Survey of Texas Adults, 2004

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


All frequencies weighted by 199) STDWGT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Respondent ID (CASE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1533108265.214853.98
2) Interview language (OSR1)
TOTAL%
1) English123080.2
2) Spanish30119.6
3) English and Spanish2.1
TOTAL1533100.0
3) Gender (OSR4)
TOTAL%
1) Male74448.5
2) Female78951.5
TOTAL1533100.0
4) I'd like to start by asking you a few questions about your civic activities and attitudes. In the last five years, have you voted in any federal, state or local elections? (A001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Yes83354.3
5) No70045.7
TOTAL1533100.0
5) In the last five years, have you contacted the government or a government official on a public issue of interest to you? (A002)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes33421.8
5) No119678
TOTAL1533100.0
6) In a typical week, on how many days do you read a print newspaper? Would you say every day, a few days a week, one day a week, less than one day, or never? (A003)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Every day43328.3
2) Few days a week42827.9
3) One day a week23115.1
4) Less than one day a week1207.8
5) Never31920.8
TOTAL1532100.0
7) In a typical week, on how many days do you use the internet to surf the World Wide Web or visit websites? Would you say every day, a few days a week, one day a week, less than one day, or never? (A004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Every day45529.7
2) Few days a week31520.5
3) One day a week946.1
4) Less than one day a week543.5
5) Never61540.1
TOTAL1533100.0
8) About how many years have you been using the internet? (A04A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at A004)61540.2
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know10.7
0) No years1.1
1) One year694.5
2) Two years795.2
3) Three years1087.1
4) Four years956.2
5) Five years16210.6
6) Six years865.6
7) Seven years614
8) Eight years744.8
9) Nine years231.5
10) Ten years1066.9
11) Eleven years6.4
12) Twelve years14.9
13) Thirteen years5.3
14) Fourteen years4.3
15) Fifteen years13.8
TOTAL1531100.0
9) In a typical week, on how many days do you use the internet to read news? Would you say every day, a few days a week, one day a week, less than one day, or never? (A04B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at A004)61540.1
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Every day24516
2) Few days a week26517.3
3) One day a week1036.7
4) Less than one day a week734.8
5) Never23115.1
TOTAL1534100.0
10) Next are a few questions about things some people feel citizens should do for their country. I'd like to know how important you think the following activities are. How important is it that citizens vote in elections? Is this very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (A011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Very important125281.7
2) Somewhat important21213.8
3) Not too important473.1
4) Not at all important161
TOTAL1533100.0
11) How important is it that citizens volunteer in their community? Is this very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (A012)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know161
1) Very important105268.6
2) Somewhat important42527.7
3) Not too important312
4) Not at all important9.6
TOTAL1533100.0
12) How important is it that citizens be able to speak and understand English? Is this very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (A013)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Very important128783.9
2) Somewhat important20813.6
3) Not too important342.2
4) Not at all important3.2
TOTAL1534100.0
13) Next, tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements about your neighborhood or the area in which you live. There is a lot of crime in my neighborhood. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (A014)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know10.7
1) Strongly agree765
2) Agree30920.2
3) Neutral583.8
4) Disagree71446.6
5) Strongly disagree36623.9
TOTAL1533100.0
14) My neighborhood is noisy. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (A015)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know7.5
1) Strongly agree805.2
2) Agree24916.2
3) Neutral664.3
4) Disagree80752.6
5) Strongly disagree32521.2
TOTAL1534100.0
15) My neighborhood is clean. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (A016)
TOTAL%
-7) D-Don't know7.5
1) Strongly agree34322.4
2) Agree87857.3
3) Neutral624
4) Disagree18512.1
5) Strongly disagree583.8
TOTAL1533100.0
16) All in all, how satisfied are you with how things are going in Texas? Would you say very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, not too satisfied or not at all satisfied? (A017)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know322.1
1) Very satisfied23815.5
2) Somewhat satisfied91159.5
3) Not too satisfied26617.4
4) Not at all satisfied835.4
TOTAL1532100.0
17) We hear a lot of talk these days about liberals and conservatives. Think of a 7-point scale where one means extremely liberal and seven means extremely conservative. Where would you place yourself on this scale when considering government financial issues, such as taxes and how the government spends its funds? (A018)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused291.9
-7) D-Don't know1519.9
1) Extremely Liberal865.6
2) 2543.5
3) 31268.2
4) 432521.2
5) 534622.6
6) 617311.3
7) Extremely Conservative24215.8
TOTAL1532100.0
18) We hear a lot of talk these days about liberals and conservatives. Think of a 7 point scale where one means extremely liberal and seven means extremely conservative. Where would you place yourself on this scale when considering social issues, such as gun control, abortion, and the environment? (A019)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused251.6
-7) D-Don't know1429.3
1) Extremely Liberal1529.9
2) 2865.6
3) 3956.2
4) 420413.3
5) 521213.8
6) 618512.1
7) Extremely Conservative43228.2
TOTAL1533100.0
19) Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or what? (A020)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused241.6
-7) D-Don't know1016.6
1) Republican40226.2
2) Independent38325
3) No preference18111.8
4) Other party251.6
5) Democrat41827.2
TOTAL1534100.0
20) As you might know, many people do voluntary work without monetary pay for groups in their communities or other organizations. This activity is important to Texas, so we want to find out what kind of work people are doing. Often times though, people do volunteer work and don't even realize they are volunteering. So, to make sure that we don't miss any of your volunteer work, we would like to read you a list of areas in which people sometimes do this work. Please tell me whether you have done any volunteer work in each of the following areas over the past 12 months. If you are unsure about what types of groups or work is covered in any area, just say so and I'll give you some examples. The first area is health. Have you done any unpaid volunteer work in this area over the past 12 months? (B001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Yes26617.4
5) No126582.5
TOTAL1533100.0
21) What about education or tutoring? (B002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes43028
5) No110372
TOTAL1533100.0
22) Churches, synagogues, seminaries, or other religious groups? (B003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes60539.5
5) No92860.5
TOTAL1533100.0
23) Human services? (B004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes32020.9
5) No121279.1
TOTAL1533100.0
24) Environment or animal welfare? (B005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Yes27718.1
5) No125681.9
TOTAL1533100.0
25) What about public or societal benefit? Have you done any unpaid volunteer work in this area over the past 12 months? (B006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes22114.4
5) No130885.3
TOTAL1533100.0
26) Recreation or coaching? (B007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes28318.5
5) No124981.5
TOTAL1533100.0
27) Arts, culture, humanities, or public television or radio? (B008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Yes1368.9
5) No139390.9
TOTAL1533100.0
28) Work-related organizations? (B009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes26917.5
5) No126482.5
TOTAL1533100.0
29) Political organizations or campaigns? (B010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Yes1046.8
5) No142993.2
TOTAL1533100.0
30) Youth development or mentoring? (B011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes30319.8
5) No123080.2
TOTAL1533100.0
31) Have you done any other volunteering over the past 12 months that you have not already mentioned? (B012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know5.3
1) Yes1107.2
5) No141892.5
TOTAL1533100.0
32) For the area of health, during how many weeks did you do that work over the past 12 months? (B014A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)126682.7
-7) D-Don't know151
0) 04.3
1) 1533.5
2) 2342.2
3) 3221.4
4) 4231.5
5) 56.4
6) 614.9
7) 72.1
8) 89.6
9) 91.1
10) 103.2
11) 112.1
12) 12161
15) 152.1
16) 163.2
18) 1800
20) 203.2
22) 221.1
24) 247.5
26) 262.1
28) 281.1
30) 304.3
36) 364.3
40) 404.3
45) 4500
48) 482.1
50) 502.1
52) 52261.7
TOTAL1531100.0
33) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)126682.6
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know14.9
0) 03.2
1) 1151
2) 2382.5
3) 3332.2
4) 4261.7
5) 5161
6) 68.5
7) 77.5
8) 8261.7
9) 900
10) 1012.8
12) 129.6
14) 146.4
15) 158.5
16) 166.4
18) 184.3
20) 2010.7
21) 211.1
24) 241.1
25) 252.1
26) 2600
27) 2700
30) 303.2
35) 353.2
40) 409.6
45) 451.1
60) 601.1
72) 722.1
80) 801.1
TOTAL1532100.0
34) For the area of education and tutoring, how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14C)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)110371.9
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know231.5
0) 01.1
1) 1463
2) 2452.9
3) 3312
4) 4322.1
5) 57.5
6) 6312
7) 72.1
8) 8181.2
9) 92.1
10) 1013.8
11) 111.1
12) 12332.2
14) 142.1
15) 151.1
16) 168.5
18) 184.3
20) 2013.8
24) 249.6
25) 256.4
26) 2612.8
27) 272.1
28) 283.2
29) 2900
30) 306.4
32) 321.1
35) 352.1
36) 3610.7
39) 393.2
40) 408.5
41) 4100
42) 4200
45) 4500
46) 461.1
48) 486.4
50) 501.1
51) 511.1
52) 52463
TOTAL1534100.0
35) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14D)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)110371.9
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know12.8
0) 01.1
1) 1513.3
2) 2885.7
3) 3644.2
4) 4352.3
5) 5372.4
6) 6181.2
7) 710.7
8) 8231.5
9) 93.2
10) 10211.4
11) 111.1
12) 129.6
14) 143.2
15) 1510.7
16) 164.3
18) 182.1
19) 191.1
20) 20171.1
21) 215.3
22) 221.1
24) 242.1
25) 2500
28) 281.1
30) 303.2
35) 351.1
37) 3700
40) 405.3
60) 601.1
70) 701.1
80) 8000
TOTAL1534100.0
36) For the area of religious groups, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14E)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)92860.6
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know432.8
0) 04.3
1) 1634.1
2) 2593.9
3) 3382.5
4) 4342.2
5) 511.7
6) 6231.5
7) 72.1
8) 8201.3
9) 91.1
10) 108.5
11) 111.1
12) 12382.5
13) 131.1
14) 141.1
15) 153.2
