
2) Staying about the same83752.9
3) Increasing67842.9
Missing23 
TOTAL1582100.0
32) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: a. Watch local news? (KB17)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days16010.3
2) 1 day1117.1
3) 2 days1107.1
4) 3 days1439.2
5) 4 days17010.9
6) 5 days1479.4
7) 6 days17010.9
8) 7 days54735.1
Missing44 
TOTAL1558100.0
33) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: b. Watch news commentary shows like The O'Reilly Factor or Anderson Cooper 360? (KB18)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days99563.8
2) 1 day19012.2
3) 2 days805.1
4) 3 days835.3
5) 4 days543.5
6) 5 days694.4
7) 6 days241.5
8) 7 days654.2
Missing46 
TOTAL1560100.0
34) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: c. Watch news magazine shows like ABC's Primetime or NBC's Dateline? (KB19)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days65341.8
2) 1 day42727.3
3) 2 days22214.2
4) 3 days1278.1
5) 4 days503.2
6) 5 days322
7) 6 days201.3
8) 7 days312
Missing44 
TOTAL1562100.0
35) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: d. Watch national news like CBS Evening News or CNN Newsroom? (KB20)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days44728.6
2) 1 day16110.3
3) 2 days18712
4) 3 days19212.3
5) 4 days1026.5
6) 5 days1378.8
7) 6 days1066.8
8) 7 days23214.8
Missing43 
TOTAL1564100.0
36) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: e. Watch TV crime dramas like Law & Order or CSI? (KB21)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days61839.4
2) 1 day23815.2
3) 2 days27617.6
4) 3 days17110.9
5) 4 days815.2
6) 5 days785
7) 6 days332.1
8) 7 days744.7
Missing40 
TOTAL1569100.0
37) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kind of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: f. Watch reality programs about crime like America's Most Wanted or COPS? (KB22)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days97161.9
2) 1 day23414.9
3) 2 days1217.7
4) 3 days905.7
5) 4 days462.9
6) 5 days634
7) 6 days11.7
8) 7 days322
Missing40 
TOTAL1568100.0
38) Q12. We are interested in knowing how often people watch different kinds of TV programs. How many days in the average week do you: g. Watch non-fictional programs about crime like those on A&E or the Discovery Channel? (KB23)
TOTAL%
1) 0 days62339.7
2) 1 day37624
3) 2 days20312.9
4) 3 days1086.9
5) 4 days815.2
6) 5 days674.3
7) 6 days14.9
8) 7 days966.1
Missing40 
TOTAL1568100.0
39) Q13. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' how familiar are you with the following name: a. Rush Limbaugh. (KB24)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all24215.5
2) 2925.9
3) 3976.2
4) 41308.3
5) 51398.9
6) 6825.3
7) 71258
8) 81167.5
9) Very much53434.3
Missing44 
TOTAL1557100.0
40) Q13. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' how familiar are you with the following name: b. Bill O'Reilly. (KB25)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all36123.1
2) 217411.1
3) 3825.2
4) 4865.5
5) 515710
6) 6724.6
7) 71177.5
8) 8845.4
9) Very much43127.6
Missing43 
TOTAL1564100.0
41) Q13. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' how familiar are you with the following name: c. Glenn Beck. (KB26)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all47530.5
2) 216410.5
3) 3875.6
4) 4634
5) 51318.4
6) 6734.7
7) 71086.9
8) 8624
9) Very much39325.3
Missing47 
TOTAL1556100.0
42) Q13. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' how familiar are you with the following name: d. Sean Hannity. (KB27)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all77449.7
2) 21056.7
3) 3805.1
4) 4573.7
5) 5613.9
6) 6362.3
7) 7865.5
8) 8674.3
9) Very much29118.7
Missing48 
TOTAL1557100.0
43) Q13. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' how familiar are you with the following name: e. Ann Coulter. (KB28)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all78250.2
2) 21388.9
3) 31117.1
4) 4392.5
5) 5815.2
6) 6452.9
7) 7714.6
8) 8513.3
9) Very much24115.5
Missing45 
TOTAL1559100.0
44) Q14. Thinking only of the names you are familiar with, how much do you like or dislike the people on that list (Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Ann Coulter)? (KB29)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly dislike29118.8
2) Somewhat dislike19312.4
3) Neither dislike nor like48531.3
4) Somewhat like22614.6
5) Strongly like1429.2
6) Do not know any of the names well enough21413.8
Missing54 
TOTAL1551100.0
45) Q15. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' rate the following statement: a. How politically informed do you think Americans are? (KB30)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all925.9
2) 222514.4
3) 344528.5
4) 435222.6
5) 527817.8
6) 61016.5
7) 7352.2
8) 812.8
9) Very much191.2
Missing44 
TOTAL1559100.0
46) Q15. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' rate the following statement: b. How politically informed do you think liberals are? (KB31)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all1278.3
2) 217711.5
3) 325916.8
4) 428018.2
5) 533922
6) 619912.9
7) 7966.2
8) 8342.2
9) Very much271.8
Missing60 
TOTAL1538100.0
47) Q15. On a scale where 1 means 'not at all' and 9 means 'very much,' rate the following statement: c. How politically informed do you think conservatives are? (KB32)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all553.6
2) 21469.5
3) 323415.2
4) 434322.3
5) 535923.3
6) 618111.8
7) 71177.6
8) 8352.3
9) Very much704.5
Missing59 
TOTAL1540100.0
48) Q16. How many times in the last 12 months did you visit a historic site or museum in Nebraska? (If your answer is '0,' go to Question 20 'SATRD') (TOUR1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101.702.69
49) Q17. If there were no historic sites or museums to visit in Nebraska, what would you most likely do instead? (Choose only one response.) (TOUR2)
TOTAL%
