Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 1988

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


All frequencies weighted by 150) PWATE;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) ID [Arda Note: Start of Part A] (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12211610.57355.45
2) 1. How satisfied are you with your community as a place to live? (M1)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.9
1) Very satisfied19128.7
2) Satisfied36755.1
3) Dissatisfied649.6
4) Very dissatisfied335
5) Neither satisfied or dissatisfied5.8
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
3) 2. Overall how much do you like living in your neighborhood? (M2)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) Like very much34251.3
2) Like somewhat24236.3
3) Dislike somewhat426.3
4) Dislike very much334.9
5) Neither like nor dislike3.4
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
4) 3. Compared to two years ago, how safe would you say your community is from crime today? (M3)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.9
1) Safer from crime334.9
2) About as safe47170.5
3) Not as safe from crime11817.7
4) Did not live in this community two years ago406
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
5) 4. How satisfied are you with your current financial situation? (M4)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.9
1) Very satisfied395.8
2) Satisfied35352.9
3) Dissatisfied18728
4) Very dissatisfied497.3
5) Neither satisfied or dissatisfied334.9
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
6) 5. How would you compare your financial prospects now to what they were two years ago? (M5)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) Better24536.7
2) The same26439.5
3) Worse13720.5
4) Not sure172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
7) 6. How would you say your family income compares to that of American families in general? Is your family income: (M6I77)
TOTAL%
0) No response9.7
1) Far below average625.1
2) Below average29924.5
3) Average60549.5
4) Above average21117.3
5) Far above average221.8
6) Don't know121
7) Refused1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
8) 7. Taking all things together, how happy would you say you are these days? (M7)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) Very happy14421.6
2) Pretty happy44666.9
3) Not too happy7210.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
9) 8. In general, how would you say your health is these days? (M8)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.9
1) Excellent20831.2
2) Good31547.2
3) Fair11316.9
4) Poor253.7
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
10) The next set of questions are to get your opinions about chemicals and additives in food. 9. When you purchase food from the grocery store, how confident are you that it is free from harmful chemicals? (M9I95)
TOTAL%
0) No response4.3
1) Very confident1189.7
2) Pretty confident42534.8
3) Somewhat confident41834.2
4) Not confident24520
5) Don't know11.9
6) Refused1.1
TOTAL1222100.0
11) The next set of questions are to get your opinions about chemicals and additives in food. 10. When the government says that a chemical is safe to be used by humans, how confident are you that it is really safe? (M10I96)
TOTAL%
0) No response4.3
1) Very confident1048.5
2) Pretty confident45937.6
3) Somewhat confident43735.8
4) Not confident20616.9
5) Don't know11.9
6) Refused1.1
TOTAL1222100.0
12) The next set of questions are to get your opinions about chemicals and additives in food. 11. Some people believe that chemical additives in foods create a series health problem in our country while others do not believe they affect our health at all. How much of a health problem do you think chemicals create? (M11I97)
TOTAL%
0) No response4.3
1) Serious problem26922.1
2) Moderate problem59648.9
3) Small problem29524.2
4) No problem at all473.9
5) Don't know8.7
TOTAL1219100.0
13) The next set of questions are to get your opinions about chemicals and additives in food. 12. Would you favor or oppose laws limiting the amount of chemicals (such as pesticides and herbicides) farmers may use in the production of food for human consumption? (M12I98)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.5
1) Favor87371.5
2) Oppose17114
3) Don't know or have no opinion17114
TOTAL1221100.0
14) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 13. Labor unions are not needed since laws adequately protect workers. (M13I99)
TOTAL%
0) No response221.8
1) Strongly agree836.8
2) Agree27922.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree24319.9
4) Disagree41734.2
5) Strongly disagree16213.3
6) Don't know151.2
TOTAL1221100.0
15) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 14. There are situations in which public or government employees should have the right to go out on strike. (M14I100)
TOTAL%
0) No response201.6
1) Strongly agree917.5
2) Agree47438.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree18214.9
4) Disagree33027
5) Strongly disagree1139.3
6) Don't know10.8
TOTAL1220100.0
16) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 15. Critical health and safety government workers, such as police, fire fighters, prison guards, and nurses, should be prevented from going on strike, while other government workers should be allowed to strike. (M15)
TOTAL%
0) No response203
1) Strongly agree314.6
2) Agree9313.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree12118.1
4) Disagree29143.6
5) Strongly disagree11116.6
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
17) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 16. Every American should have access to adequate health care, even if they can not afford to pay for it. (M16I102)
TOTAL%
0) No response171.4
1) Strongly agree36129.5
2) Agree66454.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree947.7
4) Disagree685.6
5) Strongly disagree131.1
6) Don't know4.3
7) Refused1.1
TOTAL1222100.0
18) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 17. Sex education courses taught by qualified teachers should be offered in all public schools. (M17I103)
TOTAL%
0) No response191.6
1) Strongly agree30825.2
2) Agree65553.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree998.1
4) Disagree826.7
5) Strongly disagree504.1
6) Don't know6.5
7) Refused2.2
TOTAL1221100.0
19) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 18. The public schools should conduct prayers as part of their official business. (M18I104)
TOTAL%
0) No response201.6
1) Strongly agree1078.8
2) Agree29624.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree32726.8
4) Disagree36029.5
5) Strongly disagree998.1
6) Don't know7.6
7) Refused5.4
TOTAL1221100.0
20) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 19. The United States should increase spending for military defense. (M19I105)
TOTAL%
0) No response231.9
1) Strongly agree373
2) Agree22818.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree26621.8
4) Disagree48239.5
5) Strongly disagree17814.6
6) Don't know6.5
7) Refused1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
21) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 20. Whether to have an abortion is a strictly private decision, which the government should not regulate in one way or another. (M20I106)
TOTAL%
0) No response191.6
1) Strongly agree29724.3
2) Agree49940.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree857
4) Disagree19015.5
5) Strongly disagree1219.9
6) Don't know6.5
7) Refused5.4
TOTAL1222100.0
22) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 21. The Bible is the actual Word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word. (M21I107)
TOTAL%
0) No response242
1) Strongly agree17814.6
2) Agree35328.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree22618.5
4) Disagree31625.9
5) Strongly disagree1199.7
6) Don't know4.3
7) Refused1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
23) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 22. The government should do whatever is necessary to eliminate all pornography such as X-rated movies and pornographic bookstores. (M22I108)
TOTAL%
0) No response161.3
1) Strongly agree29624.3
2) Agree39532.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree20917.1
4) Disagree23319.1
5) Strongly disagree675.5
6) Don't know3.2
7) Refused1.1
TOTAL1220100.0
24) Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. 23. The government should do all that it can to keep the family farm, even if it might mean higher food prices and more taxes. (M23I109)
TOTAL%
0) No response181.5
1) Strongly agree21117.3
2) Agree45437.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree22418.3
4) Disagree25320.7
5) Strongly disagree514.2
6) Don't know8.7
7) Refused2.2
TOTAL1221100.0
25) Now I am going to mention several situations in which public employees might find themselves. For each, tell me if you think public employees, such as teachers, office workers, maintenance workers, who do NOT hold jobs critical to public health and safety should be allowed to go on strike in this situation. Should non-critical public employees be allowed to strike if? 24. Management, without agreement from employees, has cut all workers' pay? (M24I115)
TOTAL%
0) No response292.4
1) Yes72058.9
2) No29624.2
3) Not sure17314.2
4) [ARDA Note: Missing label]4.3
TOTAL1222100.0
26) Now I am going to mention several situations in which public employees might find themselves. For each, tell me if you think public employees, such as teachers, office workers, maintenance workers, who do NOT hold jobs critical to public health and safety should be allowed to go on strike in this situation. Should non-critical public employees be allowed to strike if? 25. Management has repeatedly put workers' lives at risk through unsafe practices? (M25I116)
TOTAL%
0) No response262.1
1) Yes98981
2) No13210.8
3) Not sure715.8
4) [ARDA Note: Missing label]3.2
TOTAL1221100.0
27) Now I am going to mention several situations in which public employees might find themselves. For each, tell me if you think public employees, such as teachers, office workers, maintenance workers, who do NOT hold jobs critical to public health and safety should be allowed to go on strike in this situation. Should non-critical public employees be allowed to strike if? 26. Management, without agreement from employees, has cut benefits, such as health insurance? (M26I117)
TOTAL%
0) No response282.3
1) Yes69056.5
2) No31425.7
3) Not sure18615.2
4) [ARDA Note: Missing label]3.2
TOTAL1221100.0
28) Now I am going to mention several situations in which public employees might find themselves. For each, tell me if you think public employees, such as teachers, office workers, maintenance workers, who do NOT hold jobs critical to public health and safety should be allowed to go on strike in this situation. Should non-critical public employees be allowed to strike if? 27. Management has threatened to permanently lay off a number of workers without giving any reasons? (M27I118)
TOTAL%
0) No response292.4
1) Yes73860.4
2) No30324.8
3) Not sure14812.1
4) [ARDA Note: Missing label]3.2
TOTAL1221100.0
29) Now I am going to mention several situations in which public employees might find themselves. For each, tell me if you think public employees, such as teachers, office workers, maintenance workers, who do NOT hold jobs critical to public health and safety should be allowed to go on strike in this situation. Should non-critical public employees be allowed to strike if? 28. Workers have been fired by management without good cause? (M28I119)
TOTAL%
0) No response302.5
1) Yes78664.4
2) No24920.4
3) Not sure15112.4
4) [ARDA Note: Missing label]5.4
TOTAL1221100.0
30) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 1 Hospitals and Doctors? (M29A)
TOTAL%
0) No55182.6
1) Yes8112.1
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
31) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 2 County Government? (M29B)
TOTAL%
0) No54982.3
1) Yes8312.4
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
32) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 3 State Government? (M29C)
TOTAL%
0) No46569.7
1) Yes16725
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
33) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 4 Federal Government? (M29D)
TOTAL%
0) No38457.6
1) Yes24837.2
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
34) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 5 Charity Organizations? (M29E)
TOTAL%
0) No52178
1) Yes11216.8
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
35) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: 6 Other? (M29F)
TOTAL%
0) No54982.3
1) Yes8312.4
9) No response355.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
36) The next items are about health issues. 29. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying for their health care: Who should provide health care? [ARDA Note: Write-in responses to 'VM29F'] (M29G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
37) 30. Suppose that you or a member of your family had a serious emotional problem. To whom would you go for help? (M30)
TOTAL%
1) Wouldn't seek help3.4
2) Community health clinic294.3
3) Mental hospital294.3
4) Psychiatrist7711.5
5) Family doctor13720.5
6) Minister10215.3
7) Relative182.7
8) Friend6.9
9) Other477
10) Don't know284.2
11) Refused19128.6
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
38) Now we want to find out how likely you would be to seek outside help if the following things happened to someone in your household. How likely would you be to seek outside help if: 31. They talked about committing suicide? (M31I129)
TOTAL%
0) No response121
1) Very likely88772.6
2) Likely27722.7
3) Not very likely362.9
4) Would not seek help6.5
5) [ARDA Note: Missing label]1.1
6) Refused1.1
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
39) Now we want to find out how likely you would be to seek outside help if the following things happened to someone in your household. How likely would you be to seek outside help if: 32. They were very depressed for two week in a row? (M32I130)
TOTAL%
0) No response161.3
1) Very likely37030.3
2) Likely50241.1
3) Not very likely30424.9
4) Would not seek help181.5
5) [ARDA Note: Missing label]7.6
6) Refused2.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1220100.0
40) Now we want to find out how likely you would be to seek outside help if the following things happened to someone in your household. How likely would you be to seek outside help if: 33. They started seeing things or hearing voices that were not there? (M33I131)
TOTAL%
0) No response151.2
1) Very likely79264.9
2) Likely35529.1
3) Not very likely433.5
4) Would not seek help8.7
5) [ARDA Note: Missing label]3.2
6) Refused3.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1220100.0
41) Now we want to find out how likely you would be to seek outside help if the following things happened to someone in your household. How likely would you be to seek outside help if: 34. They were so nervous or anxious that they had trouble with everyday tasks? (M34I132)
TOTAL%
0) No response141.1
1) Very likely55445.4
2) Likely53143.5
3) Not very likely1008.2
4) Would not seek help131.1
5) [ARDA Note: Missing label]5.4
6) Refused3.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
42) Now we want to find out how likely you would be to seek outside help if the following things happened to someone in your household. How likely would you be to seek outside help if: 35. Their drinking of alcohol has increased to the point where it is starting to cause problems at work or at home? (M35I133)
TOTAL%
0) No response161.3
1) Very likely79064.8
2) Likely36730.1
3) Not very likely342.8
4) Would not seek help5.4
5) [ARDA Note: Missing label]5.4
6) Refused2.2
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1220100.0
43) The next questions are about political issues and the recent election. 36. Generally speaking, where would you place yourself politically? (M36)
TOTAL%
0) No response121.8
1) Strong Republican487.2
2) Republican19529.2
3) Independent leaning Republican8512.7
4) Independent not leaning either way8512.7
5) Independent leaning Democratic6710
6) Democrat12518.7
7) Strong Democrat334.9
8) Other182.7
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
44) 37. Often during an election a lot of people aren't able to vote because they aren't registered or they are sick or they just don't have the time. How about you, did you vote this time? (M37)
TOTAL%
0) No response6.9
1) Voted53680.4
2) Registered, but did not vote466.9
3) Not registered to vote7911.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
45) (IF YOU DID NOT VOTE IN THE MOST RECENT ELECTION, PLEASE SKIP TO QUESTION 40) 38. For whom did you vote in the race for U.S. Senate? (M38I143)
TOTAL%
0) No response15712.8
1) Bob Kerrey53643.9
2) Dave Karnes33727.6
3) Ernie Chambers121
4) Other231.9
5) Don't know6.5
6) Refused121
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]13911.4
TOTAL1222100.0
46) 39. For whom did you vote in the election for President of the United States? (M39I144)
TOTAL%
0) No response15312.5
1) George Bush54344.4
2) Michael Dukakis35228.8
3) Other231.9
4) Don't know3.2
5) Refused9.7
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]13911.4
TOTAL1222100.0
47) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 1 Newspapers (M40A)
TOTAL%
0) No29644.4
1) Yes35252.8
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
48) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 2 Radio (M40B)
TOTAL%
0) No52278.3
1) Yes12618.9
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
49) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 3 Television (M40C)
TOTAL%
0) No26339.4
1) Yes38557.7
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
50) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 4 Friends, co-workers or relatives (M40D)
TOTAL%
0) No57786.5
1) Yes7110.6
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
51) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 5 Contacts or literature from political groups (M40E)
TOTAL%
0) No57686.5
1) Yes7110.7
9) No response192.9
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
52) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? 6 Other (M40F)
TOTAL%
0) No60891.2
1) Yes406
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
53) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? ?[ARDA Note: Write-in answers to 'M40F'] (M40G)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
54) 40. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? Unsure of where election information came from (M40H)
TOTAL%
0) No64797
1) Yes1.1
9) No response192.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
55) 41. How much did the information you received help you decide on a candidate? (M41I146)
TOTAL%
0) No response201.6
1) Helped a lot35028.7
2) Helped some47939.3
3) Helped very little18715.3
4) Was no help at all675.5
5) Did not decide on a candidate877.1
6) Don't know4.3
7) Refused1.1
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]252
TOTAL1220100.0
56) 42. Were you contacted about the race for the U.S. Senate in Nebraska by any political parties or campaigns? (M42)
TOTAL%
0) No response162.4
1) Yes39258.8
2) No (PLEASE GO TO QUESTION NUMBER 44)25938.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
57) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Check all that apply. Phone call from group supporting Karnes. (M43A)
TOTAL%
0) No23535.2
1) Yes14021
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
58) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Check all that apply. Mail/door hanger from group supporting Karnes. (M43B)
TOTAL%
0) No18327.4
1) Yes19228.8
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
59) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Check all that apply. Other literature from group supporting Karnes. (M43C)
TOTAL%
0) No23334.9
1) Yes14221.3
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
60) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Check all that apply. Personal contact from group supporting Karnes. (M43D)
TOTAL%
0) No33249.8
1) Yes436.4
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
61) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Phone call from group supporting Kerrey. (M43E)
TOTAL%
0) No22734.1
1) Yes14722.1
7) Not applicable27541.3
9) No response172.6
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
62) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Mail/door hanger from group supporting Kerrey. (M43F)
TOTAL%
0) No16925.4
1) Yes20530.8
7) Not applicable27541.3
9) No response172.6
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
63) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Other literature from group supporting Kerrey. (M43G)
TOTAL%
0) No22233.3
1) Yes15322.9
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
64) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Personal contact from group supporting Kerrey. (M43H)
TOTAL%
0) No32749
1) Yes487.2
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
65) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Phone call from group supporting Chambers. (M43I)
TOTAL%
0) No37355.9
1) Yes2.3
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
66) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Mail/door hanger from group supporting Chambers. (M43J)
TOTAL%
0) No36554.8
1) Yes91.4
7) Not applicable27541.3
9) No response172.6
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
67) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Other literature from group supporting Chambers. (M43K)
TOTAL%
0) No36755
1) Yes81.2
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
68) 43. Please indicate which group contacted you and how you were contacted. Personal contact from group supporting Chambers. (M43L)
TOTAL%
0) No37155.6
1) Yes4.6
7) Not applicable27541.2
9) No response172.5
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
69) 44. Sometimes people make up their minds on a candidate very early in an election campaign, while others don't decide until the last minute. When did you finally decide on your choice for U.S. Senate? (M44I147)
TOTAL%
0) No response604.9
1) Before the primary election40433.1
2) 3 to 6 months ago21017.2
3) 1 to 2 months ago18715.3
4) 1 to 3 weeks ago1058.6
5) Less than 1 week before the general election1038.4
6) The day of the general election736
7) Didn't decide655.3
8) Don't know9.7
9) Refused6.5
TOTAL1222100.0
70) 45. Have you heard or read about a movement called the New Christian Right? (M45I148)
TOTAL%
0) No response171.4
1) Yes18014.7
2) No101282.9
3) Don't know9.7
4) Refused3.2
TOTAL1221100.0
71) IF YES: 46. Would you say that you mostly approve, or mostly disapprove, of the New Christian Right movement? (M46I149)
TOTAL%
0) No response3.2
1) Mostly approve332.7
2) Mostly disapprove1179.6
3) [ARDA Note: Missing label]262.1
4) Refused00
7) Not applicable56246
8) Don't know1.1
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]47939.2
TOTAL1221100.0
72) Now we have some questions about you. 47. In what county do you live? (COUNTY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122186.6947.11
73) 48. How long have you lived in this county? (Number of years) (M48)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA Note: Missing label]121.8
1) 1152.3
2) 2152.3
3) 3243.6
4) 4274.1
5) 5192.9
6) 6132
7) 7101.5
8) 8101.5
9) 9142.1
10) 10223.3
11) 11111.7
12) 12111.7
13) 1371.1
14) 146.9
15) 15142.1
16) 16111.7
17) 17111.7
18) 1891.4
19) 195.8
20) 20192.9
21) 2191.4
22) 22132
23) 23121.8
24) 2471.1
25) 25192.9
26) 265.8
27) 2771.1
28) 2891.4
29) 2991.4
30) 30132
31) 31101.5
32) 32101.5
33) 33132
34) 34111.7
35) 35152.3
36) 3671.1
37) 375.8
38) 38132
39) 392.3
40) 4081.2
41) 413.5
42) 4281.2
43) 432.3
44) 441.2
45) 4591.4
46) 461.2
47) 472.3
48) 484.6
49) 493.5
50) 5091.4
51) 513.5
52) 5291.4
53) 535.8
55) 5591.4
56) 564.6
57) 574.6
58) 584.6
59) 594.6
60) 6081.2
61) 6181.2
62) 624.6
63) 632.3
64) 6400
65) 654.6
66) 661.2
67) 673.5
68) 6881.2
69) 691.2
70) 7081.2
71) 712.3
72) 722.3
73) 733.5
74) 741.2
75) 754.6
76) 764.6
77) 7700
78) 784.6