16) 162.1
20) 20151
22) 222.1
24) 2410.7
25) 253.2
26) 26161
27) 272.1
30) 3013.8
32) 3200
35) 3500
36) 363.2
39) 391.1
40) 4011.7
42) 421.1
45) 452.1
48) 488.5
50) 50181.2
52) 521429.3
TOTAL1531100.0
37) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14F)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)92860.4
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know402.6
0) 06.4
1) 1885.7
2) 21499.7
3) 3664.3
4) 4664.3
5) 5422.7
6) 6291.9
7) 74.3
8) 8291.9
9) 93.2
10) 10191.2
11) 112.1
12) 126.4
13) 1300
14) 141.1
15) 158.5
16) 161.1
18) 1800
20) 2014.9
21) 215.3
22) 221.1
23) 231.1
24) 244.3
25) 252.1
27) 271.1
28) 2800
30) 304.3
32) 323.2
40) 405.3
45) 4500
48) 482.1
50) 502.1
56) 561.1
65) 651.1
80) 801.1
TOTAL1536100.0
38) For the area of human services, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14G)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)121378.9
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know352.3
0) 07.5
1) 1734.7
2) 2392.5
3) 3161
4) 4261.7
5) 57.5
6) 6161
7) 71.1
8) 88.5
10) 107.5
12) 12241.6
15) 151.1
16) 162.1
20) 206.4
24) 243.2
25) 253.2
26) 264.3
27) 271.1
28) 281.1
30) 305.3
36) 362.1
40) 403.2
48) 484.3
50) 507.5
52) 52221.4
TOTAL1537100.0
39) In a typical week that you volunteer in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14H)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)121379.2
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know352.3
0) 06.4
1) 1503.3
2) 2422.7
3) 3251.6
4) 4191.2
5) 5322.1
6) 611.7
7) 71.1
8) 8251.6
9) 92.1
10) 10201.3
12) 125.3
14) 142.1
15) 154.3
16) 167.5
20) 206.4
21) 212.1
24) 243.2
25) 254.3
26) 261.1
28) 281.1
30) 303.2
35) 351.1
40) 406.4
48) 481.1
56) 561.1
60) 6000
70) 701.1
80) 801.1
TOTAL1531100.0
40) For the area of the environment and animal welfare, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14I)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)125682.1
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know271.8
0) 010.7
1) 1674.4
2) 2352.3
3) 3261.7
4) 4241.6
5) 59.6
6) 611.7
7) 71.1
8) 87.5
10) 107.5
12) 1212.8
13) 1300
16) 161.1
17) 171.1
20) 201.1
22) 221.1
24) 241.1
25) 2500
26) 262.1
30) 305.3
45) 4500
48) 4800
52) 52251.6
TOTAL1530100.0
41) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14J)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)125682
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know312
0) 011.7
1) 1442.9
2) 2422.7
3) 3231.5
4) 4261.7
5) 5181.2
6) 610.7
7) 72.1
8) 88.5
9) 900
10) 1014.9
11) 112.1
12) 123.2
14) 144.3
15) 152.1
16) 161.1
20) 207.5
21) 215.3
25) 253.2
26) 2600
30) 301.1
32) 323.2
36) 361.1
40) 4011.7
50) 5000
80) 802.1
TOTAL1531100.0
42) For the area of public benefit, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14K)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)131285.5
-7) D-Don't know191.2
0) 05.3
1) 1503.3
2) 2201.3
3) 3171.1
4) 4271.8
5) 58.5
6) 6161
7) 72.1
8) 86.4
10) 102.1
12) 1210.7
14) 141.1
15) 152.1
16) 161.1
17) 171.1
20) 206.4
24) 243.2
25) 253.2
26) 265.3
28) 281.1
30) 302.1
40) 4000
45) 451.1
50) 502.1
52) 5213.8
TOTAL1535100.0
43) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14L)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)131285.5
-7) D-Don't know171.1
0) 05.3
1) 1342.2
2) 2473.1
3) 3191.2
4) 4181.2
5) 5201.3
6) 6171.1
7) 73.2
8) 84.3
9) 900
10) 10161
12) 124.3
15) 152.1
16) 162.1
20) 204.3
22) 2200
28) 281.1
30) 301.1
32) 322.1
35) 351.1
40) 402.1
50) 502.1
80) 801.1
TOTAL1534100.0
44) For the area of recreation or coaching, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14M)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)125081.5
-7) D-Don't know13.8
0) 011.7
1) 1201.3
2) 2161
3) 3161
4) 4302
5) 513.8
6) 6241.6
7) 71.1
8) 8211.4
9) 92.1
10) 107.5
11) 1100
12) 12342.2
13) 132.1
14) 1400
15) 153.2
16) 169.6
17) 173.2
18) 185.3
20) 206.4
24) 242.1
26) 268.5
28) 282.1
30) 306.4
32) 321.1
36) 362.1
39) 392.1
45) 4500
48) 4800
50) 501.1
52) 52231.5
TOTAL1533100.0
45) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14N)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)125081.6
-7) D-Don't know8.5
0) 011.7
1) 1271.8
2) 2523.4
3) 3382.5
4) 4322.1
5) 514.9
6) 6181.2
7) 74.3
8) 810.7
9) 93.2
10) 10191.2
12) 126.4
14) 142.1
15) 155.3
16) 161.1
18) 184.3
20) 2012.8
21) 215.3
24) 241.1
25) 254.3
30) 303.2
32) 3200
40) 401.1
60) 6000
80) 802.1
TOTAL1532100.0
46) For the area of arts, culture, public radio or television, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14O)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)139791.1
-7) D-Don't know6.4
0) 07.5
1) 1332.2
2) 212.8
3) 33.2
4) 4191.2
5) 52.1
6) 69.6
7) 700
8) 84.3
10) 105.3
11) 111.1
12) 1214.9
13) 1300
16) 162.1
18) 182.1
20) 201.1
23) 2300
25) 251.1
26) 262.1
30) 302.1
40) 402.1
45) 4500
48) 481.1
50) 5000
52) 529.6
TOTAL1534100.0
47) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14P)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)139791.2
-7) D-Don't know7.5
0) 07.5
1) 1342.2
2) 2191.2
3) 3171.1
4) 412.8
5) 512.8
6) 62.1
7) 72.1
8) 85.3
10) 103.2
12) 124.3
15) 155.3
16) 161.1
20) 201.1
30) 301.1
32) 3200
40) 402.1
72) 721.1
TOTAL1532100.0
48) For the area of work related organizations, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14Q)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)126482.4
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know211.4
0) 010.7
1) 1473.1
2) 2281.8
3) 3201.3
4) 4191.2
5) 53.2
6) 612.8
7) 72.1
8) 811.7
9) 91.1
10) 1011.7
12) 12151
15) 154.3
16) 162.1
17) 1700
18) 182.1
20) 207.5
24) 2411.7
26) 268.5
27) 271.1
30) 304.3
31) 311.1
32) 324.3
36) 362.1
40) 401.1
42) 421.1
48) 481.1
50) 5000
51) 5100
52) 52191.2
TOTAL1534100.0
49) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14R)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)126482.5
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know10.7
0) 09.6
1) 1452.9
2) 2563.7
3) 3261.7
4) 4231.5
5) 5181.2
6) 610.7
8) 8201.3
9) 93.2
10) 1011.7
12) 122.1
14) 147.5
15) 153.2
16) 162.1
18) 182.1
20) 2013.8
21) 212.1
24) 241.1
25) 2500
30) 301.1
40) 402.1
50) 5000
70) 701.1
TOTAL1533100.0
50) For the area of politics, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14S)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)142993.2
-7) D-Don't know10.7
0) 07.5
1) 1181.2
2) 2171.1
3) 310.7
4) 47.5
5) 53.2
6) 610.7
8) 83.2
10) 101.1
11) 111.1
12) 127.5
13) 1300
15) 151.1
16) 161.1
20) 201.1
25) 251.1
30) 3000
32) 321.1
40) 402.1
52) 524.3
TOTAL1534100.0
51) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14T)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)142993.2
-7) D-Don't know11.7
0) 07.5
1) 1211.4
2) 214.9
3) 310.7
4) 47.5
5) 58.5
6) 63.2
7) 72.1
8) 83.2
9) 92.1
10) 105.3
12) 121.1
15) 153.2
16) 161.1
20) 203.2
25) 252.1
35) 351.1
TOTAL1533100.0
52) For the area of youth development or mentoring, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14U)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)123080.2
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know191.2
0) 03.2
1) 1291.9
2) 2201.3
3) 3181.2
4) 4221.4
5) 55.3
6) 6181.2
7) 71.1
8) 811.7
9) 92.1
10) 107.5
11) 111.1
12) 12271.8
13) 1300
15) 152.1
16) 165.3
18) 183.2
20) 2011.7
24) 243.2
25) 253.2
26) 2614.9
27) 2700
28) 281.1
30) 308.5
36) 368.5
39) 3900
40) 4010.7
41) 4100
48) 482.1
50) 503.2
52) 52473.1
TOTAL1533100.0
53) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14V)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)123080.3
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know171.1
0) 03.2
1) 1654.2
2) 2684.4
3) 3362.3
4) 4241.6
5) 5201.3
6) 67.5
7) 75.3
8) 810.7
10) 1011.7
12) 127.5
13) 131.1
14) 141.1
15) 154.3
16) 162.1
18) 182.1
20) 207.5
21) 212.1
25) 252.1
30) 301.1
33) 331.1
36) 3600
39) 392.1
40) 401.1
72) 721.1
80) 801.1
TOTAL1532100.0
54) For the other area you mentioned, during how many weeks did you do volunteer work in that area over the past 12 months? (B14W)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)142392.9
-7) D-Don't know171.1
0) 03.2
1) 1161
2) 25.3
3) 37.5
4) 44.3
6) 67.5
8) 83.2
9) 93.2
10) 101.1
11) 111.1
12) 127.5
13) 132.1
17) 174.3
20) 204.3
24) 242.1
27) 272.1
28) 282.1
30) 302.1
35) 3500
36) 361.1
46) 462.1
52) 5213.8
TOTAL1531100.0
55) In a typical week that you volunteered in this area, about how many hours did you spend doing volunteer work in the area? (B14X)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001)142392.9
-7) D-Don't know151
0) 03.2
1) 1191.2
2) 2161
3) 310.7
4) 4171.1
5) 53.2
6) 67.5
7) 72.1
8) 85.3
10) 104.3
12) 121.1
15) 152.1
16) 161.1
30) 301.1
35) 3500
40) 402.1
42) 421.1
TOTAL1532100.0
56) In the last 12 months, have you volunteered for a one-day or short term service event such as a 'Day of Caring' or a 'Make a Difference Day' or 'MLK Day'? (B015)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable56236.7
-7) D-Don't know151
1) Yes1399.1
5) No81753.3
TOTAL1533100.0
57) About how many hours did you serve during that event or service? (B15A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)137990
-7) D-Don't know12.8
0) 02.1
1) 15.3
2) 2201.3
3) 3312
4) 4221.4
5) 57.5
6) 614.9
7) 72.1
8) 8191.2
9) 91.1
10) 106.4
12) 122.1
16) 163.2
18) 181.1
20) 2000
24) 244.3
30) 301.1
48) 481.1
72) 721.1
TOTAL1533100.0
58) Do you plan to continue to volunteer for the group that organized the event or service? (B15B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable137990
-7) D-Don't know13.8
1) Yes1308.5
5) No11.7
TOTAL1533100.0
59) Was any of the volunteering you did over the past 12 months done with other members of your family? (B016)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N;5 at B015)56236.7
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes42627.8
5) No54135.3
TOTAL1532100.0
60) Was any of the volunteering done for state or local government or a government related organization? For example, did you volunteer for a public school, fire department, or licensing agency, or did you do any work that is often done by government agencies, such as highway clean-up or park service? (B017)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.7
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes29419.2
5) No67444
TOTAL1533100.0
61) How much of your government-related volunteering was done for public schools? Would you say all, most, some, a little, or none? (B17A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N;5 at B017)123780.7
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) All664.3
2) Most523.4
3) Some805.2
4) A little442.9
5) None523.4
TOTAL1533100.0
62) On a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 is not at all effectively and 7 is very effectively, how effectively did the group(s) you volunteered for use your time? (B018)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.6
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know231.5
1) Not at all effectively11.7
2) 2231.5
3) 3231.5
4) 4694.5
5) 521614.1
6) 617311.3
7) Very effectively42527.7
TOTAL1534100.0
63) On a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 is no difference and 7 is a great deal of difference, how much of a difference did your volunteering make? (B019)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.7
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know352.3
