Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2014

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All frequencies weighted by 229) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Survey ID (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181520.77293.24
2) Q1. Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with living in Nebraska? (NELIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied54653.8
2) Somewhat satisfied32431.9
3) Neutral828.1
4) Somewhat dissatisfied525.1
5) Very dissatisfied111.1
Missing8 
TOTAL1015100.0
3) Q2. All in all, do you think things in Nebraska are generally headed in the right direction or the wrong direction? (NEDIR)
TOTAL%
1) Right direction60760.2
2) Wrong direction10110
3) Unsure30129.8
Missing16 
TOTAL1009100.0
4) Q3. All in all do you think things in the country as a whole are generally headed in the right direction or wrong direction? (USDIR)
TOTAL%
1) Right direction11511.5
2) Wrong direction65064.8
3) Unsure23823.7
Missing24 
TOTAL1003100.0
5) Q4. How urgent are water quantity issues in Nebraska? (NDNR3_14)
TOTAL%
1) Extremely urgent12512.4
2) Urgent29228.9
3) Somewhat urgent32031.7
4) Not very urgent13313.2
5) Not at all urgent212.1
6) Don't know/Unsure11911.8
Missing13 
TOTAL1010100.0
6) Q5. How much do you agree or disagree with the following statement: I have confidence in the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources to responsibly manage Nebraska's water. (NDNR2_14)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree888.7
2) Agree52651.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree30229.8
4) Disagree787.7
5) Strongly disagree191.9
Missing12 
TOTAL1013100.0
7) Q6. Do you feel that your region of the state is suffering adverse outcomes due to water issues (e.g., too much or too little)? (NDNR6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19119
2) No60159.7
3) Don't know/Unsure21521.4
Missing15 
TOTAL1007100.0
8) Q7. Have you experienced water shortages or water use restrictions in the last 4 years? (NDNR4_14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, including major damage to my property or major harm444.3
2) Yes, but with no major damage to my property or major harm28027.7
3) No68868
Missing12 
TOTAL1012100.0
9) Q8. Have you experienced problems with flooding from a stream or river in the last 4 years? (NDNR5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, including major damage to my property or major harm282.8
2) Yes, but with no major damage to my property or major harm13613.5
3) No84583.7
Missing15 
TOTAL1009100.0
10) Q9. Over the past 12 months, how many times did you seek out information about water issues? (NDNR7)
TOTAL%
1) None (Go to Question NDNR1)82181.4
2) 1-5 times16416.3
3) 6-10 times141.4
4) More than 10 times101
Missing20 
TOTAL1009100.0
11) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Websites or social media (NDNR8A)
TOTAL%
1) Websites or social media113100
Missing911 
TOTAL113100.0
12) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Newsletter, TV, radio, newspaper or magazine (NDNR8B)
TOTAL%
1) Newsletter, TV, radio, newspaper, or magazine110100
Missing895 
TOTAL110100.0
13) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Attended a meeting/conference (NDNR8C)
TOTAL%
1) Attended a meeting/conference29100
Missing991 
TOTAL29100.0
14) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Talked to a friend or family member (NDNR8D)
TOTAL%
1) Talked to a friend or family member63100
Missing944 
TOTAL63100.0
15) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Talked with an elected or appointed official, or local or state employee (NDNR8E)
TOTAL%
1) Talked with an elected or appointed official, or local or state employee36100
Missing983 
TOTAL36100.0
16) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Other (NDNR8F)
TOTAL%
1) Other23100
Missing993 
TOTAL23100.0
17) Q10. If at least once, where did you seek out information? (Check all that apply) Other (please specify) (NDNR8_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
18) Q11. How familiar or unfamiliar are you with the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources? (NDNR1)
TOTAL%
1) Very familiar444.4
2) Somewhat familiar34233.9
3) Neither familiar nor unfamiliar25024.8
4) Somewhat unfamiliar19118.9
5) Very unfamiliar18118
Missing17 
TOTAL1008100.0
19) Q12. How interested would you be in subscribing to email updates from the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources? (NDNR9)
TOTAL%
1) Very interested434.3
2) Somewhat interested15014.9
3) Slightly interested22622.5
4) Not at all interested58758.3
Missing21 
TOTAL1006100.0
20) Q13. Please indicate for each of the following if you think it is very wrong, wrong, a little wrong, or not at all wrong for: a. Individuals under the age of 18 to have one or two drinks. (NCAOS1A)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong48648.2
2) Wrong36636.3
3) A little wrong12412.3
4) Not at all wrong333.3
Missing14 
TOTAL1009100.0
21) Q13. Please indicate for each of the following if you think it is very wrong, wrong, a little wrong, or not at all wrong for: b. Individuals under the age of 18 to have 5 or more drinks at one setting. (NCAOS1B)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong84484.1
2) Wrong13513.4
3) A little wrong232.3
4) Not at all wrong2.2
Missing20 
TOTAL1004100.0
22) Q13. Please indicate for each of the following if you think it is very wrong, wrong, a little wrong, or not at all wrong for: c. Individuals 18 to 20 years old to have one or two drinks. (NCAOS1C)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong30630.7
2) Wrong29829.9
3) A little wrong20620.7
4) Not at all wrong18618.7
Missing32 
TOTAL996100.0
23) Q13. Please indicate for each of the following if you think it is very wrong, wrong, a little wrong, or not at all wrong for: d. Individuals 18 to 20 years old to have 5 or more drinks at one setting. (NCAOS1D)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong63463.1
2) Wrong22722.6
3) A little wrong888.8
4) Not at all wrong565.6
Missing20 
TOTAL1005100.0
