National Survey on Discrimination in Mexico, Elderly Population

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) ID (FOLIO) (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7613242.9551070
2) Interview number of second capture (FOLIO2) (ID2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7613242.9551070
3) State number (EDO) (STATENM)
TOTAL%
1) 40.5
2) 152.0
4) 212.8
5) 344.5
6) 162.1
7) 699.1
8) 324.2
9) 587.6
10) 30.4
11) 212.8
12) 101.3
13) 91.2
14) 222.9
15) 10213.4
16) 253.3
17) 60.8
18) 70.9
19) 111.4
20) 172.2
21) 445.8
23) 70.9
24) 111.4
25) 233.0
26) 263.4
27) 141.8
28) 354.6
29) 111.4
30) 7610.0
31) 263.4
32) 60.8
TOTAL761100.0
4) State number of the second capture (EDO1) (STATENM1)
TOTAL%
1) 40.5
2) 152.0
4) 212.8
5) 344.5
6) 162.1
7) 699.1
8) 324.2
9) 587.6
10) 30.4
11) 212.8
12) 101.3
13) 91.2
14) 222.9
15) 10213.4
16) 253.3
17) 60.8
18) 70.9
19) 111.4
20) 172.2
21) 445.8
23) 70.9
24) 111.4
25) 233.0
26) 263.4
27) 141.8
28) 354.6
29) 111.4
30) 7610.0
31) 263.4
32) 60.8
TOTAL761100.0
5) Municipality (MPIO) (MUNICIP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76148.46362
6) Municipality of the second capture (MPIO1) (MUNICIP1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76148.46362
7) Basic Geostatistical Area (similar to Census Tract) (AGEB) (BGSAREA)
8) Basic Geostatistical Area of the second capture (similar to Census Tract) (AGEBS) (BGSAREA1)
9) Locality (LOCA)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76126.33583
10) Locality of the second capture (LOCAL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76126.33583
11) Blocks for Basic Geostatistical Area (MZAX) (BLOCKS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL761254.787403
12) Blocks for Basic Geostatistical Area of the second capture (MZAX1) (BLOCKS1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL761254.787403
13) Objective type of population (TPOS)
TOTAL%
1) 30139.6
2) 39351.6
3) 678.8
TOTAL761100.0
14) Objective type of population for the second capture (TIP)
TOTAL%
1) 30139.6
2) 39351.6
3) 678.8
TOTAL761100.0
15) Block chosen (MZA) (BLOCK)
TOTAL%
1) 152.0
2) 273.5
3) 334.3
4) 222.9
5) 293.8
6) 233.0
7) 192.5
8) 192.5
9) 192.5
10) 283.7
11) 222.9
12) 243.2
13) 354.6
14) 202.6
15) 212.8
16) 192.5
17) 172.2
18) 121.6
19) 162.1
20) 91.2
21) 91.2
22) 81.1
23) 131.7
24) 152.0
25) 101.3
26) 192.5
27) 101.3
28) 121.6
29) 50.7
30) 40.5
31) 20.3
32) 30.4
33) 60.8
34) 131.7
35) 50.7
36) 30.4
37) 50.7
38) 10.1
41) 30.4
42) 40.5
43) 20.3
44) 10.1
46) 20.3
47) 10.1
48) 20.3
49) 20.3
54) 10.1
56) 10.1
97) 10.1
999) 16922.2
TOTAL761100.0
16) Block chosen for the second capture (MZA1) (BLOCK1)
TOTAL%
1) 152.0
2) 273.5
3) 334.3
4) 222.9
5) 293.8
6) 233.0
7) 192.5
8) 192.5
9) 192.5
10) 283.7
11) 222.9
12) 243.2
13) 354.6
14) 202.6
15) 212.8
16) 192.5
17) 172.2
18) 121.6
19) 162.1
20) 91.2
21) 91.2
22) 81.1
23) 131.7
24) 152.0
25) 101.3
26) 192.5
27) 101.3
28) 121.6
29) 50.7
30) 40.5
31) 20.3
32) 30.4
33) 60.8
34) 131.7
35) 50.7
36) 30.4
37) 50.7
38) 10.1
41) 30.4
42) 40.5
43) 20.3
44) 10.1
46) 20.3
47) 10.1
48) 20.3
49) 20.3
54) 10.1
56) 10.1
97) 10.1
999) 16922.2
TOTAL761100.0
17) Housing of the block (VIV1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL761602.561477
18) Housing of the block for the second capture (VIVA1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL761602.561477
19) Housing chosen (VIV2)
TOTAL%
1) 1101.3
2) 2172.2
3) 3192.5
4) 4222.9
5) 5182.4
6) 6111.4
7) 7141.8
8) 8111.4
9) 9111.4
10) 10273.5
11) 1170.9
12) 12111.4
13) 1370.9
14) 1470.9
15) 15101.3
16) 1691.2
17) 17121.6
18) 1881.1
19) 1930.4
20) 2050.7
21) 2160.8
22) 2240.5
23) 2320.3
24) 2430.4
25) 2550.7
26) 2630.4
27) 2710.1
29) 2920.3
30) 3050.7
32) 3260.8
33) 3310.1
34) 3491.2
35) 35101.3
36) 3620.3
37) 3720.3
39) 3910.1
40) 4010.1
41) 4120.3
42) 4220.3
47) 4710.1
55) 5510.1
65) 6510.1
999) 45259.4
TOTAL761100.0
20) Housing chosen of the second capture (VIVA2)
TOTAL%
1) 1101.3
2) 2172.2
3) 3192.5
4) 4222.9
5) 5182.4
6) 6111.4
7) 7141.8
8) 8111.4
9) 9111.4
10) 10273.5
11) 1170.9
12) 12111.4
13) 1370.9
14) 1470.9
15) 15101.3
16) 1691.2
17) 17121.6
18) 1881.1
19) 1930.4
20) 2050.7
21) 2160.8
22) 2240.5
23) 2320.3
24) 2430.4
25) 2550.7
26) 2630.4
27) 2710.1
29) 2920.3
30) 3050.7
32) 3260.8
33) 3310.1
34) 3491.2
35) 35101.3
36) 3620.3
37) 3720.3
39) 3910.1
40) 4010.1
41) 4120.3
42) 4220.3
47) 4710.1
55) 5510.1
65) 6510.1
999) 45259.4
TOTAL761100.0
21) Day of the first interview (DIA01) (DAY01)
TOTAL%
1) 668.7
2) 445.8
3) 233.0
4) 202.6
5) 283.7
6) 283.7
7) 233.0
8) 131.7
9) 152.0
10) 162.1
11) 91.2
12) 182.4
13) 91.2
20) 10.1
23) 30.4
24) 233.0
25) 688.9
26) 9412.4
27) 9913.0
28) 587.6
29) 658.5
30) 385.0
TOTAL761100.0
22) Month of the first interview (MES01) (MONTH01)
TOTAL%
11) November 200445159.3
12) December 200431040.7
TOTAL761100.0
23) Interviewer (ENCO01) (INTV01)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7613016.9574267
24) Starting time of the first interview (HOR01) (TIME1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76114.0262
25) Ending time of the first interview (HOR02) (TIME2)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76114.7662
26) Total time of first interview (DUR01) (TIMETOT1)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76145.71912
27) Result of first interview (RES01)
TOTAL%
1) Interview completed761100.0
TOTAL761100.0
28) Code of Supervisor (SUPCOD) (SUPCOD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7611779.3991911
29) Day in which the interview was monitored (DIA03) (DAY03)
TOTAL%
1) 415.4
2) 324.2
3) 222.9
4) 182.4
5) 253.3
6) 314.1
7) 253.3
8) 233.0
9) 314.1
10) 182.4
11) 111.4
12) 202.6
13) 141.8
23) 30.4
24) 172.2
25) 607.9
26) 739.6
27) 668.7
28) 526.8
29) 729.5
30) 10714.1
TOTAL761100.0
30) Month in which the interview was monitored (MES03) (MONTH03)
TOTAL%
11) November 200445059.1
12) December 200431140.9
TOTAL761100.0
31) Day of which capture was validated (DIA04) (DAY04)
TOTAL%
13) 761100.0
TOTAL761100.0
32) Month of which capture was validated (MES04) (MONTH04)
TOTAL%
12) December 2004761100.0
TOTAL761100.0
33) Day of which interview was encoded (DIA05) (DAY05)
TOTAL%
2) 30.4
3) 30.4
10) 131.7
12) 10.1
13) 10.1
15) 152.0
16) 202.6
21) 60.8
22) 29739.0
23) 40252.8
TOTAL761100.0
34) Month of which interview was encoded (MES05) (MONTH05)
TOTAL%
11) November 200420.3
12) December 200475999.7
TOTAL761100.0
35) Number of people who normally live in the house (PA1) (PEOPLHOU)
TOTAL%
1) 668.7
2) 18624.4
3) 12015.8
4) 10213.4
5) 11214.7
6) 7910.4
7) 344.5
8) 263.4
9) 141.8
10) 111.4
11) 40.5
12) 30.4
13) 10.1
15) 30.4
TOTAL761100.0
36) Sex (SEXO) (SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male32342.4
2) Female43857.6
TOTAL761100.0
37) Age of respondent (EDAD) (AGE)
TOTAL%
60) 607910.4
61) 61344.5
62) 62466.0
63) 63344.5
64) 64516.7
65) 65486.3
66) 66354.6
67) 67364.7
68) 68385.0
69) 69374.9
70) 70455.9
71) 71202.6
72) 72293.8
73) 73314.1
74) 74243.2
75) 75303.9
76) 76212.8
77) 77162.1
78) 78212.8
79) 79172.2
80) 80202.6
81) 8170.9
82) 8250.7
83) 8370.9
84) 84101.3
85) 8550.7
86) 8640.5
88) 8830.4
89) 8930.4
92) 9220.3
93) 9310.1
98) Does not know10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
38) Do you know how to read and write a message? (P3) (MESSAGE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52769.3
2) No23430.7
TOTAL761100.0
39) Have you ever attended school? (P4) (SCHOOL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes50466.2
2) No25533.5
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
40) Which was the last school grade you pass? Ask for grade in years and level. ___ year or grade. (P5_1) (LSTGRADE)
TOTAL%
1) Preschool or kindergarten5210.3
2) Elementary9218.2
3) Junior high14027.7
4) High school5510.9
5) Normal track education (school for teachers) with elementary school finished305.9
6) Normal track education (school for teachers) with junior high school finished13526.7
8) Technical or commercial career track with junior high school finished10.2
99) Does not answer10.2
Missing255 
TOTAL506100.0
41) Level [of education] (P5_2) (EDULEVEL)
TOTAL%
1) Pre-school or kindergarten91.8
2) Elementary40079.1
3) Junior high377.3
4) High school112.2
5) Normal (school for teachers) with complete elementary10.2
6) Normal (school for teachers) with complete secondary (middle school)61.2
7) Technical or business school with complete elementary51.0
8) Technical or business school with complete junior high122.4
9) Technical or business school with complete high school30.6
10) Professional (bachelor's degree)193.8
11) Graduate school10.2
98) Does not know10.2
99) Does not answer10.2
Missing255 
TOTAL506100.0
42) Do you speak any dialect or indigenous language? (P6) (DILANG)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11815.5
2) No63683.6
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL761100.0
43) At this moment are you…? (P7) (RELASTAT)
TOTAL%
1) Cohabitating455.9
2) Separated293.8
3) Divorced182.4
4) Widowed26635.0
5) Married only by civil law8411.0
6) Married only by religious law192.5
7) Married by both civil and religious law26735.1
8) Single303.9
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
44) Could you tell me which religion you belong to? (P8) (RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic66887.8
2) Other Christian church516.7
3) Other religion, not Christian162.1
4) Believer with no religion111.4
5) No religion141.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
45) Now let's talk about work. Last week… (P9) (WRKLSTWK)
TOTAL%
1) You worked last week14919.6
2) You didn't work, even though you had a job111.4
3) You looked for a job60.8
5) Stayed home full time17422.9
6) Retired or on a pension8110.6
7) Can't work because you have a permanent handicap30.4
8) Did not work33343.8
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
46) In addition to (information from WRKLSTWK), last week …? (P10) (OTHRWORK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply16021.0
1) Did you help on the family business?20.3
2) Did you sell clothes, cosmetics or food?30.4
3) Did you make products to sell as food, as handcraft or as clothes?20.3
4) Did you help to work in the agriculture or farming animals?81.1
5) Did you do other work in exchange for payment like washing, ironing or sewing clothes?30.4
6) You didn't work.58276.5
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
47) What was the principal occupation or profession you work last week? (P10A) (JOBMAIN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL761169.13370
48) Written capture of responses from JOBMAIN (AA02)
49) Are you mostly dedicated to your main job? (P11) (JOBTIME)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Permanently11815.5
2) For short periods of time (a seasonal job)587.6
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
50) For how long have you been dedicated to your job in the same place? Years (P12) (JOBLONG)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) 170.9
2) 260.8
3) 330.4
4) 430.4
5) 530.4
6) 640.5
7) 720.3
8) 840.5
9) 930.4
10) 10121.6
11) 1120.3
12) 1220.3
14) 1430.4
15) 1560.8
16) 1610.1
17) 1710.1
18) 1810.1
20) 20172.2
22) 2230.4
23) 2310.1
24) 2410.1
25) 2540.5
29) 2920.3
30) 30101.3
36) 3620.3
40) 4081.1
42) 4210.1
44) 4420.3
45) 4581.1
47) 4710.1
50) 50253.3
52) 5220.3
54) 5420.3
55) 5530.4
56) 5620.3
57) 5720.3
59) 5910.1
60) 6050.7
64) 6410.1
68) 6810.1
70) 7010.1
73) 7310.1
96) Less than a year50.7
98) Does not know20.3
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
51) In what type of institution or industry are you working? (P13) (JOBINST)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Public institution172.2
2) Private institution324.2
3) Informal Business.9112.0
4) Other385.0
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
52) And in your work, do you have a contract? (P14_1) (JOBCONT1)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71193.4
1) Yes, I have a contract91.2
2) No, I do not have a contract415.4
TOTAL761100.0
53) If the answer is 'Yes,' what type of contract? (P14_2) (JOBCONT2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75298.8
1) Permanent70.9
2) Conditional20.3
TOTAL761100.0
54) How many hours did you work last week in your main job? _____ Hours (P15) (JOBHOURS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
5) 530.4
6) 620.3
8) 881.1
9) 910.1
10) 1060.8
12) 1240.5
15) 1560.8
17) 1710.1
18) 1820.3
20) 2050.7
21) 2120.3
24) 2440.5
25) 2530.4
28) 2810.1
30) 3040.5
32) 3220.3
33) 3310.1
35) 3550.7
36) 3640.5
40) 40152.0
42) 4270.9
47) 4710.1
48) 48324.2
49) 4930.4
50) 5091.2
54) 5420.3
55) 5530.4
56) 5670.9
59) 5910.1
60) 6091.2
63) 6310.1
64) 6410.1
70) 7060.8
72) 7220.3
80) 8020.3
84) 8410.1
90) 9010.1
98) Does not know91.2
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
55) In your main job, do you: have paid vacations? (P16_1) (JOBPVACA)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Yes121.6
2) No16621.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
56) At your main job, do you: receive bonuses? (P16_2) (JOBBON)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Yes162.1
2) No16221.3
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
57) At your main job, do you: receive a portion of the profits? (P16_3) (JOBPROFI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Yes20.3
2) No17623.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
58) At your main job, do you: have medical services like IMSS, ISSSTE or other? (P16_4) (JOBMEDSV)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Yes172.2
2) No16121.2
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
59) At your main job, do you: have a retirement savings as SAR or AFORE? (P16_5) (JOBRETIR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) Yes131.7
2) No16521.7
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
60) In your main activity or job last week, were you…? (P17) (JOBDO)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply58276.5
1) An employee?233.0
2) A worker?60.8
3) A laborer?172.2
4) A field hand?253.3
5) An employer, a business associate (partner) or an employer who hires worker?91.2
6) An independent professional40.5