1) No difference13.8
2) 2231.5
3) 3322.1
4) 41056.8
5) 525516.6
6) 617711.5
7) A great deal of difference32621.3
TOTAL1533100.0
64) Based on your volunteering experience over the past 12 months, how likely are you to encourage others you know to volunteer? Would you say very likely, somewhat likely, not too likely, or not at all likely? (B020)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.7
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know161
1) Very likely59138.6
2) Somewhat likely30820.1
3) Not too likely322.1
4) Not likely at all201.3
TOTAL1532100.0
65) Next I am going to read some reasons that people have given in the past for why they volunteer. Please tell me how important these reasons are in your decision to volunteer. I feel compassion toward people in need. Would you say the reason is very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (B021)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.7
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know6.4
1) Very important68444.6
2) Somewhat important24315.9
3) Not too important201.3
4) Not at all important161
TOTAL1533100.0
66) I can make new contacts that might help my career. Would you say the reason is very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (B022)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.7
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know12.8
1) Very important26317.2
2) Somewhat important22714.8
3) Not too important19312.6
4) Not at all important27517.9
TOTAL1533100.0
67) It's part of my religious belief or philosophy of life to give help. Would you say the reason is very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important? (B023)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B001-B012)56236.6
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know10.7
1) Very important60439.4
2) Somewhat important24415.9
3) Not too important543.5
4) Not at all important583.8
TOTAL1534100.0
68) Over the past 12 months, did anyone ask you to volunteer? (B024)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes67644.1
5) No85655.8
TOTAL1533100.0
69) In the past 12 months, did you contact any groups or organizations looking for volunteering opportunities? (B025)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes27718.1
5) No125681.9
TOTAL1533100.0
70) Did you do any volunteering based on that contact? (B25A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable125681.9
-8) R-Refused00
1) Yes21414
5) No634.1
TOTAL1533100.0
71) Why didn't you volunteer based on that contact? (B25B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (1;N at B025a)147095.9
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know10.7
-6) O-Other513.3
TOTAL1533100.0
72) Do you belong to a church or synagogue or other place of worship? (B026)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes94361.5
5) No58538.2
TOTAL1533100.0
73) Do you belong to any other groups? (B027)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes28318.5
5) No124581.2
TOTAL1533100.0
74) Other than attending religious services, how often do you attend meetings of any groups you belong to? Would you say never, less than once a month, one to three times a month, once a week, or several times a week? (B27A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable(5 at B027)124581.2
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Never251.6
2) Less than once a month372.4
3) 1-3 times a month1268.2
4) Once a week593.8
5) Several times a week382.5
TOTAL1533100.0
75) Over the past 12 months, have you given money to a church, synagogue or place of worship? (B028)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
1) Yes95662.4
5) No57337.4
TOTAL1533100.0
76) How much have you given to those groups over the past 12 months? (B28A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable(5 at B028)57337.4
-8) R-Refused1338.7
-7) D-Don't know23615.4
0) 08.5
3) 300
5) 55.3
8) 800
10) 1012.8
12) 122.1
13) 132.1
15) 151.1
20) 20281.8
25) 254.3
30) 303.2
35) 352.1
40) 4012.8
45) 454.3
50) 50231.5
52) 5200
60) 605.3
70) 704.3
75) 757.5
80) 806.4
90) 901.1
99) 992.1
100) 100483.1
120) 12013.8
125) 1252.1
126) 1262.1
150) 150201.3
160) 1603.2
180) 1802.1
199) 1991.1
200) 200412.7
208) 2082.1
240) 2403.2
250) 250161
260) 2602.1
300) 300281.8
350) 3501.1
360) 3601.1
400) 4006.4
480) 4809.6
500) 500372.4
520) 5207.5
540) 5401.1
550) 5503.2
600) 60013.8
700) 7009.6
720) 7202.1
750) 7501.1
780) 7801.1
800) 8001.1
850) 8502.1
900) 9002.1
960) 9606.4
1000) 1000302
1040) 10402.1
1200) 120013.8
1300) 130000
1400) 14004.3
1500) 150013.8
1660) 16602.1
1800) 180000
2000) 2000221.4
2200) 22001.1
2400) 24002.1
2500) 25008.5
2760) 27601.1
3000) 3000181.2
3500) 35002.1
4000) 400011.7
4200) 42001.1
4500) 45004.3
5000) 50009.6
5300) 53001.1
5500) 55001.1
6000) 60006.4
6500) 65001.1
7000) 70002.1
8000) 80003.2
9000) 90003.2
10000) 100007.5
11000) 110001.1
12000) 120003.2
15000) 150002.1
16000) 1600000
17000) 170001.1
20000) 200001.1
TOTAL1533100.0
77) Over the past 12 months, have you given money to any other groups or organizations? (B029)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know5.3
1) Yes63441.3
5) No88857.9
TOTAL1534100.0
78) How much money have you given to all of those other groups or organizations in the past 12 months? (B29A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B029)88857.9
-8) R-Refused795.1
-7) D-Don't know1157.5
0) 02.1
1) 11.1
2) 23.2
3) 32.1
5) 52.1
8) 800
10) 108.5
12) 122.1
15) 156.4
20) 20191.2
21) 212.1
24) 241.1
25) 25191.2
26) 2600
30) 30191.2
35) 356.4
40) 409.6
42) 4200
45) 451.1
50) 50543.5
60) 607.5
70) 701.1
75) 755.3
80) 805.3
96) 962.1
100) 100533.5
110) 1101.1
120) 1207.5
123) 1231.1
125) 1251.1
150) 150171.1
175) 1751.1
180) 1801.1
200) 200332.2
210) 21000
240) 2402.1
250) 2508.5
260) 2601.1
275) 2752.1
300) 300201.3
320) 3201.1
350) 3503.2
360) 3601.1
400) 40010.7
450) 4504.3
480) 4801.1
500) 500302
520) 5201.1
550) 55000
600) 6005.3
700) 7003.2
750) 7501.1
800) 8002.1
850) 8501.1
900) 9001.1
1000) 1000231.5
1050) 105000
1100) 110000
1200) 12006.4
1250) 12501.1
1400) 14001.1
1500) 15006.4
1800) 18001.1
2000) 20008.5
2200) 220000
2500) 25001.1
3000) 30003.2
4000) 40003.2
4999) 499900
5000) 50009.6
7500) 75001.1
10000) 100001.1
TOTAL1534100.0
79) During the past 12 months have you been approached by a stranger for money or other assistance? (B030)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused00
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes81753.3
5) No71346.5
TOTAL1533100.0
80) Did you provide help any of the times you were approached? (B30A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable(5 at B030)71346.5
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Yes57637.5
5) No24215.8
TOTAL1534100.0
81) In this next portion of the interview I'd like to ask you some questions about your attitudes towards issues affecting the community and your own life in general. For each of the following statements, please tell me how much you agree or disagree. We all have the right to concern ourselves with our own goals first and foremost, rather than the problems of other people. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with this statement? (C001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know271.8
1) Strongly agree21113.8
2) Agree75949.5
3) Neutral956.2
4) Disagree37024.1
5) Strongly disagree684.4
TOTAL1534100.0
82) It is in my power to do things that improve the welfare of others. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know171.1
1) Strongly agree35923.4
2) Agree95662.3
3) Neutral624
4) Disagree1258.1
5) Strongly disagree9.6
TOTAL1534100.0
83) I feel a deep sense of responsibility for reducing suffering in the world. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know221.4
1) Strongly agree24616
2) Agree81953.4
3) Neutral1288.3
4) Disagree29519.2
5) Strongly disagree221.4
TOTAL1533100.0
84) I am lacking in companionship. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know9.6
1) Strongly agree624
2) Agree27718.1
3) Neutral271.8
4) Disagree78451.2
5) Strongly disagree36924.1
TOTAL1532100.0
85) I feel isolated from others. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Strongly agree221.4
2) Agree17611.5
3) Neutral291.9
4) Disagree88457.7
5) Strongly disagree41827.3
TOTAL1532100.0
86) The really good things that happen to me are mostly luck. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know6.4
1) Strongly agree543.5
2) Agree25616.7
3) Neutral483.1
4) Disagree85155.5
5) Strongly disagree31520.6
TOTAL1532100.0
87) I am responsible for my own success. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know10.7
1) Strongly agree42928
2) Agree93761.1
3) Neutral302
4) Disagree1046.8
5) Strongly disagree221.4
TOTAL1533100.0
88) I can do just about anything I set my mind to. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know8.5
1) Strongly agree41827.3
2) Agree88157.5
3) Neutral573.7
4) Disagree1439.3
5) Strongly disagree211.4
TOTAL1533100.0
89) Most of my problems are due to bad breaks. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know8.5
1) Strongly agree352.3
2) Agree21714.2
3) Neutral463
4) Disagree96062.6
5) Strongly disagree26317.2
TOTAL1533100.0
90) I have little control over the bad things that happen to me. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know211.4
1) Strongly agree422.7
2) Agree36824
3) Neutral795.2
4) Disagree78251
5) Strongly disagree23615.4
TOTAL1532100.0
91) My misfortunes are the result of mistakes I have made. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused8.5
-7) D-Don't know231.5
1) Strongly agree15810.3
2) Agree80652.5
3) Neutral905.9
4) Disagree39926
5) Strongly disagree503.3
TOTAL1534100.0
92) There is no sense in planning a lot--if something good is going to happen it will. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with this statement? (C012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know271.8
1) Strongly agree624
2) Agree50633
3) Neutral624
4) Disagree67243.9
5) Strongly disagree20113.1
TOTAL1532100.0
93) I am responsible for my failures. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C013)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know161
1) Strongly agree24916.2
2) Agree110271.9
3) Neutral402.6
4) Disagree1177.6
5) Strongly disagree6.4
TOTAL1533100.0
94) Violence deserves retaliation with violence. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C014)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know191.2
1) Strongly agree352.3
2) Agree1298.4
3) Neutral714.6
4) Disagree92360.2
5) Strongly disagree34822.7
TOTAL1534100.0
95) It is sometimes necessary for individuals to use violence against other individuals to prevent future violence. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C015)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused10.7
-7) D-Don't know271.8
1) Strongly agree674.4
2) Agree47731.1
3) Neutral865.6
4) Disagree66643.4
5) Strongly disagree20113.1
TOTAL1534100.0
96) It is sometimes necessary to discipline a child with a good hard spanking. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C016)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused12.8
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Strongly agree1248.1
2) Agree66843.6
3) Neutral815.3
4) Disagree53034.6