79) 792.3
80) 8000
81) 8100
82) 8200
83) 833.5
84) 841.2
85) 852.3
87) 871.2
98) [ARDA Note: Missing label]00
99) All my life213.2
Missing554 
TOTAL663100.0
74) 49. Do you live: (M49)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) On a farm9313.9
2) In open country but not on a farm355.2
3) In a small town (less than 2,500 people)13219.8
4) In a medium size town (2,500-10,000)7511.2
5) In a city (over 10,000)32749
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
75) 50. Which best describes your current housing? (M50)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) Mobile home294.3
2) Detached single family house53680.4
3) Townhouse213.1
4) Apartment649.6
5) Other121.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
76) 51. Are you a home owner or renter? (M51)
TOTAL%
0) No response5.7
1) Home owner (own or buying home)50075
2) Renter16224.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
77) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Your sex (MSEX1)
TOTAL%
0) No response142.1
1) Male31046.5
2) Female33850.7
9) Refused5.7
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
78) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Your age at last birthday (MAGE1)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response71.1
18) 181.2
21) 2181.2
22) 226.9
23) 23121.8
24) 24152.3
25) 25142.1
26) 26132
27) 27101.5
28) 28121.8
29) 29172.6
30) 30263.9
31) 31213.2
32) 32233.5
33) 33284.2
34) 34263.9
35) 35111.7
36) 36121.8
37) 375.8
38) 38142.1
39) 3991.4
40) 40101.5
41) 41111.7
42) 42101.5
43) 4381.2
44) 44142.1
45) 45101.5
46) 46101.5
47) 4771.1
48) 48101.5
49) 4991.4
50) 50132
51) 515.8
52) 52172.6
53) 533.5
54) 5481.2
55) 55132
56) 5681.2
57) 5781.2
58) 58101.5
59) 5971.1
60) 606.9
61) 61132
62) 623.5
63) 635.8
64) 6471.1
65) 6591.4
66) 6671.1
67) 676.9
68) 68152.3
69) 694.6
70) 7081.2
71) 715.8
72) 726.9
73) 735.8
74) 743.5
75) 756.9
76) 7681.2
77) 773.5
78) 786.9
79) 796.9
80) 801.2
81) 811.2
82) 821.2
83) 835.8
84) 842.3
85) 852.3
87) 871.2
88) 881.2
89) 893.5
90) 9000
92) 9200
99) Refused365.4
Missing556 
TOTAL665100.0
79) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Your years of schooling completed (MSCHOOL1)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response111.6
2) 21.1
4) 42.3
5) 52.3
6) 64.6
7) 73.4
8) 8284.2
9) 991.3
10) 10101.5
11) 1191.3
12) 1225538.1
13) 13629.3
14) 147010.4
15) 15334.9
16) 169313.9
17) 17142.1
18) 18253.7
19) 1981.2
20) 2091.3
21) 211.1
23) 234.6
24) 241.1
25) 251.1
26) 261.1
41) 411.1
98) Don't know2.3
99) Refused111.6
Missing554 
TOTAL670100.0
80) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Your highest degree obtained in school (MDEGREE1)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response9113.6
1) No degree31046.4
2) High school10115.1
3) Associate degree12018
4) Bachelors degree334.9
5) Graduate degree101.5
9) Refused3.4
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
81) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of second household resident (MSEX2)
TOTAL%
0) No response14722
1) Male25237.7
2) Female26539.7
9) Refused4.6
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
82) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of second household resident (MAGE2)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response14421.6
3) 31.1
19) 192.3
21) 212.3
22) 223.4
23) 232.3
24) 24152.2
25) 25121.8
26) 26131.9
27) 2781.2
28) 28152.2
29) 29152.2
30) 30152.2
31) 31131.9
32) 32142.1
33) 33223.3
34) 34182.7
35) 35182.7
36) 36121.8
37) 3791.3
38) 3871
39) 39131.9
40) 40131.9
41) 41101.5
42) 422.3
43) 436.9
44) 44121.8
45) 45101.5
46) 46111.6
47) 47101.5
48) 486.9
49) 494.6
50) 50121.8
51) 512.3
52) 52101.5
53) 53131.9
54) 54101.5
55) 555.7
56) 56101.5
57) 5771
58) 583.4
59) 593.4
60) 6091.3
61) 616.9
62) 6281.2
63) 636.9
64) 641.1
65) 6571
66) 666.9
67) 6781.2
68) 686.9
69) 694.6
70) 704.6
71) 713.4
72) 724.6
73) 733.4
74) 743.4
75) 7571
76) 762.3
77) 772.3
78) 782.3
79) 791.1
80) 802.3
83) 831.1
84) 841.1
86) 862.3
87) 872.3
88) 882.3
99) Refused334.9
Missing555 
TOTAL667100.0
83) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of second household resident (MSCHOOL2)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response15222.8
3) 31.1
4) 41.1
5) 51.1
6) 61.1
7) 72.3
8) 8172.5
9) 96.9
10) 10131.9
11) 116.9
12) 1223134.6
13) 13558.2
14) 14578.5
15) 15172.5
16) 16598.8
17) 17182.7
18) 18172.5
20) 206.9
21) 212.3
99) Refused5.7
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
84) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of second household resident (MDEGREE2)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response20731
1) High school27841.6
2) Junior college7711.5
3) Bachelors degree7911.8
4) Masters degree172.5
5) Ph.D. or Doctors81.2
9) Refused2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
85) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of third household resident to respondent (MRELATN3)
TOTAL%
0) No response29343.9
3) Child of respondent32047.9
4) Relative of respondent294.3
5) Other121.8
6) Don't know4.6
7) Refused101.5
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
86) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of third household resident (MSEX3)
TOTAL%
0) No response29544.2
1) Male20430.6
2) Female16825.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
87) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of third household resident (MAGE3)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response30645.9
1) 1101.5
2) 281.2
3) 381.2
4) 471.1
5) 5142.1
6) 6152.3
7) 7121.8
8) 8172.6
9) 971.1
10) 10121.8
11) 11182.7
12) 12101.5
13) 13101.5
14) 1471.1
15) 1581.2
16) 16152.3
17) 1771.1
18) 18162.4
19) 19182.7
20) 20152.3
21) 21162.4
22) 22111.7
23) 23101.5
24) 244.6
25) 253.5
26) 2671.1
27) 272.3
28) 282.3
29) 296.9
30) 305.8
31) 312.3
33) 332.3
36) 363.5
38) 382.3
42) 4271.1
43) 431.2
48) 482.3
49) 492.3
52) 521.2
53) 531.2
62) 621.2
64) 642.3
67) 671.2
69) 691.2
72) 724.6
74) 741.2
77) 771.2
78) 781.2
80) 801.2
81) 812.3
84) 841.2
85) 851.2
86) 861.2
87) 871.2
94) 941.2
99) Refused172.6
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
88) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of third household resident (MSCHOOL3)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response37055.5
1) 191.3
2) 2172.5
3) 3121.8
4) 4182.7
5) 5142.1
6) 6101.5
7) 7121.8
8) 8111.6
9) 9101.5
10) 10121.8
11) 11152.2
12) 127010.5
13) 13131.9
14) 14223.3
15) 15111.6
16) 16253.7
17) 176.9
18) 182.3
21) 212.3
32) 321.1
98) Don't know1.1
99) Refused4.6
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
89) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of third household resident (MDEGREE3)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response52779
1) High school8813.2
2) Junior college142.1
3) Bachelors degree314.6
4) Masters degree3.4
5) Ph.D. or Doctors4.6
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
90) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of fourth household resident to respondent (MRELATN4)
TOTAL%
0) No response39759.5
3) Child of respondent24336.4
4) Relative of respondent152.2
5) Other2.3
6) Don't know2.3
7) Refused81.2
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
91) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of fourth household resident (MSEX4)
TOTAL%
0) No response40059.9
1) Male13219.8
2) Female13620.4
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
92) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of fourth household resident (MAGE4)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response41161.7
1) 1111.7
2) 26.9
3) 3142.1
4) 4121.8
5) 5152.3
6) 6121.8
7) 771.1
8) 8111.7
9) 9101.5
10) 1081.2
11) 115.8
12) 126.9
13) 1381.2
14) 1491.4
15) 15101.5
16) 165.8
17) 17142.1
18) 18121.8
19) 19132
20) 205.8
21) 215.8
22) 224.6
23) 234.6
24) 244.6
25) 253.5
26) 263.5
28) 285.8
29) 292.3
31) 312.3
34) 345.8
44) 442.3
52) 522.3
58) 582.3
63) 634.6
64) 641.2
85) 852.3
98) Don't know2.3
99) Refused101.5
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
93) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of fourth household resident (MSCHOOL4)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response47270.9
1) 1142.1
2) 2172.6
3) 391.4
4) 44.6
5) 5111.7
6) 6101.5
7) 75.8
8) 891.4
9) 971.1
10) 1071.1
11) 11192.9
12) 12324.8
13) 13121.8
14) 14172.6
15) 152.3
16) 16101.5
17) 171.2
20) 202.3
98) Don't know2.3
99) Refused4.6
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
94) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of fourth household resident (MDEGREE4)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response59288.8
1) High school406
2) Junior college142.1
3) Bachelors degree121.8
4) Masters degree3.4
5) Ph.D. or Doctors2.3
6) [ARDA Note: Missing label]1.1
8) [ARDA Note: Missing label]2.3
9) Refused1.1
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
95) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of fifth household resident to respondent (MRELATN5)
TOTAL%
0) No response54081
3) Child of respondent10716
4) Relative of respondent111.6
5) Other2.3
7) Refused71
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
96) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of fifth household resident (MSEX5)
TOTAL%
0) No response54181.2
1) Male7010.5
2) Female558.3
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
97) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of fifth household resident (MAGE5)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response54982.2
1) 13.4
2) 25.7
3) 371
4) 45.7
5) 571
6) 691.3
7) 75.7
8) 881.2
9) 92.3
10) 104.6
11) 114.6
12) 126.9
13) 132.3
14) 1491.3
15) 151.1
16) 162.3
17) 1771
18) 183.4
19) 193.4
20) 202.3
21) 2191.3
26) 263.4
27) 273.4
33) 332.3
39) 394.6
54) 542.3
99) Refused2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
98) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of fifth household resident (MSCHOOL5)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response58587.6
1) 14.6
2) 2111.6
3) 32.3
4) 43.4
5) 54.6
6) 62.3
7) 76.9
8) 871
9) 92.3
10) 104.6
11) 112.3
12) 12152.2
13) 131.1
14) 143.4
15) 154.6
16) 1671
17) 174.6
18) 182.3
99) Refused00
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
99) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of fifth household resident (MDEGREE5)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response64396.1
1) High school111.6
2) Junior college3.4
3) Bachelors degree91.3
4) Masters degree3.4
Missing554 
TOTAL669100.0
100) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of sixth household resident to respondent (MRELATN6)
TOTAL%
0) No response62593.6
3) Child of respondent294.3
4) Relative of respondent6.9
5) Other3.4
7) Refused5.7
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
101) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of sixth household resident (MSEX6)
TOTAL%
0) No response62593.6
1) Male345.1
2) Female91.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
102) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of sixth household resident (MAGE6)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response62693.7
1) 12.3
2) 22.3
3) 32.3
5) 51.1
6) 63.4
7) 73.4
9) 91.1
11) 111.1
12) 122.3
13) 134.6
14) 142.3
15) 151.1
18) 183.4
20) 203.4
21) 213.4
22) 223.4
38) 384.6
99) Refused2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
103) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of sixth household resident (MSCHOOL6)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response63595.1
1) 14.6
2) 21.1
4) 41.1
6) 62.3
7) 72.3
8) 85.7
10) 103.4
12) 124.6
14) 1471
15) 153.4
99) Refused1.1
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
104) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of sixth household resident (MDEGREE6)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66098.8
1) High school81.2
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
105) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of seventh household resident to respondent (MRELATN7)
TOTAL%
0) No response65097.5
3) Child of respondent111.6
5) Other3.4