7) An employed worker who does not hire workers688.9
8) A piece worker (paid by the amount of work completed)?81.1
9) A worker without payment inside the family business or family field?152.0
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
61) Approximately how many workers does the company or where you work employ? (P18) (NUMWKRS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply65485.9
3) 3334.3
4) 460.8
5) 530.4
6) 630.4
8) 820.3
12) 1210.1
13) 1310.1
15) 1520.3
20) 2030.4
23) 2310.1
30) 3010.1
50) 5010.1
100) 10010.1
200) 20010.1
600) 60010.1
998) Does not know415.4
999) Does not answer40.5
1000) 100010.1
1500) 150010.1
TOTAL761100.0
62) In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or main activity? In pesos. (P19_1) (INCOME1)
TOTAL%
0) 66387.1
120) 12020.3
160) 16010.1
200) 20050.7
280) 28010.1
300) 30040.5
400) 40040.5
450) 45010.1
500) 50020.3
600) 60020.3
700) 70020.3
800) 80010.1
900) 90030.4
1000) 100050.7
1100) 110010.1
1200) 1200162.1
1300) 130020.3
1400) 140010.1
1500) 150030.4
1600) 160030.4
2000) 200081.1
2100) 210010.1
2200) 220010.1
2300) 230010.1
2400) 240030.4
2500) 250020.3
2800) 280010.1
3000) 300040.5
3200) 320010.1
3500) 350010.1
4000) 400030.4
4800) 480020.3
5000) 500030.4
6000) 600030.4
9000) 900010.1
9600) 960010.1
10000) 1000010.1
12000) 1200010.1
40000) 4000010.1
TOTAL761100.0
63) In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or activity (displaying card with income ranges)? (P19_2) (INCOME2)
TOTAL%
0) Don't receive any payment68590.0
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?81.1
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?192.5
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?162.1
4) Between one and two times the minimum wage? More than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos?40.5
5) Between two and four times the minimum wage? More than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos?40.5
6) Between four and eight times the minimum wage? More than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos?40.5
99) Does not answer212.8
TOTAL761100.0
64) Do you receive income from retirement or pension? (P20_1) (INCRETIR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16121.2
2) No59978.7
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
65) Do you receive income from family living in another country? (P20_2) (INCFHELP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes466.0
2) No71193.4
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
66) Do you receive income from rental income or income from bank interest? (P20_3) (INCRNTIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60.8
2) No75198.7
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
67) Do you receive income from PROCAMPO? (P20_4) (INCPROCA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes344.5
2) No72395.0
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
68) Do you receive income from OPORTUNIDADES, also known as PROGRESA? (P20_5) (INCOPORT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes668.7
2) No69090.7
9) Does not answer50.7
TOTAL761100.0
69) Do you receive income from scholarships or another kind of help from other institutions? (P20_6) (INCSCHIN)
TOTAL%
1) Yes101.3
2) No74798.2
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
70) Do you receive income from (others)? (P20_7) (INCOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71994.5
8) Support for seniors40.5
9) Pantry10.1
10) Help for families263.4
14) Diff10.1
16) Seniors program20.3
20) A note20.3
21) Lopez card workshop20.3
22) Manufacturer10.1
23) Help of friends10.1
24) Temporary disability10.1
25) Help from PRD10.1
TOTAL761100.0
71) Written answer for INCOTHER (AA03) (INCOTHAN)
72) Do you receive another type of income? (P20_8) (INC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71994.5
1) Yes425.5
TOTAL761100.0
73) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: retirement or pension? (P21_1) (INCAMTRP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply60078.8
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?172.2
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?101.3
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?131.7
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?8611.3
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?162.1
6) Between 4,800 and 9,600 pesos?131.7
99) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL761100.0
74) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from family living in another country? (P21_2) (INCAMTFM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71594.0
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?91.2
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?60.8
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?81.1
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?162.1
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?40.5
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
75) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: rental income or income from bank interest? (P21_3) (INCAMTRI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75599.2
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?10.1
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?10.1
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?30.4
7) Between 9,600 and 24,000 pesos?10.1
TOTAL761100.0
76) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from PROCAMPO? (P21_4) (INCAMTPC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply72795.5
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?172.2
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?50.7
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?40.5
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?30.4
6) Between 4,800 and 9,600 pesos?30.4
9) More than 48,000 pesos?10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
77) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: help from OPORTUNIDADES, also known as PROGRESA? (P21_5) (INCAMTOP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply69591.3
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?567.4
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?60.8
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?10.1
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
78) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: scholarship or another kind of help from other institutions? (P21_6) (INCAMTSI)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75198.7
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?20.3
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?50.7
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?20.3
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?10.1
TOTAL761100.0
79) What is your total monthly income from each of the following: (others)? (P21_7) (INCAMTOT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply71994.5
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?131.7
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?152.0
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?91.2
4) Between 1,200 and 2,400 pesos?30.4
5) Between 2,400 and 4,800 pesos?20.3
TOTAL761100.0
80) In total, what is your family monthly income, including every income for each person living in the house and for any other kind of income (social programs, help from family inside and outside the country, rental, retirement, etc.)? In pesos. (Open response) (P22_1) (INCTOTAL)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL7611409.6483205
81) In total, what is your family monthly income, including every income for each person living in the house and for any other kind of income (social programs, help from family inside and outside the country, rental, retirement, etc.)? (Showing the chart of total income) (P22_2) (INCTOTCT)
TOTAL%
0) No income39251.5
1) Between 1 and 400 pesos?212.8
2) Between 401 and 800 pesos?455.9
3) Between 801 and 1,200 pesos?445.8
4) Between one and two times the minimum wage? More than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos?668.7
5) Between two and four times the minimum wage? More than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos?283.7
6) Between four and eight times the minimum wage? More than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos?121.6
7) Between eight and 20 times the minimum wage? More than 9,600 and less than 24,000 pesos?30.4
8) Between 20 and 40 times the minimum wage? More than 24,000 and less than 48,000 pesos?10.1
98) Does not know10914.3
99) Does not answer405.3
TOTAL761100.0
82) What is the highest degree or level of school your father completed? (P23) (EDFATHER)
TOTAL%
1) No school37349.0
2) Incomplete elementary10213.4
3) Completed elementary587.6
4) Incomplete secondary (middle school)20.3
5) Completed Secondary and more202.6
8) Does not know14418.9
9) Does not answer628.1
TOTAL761100.0
83) What is the highest degree or level of school your mother completed? (P24) (EDMOTHER)
TOTAL%
1) No school40052.6
2) Incomplete elementary9812.9
3) Completed elementary618.0
4) Incomplete secondary (middle school)30.4
5) Completed secondary and more152.0
8) Does not know12316.2
9) Does not answer618.0
TOTAL761100.0
84) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Other (specify) (P25_1) (DISCOR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70792.9
8) Does not employ older people70.9
9) Does not provide board10.1
10) Separation from family20.3
11) Injustice20.3
12) Racism/racial differences81.1
13) Ignore20.3
14) Does not respect the rights of individuals30.4
15) Solitude10.1
16) Making fun of an older person10.1
17) Disrespect20.3
18) Crime20.3
19) Rejection70.9
20) Lack of education20.3
21) Waste the experience of older people10.1
22) Insecurity10.1
23) Skin color of people10.1
24) Criticize older people10.1
26) Marginalization10.1
27) Rebellion10.1
28) Low wages10.1
29) Religion10.1
31) Does not provide help20.3
32) Disabled10.1
33) Braziers10.1
34) Denigrate10.1
96) No other mention of the interviewee10.1
TOTAL761100.0
85) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination for variable DISCOR (AA04)
86) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Other (specify). Continued (P25_2) (DISCOR2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75398.9
9) Does not provide board10.1
17) Disrespect10.1
23) Skin color of people20.3
25) Illiteracy10.1
27) Rebellion10.1
30) Arrogance10.1
96) No other mention of the interviewee10.1
TOTAL761100.0
87) Written capture of ideas associated with discrimination for variable DISCOR2 (AA05)
88) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: treating people in a different way. (P25_3) (DISCDIFF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention27736.4
1) First mention21227.9
2) Second mention11214.7
98) Does not know15920.9
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
89) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: give differential treatment to the issues. (P25_4) (DISCISSU)
TOTAL%
0) No mention69691.5
1) First mention263.4
2) Second mention364.7
96) No other mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
90) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: give some negative treatment, maltreatment. (P25_5) (DISCNEGT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention58777.1
1) First mention759.9
2) Second mention9913.0
TOTAL761100.0
91) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: humiliation. (P25_6) (DISCHUM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54872.0
1) First mention9913.0
2) Second mention11214.7
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
92) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: not having money, solvency or social status. (P25_7) (DISCNOMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67588.7
1) First mention385.0
2) Second mention445.8
96) No other mention10.1
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
93) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: make less money than other people. (P25_8) (DISCLSMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54071.0
1) First mention9812.9
2) Second mention12316.2
TOTAL761100.0
94) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: isolation. (P25_9) (DISCISOL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71293.6
1) First mention192.5
2) Second mention172.2
96) No other mention60.8
99) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL761100.0
95) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: other. (P25_10) (DISCOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70792.9
1) First mention334.3
2) Second mention212.8
TOTAL761100.0
96) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with 'discrimination?' Order: other. (P25_11) (DISCOTH2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74597.9
2) Second mention81.1
96) No other mention81.1
TOTAL761100.0
97) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Other (specify) (P26_1) (DOLDERP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70192.1
12) Children abandoning their parents81.1
13) Attacks10.1
14) There goes the old saying / telling old10.1
15) Maltreatment70.9
16) Compassion10.1
17) Humiliation30.4
18) Disrespect152.0
19) Problems with people10.1
20) Do less for the elderly50.7
21) Age30.4
22) Despised50.7
23) Lack of understanding10.1
24) Being insulted20.3
25) Not allowed to express ideas10.1
26) Abuse10.1
27) Rejection20.3
28) Not able to do anything10.1
29) Bad physical appearance10.1
30) Discriminate religion10.1
TOTAL761100.0
98) Written capture for the variable DOLDERP (AA06)
99) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Other (specify). Continued (P26_2) (DOLDERP2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75198.7
12) Children abandoning their parents20.3
14) There goes the old saying / telling old10.1
15) Maltreatment10.1
18) Disrespect10.1
23) Lack of understanding20.3
27) Rejection10.1
96) No other mention of respondent20.3
TOTAL761100.0
100) Written capture for the variable DOLDERP2 (AA07) (AA07)
101) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: special treatment. (P26_3) (DOLDSPTR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention54371.4