5) Strongly disagree1157.5
TOTAL1532100.0
97) A person should have the right to kill another person to defend oneself or one's family. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C017)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused171.1
-7) D-Don't know442.9
1) Strongly agree19412.7
2) Agree68744.8
3) Neutral1066.9
4) Disagree38525.1
5) Strongly disagree1006.5
TOTAL1533100.0
98) People who have incurable diseases should be allowed by law to let their doctors end their lives by some painless means when they and their families want to do so. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C018)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused151
-7) D-Don't know553.6
1) Strongly agree1308.5
2) Agree68144.5
3) Neutral1207.8
4) Disagree42427.7
5) Strongly disagree1077
TOTAL1532100.0
99) A pregnant woman should be able to obtain a legal abortion for any reason whatsoever if she chooses not to have a baby. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C019)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused161
-7) D-Don't know372.4
1) Strongly agree956.2
2) Agree38425
3) Neutral1077
4) Disagree60739.6
5) Strongly disagree28718.7
TOTAL1533100.0
100) The government should be allowed to seek the death penalty for people who are convicted of murder. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (C020)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused231.5
-7) D-Don't know402.6
1) Strongly agree19512.7
2) Agree74648.7
3) Neutral885.7
4) Disagree38024.8
5) Strongly disagree614
TOTAL1533100.0
101) In this next section I'm going to ask you some questions about your physical and mental health. As you may know, health and health-related issues are becoming more and more important in Texas. So, we are asking these questions to get a better sense of how Texans are doing in this area. First, how would you rate your physical health at the present time? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (D001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Excellent27918.2
2) Very good44729.2
3) Good47631.1
4) Fair24916.2
5) Poor795.2
TOTAL1533100.0
102) How would you rate your dental health, that is, the condition of your mouth, teeth, and gums? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (D002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Excellent24315.8
2) Very good33321.7
3) Good52634.3
4) Fair28518.6
5) Poor1409.1
TOTAL1534100.0
103) How tall are you without shoes? (D003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know412.7
1) Feet140791.8
7) Centimeters765
TOTAL1533100.0
104) Height (in centimeters) (D03A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (1, D, R at D003)145795
-7) D-Don't know3.2
105) 1052.1
118) 11800
140) 1403.2
150) 1506.4
152) 1523.2
153) 1532.1
155) 1552.1
156) 1567.5
158) 1586.4
159) 1592.1
160) 1604.3
162) 1621.1
163) 1631.1
164) 1645.3
165) 1651.1
168) 1688.5
170) 1702.1
172) 1721.1
175) 1752.1
176) 1764.3
178) 1781.1
180) 1804.3
183) 1834.3
185) 1852.1
250) 2501.1
TOTAL1534100.0
105) Height (in feet) (D03B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (7, D, R at D003)1268.2
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know7.5
4) Four feet302
5) Five feet114874.8
6) Six feet22014.3
TOTAL1534100.0
106) Height (in inches) (D03C)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (7, D, R at D003)1268.2
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know13.8
0) Zero1529.9
1) One inch815.3
2) Two inches16911
3) Three inches1308.5
4) Four inches15310
5) Five inches1238
6) Six inches1036.7
7) Seven inches1016.6
8) Eight inches996.5
9) Nine inches905.9
10) Ten inches835.4
11) Eleven inches1056.9
TOTAL1532100.0
107) How much do you weigh without shoes? (In pounds) (D004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused402.6
-7) D-Don't know422.8
72) 724.3
79) 791.1
85) 853.2
94) 941.1
95) 953.2
98) 9800
100) 1006.4
101) 1012.1
104) 1043.2
105) 10510.7
106) 1061.1
107) 1071.1
108) 1083.2
110) 110221.4
112) 1125.3
113) 1135.3
114) 1141.1
115) 115171.1
116) 1161.1
117) 1174.3
118) 1185.3
119) 1191.1
120) 120382.5
121) 1211.1
122) 1221.1
123) 1234.3
124) 1241.1
125) 125201.3
127) 1273.2
128) 128171.1
130) 130664.3
131) 1311.1
132) 1325.3
133) 1332.1
134) 1343.2
135) 135352.3
136) 1369.6
137) 1375.3
138) 1388.5
139) 13900
140) 140795.2
141) 1412.1
142) 1428.5
143) 1439.6
144) 1442.1
145) 145503.3
146) 1463.2
147) 1472.1
148) 1486.4
149) 1491.1
150) 150654.3
151) 1512.1
152) 1525.3
153) 15310.7
154) 1545.3
155) 155271.8
156) 1567.5
157) 1571.1
158) 158151
159) 1593.2
160) 160724.7
161) 1611.1
162) 1625.3
163) 1634.3
164) 1642.1
165) 165392.6
166) 1665.3
167) 1672.1
168) 1686.4
169) 1692.1
170) 170573.7
172) 1722.1
173) 1733.2
174) 1742.1
175) 175332.2
176) 1761.1
177) 1773.2
178) 17813.9
179) 1792.1
180) 180986.4
181) 1811.1
182) 1827.5
183) 18300
184) 1842.1
185) 185352.3
187) 1871.1
188) 1882.1
190) 190483.1
192) 1921.1
193) 1931.1
194) 1943.2
195) 195211.4
196) 1968.5
197) 19700
198) 19810.7
200) 200664.3
201) 2012.1
203) 2032.1
204) 2044.3
205) 205201.3
206) 2064.3
207) 2072.1
208) 2082.1
209) 2091.1
210) 210211.4
212) 2121.1
213) 2131.1
214) 2142.1
215) 21511.7
216) 2165.3
218) 2181.1
220) 220442.9
222) 2224.3
223) 2232.1
225) 2257.5
230) 230171.1
233) 23300
235) 2354.3
240) 240241.6
242) 2421.1
245) 2453.2
248) 2486.4
250) 250221.4
252) 2521.1
258) 2581.1
260) 2608.5
261) 2611.1
265) 2652.1
270) 2704.3
272) 27200
273) 2731.1
275) 2751.1
280) 2807.5
285) 28500
288) 2881.1
289) 2891.1
290) 2903.2
295) 2952.1
297) 2971.1
300) 3007.5
320) 3201.1
350) 35000
388) 38800
555) 55512.8
TOTAL1527100.0
108) How much do you weigh without shoes? (In kilograms) (D04A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (1-9, D, R at D004)152199.2
50) 501.1
55) 551.1
60) 6000
65) 651.1
68) 682.1
69) 692.1
73) 732.1
78) 781.1
80) 802.1
TOTAL1533100.0
109) How would you rate your weight? Would you say you are very underweight, somewhat underweight, just about right, somewhat overweight, or very overweight? (D005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused10.7
-7) D-Don't know7.5
1) Very underweight2.1
2) Somewhat underweight754.9
3) Just about right64141.8
4) Somewhat overweight62941
5) Very overweight17011.1
TOTAL1534100.0
110) Have you had a general physical exam by a doctor or other health professional when you were feeling well in the past 12 months? (D006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
1) Yes97563.6
5) No55536.2
TOTAL1532100.0
111) How about a routine dental cleaning or exam in the past 12 months? (D007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know5.3
1) Yes89458.3
5) No63041.1
TOTAL1533100.0
112) Have you wanted to see a doctor or other health professional but were unable to due to cost or other factors (during the past 12 months)? (D008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes51333.5
5) No101366.1
TOTAL1533100.0
113) Has a doctor or other health professional prescribed any medications to you for a health problem during the past 12 months? (D009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Yes88457.7
5) No64241.9
TOTAL1532100.0
114) Did you delay filling or not getting any of your prescribed medicines? (D09A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at D009)64241.9
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Yes17811.6
5) No70646.1
TOTAL1533100.0
115) Overall, how well did you follow the instructions for taking your medicines? Would you say you did an excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor job of following the instructions? (D09B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at D009)64241.9
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know161
1) Excellent40926.7
2) Very good20713.5
3) Good16710.9
4) Fair583.8
5) Poor291.9
TOTAL1533100.0
116) On how many days in a typical week do you take part in strenuous activities like running, swimming, chopping wood, bicycling, lifting weights, playing tennis, or doing aerobics? (E001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know5.3
0) 065242.6
1) 11248.1
2) 215310
3) 321313.9
4) 4996.5
5) 51046.8
6) 6261.7
7) 71509.8
TOTAL1531100.0
117) In a typical week, on how many days do you engage in moderate exercise like playing golf, bowling, dancing, working in the yard, or gardening, but not including walking for exercise? (E002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know5.3
0) 042827.9
1) 130620
2) 229319.1
3) 316911
4) 4624
5) 5855.5
6) 6201.3
7) 715910.4
TOTAL1532100.0
118) In a typical week, on how many days do you take walks, including walking to work, for exercise or for pleasure? (E003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know5.3
0) 041326.9
1) 116410.7
2) 217711.5
3) 317911.7
4) 41006.5
5) 51529.9
6) 6291.9
7) 731120.3
TOTAL1534100.0
119) In a typical week, on how many night do you go to bars or clubs to drink, dance or socialize? (E004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
0) 0121078.9
1) 121514
2) 2744.8
3) 3221.4
4) 47.5
5) 51.1
7) 71.1
TOTAL1534100.0
120) In a typical week, on how many days do you eat between meals? (E005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know302
0) 037524.5
1) 1724.7
2) 221213.8
3) 315510.1
4) 4765
5) 5573.7
6) 6211.4
7) 753134.6
TOTAL1533100.0
121) In a typical week, on how many days do you eat food prepared outside of your home? (E006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know5.3
0) 021814.2
1) 139525.8
2) 234922.8
3) 318912.3
4) 41077
5) 51046.8
6) 6312
7) 71318.5
TOTAL1533100.0
122) Overall, how would you rate the quality of your daily diet? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor? (E007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Excellent1097.1
2) Very good26117
3) Good57237.3
4) Fair44429
5) Poor1419.2
TOTAL1533100.0
123) How would you rate your sleep quality overall for the past 30 days? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor? (E008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
1) Excellent15310
2) Very good26217.1
3) Good51333.5
4) Fair35923.4
5) Poor24315.9
TOTAL1533100.0
124) Do you regularly take vitamins or other dietary supplements for your health? (E009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
1) Yes71946.9
5) No81152.9
TOTAL1533100.0
125) Are you a current smoker, a former smoker or have you never smoked? (E010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Current smoker36423.7
3) Former smoker38224.9
5) You have never smoked78150.9
TOTAL1533100.0
126) In the past 12 months, have you had at least 12 drinks of any alcoholic beverages? By a 'drink' we mean things like a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, or a mixed drink. (E011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes69945.6
5) No82954.1
TOTAL1532100.0
127) How many days did you drink beer, wine or liquor over the past 30 days? (E11A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at E011)82954.1
-8) R-Refused4.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
0) 0533.5
1) 1936.1
2) 21036.7
3) 3805.2
4) 4754.9
5) 5573.7
6) 6221.4
7) 7161
8) 8271.8
9) 93.2
10) 10332.2
12) 12181.2
14) 141.1
15) 15302
16) 162.1
17) 171.1
18) 184.3
20) 20302
21) 2100
22) 2200
23) 232.1
25) 256.4
28) 282.1
29) 292.1
30) 30392.5
TOTAL1533100.0
