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2.) GENDER: [Respondent’s gender]
3.) MARITAL2: Are you married, single, separated, divorced, or widowed?
4.) MARITAL6: Do you have a partner who lives w/you, partner who does NOT live w/ you, or mostly on your own
5.) MARITAL5: How many times have you been married?
8.) KIDS: Are there any children 18 years of age or younger living at home?
9.) NUMKIDS: [If “yes” in variable KIDS] How many children live in your household?
11.) KIDBORN1: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
13.) KIDBORN2: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
15.) KIDBORN3: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
17.) KIDBORN4: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
19.) KIDBORN5: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
20.) AGEKID6: Children 18 years or younger who live in your household, what is the age of the sixth oldest child?
21.) KIDBORN6: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
22.) AGEKID7: Children 18 years or younger who live in your household, what is the age of the seventh oldest child
23.) KIDBORN7: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
24.) AGEKID8: Children 18 years or younger who live in your household, what is the age of the eighth oldest child?
25.) KIDBORN8: Is this child yours by birth, yours by adoption, a step-child, a grandchild, or unrelated to you?
26.) EDUCKID1: Thinking about the oldest child that still lives with you, what kind of school are they in?
31.) DOL1: Housework, do you do more, does your spouse or partner do more, share tasks equally, or someone else
32.) DOL2: Child care, do you do more, your spouse/partner do more, share tasks equally, or someone else
33.) HEADOFHH: Who do you regard as your head of household?
34.) HAPPY2: If you were to consider your life in general, how happy/unhappy would you say you are, on the whole
35.) SATFAM: All things considered, how satisfied are you with your family life?
36.) KIDWRRY1: Tell how much you worry about - The negative influence of other kids on your child.
37.) KIDWRRY2: Please tell me how much you worry about each of the following. - The low quality of public schools.
38.) KIDWRRY3: How much worry about - Your child maintaining the religious tradition he or she was brought up in.
39.) KIDWRRY4: Please tell me how much you worry about each of the following. - Paying bills and making ends meet.
40.) KIDWRRY5: How much you worry about each of the following. - Juggling the demands of work and family.
41.) KIDWRRY6: Tell how much you worry about. - Getting health insurance and good medical care for your child.
42.) KIDWRRY7: How much you worry about - Your child learning the right values from his\her teachers at school.
43.) KIDWRRY8: Worry - Your child seeing too much sex or violence from video games, television and movies.
44.) RELCHOIC: 1)Children decide religious views on own 2) Parents encourage children accept parents faith
45.) TRANSMT1: Your kids will be more religious, less religious, as religious as you when they grow up or not sure
46.) TRANSMT2: How likely your children will be same denomination/faith traditions as you when they grow up?
47.) EMPLOY: In term of your job status, are you
48.) EMPLOYSP: How about your spouse or partner?
49.) CAREER: (WOMEN) How important is it to you to have a career?
50.) WORKFAM2: Its been difficult for me to spend time w/ my family because of the amount of time I spend on my job
51.) ABORTION: Abortion should be legal in all cases, legal in most, illegal in most cases, or illegal in all
52.) PEWMARR: Should GOVT start programs encourage people get & stay married, or GOVT stay out?
53.) JGMAR: Which statements comes closest to your view about the proper legal status of marriage?
54.) GAYADOPT: Do you favor or oppose adoption rights for gays and lesbians so they can legally adopt children?
55.) VOUCHER: Parents get tax-funded use for tuition for their child go private/religious school instead of public
56.) MARATT1: Agree or disagree - Married people are generally happier than unmarried people.
57.) MARATT2: Agree or disagree - It is all right for a couple to live together without intending to get married.
58.) MARATT3: Agree or disagree - It's a good idea for a couple who intend to get married to live together.
59.) MARATT4: Divorce is usually the best solution when a couple can't seem to work out their marriage problems.
60.) MARATT5: Agree or disagree - It is better for children if their parents are married.