1) First mention526.8
2) Second mention182.4
98) Does not know14418.9
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
102) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: ignoring older people. (P26_4) (DOLDIGNR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention47262.0
1) First mention18924.8
2) Second mention9812.9
96) No other mention by respondent20.3
TOTAL761100.0
103) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: inequality. (P26_5) (DOLDINEQ)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60779.8
1) First mention8210.8
2) Second mention699.1
96) No other mention by respondent20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
104) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: deny rights to older people. (P26_6) (DOLDDENY)
TOTAL%
0) No mention65886.5
1) First mention466.0
2) Second mention557.2
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
105) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: poverty. (P26_7) (DOLDPOVE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67688.8
1) First mention435.7
2) Second mention425.5
TOTAL761100.0
106) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: struggle/sickness. (P26_8) (DOLDSTRG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70792.9
1) First mention162.1
2) Second mention364.7
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
107) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: neglect. (P26_9) (DOLDNEGL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention61680.9
1) First mention537.0
2) Second mention9112.0
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
108) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: being excluded from work because of old age. (P26_10) (DOLDEXCL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention63583.4
1) First mention486.3
2) Second mention7710.1
96) No other mention by respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
109) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: receive less pay because of old age. (P26_11) (DOLDLSMN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71994.5
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention263.4
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
110) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: other. (P26_14) (DOLDOTR1)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74297.5
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention131.7
TOTAL761100.0
111) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: other (continued). (P26_15) (DOLDOTR2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70192.1
1) First mention182.4
2) Second mention334.3
96) No other mention by the respondent60.8
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
112) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: hit. (P26_12) (DOLDHIT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70192.1
1) First mention455.9
2) Second mention152.0
TOTAL761100.0
113) Could you tell me two ideas you connect with discrimination against older people? Order: no tolerance because of lack of agility. (P26_13) (DOLDINTL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74197.4
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention91.2
96) No other mention by the respondent101.3
TOTAL761100.0
114) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most older people are respected: to have a good place to live? (P27_1) (RGHTLIVE)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected10613.9
2) Enough16822.1
3) Somewhat respected34645.5
4) Not respected12616.6
8) Does not know152.0
TOTAL761100.0
115) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most older people are respected: to have equality under the law? (P27_2) (RGHTSLAW)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected10013.1
2) Enough17823.4
3) Somewhat respected34144.8
4) Not respected11715.4
8) Does not know253.3
TOTAL761100.0
116) From what you have observed, how much do you think the following rights of most older people are respected: right to be healthy? (P27_3) (RGHTHLTH)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected11615.2
2) Enough20526.9
3) Somewhat respected33243.6
4) Not respected9812.9
8) Does not know91.2
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
117) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: the right to health and a balanced diet? (P28_1) (RGHTDIET)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected9312.2
2) Enough19725.9
3) Somewhat respected36848.4
4) Not respected9112.0
8) Does not know111.4
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
118) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: the right to a fair income according to the job? (P28_2) (RGHTINCM)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected577.5
2) Enough9812.9
3) Somewhat respected29939.3
4) Not respected28537.5
8) Does not know212.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
119) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: the right to express your own opinions? (P28_3) (RGHTOPIN)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected9112.0
2) Enough16221.3
3) Somewhat respected34545.3
4) Not respected14719.3
8) Does not know152.0
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
120) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: the right to social security? (P29_1) (RGHTSSEC)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected8711.4
2) Enough16521.7
3) Somewhat respected33644.2
4) Not respected15119.8
8) Does not know222.9
TOTAL761100.0
121) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: the right to have a dignified old age? (P29_2) (RGHTDIGN)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected9212.1
2) Enough13818.1
3) Somewhat respected33544.0
4) Not respected18023.7
8) Does not know162.1
TOTAL761100.0
122) And regarding the following rights, to what extent is this right respected: not being victims of violent acts? (P29_3) (RGHTVIOL)
TOTAL%
1) Very respected9212.1
2) Enough16321.4
3) Somewhat respected32242.3
4) Not respected16221.3
8) Does not know222.9
TOTAL761100.0
123) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to a physical freedom (no slavery). (P30_1) (CIVRTSLV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention55572.9
1) First mention658.5
2) Second mention182.4
3) Third mention131.7
6) All are equally important7910.4
7) None of these are important10.1
8) Does not know273.5
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
124) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to go and stay in any place you want. (P30_2) (CIVRTGO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71994.5
1) First mention212.8
2) Second mention101.3
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL761100.0
125) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to freedom of speech. (P30_3) (CIVRTSPE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60980.0
1) First mention9011.8
2) Second mention395.1
3) Third mention233.0
TOTAL761100.0
126) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to freedom of thought. (P30_4) (CIVRTTHT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention61280.4
1) First mention709.2
2) Second mention506.6
3) Third mention293.8
TOTAL761100.0
127) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to religious freedom. (P30_5) (CIVRTREL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60879.9
1) First mention668.7
2) Second mention526.8
3) Third mention354.6
TOTAL761100.0
128) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to ownership of land. (P30_6) (CIVRTLND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67488.6
1) First mention354.6
2) Second mention263.4
3) Third mention263.4
TOTAL761100.0
129) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to justice and equality before the law. (P30_7) (CIVRTJST)
TOTAL%
0) No mention55372.7
1) First mention668.7
2) Second mention709.2
3) Third mention729.5
TOTAL761100.0
130) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to not being tortured. (P30_8) (CIVRTTRT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72395.0
1) First mention131.7
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention141.8
TOTAL761100.0
131) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to the freedom of political beliefs (P30_9) (POLRTBLF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71794.2
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention273.5
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL761100.0
132) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to vote. (P30_10) (POLRTVOT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67388.4
1) First mention152.0
2) Second mention506.6
3) Third mention233.0
TOTAL761100.0
133) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to be a candidate. (P30_11) (POLRTCND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74297.5
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention70.9
TOTAL761100.0
134) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to be a part of any association. (P30_12) (POLRTASC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73696.7
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention192.5
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
135) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to a good education. (P30_13) (SOCRTSCH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71794.2
1) First mention50.7
2) Second mention172.2
3) Third mention222.9
TOTAL761100.0
136) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to health protection. (P30_14) (SOCRTHLP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention50966.9
1) First mention729.5
2) Second mention8010.5
3) Third mention10013.1
TOTAL761100.0
137) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to decide when to have children and how many children to have. (P30_15) (SOCRTCHL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71293.6
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention283.7
TOTAL761100.0
138) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to social security. (P30_16) (SOCRTSSC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention66387.1
1) First mention212.8
2) Second mention364.7
3) Third mention415.4
TOTAL761100.0
139) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to have dignified work and good pay. (P30_17) (SOCRTWKP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60779.8
1) First mention293.8
2) Second mention466.0
3) Third mention7910.4
TOTAL761100.0
140) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to a beneficial environment. (P30_18) (SOCRTENV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73596.6
1) First mention50.7
2) Second mention81.1
3) Third mention131.7
TOTAL761100.0
141) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to good housing. (P30_19) (SOCRTHOU)
TOTAL%
0) No mention64084.1
1) First mention293.8
2) Second mention425.5
3) Third mention506.6
TOTAL761100.0
142) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to practice any work or profession. (P30_20) (SOCRTPRF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73496.5
1) First mention70.9
2) Second mention40.5
3) Third mention162.1
TOTAL761100.0
143) From the following list of rights, which three are the most important to be respected for older people? Order: right to not be disturbed in your house. (P30_21) (SOCRTDIS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention68089.4
1) First mention243.2
2) Second mention222.9
3) Third mention354.6
TOTAL761100.0
144) What do you think is the best way to run the retirement pension system? (P31) (RETPENSN)
TOTAL%
1) Every elderly person has the right to a pension just because they are old61080.2
2) Only the people that contribute to the pension have the right11915.6
3) Depends162.1
8) Does not know152.0
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
145) In your opinion, is there or is there not discrimination against older people in Mexico? (P32) (ELDRDISC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, there is65185.5
2) No, there is not587.6
3) In part233.0
8) Does not know233.0
9) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL761100.0
146) From the following list of behaviors, which ones do you consider discriminatory and which ones do you not consider discriminatory? Order: deny employment to elderly because they are less productive. (P33_1) (DISCEMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes67488.6
2) No607.9
3) Depends111.4
8) Does not know162.1
TOTAL761100.0
147) From the following list of behaviors, which ones do you consider discriminatory and which ones do you not consider discriminatory? Order: lower wages for the elderly for the same work. (P33_2) (DISCWAGE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes65185.5
2) No8711.4
3) Depends60.8
8) Does not know172.2
TOTAL761100.0
148) From the following list of behaviors, which ones do you consider discriminatory and which ones do you not consider discriminatory? Order: denying employment to the elderly because they lack knowledge about new technology. (P33_3) (DISCTECH)
TOTAL%
1) Yes63283.0
2) No9112.0
3) Depends182.4
8) Does not know202.6
TOTAL761100.0
149) From the following list of behaviors, which ones do you consider discriminatory and which ones do you not consider discriminatory? Order: nowadays, every employer needs to contribute monthly to their own retirement pension. (P33_4) (DISCPENS)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39251.5
2) No32542.7
3) Depends131.7
8) Does not know303.9
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
150) From the following groups of people, to whom do you feel you most belong? (P34) (GROUPIDW)
TOTAL%
1) The Latin-American community91.2
2) The Mexican community42255.5
3) Name of region where the respondent resides12716.7
4) The elderly community9812.9
5) Religious community8711.4
6) Mayas10.1
7) Tepetixtla20.3
97) All10.1
98) Does not know141.8
TOTAL761100.0
151) Written capture for the variable GROUPID (AA08)
152) What do you think society should do to stop discrimination against the elderly? (P35) (STOPDSC)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76136.99238