128) On those days that you drank alcohol, about how many drinks did you usually have? (E11B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at E011)88257.5
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know11.7
0) 05.3
1) 11358.8
2) 216110.5
3) 31187.7
4) 4644.2
5) 5392.5
6) 6563.7
7) 7171.1
8) 8251.6
9) 91.1
10) 102.1
11) 112.1
12) 129.6
24) 241.1
30) 3000
TOTAL1533100.0
129) In the past 30 days, what is the largest number of drinks you had in any single day? (E11C)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at E011)88257.6
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know10.7
0) 02.1
1) 1704.6
2) 21127.3
3) 31026.7
4) 4744.8
5) 5563.7
6) 6543.5
7) 7322.1
8) 8392.5
9) 98.5
10) 10241.6
12) 12312
13) 133.2
15) 156.4
16) 162.1
17) 1700
18) 181.1
20) 2013.8
24) 244.3
25) 252.1
TOTAL1532100.0
130) Do you always wear a seatbelt when driving or riding in the front passenger seat of a car? (E012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
1) Yes141592.3
5) No1167.6
TOTAL1533100.0
131) In the past 12 months, have you had any accidents that caused injuries to you that you felt needed medical treatment, even if you did not seek it? (E013)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes1167.6
5) No141392.2
TOTAL1532100.0
132) Thank you for answering these questions about your physical health and health-related activities. Now I'd like to follow-up with some questions on your mental health. Overall, how would you rate your mental health at the present time? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (F001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know10.7
1) Excellent59038.4
2) Very good42227.5
3) Good36023.5
4) Fair1177.6
5) Poor312
TOTAL1535100.0
133) How satisfied are you with your life overall? Would you say you are very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, not too satisfied, or not at all satisfied? (F002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Very satisfied75149
2) Somewhat satisfied64942.3
3) Not too satisfied1077
4) Not at all satisfied171.1
TOTAL1533100.0
134) Next is a list of emotional and physical feelings that people sometimes have. After each one, please indicate how often you felt that way during the past 30 days. The best answer is usually the one that comes to your mind first, so do not spend too much time on any one statement. In the past 30 days, how often did you feel so sad that nothing could cheer you up? Would you say very often, often, sometimes, rarely or never? (F003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know5.3
1) Very often593.8
2) Often845.5
3) Sometimes27918.2
4) Rarely43628.4
5) Never66543.4
TOTAL1534100.0
135) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel nervous? Would you say very often, often, sometimes, rarely or never? (F004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Very often825.3
2) Often1288.3
3) Sometimes37224.3
4) Rarely46530.3
5) Never47931.2
TOTAL1533100.0
136) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel restless or fidgety? Would you say very often, often, sometimes, rarely or never? (F005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know00
1) Very often1137.4
2) Often15510.1
3) Sometimes36523.8
4) Rarely42427.7
5) Never46930.6
TOTAL1533100.0
137) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel hopeless? (F006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
1) Very often422.7
2) Often442.9
3) Sometimes1308.5
4) Rarely27517.9
5) Never103667.5
TOTAL1534100.0
138) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel that everything was an effort? (F007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know11.7
1) Very often1207.8
2) Often1499.7
3) Sometimes33121.6
4) Rarely35223
5) Never56336.7
TOTAL1533100.0
139) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel worthless? (F008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused10.7
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Very often281.8
2) Often302
3) Sometimes1308.5
4) Rarely20813.6
5) Never112573.4
TOTAL1533100.0
140) In the past 30 days, how often did you have shortness of breath or trouble breathing? (F009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
1) Very often473.1
2) Often543.5
3) Sometimes1409.1
4) Rarely19212.5
5) Never109471.4
TOTAL1533100.0
141) In the past 30 days, how often did you feel numbness or tingling in parts of your body? (F010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Very often825.3
2) Often694.5
3) Sometimes19312.6
4) Rarely19412.7
5) Never98464.2
TOTAL1533100.0
142) In the past 30 days, how often did you sweat, but not due to heat or exercise? (F011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know5.3
1) Very often634.1
2) Often644.2
3) Sometimes1459.5
4) Rarely22014.3
5) Never103067.1
TOTAL1534100.0
143) During the past 12 months, have you seen anyone for a personal or mental problem--someone like a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, or clergy member? (F012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes1077
5) No141992.5
TOTAL1534100.0
144) What kind of professional did you see? (F012A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at F012)141992.5
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know1.1
-6) O-Other1.1
1) Psychiatrist442.9
2) Psychologist211.4
3) Medical doctor8.5
4) Social worker5.3
5) Counselor12.8
6) A nurse, occupational therapist or other health professional5.3
7) Pastor, priest, minister, rabbi, or other clergy member11.7
TOTAL1534100.0
145) Thanks for answering my questions so far. We are nearing the end of the interview. This next section focuses on your religious activities and beliefs. Religion affects people's lives and communities on a daily basis, so we want to learn more about the role it plays in your life. How often do you attend religious services? Would you say never, less than once a month, 1 to 3 times a month, once a week or several times a week? (G001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Never29619.3
2) Less than once a month20913.6
3) 1-3 times a month35323
4) Once a week42928
5) Several times a week23915.6
TOTAL1532100.0
146) How often do you take part in the activities and organizations of a church or place of worship other than attending services? Would you say never, less than once a month, 1 to 3 times a month, once a week or several times a week? (G002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused5.3
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Never71646.7
2) Less than once a month22414.6
3) 1-3 times a month28618.7
4) Once a week17211.2
5) Several times a week1298.4
TOTAL1533100.0
147) How often do you pray? Would you say never, less than once a week, once or more a week, once a day, or several times a day? (G003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know3.2
1) Never976.3
2) Less than once a week986.4
3) Once or more a week24616.1
4) Once a day60839.7
5) Several times a day47130.7
TOTAL1532100.0
148) How often do you read the Bible or other religious scripture by yourself or with a small group? Would you say never, less than once a week, once or more a week, once a day, or several times a day? (G004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Never43328.2
2) Less than once a week33021.5
3) Once or more a week42527.7
4) Once a day24315.9
5) Several times a day926
TOTAL1533100.0
149) How often do you watch religious programs on TV, listen to religious programs on the radio, or listen to religious tapes or CD's? Would you say never, less than once a week, once or more a week, once a day, or several times a day? (G005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Never69545.4
2) Less than once a week23315.2
3) Once or more a week35523.2
4) Once a day1248.1
5) Several times a day1177.6
TOTAL1532100.0
150) How often do you read religious material other than the Bible or other religious scriptures, such as books about the Bible, religious fiction, religious magazines, or newsletters from your church or other religious organizations? (G006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) Never60139.2
2) Less than once a week37424.4
3) Once or more a week41527.1
4) Once a day936.1
5) Several times a day412.7
TOTAL1534100.0
151) How often do you meditate? (G007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know332.2
1) Never64041.7
2) Less than once a week18311.9
3) Once or more a week24516
4) Once a day29719.4
5) Several times a day1268.2
TOTAL1533100.0
152) What is your religious preference? Is it Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion? (G008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused161
-7) D-Don't know181.2
-6) O-Other21514
1) Protestant64842.3
2) Catholic48431.6
3) Jewish8.5
4) None1449.4
TOTAL1533100.0
153) What specific denomination, if any? (G08A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (2-5 D,R AT G008)88557.8
-8) R-Refused8.5
-7) D-Don't know614
-6) O-Other926
10) Baptists-American Baptist Association744.8
11) American Baptist Churches in the USA6.4
12) National Baptist Convention Of America5.3
13) National Baptist Convention, USA Inc.3.2
14) Southern Baptist Convention1066.9
15) Other Baptist churches151
16) Baptist, don't know which261.7
17) Methodist, AME Church161
19) United Methodist Church281.8
20) Other Methodist Church5.3
21) Methodist, don't know which9.6
22) Lutheran, American Lutheran201.3
23) Lutheran Church in America5.3
24) Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod5.3
25) Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod4.3
26) Other Lutheran Churches2.1
27) Evangelical Lutheran2.1
28) Lutheran, don't know which7.5
29) Presbyterian, Presbyterian Church in the USA5.3
30) Unites Presbyterian Church in the USA2.1
31) Other Presbyterian churches4.3
32) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)9.6
33) Presbyterian, don't know which10.7
34) Episcopal Church14.9
36) No denominational given463
37) Non-denominational church573.7
38) Interdenominational church1.1
TOTAL1532100.0
154) The next few questions focus on your religious beliefs. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. The Bible is God's word and everything happened or will happen exactly as it says. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (G009)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused241.6
-7) D-Don't know191.2
1) Strongly agree46930.6
2) Agree70546
3) Neutral674.4
4) Disagree16010.4
5) Strongly disagree895.8
TOTAL1533100.0
155) There is a hell. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (G010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused281.8
-7) D-Don't know452.9
1) Strongly agree45729.8
2) Agree75349.1
3) Neutral754.9
4) Disagree1429.3
5) Strongly disagree342.2
TOTAL1534100.0
156) Immoral actions by one person can corrupt society in general. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (G011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused291.9
-7) D-Don't know533.5
1) Strongly agree15410.1
2) Agree81353.1
3) Neutral442.9
4) Disagree36924.1
5) Strongly disagree704.6
TOTAL1532100.0
157) Those who violate God's rules must be punished. Do you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree? (G012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused553.6
-7) D-Don't know593.8
1) Strongly agree905.9
2) Agree65943