1) Visit another type of attraction in Nebraska28434.8
2) Spend the money on something else in Nebraska19824.3
3) Visit a historic site or museum in another state9611.8
4) Visit another type of attraction in another state566.9
5) Spend the money on something else in another state192.3
6) Save the money14317.5
7) Other, please specify.192.3
Missing495 
TOTAL815100.0
50) Q17. If there were no historic sites or museums to visit in Nebraska, what you would most likely do instead? (Choose only one response.): specify other (TOUR2_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
51) Q18. How many times in the last 12 months did you visit a historic site or museum in Nebraska where you travelled 50 or more miles, one way, away from home? (If your answer is '0,' go to Question 20 'SATRD') (TOUR3)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16100.981.74
52) Q19. For your most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people traveled with you? (TOUR4A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16103.165.50
53) Q19. For your most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people from your household traveled with you? (TOUR4B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101.921.52
54) Q19. For your most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: Was this an overnight trip or a day trip? (TOUR4C)
TOTAL%
1) Overnight trip19345.2
2) Day trip23454.8
Missing682 
TOTAL427100.0
55) Q19. For your most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: What was the primary purpose of this trip? (TOUR4D)
TOTAL%
1) Convention, training/seminar, or other group meeting204.7
2) Other business204.7
3) Visit friends or relatives8319.6
4) Getaway weekend8319.6
5) General vacation9823.2
6) Other leisure11928.1
Missing683 
TOTAL423100.0
56) Q19. For your most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: About how much did the trip cost for you only? (TOUR4E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1610134.40301.88
57) Q19. For your second most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people traveled with you? (TOUR5A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16103.375.29
58) Q19. For your second most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people from your household traveled with you? (TOUR5B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102.091.53
59) Q19. For your second most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: Was this an overnight trip or a day trip? (TOUR5C)
TOTAL%
1) Overnight trip8933.6
2) Day trip17666.4
Missing768 
TOTAL265100.0
60) Q19. For your second most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: What was the primary purpose of this trip? (TOUR5D)
TOTAL%
1) Convention, training/seminar, or other group meeting83.1
2) Other business187
3) Visit friends or relatives6424.8
4) Getaway weekend4216.3
5) General vacation4115.9
6) Other leisure8532.9
Missing769 
TOTAL258100.0
61) Q19. For your second most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: About how much did the trip cost for you only? (TOUR5E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1610179.34366.90
62) Q19. For your third most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people traveled with you? (TOUR6A)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102.712.70
63) Q19. For your third most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: How many people from you household traveled with you? (TOUR6B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102.031.60
64) Q19. For your third most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: Was this an overnight trip or a day trip? (TOUR6C)
TOTAL%
1) Overnight trip6743.2
2) Day trip8856.8
Missing819 
TOTAL155100.0
65) Q19. For your third most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: What was the primary purpose of this trip? (TOUR6D)
TOTAL%
1) Convention, training/seminar, or other group meeting32
2) Other business2013.2
3) Visit friends or relatives1711.2
4) Getaway weekend3019.7
5) General vacation3523
6) Other leisure4730.9
Missing819 
TOTAL152100.0
66) Q19. For your third most recent trip of at least 50 miles to a historic site or museum in Nebraska, please answer the following question: About how much did the trip cost for you only? (TOUR6E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1610110.87124.79
67) Q20. How satisfied are you with the quality of roads in your area? (SATRD)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied452.8
2) Satisfied49030.8
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied26716.8
4) Dissatisfied58937
5) Very dissatisfied20212.7
Missing14 
TOTAL1593100.0
68) Q21. How often do you recycle household waste such as newspapers, plastic bottles, and aluminum cans? (RECYCLE)
TOTAL%
1) Always82951.9
2) Sometimes41325.8
3) Rarely17010.6
4) Never18611.6
Missing11 
TOTAL1598100.0
69) Q22. How often do you take steps to conserve the amount of water your household uses? (CNSRWT)
TOTAL%
1) Always54434
2) Sometimes86754.2
3) Rarely1569.8
4) Never332.1
Missing13 
TOTAL1600100.0
70) Q23. I can find the kind of job I want in Nebraska. Would you say you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with that statement? (JOBWANT)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree25115.9
2) Agree79250.3
3) Disagree23815.1
4) Strongly disagree1318.3
5) Doesn't apply, I do not work.16310.3
Missing30 
TOTAL1575100.0
71) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: a. It is important for me to have children. (PAR1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree88556.9
2) Agree45529.3
3) Disagree1539.8
4) Strongly disagree624
Missing44 
TOTAL1555100.0
72) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: b. I think my life will be or is more fulfilling with children. (PAR2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree95461.4
2) Agree42627.4
3) Disagree1348.6
4) Strongly disagree412.6