153) What do you think society should do to stop discrimination against the elderly? Continued. (P35_1) (STOPDSC1)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply68089.4
1) Form new laws / protection law10.1
2) Government support30.4
3) Create adult care centers / major20.3
4) Respect111.4
5) Support with food20.3
7) Give jobs / give work / have more work30.4
8) Support50.7
9) Teach people40.5
10) Help with pensions10.1
11) Equal treatment / same treatment as anyone20.3
12) Greater culture30.4
13) Attention in health services10.1
14) Respect rights20.3
16) Create an institution to fight for their rights10.1
17) More consideration to the elderly20.3
19) Tolerance / tolerate adults10.1
20) Level salaries / wages10.1
21) Give more attention40.5
22) Be more conscious60.8
23) More people living with seniors10.1
24) Foster moral values10.1
26) Wider opportunities10.1
29) Understand20.3
30) Punish those who discriminate20.3
32) Provide financial aid50.7
33) Best deal50.7
35) Give medicines10.1
36) Provide information10.1
37) Institution to aid elderly10.1
38) Equal rights10.1
47) Choose the best authorities10.1
54) Valuing10.1
57) Respect their decisions10.1
63) Give housing10.1
65) Have more religions10.1
TOTAL761100.0
154) What do you think society should do to stop discrimination against the elderly? Continued (more). (P35_2) (STOPDSC2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75999.7
7) Give jobs / give work / have more work10.1
29) Understand10.1
TOTAL761100.0
155) Written capture for the variable STOPDSC (AA09)
156) It's very common that in Mexico the elderly get less payment for their job. In your opinion, why does this happen? (Open response) (P36) (WHYPYLSS)
TOTAL%
1) Because the elderly work less than others17422.9
2) Because of the lack of human sensibility11815.5
3) Because the rest of the people have a family to support192.5
4) Because the rest of the people work better233.0
5) Because people like me (the elderly) have some limitations8611.3
6) Ignorance from bosses or employers455.9
7) Because people underestimate our potential8411.0
8) Because elderly has less responsibilities111.4
9) Because people think we're useless11214.7
10) Lack of government support70.9
11) No protest30.4
12) Take advantage of elderly30.4
13) Does not value the work of the greatest20.3
14) There is no law to protect elderly20.3
15) Discrimination91.2
16) Lack of knowledge20.3
17) By studies60.8
18) Patterns are thieves20.3
19) Work slower50.7
20) Older people can no longer work40.5
21) Do not respect rights10.1
22) Not equal10.1
98) Does not know425.5
TOTAL761100.0
157) Written capture for the variable WHYPYLSS (AA10)
158) For an elderly person, what are the chances of improving their way of life? (Reading options a, b, c and d) (P37) (ELDIMPRV)
TOTAL%
1) A) Many possibilities?10413.7
2) B) Some possibilities?699.1
3) C) Few possibilities?43957.7
4) D) No possibilities?12917.0
5) Regular (specify)111.4
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
159) How much justification is there for an elderly person to do the following to bring food to their children? Order: theft. (P38_1) (FOODTHFT)
TOTAL%
1) A lot283.7
2) Enough202.6
3) A little9011.8
4) None61981.3
8) Does not know20.3
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
160) How much justification is there for an elderly person to do the following to bring food to their children? Order: begging. (P38_2) (FOODBEG)
TOTAL%
1) A lot587.6
2) Enough8611.3
3) A little20727.2
4) None40353.0
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
161) How much justification is there for an elderly person to do the following to bring food to their children? Order: corruption. (P38_3) (FOODCORR)
TOTAL%
1) A lot141.8
2) Enough141.8
3) A little628.1
4) None65986.6
8) Does not know91.2
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
162) Who do you think is the main enemy of the elderly? (P39) (ENEMYELD)
TOTAL%
1) The non-elderly8811.6
2) The government26434.7
3) Society29839.2
4) Other elderly people324.2
5) The rich10.1
6) Family50.7
7) Poverty20.3
8) Lack of culture10.1
9) Time10.1
10) Ignorance10.1
11) Young30.4
96) All are enemies of the elderly162.1
97) None of them344.5
98) Does not know141.8
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
163) Written capture of the variable ENEMYELD (AA11)
164) Who holds more responsibility for the problems related to discrimination against the elderly (Reading options A, B, C and D) (P40) (RESPDISC)
TOTAL%
1) A) The entire society25233.1
2) B) Government36748.2
3) C) The rest of the people466.0
4) D) Some of the elderly334.3
5) The young20.3
6) The rich20.3
7) Family70.9
8) Human rights10.1
9) Employers10.1
97) All are responsible303.9
98) Does not know192.5
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
165) Written capture for the variable RESPDISC (AA12)
166) What are the main problems an elderly person has to overcome? (P41_1) (PRBLMELD)
TOTAL%
1) Lack of employment for the elderly28337.2
2) Lack of education10814.2
3) Discrimination9011.8
4) Wishing to have the elderly at home162.1
5) Physical limitations due to age18223.9
6) Lack of appropriate skills415.4
7) Illness70.9
8) Envy10.1
9) Problems with family20.3
10) Lack of medical care20.3
11) Negative attitude10.1
12) Poverty20.3
13) Lack of governmental financial support10.1
14) Money30.4
97) None30.4
98) Does not know182.4
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
167) Written capture for the variable PRBLMELD (AA13)
168) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: (other)? (P42_1) (DSC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply74698.0
13) Lack of study / major studies have not been done50.7
14) Lack of respect / are not respected81.1
15) Because of the rich20.3
TOTAL761100.0
169) Written capture for the variable DSC (AA14)
170) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: it is God's will? (P42_2) (DSCGOD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67588.7
1) First mention405.3
2) Second mention222.9
98) Does not know222.9
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
171) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: discrimination will always exist? (P42_3) (DSCAEXST)
TOTAL%
0) No mention63883.8
1) First mention688.9
2) Second mention547.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
172) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: no institution will help them? (P42_4) (DSCNHLP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention58476.7
1) First mention8911.7
2) Second mention8711.4
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
173) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: they have bad luck? (P42_5) (DSCBDLK)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72895.7
1) First mention192.5
2) Second mention141.8
TOTAL761100.0
174) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: they don't work enough? (P42_6) (DSCNWRK)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70792.9
1) First mention243.2
2) Second mention303.9
TOTAL761100.0
175) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: the government doesn't do anything about it? (P42_7) (DSCGOVTN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention45860.2
1) First mention16021.0
2) Second mention14218.7
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
176) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: society is unfair? (P42_8) (DSCSOCUF)
TOTAL%
0) No mention53670.4
1) First mention11114.6
2) Second mention11314.8
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
177) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: the elderly don't help each other? (P42_9) (DSCELDNH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71994.5
1) First mention212.8
2) Second mention212.8
TOTAL761100.0
178) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: there are fewer elderly people than young people? (P42_10) (DSCFEWEL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72294.9
1) First mention131.7
2) Second mention263.4
TOTAL761100.0
179) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: society lacks culture and is ignorant? (P42_11) (DSCSOCIG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention48263.3
1) First mention13017.1
2) Second mention14919.6
TOTAL761100.0
180) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: the elderly violate social norms? (P42_12) (DSCBNORM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73296.2
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention162.1
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
181) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: (other)? (P42_14) (DSCOTHER)
TOTAL%
0) No mention66887.8
1) First mention395.1
2) Second mention486.3
96) No other mention of the respondent60.8
TOTAL761100.0
182) In your opinion, discrimination against the elderly exists because: children are ungrateful? (P42_13) (DSCCHUNG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74698.0
1) First mention121.6
2) Second mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
183) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: (other) (43_1) (MNEX)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply74898.3
10) Help from domestic service10.1
11) Phone91.2
12) Tax10.1
13) Cleaners10.1
14) Death10.1
TOTAL761100.0
184) Written capture for the variable MNEX (AA15)
185) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: entertainment (P43_2) (MNEXENT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72995.8
1) First mention81.1
2) Second mention121.6
98) Does not know101.3
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
186) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: schooling (P43_3) (MNEXSCHL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70292.2
1) First mention324.2
2) Second mention273.5
TOTAL761100.0
187) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: utilities (electricity, water, gas) (P43_4) (MNEXUTIL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention34545.3
1) First mention25233.1
2) Second mention16421.6
TOTAL761100.0
188) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: clothing (P43_5) (MNEXCLTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention57275.2
1) First mention8210.8
2) Second mention10213.4
96) No other mention of the respondent50.7
TOTAL761100.0
189) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: housing (rent, mortgage, property tax) (P43_6) (MNEXHOUS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52969.5
1) First mention11114.6
2) Second mention12115.9
TOTAL761100.0
190) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: transportation (P43_7) (MNEXTRNS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73095.9
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention212.8
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
191) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: drugs and health services (P43_8) (MNEXDRUG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention25733.8
1) First mention24131.7
2) Second mention26334.6
TOTAL761100.0
192) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: furniture and fixtures (P43_9) (MNEXFURN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74798.2
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention70.9
96) No other mention of the respondent30.4
TOTAL761100.0
193) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: debt (P43_10) (MNEXDEBT)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74197.4
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention111.4
96) No other mention of the respondent50.7
TOTAL761100.0
194) Besides food, when money isn't enough, what are the main expenses for an elderly person like you? Order: others (P43_11) (MNEXOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74898.3
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention70.9
TOTAL761100.0
195) What are the two basic needs one must cover in order to have a good life? First basic need. (44_1) (BASNEED1)
TOTAL%
1) Physical health15620.5
2) Work activity11314.8
3) Have a relief fund for the elderly50.7
4) Create entertainment centers for the elderly20.3
5) Access to health services202.6
6) Decent income81.1
7) Study50.7
8) Power19725.9
9) House486.3
10) To get paid for job60.8
11) Government support81.1
12) Pantry20.3
13) Family30.4
14) Peace10.1
16) That they have a business20.3
17) To pay for clothes131.7
18) Water and light10.1
19) Money445.8
20) Savings30.4
21) Medicines354.6
22) Education70.9
24) Legalization of land10.1
25) Rights are respected10.1
26) Utilities162.1
27) Board60.8
29) Health of my family20.3
30) Transport10.1
31) Responsibility10.1
32) Security10.1
33) Sale of maize10.1
35) Love20.3
38) Does not pay taxes20.3
39) Care of my kids10.1
40) Closer to God20.3
42) Understanding10.1
45) Have company10.1
46) Personal hygiene10.1
98) Does not know395.1
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
196) Written response for BASNEED1 (AA16)
197) What are the two basic needs one must cover in order to have a good life? Second basic need. (44_2) (BASNEED2)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply557.2
1) Physical health16822.1
2) Work activity7610.0
3) Have a relief fund for the elderly30.4
4) Create entertainment centers for the elderly30.4
5) Access to health services263.4
6) Decent income91.2
7) Study81.1
8) Power10914.3
9) House7910.4
10) To get paid for job30.4
11) Government support40.5
12) Pantry20.3
13) Family111.4
14) Peace10.1
15) Love10.1
16) Have a business20.3
17) To pay for clothes273.5
18) Water and electricity30.4
19) Money445.8
20) Savings10.1
21) Medicines445.8
22) Education101.3
24) Legalization of land10.1
25) Rights are respected30.4
26) Utilities212.8
27) Board30.4
28) Fend for oneself30.4
30) Transport91.2
31) Responsibility10.1
32) Security10.1
34) Win40.5
35) Love20.3
36) Patience10.1
37) Bring up their children10.1
38) Does not pay taxes10.1
39) Care of my kids10.1
40) Closer to God10.1
41) Not be excluded from public places20.3
43) Tolerance10.1
44) Quiet30.4
47) Institutions that help10.1
96) No other mention of the interviewee60.8
99) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL761100.0
198) Written response for BASNEED2 (AA17)
199) What would you say is the greatest suffering of the elderly? (P45) (GSUFFELD)
TOTAL%
1) Lack of work18924.8
2) Discrimination759.9
3) Violence in the family283.7
4) Lack of money, poverty21628.4
5) Children problems243.2
6) Abandonment of the family13818.1
7) Lack of housing314.1
8) Diseases364.7
9) Not fend for themselves70.9
10) Feeding10.1
97) All20.3
98) Does not know131.7
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
200) Written capture for GSUFFELD (AA18)
201) From these government actions to help aid the elderly suffering from discrimination, which one is the most helpful? (P46) (GOVACTIO)
TOTAL%
1) Provide economic support29138.2
2) Looking for housing for elderly8911.7
3) Provide employment to elderly19125.1
4) Provide justice when the elderly file a claim516.7
5) Provide good health care programs13017.1
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
202) What is the most important reason for an old person to succeed? (P47) (SUCCEELD)
TOTAL%
1) Family support19325.4
2) Personal effort9512.5
3) Spouse and children's support455.9
4) Government support19826.0
5) Another institutions support273.5
7) Society support192.5
8) Having employment7610.0
9) Having good health8010.5
10) Having ways to get food152.0
11) Economic support10.1
12) To have a profession20.3
13) Administered well10.1
14) Have no vices10.1
17) Understanding10.1
18) Does not feel discriminated10.1
19) Fend for oneself10.1
98) Does not know50.7
TOTAL761100.0
203) Written capture for SUCCEELD (AA19)
204) Who do you think must help the elderly get jobs? (P48) (HLPELDJB)
TOTAL%
1) Family14218.7
2) Government49965.6
3) Institution of work10.1
4) Neighbors / friends50.7
5) Society50.7
7) Businesses50.7
96) Everyone (specify)466.0
97) Nobody (specify)466.0
98) Does not know121.6
TOTAL761100.0
205) Written capture of the variable HLPELDJB (AA20)
206) In your opinion, what is important to stop discrimination against the elderly? (P49) (STOPDISC)
TOTAL%
1) More culture and information18724.6
2) More money for government campaigns506.6
3) Better government policies8210.8
4) Better education8711.4
5) Support provided by the government17523.0
6) More solidarity445.8
7) More employment7810.2
8) Better behavior by the elderly (i.e., stop violating social norms).70.9
9) Better deal10.1
11) A law that protects10.1
12) Respect from society40.5
13) Family members tried to help20.3
14) Equal50.7
15) Respect their rights40.5
16) Having respected authorities10.1
17) Unity of society20.3
18) Change of president10.1
98) Does not know303.9
TOTAL761100.0
207) Written capture for the variable STOPDISC (AA21)
208) After your 60th birthday, have you ever felt disrespected? (P50) (RESPAF60)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27536.1
2) No48063.1
9) Does not answer60.8
TOTAL761100.0
209) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to physical freedom (no slavery)? (P50_1A) (NRSPSLV)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48663.9
1) Yes344.5
2) No23931.4
97) No other mention of the respondent20.3
TOTAL761100.0
210) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to go and stay in any place you want to? (P50_1B) (NRSPGOST)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes344.5
2) No23931.4
TOTAL761100.0
211) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to freedom of speech? (P50_1C) (NRSPFRSP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes597.8
2) No21428.1
TOTAL761100.0
212) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to freedom of thought? (P50_1D) (NRSPFTTH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes445.8
2) No22930.1
TOTAL761100.0
213) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to religious freedom? (P50_1E) (NRSPRELF)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes334.3
2) No24031.5
TOTAL761100.0
214) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to ownership of land? (P50_1F) (NRSPOWNL)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes486.3
2) No22529.6
TOTAL761100.0
215) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to justice and equality before the law? (P50_1G) (NRSPJUST)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes9112.0
2) No18223.9
TOTAL761100.0
216) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to not being tortured? (P50_1H) (NRSPNTRT)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes233.0
2) No25032.9
TOTAL761100.0
217) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to free political beliefs? (P50_1I) (NRSPPOLB)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes233.0
2) No25032.9
TOTAL761100.0
218) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to vote? (P50_1J) (NRSPVOTE)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes273.5
2) No24632.3
TOTAL761100.0
219) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to be a candidate? (P50_1K) (NRSPCAND)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes172.2
2) No25633.6
TOTAL761100.0
220) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to be part of any association? (P50_1L) (NRSPASSC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes233.0
2) No25032.9
TOTAL761100.0
221) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to good schooling? (P50_1M) (NRSPSCHL)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes303.9
2) No24331.9
TOTAL761100.0
222) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to health protection? (P50_1N) (NRSPHLTH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes11014.5
2) No16321.4
TOTAL761100.0
223) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to decide when to have children and how many children to have? (P50_1O) (NRSPCHLD)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes172.2
2) No25633.6
TOTAL761100.0
224) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to social security? (P50_1P) (NRSPSSEC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes587.6
2) No21528.3
TOTAL761100.0
225) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to have dignified work and good pay? (P50_1Q) (NRSPWKPY)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes8811.6
2) No18524.3
TOTAL761100.0
226) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to a beneficial environment? (P50_1R) (NRSPBENV)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes253.3
2) No24832.6
TOTAL761100.0
227) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to good housing? (P50_1S) (NRSPHOUS)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes759.9
2) No19826.0
TOTAL761100.0
228) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right to practice any work or profession? (P50_1T) (NRSPWKPF)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes263.4
2) No24732.5
TOTAL761100.0
229) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: right not to be disturbed in your house? (P50_1U) (NRSPNDST)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply48864.1
1) Yes354.6
2) No23831.3
TOTAL761100.0
230) (If respondent says 'Yes' to feeling disrespected) Which rights have not been respected: (other)? (P50_1V) (NRSPOTHR)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75398.9
29) Community rejection10.1
31) Well-paid pension rights30.4
32) Right financial aid10.1
36) Right to social assistance10.1
38) Right of opinion10.1
39) Right to receive public services10.1
TOTAL761100.0
231) Written capture for the variable NRSPOTHR (AA22)
232) Using a scale 0-10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much discrimination do the elderly face in the following places or situations: with family? (P51_1) (DSCFAMLY)
TOTAL%
1) 1303.9
2) 2263.4
3) 3253.3
4) 4334.3
5) 58811.6
6) 6425.5
7) 7435.7
8) 8628.1
9) 9263.4
10) 10709.2
96) No discrimination28737.7
98) Does not know283.7
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
233) Using a scale 0-10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much discrimination do the elderly face in the following places or situations: public hospitals? (P51_2) (DSCHOSPT)
TOTAL%
1) 191.2
2) 2314.1
3) 3283.7
4) 4283.7
5) 511515.1
6) 6668.7
7) 7597.8
8) 87910.4
9) 9445.8
10) 109812.9
96) No discrimination17022.3
98) Does not know324.2
99) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
234) Using a scale 0-10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much discrimination do the elderly face in the following places or situations: in school? (P51_3) (DSCSCHOL)
TOTAL%
1) 1141.8
2) 2283.7
3) 3253.3
4) 4182.4
5) 59412.4
6) 6385.0
7) 7283.7
8) 8577.5
9) 9202.6
10) 10557.2
96) No discrimination28337.2
98) Does not know9712.7
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
235) Using a scale 0-10, where 0 is no discrimination and 10 is a lot of discrimination, how much discrimination do the elderly face in the following places or situations: at work? (P51_4) (DSCWORK)
TOTAL%
1) 1141.8
2) 2162.1
3) 3131.7
4) 4111.4
5) 5729.5
6) 6324.2
7) 7385.0
8) 810013.1
9) 9547.1
10) 1020927.5
96) No discrimination14719.3
98) Does not know526.8
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
236) In the last year, have you been subject to a discriminatory act for being an elderly person? (P52_1) (DACT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes18223.9
2) No57275.2
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL761100.0
237) (If 'Yes' to experiencing discriminatory act) At that time, did you try to stop the discriminatory action? (P52_2) (DACTSTOP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply57976.1
1) Yes597.8
2) No12115.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
238) (If 'Yes' to stopping discriminatory act) What did you do? (P52_3) (DACTRESP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70292.2
1) File a formal (written) complaint101.3
2) Complain to the authorities162.1
3) Express my feelings to vent my frustrations334.3
TOTAL761100.0
239) Have you been excluded from any activity for being an old person? (P53_1) (EXCLACTE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8511.2
2) No66086.7
9) Does not answer162.1
TOTAL761100.0
240) (If 'Yes' to being excluded from an activity) Which activity? (P53_2) (EXCLACTW)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply67688.8
1) Job557.2
2) Family travel10.1
3) Ticketing10.1
4) Public transport10.1
5) A dance10.1
6) In decisions about my belongings10.1
7) Tortibonos program10.1
8) Was not invited to live with family50.7
9) Social security20.3
10) School20.3
11) Community meetings10.1
12) Group of friends10.1
13) Food aid10.1
14) To assert their rights10.1
15) Game30.4
16) Society10.1
17) Kitchen10.1
98) Does not know10.1
99) Does not answer50.7
TOTAL761100.0
241) Written capture for the variable EXCLACTW (AA23)
242) True or false: 'Sometimes I feel excluded from society?' (P54) (EXCLSOCI)
TOTAL%
1) Completely true486.3
2) True25833.9
3) False27536.1
4) Completely false8711.4
5) Neither true nor false668.7
8) Does not know273.5
TOTAL761100.0
243) Agree or disagree: 'I don't feel capable of any important role in society?' (P55) (ROLESOCI)
TOTAL%
1) Agree13617.9
2) Partially agree12917.0
3) Partially disagree10714.1
4) Disagree32342.4
5) Neither agree nor disagree445.8
8) Does not know212.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
244) Do you think discrimination against the elderly is the worst kind of discrimination or worse than many other kinds of discrimination? (P56) (DISCWORS)
TOTAL%
1) The worst kind32943.2
2) Worse than many kinds19826.0
3) Equally wrong20526.9
8) Does not know273.5
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
245) Do you think the elderly have more or less access to health care than the rest of the people? (P57) (ACCHLTHC)
TOTAL%
1) More access13217.3
2) Less access43056.5
3) Equal access18624.4
8) Does not know131.7
TOTAL761100.0
246) Do you think the elderly have more or less opportunity to get a job than the rest of the people? (P58) (OPPJOB)
TOTAL%
1) More chance283.7
2) Less chance68089.4
3) Equal chance435.7
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
247) Using a scale between 0 and 10, where 0 is no freedom and 10 is total freedom, how much freedom do the elderly have to make their own decisions? (P59_1) (FREEELD)
TOTAL%
0) 0445.8
1) 181.1
2) 2273.5
3) 3222.9
4) 4395.1
5) 512115.9
6) 6688.9
7) 7648.4
8) 810413.7
9) 9354.6
10) 1020827.3
98) Does not know212.8
TOTAL761100.0
248) Using a scale between 0-10, where 0 means no freedom and 10 total freedom, how much freedom do young people have to make their own decisions? (P59_2) (FREEYOUN)
TOTAL%
0) 0162.1
1) 130.4
2) 291.2
3) 320.3
4) 460.8
5) 5526.8
6) 6233.0
7) 7324.2
8) 89312.2
9) 97710.1
10) 1043256.8
98) Does not know162.1
TOTAL761100.0
249) Which of the next situations have you experienced in your family: excluded from particular conversations because of your age? (P60_1) (EXPEXCLU)
TOTAL%
1) Yes15920.9
2) No58977.4
3) Not applicable81.1
8) Does not know40.5
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
250) Which of the next situations have you experienced in your family: put you to work against your will? (P60_2) (EXPWRKAW)
TOTAL%
1) Yes526.8
2) No69891.7
3) Not applicable81.1
8) Does not know30.4
TOTAL761100.0
251) Which of the next situations have you experienced in your family: put you in charge of the house chores? (P60_3) (EXPCHORE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14018.4
2) No60779.8
3) Not applicable101.3
8) Does not know40.5
TOTAL761100.0
252) Which of the next situations have you experienced in your family: have less freedom than the rest of the family members? (P60_4) (EXPLFREE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13918.3
2) No60879.9
3) Not applicable81.1
8) Does not know50.7
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
253) (If respondent answers 'Yes' to any question in EXPEXCLU through EXPLFREE) Why do you think this happened? (P61) (EXPWHY)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply50766.6
1) Economical reasons (I don't contribute to the family budget)506.6
2) It's a tradition, my family thinks that way749.7
3) From family values354.6
4) It's the way family is supposed to be253.3
5) To keep me busy172.2