24) Q13. Please indicate for each of the following if you think it is very wrong, wrong, a little wrong, or not at all wrong for: e. Individuals 21 and older to provide alcohol for people under 21 years old. (NCAOS1E)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong70269.7
2) Wrong22021.8
3) A little wrong767.5
4) Not at all wrong9.9
Missing15 
TOTAL1007100.0
25) Q14.In your community, or the area around where you live, how likely is each of the following? a. A person under age 21 would be served a drink if they asked for one in a local bar or restaurant. (NCAOS2A)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely272.7
2) Somewhat likely16816.6
3) Not very likely42141.6
4) Not at all likely23823.5
5) Don't know15715.5
Missing11 
TOTAL1011100.0
26) Q14.In your community, or the area around where you live, how likely is each of the following? b. A person under age 21 would be sold an alcoholic beverage if they tried to buy it in a local convenience store. (NCAOS2B)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely212.1
2) Somewhat likely14314.1
3) Not very likely44644
4) Not at all likely26926.6
5) Don't know13413.2
Missing9 
TOTAL1013100.0
27) Q14.In your community, or the area around where you live, how likely is each of the following? c. The police would arrest an adult who is believed to have provided alcohol for persons under age 21. (NCAOS2C)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely53552.9
2) Somewhat likely31831.5
3) Not very likely575.6
4) Not at all likely191.9
5) Don't know828.1
Missing13 
TOTAL1011100.0
28) Q15. How wrong would most adults (over 21) in your community, or the area around where you live, think it is for kids under the age of 21 to drink alcohol? (NCAOS3)
TOTAL%
1) Very wrong22922.7
2) Wrong51651.2
3) A little wrong24023.8
4) Not at all wrong222.2
Missing16 
TOTAL1007100.0
29) Q16. During the past 12 months, do you recall hearing, reading, or watching an advertisement bout the prevention of substance abuse? (NCAOS4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes81881.2
2) No (Go to question NCAOS6)19018.8
Missing18 
TOTAL1008100.0
30) Q17. If NCAOS4 is yes, which substances were the advertisements about? (Check all that apply) Alcohol (NCAOS5A)
TOTAL%
1) Alcohol663100
Missing361 
TOTAL663100.0
31) Q17. If NCAOSA is yes, which substances were the advertisements about? (Check all that apply) Drugs (NCAOS5B)
TOTAL%
1) Drugs624100
Missing378 
TOTAL624100.0
32) Q17. If NCAOSA is yes, which substances were the advertisements about? (Check all that apply) Tobacco (NCAOS5C)
TOTAL%
1) Tobacco635100
Missing398 
TOTAL635100.0
33) Q18. How much do you think people risk harming themselves physically or in other ways if they have five or more drinks of an alcoholic beverage once or twice a week? (NCAOS6)
TOTAL%
1) Great risk43843.8
2) Moderate risk39239.2
3) Slight risk15215.2
4) No risk171.7
Missing21 
TOTAL999100.0
34) Q19. During the past 12 months, have you allowed underage youth to drink alcohol on your property (home, barn, garage, etc.)? (NCAOS7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes282.8
2) No97397.2
Missing24 
TOTAL1001100.0
35) Q20. In general how supportive are you of additional taxes on alcohol purchases? (NCAOS8)
TOTAL%
1) Very supportive19519.5
2) Somewhat supportive23523.5
3) Not very supportive22222.2
4) Not at all supportive27827.8
5) Don't know707
Missing26 
TOTAL1000100.0
36) Q21. Are you the parent or guardian of a 12-20 year old? (NCAOS9)
TOTAL%
1) Yes25025.1
2) No (Go to question CRVICT)74574.9
Missing35 
TOTAL995100.0
37) Q22. During the past 12 months, have you talked with your child about the dangers of alcohol? (NCAOS10)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22575.3
2) No7424.7
Missing773 
TOTAL299100.0
38) Q23. During the past 12 months, have you provided alcohol to any of your underage children? Do not include sips for religious purposes. (NCAOS11)
TOTAL%
1) Yes113.6
2) No29896.4
Missing766 
TOTAL309100.0
39) Q24. In the past year, have you been the victim of any crime? (CRVICT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13413.4
2) No86686.6
Missing28 
TOTAL1000100.0
40) Q25. How often do you worry about identity theft? (SAFETY1)
TOTAL%
1) Almost always828.2
2) Often32432.4
3) Sometimes42442.4
4) Rarely14914.9
5) Never202
Missing29 
TOTAL999100.0
41) Q26. Generally speaking, would you say that most people can be trusted, or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? (SAFETY2)
TOTAL%
1) Most people can be trusted41041.2
2) You cannot be too careful58558.8
Missing33 
TOTAL995100.0
42) Q27. In general, would you say that you tend to be suspicious of other people or open to other people? (SAFETY3)
TOTAL%
1) Suspicious of other people39139.6
2) Open to other people59660.4
Missing40 
TOTAL987100.0
43) Q28. How concerned are you about threats to personal privacy in America today? (SAFETY4)
TOTAL%
1) Very concerned44944.9
2) Somewhat concerned40640.6
3) A little concerned11811.8
4) Not at all concerned272.7
Missing24 
TOTAL1000100.0
44) Q29. If all children were to receive vaccines, what option best describes the result? (VACC1)
TOTAL%
1) Fewer people will get sick76476.4
2) The same number of people will get sick868.6
3) More people will get sick161.6
4) Don't know13413.4
Missing26 
TOTAL1000100.0
45) Q30. When a child receives the measles vaccine, what option best describes the result? (VACC2)
TOTAL%
1) The vaccine protects the child's health84885.1
2) The vaccine harms the child's health171.7
3) The vaccine doesn't make much difference to the child's health181.8
4) Don't know11311.3
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
46) Q31. Do you believe that people can die from the measles? (VACC3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes65065.1
2) No626.2
3) Don't know28628.7
Missing28 
TOTAL998100.0
47) Q32. Do you know someone who has had the following diseases? a. Measles (VACC4A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36136.5
2) No55155.7
3) Don't know777.8
Missing38 
TOTAL989100.0
48) Q32. Do you know someone who has had the following diseases? b. Mumps (VACC4B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes37738
2) No53253.6
3) Don't know838.4
Missing37 
TOTAL992100.0
49) Q32. Do you know someone who has had the following diseases? c. Polio (VACC4C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes40440.9