3) Neutral1348.7
4) Disagree47130.7
5) Strongly disagree664.3
TOTAL1534100.0
158) Now think of a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 means people are 'perverse and corrupt' and 7 means that people are 'basically good.' Where would you place your own view of people in general on this scale? (G013)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused312
-7) D-Don't know593.9
1) Perverse and corrupt825.4
2) 2412.7
3) 31077
4) 428218.4
5) 547030.7
6) 621414
7) Basically good24616.1
TOTAL1532100.0
159) On a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 means the 'world is filled with evil and sin' and 7 means 'there is much goodness in the world,' where would you place your own view of the world on this scale? (G014)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused281.8
-7) D-Don't know402.6
1) World evil1187.7
2) 2624
3) 315310
4) 433822.1
5) 543828.6
6) 616210.6
7) Goodness in the world19312.6
TOTAL1532100.0
160) On a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 is not at all religious and 7 is very religious, how religious would you say you are? (G015)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused251.6
-7) D-Don't know312
1) Not at all religious936.1
2) 2754.9
3) 31197.8
4) 426017
5) 542627.8
6) 623515.3
7) Very religious26917.5
TOTAL1533100.0
161) On a scale from 1 to 7 where 1 is not at all spiritual and 7 is very spiritual, how spiritual would you say you are? (G016)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused211.4
-7) D-Don't know261.7
1) Not at all spiritual724.7
2) 2412.7
3) 31258.1
4) 420913.6
5) 539025.4
6) 627417.9
7) Very spiritual37624.5
TOTAL1534100.0
162) Discussing religion can be difficult for some at times, so thanks for answering those questions. In this last section, I need to ask you a few background questions. First, how old are you? (H001)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused302
-7) D-Don't know00
18) 18644.2
19) 19483.1
20) 20412.7
21) 21442.9
22) 22523.4
23) 23291.9
24) 24221.4
25) 25161
26) 26302
27) 27302
28) 28342.2
29) 29322.1
30) 30352.3
31) 31231.5
32) 32352.3
33) 33312
34) 34382.5
35) 35241.6
36) 36382.5
37) 37332.2
38) 38271.8
39) 39372.4
40) 40332.2
41) 41322.1
42) 42422.7
43) 43251.6
44) 44422.7
45) 45291.9
46) 46261.7
47) 47201.3
48) 48251.6
49) 49322.1
50) 50251.6
51) 5112.8
52) 52281.8
53) 53191.2
54) 54181.2
55) 55191.2
56) 56191.2
57) 57241.6
58) 5813.8
59) 599.6
60) 60211.4
61) 616.4
62) 6212.8
63) 63161
64) 6413.8
65) 6512.8
66) 6612.8
67) 677.5
68) 6812.8
69) 6910.7
70) 7014.9
71) 7111.7
72) 724.3
73) 7313.8
74) 748.5
75) 759.6
76) 7611.7
77) 772.1
78) 787.5
79) 797.5
80) 8012.8
81) 812.1
82) 822.1
83) 833.2
84) 843.2
86) 862.1
87) 872.1
88) 887.5
89) 892.1
90) 903.2
94) 943.2
TOTAL1533100.0
163) Are you of Spanish or Hispanic origin or descent? (H002)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes60439.4
5) No91959.9
TOTAL1533100.0
164) Would you describe your Hispanic origin as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Latin American, Central American, Spanish, or something else? (H02A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at H002)91959.9
-8) R-Refused11.7
-7) D-Don't know9.6
-6) Other211.4
1) Mexican47931.2
2) Puerto Rican4.3
3) Cuban1.1
4) Latin American241.6
5) Central American362.3
6) Spanish302
TOTAL1534100.0
165) What is your race? (H02B)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused8.5
-7) D-Don't know2.1
-6) Undetermined342.2
1) Black16710.9
2) Asian241.6
3) Native American6.4
4) White72947.6
5) Hispanic or Latino56336.7
TOTAL1533100.0
166) Are you married now and living with your spouse--or are you widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never married? (H003)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused8.5
1) Married81553.2
2) Widowed1016.6
3) Divorced1238
4) Separated563.7
5) Never Married36123.5
6) Partnered, not married493.2
7) Married, not living with spouse201.3
TOTAL1533100.0
167) How many children have you given birth to/fathered? (H004)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused9.6
0) 040026.1
1) 127517.9
2) 238525.1
3) 323715.5
4) 41228
5) 5392.5
6) 6352.3
7) 7181.2
8) 83.2
9) 92.1
10) 108.5
TOTAL1533100.0
168) How many children currently live in your household? Please include all natural, adopted, foster, and stepchildren. (H005)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused10.7
0) 072747.5
1) 131520.6
2) 226717.4
3) 31268.2
4) 4644.2
5) 5191.2
6) 61.1
7) 71.1
10) 102.1
TOTAL1532100.0
169) What is the highest degree of schooling that you have earned? (H006)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know4.3
1) None41126.8
2) High School Diploma69545.3
3) GED (General Equivalency)412.7
4) Associate Degree (AA)694.5
5) Bachelor's Degree21113.8
6) Master's Degree805.2
7) PhD, LIT, SCD, DFA, DLIT, DPH, DPHL, JSC13.8
8) LLB, JDe2.1
9) MD, DDS, DVM, MVSA, DSC, DO1.1
TOTAL1533100.0
170) What is the highest degree of schooling that your father completed? (H007)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know26317.2
1) None54235.4
2) High School Diploma40526.4
3) GED (General Equivalency)151
4) Associate Degree (AA)523.4
5) Bachelor's Degree17811.6
6) Master's Degree473.1
7) PhD, LIT, SCD, DFA, DLIT, DPH, DPHL, JSC191.2
8) LLB, JDe2.1
9) MD, DDS, DVM, MVSA, DSC, DO3.2
TOTAL1533100.0
171) What is the highest degree of schooling that your mother completed? (H008)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know1399.1
1) None54435.5
2) High School Diploma51533.6
3) GED (General Equivalency)251.6
4) Associate Degree (AA)744.8
5) Bachelor's Degree15310
6) Master's Degree463
7) PhD, LIT, SCD, DFA, DLIT, DPH, DPHL, JSC8.5
8) LLB, JDe211.4
9) MD, DDS, DVM, MVSA, DSC, DO2.1
TOTAL1533100.0
172) What is the highest degree of schooling your spouse completed? (H009)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (2-7, R at H003)71846.8
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know13.8
1) None19913
2) High School Diploma31020.2
3) GED (General Equivalency)11.7
4) Associate Degree (AA)624
5) Bachelor's Degree16210.6
6) Master's Degree442.9
7) PhD, LIT, SCD, DFA, DLIT, DPH, DPHL, JSC7.5
8) LLB, JDe2.1
9) MD, DDS, DVM, MVSA, DSC, DO3.2
TOTAL1533100.0
173) Now I'd like to know a little about your work status. Are you working now for pay, looking for work, retired from a paid job, keeping house, a student or something else? (H010)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know1.1
-6) Other251.6
1) Working now83254.2
2) Temporarily laid off10.7
3) Unemployed/looking for work1157.5
4) Retired19612.8
5) Permanently disabled503.3
6) Homemaker20013
7) Student996.5
TOTAL1534100.0
174) On the average, how many hours a week do you work, including paid and unpaid overtime? (H10A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (2-7,O, D, R at H010)70145.9
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know161
0) 03.2
2) 21.1
4) 41.1
5) 500
6) 62.1
8) 87.5
9) 91.1
10) 104.3
11) 1100
12) 1200
14) 141.1
15) 158.5
17) 173.2
18) 185.3
19) 193.2
20) 20312
21) 219.6
22) 221.1
23) 2300
24) 242.1
25) 25181.2
26) 262.1
28) 281.1
30) 30432.8
31) 311.1
32) 325.3
34) 341.1
35) 35271.8
36) 3614.9
37) 371.1
38) 386.4
40) 4026417.3
41) 413.2
42) 4210.7
43) 433.2
44) 448.5
45) 45593.9
46) 466.4
47) 474.3
48) 48181.2
50) 501087.1
52) 523.2
53) 532.1
54) 543.2
55) 55171.1
56) 562.1
60) 60523.4
62) 623.2
63) 631.1
65) 6514.9
68) 682.1
70) 708.5
72) 721.1
80) 8011.7
82) 8200
85) 851.1
90) 901.1
92) 921.1
98) 983.2
99) 991.1
TOTAL1528100.0
175) Including paid vacation and sick leave, how many weeks altogether were you employed during the last 12 months? (H10B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable70145.7
-8) R-Refused1.1
-7) D-Don't know241.6
0) 0161
1) 11.1
2) 25.3
3) 31.1
5) 51.1
7) 71.1
8) 84.3
10) 101.1
11) 111.1
12) 125.3
14) 1400
15) 151.1
16) 164.3
17) 172.1
18) 182.1
20) 206.4
21) 2100
22) 221.1
24) 243.2
25) 2500
26) 26211.4
27) 272.1
28) 288.5
30) 308.5
32) 328.5
35) 352.1
36) 3613.8
38) 3800
39) 392.1
40) 4012.8
41) 4100
42) 422.1
43) 4300
44) 448.5
45) 456.4
46) 462.1
47) 471.1
48) 48161
49) 499.6
50) 508.5
51) 518.5
52) 5261640.2
TOTAL1533100.0
176) What is you occupation on your job now? What sort of work do you do? (H10C)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N at H10a)70145.8
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know3.2
-6) O-Other82553.9
TOTAL1532100.0
177) What kind of business or industry is that in? (Probe for detailed information about the product made where R works, or the kind of service provided; For example, what do they make or where do you work?) (H10D)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N at H10a)70145.7
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know14.9
-6) O-Other81152.9
TOTAL1533100.0
178) Are you self-employed, or do you work for a governmental organization, a for-profit corporation, a non-profit corporation, or something else? (H10E)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N at H10a)70145.7
-8) R-Refused2.1
-7) D-Don't know241.6
-6) Other573.7
1) Self-Employed1137.4
2) Governmental Organization15310
3) Profit corporation44028.7
4) Non-profit corporation432.8
TOTAL1533100.0
179) How difficult is it for you/your family to meet the monthly payments on your/your family's bills? Is it extremely difficult, very difficult, somewhat difficult, slightly difficult, or not difficult at all? (H011)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused151
-7) D-Don't know8.5
1) Extremely difficult815.3
2) Very difficult1288.3
3) Somewhat difficult36123.5
4) Slightly difficult38425
5) Not difficult at all55636.3
TOTAL1533100.0
180) Were you born in Texas? (H012)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused6.4
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes82353.7
5) No70345.9
TOTAL1533100.0
181) Are you an American citizen? (H12A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (1 at H012)82353.7
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Yes43828.6
5) No26417.2
TOTAL1533100.0
182) How many years have you lived in your current home? (H013)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused8.5
-7) D-Don't know6.4
1) 11519.9
2) 21378.9
3) 31489.7
4) 4996.5
5) 51157.5
6) 6452.9
7) 7332.2
8) 8483.1
9) 9271.8
10) 10493.2
11) 11201.3
12) 12322.1
13) 13281.8
14) 14231.5
15) 15463
16) 16241.6
17) 17151
18) 18322.1
19) 19261.7
20) 20402.6
21) 2112.8
22) 2210.7
23) 2310.7
24) 246.4
25) 25151
26) 264.3
27) 279.6
28) 287.5
29) 298.5
30) 30312
31) 313.2
32) 324.3
33) 334.3
34) 342.1
35) 359.6
36) 367.5
37) 374.3
38) 384.3
39) 3900
40) 404.3
41) 411.1
42) 423.2
43) 435.3
44) 442.1
45) 454.3
46) 461.1
48) 484.3
49) 491.1
50) 508.5
52) 5200
53) 531.1
54) 541.1
57) 572.1
61) 6100
63) 631.1
64) 643.2
65) 651.1
69) 6900
70) 702.1
74) 7400
98) Less than one year17911.7
99) All my life8.5
TOTAL1532100.0
183) Do you/Does your family own your own home, pay rent or what? (H014)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused151
-7) D-Don't know10.7
-6) Other432.8
1) Own93861.2
5) Pay rent52734.4
TOTAL1533100.0
184) Finally, we are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Please tell me the total income of all members of your family living in your house in 2002, before taxes and other deductions. The figure should include salaries, wages, pensions, interest, and all other income. (H015)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused19212.5