7) Refused3.4
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
106) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of seventh household resident (MSEX7)
TOTAL%
0) No response65097.5
1) Male81.2
2) Female91.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
107) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of seventh household resident (MAGE7)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response65097.3
1) 11.1
3) 31.1
6) 62.3
7) 71.1
11) 113.4
16) 163.4
17) 173.4
35) 353.4
99) Refused1.1
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
108) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of seventh household resident (MSCHOOL7)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response65598.1
2) 21.1
5) 52.3
7) 72.3
11) 115.7
12) 123.4
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
109) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of seventh household resident (MDEGREE7)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66499.6
1) High school3.4
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
110) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of eighth household resident to respondent (MRELATN8)
TOTAL%
0) No response66199.1
3) Child of respondent6.9
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
111) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of eighth household resident (MSEX8)
TOTAL%
0) No response66199.1
1) Male2.3
2) Female4.6
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
112) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of eighth household resident (MAGE8)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66399.3
5) 52.3
6) 61.1
10) 102.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
113) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of eighth household resident (MSCHOOL8)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66599.7
5) 52.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
114) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of eighth household resident (MDEGREE8)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response667100
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
115) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of ninth household resident to respondent (MRELATN9)
TOTAL%
0) No response66599.6
3) Child of respondent1.1
5) Other2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
116) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of ninth household resident (MSEX9)
TOTAL%
0) No response66599.7
1) Male2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
117) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of ninth household resident (MAGE9)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66599.6
4) 41.1
11) 112.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
118) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of ninth household resident (MSCHOOL9)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66699.7
4) 42.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
119) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of ninth household resident (MDEGREE9)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response667100
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
120) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Relationship of tenth household resident to respondent (MRELATN0)
TOTAL%
0) No response66699.7
5) Other2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
121) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Sex of tenth household resident (MSEX0)
TOTAL%
0) No response66699.7
2) Female2.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
122) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Age at last birthday of tenth household resident (MAGE0)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66699.7
9) 92.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
123) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Years of schooling completed of tenth household resident (MSCHOOL0)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66699.7
2) 22.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
124) 52. We would like you to tell us a few things about each member of your household, including yourself. The first set of questions is for information about you, the second set for your husband or wife (if you are married). Use the other sections to record information on other people in your household. First, record how they are related to you (for example, daughter, mother, grandmother, other relative, unrelated friend or boarder), then fill in the information on each. We do not need any names. Highest degree obtained in school of tenth household resident (DEGREE0)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response667100
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
125) 53. Is someone in your household actively farming or ranching this year? (M53I82)
TOTAL%
0) No response10.8
1) Yes18014.7
2) No103184.4
TOTAL1221100.0
126) (IF YES) 54. How many acres are farmed? (M54I83)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122139491.0448742.08
127) 55. Please indicate your current marital status: (M55)
TOTAL%
0) No response203
1) Married51076.5
2) Never married6710
3) Divorced284.2
4) Widowed416.1
5) Separated from spouse1.1
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
128) 56. Please indicate your and your spouse's (if you are married) employment status last week. If you fit into more than one category, indicate all that apply. Your employment status (M56A)
TOTAL%
0) No response324.8
1) Working full time (35 hours or more)36554.7
2) Working part time7911.8
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work6.9
5) Retired10415.6
6) In school101.5
7) Keeping house629.3
8) Other91.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
129) 56. Please indicate your and your spouse's (if you are married) employment status last week. If you fit into more than one category, indicate all that apply. Your spouse's employment status (M56B)
TOTAL%
0) No response16124.1
1) Working full time (35 hours or more)29544.2
2) Working part time7210.8
3) With a job, but not at work because of temporary illness, vacation, or strike4.6
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work1.1
5) Retired7611.4
6) In school3.4
7) Keeping house487.2
8) Other71
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
130) 56. Please indicate your and your spouse's (if you are married) employment status last week. If you fit into more than one category, indicate all that apply. Your specific other job (M56C)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
131) 56. Please indicate your and your spouse's (if you are married) employment status last week. If you fit into more than one category, indicate all that apply. Your spouse's specific other job (M56D)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL0
132) 57. Do you or your husband/wife belong to a labor union? You (M57A)
TOTAL%
0) No response548.1
1) Yes7310.9
2) No54081
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
133) 57. Do you or your husband/wife belong to a labor union? Your spouse (M57B)
TOTAL%
0) No response17426.1
1) Yes416.1
2) No45267.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
134) 58. What race do you consider yourself? (M58I155)
TOTAL%
0) No response201.6
1) White/Caucasian116695.6
2) Chicano/Mexican/Hispanic4.3
3) Black/Negro171.4
4) American Indian/Native American5.4
5) Oriental/Asiatic4.3
6) Other1.1
7) [ARDA Note: Missing label]3.2
TOTAL1220100.0
135) 59. Now pick the category into which your (and your spouse's) job best fits. If you are retired or temporarily not working, select the category that comes closest to what you (or your spouse) usually did. You (M59A)
TOTAL%
0) No response588.7
1) NEVER HAD A PAYING JOB81.2
2) TECHNICAL-such as draftsman, surveyor, medical or dental technician, etc.253.8
3) OFFICIAL-such as manufacturer, officer in a large company, banker, government official or inspector, etc.142.1
4) MANAGER-such as sales manager, store manager, office manager, factory supervisor, etc.497.4
5) PROPRIETOR OR OWNER-such as owner of a small business, wholesaler, retailer, contractor, restaurant owner, etc.446.6
6) SEMISKILLED WORKER-such a factory machine operator, bus or cab driver, meat cutter, etc.436.5
7) CLERICAL WORKER-such as a bankteller, bookkeeper, sales clerk, mail carrier, messenger, etc.8312.5
8) SERVICE WORKER-such as barber, waiter, etc.274.1
9) PROTECTIVE WORKER-such as police officer, detective, sheriff, firefighter, etc.4.6
10) SALESPERSON-such as real estate or insurance salesperson, factory representative, etc.294.4
11) FARM OR RANCH MANAGER OR OWNER598.9
12) FARM WORKER ON ONE OR MORE FARMS111.7
13) WORKER OR LABORER-such as factory or mine worker, filling station attendant, etc.233.5
14) PROFESSIONAL-such as accountant, artist, clergy, dentist, doctor, engineer, lawyer, librarian, scientist, college professor, school teacher, social worker, etc.12819.2
15) SKILLED WORKER OR FOREMAN-such as baker, carpenter, electrician, enlisted man in the armed forces, mechanic, plumber, tailor, foreman in a factory, etc.609
99) Refused1.2
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
136) 59. Now pick the category into which your (and your spouse's) job best fits. If you are retired or temporarily not working, select the category that comes closest to what you (or your spouse) usually did. Your husband or wife (M59B)
TOTAL%
0) No response17526.2
1) NEVER HAD A PAYING JOB111.6
2) TECHNICAL-such as draftsman, surveyor, medical or dental technician, etc.101.5
4) MANAGER-such as sales manager, store manager, office manager, factory supervisor, etc.537.9
5) PROPRIETOR OR OWNER-such as owner of a small business, wholesaler, retailer, contractor, restaurant owner, etc.477
6) SEMISKILLED WORKER-such a factory machine operator, bus or cab driver, meat cutter, etc.355.2
7) CLERICAL WORKER-such as a bankteller, bookkeeper, sales clerk, mail carrier, messenger, etc.8713
8) SERVICE WORKER-such as barber, waiter, etc.182.7
9) PROTECTIVE WORKER-such as police officer, detective, sheriff, firefighter, etc.81.2
10) SALESPERSON-such as real estate or insurance salesperson, factory representative, etc.314.6
11) FARM OR RANCH MANAGER OR OWNER548.1
12) FARM WORKER ON ONE OR MORE FARMS101.5
13) WORKER OR LABORER-such as factory or mine worker, filling station attendant, etc.182.7
14) PROFESSIONAL-such as accountant, artist, clergy, dentist, doctor, engineer, lawyer, librarian, scientist, college professor, school teacher, social worker, etc.7110.6
15) SKILLED WORKER OR FOREMAN-such as baker, carpenter, electrician, enlisted man in the armed forces, mechanic, plumber, tailor, foreman in a factory, etc.406
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
137) 60. Do you have a telephone answering machine in your residence? (M60)
TOTAL%
0) No response192.8
1) No telephone in the home (SKIP TO QUESTION M64)182.7
2) Yes12518.7
3) No (SKIP TO QUESTION M64)50575.7
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
138) People use answering machines for different reasons. For each reason given, please indicate how often you use the answering machine in this way. 61. To answer calls when no one is at home. (M61)
TOTAL%
0) No response375.5
1) Never1.1
7) Not applicable63094.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
139) People use answering machines for different reasons. For each reason given, please indicate how often you use the answering machine in this way. 62. To answer calls when at home, but can't come to the phone (taking a bath, sleeping, etc.). (M62)
TOTAL%
0) No response375.5
1) Never1.1
7) Not applicable63094.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
140) People use answering machines for different reasons. For each reason given, please indicate how often you use the answering machine in this way. 63. Leave answering machine on while at home to screen out unwanted callers. (M63)
TOTAL%
0) No response375.5
1) Never1.1
7) Not applicable63094.3
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