6) Limited mobility30.4
7) Lives alone20.3
8) Caring for grandchildren when the children work10.1
9) Because of age81.1
10) Voluntarily10.1
11) Lack of time10.1
12) Culture10.1
13) Widower10.1
14) Children ungrateful70.9
15) Too long / long time10.1
16) Health10.1
17) Opinion does not count20.3
18) They have no children10.1
98) Does not know202.6
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
254) Written capture for the variable EXPWHY (AA24)
255) Families may treat elderly people differently than the rest of the family. Why do you think these differences occur? It's tradition, reality, the way it is? (P62_1) (DIFFWHY1)
TOTAL%
0) No mention53970.8
1) Yes, it's tradition, reality, the way it is17222.6
98) Does not know476.2
99) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
256) Families may treat elderly people differently than the rest of the family. Why do you think these differences occur? Because the other members must support the family? (P62_2) (DIFFWHY2)
TOTAL%
0) No mention67288.3
2) Yes, because the other members must support the family8911.7
TOTAL761100.0
257) Families may treat elderly people differently than the rest of the family. Why do you think these differences occur? Because the elderly deserve respect from all family members? (P62_3) (DIFFWHY3)
TOTAL%
0) No mention48363.5
3) Yes, because the elderly deserve respect from all family members27836.5
TOTAL761100.0
258) Families may treat elderly people differently than the rest of the family. Why do you think these differences occur? Because life is more dangerous for elderly people? (P62_4) (DIFFWHY4)
TOTAL%
0) No mention64985.3
4) Yes, because life is more dangerous for elderly people11214.7
TOTAL761100.0
259) Families may treat elderly people differently than the rest of the family. Why do you think these differences occur? Other reasons? (P62_5) (DIFFWHY5)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply70192.1
5) For lack of communication40.5
6) Insensitivity10.1
7) Children say so10.1
8) Lack of culture40.5
9) Unprincipled10.1
10) Lack of education50.7
11) Because they make less40.5
12) By disease / health10.1
13) Age91.2
14) Thinking60.8
15) Understanding40.5
16) Can not help10.1
17) Egoism10.1
18) Character20.3
19) Respect60.8
20) Ignorance20.3
21) Ungrateful30.4
22) Maltreatment10.1
23) Feelings20.3
24) Poverty10.1
25) For ability10.1
TOTAL761100.0
260) Written capture for the variable DIFFWHY5 (AA25)
261) In your house, do you have more or less protection and care than the rest of the family members? (P63) (PROTCARE)
TOTAL%
1) More29038.1
2) Less10013.1
3) Equal35847.0
9) Does not answer131.7
TOTAL761100.0
262) (In relation to variable PROTCARE) Do you believe these differences are fair or unfair? (P64) (PRCRDFFR)
TOTAL%
1) Very fair8310.9
2) Fair21928.8
3) Unfair23130.4
4) Very unfair13617.9
5) Neither fair nor unfair749.7
8) Does not know162.1
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
263) Do you think the government should differentiate treatment between the elderly and others? (P65_1) (GOVDFTRT)
TOTAL%
1) Same53870.7
2) Different (special treatment)20827.3
3) Depends30.4
8) Does not know81.1
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
264) (If respondent answers 'Depends' for GOVDFTRT) Depends on what? (P65_2) (GOVDFTDP)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75899.6
1) If children abandon them10.1
2) If they do not all have the same needs10.1
98) Does not know10.1
TOTAL761100.0
265) Written capture for the variable GOVDFTDP (AA26)
266) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: someone older than 60 years or someone younger than 60 years? (P66_1) (HIRE60)
TOTAL%
1) Person older than 6037749.5
2) Person younger than 6016321.4
3) Both20026.3
4) None30.4
8) Does not know172.2
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
267) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: an unemployed person or an employed person? (P66_2) (HIREEMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Unemployed person64084.1
2) Employed person222.9
3) Both9011.8
8) Does not know70.9
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
268) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a Mexican or an alien? (P66_3) (HIREMXCN)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican66487.3
2) Alien30.4
3) Both8511.2
8) Does not know81.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
269) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a person with a disability or a person without a disability? (P66_4) (HIREHAND)
TOTAL%
1) Person with a disability37248.9
2) Person without a disability14418.9
3) Both22729.8
4) None10.1
8) Does not know162.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
270) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: an indigenous person or a non-indigenous person? (P66_5) (HIREINDG)
TOTAL%
1) Indigenous31841.8
2) Non-indigenous11014.5
3) Both31040.7
4) None30.4
8) Does not know192.5
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
271) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a single mother or a married woman? (P66_6) (HIRESNGM)
TOTAL%
1) Single mother41053.9
2) Married woman526.8
3) Both28837.8
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
272) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a person who has HIV or a person without HIV? (P66_7) (HIRESHIV)
TOTAL%
1) Person with HIV15119.8
2) Person without HIV37749.5
3) Both18624.4
4) None101.3
8) Does not know354.6
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
273) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a person who never committed a crime or an ex-convict? (P66_8) (HIRECRIM)
TOTAL%
1) Person who never committed a crime40753.5
2) Ex-convict11515.1
3) Both18824.7
4) None192.5
8) Does not know314.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
274) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a man or a woman? (P66_9) (HIREMAN)
TOTAL%
1) Man11715.4
2) Woman18824.7
3) Both43957.7
4) None20.3
8) Does not know131.7
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
275) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a Catholic or a non-Catholic? (P66_10) (HIRECATH)
TOTAL%
1) Catholic25833.9
2) Non-Catholic324.2
3) Both45359.5
4) None10.1
8) Does not know152.0
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
276) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: a homosexual or a non-homosexual? (P66_11) (HIREHMOS)
TOTAL%
1) Homosexual628.1
2) Non-homosexual38150.1
3) Both28036.8
4) None91.2
8) Does not know263.4
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
277) Between two people equally competent, who would you hire: someone less than 25 years old or someone between 25 and 40 years old? (P66_12) (HIREYOUN)
TOTAL%
1) Someone less than 25 years old8310.9
2) Someone between 25 and 40 years old25934.0
3) Both40353.0
8) Does not know141.8
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
278) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: person older than 60 years old? (P67_1) (OPT60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention39952.4
1) First mention22830.0
2) Second mention658.5
3) Third mention668.7
97) Hire all20.3
98) Does not know10.1
TOTAL761100.0
279) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: unemployed? (P67_2) (OPTUNEMP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention35346.4
1) First mention20927.5
2) Second mention14318.8
3) Third mention567.4
TOTAL761100.0
280) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: Mexican? (P67_3) (OPTMEXIC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention49965.6
1) First mention9212.1
2) Second mention9212.1
3) Third mention7810.2
TOTAL761100.0
281) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: person with a disability? (P67_4) (OPTHNDCP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention52268.6
1) First mention587.6
2) Second mention10113.3
3) Third mention8010.5
TOTAL761100.0
282) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: non-indigenous person? (P67_5) (OPTNINDG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73396.3
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention81.1
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL761100.0
283) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: single mother? (P67_6) (OPTSMOTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention43957.7
1) First mention537.0
2) Second mention12015.8
3) Third mention14919.6
TOTAL761100.0
284) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is HIV positive? (P67_7) (OPTHIV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71994.5
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention131.7
3) Third mention192.5
TOTAL761100.0
285) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone never convicted of a crime? (P67_8) (OPTNCRIM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention66987.9
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention405.3
3) Third mention435.7
TOTAL761100.0
286) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: a man? (P67_9) (OPTMAN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70592.6
1) First mention81.1
2) Second mention233.0
3) Third mention253.3
TOTAL761100.0
287) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is Catholic? (P67_10) (OPTCATHO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention69391.1
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention202.6
3) Third mention374.9
TOTAL761100.0
288) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is homosexual? (P67_11) (OPTHOMOS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74397.6
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention50.7
TOTAL761100.0
289) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is younger than 25 years old? (P67_12) (OPTUND25)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73696.7
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention101.3
3) Third mention60.8
TOTAL761100.0
290) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is younger than 60 years old? (P67_13) (OPTUND60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72895.7
1) First mention81.1
2) Second mention81.1
3) Third mention172.2
TOTAL761100.0
291) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is currently employed? (P67_14) (OPTEMPLD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75699.3
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
292) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is an alien? (P67_15) (OPTALIEN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75899.6
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
293) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is not handicapped? (P67_16) (OPTNHNDC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74397.6
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention91.2
3) Third mention81.1
TOTAL761100.0
294) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is indigenous? (P67_17) (OPTINDGN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention62982.7
1) First mention222.9
2) Second mention374.9
3) Third mention729.5
96) No other mention of respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
295) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: a married woman? (P67_18) (OPTMARWM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73997.1
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention121.6
TOTAL761100.0
296) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is not HIV positive? (P67_19) (OPTNHIVP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74397.6
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention50.7
3) Third mention91.2
TOTAL761100.0
297) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone who is an ex-convict? (P67_20) (OPTEXCNV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75098.6
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention10.1
3) Third mention70.9
TOTAL761100.0
298) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: a woman? (P67_21) (OPTWOMAN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70492.5
1) First mention81.1
2) Second mention192.5
3) Third mention303.9
TOTAL761100.0
299) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: a non-Catholic? (P67_22) (OPTNCATH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75999.7
2) Second mention10.1
3) Third mention10.1
TOTAL761100.0
300) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: a non-homosexual? (P67_23) (OPTNHMOS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75699.3
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
301) Between the following groups shown on the card, which ones would you hire in order? Order: someone between 25 and 40 years old? (P67_24) (OPTB2540)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71293.6
1) First mention121.6
2) Second mention202.6
3) Third mention172.2
TOTAL761100.0
302) And which would you never hire: a person older than 60 years old? (P68_1) (NVHROV60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention62982.7
1) First mention222.9
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention172.2
97) Hire all7810.2
98) Does not know30.4
TOTAL761100.0
303) And which would you never hire: someone who is unemployed? (P68_2) (NVHRUNEM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75599.2
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention10.1
3) Third mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
304) And which would you never hire: someone who is Mexican? (P68_3) (NVHRMEXC)
TOTAL%
0) No mention76099.9
3) Third mention10.1
TOTAL761100.0
305) And which would you never hire: someone who is handicapped? (P68_4) (NVHRHAND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71894.3
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention212.8
3) Third mention111.4
TOTAL761100.0
306) And which would you never hire: someone who is non-indigenous? (P68_5) (NVHRNIND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73596.6
1) First mention50.7
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention81.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