-7) D-Don't know42827.9
0) 011.7
27) 271.1
30) 301.1
35) 351.1
45) 451.1
60) 601.1
90) 901.1
100) 1001.1
1100) 11001.1
1200) 12001.1
1600) 160000
2500) 25001.1
3000) 30004.3
3500) 35001.1
4000) 40005.3
5000) 50005.3
6000) 600000
6200) 62001.1
7000) 70002.1
7200) 72001.1
7600) 76001.1
8000) 80007.5
8400) 84001.1
8460) 84601.1
9000) 90005.3
9600) 96004.3
10000) 10000191.2
10100) 101001.1
11000) 110004.3
12000) 12000231.5
13000) 130004.3
14000) 14000171.1
14400) 144001.1
15000) 15000332.2
16000) 160008.5
17000) 17000151
18000) 1800011.7
19000) 190004.3
20000) 20000201.3
21000) 210004.3
21600) 216002.1
22000) 22000231.5
22500) 225001.1
23000) 230003.2
24000) 240007.5
25000) 25000251.6
26000) 2600013.8
26400) 2640000
27000) 270007.5
28000) 280007.5
29000) 290003.2
30000) 30000503.3
31000) 310005.3
32000) 32000211.4
32500) 3250000
32700) 327002.1
32800) 3280000
33000) 330003.2
34000) 340006.4
35000) 35000382.5
36000) 360007.5
37000) 370003.2
37200) 372001.1
38000) 380004.3
39000) 390002.1
40000) 40000281.8
40500) 4050000
41000) 410001.1
42000) 420006.4
43000) 430002.1
44000) 440001.1
45000) 45000271.8
46000) 460002.1
47000) 470001.1
48000) 480004.3
49000) 490009.6
50000) 50000412.7
51000) 510003.2
52000) 520008.5
53000) 530002.1
54000) 540002.1
55000) 5500010.7
56000) 560001.1
57000) 570004.3
58000) 580001.1
60000) 60000442.9
61000) 610001.1
62000) 620004.3
63000) 630002.1
65000) 65000171.1
67000) 670002.1
68000) 680005.3
69000) 690002.1
70000) 70000271.8
72000) 720002.1
73000) 730003.2
74000) 7400000
75000) 75000241.6
76000) 760003.2
78000) 780003.2
80000) 80000231.5
82000) 820001.1
83000) 830001.1
85000) 850008.5
86000) 8600000
88000) 8800000
90000) 90000181.2
92000) 920001.1
94000) 9400000
95000) 950005.3
96000) 960001.1
97000) 970002.1
98000) 980004.3
100000) 100000261.7
102000) 1020002.1
104000) 1040001.1
105000) 1050002.1
110000) 1100006.4
114000) 11400000
115000) 1150002.1
120000) 12000013.8
121000) 12100000
124000) 12400000
125000) 1250003.2
129000) 12900000
130000) 1300009.6
135000) 1350001.1
140000) 1400002.1
144000) 1440001.1
150000) 15000010.7
159000) 1590001.1
160000) 1600001.1
170000) 17000000
175000) 1750002.1
180000) 1800001.1
185000) 1850001.1
190000) 19000000
200000) 2000007.5
205000) 20500000
250000) 2500002.1
270000) 2700001.1
280000) 2800001.1
300000) 3000003.2
340000) 34000000
350000) 3500001.1
400000) 4000001.1
450000) 4500001.1
500000) 50000000
600000) 60000000
630009) 63000900
700000) 70000000
TOTAL1533100.0
185) Could you tell me if it is less than $50,000 or more than $50,000? (H15A)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (0-700,000 at H015)91359.6
-8) R-Refused986.4
-7) D-Don't know1489.7
1) Less than $50,0028118.3
3) More than $50,000825.3
7) Income was about $50,00011.7
TOTAL1533100.0
186) Which of these categories best describes your total household income: $50,000-$65,000, $65,000-$85,000, or more than $85,000? (H15B)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N, 1,7 at H015a)120478.6
-8) R-Refused1207.8
-7) D-Don't know1509.8
1) $50,000-$64,999201.3
3) $65,000-$84,999171.1
5) More than $85,000211.4
TOTAL1532100.0
187) Which category best describes your total household income: $0-$15,000, $15,000-$35,000, or $35,000-$50,000? (H15C)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N,D,R,3,7 at H15a)125281.7
-8) R-Refused12.8
-7) D-Don't know322.1
1) 0-$14,9991016.6
3) $15,000-$34,9991077
5) $35,000-$50,000291.9
TOTAL1533100.0
188) Why didn't you volunteer based on that contact? (B25B_OE)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at B025a)148296.7
1) Lack of time14.9
2) Organization did not re-contact171.1
3) Application in progress3.2
4) Incompatible skills1.1
5) Organization did not need people5.3
6) Individual withdrew interest8.5
7) Sickness/poor health1.1
8) Unclear or other2.1
TOTAL1533100.0
189) What kind of professional did you see (F12A_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at F012)141992.5
-8) R-Refused7.5
-7) D-Don't know1.1
1) Psychiatrist442.9
2) Psychologist211.4
3) Medical doctor8.5
4) Social worker5.3
5) Counselor13.8
6) A nurse, occupational therapist or other health professional5.3
7) Pastor, priest, minister, rabbi, or other clergy member11.7
TOTAL1534100.0
190) Religious Affiliation - Constructed Variable (G008_CM)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused251.6
-7) D-Don't know181.2
1) Protestant64942.4
2) Catholic48631.7
3) Jewish8.5
4) None1489.7
5) Christian352.3
6) Orthodox Christian00
7) Mormon/LDS9.6
8) Jehovah's Witness12.8
9) Non-Christian Religion201.3
14) Southern Baptist Convention2.1
16) Baptist, don't know which322.1
21) Methodist, don't know which7.5
28) Lutheran, don't know which2.1
31) Other Presbyterian churches1.1
32) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)00
33) Presbyterian, don't know which1.1
34) Episcopal Church2.1
36) No denominational given5.3
37) Non-denominational church251.6
45) Apostolic Christian1.1
48) Assembly of God3.2
72) Church of Christ, Evangelical9.6
86) Disciples of Christ1.1
96) Evangelist Free Church7.5
108) Full Gospel1.1
112) Holiness Church of God1.1
132) New Age Spirituality1.1
135) New Testament Christian1.1
138) Pentecostal161
170) Unitarian, Universalist1.1
188) Church of England/Anglican00
189) Holy Angels1.1
190) Multiple Religions1.1
191) Pantheist1.1
192) Diest00
193) Discordian00
TOTAL1532100.0
191) Protestant Denomination - Constructed Variable (G08A_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (not Protestant)88557.7
-8) R-Refused9.6
-7) D-Don't know614
5) Christian5.3
6) Orthodox Christian00
7) Mormon/LDS2.1
8) Jehovah's Witness5.3
10) Baptist American Baptist Association744.8
11) American Baptist Churches in the USA6.4
12) National Baptist Convention Of America5.3
13) National Baptist Convention, USA Inc.3.2
14) Southern Baptist Convention1066.9
15) Other Baptist Churches151
16) Baptist, don't know which271.8
17) Methodist, AME Church161
19) United Methodist Church281.8
20) Other Methodist Church5.3
21) Methodist, don't know which13.8
22) Lutheran, American Lutheran201.3
23) Lutheran Church in America5.3
24) Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod5.3
25) Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod4.3
26) Other Lutheran Churches2.1
27) Evangelical Lutheran2.1
28) Lutheran, don't know which7.5
29) Presbyterian, Presbyterian Church in the USA5.3
30) United Presbyterian Church in the USA2.1
31) Other Presbyterian churches4.3
32) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)9.6
33) Presbyterian, don't know which10.7
34) Episcopal Church151
36) No denominational given463
37) Non-denominational church614
38) Interdenominational church1.1
40) 7th Day Adventist5.3
48) Assembly of God4.3
58) Charismatic2.1
72) Church of Christ, Evangelical181.2
74) Church of God in Christ3.2
86) Disciples of Christ1.1
89) Eden Evangelist1.1
96) Evangelist Free Church4.3
100) First Christian1.1
128) Missionary Baptist2.1
131) Nazarene1.1
138) Pentecostal241.6
141) Pentecostal Church of God1.1
170) Unitarian, Universalist1.1
171) United Brethren, United Brethren in Christ00
188) Church of England/Anglican1.1
194) Independent Church of Christ2.1
TOTAL1534100.0
192) Religious Affiliation - Constructed Variable (G08B_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable1.1
-8) R-Refused342.2
-7) D-Don't know795.2
2) Catholic48631.7
3) Jewish8.5
4) None1489.7
5) Christian392.5
6) Orthodox Christian00
7) Mormon/LDS10.7
8) Jehovah's Witness171.1
9) Non-Christian Religion201.3
10) Baptist744.8
11) American Baptist Churches in the USA6.4
12) National Baptist Convention of America5.3
13) National Baptist Convention, USA Inc.3.2
14) Southern Baptist Convention1087.1
15) Other Baptist churches151
16) Baptist, don't know which593.9
17) Methodist, AME Church161
19) United Methodist Church281.8
20) Other Methodist Church5.3
21) Methodist, don't know which201.3
22) Lutheran, American Lutheran Church201.3
23) Lutheran Church in America5.3
24) Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod5.3
25) Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod4.3
26) Other Lutheran Churches2.1
27) Evangelical Lutheran2.1
28) Lutheran, don't know which9.6
29) Presbyterian, Presbyterian Church in the USA5.3
30) United Presbyterian Church in the USA2.1
31) Other Presbyterian churches4.3
32) Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)9.6
33) Presbyterian, don't know which12.8
34) Episcopal Church171.1
36) No denominational given513.3
37) Non-denominational church865.6
38) Interdenominational church1.1
40) 7th Day Adventist5.3
45) Apostolic Christian1.1
48) Assembly of God7.5
58) Charismatic2.1
72) Church of Christ, Evangelical271.8
74) Church of God in Christ3.2
86) Disciples of Christ2.1
89) Eden Evangelist1.1
96) Evangelist Free Church11.7
100) First Christian1.1
108) Full Gospel1.1
112) Holiness Church of God1.1
128) Missionary Baptist2.1
131) Nazarene1.1
132) New Age Spirituality1.1
135) New Testament Christian1.1
138) Pentecostal402.6
141) Pentecostal Church of God1.1
170) Unitarian, Universalist2.1
171) United Brethren, United Brethren in Christ00
188) Church of England/Anglican1.1
189) Holy Angels1.1
190) Multiple Religions1.1
191) Pantheist1.1
192) Diest00
193) Discordian00
194) Independent Church of Christ2.1
TOTAL1531100.0
193) Religious Affiliation Category - Constructed Variable (G08C_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N,D,R,3,7 at H15a)1.1
-8) R-Refused342.2
-7) D-Don't know795.2
2) Catholic48631.7
3) Jewish8.5
4) None1489.7
5) Christian392.5
6) Orthodox Christian00
7) Mormon/LDS10.7
8) Jehovah's Witness171.1
9) Non-Christian Religion201.3
10) Evangelical15510.1
11) Conservative Protestant22914.9
12) Moderate Protestant1157.5
13) Liberal Protestant493.2
15) Non-traditional - Liberal3.2
16) Other1409.1
TOTAL1533100.0
194) Would you describe your Hispanic origin as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Latin American, Central American, Spanish, or something else (H02A_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (5 at H002)91959.9
-8) R-Refused11.7
-7) D-Don't know9.6
1) Mexican48631.7
2) Puerto Ricans4.3
3) Cuban1.1
4) Latin America291.9
5) Central American362.3
6) Spanish332.2
7) Other5.3
TOTAL1533100.0
195) Respondent's Race - Constructed Variable (H02B_CM)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused11.7
-7) D-Don't know2.1
1) Black16911
2) Asian302
3) Native American7.5
4) White74148.3
5) Hispanic or Latino57037.2
6) Undetermined3.2
TOTAL1533100.0
196) Type of Occupation - Open Ended (H10C_OE)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N at H10a)71046.2
-7) D-Don't know271.8
1) Chief executives12.8
2) General and operations managers7.5
5) Marketing and sales managers6.4
10) Administrative services managers1.1
11) Computer and Information Systems managers1.1
12) Financial managers1.1
14) Industrial production managers1.1
15) Purchasing managers1.1
16) Transportation storage and distribution managers2.1
21) Farmers and Ranchers5.3
22) Construction managers4.3
23) Education administrators4.3
31) Food service managers1.1
34) Lodging managers00
35) Medical and health services managers4.3