2) No51351.9
3) Don't know717.2
Missing46 
TOTAL988100.0
50) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. a. I have children under the age of 26 that can now be included on my insurance. (ACA1A)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27827.9
2) No69269.4
3) Don't know272.7
Missing31 
TOTAL997100.0
51) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. b. I purchased health insurance as required by the Affordable Care Act. (ACA1B)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18518.7
2) No78279
3) Don't know232.3
Missing42 
TOTAL990100.0
52) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. c. I was previously unable to obtain private insurance but have now purchased it on the Health Insurance Marketplace (also referred to as a health insurance exchange). (ACA1C)
TOTAL%
1) Yes171.7
2) No94495.4
3) Don't know282.8
Missing39 
TOTAL989100.0
53) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. d. I was able to get financial assistance for my insurance premium through the Health Insurance Marketplace. (ACA1D)
TOTAL%
1) Yes252.5
2) No90791.9
3) Don't know555.6
Missing42 
TOTAL987100.0
54) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. e. My health insurance was dropped or significantly changed because of the Affordable Care Act. (ACA1E)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20921.2
2) No71272.2
3) Don't know656.6
Missing42 
TOTAL986100.0
55) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. f. I have a health condition that is now covered by insurance that was not previously covered because it was considered a pre-existing health condition. (ACA1F)
TOTAL%
1) Yes444.4
2) No91292.1
3) Don't know343.4
Missing38 
TOTAL990100.0
56) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. g. I now have preventative health coverage through my insurance for things such as shots and screening tests. (ACA1G)
TOTAL%
1) Yes33834.4
2) No51452.3
3) Don't know13013.2
Missing52 
TOTAL982100.0
57) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. h. I had to change my doctor or other health providers, such as my hospital, because of the Affordable Care Act. (ACA1H)
TOTAL%
1) Yes787.9
2) No87488.5
3) Don't know363.6
Missing39 
TOTAL988100.0
58) [The Affordable Care Act is the law that the U.S. Congress passed and President Obama signed back in 2010 that has recently changed the healthcare system in many ways.] Q33. Please indicate whether or not each of the following changes has applied to you or your family in the past four years. i. I am a senior on Medicare and due to a coverage gap in Medicare Part D I previously did not receive discounts and savings with my prescription drugs, but now I do. (ACA1I)
TOTAL%
1) Yes383.9
2) No86988.9
3) Don't know717.3
Missing47 
TOTAL978100.0
59) Q34. Overall have changes to your healthcare due to the Affordable Care Act helped, hurt, or had no impact? (ACA2)
TOTAL%
1) Help909.1
2) Hurt30130.5
3) No impact59760.4
Missing37 
TOTAL988100.0
60) Q35. Do you generally support or oppose the 2010 Affordable Care Act? (ACA3)
TOTAL%
1) Support24624.9
2) Oppose53353.9
3) Unsure21021.2
Missing33 
TOTAL989100.0
61) Q36. Nebraska is one of many states that have currently chosen not to expand its Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Acct. Do you support or oppose expanding the Medicaid program in Nebraska? (ACA4)
TOTAL%
1) Support35535.6
2) Oppose31831.9
3) Unsure32332.4
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
62) Q37. Do you own or rent property in Nebraska with outdoor land for which you are the caretaker (e.g., garden, lawn, recreational, or agricultural land)? (PLANT1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes77577.2
2) No (Go to question HH1C [skip section])22922.8
Missing21 
TOTAL1004100.0
63) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I do not have unwanted plants in my yard (PLANT2A)
TOTAL%
1) I do not have unwanted plants in my yard62100
Missing954 
TOTAL62100.0
64) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I do not control any plants in my yard (PLANT2B)
TOTAL%
1) I do not control any plants in my yard15100
Missing1006 
TOTAL15100.0
65) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I mow unwanted plants (PLANT2C)
TOTAL%
1) I mow unwanted plants441100
Missing634 
TOTAL441100.0
66) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I only remove unwanted plants from the garden (PLANT2D)
TOTAL%
1) I only remove unwanted plants from the garden100100
Missing922 
TOTAL100100.0
67) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I remove unwanted plants by cutting or digging them up with tools and/or machinery (PLANT2E)
TOTAL%
1) I remove unwanted plants by cutting or digging them up with tools and/or machinery487100
Missing563 
TOTAL487100.0
68) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I spray unwanted plants with herbicides (PLANT2F)
TOTAL%
1) I spray unwanted plants with herbicides561100
Missing489 
TOTAL561100.0
69) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Other (PLANT2G)
TOTAL%
1) Other35100
Missing974 
TOTAL35100.0
70) Q38. How are unwanted plants managed or controlled in your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Other, specify: (PLANT2_OT) (PLANT2OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
71) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) I do not own property beyond my yard (I only own a yard or garden) (PLANT3A)
TOTAL%
1) I do not own property beyond my yard (I only own a yard or garden)430100
Missing617 
TOTAL430100.0
72) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Prescribed fire or controlled burning (NOT burning brush piles) (PLANT3B)
TOTAL%
1) Prescribed fire or controlled burning (NOT burning brush piles)27100
Missing991 
TOTAL27100.0
73) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Herbicide application (PLANT3C)
TOTAL%
1) Herbicide application258100
Missing758 
TOTAL258100.0
74) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Mechanical removal (shovel, chainsaw, skid steer, bulldozer, or similar machines) (PLANT3D)
TOTAL%
1) Mechanical removal (shovel, chainsaw, skid steer, bulldozer, or similar machines)149100
Missing879 
TOTAL149100.0
75) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Shredding or mowing (PLANT3E)
TOTAL%
1) Shredding or mowing239100
Missing783 
TOTAL239100.0
76) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Other (PLANT3F)
TOTAL%
1) Other16100
Missing1000 
TOTAL16100.0
77) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) Other, specify: (PLANT3_OT) (PLANT3OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
78) Q39. Which of the following has been done to control unwanted plants on any of your property that is not your yard or garden? (Check all that apply) No activities have been done on my property (PLANT3G)
TOTAL%
1) No activities have been done on my property47100
Missing975 
TOTAL47100.0
79) Q40. Have you ever paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on any of your property using any of the techniques in Questions 38 'PLANT2A - PLANT_OT' or 39 'PLANT3A - PLANT3G'? (PLANT4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes28035.9
2) No (Go to question PLANT6)50164.1
Missing265 
TOTAL781100.0
80) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) I did not own the proper equipment (PLANT5A)
TOTAL%
1) I did not own the proper equipment93100
Missing909 
TOTAL93100.0
81) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) I was not confident in my abilities to manage or control unwanted plants (PLANT5B)
TOTAL%
1) I was not confident in my abilities to manage or control unwanted plants76100
Missing933 
TOTAL76100.0
82) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) I did not know which plants to control (PLANT5C)
TOTAL%
1) I did not know which plants to control25100
Missing988 
TOTAL25100.0
83) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) I did not have time to do the work myself (PLANT5D)
TOTAL%
1) I did not have time to do the work myself167100
Missing853 
TOTAL167100.0
84) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) Other (PLANT5E)
TOTAL%
1) Other43100
Missing968 
TOTAL43100.0
85) Q41. Which of the following is a reason you paid someone to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (Check all that apply) Other, specify: (PLANT5_OT) (PLANT5OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
86) Q42. Do you own or have access to equipment for controlling or removing unwanted plants on your property? (PLANT6)
TOTAL%
1) I have all of the equipment I need32141.4
2) I have some of the equipment I need33743.4
3) I have none of the equipment I need628
4) I don't know what the proper equipment is for controlling or removing unwanted plants567.2
Missing267 
TOTAL776100.0
87) Q43. How confident are you in your abilities to manage or control unwanted plants on your property? (PLANT7)
TOTAL%
1) Very confident34844.3
2) Somewhat confident27134.5
3) Slightly confident10313.1
4) Not at all confident455.7
5) I have not thought about the kinds of plants on my property182.3
Missing259 
TOTAL785100.0
88) Q44. Which of the following statements best describes your overall attitude toward plants on your property? (PLANT8)
TOTAL%
1) All of the plants on my property are there for reason, and should not be controlled536.8
2) A few species need to be controlled, the rest are fine64281.8
3) I have not thought at all about the kinds of plants on my property9011.5
Missing257 
TOTAL785100.0
89) Q45. Prescribed fire (controlled burning) is a management tool used to improve forage quality; reduce wildfire risk, and control unwanted plants in rangelands and woodlands in Nebraska. In general, how would you describe your attitude toward the use of prescribed fire to control unwanted plants? (PLANT9)
TOTAL%
1) Very positive22428.4
2) Positive30939.2
3) Neutral16420.8
4) Negative182.3
5) Very negative101.3
6) Don't know648.1
Missing254 
TOTAL789100.0
90) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [You] Your date of birth: Month (HH1C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10186.783.34
91) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [You] Your date of birth: Day (HH1D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101815.439.10
92) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [You] Your date of birth: Year (HH1E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181821.20507.31
93) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [You] Your sex: (HH1F)
TOTAL%
1) Male46948.1
2) Female50651.9
Missing49 
TOTAL975100.0
94) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 2] Relationship to you: (HH2B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
95) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 2] Date of birth: Month (HH2C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10186.533.28
96) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 2] Date of birth: Day (HH2D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101815.008.90
97) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 2] Date of birth: Year (HH2E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181815.39521.26
98) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 2] Sex: (HH2F)
TOTAL%
1) Male41150.7
2) Female40049.3
Missing337 
TOTAL811100.0
99) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 3] Relationship to you: (HH3B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
100) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 3] Date of birth: Month (HH3C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10186.643.34
101) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 3] Date of birth: Day (HH3D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101816.178.69
102) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 3] Date of birth: Year (HH3E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181905.50412.86
103) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 3] Sex: (HH3F)
TOTAL%
1) Male23454.2
2) Female19845.8
Missing755 
TOTAL432100.0
104) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 4] Relationship to you: (HH4B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
105) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 4] Date of birth: Month (HH4C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10186.283.36
106) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 4] Date of birth: Day (HH4D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101814.827.93
107) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 4] Date of birth: Year (HH4E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181959.13284.49
108) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 4] Sex: (HH4F)
TOTAL%
1) Male12947.6
2) Female14252.4
Missing868 
TOTAL271100.0
109) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 5] Relationship to you: (HH5B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
110) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 5] Date of birth: Month (HH5C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10186.293.35
111) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 5] Date of birth: Day (HH5D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101814.248.69
112) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 5] Date of birth: Year (HH5E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181990.25164.00
113) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 5] Sex: (HH5F)
TOTAL%
1) Male5352.5
2) Female4847.5
Missing964 
TOTAL101100.0
114) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 6] Relationship to you: (HH6B)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
115) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 6] Date of birth: Month (HH6C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10187.833.26
116) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 6] Date of birth: Day (HH6D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101814.799.27
117) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 6] Date of birth: Year (HH6E)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10182004.654.19
118) Q46. For each of the people who are living or staying at your residence, including yourself, please provide initials, relationship to you, date of birth, and sex in the spaces below. [Person 6] Sex: (HH6F)
TOTAL%
1) Male2152.5
2) Female1947.5
Missing998 
TOTAL40100.0
119) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? a. Grocery shopping (HH7A)
TOTAL%
1) You54863.5
2) Person 229734.4
3) Person 3101.2
7) Not applicable8.9
Missing134 
TOTAL863100.0
120) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? b. Household repairs (HH7B)
TOTAL%
1) You56058.6
2) Person 231833.3
3) Person 3222.3
4) Person 41.1
7) Not applicable555.8
Missing79 
TOTAL956100.0
121) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? c. Opening the mail (HH7C)
TOTAL%
1) You64974.7
2) Person 220123.1
3) Person 35.6
7) Not applicable141.6
Missing142 
TOTAL869100.0
122) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? d. Answering the house's landline phone (HH7D)
TOTAL%
1) You35139.1
2) Person 216318.2
3) Person 3111.2
4) Person 47.8
5) Person 51.1
7) Not applicable36540.6
Missing124 
TOTAL898100.0
123) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? e. Opening the door for strangers (HH7E)
TOTAL%
1) You57967.1
2) Person 220724
3) Person 3131.5
7) Not applicable647.4
Missing153 
TOTAL863100.0
124) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? f. Opening the door for friends/family (HH7F)
TOTAL%
1) You52668.6
2) Person 218624.3
3) Person 3283.7
4) Person 481
7) Not applicable192.5
Missing222 
TOTAL767100.0
125) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? g. Childcare (HH7G)
TOTAL%
1) You24629.6
2) Person 219523.5
3) Person 3141.7
4) Person 41.1
7) Not applicable37545.1
Missing185 
TOTAL831100.0
126) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? h. Paying bills (HH7H)
TOTAL%
1) You62171
2) Person 223326.6
3) Person 3141.6
7) Not applicable7.8
Missing125 
TOTAL875100.0
127) Q47. We are interested in how households split up tasks. Thinking about the people you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F,' who is most likely to do each of the following tasks? l. Housekeeping (HH7I)
TOTAL%
1) You54364.3
2) Person 228133.3
3) Person 3121.4
7) Not applicable8.9
Missing151 
TOTAL844100.0
128) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. You (HH8A)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely50951.7
2) Somewhat likely31632.1
3) Slightly likely11611.8
4) Not at all likely313.1
5) Not applicable131.3
Missing45 
TOTAL985100.0
129) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. Person 2 (HH8B)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely10612.1
2) Somewhat likely17119.5
3) Slightly likely17019.4
4) Not at all likely38844.3
5) Not applicable404.6
Missing262 
TOTAL875100.0
130) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. Person 3 (HH8C)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely244.7
2) Somewhat likely285.5
3) Slightly likely5711.3
4) Not at all likely25249.8
5) Not applicable14528.7
Missing678 
TOTAL506100.0
131) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. Person 4 (HH8D)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely133.8
2) Somewhat likely175
3) Slightly likely3610.7
4) Not at all likely17451.5
5) Not applicable9829
Missing793 
TOTAL338100.0
132) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. Person 5 (HH8E)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely84.6
2) Somewhat likely31.7
3) Slightly likely137.5
4) Not at all likely7543.4
5) Not applicable7442.8
Missing887 
TOTAL173100.0
133) Q48. Please indicate how likely each person you listed in question #46 'HH1A - HH6F' is to answer surveys like this one. Person 6 (HH8F)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely54.5
3) Slightly likely54.5
4) Not at all likely3330
5) Not applicable6760.9
Missing920 
TOTAL110100.0
134) Q49. Please indicate if each of the following statements is true or false. a. There are 25 or more books in your home right now. (LIT1)
TOTAL%
1) True89288.8
2) False11211.2
Missing31 
TOTAL1004100.0
135) Q49. Please indicate if each of the following statements is true or false. b. There is a variety of magazines and other reading materials in your home. (LIT2)
TOTAL%
1) True81386.1
2) False13113.9
Missing87 
TOTAL944100.0
136) Q50. What is your current marital or relationship status? (MARR)
TOTAL%
1) Married74674.4
2) Married, living apart7.7
3) Not married, but living with a partner (cohabiting)474.7
4) Never married (Go to Question KIDS0TO5)909
5) Divorced (Go to Question KIDS0TO5)656.5
6) Widowed (Go to Question KIDS0TO5)464.6