141) 64. What is your religious preference? (M64)
TOTAL%
0) No response162.4
1) Protestant44566.7
2) Catholic16925.3
3) Jewish6.9
4) Other2.3
5) None/no religion294.3
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
142) 64. If you chose Protestant, please indicate the name of the denomination. (M64A)
TOTAL%
0) No response22133.1
1) Baptist223.3
2) Methodist13119.6
3) Lutheran13420.1
4) Presbyterian314.6
5) Episcopalian6.9
6) Church of Christ00
7) Evangelical Free Church6.9
8) Congregational4.6
9) Christian121.8
10) United Church of Christ4.6
11) First Christian71
12) Assembly of God5.7
13) No denomination274
14) Other324.8
15) Don't know2.3
16) Refused243.6
Missing554 
TOTAL668100.0
143) 64. If you chose other, please indicate the name of the religion. (M64B)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable/no response66099.4
2) Greek Orthodox1.2
15) Don't know2.3
16) Refused1.2
Missing558 
TOTAL664100.0
144) 65. Did you happen to attend church services in the last seven days? (M65I136)
TOTAL%
0) No response10.8
1) Yes61050
2) No59748.9
3) Don't know3.2
4) Refused1.1
TOTAL1221100.0
145) 66. Pick the category which best fits your total family income in the last 12 months. (If you are not sure, make the best guess.) (M66)
TOTAL%
0) No response182.7
1) Under $5,000304.5
2) $5,000-$9,999568.4
3) $10,000-$14,9999013.5
4) $15,000-$19,9996710.1
5) $20,000-$24,9998512.8
6) $25,000-$29,9998713.1
7) $30,000-$39,9999013.5
8) $40,000-$49,999466.9
9) $50,000-$59,999355.3
10) $60,000-$79,999335
11) $80,000 or more243.6
98) Don't know00
99) Refused5.8
Missing554 
TOTAL666100.0
146) Date of interview (DATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1221586.09573.90
147) Lifetime resident of county (M48A)
TOTAL%
0) No44867.2
1) Yes21932.8
Missing554 
TOTAL667100.0
148) Region (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Panhandle746.1
2) Southwest988
3) North14411.8
4) South Central19215.7
5) Omaha Area40533.2
6) Southeast30825.2
TOTAL1221100.0
149) Number of adults (NOADULTS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12212.210.93
150) Person weight (PWATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.45
151) Household weight (HWATE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12211.020.13
152) 1. [Arda note: start of part B] First, I would like to know who lives there, excluding temporary visitors, and a little about each person. Let's start with you. Could I have your first name? (IOPN1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12211.000.00
153) 2. Record Respondent's sex (ISEX1)
TOTAL%
1) Male26547.8
2) Female28952.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
154) 3. How are you related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN1)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)29252.7
2) Spouse of P.I.E.20136.3
3) Child of P.I.E.336
4) Relative of P.I.E.122.2
5) Other162.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
155) 4. Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL1)
TOTAL%
1) Married39671.5
2) Never married8515.3
3) Divorced295.2
4) Widowed346.1
5) Separated71.3
6) Married, living apart2.4
8) Refused1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
156) 5. What was your age on your last birthday? (IAGE1)
TOTAL%
18) 18142.5
19) 1991.6
20) 2071.3
21) 21112
22) 2281.4
23) 2381.4
24) 24183.3
25) 25101.8
26) 2661.1
27) 27142.5
28) 28101.8
29) 29101.8
30) 30112
31) 31173.1
32) 32173.1
33) 33213.8
34) 34122.2
35) 3591.6
36) 36122.2
37) 37122.2
38) 38122.2
39) 3971.3
40) 40152.7
41) 41101.8
42) 4291.6
43) 4361.1
44) 44101.8
45) 455.9
46) 465.9
47) 475.9
48) 4871.3
49) 4981.4
50) 50122.2
51) 5181.4
52) 5271.3
53) 5391.6
54) 545.9
55) 55112
56) 5671.3
57) 5761.1
58) 5891.6
59) 5981.4
60) 6061.1
61) 6181.4
62) 625.9
63) 634.7
64) 645.9
65) 65112
66) 6671.3
67) 674.7
68) 6871.3
69) 695.9
70) 704.7
71) 71112
72) 7271.3
73) 732.4
74) 745.9
75) 755.9
76) 7661.1
77) 774.7
78) 785.9
79) 794.7
80) 802.4
81) 811.2
82) 823.5
83) 831.2
84) 845.9
85) 851.2
86) 862.4
87) 871.2
88) 882.4
90) 902.4
99) Refused1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
157) 6. How many years of schooling have you completed? (ISCHOOL1)
TOTAL%
4) 41.2
5) 51.2
6) 61.2
7) 73.5
8) 8213.8
9) 9112
10) 10203.6
11) 11213.8
12) 1220236.5
13) 137613.7
14) 145710.3
15) 15295.2
16) 16539.6
17) 17254.5
18) 18142.5
19) 1971.3
20) 204.7
21) 213.5
22) 221.2
25) 251.2
26) 261.2
29) Don't know1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
158) 7. (ASK IF QUESTION 6 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE SKIP TO QUESTION 8) Do you have a high school diploma or GED Certificate? (IGED1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19935.9
2) No7613.7
99) Not applicable27950.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
159) 8. Do you have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE1)
TOTAL%
1) No Diploma/Degree5.9
2) High School Diploma13424.1
3) Associate or Junior College (L.P.N.)376.7
4) Bachelor's (R.N.)7213
5) Graduate Degree254.5
99) Not applicable28250.8
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
160) (IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION I63) 9. What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN9)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.880.33
161) 10. Is this person male or female? (ISEX2)
TOTAL%
1) Male25546
2) Female23141.7
99) Not applicable6812.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
162) 11. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN2)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)23041.5
2) Spouse of P.I.E.19134.5
3) Child of P.I.E.152.7
4) Relative of P.I.E.234.2
5) Other274.9
99) Not applicable6812.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
163) 12. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE2)
TOTAL%
1) 11.2
5) 51.2
7) 71.2
8) 81.2
11) 112.4
12) 1200
14) 141.2
15) 151.2
16) 1600
18) 183.5
19) 192.4
20) 2081.4
21) 214.7
22) 224.7
23) 2361.1
24) 2481.4
25) 2581.4
26) 26101.8
27) 27203.6
28) 2881.4
29) 2971.3
30) 30122.2
31) 31142.5
32) 32132.4
33) 33132.4
34) 3491.6
35) 35112
36) 36101.8
37) 37132.4
38) 3891.6
39) 3991.6
40) 40112
41) 41122.2
42) 4291.6
43) 43152.7
44) 4481.4
45) 45101.8
46) 4671.3
47) 4791.6
48) 485.9
49) 4971.3
50) 50122.2
51) 513.5
52) 5261.1
53) 5391.6
54) 5481.4
55) 5581.4
56) 56101.8
57) 5771.3
58) 5871.3
59) 593.5
60) 605.9
61) 615.9
62) 62142.5
63) 634.7
64) 641.2
65) 6581.4
66) 6661.1
67) 674.7
68) 684.7
69) 6971.3
70) 704.7
71) 7171.3
72) 7271.3
73) 7381.4
74) 743.5
75) 751.2
76) 762.4
77) 772.4
78) 784.7
79) 791.2
80) 801.2
81) 814.7
85) 851.2
86) 861.2
87) 871.2
88) 881.2
90) 901.2
98) Don't know2.4
99) Refused1.2
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]6812.3
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
164) 13. (SKIP TO QUESTION 18 IF QUESTION 12 IS LESS THAN 16.) 13.(Is he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL2)
TOTAL%
1) Married41675
2) Never married417.4
3) Divorced91.6
4) Widowed101.8
5) Separated2.4
6) Married, living apart2.4
99) Not applicable7513.5
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
165) 14. (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 13 IS 1; OTHERWISE, GO TO QUESTION 15.) 14. Record if Respondent's spouse (ISPOUSE2)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent's spouse38168.8
2) Other305.4
3) Don't know5.9
99) Not applicable13824.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
166) 15. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL2)
TOTAL%
3) 31.2
7) 74.7
8) 8264.7
9) 95.9
10) 10193.4
11) 11112
12) 1219435
13) 13407.2
14) 14509
15) 15315.6
16) 16458.1
17) 17142.5
18) 18183.2
19) 194.7
20) 2061.1
22) 221.2
25) 251.2
29) Don't know91.6
99) Not applicable7513.5
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
167) 16. (ASK IF QUESTION 15 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE SKIP TO QUESTION 17.) Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18934.1
2) No6411.6
3) Don't know1.2
99) Not applicable30054.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
168) 17. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE2)
TOTAL%
1) No Diploma/Degree00
2) High School Diploma10118.2
3) Associate or Junior College (L.P.N.)315.6
4) Bachelor's (R.N.)519.2
5) Graduate Degree346.1
6) Don't know3.5
99) Not applicable33460.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
169) 18.(IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION 63) What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN18)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.450.50
170) 19. Is this person male or female? (ISEX3)
TOTAL%
1) Male13624.5
2) Female11120
99) Not applicable30755.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
171) 20. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN3)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)142.5
2) Spouse of P.I.E.122.2
3) Child of P.I.E.18733.8
4) Relative of P.I.E.203.6
5) Other142.5
99) Not applicable30755.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
172) 21. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE3)
TOTAL%
0) 05.9
1) 15.9
2) 25.9
3) 34.7
4) 481.4
5) 55.9
6) 6112
7) 771.3
8) 891.6
9) 971.3
10) 1071.3
11) 1161.1
12) 1291.6
13) 1381.4
14) 1461.1
15) 15112
16) 16122.2
17) 17122.2
18) 18173.1
19) 19112
20) 205.9
21) 214.7
22) 2281.4
23) 234.7
24) 2481.4
25) 254.7
26) 2671.3
28) 282.4
30) 302.4
32) 322.4
34) 341.2
37) 372.4
39) 392.4
40) 402.4
42) 422.4
43) 432.4
47) 471.2
53) 534.7
55) 5571.3
56) 562.4
59) 592.4
65) 652.4
67) 671.2
69) 691.2
84) 842.4
90) 902.4
98) Don't know2.4
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]30755.3
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
173) 22. (SKIP TO QUESTION 27 IF QUESTION 21 IS LESS THAN 16.) (Is he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL3)
TOTAL%
1) Married346.1
2) Never married9417
3) Divorced3.5
4) Widowed3.5
99) Not applicable42075.8
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
174) 23. (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 22 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 24.) RECORD IF RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE (ISPOUSE3)
TOTAL%
2) Other346.1
99) Not applicable52093.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
175) 24. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL3)
TOTAL%
1) 11.2
8) 84.7
9) 92.4
10) 10162.9
11) 11112
12) 12559.9
13) 13101.8
14) 1491.6
15) 153.5
16) 16122.2
17) 174.7
29) Don't know61.1
99) Not applicable42075.9
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
176) (ASK ONLY IF QUESTION 24 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 26) 25. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes529.4
2) No366.5
99) Not applicable46584.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
177) 26. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE3)
TOTAL%
1) No Diploma/Degree1.2
2) High School Diploma224
3) Associate or Junior College (L.P.N.)4.7
4) Bachelor's (R.N.)142.5
6) Don't know4.7
99) Not applicable50991.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
178) 27. (IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION 63) What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN27)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.290.45
179) 28. Is this person male or female? (ISEX4)
TOTAL%
1) Male7713.9
2) Female8415.2
99) Not applicable39370.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
180) 29. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN4)
TOTAL%
2) Spouse of P.I.E.5.9
3) Child of P.I.E.13825
4) Relative of P.I.E.101.8
5) Other71.3
99) Not applicable39371.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
181) 30. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE4)
TOTAL%
0) 091.6
1) 161.1
2) 261.1
3) 391.6
4) 4112
5) 581.4
6) 661.1
7) 791.6
8) 861.1
9) 9132.3
10) 104.7
11) 115.9
12) 122.4
13) 135.9
14) 1491.6
15) 1561.1
16) 16101.8
17) 173.5
18) 1861.1
20) 202.4
22) 225.9
23) 2391.6
25) 252.4
29) 292.4
53) 533.5
71) 711.2
82) 822.4
98) Don't know2.4
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]39370.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
