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5.) HEALTH: Would you say that overall you are in excellent, very good, good, fair or poor health?
6.) DAYS_EXR: How many days each week do you work out or exercise for more than 30 min over course of the day
11.) OWNWGHT: How would you assess your own weight now? Are you under your ideal weight, about right, overweight?
12.) OWNWGHT2: Would you say you are slightly overweight, moderately overweight, or seriously overweight?
15.) RSNOBESE: Most obese people seriously overweight bc bad diet &exercise or can't control (inherited metabolism)
16.) OBSEDISC: Obese people face a lot of discrimination these days.
17.) OBSEPARK: Obese people should be allowed to park in handicapped spaces and have other special accommodations.
18.) OBSESEAT: Movie& airlines should be required provide some seats larger than normal to accommodate obese people
19.) OBSERESP: Obese people should take responsibility for their own health and lose weight.
20.) PARENT: Are you a parent?
21.) CFMEAL: How often do, or did, you & your children eat an evening meal together at home
22.) CFREST: How often do, or did, you and your children eat an evening meal together at a restaurant
23.) CFVAC: How often do, or did, you and your children take a family vacation
24.) CFREL: How often do, or did, you and your children go to church or other religious services together
25.) GRACEKID: When you were growing up, did your family usually say grace at meals?
26.) GRACENOW: How about now? Do you usually say grace at family meals?
27.) MFRELAT: Relationship btw men & women changed. You say they've imporved or gotten worse?
28.) WORKOUT: More mothers working outside home. You think that's improvement, change for worse, doesn’t matter
29.) MARITAL: Are you currently married, divorced, widowed, or have you never been married?
30.) MARBFOR: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Is this your first marriage, or have you been married before?
31.) HOUSMEAL: IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] In your household, who usually prepares the meals: yourself or your spouse?
32.) HOUSFIX: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] In your household, who usually fixes things around the house?
33.) HOUSLAUN: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Who usually does the laundry?
34.) HOUSMESS: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Who usually makes the most mess?
35.) HOUSMONY: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Who has the most say on how money is spent?
36.) HOUSYARD: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Who does most of the yardwork?
37.) HOUSCLEN: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] Who does most of the housework?
38.) HOUSPEAC: MARRIED"] Who in your household is the peacemaker? That is, who is the best at resolving conflicts?
39.) CHKACCNT: You & spouse 1 joint account, joint account & separate accounts, or separate checking accounts
40.) SMOKER: Are you a smoker, an ex-smoker, or have you never smoked?
41.) DAYSALC: Tyical week, how many days do you usually drink some kind of alcoholic beverage (beer, wine, liquor)
43.) COMSOUTH: Just for the record, would you say that your community is in the South?
44.) LIVESOU: Not counting time away school or other temp reasons, lived in South all your life or not? How long?
45.) TRAVOUT: [ASKED ONLY IF LIVESOU=4 "ALL MY LIFE"] Have you ever traveled or visited outside the South?
46.) SOULIV: [ASK ONLY IF COMSOUTH= 2 "NO"] Have you ever lived in a Southern state?
47.) TRAVIN: [ASK ONLY IF SOULIV= 2 "NO"] Have you ever traveled or visited in the South?
49.) SOUFAM: Do you consider yourself or anyone in your family a Southerner?
50.) SIDIMP: Being Southerner very, somewhat, not very or not at all important to you?
52.) LIVEWH: Do you live in a city, a suburban community, a small town, or a rural area?
53.) GENDER: Code the gender of respondent
55.) RELIG: How often do you attend church or other religious services?
56.) RELIGIMP: How important would you say your religious faith is in your own life these days
57.) RELAFFL: Your religious affiliation -- Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, some other religion, or no religion?
58.) NORELIG: Do you consider yourself to be an agnostic, an atheist, or just not religious?
59.) RELAFCHK: What other religion are you?
60.) DMETHDST: United Methodist, African Methodist Episcopal, Free Methodist, or some other Methodist group
61.) DPRESBY: Presbyterian in USA, Presbyterian in America, Orthodox Presbyterian, Evangelical Presbyterian,other
62.) DLUTHRAN: Evangelical Lutheran in America, Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Synod, or some other Lutheran group?
63.) DREFORMD: Is that the Christian Reformed Church, the Reformed Church in America, or some other Reformed group?
64.) DBRETHEN: Church of the Brethren, Plymouth Brethren, United Brethren in Christ, or some other Brethren group
65.) DUCC: Is that the United Church of Christ or just a Congregational church?
66.) DDISCIPL: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)," or other Christian denomination or "I am just a Christian?"
67.) DCHRIST: Is that the Church of Christ or the United Church of Christ?