7) Separated (Go to Question KIDS0TO5)2.2
Missing26 
TOTAL1003100.0
137) Q51. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Working full-time (35 hours or more) (SEMP1)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time (35 hours or more)561100
Missing612 
TOTAL561100.0
138) Q51. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Working part-time (SEMP2)
TOTAL%
1) Working part-time95100
Missing939 
TOTAL95100.0
139) Q51. 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%
1) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work9100
Missing1010 
TOTAL9100.0
140) Q51. 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%
1) Retired104100
Missing861 
TOTAL104100.0
141) Q51. 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%
1) In school27100
Missing1003 
TOTAL27100.0
142) Q51. 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%
1) Keeping house105100
Missing930 
TOTAL105100.0
143) Q51. 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%
1) Disabled18100
Missing991 
TOTAL18100.0
144) Q51. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Other (SEMP9)
TOTAL%
1) Other27100
Missing992 
TOTAL27100.0
145) Q51. Does your spouse or partner typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Other, specify: (SEMP_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
146) Q52. How many children ages: (Please write '0' if none.) a. 5 and younger live in your household? (KIDS0TO5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.270.60
147) Q52. How many children ages: (Please write '0' if none.) b. 6 to 12 live in your household? (KIDS6TO12) (KID6TO12)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.340.66
148) Q52. How many children ages: (Please write '0' if none.) c. 13 to 18 live in your household? (KIDS13UP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.320.72
149) Q53. Including yourself, how many adults age 19 and older live in your household? (ADULTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.990.72
150) Q54. Please indicate the category that describes your total family income in the last 12 months. (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,0009.9
2) $5,000 to $9,999111.2
3) $10,000 to $14,999282.9
4) $15,000 to $19,999353.7
5) $20,000 to $24,999373.9
6) $25,000 to $29,999353.7
7) $30,000 to $39,999636.6
8) $40,000 to $49,999848.8
9) $50,000 to $59,99911612.2
10) $60,000 to $74,99913614.3
11) $75,000 to $99,99915516.3
12) $100,000 or more24325.5
Missing99 
TOTAL952100.0
151) Q55. During the past 12 months, how much difficulty have you had paying your bills? (FS5)
TOTAL%
1) A great deal of difficulty474.7
2) Quite a bit of difficulty818.1
3) Some difficulty19319.3
4) A little difficulty21721.7
5) No difficulty at all46346.3
Missing26 
TOTAL1001100.0
152) Q56. 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 left16316.5
2) Some money left over42743.4
3) Just enough to make ends meet27127.5
4) Almost enough to make ends meet646.5
5) Not enough to make ends meet606.1
Missing43 
TOTAL985100.0
153) Q58. 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) Better38138.1
2) Same42242.2
3) Worse19719.7
Missing31 
TOTAL1000100.0
154) [The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree.] Q59. My family has enough money to afford the kind of home we need. (FS1)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree20720.7
2) Agree58358.4
3) Disagree12612.6
4) Strongly disagree585.8
5) Don't know242.4
Missing34 
TOTAL998100.0
155) [The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree.] Q60. My family has enough money to afford the kind of clothing we need. (FS2)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree23923.9
2) Agree62662.5
3) Disagree959.5
4) Strongly disagree303
5) Don't know121.2
Missing31 
TOTAL1002100.0
156) [The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree.] Q61. We have enough money to afford the kind of food we need. (FS3)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree26025.9
2) Agree61961.7
3) Disagree898.9
4) Strongly disagree242.4
5) Don't know111.1
Missing27 
TOTAL1003100.0
157) [The following statements concern your family's financial situation. For each statement, please indicate how much you agree or disagree.] Q62. We have enough money to afford the kind of medical care we need. (FS4)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18418.3
2) Agree52051.8
3) Disagree16916.8
4) Strongly disagree919.1
5) Don't know393.9
Missing27 
TOTAL1003100.0
158) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Working full-time (35 hours or more) (EMPL1_13)
TOTAL%
1) Working full-time (35 hours or more)643100
Missing516 
TOTAL643100.0
159) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Working part-time (EMPL2_13)
TOTAL%
1) Working part-time130100
Missing885 
TOTAL130100.0
160) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Have a job, but not at work (due to illness, vacation, strike) (EMPL3_13)
TOTAL%
1) Have a job, but not at work (due to illness, vacation, strike)7100
Missing1010 
TOTAL7100.0
161) Q63. 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 (EMPL4_13)
TOTAL%
1) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (Go to #66 'SEXR')19100
Missing1002 
TOTAL19100.0
162) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Retired (EMPL5_13)
TOTAL%
1) Retired (Go to Question SEXR)170100
Missing705 
TOTAL170100.0
163) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) In school (EMPL6_13)
TOTAL%
1) In school (Go to Question SEXR)44100
Missing992 
TOTAL44100.0
164) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Keeping house (EMPL7_13)
TOTAL%
1) Keeping house (Go to Question SEXR)103100
Missing919 
TOTAL103100.0
165) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Disabled (EMPL8_13)
TOTAL%
1) Disabled (Go to Question SEXR)35100
Missing966 
TOTAL35100.0
166) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Other (EMPL9_13)
TOTAL%
1) Other48100
Missing970 
TOTAL48100.0
167) Q63. Do you typically work full-time, part-time, go to school, keep house, or something else? (Check all that apply) Other, specify (Go to Question SEXR) (EMPL_OT_13) (EMPLOT13)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