182) (SKIP TO QUESTION 36 IF QUESTION 30 IS LESS THAN 16.) 31. (Is he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL4)
TOTAL%
1) Married91.6
2) Never married366.5
4) Widowed2.4
99) Not applicable50791.5
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
183) (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 31 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 33.) 32. RECORD IF RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE (ISPOUSE4)
TOTAL%
2) Other91.6
99) Not applicable54598.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
184) 33. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL4)
TOTAL%
6) 61.2
7) 72.4
10) 1091.6
11) 1161.1
12) 12112
14) 145.9
15) 152.4
16) 1661.1
29) Don't know4.7
99) Not applicable50791.7
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
185) (ASK IF QUESTION 33 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 35) 34. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes101.8
2) No162.9
99) Not applicable52895.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
186) 35. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE4)
TOTAL%
2) High School Diploma71.3
3) Associate or Junior College (L.P.N.)61.1
4) Bachelor's (R.N.)3.5
6) Don't know2.4
99) Not applicable53696.8
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
187) 36. (IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION 63) What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN36)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.120.33
188) 37. Is this person male or female? (ISEX5)
TOTAL%
1) Male315.6
2) Female356.3
99) Not applicable48788.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
189) 38. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN5)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)2.4
3) Child of P.I.E.5810.5
4) Relative of P.I.E.5.9
5) Other2.4
99) Not applicable48787.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
190) 39. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE5)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1221880.00321.81
191) (SKIP TO QUESTION 45 IF QUESTION 39 IS LESS THAN 16.) 40. (Is he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL5)
TOTAL%
1) Married2.4
2) Never married152.7
99) Not applicable53696.9
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
192) (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 40 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 42) RECORD IF RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE (ISPOUSE5)
TOTAL%
2) Other2.4
99) Not applicable55299.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
193) 42. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL5)
TOTAL%
9) 93.5
12) 1271.3
13) 134.7
18) 182.4
29) Don't know2.4
99) Not applicable53696.8
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
194) (ASK ONLY IF QUESTION 42 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 44) 43. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes71.3
2) No3.5
99) Not applicable54498.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
195) 44. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE5)
TOTAL%
2) High School Diploma4.7
5) Graduate Degree2.4
6) Don't know2.4
99) Not applicable54698.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
196) (IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION 63) 45. What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN45)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.040.19
197) 46. Is this person male or female? (ISEX6)
TOTAL%
1) Male132.3
2) Female71.3
99) Not applicable53496.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
198) 47. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN6)
TOTAL%
3) Child of P.I.E.173.1
4) Relative of P.I.E.3.5
99) Not applicable53496.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
199) 48. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE6)
TOTAL%
0) 02.4
2) 21.2
3) 31.2
7) 71.2
8) 81.2
10) 101.2
12) 121.2
13) 133.5
17) 174.7
19) 194.7
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]53496.6
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
200) (SKIP TO QUESTION 54 IF QUESTION 48 IS LESS THAN 16.) 49. (Is he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL6)
TOTAL%
2) Never married81.4
99) Not applicable54698.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
201) (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 49 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 51.) 50. RECORD IF RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE (ISPOUSE6)
TOTAL%
99) Not applicable554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
202) 51. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL6)
TOTAL%
11) 114.7
13) 134.7
99) Not applicable54698.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
203) 52. (ASK IF QUESTION 51 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 53.) 52. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED6)
TOTAL%
2) No4.7
99) Not applicable55099.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
204) 53. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE6)
TOTAL%
2) High School Diploma4.7
99) Not applicable55099.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
205) (IF NO MORE IN HOUSEHOLD, SKIP TO QUESTION 63) 54. What is the first name of the next person living in the household? (IOPN54)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.010.11
206) 55. Is this person male or female? (ISEX7)
TOTAL%
1) Male5.9
2) Female1.2
99) Not applicable54898.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
207) 56. How is (he/she) related to the principal income earner in your household? (IRELATN7)
TOTAL%
3) Child of P.I.E.61.1
99) Not applicable54898.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
208) 57. What was (his/her) age on (his/her) last birthday? (IAGE7)
TOTAL%
2) 21.2
6) 61.2
16) 164.7
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]54898.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
209) (SKIP TO QUESTION 63 IF QUESTION 57 IS LESS THAN 16.) 58. Is (he/she) married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (IMARITL7)
TOTAL%
2) Never married4.7
99) Not applicable55099.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
210) (ASK ONLY IF THE ANSWER TO QUESTION 58 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 60.) 59. RECORD IF RESPONDENT'S SPOUSE (ISPOUSE7)
TOTAL%
99) Not applicable554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
211) 60. How many years of schooling has (he/she) completed? (ISCHOOL7)
TOTAL%
9) 94.7
99) Not applicable55099.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
212) (ASK ONLY IF QUESTION 60 IS 12 OR LESS; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 62.) 61. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (IGED7)
TOTAL%
2) No4.7
99) Not applicable55099.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
213) 62. Does (he/she) have a high school diploma or any college degrees? IF YES, ASK: What degree or degrees? (IDEGREE7)
TOTAL%
99) Not applicable554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
214) In what county do you live? (I63)
TOTAL%
1) [ARDA Note: Missing label]554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
215) 64. Were you born in this county? (I64)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (SKIP TO QUESTION 67.)17030.7
2) No (GO TO QUESTION 65.)38369.3
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
216) 65. How many years have you lived here? NUMBER OF YEARS (I65)
TOTAL%
0) 0142.5
1) 1142.5
2) 2193.4
3) 3162.9
4) 4162.9
5) 5152.7
6) 6112
7) 781.4
8) 881.4
9) 95.9
10) 10264.7
11) 1181.4
12) 1281.4
13) 1381.4
14) 1491.6
15) 1561.1
16) 16112
17) 17101.8
18) 18132.3
19) 1971.3
20) 2081.4
21) 2171.3
22) 225.9
23) 234.7
24) 244.7
25) 25112
26) 264.7
27) 271.2
28) 2891.6
29) 291.2
30) 3081.4
31) 315.9
32) 322.4
33) 332.4
34) 343.5
35) 355.9
36) 364.7
38) 381.2
39) 393.5
40) 40101.8
41) 414.7
42) 425.9
43) 433.5
44) 444.7
45) 453.5
46) 464.7
48) 482.4
50) 501.2
51) 514.7
52) 525.9
54) 543.5
56) 561.2
57) 574.7
60) 603.5
61) 611.2
62) 621.2
63) 631.2
65) 651.2
67) 672.4
71) 7100
73) 731.2
75) 751.2
80) 801.2
999) [ARDA Note: Missing label]17030.7
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
217) 66. Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (I66)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska18333.1
2) Another state18934.2
3) Foreign country112
99) Not applicable17030.7
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
218) 67. Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm, or in a town or city? (I67)
TOTAL%
1) Farm (SKIP TO QUESTION 69.)6511.7
2) Open country, but not a farm (SKIP TO QUESTION 69.)529.4
3) Town or city (GO TO QUESTION 68.)43778.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
219) 68. What community do you live in? (I68)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA Note: Missing label]11721.1
1) [ARDA Note: Missing label]43778.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
220) 69. What town or city is closest to where you live? (I69)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA Note: Missing label]43778.9
1) [ARDA Note: Missing label]11721.1
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
221) 70. Are you still living in the same residence as you were two years ago? (I70)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (SKIP TO QUESTION 72.)43278.1
2) No (GO TO QUESTION 71.)12121.9
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
222) 71. Two years ago were you living in the same community, the same county, a different county in Nebraska, or in another state? (I71)
TOTAL%
1) Same community509
2) Same county285.1
3) Different county in Nebraska203.6
4) Another state213.8
5) Another country (Foreign country or Territory)2.4
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]43278.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
223) 72. How satisfied are you with (COUNTY) as a place to live in? Would you say you are very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied, very dissatisfied, or neither satisfied or dissatisfied? (I72)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied26147.2
2) Satisfied25546.1
3) Dissatisfied183.3
4) Very dissatisfied5.9
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied142.5
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
224) 73. Overall, then, would you say that you like or do not like living in your neighborhood? Do you like it very much, like it somewhat, dislike it somewhat, dislike it very much, or neither like nor dislike it? (I73)
TOTAL%
1) Like very much37267.1
2) Like somewhat14726.5
3) Dislike somewhat213.8
4) Dislike very much3.5
5) Neither like nor dislike101.8
6) Don't know1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
225) (ASK IF QUESTION 71 IS 1; OTHERWISE, GO TO QUESTION 75.) 74. All things considered, would you say that your community is safer from crime, about as safe, or not as safe as it was two years ago? (I74)
TOTAL%
1) Safer from crime61.1
2) About as safe366.5
3) Not as safe71.3
4) Did not live in this community two years ago1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]50491
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
226) 75. Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? Would you say very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied, very dissatisfied, or neither satisfied nor dissatisfied? (I75)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied5910.7
2) Satisfied35263.7
3) Dissatisfied9417
4) Very dissatisfied203.6
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied285.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
227) 76. 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? (I76)
TOTAL%
1) Better22140
2) Same24544.3
3) Worse8615.6
4) Don't know1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
228) (ASK ONLY IF AGE OF RESPONDENT IS 40 OR UNDER; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 79.) 78. Do you believe that your chances to do well economically are better, about the same, or worse than the chances your parents had when they were your age? (I78)