307) And which would you never hire: someone who is a Single mother? (P68_6) (NVHRSMTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74998.4
1) First mention50.7
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention50.7
TOTAL761100.0
308) And which would you never hire: someone who is HIV positive? (P68_7) (NVHRHIVP)
TOTAL%
0) No mention46360.8
1) First mention15420.2
2) Second mention709.2
3) Third mention749.7
TOTAL761100.0
309) And which would you never hire: someone never convicted of a crime? (P68_8) (NVHRNCRM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73897.0
1) First mention111.4
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention40.5
96) No other mention by the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
310) And which would you never hire: a man? (P68_9) (NVHRMAN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73396.3
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention81.1
3) Third mention101.3
TOTAL761100.0
311) And which would you never hire: someone who is Catholic? (P68_10) (NVHRCATH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75499.1
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention40.5
3) Third mention20.3
TOTAL761100.0
312) And which would you never hire: someone who is homosexual? (P68_11) (NVHRHOMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention46461.0
1) First mention11014.5
2) Second mention9712.7
3) Third mention9011.8
TOTAL761100.0
313) And which would you never hire: someone who is younger than 25 years old? (P68_12) (NVHRUN25)
TOTAL%
0) No mention70993.2
1) First mention141.8
2) Second mention192.5
3) Third mention182.4
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
314) And which would you never hire: someone who is younger than 60 years old? (P68_13) (NVHRUN60)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71794.2
1) First mention202.6
2) Second mention70.9
3) Third mention172.2
TOTAL761100.0
315) And which would you never hire: someone who is currently employed? (P68_14) (NVHREMPL)
TOTAL%
0) No mention43557.2
1) First mention12316.2
2) Second mention11515.1
3) Third mention8811.6
TOTAL761100.0
316) And which would you never hire: someone who is an alien? (P68_15) (NVHRALIE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention37048.6
1) First mention10113.3
2) Second mention16721.9
3) Third mention12316.2
TOTAL761100.0
317) And which would you never hire: someone who is not handicapped? (P68_16) (NVHRNHND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72495.1
1) First mention60.8
2) Second mention131.7
3) Third mention121.6
96) No other mention of the respondent50.7
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
318) And which would you never hire: someone who is indigenous? (P68_17) (NVHRINDG)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72995.8
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention101.3
3) Third mention182.4
TOTAL761100.0
319) And which would you never hire: a married woman? (P68_18) (NVHRMRWM)
TOTAL%
0) No mention72194.7
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention91.2
3) Third mention212.8
TOTAL761100.0
320) And which would you never hire: someone who is not HIV positive? (P68_19) (NVHRNHIV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73095.9
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention121.6
3) Third mention152.0
96) No other mention of the respondent10.1
TOTAL761100.0
321) And which would you never hire: someone who is an ex-convict? (P68_20) (NVHREXCN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention56574.2
1) First mention486.3
2) Second mention709.2
3) Third mention7810.2
TOTAL761100.0
322) And which would you never hire: a woman? (P68_21) (NVHRWOMN)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75298.8
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention20.3
3) Third mention50.7
TOTAL761100.0
323) And which would you never hire: a non-Catholic? (P68_22) (NVHRNCTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention71894.3
1) First mention91.2
2) Second mention91.2
3) Third mention253.3
TOTAL761100.0
324) And which would you never hire: a non-homosexual? (P68_23) (NVHRNHMS)
TOTAL%
0) No mention74497.8
1) First mention20.3
2) Second mention60.8
3) Third mention91.2
TOTAL761100.0
325) And which would you never hire: someone between 25 and 40 years old? (P68_24) (NVHR2540)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73997.1
1) First mention50.7
2) Second mention30.4
3) Third mention60.8
96) No other mention of the respondent70.9
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
326) Do you think old poor people have more problems than other poor people? (P69_1) (OLDPOORP)
TOTAL%
1) More problems48964.3
2) Fewer problems395.1
3) The same21828.6
8) Does not know141.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
327) (If respondent says 'More problems' to OLDPOORP) Why do you think that? (P69_2) (OLDPOORM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply27235.7
1) Lack of opportunities13517.7
2) Discrimination415.4
3) Not having enough to survive8711.4
4) Less opportunity than others607.9
5) Not every job is for an elderly person395.1
6) Unemployment425.5
7) Less instruction because of age253.3
8) Can't work because the elderly get easily tired455.9
9) Unable to fend for themselves10.1
10) Have more financial need20.3
11) Age40.5
12) Diseases30.4
13) Has no family support10.1
98) Does not know40.5
TOTAL761100.0
328) Written capture for variable OLDPOORM (AA27)
329) (If respondent says 'Fewer problems' to OLDPOORP) Why? (P69_3) (OLDPOORL)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply72294.9
1) Family pays for them243.2
2) They have more initiative40.5
3) They are more independent40.5
4) Government offers more support for the elderly50.7
5) There is some work appropriate for the elderly10.1
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
330) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: the elderly. (P70_1) (PROTELD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention44758.7
2) Second mention15820.8
3) Third mention8411.0
4) Fourth mention324.2
5) Fifth mention182.4
6) Sixth mention70.9
7) Seventh mention81.1
8) Eighth mention40.5
9) Ninth mention30.4
TOTAL761100.0
331) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: the unemployed. (P70_2) (PROTUNEM)
TOTAL%
1) First mention344.5
2) Second mention688.9
3) Third mention749.7
4) Fourth mention11014.5
5) Fifth mention9112.0
6) Sixth mention11214.7
7) Seventh mention9913.0
8) Eighth mention12917.0
9) Ninth mention445.8
TOTAL761100.0
332) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: aliens living in Mexico. (P70_3) (PROTALIE)
TOTAL%
1) First mention81.1
2) Second mention152.0
3) Third mention233.0
4) Fourth mention253.3
5) Fifth mention435.7
6) Sixth mention506.6
7) Seventh mention668.7
8) Eighth mention10013.1
9) Ninth mention43156.6
TOTAL761100.0
333) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: people who have a handicap. (P70_4) (PROTHAND)
TOTAL%
1) First mention9312.2
2) Second mention18123.8
3) Third mention15520.4
4) Fourth mention10313.5
5) Fifth mention8511.2
6) Sixth mention516.7
7) Seventh mention425.5
8) Eighth mention425.5
9) Ninth mention91.2
TOTAL761100.0
334) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: the indigenous. (P70_5) (PROTINDG)
TOTAL%
1) First mention618.0
2) Second mention11915.6
3) Third mention11314.8
4) Fourth mention12316.2
5) Fifth mention9312.2
6) Sixth mention729.5
7) Seventh mention8411.0
8) Eighth mention618.0
9) Ninth mention354.6
TOTAL761100.0
335) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: single mothers. (P70_6) (PROTSMTH)
TOTAL%
1) First mention162.1
2) Second mention587.6
3) Third mention12216.0
4) Fourth mention14018.4
5) Fifth mention14018.4
6) Sixth mention12917.0
7) Seventh mention8010.5
8) Eighth mention506.6
9) Ninth mention263.4
TOTAL761100.0
336) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: children. (P70_7) (PROTCHLD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention263.4
2) Second mention638.3
3) Third mention618.0
4) Fourth mention8310.9
5) Fifth mention13017.1
6) Sixth mention13617.9
7) Seventh mention15220.0
8) Eighth mention7910.4
9) Ninth mention314.1
TOTAL761100.0
337) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: youth. (P70_8) (PROTYOUT)
TOTAL%
1) First mention40.5
2) Second mention81.1
3) Third mention162.1
4) Fourth mention354.6
5) Fifth mention587.6
6) Sixth mention11314.8
7) Seventh mention16922.2
8) Eighth mention24131.7
9) Ninth mention11715.4
TOTAL761100.0
338) From the groups listed on the card, who do you think has less protection in Mexico? Order: people who are HIV positive. (P70_9) (PROTHIVP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention729.5
2) Second mention9112.0
3) Third mention11314.8
4) Fourth mention11014.5
5) Fifth mention10313.5
6) Sixth mention9112.0
7) Seventh mention618.0
8) Eighth mention557.2
9) Ninth mention658.5
TOTAL761100.0
339) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: the elderly. (P71_1) (SUFFELD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention38951.1
2) Second mention17923.5
3) Third mention10013.1
4) Fourth mention466.0
5) Fifth mention192.5
6) Sixth mention121.6
7) Seventh mention91.2
8) Eighth mention50.7
9) Ninth mention20.3
TOTAL761100.0
340) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: the unemployed. (P71_2) (SUFFUNEM)
TOTAL%
1) First mention243.2
2) Second mention709.2
3) Third mention699.1
4) Fourth mention10613.9
5) Fifth mention10714.1
6) Sixth mention11415.0
7) Seventh mention11715.4
8) Eighth mention11515.1
9) Ninth mention395.1
TOTAL761100.0
341) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: aliens living in Mexico. (P71_3) (SUFFALIE)
TOTAL%
1) First mention101.3
2) Second mention202.6
3) Third mention344.5
4) Fourth mention354.6
5) Fifth mention395.1
6) Sixth mention466.0
7) Seventh mention537.0
8) Eighth mention11715.4
9) Ninth mention40753.5
TOTAL761100.0
342) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: people who are handicapped. (P71_4) (SUFFHAND)
TOTAL%
1) First mention12316.2
2) Second mention17322.7
3) Third mention14218.7
4) Fourth mention9612.6
5) Fifth mention9112.0
6) Sixth mention587.6
7) Seventh mention354.6
8) Eighth mention283.7
9) Ninth mention152.0
TOTAL761100.0
343) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: the indigenous. (P71_5) (SUFFINDG)
TOTAL%
1) First mention476.2
2) Second mention9612.6
3) Third mention13117.2
4) Fourth mention13818.1
5) Fifth mention9812.9
6) Sixth mention8110.6
7) Seventh mention7810.2
8) Eighth mention567.4
9) Ninth mention364.7
TOTAL761100.0
344) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: single mothers. (P71_6) (SUFFSMTH)
TOTAL%
1) First mention182.4
2) Second mention567.4
3) Third mention9512.5
4) Fourth mention15019.7
5) Fifth mention15920.9
6) Sixth mention12616.6
7) Seventh mention759.9
8) Eighth mention486.3
9) Ninth mention344.5
TOTAL761100.0
345) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: children. (P71_7) (SUFFCHLD)
TOTAL%
1) First mention303.9
2) Second mention486.3
3) Third mention688.9
4) Fourth mention638.3
5) Fifth mention11915.6
6) Sixth mention15820.8
7) Seventh mention14719.3
8) Eighth mention8411.0
9) Ninth mention445.8
TOTAL761100.0
346) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: youth. (P71_8) (SUFFYOUT)
TOTAL%
1) First mention30.4
2) Second mention30.4
3) Third mention212.8
4) Fourth mention253.3
5) Fifth mention557.2
6) Sixth mention9312.2
7) Seventh mention18123.8
8) Eighth mention24932.7
9) Ninth mention13117.2
TOTAL761100.0
347) Using the same groups, which group suffers more? Order: people who are HIV positive. (P71_9) (SUFFHIVP)
TOTAL%
1) First mention11715.4
2) Second mention11615.2
3) Third mention10113.3
4) Fourth mention10213.4
5) Fifth mention749.7
6) Sixth mention739.6
7) Seventh mention668.7
8) Eighth mention597.8
9) Ninth mention537.0
TOTAL761100.0
348) Among the elderly, who do you think has the worst life conditions? (P72_1) (WORSTLFC)
TOTAL%
1) Old indigenous people40152.7
2) Old separated or divorced people729.5
3) Single mothers12216.0
4) Lesbian elderly40.5
5) Elderly in charge of the home11715.4
6) Elderly with HIV10.1
7) Married elderly10.1
8) Elderly who have no family10.1
97) All182.4
98) Does not know243.2
TOTAL761100.0
349) Written capture for 'Other' option for WORSTLFC (AA29)
350) Have you been discriminated against in your work for being elderly? (P73_1) (WKDSCELD)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply60179.0
1) Yes455.9
2) No11014.5
9) Does not answer50.7
TOTAL761100.0
351) Do you have living children? (P74_1) (LIVCHLDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes70492.5
2) No547.1
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
352) Do you think your children have been discriminated against because you are elderly? (P75_1) (CHDSC)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply547.1
1) Yes7710.1
2) No60179.0
8) Does not know273.5
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
353) (If 'Yes' to CHDSC) By whom? Family? (P75_1J) (CHDSCFAM)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply74597.9
1) Yes, family162.1
TOTAL761100.0
354) (If 'Yes' to CHDSC) By whom? Friends? (P75_1K) (CHDSCFRN)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75298.8
2) Yes, friends91.2
TOTAL761100.0
355) (If 'Yes' to CHDSC) By whom? Those at work? (P75_1L) (CHDSCWRK)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply72895.7
3) Yes, those at work334.3
TOTAL761100.0
356) (If 'Yes' to CHDSC) By whom? Those at school? (P75_1M) (CHDSCSCH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75398.9
4) Yes, those at school81.1
TOTAL761100.0
357) (If 'Yes' to CHDSC) By whom? Another situation? (P75_1N) (CHDSCOTH)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75098.6
5) IMSS medical10.1
6) For economic situation50.7
7) Government20.3
9) Neighbors30.4
TOTAL761100.0
358) Written capture for 'Another situation' option in CHDSCOTH (AA38)
359) How often have you heard the idea that elderly can't work as efficiently as other people? (P76) (ELDWKEFF)
TOTAL%
1) Very often23831.3
2) Often21127.7
3) A few times22629.7
4) Never699.1
8) Does not know152.0