168) Q64. During the average week, how many hours do you usually work? (Please include hours from all jobs but do not include travel to and from work.) (WHRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101841.4816.27
169) Q65. How satisfied or dissatisfied are you with your job? (JSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied19925
2) Satisfied40851.3
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied12015.1
4) Dissatisfied587.3
5) Very dissatisfied111.4
Missing348 
TOTAL796100.0
170) Q66. Are you: (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male49449.1
2) Female51250.9
Missing21 
TOTAL1006100.0
171) Q67. Would you say that your overall health and well-being is excellent, good, fair or poor? (SCWELL)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent27026.9
2) Good56856.5
3) Fair13413.3
4) Poor333.3
Missing25 
TOTAL1005100.0
172) Q68. Do you smoke cigarettes? (SMOKE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes858.4
2) No92191.6
Missing21 
TOTAL1006100.0
173) Q69. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino/a? (HISP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes171.7
2) No98498.3
Missing28 
TOTAL1001100.0
174) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) White (Caucasian) (RACE_1)
TOTAL%
1) White (Caucasian)963100
Missing59 
TOTAL963100.0
175) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) Black or African American (RACE_2)
TOTAL%
1) Black or African American25100
Missing995 
TOTAL25100.0
176) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) Asian (RACE_3)
TOTAL%
1) Asian14100
Missing1008 
TOTAL14100.0
177) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) American Indian or Alaska Native (RACE_4)
TOTAL%
1) American Indian or Alaska Native20100
Missing999 
TOTAL20100.0
178) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (RACE_5)
TOTAL%
1) Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander4100
Missing1016 
TOTAL4100.0
179) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) Other (RACE_6)
TOTAL%
1) Other23100
Missing997 
TOTAL23100.0
180) Q70. What race or races do you consider yourself to be? (Check all that apply) Other, specify: (RACE_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
181) Q71. In what year were you born? (Q71)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181961.2889.85
182) Q72. With regard to the English language, how well do you understand it when it is spoken to you? (LIT3)
TOTAL%
1) Very well95795.3
2) Well464.6
3) Not well1.1
4) Not at all00
Missing23 
TOTAL1004100.0
183) Q73. With regard to the English language, how well do you read it? (LIT4)
TOTAL%
1) Very well93893.2
2) Well606
3) Not well6.6
4) Not at all2.2
Missing22 
TOTAL1006100.0
184) Q74. With regard to the English language, how well do you write it? (LIT5)
TOTAL%
1) Very well86185.6
2) Well13213.1
3) Not well111.1
4) Not at all2.2
Missing23 
TOTAL1006100.0
185) Q75. What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma242.4
2) High school diploma/GED16116.2
3) Some college, but no degree19820
4) Technical/Associate/Junior college (2 year, LPN)16316.4
5) Bachelor's degree (4 year, BA, BS, RN)28328.6
6) Graduate degree (master's, Ph.D., law, medicine)16216.3
Missing45 
TOTAL991100.0
186) Q76. In general, how would you describe your political views? (POLI)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal242.4
2) Liberal13213.3
3) Middle-of-the-road35936.3
4) Conservative34134.4
5) Very conservative909.1
6) Other444.4
Missing42 
TOTAL990100.0
187) Q76. In general, how would you describe your political views? Other, specify: (POLI_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
188) Q77. In general, what do you consider yourself politically? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat22723
2) Republican43744.2
3) Independent28328.6
4) Other414.1
Missing42 
TOTAL988100.0
189) Q77. In general, what do you consider yourself politically? Other, specify: (PART_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
190) Q78. Who did you vote for in the 2012 Presidential Election? (VOTE12)
TOTAL%
1) Obama29630
2) Romney45045.6
3) Other525.3
4) Did not vote18819.1
Missing50 
TOTAL986100.0
191) Q78. Who did you vote for in the 2012 Presidential Election? Other, specify: (VOTE12_OT) (VOTE12OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
192) Q79. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? (RELGAFFIL) (RLGAFFIL)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant55655.8
2) Catholic (Go to Question BRNAGAIN)26826.9
3) Jewish (Go to Question BRNAGAIN)3.3
4) Muslim (Go to Question BRNAGAIN)7.7
5) None (no religion) (Go to Question BRNAGAIN)12312.3
6) Other393.9
Missing31 
TOTAL996100.0
193) Q79. Do you consider yourself to be Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or something else? Other, specify: (Go to Question BRNAGAIN) (RELGAFFIL_OT) (RLGAFLOT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
194) Q80. Within the Protestant faith, do you consider yourself to be: (PROTFAITH) (PROFAITH)
TOTAL%
1) Evangelical16036
2) Fundamentalist Protestant317
3) Mainline Protestant14733
4) Liberal Protestant5612.6
5) Other5111.5
Missing536 
TOTAL445100.0
195) Q80. Within the Protestant faith, do you consider yourself to be: Other, specify: (PROTFAITH_OT) (PROFTHOT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
196) Q81. Would you describe yourself as a born-again Christian? (BORNAGAIN) (BRNAGAIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes26426.8
2) No72173.2
Missing47 
TOTAL985100.0
197) Q82. How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week545.4
2) Once a week27928.1
3) Nearly every week13613.7
4) About once a month818.2
5) Several times a year16516.6
6) About once a year808.1
7) Less than once a year777.8
8) Never12012.1
Missing42 
TOTAL992100.0
198) Q83. In general, how much do your religious or spiritual beliefs influence your daily life? (RELGINFLU) (RLGINFLU)
TOTAL%
1) Very much27627.8
2) Quite a bit29629.8
3) Some21321.4
4) A little10210.3
5) None565.6
6) Doesn't apply, not religious or spiritual515.1
Missing34 
TOTAL994100.0
199) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.101.65
200) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10184.382.47
201) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10185.662.09
202) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.051.63
203) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.841.71
204) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.502.05
205) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.862.38
206) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.481.16
207) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.671.33
208) Q84. 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)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.781.56
209) Q84. 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: k. You did not feel like eating; your appetite was poor. (EAT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.491.24
210) Q84. 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: l. You felt that you could not shake off the blues even with the help of family or friends. (BLUES)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10180.431.34
211) Q84. 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: m. Your sleep was restless. (SLEEP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.952.16
212) Q84. 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: n. You could not get 'going.' (GOING)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181.221.79
213) Q85. Are you still living in the same residence as you were 2 years ago? (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes79579.2
2) No20920.8
Missing24 
TOTAL1004100.0
214) Q86. Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm989.8
2) Open country, but not a farm11111.1
3) Town or city79479.2
Missing26 
TOTAL1003100.0
215) Q87. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? Other, specify: (OHOM_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
216) Q88. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? Other, specify: (HOME_OT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
217) Q90. How many years have you lived in this Nebraska county? (Please enter '0' if less than 1 year.) (LIVE10M)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101827.1721.22
218) Q91. Have you or has anyone in your household ever attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln? (UNLATTEND) (UNLATTND)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38438.1
2) No62461.9
Missing11 
TOTAL1008100.0
219) Q92. Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN1)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska65364.8
2) Another state31331.1
3) Foreign country424.2
Missing16 
TOTAL1008100.0
220) Q93. Please use the space below to provide any comments or feedback. (COMMENTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
221) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10181965.1816.39
222) [Computed from 'AGYR'] Respondent's age (AGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL101848.8216.39
223) Age category (AGECAT)
TOTAL%
1) 19-24 years old343.4
2) 25-3419319.4
3) 35-4933233.3
4) 50-6425625.7
5) 65 or older18118.2
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
224) Race/Ethnic category (RACECAT)
TOTAL%
1) White91991.4
2) Black232.3
3) Hispanic (any race)171.7
4) Other race/ethnicity (incl. Asian)474.7
Missing20 
TOTAL1006100.0
225) [Recoded single category as in phone NASIS] Respondent's current employment status (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)64364
2) Working a part-time job(s)10410.3
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work161.6
5) Retired15415.3
6) In school161.6
7) Keeping house353.5
8) Disabled212.1
9) Other161.6
Missing22 
TOTAL1005100.0
226) [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)56169.3
2) Working a part-time job(s)8510.5
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work7.9
5) Retired9111.2
6) In school6.7
7) Keeping house435.3
8) Other6.7
9) Disabled111.4
Missing329 
TOTAL810100.0
227) Age group (AGE_GRP)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 4444344.5
2) 45 to 6437237.3
3) 65 to 11018118.2
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
228) Age group 2 (AGE_GRP2)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 4955956.1
2) 50 to 6425625.7
3) 65 to 11018118.2
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
229) Final weight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.731
230) Current marital or relationship status (MARR10M)
TOTAL%
1) Married74674.4
2) Never married909
3) Divorced656.5
4) Widowed464.6
5) Separated2.2
6) Married, living apart7.7
7) Not married but living with a partner (cohabiting)474.7
Missing26 
TOTAL1003100.0
231) Q88. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home202
2) Detached single family house84883.7
3) Townhouse/Condominium242.4
4) Apartment/Duplex10210.1
5) Other191.9
Missing9 
TOTAL1013100.0
232) Q87. Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, buying it, or renting? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own outright29128.9
2) Buying (paying a mortgage)50950.5
3) Renting18218.1
4) Other131.3
5) Provided as part of job/wages121.2
Missing19 
TOTAL1007100.0
233) Q57. Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied11711.7
2) Satisfied37537.4
3) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied17317.2
4) Dissatisfied686.8
5) Very dissatisfied27026.9
Missing26 
TOTAL1003100.0
234) Age category (for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19-24 years old343.4
2) 25-3419319.4
3) 35-4933233.3
4) 50-6425625.7
5) 65 or older18118.2
Missing28 
TOTAL996100.0
235) Q75. What is the highest degree you have attained? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school diploma/GED or less18518.7
2) Some college, but no degree19820
3) Technical/Associate/Junior college (2 year, LPN)16316.4
4) Bachelor's degree (4 year, BA, BS, RN)28328.6
5) Graduate degree (master's, Ph.D., law, medicine)16216.3
Missing45 
TOTAL991100.0
236) Q66. Are you: (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male49449.1
2) Female51250.9
Missing21 
TOTAL1006100.0
237) Current marital or relationship status (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married74674.4
2) Never married909
3) Divorced, Separated, or Married, living apart747.4
4) Widowed464.6
5) Not married but living with a partner (cohabiting)474.7
Missing26 
TOTAL1003100.0