TOTAL%
1) Better17431.5
2) Same478.5
3) Worse448
4) Don't know5.9
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]28351.2
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
229) 79. Taking all things together, how would you say you are these days? Would you say you are very happy, pretty happy, or not too happy? (I79)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy19435.1
2) Pretty happy33560.6
3) Not too happy224
4) Don't know1.2
5) Refused1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
230) (ASK ONLY IF RESPONDENT IS MARRIED; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 81.) 80. Taking all things together, how would you describe your marriage? Would you say that your marriage is very happy, pretty happy, or not too happy? (I80)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy25546
2) Pretty happy13223.8
3) Not too happy71.3
4) Don't know1.2
5) Refused1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]15828.5
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
231) 81. Would you say your own health, in general, is excellent, good, fair, or poor? (I81)
TOTAL%
1) Excellent22139.9
2) Good24644.4
3) Fair6411.6
4) Poor234.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
232) 84. Last week, were you working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house, or what? (I84)
TOTAL%
1) Working full time (35 hours or more) (SKIP TO QUESTION 86.)29453.3
2) Working part time (1 to 34 hours) (SKIP TO QUESTION 86.)7513.6
3) With a job, but not at work because of temporary illness, vacation, or strike (SKIP TO QUESTION 86.)2.4
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (GO TO QUESTION 85.)1.2
5) Retired (GO TO QUESTION 85.)9717.6
6) In school (GO TO QUESTION 85.)213.8
7) Keeping house (GO TO QUESTION 85.)519.2
8) Other (GO TO QUESTION 85.)112
Missing667 
TOTAL552100.0
233) (ASK IF QUESTION 84 IS 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, OR 10; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 86.) 85. Were you ever employed for as long as one year? (I85)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15528
2) No274.9
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]37267.1
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
234) (ASK IF QUESTION 84 IS 1, 2, OR 3 OR IF QUESTION 85 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 89.) 86. What kind of work do (did) you normally do? (OBTAIN JOB TITLE, DUTIES, INDUSTRY, SELF-EMPLOYED OR EMPLOYEE. FOR MILITARY, OBTAIN RANK.) (I86)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA Note: Missing label]285.1
1) [ARDA Note: Missing label]52594.9
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
235) 87. Are you self-employed or do you work for someone else? (I87)
TOTAL%
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
236) 88. Do you belong to a labor union? (I88)
TOTAL%
99) [ARDA note: Missing label]554100
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
237) (SKIP TO QUESTION 93 IF RESPONDENT NOT MARRIED) 89. Last week, was your (husband/wife) working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house, or what? (I89)
TOTAL%
1) Working full time (35 hours or more) (GO TO QUESTION 91.)22340.2
2) Working part time (1 to 34 hours) (GO TO QUESTION 91.)478.5
3) With a job, but not at work because of temporary illness, vacation, or strike (GO TO QUESTION 91.)4.7
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work (GO TO QUESTION 90.)2.4
5) Retired (GO TO QUESTION 90.)468.3
6) In school (GO TO QUESTION 90.)1.2
7) Keeping house (GO TO QUESTION 90.)6812.3
8) Other (GO TO QUESTION 90.)5.9
9) Don't know (GO TO QUESTION 90.)1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]15828.5
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
238) (ASK ONLY IF QUESTION 89 IS 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, OR 10; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 91.) 90. Was your (husband/wife) ever employed for as long as one year? (I90)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9817.7
2) No234.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]43278.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
239) (ASK ONLY IF QUESTION 89 IS 1, 2, OR 3 OR QUESTION 90 IS 1; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 93.) 91. What kind of work (does/did) your (husband/wife) normally do? (OBTAIN JOB TITLE, DUTIES, INDUSTRY, SELF-EMPLOYED OR EMPLOYEE. FOR MILITARY, OBTAIN RANK.) (I91)
TOTAL%
0) [ARDA Note: Missing label]18232.9
1) [ARDA Note: Missing label]37267.1
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
240) 92. Does your (husband/wife) belong to a labor union? (I92)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122199.000.00
241) 93. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (READ LIST AND STOP WHEN RESPONDENT SELECTS UNIT TYPE.) (I93)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home183.2
2) Detached single family house45882.7
3) Townhouse152.7
4) Apartment5910.6
5) Other4.7
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
242) 94. Do you or some member of your household own your home or are you buying or renting? (I94)
TOTAL%
1) Own26648
2) Buying14826.7
3) Renting12923.3
4) Other112
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
243) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree nor disagree with each of them. 101. Critical health and safety government workers, such as police, fire fighters, prison guards, and nurses, should be prevented from going on strike. (I101)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree509
2) Agree24644.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree5810.5
4) Disagree17130.9
5) Strongly disagree173.1
6) Don't know122.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
244) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree nor disagree with each of them. 110. For the average family to obtain the things they need for a comfortable life these days, both the husband and wife need to work outside of the home. (I110)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree6111
2) Agree31055.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree427.6
4) Disagree12021.6
5) Strongly disagree173.1
6) Don't know2.4
7) Refused3.5
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
245) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree or disagree with each of them. 111. Couples are able to get divorced too easily today. (I111)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree10719.3
2) Agree29453.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree468.3
4) Disagree8715.7
5) Strongly disagree81.4
6) Don't know81.4
7) Refused3.5
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
246) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree or disagree with each of them. 112. It's okay for people to get married thinking that if it does not work out, they can always get a divorce. (I112)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree61.1
2) Agree5710.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree213.8
4) Disagree29453.1
5) Strongly disagree17130.9
6) Don't know3.5
7) Refused2.4
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
247) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree nor disagree with each of them. 113. The personal happiness of an individual is more important than putting up with a bad marriage. (I113)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree295.2
2) Agree24444
3) Neither agree nor disagree11420.6
4) Disagree14325.8
5) Strongly disagree81.4
6) Don't know112
7) Refused5.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
248) Now a number of statements are going to be mentioned. Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree, or neither agree nor disagree with each of them. 114. Marriage is for life, even if the couple is unhappy. (I114)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree122.2
2) Agree12121.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree6111
4) Disagree31657.1
5) Strongly disagree356.3
6) Don't know5.9
7) Refused3.5
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
249) (ASK ONLY IF RESPONDENT IS MALE; OTHERWISE, SKIP TO QUESTION 127.) 120. Do you have any children under 18 years of age? (I120)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (GO TO QUESTION 121.)9517.1
2) No (SKIP TO QUESTION 127.)17030.7
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label)28952.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
250) 121. Sometimes the father is present in the room with the mother when the child is born. Were you present for the birth of any of your children? (I121)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (SKIP TO QUESTION 123.)6511.7
2) No (GO TO QUESTION 122.)305.4
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]45982.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
251) 122. Would you say you did not participate because it was not an option for you, the mother did not want you to be present, you chose not to take part, or you did not participate for some other reason? (SKIP TO QUESTION 125.) (I122)
TOTAL%
1) Not an option142.5
3) Chose not to take part71.3
4) Other reasons91.6
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]52494.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
252) 123. Would you say you were present for the birth because the mother wanted you to be there, because of your own desire to be present, because of the expectations of family and friends, or would you say it was for another reason? (I123)
TOTAL%
1) Mother wanted him to be there152.7
2) He wanted to be there417.4
4) Other reasons91.6
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]48988.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
253) 124. Did you receive any organized training on childbirth before participating? (I124)
TOTAL%
1) Yes427.6
2) No234.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]48988.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
254) 125. How important do you think it is for fathers to be present in the room with the mother when the child is born? Would you say it is very important, pretty important, not too important, or not important at all? (I125)
TOTAL%
1) Very important407.2
2) Pretty important336
3) Not too important152.7
4) Not important at all3.5
5) Don't know3.5
6) Refused1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]45982.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
255) 126. If you had another child, would you choose to be present for its birth? (I126)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8014.4
2) No132.3
3) Don't know2.4
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]45982.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
256) The next items are about health issues. 127. Hospitals and doctors often provide health care to people who do not have health insurance and do not make enough money to pay the bill. Who do you think should be primarily responsible for paying their health care-would you say hospitals and doctors, county government, state government, federal government, charity organizations, or something else? (I127)
TOTAL%
1) Hospitals and doctors417.4
2) County government498.8
3) State government9717.5
4) Federal government18032.4
5) Charity organizations509
6) Other8415.1
7) Don't know529.4
8) Refused2.4
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
257) 128. Suppose that you or a member of your family had a serious emotional problem. To whom would you go for help? (DO NOT READ. FIT RESPONSE INTO CLOSEST CATEGORY) (I128)
TOTAL%
1) Would not seek help00
2) Community Mental Health Clinic386.9
3) Mental hospital142.5
4) Private psychiatrist/psychologist13624.6
5) Family doctor14426
6) Minister12121.9
7) Relative427.6
8) Friend193.4
9) Other173.1
10) Don't know203.6
11) Refused2.4
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
258) 134. What is your religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (I134)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant (GO TO QUESTION 135.)32959.4