Missing43 
TOTAL1555100.0
73) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: c. I always thought I'd be a parent. (PAR3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree80452.5
2) Agree44329
3) Disagree24115.8
4) Strongly disagree422.7
Missing60 
TOTAL1530100.0
74) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: d. My life is or would be just as fulfilling without children. (PAR4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree835.4
2) Agree27117.5
3) Disagree68043.8
4) Strongly disagree51733.3
Missing45 
TOTAL1551100.0
75) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: e. Having a child is important to me feeling complete as a man/woman. (PAR5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44028.4
2) Agree58637.9
3) Disagree40626.2
4) Strongly disagree1157.4
Missing45 
TOTAL1547100.0
76) Q24. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement: f. Raising children is or has been important in my life. (PAR6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree95661.2
2) Agree40125.7
3) Disagree16310.4
4) Strongly disagreed412.6
Missing37 
TOTAL1561100.0
77) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: a. You felt sad. (SAD)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)51232.5
1) 144228.1
2) 230419.3
3) 31016.4
4) 41086.9
5) 5573.6
6) 6191.2
7) 7 days (every day, all week)322
Missing25 
TOTAL1575100.0
78) Q26. 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)634
1) 11117.1
2) 21207.6
3) 331019.7
4) 424515.6
5) 521713.8
6) 616310.4
7) 7 days (every day, all week)34521.9
Missing28 
TOTAL1574100.0
79) Q26. 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)442.8
1) 1281.8
2) 2613.9
3) 31358.6
4) 416610.6
5) 527317.4
6) 622314.2
7) 7 days (every day, all week)63540.6
Missing32 
TOTAL1565100.0
80) Q26. 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)61138.8
1) 138824.6
2) 227317.3
3) 3956
4) 4593.7
5) 5905.7
6) 6261.7
7) 7 days (every day, all week)332.1
Missing26 
TOTAL1575100.0
81) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: e. You felt lonely. (LONELY)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)91958.6
1) 126717
2) 21157.3
3) 3754.8
4) 4503.2
5) 5583.7
6) 6352.2
7) 7 days (every day, all week)483.1
Missing33 
TOTAL1567100.0
82) Q26. 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)49431.4
1) 134922.2
2) 223815.1
3) 320613.1
4) 41046.6
5) 51076.8
6) 6221.4
7) 7 days (every day, all week)533.4
Missing30 
TOTAL1573100.0
83) Q26. 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)51132.7
1) 134221.9
2) 221113.5
3) 316310.4
4) 4905.8
5) 51016.5
6) 6402.6
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1056.7
Missing33 
TOTAL1563100.0
84) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: h. You felt fearful. (FEARFUL)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)105567.1
1) 126817
2) 2825.2
3) 3714.5
4) 4412.6
5) 5241.5
6) 65.3
7) 7 days (every day, all week)271.7
Missing31 
TOTAL1573100.0
85) Q26. 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)84453.9
1) 138124.3
2) 216910.8
3) 3935.9
4) 4221.4
5) 5362.3
6) 64.3
7) 7 days (every day, all week)171.1
Missing32 
TOTAL1566100.0
86) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: j. You felt depressed. (FELT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)96361.3
1) 129018.5
2) 21127.1
3) 3362.3
4) 4452.9
5) 5563.6
6) 6291.8
7) 7 days (every day, all week)392.5
Missing30 
TOTAL1570100.0
87) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: k. You did not feel like eating; your appetite was poor. (EAT)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)114872.8
1) 117210.9
2) 2845.3
3) 31016.4
4) 414.9
5) 5312
6) 6161
7) 7 days (every day, all week)11.7
Missing26 
TOTAL1577100.0
88) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: l. You felt that you could not shake off the blues even with the help of family or friends. (BLUES)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)127981.5
1) 11227.8
2) 2664.2
3) 3332.1
4) 4251.6
5) 5271.7
6) 612.8
7) 7 days (every day, all week)6.4
Missing30 
TOTAL1570100.0
89) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: m. Your sleep was restless. (SLEEP)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)50131.8
1) 128318
2) 229118.5
3) 315710
4) 41006.4
5) 5613.9
6) 6412.6
7) 7 days (every day, all week)1398.8
Missing29 
TOTAL1573100.0
90) Q26. Please indicate the number of days in the past week, including today, that: n. You could not get 'going.' (GOING)
TOTAL%
0) 0 days (none)57336.4
1) 138524.4
2) 228718.2
3) 31338.4
4) 4523.3
5) 5724.6
6) 6211.3
7) 7 days (every day, all week)533.4
Missing27 
TOTAL1576100.0
91) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: a. Competent person. (SELF1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree93659
2) Agree63640.1
3) Disagree13.8
4) Strongly disagree2.1
Missing16 
TOTAL1587100.0
92) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: b. Compassionate person. (SELF2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree80250.7
2) Agree74447.1
3) Disagree332.1
4) Strongly disagree2.1
Missing19 
TOTAL1581100.0
93) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: c. Warm person. (SELF3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree62239.3
2) Agree86254.5
3) Disagree956
4) Strongly disagree2.1
Missing20 
TOTAL1581100.0
94) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: d. Forceful person. (SELF4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1449.1
2) Agree54234.4
3) Disagree78749.9
4) Strongly disagree1046.6
Missing27 
TOTAL1577100.0
95) Q27. In general, I think of myself as an: e. Independent person. (SELF5)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree68242.9
2) Agree80850.9
3) Disagree935.9
4) Strongly disagree5.3
Missing18 
TOTAL1588100.0
96) Q27. In general, I think of myself as an: f. Understanding person. (SELF6)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree63840.3