68.) DCHGOD: Church of God of Anderson, IN; Church of God of Cleveland, TN; Church of God in Christ;other
69.) DANY: Does your church have any denominational affiliation at all?
70.) DINDEP: Independent fundamentalist, independent Pentecostal, independent evangelical, others
71.) RELID97S: You are Pentecostal, fundamentalist, evangelical, mainline Protestant, or theologically liberal?
72.) RELCATH: Do you consider yourself a traditionalist Catholic, a progressive Catholic, or none of these?
73.) EMPLOYED: Last week were you primarily:
75.) HWEMPLOY: [ASK ONLY IF MARITAL= 1 "MARRIED"] What about your husband/wife, last week was he/she primarily
77.) RACE94: What race do you consider yourself?
78.) AMERINDN: As far as you know, were any of your ancestors American Indians?
79.) HISPANIC: Are you of Hispanic origin?
80.) CHILD18: How many people under 18 live in this house?
81.) CHILD12: How many of those are under 12 years old?
82.) PEOPLE: Including yourself, how many people 18 or older live at this telephone number?
83.) PARTYID: Regardless of how you vote, when it comes to national politics, do you usually think of yourself as
84.) STRDEM: Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not very strong Democrat?
85.) STRREP: Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not very strong Republican?
86.) INDEP: Do you usually think of yourself as closer to Republican party or as closer to the Democratic party?
87.) LIBCON: In general, when it comes to politics, do you usually think of yourself as
88.) STRLIB: Do you think of yourself as a STRONG liberal, or a NOT VERY STRONG liberal?
89.) STRCON: Do you think of yourself as a STRONG conservative, or a NOT VERY STRONG conservative?
90.) MODERATE: Do you think of yourself as more like a liberal, or more like a conservative?
91.) NOTSEP: The South is better off as part of the United States than it would be as a separate country.
92.) CALLBACK: Reporter Atlantia Journal-Constitution. Willing call you to discuss issues more detail
93.) GOODINT: Do you think this person would be good to call back for more information?
94.) ACCENTS: Respondent's accent:
106.) OTHBAPT: Verbatim for type of Baptist
107.) OTHPRESB: Verbatim for type of Presbyterian
108.) OTHLUTHR: Verbatim for type of Lutheran
109.) OTHCHRST: Verbatim for DDISCIPL
110.) OTHINDEP: Verbatim for type of Independent
111.) OTHRELID: Verbatim for RELID97S
112.) OTHRCATH: Verbatim for relcath
114.) SAMPLE: Sample
115.) REGSTATE: Test to verify sample origin
117.) DBAPTIST: With which Baptist group is your church associated?
118.) DPENTE: What kind of church is that? Part of larger church or denomintion? What was church called?
120.) AGECAT: Recode of Age in categories
121.) RACE: Respondent's race
122.) RCMIN: Interview's length in categories
125.) GALREG: Gallup organization regionalized
126.) AJCRGN: AJC Regionalization
127.) GRADE: Educational attainment
128.) LCRECODE: Liberal/conservative recode
129.) DEEPSOU: Residence in deep south
130.) RESIDENT: Resident in North/South
131.) WHSTATE: Regional recode: State of residence
132.) PIDRCODE: Recode for Party Identification
136.) FAITH: Religious preference RECODE (DENOM and RELAFFL)
138.) INCOME2: Recode of income (incomef19)
139.) RELIG2: Recode of relig (how often attend)
140.) RSERVEG: About how many servings of fruits and vegetables do you eat each day?
141.) RSERMEAT: About how many servings of meat, fish, or eggs do you eat each day?
142.) RSERCERE: About how many servings of bread, cereal, or pasta do you eat each day?
143.) RSERDAIR: Are you slightly overweight, moderately overweight, or seriously overweight?
144.) RMANLBS: How many pounds over his ideal weight should a man consider his weight to be a serious health issue?
145.) RWMNLBS: How many pounds over her ideal weight should a woman consider her weight to be serious health issue?
148.) NSMETRO: R lives in Metro or Non-Metro county
149.) INTGEN: Interviewer's gender
150.) INTRACE: Interviewer's race
151.) INTACC: Interviewer's accent
152.) INTNSACC: Interviewer Non-Southern accent
154.) TOTWT: Weight for national estimates (accounts for Southern oversample and HH size
155.) I-AGE: Recode of Age in categories (Recoded for use with online analysis)
156.) I-EDUC: How many years of school have you completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis)
157.) I-INCOME: Best describes your total household income before taxes: (Recoded for use with online analysis)
158.) I-PARTYID: Yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what (Recoded for use with online analysis)
159.) I-RACE: What race do you consider yourself? (Recoded for use with online analysis)
160.) I-RELIGION: What is your religious affiliation (Recoded for use with online analysis)