2) Catholic (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)15227.4
3) Jewish (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)3.5
4) None (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)366.5
5) Other (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)325.8
6) Don't know (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)1.2
7) Refused (SKIP TO QUESTION 137.)1.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
259) 135. What specific denomination is that, if any? (I135)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist335.9
2) Methodist8214.8
3) Lutheran10719.3
4) Presbyterian325.8
5) Episcopalian112
6) Church of Christ112
7) Evangelical Free Church2.4
8) Congregational2.4
9) Christian (Disciples of Christ)81.4
10) United Church of Christ61.1
11) First Christian2.4
12) Assembly of God3.5
13) No denomination/none112
14) Other203.6
16) Refused1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]22440.4
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
260) 137. Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or what? (I137)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat (GO TO QUESTION 138.)19936
2) Republican (GO TO QUESTION 139.)23141.8
3) Independent (GO TO QUESTION 140.)9116.5
4) Other (GO TO QUESTION 141.)213.8
5) Don't know (GO TO QUESTION 141.)5.9
6) Refused (GO TO QUESTION 141.)61.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
261) 138. Do you consider yourself to be a strong or not so strong Democrat? (I138)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Democrat7513.5
2) Not strong Democrat12422.3
3) Don't know1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]35564
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
262) 139. Do you consider yourself to be a strong or not so strong Republican? (I139)
TOTAL%
1) Strong Republican8715.7
2) Not strong Republican14225.6
3) Don't know1.2
4) Refused1.2
99) 9932358.3
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
263) 140. Do you think of yourself as being closer to the Democratic party or to the Republican party? (I140)
TOTAL%
1) Lean to Democratic173.1
2) Independent-lean to neither274.9
3) Lean to Republican285
4) Other-lean to neither183.2
5) Don't know2.4
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]46383.4
Missing667 
TOTAL555100.0
264) Often during an election a lot of people aren't able to vote because they aren't registered or they are sick or they just don't have the time. 141. How about you, did you vote this time? (I141)
TOTAL%
1) Yes (SKIP TO QUESTION 143.)41574.9
2) No (GO TO QUESTION 142.)13524.4
4) Refused (SKIP TO QUESTION 145.)4.7
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
265) 142. Were you registered to vote? (I142)
TOTAL%
1) Yes336
2) No10218.4
99) [ARDA note: Missing label]41975.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
266) 145. We are interested in finding out how people got information about the U.S. Senate race between Karnes, Kerrey, and Chambers. From where did you get most of your information? (I145)
TOTAL%
1) Newspapers20136.3
2) Radio234.2
3) Television22140
4) Friends, co-workers, or relatives91.6
5) Contacts or literature from political groups336
6) Other417.4
7) Did not receive any information (SKIP TO QUESTION 147.)122.2
8) Don't know (SKIP TO QUESTION 147.)71.3
9) Refused (SKIP TO QUESTION 147.)61.1
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
267) 151. Is your total family income $20,000 or more, or less than $20,000? (I151)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more (GO TO QUESTIONS 152.)35764.4
2) Less than $20,000 (SKIP TO QUESTION 153.)16329.4
3) Don't know (SKIP TO QUESTION 154.)162.9
4) Refused (SKIP TO QUESTION 154.)183.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
268) 152. I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (I152)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 - $24,9997413.4
2) $25,000 - $29,9996411.6
3) $30,000 - $39,9998615.6
4) $40,000 - $49,999407.2
5) $50,000 - $59,999336
6) $60,000 - $69,999122.2
7) $70,000 or more183.3
8) Don't know152.7
9) Refused142.5
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]19735.6
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
269) 153. I am going to mention a number of income categories. When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (I153)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000152.7
2) $5,000 - $9,999397
3) $10,000 - $14,9996010.8
4) $15,000 - $19,999417.4
5) Don't know81.4
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]39170.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
270) 154. Do you have a telephone answering machine in your residence? (I154)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7914.3
2) No47085
4) Refused4.7
Missing667 
TOTAL553100.0
271) 156. Do you consider yourself Hispanic? (I156)
TOTAL%
1) Yes61.1
2) No52795.1
3) Don't know1.2
99) [ARDA Note: Missing label]203.6
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
272) 157. ENTER PRESENT MONTH (I157)
TOTAL%
1) November, 198818733.8
2) December, 198825145.3
3) January, 198911620.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
273) 159. ENTER DAY OF WEEK: (I159)
TOTAL%
1) Monday12222
2) Tuesday10619.1
3) Wednesday8114.6
4) Thursday9517.1
5) Friday5910.6
6) Saturday529.4
7) Sunday397
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
274) Interviewer I.D. number (I160)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1221463.76376.89
275) Relation of Respondent to Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.) (IRELATNR)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)29252.7
2) Spouse of P.I.E.20136.3
3) Child of P.I.E.336
4) Relative of P.I.E.122.2
5) Other162.9
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
276) Sex of Respondent (ISEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male26547.8
2) Female28952.2
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
277) Age of Respondent (IAGER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122144.9718.15
278) Marital status of Respondent (IMARITLR)
TOTAL%
1) Married39671.6
2) Never married8515.4
3) Divorced295.2
4) Widowed346.1
5) Separated71.3
6) Married, living apart2.4
Missing668 
TOTAL553100.0
279) Respondent years of school (ISCHOOLR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122113.142.67
280) Respondent GED or high school degree? (IGEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes19972.4
2) No7627.6
Missing943 
TOTAL275100.0
281) Respondent highest degree (IDEGREER)
TOTAL%
1) No degree8715.7
2) High school33360.1
3) Associate376.7
4) Bachelor7213
5) Graduate254.5
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
282) Relation of spouse to Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.) (IRELATNS)
TOTAL%
2) Spouse of P.I.E.207100
Missing1048 
TOTAL207100.0
283) Sex of spouse (ISEXS)
TOTAL%
1) Male157.2
2) Female19292.8
Missing1048 
TOTAL207100.0
284) Age of spouse (IAGES)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122146.5214.85
285) Marital status of spouse (IMARITLS)
TOTAL%
1) Married20498.6
2) Never married31.4
Missing1048 
TOTAL207100.0
286) Spouse years of school (ISCHOOLS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122112.782.13
287) Spouse GED or high school degree? (IGEDS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9579.2
2) No2520.8
Missing1121 
TOTAL120100.0
288) Spouse highest degree (IDEGREES)
TOTAL%
1) No degree2612.6
2) High school14068
3) Associate125.8
4) Bachelor2311.2
5) Graduate52.4
Missing1048 
TOTAL206100.0
289) Relation of GP child to P.I.E. (IRELATNC)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)1.7
2) Spouse of P.I.E.21.4
3) Child of P.I.E.13393
4) Relative of P.I.E.74.9
Missing1093 
TOTAL143100.0
290) Sex of GP child (ISEXC)
TOTAL%
1) Male8055.9
2) Female6344.1
Missing1093 
TOTAL143100.0
291) Age of GP child (IAGEC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122112.553.61
292) Marital status of GP child (IMARITLC)
TOTAL%
2) Never married43100
Missing1185 
TOTAL43100.0
293) GP child years of school (ISCHOOLC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12219.941.64
294) GP child GED or high school degree? (IGEDC)
TOTAL%
2) No42100
Missing1187 
TOTAL42100.0
295) GP child highest degree (IDEGREEC)
TOTAL%
1) No degree42100
Missing1186 
TOTAL42100.0
296) Number of adults in household (INOADULT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12212.150.79
297) Number of children in household (INOCHILD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.591.03
298) Number of teenagers in household (INOTEENS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.270.65
299) Child GP (ICHILDGP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12210.430.82
300) Number in household (INOHHOLD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12212.731.31
301) Age of Respondent: 5-year categories (IAGER5)
TOTAL%
1) 18-19 years234.2
2) 20-24 years539.6
3) 25-29 years498.9
4) 30-34 years7814.2
5) 35-39 years519.3
6) 40-44 years509.1
7) 45-49 years325.8
8) 50-54 years427.6
9) 55-59 years407.3
10) 60-64 years285.1
11) 65-69 years356.4
12) 70-74 years285.1
13) 75 and over427.6
Missing669 
TOTAL551100.0
302) Age of spouse: 5-year categories (IAGES5)
TOTAL%
1) 18-19 years31.5
2) 20-24 years62.9
3) 25-29 years178.3
4) 30-34 years2210.7
5) 35-39 years2612.7
6) 40-44 years2512.2
7) 45-49 years2110.2
8) 50-54 years2612.7
9) 55-59 years188.8
10) 60-64 years104.9
11) 65-69 years136.3
12) 70-74 years115.4
13) 75 and over73.4
Missing1051 
TOTAL205100.0
303) Respondent occupational status (ROCCSTAT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122143.6021.79
304) Respondent occupational type (ROCCTYPE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12216.829.69
305) Spouse occupational status (SOCCSTAT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122145.6323.58
306) Spouse occupational type (SOCCTYPE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12216.419.06
307) City of residence (CITY)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL12211428.35668.79
308) Sex of Respondent (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male57447.8
2) Female62852.2
Missing27 
TOTAL1202100.0
309) Age of Respondent (AGER)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122145.5417.74
310) Respondent's number of years of schooling (EDUCR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122113.272.93
311) Sex of spouse (SEXS)
TOTAL%
1) Male26736.9
2) Female45763.1
Missing601 
TOTAL724100.0
312) Age of spouse (AGES)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122145.2315.63
313) Spouse's number of years of schooling (EDUCS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL122112.992.37
314) Family income: Telephone interview (IFAMINC)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000151.2
2) $5,000 - $9,999393.2
3) $10,000 - $14,999604.9
5) $20,000 - $24,999746.1
6) $25,000 - $29,999645.2
7) $30,000 - $39,999867
8) $40,000 - $49,999403.3
9) $50,000 - $59,999332.7
10) $60,000 - $69,999121
11) $70,000 or more181.5
97) Inapplicable77963.9
TOTAL1220100.0
315) Age of Respondent: 5-year categories (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-24 years old7613.7
2) 25-3412823.1
3) 35-4913324.1
4) 50-6411120.1
5) 65 or older10519
Missing669 
TOTAL553100.0
316) Respondent highest degree (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No degree8715.7
2) High school33360.1
3) Associate376.7
4) Bachelor7213
5) Graduate254.5
Missing667 
TOTAL554100.0
317) Sex of Respondent (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male57447.8
2) Female62852.2
Missing27 
TOTAL1202100.0
318) Region (for use with online analysis) (I-REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Panhandle746.1
2) Southwest988
3) North14411.8
4) South Central19215.7
5) Omaha Area40533.2
6) Southeast30825.2
TOTAL1221100.0
319) Marital status of Respondent (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Married39671.6
2) Never married8515.4
3) Divorced, separated, or married, living apart386.9
4) Widowed346.1
Missing668 
TOTAL553100.0