2) Agree90957.5
3) Disagree312
4) Strongly disagree4.3
Missing20 
TOTAL1582100.0
97) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: g. Cheerful person. (SELF7)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree47029.9
2) Agree97361.9
3) Disagree1217.7
4) Strongly disagree8.5
Missing26 
TOTAL1572100.0
98) Q27. In general, I think of myself as an: h. Ambitious person. (SELF8)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree44928.4
2) Agree84453.5
3) Disagree27517.4
4) Strongly disagree11.7
Missing20 
TOTAL1579100.0
99) Q27. In general, I think of myself as a: i. Feminist. (SELF9)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1399.1
2) Agree36323.8
3) Disagree60739.8
4) Strongly disagree41827.4
Missing60 
TOTAL1527100.0
100) Q28. It is important for me to look physically attractive in public. (SELF10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree513.2
2) Agree34221.4
3) Disagree99562.4
4) Strongly disagree20713
Missing13 
TOTAL1595100.0
101) Q29. I feel it is important to keep my home attractive. (SELF11)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree623.9
2) Agree724.5
3) Disagree106666.7
4) Strongly disagree39925
Missing9 
TOTAL1599100.0
102) Q30. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright45628.8
2) Buying (paying a mortgage)89256.3
3) Renting22614.3
4) Other4.3
5) Provided as part of job/wages6.4
Missing25 
TOTAL1584100.0
103) Q30. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? Other: specify. (OHOM_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
104) Q31. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home593.7
2) Detached single family house135985.3
3) Townhouse/Condominium855.3
4) Apartment/Duplex855.3
5) Other5.3
Missing18 
TOTAL1593100.0
105) Q31. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? Other: please specify. (HOME_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
106) Q32. How many years have you lived in this county? Please enter '0' if less than 1 year. (LIVE10M)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161025.6121.16
107) Q33. Please indicate the category that describes your total family income in the last 12 months. (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,0005.3
2) $5,000 - $9,999201.3
3) $10,000 - $14,999402.7
4) $15,000 - $19,999704.7
5) $20,000 - $24,999513.4
6) $25,000 - $29,999996.6
7) $30,000 - $39,99920813.9
8) $40,000 - $49,9991308.7
9) $50,000 - $59,9991419.4
10) $60,000 - $74,99921414.3
11) $75,000 - $99,99923715.8
12) $100,000 or more28118.8
Missing94 
TOTAL1496100.0
108) Q34. During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty875.9
2) Quite a bit of difficulty845.7
3) Some difficulty30821
4) A little difficulty36825
5) No difficulty at all62342.4
Missing84 
TOTAL1470100.0
109) Q35. 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 left21915
2) Some money left over60441.5
3) Just enough to make ends meet42929.5
4) Almost enough to make ends meet1057.2
5) Not enough to make ends meet996.8
Missing92 
TOTAL1456100.0
110) Q36. Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied1228.4
2) Satisfied50534.6
3) Dissatisfied40327.6
4) Very dissatisfied1238.4
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied30721
Missing86 
TOTAL1460100.0
111) Q37. 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) Better54937.4
2) Same51435.1
3) Worse40327.5
Missing85 
TOTAL1466100.0
112) Q38. The following statement concerns your family's financial situation. For this 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 agree45228.7
2) Agree80851.2
3) Disagree22714.4
4) Strongly disagree744.7
8) Don't know161
Missing34 
TOTAL1577100.0
113) Q38. The following statement concerns your family's financial situation. For this 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 agree46829.7
2) Agree90757.6
3) Disagree1469.3
4) Strongly disagree513.2
8) Don't know4.3
Missing32 
TOTAL1576100.0
114) Q38. The following statement concerns your family's financial situation. For this 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 agree50932.2
2) Agree91257.7
3) Disagree1147.2
4) Strongly disagree432.7
8) Don't know3.2
Missing30 
TOTAL1581100.0
115) Q38. The following statement concerns your family's financial situation. For this 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 agree38724.6
2) Agree68343.4
3) Disagree28017.8
4) Strongly disagree19812.6
8) Don't know251.6
Missing35 
TOTAL1573100.0
116) Q39. What is your current marital or relationship status? (MARR10M)
TOTAL%
1) Married105166.7
2) Never married (Go to Question 41 'RESI')24415.5
3) Divorced (Go to Question 41 'RESI')956
4) Widowed (Go to Question 41 'RESI')774.9
6) Married, living apart5.3
7) Not married but living with partner (cohabiting)1036.5
Missing32 
TOTAL1575100.0
117) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more) (SEMP1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected90156
1) Selected70944
TOTAL1610100.0
118) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Working a part-time job(s) (SEMP2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected144789.9
1) Selected16310.1
TOTAL1610100.0
119) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) With a job, but not at work (due to illness, vacation, strike) (SEMP3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected160799.8
1) Selected3.2
TOTAL1610100.0
120) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (SEMP4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected158298.3
1) Selected271.7
TOTAL1609100.0
121) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Retired (SEMP5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected144990
1) Selected16110
TOTAL1610100.0
122) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) In school (SEMP6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected156797.3
1) Selected432.7
TOTAL1610100.0
123) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Keeping house (SEMP7)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected143889.3
1) Selected17210.7
TOTAL1610100.0
124) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Disabled (SEMP8)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected155796.7
1) Selected533.3
TOTAL1610100.0
125) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Other, please specify (SEMP9)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected158998.8
1) Selected201.2
TOTAL1609100.0
126) Q40. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Other, please specify: (SEMP_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
127) Q41. Are you still living in the same residence as you were 2 years ago? (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes130082.4
5) No27817.6
Missing34 
TOTAL1578100.0
128) Q42. Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm1388.8
2) Open country not on a farm1549.8
3) Town or city127681.4
Missing42 
TOTAL1568100.0
129) Q43. Including yourself, how many adults age 19 and older live in your household? (ADULTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102.110.75
130) Q44. How many children ages: a. 5 and younger live in your household? (KIDS0TO5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16100.270.60
131) Q44. How many children ages: b. 6 to 12 live in your household? (kids6to12) (KIDS6T12)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16100.310.70
132) Q44. How many children ages: c. 13 to 18 live in your household? (KIDS13UP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16100.330.77
133) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Relationship to you. (HH1B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
134) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Age. (HH1C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161047.3517.98
135) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Date of birth month. (HH1D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16107.144.32
136) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Date of birth day. (HH1E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161015.049.12
137) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Date of birth year. (HH1F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101952.86142.60
138) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 1: Sex. (HH1G)
TOTAL%
1) Male69449.6
2) Female70450.4
Missing127 
TOTAL1398100.0
139) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Relationship to you. (HH2B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
140) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Age. (HH2C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161047.2115.49
141) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Date of birth month. (HH2D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16106.253.45
142) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Date of birth day. (HH2E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161015.028.69
143) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Date of birth year. (HH2F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101948.66166.19
144) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 2: Sex. (HH2G)
TOTAL%
1) Male57246.5
2) Female65853.5
Missing295 
TOTAL1230100.0
145) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Relationship to you. (HH3B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
146) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Age. (HH3C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161020.4617.77
147) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Date of birth month. (HH3D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16107.113.31
148) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Date of birth day. (HH3E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161016.558.99
149) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Date of birth year. (HH3F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101980.33133.75
150) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 3: Sex. (HH3G)
TOTAL%
1) Male38554.1
2) Female32645.9
Missing629 
TOTAL711100.0
151) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Relationship to you. (HH4B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
152) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Age. (HH4C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161014.0312.53
153) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Date of birth month. (HH4D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16105.723.21
154) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Date of birth day. (HH4E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161017.079.25
155) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Date of birth year. (HH4F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16101996.1312.81
156) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 4: Sex. (HH4G)
TOTAL%
1) Male25859.3
2) Female17740.7
Missing746 
TOTAL435100.0
157) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Relationship to you. (HH5B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
158) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Age. (HH5C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16108.946.41
159) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Date of birth month. (HH5D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16107.313.19
160) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Date of birth day. (HH5E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161015.639.14
161) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Date of birth year. (HH5F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102001.926.27
162) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 5: Sex. (HH5G)
TOTAL%
1) Male7644.4
2) Female9555.6
Missing835 
TOTAL171100.0
163) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Relationship to you. (HH6B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
164) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Age. (HH6C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16106.886.63
165) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Date of birth month. (HH6D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16106.843.53
166) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Date of birth day. (HH6E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161016.237.15
167) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Date of birth year. (HH6F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102004.326.28
168) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 6: Sex. (HH6G)
TOTAL%
1) Male3960.9
2) Female2539.1
Missing881 
TOTAL64100.0
169) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Relationship to you. (HH7B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
170) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Age. (HH7C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16105.584.29
171) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Date of birth month. (HH7D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16106.134.22
172) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Date of birth day. (HH7E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161021.763.63
173) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Date of birth year. (HH7F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102005.364.64
174) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 7: Sex. (HH7G)
TOTAL%
1) Male1583.3
2) Female316.7
Missing900 
TOTAL18100.0
175) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Relationship to you. (HH8B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
176) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Age. (HH8C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16105.144.78
177) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Date of birth month. (HH8D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16109.303.63
178) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Date of birth day. (HH8E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161025.157.41
179) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Date of birth year. (HH8F)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102005.405.31
180) Q45. For each of the people who were living or staying in the house, apartment or mobile home, please provide their initials, their relationship to you, their age, their date of birth, and their sex. (The person completing this survey should be Person 1.) Person 8: Sex. (HH8G)
TOTAL%
1) Male562.5
2) Female337.5
Missing903 
TOTAL8100.0
181) Q46. Are you: (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male77849.6
5) Female79150.4
Missing31 
TOTAL1569100.0
182) Q47. Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska98662.5
2) Another state51532.7
3) Foreign country764.8
Missing26 
TOTAL1577100.0
183) Q48. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino/a? (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes825.2
5) No148194.8
Missing35 
TOTAL1563100.0
184) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected815
1) Selected152995
TOTAL1610100.0
185) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) Black or African American? (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected160299.6
1) Selected7.4
TOTAL1609100.0
186) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected159499
1) Selected161
TOTAL1610100.0
187) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) American Indian or Alaska Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected159599.1
1) Selected15.9
TOTAL1610100.0
188) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected160999.9
1) Selected1.1
TOTAL1610100.0
189) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) Other race(s), please specify (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected160699.8
1) Selected4.2
TOTAL1610100.0
190) Q49. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply.) Other race(s), please specify: (RACE_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
191) Q50. What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma312
2) High School Diploma/GED27818.2
3) Some college but no degree35523.2
4) Technical/Associate/Junior College (2 year, LPN)22714.9
5) Bachelor's Degree (4 year, BA, BS, RN)39926.1
6) Graduate Degree (Masters, PhD, Law, Medicine)23815.6
Missing55 
TOTAL1528100.0
192) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more) (EMPL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected70343.7
1) Selected90756.3
TOTAL1610100.0
193) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Working a part-time job(s) (EMPL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected133182.7
1) Selected27917.3
TOTAL1610100.0
194) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL3)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected153995.6
1) Selected714.4
TOTAL1610100.0
195) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Retired (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL4)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected137685.5
1) Selected23414.5
TOTAL1610100.0
196) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) In school (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL5)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected143389
1) Selected17711
TOTAL1610100.0
197) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Keeping house (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL6)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected147591.7
1) Selected1348.3
TOTAL1609100.0
198) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Disabled (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL7)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected155596.6