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
360) Have you ever received less payment than others for the same work and situation? (P77_1) (LESSPAY)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply60179.0
1) Yes364.7
2) No11515.1
8) Does not know20.3
9) Does not answer70.9
TOTAL761100.0
361) (If 'Yes' to LESSPAY) When did they pay you less? (P77_2) (LESSPAYW)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply72995.8
1) Between 2000 and 2004222.9
3) Can't remember60.8
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
362) (If 'Yes' to LESSPAY) When did they pay you less? (P77_3) (LESSPAYB)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75699.3
2) Before 200250.7
TOTAL761100.0
363) Has someone ever denied health services to you, a family member or a friend for being elderly? (P78) (DENYHSVC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12216.0
2) No62582.1
9) Does not answer141.8
TOTAL761100.0
364) In the last five years, did someone ever deny employment to you, a family member or a friend for being elderly? (P79) (DENYEMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21127.7
2) No51667.8
8) Does not know314.1
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
365) To what degree do you feel capable of getting a job if you are competing against younger people with the same skills? (P80) (JOBAGNST)
TOTAL%
1) Very capable15320.1
2) Capable29538.8
3) Incapable20026.3
4) Very incapable7910.4
8) Does not know324.2
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
366) In general, how do people treat you? Politely or not politely? (P81_1) (TREATPOL)
TOTAL%
1) Politely63783.7
2) Not politely9812.9
3) Other answer152.0
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer50.7
TOTAL761100.0
367) In general, how do people treat you? With rejection or with acceptance? (P81_2) (TREATREJ)
TOTAL%
1) Rejection12015.8
2) Acceptance61380.6
3) Other answer141.8
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
368) In general, how do people treat you? Respectfully or disrespectfully? (P81_3) (TREATRES)
TOTAL%
1) Respectfully62982.7
2) Disrespectfully9913.0
3) Other answer182.4
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer50.7
TOTAL761100.0
369) How much care is provided to elderly people like you? (P82) (CAREELD)
TOTAL%
1) Very much10213.4
2) Enough10914.3
3) A little46561.1
4) None7810.2
8) Does not know60.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
370) How true is the following statement: 'Elderly are less productive in work than younger people?' (P83_1) (PRODWORK)
TOTAL%
1) Totally true688.9
2) True25032.9
3) False29538.8
4) Completely false12216.0
8) Does not know233.0
9) Does not answer30.4
TOTAL761100.0
371) Why do you think this is happening? (P83_2) (WHYPRDWK)
TOTAL%
0) Not applicable44358.2
1) Age18123.8
2) Limited mobility597.8
3) Ill health162.1
4) Inactivity303.9
5) Not have the same physical strength293.8
98) Does not know20.3
99) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
372) Written capture for the variable WHYPRDWK (AA31)
373) Which act from the government would be more dignifying? (P84) (ACTGOVT)
TOTAL%
1) Provide support for the elderly, even though discrimination against the elderly continues9712.7
2) Promote campaigns to stop mistreatment toward elderly62582.1
3) Depends202.6
8) Does not know182.4
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
374) Have you or someone from your family had problems being attended to in the public health service because of being elderly? (P85) (PHLTHSVC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13217.3
2) No60179.0
3) Don't use those services162.1
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
375) Discrimination against the elderly has increased or decreased in the last five years in Mexico? (P86) (ELDDSCM5)
TOTAL%
1) Increased27636.3
2) Decreased21328.0
3) No change21928.8
8) Does not know526.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
376) Compared to the past, have the opportunities for the elderly increased or decreased in the last five years? (P87) (OPPELD5)
TOTAL%
1) Increased23430.7
2) Decreased29438.6
3) No change18824.7
8) Does not know445.8
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
377) If you were a victim of discrimination what would you do? (P88) (VICTDISC)
TOTAL%
1) File a complaint with the authorities24932.7
2) File a complaint with a human rights organization12115.9
3) I'll try to explain to make the person so they recognize their mistake8911.7
4) Nothing18023.7
5) Depends on where it took place293.8
6) Respond with aggression50.7
7) The government ignores10.1
8) Would feel bad60.8
9) I would endure20.3
10) I would ask the government for help20.3
11) Go to another place20.3
12) Would be afraid20.3
98) Does not know699.1
99) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
378) Written capture for 'Depends' option for the variable VICTDISC (AA32)
379) The government says it is trying to make equal opportunities for the elderly and the rest of the people in every life situation. How much do you believe the state is protecting elderly people like you? (P89) (SPROTELD)
TOTAL%
1) Protects very much516.7
2) Protects enough7610.0
3) Protects a little45860.2
4) Doesn't protect11415.0
5) Neither much or little314.1
8) Does not know293.8
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
380) Do you know about any action the government is doing to fight and prevent discrimination against the elderly? (P90) (GOVTACT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, knows of an action668.7
2) No, doesn't know of an action60779.8
8) Does not know the answer to the question638.3
9) Does not answer253.3
TOTAL761100.0
381) Could you tell me which institution you would go to in case you were a victim of discrimination or family violence? (P91_1) (INSTVICT)
TOTAL%
3) Human rights12616.6
4) Police628.1
5) Diff13417.6
6) IMSS specialty20.3
7) Public ministry314.1
8) Judiciary20.3
10) Goes to the delegation314.1
11) Township243.2
12) Health center10.1
16) Municipal presidency141.8
19) PGJ (Attorney General)50.7
23) Appropriate authorities354.6
25) Radio station10.1
28) The President131.7
30) Civic Center10.1
32) Command50.7
34) Institute of Discrimination10.1
36) Asylum30.4
38) Civil protection20.3
40) Civil court50.7
41) Institute for Women10.1
48) Ejido10.1
51) Justice center40.5
56) Palace10.1
58) Community judge20.3
63) State government81.1
69) HR20.3
73) Previous20.3
96) None182.4
98) Does not know20827.3
99) Does not answer111.4
102) Licensed private10.1
104) Aid Institution for Seniors10.1
105) Commissioner20.3
108) Court10.1
TOTAL761100.0
382) Written capture for the variable INSTVICT (AA33)
383) Could you tell me which institution you would go to in case you had a handicapped child? (P91_2) (INSTHAND)
TOTAL%
2) Telethon607.9
3) Human rights162.1
4) Police10.1
5) Diff24432.1
6) IMSS specialty233.0
8) Judiciary10.1
9) Social worker10.1
10) Goes to the delegation10.1
11) Township50.7
12) Health center212.8
13) General hospital283.7
16) Municipal presidency20.3
20) Issste50.7
26) Special schools20.3
27) The new dawn10.1
28) The President30.4
29) A relative20.3
37) Rehabilitation center172.2
50) Special clinic40.5
52) Health secretary10.1
53) Doctor50.7
55) Clinic20.3
62) Jorge Garralda10.1
63) State government81.1
77) Hospital for disabled10.1
81) Charities30.4
86) Association of Disability60.8
94) University hospital10.1
96) None60.8
98) Does not know27736.4
99) Does not answer81.1
100) APAC10.1
101) SEP10.1
103) National Palace10.1
106) Elssa10.1
107) Television10.1
TOTAL761100.0
384) Written capture for the variable INSTHAND (AA34)
385) Could you tell me which institution you would go to in case of being prohibited access to a public place because of being an old person? (P91_3) (INSTPROH)
TOTAL%
3) Human rights17222.6
4) Police395.1
5) Diff415.4
6) IMSS specialty10.1
7) Public ministry60.8
8) Judiciary20.3
9) Social worker20.3
10) Goes to the delegation141.8
11) Township141.8
12) Health center20.3
13) General hospital10.1
16) Municipal presidency60.8
19) Attorney General20.3
22) Department of the Interior10.1
23) Appropriate authorities334.3
28) The President101.3
32) Command40.5
33) INSEN / INAPAM10.1
36) Asylum10.1
39) Ministry of Finance10.1
52) Health secretary10.1
58) Community judge10.1
63) State government40.5
69) HR20.3
72) Federal Consumer20.3
74) The manager40.5
91) The administrator30.4
96) None293.8
98) Does not know34645.5
99) Does not answer152.0
105) Commissioner10.1
TOTAL761100.0
386) Written capture for the variable INSTPROH (AA35)
387) Based on your knowledge, is there any law to prevent and stop discrimination in Mexico? (P92_1) (LAWDISC)
TOTAL%
1) Yes22930.1
2) No35246.3
8) Does not know17823.4
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
388) (If 'Yes' to LAWDISC) In your opinion, is this type of law helpful, or is there another law that nobody knows or respects?(P92_2) (HELPLAW)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply53269.9
1) Yes, it would decrease discrimination557.2
2) No, people don't know or respect the law13017.1
3) People need to know that there is a law, and the government needs to make sure it is respected303.9
8) Does not know101.3
9) Does not answer40.5
TOTAL761100.0
389) How much do you agree or disagree that the government should subsidize the elderly? (P93) (GOVTSUBS)
TOTAL%
1) Completely agree52368.7
2) Agree19025.0
3) Disagree303.9
4) Completely disagree91.2
8) Does not know81.1
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
390) Which principle should be the most important for establishing a social policy to help the elderly? (P94) (SCPOLICY)
TOTAL%
1) Take care of all the basic needs of the elderly without considering their social status43256.8
2) Take care of elderly only when they are disadvantaged29338.5
3) Other answer30.4
4) There is no need for a social policy for the elderly152.0
8) Does not know172.2
9) Does not answer10.1
TOTAL761100.0
391) Is this government doing a better job than before fighting discrimination against the elderly? (P95) (GOVFTDSC)
TOTAL%
1) Government is doing a better job than before27135.6
2) Government is doing a worst job than before14619.2
3) Government is doing the same good job as before8911.7
4) Government is doing the same bad job as before16421.6
8) Does not know8911.7
9) Does not answer20.3
TOTAL761100.0
392) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Other (specify)? (P96_1) (HLPGV)
TOTAL%
0) Does not apply75899.6
10) Women in general10.1
14) Peasant10.1
15) Orphans10.1
TOTAL761100.0
393) Written capture for the variable HLPGV (AA36)
394) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: the elderly. (P96_2) (HLPGVELD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention537.0
1) First mention50566.4
2) Second mention13117.2
3) Third mention729.5
TOTAL761100.0
395) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: the unemployed. (P96_3) (HLPGVUNE)
TOTAL%
0) No mention61881.2
1) First mention212.8
2) Second mention537.0
3) Third mention699.1
TOTAL761100.0
396) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: those with a handicap. (P96_4) (HLPGVHND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention27436.0
1) First mention709.2
2) Second mention25333.2
3) Third mention16421.6
TOTAL761100.0
397) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: the indigenous. (P96_5) (HLPGVIND)
TOTAL%
0) No mention46661.2
1) First mention537.0
2) Second mention12516.4
3) Third mention11715.4
TOTAL761100.0
398) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: single mothers. (P96_6) (HLPGVSMO)
TOTAL%
0) No mention53870.7
1) First mention121.6
2) Second mention719.3
3) Third mention14018.4
TOTAL761100.0
399) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: children. (P96_7) (HLPGVCHD)
TOTAL%
0) No mention60980.0
1) First mention293.8
2) Second mention455.9
3) Third mention7810.2
TOTAL761100.0
400) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: youth. (P96_8) (HLPGVYTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention73496.5
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention111.4
3) Third mention152.0
TOTAL761100.0
401) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: people who are HIV positive. (P96_9) (HLPGVHIV)
TOTAL%
0) No mention51667.8
1) First mention699.1
2) Second mention719.3
3) Third mention10513.8
TOTAL761100.0
402) Who do you think needs more help from the government? Order of mention: other answer. (P96_10) (HLPGVOTH)
TOTAL%
0) No mention75899.6
1) First mention10.1
2) Second mention10.1
3) Third mention10.1
TOTAL761100.0
403) Geographic location (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) North20326.7
2) Center32843.1
3) South23030.2
TOTAL761100.0
404) Factor (FACTOR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL76110975.4746805
405) I-AGE: Age of respondent (EDAD) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 60s43857.7
2) 70s25433.5
3) 80s648.4
4) 90s30.4
Missing2 
TOTAL759100.0
406) I-EDUC: Level [of education] (P5_2) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) High school or less45790.7
2) Normal track71.4
3) Technical or commercial career track204.0
4) Professional193.8
5) Graduate school10.2
Missing257 
TOTAL504100.0
407) I-INCOME: In total, how much is your monthly income for your work or activity (displaying card with income ranges)? (P19_2) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
TOTAL%
0) Don't receive any payment68592.6
1) Below minimum wage435.8
2) Between one and two times the minimum wage? More than 1,200 and less than 2,400 pesos?40.5
3) Between two and four times the minimum wage? More than 2,400 and less than 4,800 pesos?40.5
4) Between four and eight times the minimum wage? More than 4,800 and less than 9,600 pesos?40.5
Missing21 
TOTAL740100.0
408) I-MARITAL: At this moment are you: ? (P7) (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
TOTAL%
1) Cohabitating455.9
2) Separated293.8
3) Divorced182.4
4) Widowed26635.1
5) Married37048.8
6) Single304.0
Missing3 
TOTAL758100.0
409) I-SEX: Sex (SEXO) (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male32342.4
2) Female43857.6
TOTAL761100.0