41) Property real estate and community association managers1.1
42) Social and community service managers3.2
43) Managers all other4.3
52) Wholesale and retail buyers except farm products2.1
53) Purchasing agents except wholesale, retail and farm products2.1
62) Human resources training and labor relations specialists5.3
71) Management analysts00
73) Other business operations specialists4.3
80) Accountants and auditors6.4
84) Financial analysts2.1
85) Personal financial advisors1.1
86) Insurance underwriters1.1
91) Loan counselors and officers4.3
95) Financial specialists all other7.5
101) Computer programmers2.1
102) Computer software engineers3.2
104) Computer support specialists3.2
106) Database administrators00
110) Network and computer systems administrators1.1
111) Network systems and data communications analysts1.1
135) Chemical engineers1.1
146) Mechanical engineers1.1
150) Mining and geological engineers including mining safety engineers1.1
152) Petroleum engineers2.1
153) Engineers all other1.1
193) Geological and petroleum technicians1.1
196) Other life physical and social science technicians1.1
200) Counselors1.1
201) Social workers1.1
202) Miscellaneous community and social service specialists4.3
204) Clergy3.2
205) Directors of religious activities and education00
206) Religious workers all other2.1
210) Lawyers5.3
214) Paralegals and legal assistants2.1
215) Miscellaneous legal support workers1.1
220) Postsecondary teachers4.3
230) Preschool and kindergarten teachers3.2
231) Elementary and middle school teachers3.2
232) Secondary school teachers3.2
233) Special education teachers1.1
234) Other teachers and instructors281.8
243) Librarians1.1
244) Library technicians00
254) Teacher assistants3.2
255) Other education training and library workers13.8
272) Athletes, coaches, umpires, and related workers2.1
275) Musicians, singers, and related workers1.1
282) Public relations specialists1.1
283) Editors1.1
284) Technical writers1.1
285) Writers and authors2.1
286) Miscellaneous media and communication workers00
301) Dentists00
305) Pharmacists00
306) Physicians and surgeons2.1
311) Physician assistants1.1
313) Registered nurses3.2
314) Audiologists00
320) Radiation therapists1.1
322) Respiratory therapists1.1
324) Therapists all other2.1
325) Veterinarians1.1
330) Clinical laboratory technologists and technicians1.1
331) Dental hygienists1.1
350) Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses6.4
353) Miscellaneous health technologists and technicians00
360) Nursing psychiatric and home health aides7.5
363) Massage therapists1.1
365) Medical assistants and other healthcare support occupation6.4
370) First-line supervisors/managers of correctional officers2.1
371) First-line supervisors/managers of police and detectives1.1
373) Supervisors and protective service workers all other1.1
374) Fire fighters3.2
380) Bailiffs correctional officers and jailers4.3
382) Detectives and criminal investigators2.1
385) Police and sheriff's patrol officers3.2
386) Transit and railroad police4.3
392) Security guards and gaming surveillance officers5.3
395) Lifeguards and other protective service workers8.5
401) First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and services12.8
402) Cooks161
403) Food preparation workers10.7
404) Bartenders2.1
405) Combined food preparation and serving workers3.2
406) Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shops1.1
411) Waiters and waitresses13.8
413) Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers1.1
415) Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop1.1
416) Food preparation and serving related workers all other8.5
421) First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping lawn service2.1
422) Janitors and building cleaners13.8
423) Maids and housekeeping cleaners8.5
425) Grounds maintenance workers12.8
430) First-line supervisors/managers of gaming workers1.1
432) First-line supervisors/managers of personal service workers2.1
434) Animal trainers00
451) Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists1.1
454) Tour and travel guides1.1
460) Child care workers3.2
461) Personal and home care aides7.5
462) Recreation and fitness workers1.1
470) First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers8.5
472) Cashiers13.8
474) Counter and rental clerks7.5
476) Retail salespersons221.4
484) Sales representatives, services all other3.2
485) Sales representatives wholesale and manufacturing6.4
492) Real estate brokers and sales agents8.5
494) Telemarketers00
496) Sales and related workers all other8.5
500) First-line supervisors/managers of office and administration5.3
501) Switchboard operators including answering service1.1
502) Telephone operators2.1
511) Billing and posting clerks and machine operators4.3
512) Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks11.7
514) Payroll and timekeeping clerks00
516) Tellers00
524) Customer service representatives10.7
525) Eligibility interviewers government programs00
530) Hotel motel and resort desk clerks2.1
533) Loan interviewers and clerks2.1
535) Order clerks00
536) Human resources assistants except for payroll and timekeeping2.1
540) Receptionists and information clerks8.5
550) Cargo and freight agents00
555) Postal service mail carriers3.2
556) Postal service mail sorters, processors, and processing machine operators1.1
561) Shipping receiving and traffic clerks4.3
562) Stock clerks and order fillers6.4
570) Secretaries and administrative assistants251.6
580) Computer operators2.1
581) Data entry keyers4.3
582) Word processors and typists1.1
584) Insurance claims and policy processing clerks4.3
585) Mail clerks and mail machine operators00
586) Office clerks general3.2
591) Proofreaders and copy makers1.1
593) Office and administrative support workers all other6.4
605) Miscellaneous agricultural workers14.9
611) Hunters and trappers1.1
620) First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades161
623) Carpenters14.9
624) Carpet floor and tile installers and finishers2.1
626) Construction laborers332.1
632) Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators2.1
633) Drywall installers and ceiling tile installers and tapers2.1
635) Electricians4.3
636) Glaziers4.3
666) Construction and building inspectors00
671) Fence erectors00
676) Miscellaneous construction and related workers2.1
693) Helpers--extraction workers1.1
694) Other extraction workers2.1
700) First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics installers2.1
701) Computer automated teller and office machine repairers00
702) Radio and telecommunications equipment installers and repairers2.1
710) Electrical and electronics repairers industrial and utilities1.1
712) Electronic home entertainment equipment installers and repairers5.3
713) Security and fire alarm systems installers1.1
714) Aircraft mechanics and service technicians1.1
720) Automotive service technicians and mechanics2.1
722) Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians1.1
724) Small engine mechanics1.1
726) Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics installers00
731) Heating and air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics2.1
732) Home appliance repairers2.1
734) Maintenance and repair workers general7.5
736) Millwrights1.1
741) Electrical power-line installers and repairers00
762) Other installation maintenance and repair workers9.6
770) First-line supervisors/managers of production and operations00
771) Aircraft structure surfaces rigging and systems assembler00
775) Miscellaneous assemblers and fabricators1.1
780) Bakers1.1
781) Butchers and other meat, poultry, and fish processing workers1.1
803) Machinists3.2
815) Heat treating equipment setters, operators, and tenders2.1
820) Plating and coating machine setters, operators, and tenders4.3
835) Tailors, dressmakers, and sewers1.1
846) Textile apparel and furnishings workers all other4.3
855) Woodworkers all other1.1
860) Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers2.1
864) Chemical processing machine setters, operators, and tenders1.1
874) Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers7.5
876) Medical, dental, and ophthalmic laboratory technicians4.3
884) Semiconductor processors00
896) Production workers all other10.7
900) Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers3.2
903) Aircraft pilots and flight engineers1.1
904) Air traffic controllers and airfield operations specialists1.1
912) Bus drivers2.1
913) Driver/sales workers and truck drivers161
914) Taxi drivers and chauffeurs1.1
915) Motor vehicle operators all other1.1
923) Railroad brake signal and switch operators2.1
962) Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers handymen13.8
964) Packers and packagers handymen12.8
972) Refuse and recyclable material collectors2.1
981) First-line enlisted military supervisors/managers2.1
983) Military rank not specified5.3
TOTAL1536100.0
197) Type of Employment - Open Ended (H10E_CM)
TOTAL%
-9) N-Inapplicable (N at H10a)70145.8
-8) R-Refused3.2
-7) D-Don't know241.6
1) Self-employed1177.6
2) Governmental organization16210.6
3) Profit corporation46930.6
4) Non-profit corporation452.9
5) Undetermined11.7
TOTAL1532100.0
198) Own or rent - Constructed Variable (H014_CM)
TOTAL%
-8) R-Refused161
-7) D-Don't know10.7
1) Own95662.3
5) Pay rent53334.7
6) Lives with family/children/parents14.9
7) Undetermined5.3
TOTAL1534100.0
199) Sample Weight (STDWGT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL1.0190.885
200) Discussing religion can be difficult for some at times, so thanks for answering those questions. In this last section, I need to ask you a few background questions. First, how old are you? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-3047831.8
2) 31-4031921.2
3) 41-5029919.9
4) 51-6018112
5) 61-7515910.6
6) 76+684.5
Missing35 
TOTAL1504100.0
201) Gender (for use with online analysis) (I-GENDER)
TOTAL%
1) Male74448.5
2) Female78951.5
TOTAL1533100.0
202) What is the highest degree of schooling that you have earned? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) None41127
2) High school diploma/GED73648.3
3) Associate degree694.5
4) Bachelor's degree21113.9
5) Graduate degree966.3
Missing9 
TOTAL1523100.0
203) Respondent's Race (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) Black16911.1
2) Asian302
3) Native American7.5
4) White74148.8
5) Hispanic or Latino57037.6
Missing23 
TOTAL1517100.0
204) Religious Affiliation Category - Constructed Variable (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant58741.4
2) Catholic48634.2
3) Jewish8.6
4) None14810.4
5) Other19013.4
Missing107 
TOTAL1419100.0
205) Thanks for answering my questions so far. We are nearing the end of the interview. This next section focuses on your religious activities and beliefs. Religion affects people's lives and communities on a daily basis, so we want to learn more about the role it plays in your life. How often do you attend religious services? Would you say never, less than once a month, 1 to 3 times a month, once a week or several times a week? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
1) Never29619.4
2) Less than once a month20913.7
3) 1-3 times a month35323.1
4) Once a week42928.1
5) Several times a week23915.7
Missing9 
TOTAL1526100.0