1) Selected553.4
TOTAL1610100.0
199) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Other, please specify (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL8)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected158598.4
1) Selected251.6
TOTAL1610100.0
200) Q51. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply.) Other, please specify: (Go to Question 54 'PART') (EMPL_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
201) Q52. How satisfied are you with your job? (JSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied42334.6
2) Satisfied51942.4
3) Dissatisfied867
4) Very satisfied272.2
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied16813.7
Missing287 
TOTAL1223100.0
202) Q53. During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, NOT including the time you travel to and from work? (WHRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161039.9913.88
203) Q54. 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? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal926
2) Liberal23715.5
3) Middle-of-the-road54535.7
4) Conservative45529.8
5) Very conservative1509.8
6) Other493.2
Missing60 
TOTAL1528100.0
204) Q54. 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 (PART_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
205) Q55. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? (POLI)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat48130.9
2) Republican68744.1
3) Independent33621.6
4) Other543.5
Missing43 
TOTAL1558100.0
206) Q55. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else? Other: please specify. (POLI_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
207) Q56. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? (relgaffil) (RELAFFIL)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant90057.7
2) Catholic41326.5
3) Jewish (Go to Question 58 'RATT')3.2
4) Muslim (Go to Question 58 'RATT')2.1
5) Other (Go to Question 58 'RATT')664.2
6) None (no religion) (Go to Question 58 'RATT')17611.3
Missing38 
TOTAL1560100.0
208) Q56. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? Other, please specify: (Go to Question 58 'RATT') (relgaffil_ot) (REL_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
209) Q57. Within the Protestant faith, do you consider yourself to be: (protfaith) (PROFAITH)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical Protestant21829.9
2) Fundamentalist Protestant648.8
3) Mainline Protestant22330.5
4) Liberal Protestant9012.3
5) Other13518.5
Missing461 
TOTAL730100.0
210) Q57. Within the Protestant faith: Other, please specify. (protfaith_ot) (PRO_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
211) Q58. How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week815.2
2) Once a week48130.8
3) Nearly every week1479.4
4) About once a month1197.6
5) Several times a year21013.4
6) About once a year1308.3
7) Less than once a year16510.5
8) Never23114.8
Missing36 
TOTAL1564100.0
212) Q59. In general, how much do your religious or spiritual beliefs influence your daily life? (relginflu) (RELINFLU)
TOTAL%
1) Very much49731.6
2) Quite a bit39625.2
3) Some36823.4
4) A little1288.1
5) None1066.7
6) Doesn't apply, not religious or spiritual764.8
Missing32 
TOTAL1571100.0
213) Q61. Would you say that your overall health and well-being is excellent, good, fair, or poor? (SCWELL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent42426.9
2) Good94560
3) Fair15810
4) Poor493.1
Missing29 
TOTAL1576100.0
214) Q62. Do you smoke cigarettes? (SMOKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23014.6
5) No134685.4
Missing28 
TOTAL1576100.0
215) Q63. In the past year, have you been the victim of any crime? (CRVICT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1388.7
2) No144191.3
Missing27 
TOTAL1579100.0
216) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': a. Life processes (FAV1)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all19913.4
2) 216010.8
3) 320613.8
4) 415310.3
5) 525717.3
6) 614910
7) 71449.7
8) 8986.6
9) Very interested1228.2
Missing81 
TOTAL1488100.0
217) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': b. Crime and the criminal justice system (FAV2)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all815.3
2) 2694.5
3) 318512.2
4) 418912.5
5) 523715.6
6) 616711
7) 723215.3
8) 815210
9) Very interested20513.5
Missing69 
TOTAL1517100.0
218) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': c. Your visits to historic places in Nebraska (FAV3)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all26917.6
2) 225116.4
3) 325416.6
4) 415710.3
5) 521414
6) 61107.2
7) 7926
8) 8724.7
9) Very interested1127.3
Missing60 
TOTAL1531100.0
219) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': d. Your family's financial situation (FAV4)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all865.6
2) 2452.9
3) 3775
4) 41157.5
5) 520513.4
6) 61167.6
7) 723915.6
8) 820213.2
9) Very interested44829.2
Missing59 
TOTAL1533100.0
220) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': e. Parenting and raising children (FAV5)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all17711.6
2) 2644.2
3) 3835.5
4) 4765
5) 524516.1
6) 616210.7
7) 71499.8
8) 816911.1
9) Very interested39526
Missing71 
TOTAL1520100.0
221) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': f. Political views (FAV6)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all1348.8
2) 215310
3) 31439.4
4) 41127.3
5) 532021
6) 616911.1
7) 717411.4
8) 81409.2
9) Very interested18011.8
Missing65 
TOTAL1525100.0
222) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': g. Water issues (FAV7)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all27218
2) 220713.7
3) 318412.2
4) 417511.6
5) 526217.3
6) 61197.9
7) 71197.9
8) 8785.2
9) Very interested986.5
Missing75 
TOTAL1514100.0
223) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': h. Femininity/masculinity (FAV8)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all40026.8