61.) MARATT6: Agree or disagree - Divorce is a sin.
62.) MARATT7: Agree or disagree. - God's plan for marriage is one man, one woman, for life.
63.) MARATT8: Agree or disagree. - God's plan for marriage is one man, one woman, for life.
64.) GENDR1: Working mother can establish just as warm & secure relationship w/children as mother who doesnt work
65.) GENDR2: Agree or disagree - A pre-school child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works.
66.) GENDR3: Agree or disagree. - All in all, a family suffers when the woman has a full-time job.
67.) GENDR4: Agree or disagree- A job is all right, but what most women really want is a home and children.
68.) GENDR5: Agree or disagree. - Having a job is the best way for a woman to be an independent person.
69.) GENDR6: Agree or disagree - Both the man and the woman should contribute to the household income.
70.) GENDR7: Agree or disagree - Fathers excel in disciplining their children.
71.) DISCIP2: Do you agree or disagree? It is sometimes necessary to discipline a child with a good hard spanking.
73.) INVOLVE: A.Active school/program B.No active but involve edu home C.No chance involve child edu school/home
74.) BANNING1: Teacher assign book/use other edu materials objectionable- Trust teacher's judgment & say nothing
75.) BANNING2: Teacher assign book/edu material objectionable- Expose child to materials, but explain why wrong
76.) BANNING3: Teacher assign book/edu material objectionable - Voice your concern with your child's teacher.
77.) BANNING4: Teacher assign book/edu material objectionable- Try get materials removed from curriculum
78.) BANNING5: Teacher assign book/edu material objectionable - Remove your child from the class.
79.) RELIMPT: How important would you say religion is in your life?
80.) SPIRIT: Describe your beliefs – you are religious, you are spiritual but not religious, or you are neither?
81.) MOREREL: (IF SPOUSE\PARTNER) Would you say religion is more important to you or to your spouse or partner?
85.) LUTHNGRP: (IF LUTHERAN) With which Lutheran group is your church associated?
86.) METHDGRP: (IF METHODIST) With which Methodist group is your church associated?
87.) PRSBYGRP: (IF PRESBYTERIAN) With which Presbyterian group is your church associated?
88.) CHRSTGRP: (IF CHURCH OF CHRIST) With which group is your church associated?
90.) CATHID: (CATHOLIC) Religious identity, would you say you are traditional Catholic, liberal catholic, or none
91.) SPREL1: (IF SPOUSE\PARTNER) Does your spouse or partner have the same religion as you?
93.) BORNAGIN: (IF PROTESTANT\CATHOLIC\MORMON\ORTHODOX\OTHER CHRISTIAN\OTHER
94.) RELIG2: How often do you attend religious service
95.) RELCON1: How often in last 12 months- Attend an informal religious or prayer group.
96.) RELCON2: How often in the last 12 months - Talk about religion informally with your friends.
97.) RELCON3: How often in the last 12 months - Read the (holy book).
98.) RELCON4: Last 12 months- Participate in family-oriented programs @ your place of worship (family retreats)
99.) RELCON5: How often in last 12 months - Read or say daily devotions with your family.
100.) BIBLE: Which of these statements comes closest to describing your feelings about the (holy book).
101.) EDUC: What is the last year of schooling that you have completed?
102.) RACE: What is your race?
103.) SPANISH: [SPANISH SPEAKING]
104.) PTYID1: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, a Republican or what?
105.) PTYID2: [STRENGH OF PARTY IDENTITY (from PTYID1)]
106.) PTYID3: [IF RESPONDENT IS INDEPENDENT IN VARIABLE PARTYID1 – CLOSER TO DEMOCRATS OR REPUBLICANS
107.) IDEO1: Thinking in political terms, would you say that you are Conservative, Moderate, or Liberal?
109.) SEXUALIT: Do you think or yourself as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, or something else?
111.) TVINTVW: Would you be willing to have a reporter talk to you?