2) 232221.6
3) 317711.9
4) 414910
5) 520013.4
6) 6654.4
7) 7563.8
8) 8392.6
9) Very interested845.6
Missing89 
TOTAL1492100.0
224) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': i. Your feelings in the past week (FAV9)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all41427.5
2) 229519.6
3) 317411.6
4) 41107.3
5) 520913.9
6) 6885.8
7) 7724.8
8) 8553.7
9) Very interested895.9
Missing77 
TOTAL1506100.0
225) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': j. Other (FAV10)
TOTAL%
1) Not at all8540.7
2) 273.3
3) 394.3
4) 494.3
5) 52110
6) 673.3
7) 721
8) 82110
9) Very interested4823
Missing780 
TOTAL209100.0
226) Q65. The NASIS survey covers a wide variety of topics. Please indicate your amount of interest in the following survey topic when 1 means 'not at all interested' and 9 means 'very interested': Other (please specify) (FAV_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
227) Q66. How much did you enjoy completing this survey? (ENJOY)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal935.9
2) Somewhat88955.9
3) Not very much47730
4) Not at all1308.2
Missing17 
TOTAL1589100.0
228) Q67. How many minutes did you spend completing this survey? (CPTIME)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161019.939.49
229) Q68. In your opinion, what is the most important issue currently facing the state of Nebraska? (ISSUE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
230) Race: Hispanic (RACE_10)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected152894.9
1) Selected825.1
TOTAL1610100.0
231) Race: Refused (RACE_9)
TOTAL%
0) Not selected160099.4
1) Selected10.6
TOTAL1610100.0
232) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
1911) 19111.1
1914) 19141.1
1915) 191500
1917) 19171.1
1918) 19181.1
1919) 19193.2
1920) 19205.3
1921) 19213.2
1922) 19224.2
1923) 19234.2
1924) 19242.1
1925) 19254.2
1926) 19265.3
1927) 19276.4
1928) 19286.4
1929) 19299.6
1930) 19309.6
1931) 193110.6
1932) 19327.4
1933) 193310.6
1934) 193412.7
1935) 193510.6
1936) 193611.7
1937) 193710.6
1938) 193810.6
1939) 193913.8
1940) 1940231.4
1941) 194111.7
1942) 194215.9
1943) 1943161
1944) 1944211.3
1945) 1945221.4
1946) 1946181.1
1947) 1947251.6
1948) 1948211.3
1949) 1949261.6
1950) 1950392.4
1951) 1951301.9
1952) 1952322
1953) 1953201.2
1954) 1954332.1
1955) 1955432.7
1956) 1956301.9
1957) 1957311.9
1958) 1958301.9
1959) 1959261.6
1960) 1960251.6
1961) 196113.8
1962) 1962342.1
1963) 196313.8
1964) 1964201.2
1965) 1965201.2
1966) 196615.9
1967) 1967332.1
1968) 1968372.3
1969) 1969352.2
1970) 1970281.7
1971) 1971392.4
1972) 1972281.7
1973) 1973342.1
1974) 1974291.8
1975) 1975211.3
1976) 1976211.3
1977) 1977352.2
1978) 1978161
1979) 1979241.5
1980) 1980322
1981) 1981271.7
1982) 1982201.2
1983) 198315.9
1984) 1984221.4
1985) 198512.7
1986) 198613.8
1987) 1987281.7
1989) 198913.8
1990) 1990503.1
1991) 1991794.9
1992) 1992271.7
9999) No answer provided825.1
TOTAL1609100.0
233) [Recoded single category as in phone NASIS] Respondent's current employment status (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full time job (35 hours or more)90758.5
2) Working a part time job(s)23715.3
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work694.4
5) Retired22414.4
6) In school4.3
7) Keeping house573.7
8) Disabled402.6
9) Other13.8
Missing46 
TOTAL1551100.0
234) [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)70961.1
2) Working a part time job(s)13411.6
3) With a job, but not at work (temporary illness/vacation/strike)3.3
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work262.2
5) Retired14712.7
6) In school9.8
7) Keeping house887.6
8) Other363.1
9) Disabled8.7
Missing293 
TOTAL1160100.0
235) [Computed from birth year] Respondent's age (AGER_C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL161047.7718.06
236) Race/ethnicity category (RACECAT)
TOTAL%
1) White145292.5
2) Black6.4
3) Hispanic (any race)825.2
4) Other race/ethnicity (including Asian)291.8
Missing30 
TOTAL1569100.0
237) Region (REG)
TOTAL%
1) Central17211.3
2) Midland63341.5
3) Northern17311.3
4) Southeast37224.4
5) Southwest1026.7
6) Panhandle734.8
Missing60 
TOTAL1525100.0
238) Agecat2 (AGECAT2)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 24 years old19813
2) 25 to 44 years52134.1
3) 45 to 64 years52534.4
4) 65 or older28418.6
Missing57 
TOTAL1528100.0
239) Hweight (HWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL16102.100.71
240) Pweight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1.7772.424
241) Agecat2 (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 24 years old19813
2) 25 to 44 years52134.1
3) 45 to 64 years52534.4
4) 65 or older28418.6
Missing57 
TOTAL1528100.0
242) Q50. What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High School Diploma/GED or less30920.2
2) Some college, but no degree35523.2
3) Technical/Associate/Junior College (2 yr, LPN)22714.9
4) Bachelor's Degree (4 yr, BA, BS, RN)39926.1
5) Graduate Degree (Masters, PhD, Law, Medicine)23815.6
Missing55 
TOTAL1528100.0
243) Q46. Are you: (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male77849.6
5) Female79150.4
Missing31 
TOTAL1569100.0
244) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Central17211.3
2) Midland63341.5
3) Northern17311.3
4) Southeast37224.4
5) Southwest1026.7
6) Panhandle734.8
Missing60 
TOTAL1525100.0
245) Q33. 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 $20,0001359
2) $20,000 to $29,99915010
3) $30,000 to $49,99933922.7
4) $50,000 to $74,99935423.7
5) $75,000 to $99,99923715.8
6) $100,000 or more28118.8
Missing94 
TOTAL1496100.0
246) Q39. What is your current marital or relationship status? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married105166.7
2) Never married24415.5
3) Divorced, or married, living apart1006.3
4) Widowed774.9
5) Not married but living with a partner (cohabiting)1036.5
Missing32 
TOTAL1575100.0