Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 1995

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All frequencies weighted by 223) PWEIGHT;
(The number of missing cases reported in the codebook are unweighted)
1) Case identification number (CASEID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18831935.16544.75
2) Record Respondent's sex (SEXR)
TOTAL%
1) Male88847.2
5) Female99552.8
TOTAL1883100.0
3) How are you related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIER)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)112059.4
2) Spouse of P.I.E.45724.3
3) Child of P.I.E.995.3
4) Relative of P.I.E.16.8
5) Other18810
8) Don't know4.2
TOTAL1884100.0
4) Please tell me how old you were on your last birthday. (AGER)
TOTAL%
19) 19331.8
20) 20482.5
21) 21512.7
22) 22361.9
23) 23372
24) 24472.5
25) 25422.2
26) 26341.8
27) 27361.9
28) 28452.4
29) 29392.1
30) 30382
31) 31542.9
32) 32372
33) 33563
34) 34492.6
35) 35442.3
36) 36301.6
37) 37351.9
38) 38361.9
39) 39382
40) 40372
41) 41331.8
42) 42462.4
43) 43311.6
44) 44452.4
45) 45422.2
46) 46241.3
47) 47251.3
48) 48291.5
49) 49281.5
50) 50221.2
51) 51201.1
52) 5210.5
53) 53211.1
54) 54221.2
55) 55241.3
56) 56271.4
57) 57271.4
58) 58181
59) 5913.7
60) 60201.1
61) 61181
62) 62261.4
63) 63241.3
64) 64231.2
65) 65261.4
66) 6615.8
67) 6716.8
68) 68211.1
69) 69191
70) 70241.3
71) 71181
72) 72191
73) 7317.9
74) 74181
75) 75191
76) 7616.8
77) 7712.6
78) 7811.6
79) 79181
80) 80181
81) 819.5
82) 825.3
83) 839.5
84) 847.4
85) 8511.6
86) 864.2
87) 8710.5
88) 881.1
89) 893.2
90) 901.1
91) 911.1
92) 921.1
93) 931.1
95) 951.1
99) 991.1
888) Don't know1.1
999) Refused11.6
TOTAL1884100.0
5) Are you married, never married, divorced, widowed, or separated? (MARR)
TOTAL%
1) Married122164.9
2) Never married34818.5
3) Divorced1658.8
4) Widowed1286.8
5) Separated15.8
6) Married, living apart1.1
8) Don't know2.1
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL1882100.0
6) Are you currently living with someone in a marriage-like relationship? (COHA)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13720.7
5) No52178.7
8) Don't know1.2
9) Refused3.5
Missing1125 
TOTAL662100.0
7) How many years of schooling have you completed? (EDR)
TOTAL%
0) 03.2
1) 12.1
2) 22.1
3) 34.2
4) 43.2
5) 51.1
6) 65.3
7) 76.3
8) 8522.8
9) 9261.4
10) 10181
11) 11341.8
12) 1259031.3
13) 1324112.8
14) 1428114.9
15) 151447.6
16) 1622912.1
17) 17623.3
18) 18995.3
19) 19291.5
20) 20351.9
21) 217.4
22) 224.2
23) 233.2
24) 241.1
25) 251.1
28) 281.1
88) Don't know1.1
99) Refused1.1
TOTAL1885100.0
8) Do you have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GEDR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes60881.3
5) No13918.6
8) Don't know1.1
Missing1100 
TOTAL748100.0
9) What is the highest degree you have attained? (DEGR)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma1417.5
2) High school diploma/GED73238.9
3) Some college but no degree40221.4
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)1859.8
5) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)28515.1
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)1377.3
TOTAL1882100.0
10) What race do you consider yourself to be? (RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White176994
2) Black512.7
3) Asian or Pacific Islander7.4
4) Native American or American Indian6.3
5) Hispanic or Latino331.8
6) Some other national origin10.5
9) Refused6.3
TOTAL1882100.0
11) Are you? (B4B)
TOTAL%
1) Some other national origin228.6
3) Chinese228.6
9) Japanese342.9
Missing1876 
TOTAL7100.0
12) Are you of Hispanic, Latino or Spanish origin? (HISP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes191
5) No181098.5
8) Don't know2.1
9) Refused6.3
Missing45 
TOTAL1837100.0
13) Are you: read choices (SPAN)
TOTAL%
1) Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano3874.5
2) Puerto Rican12
3) Cuban12
4) Spanish47.8
5) Or some other national origin713.7
Missing1835 
TOTAL51100.0
14) Does anyone else live in your household? (NXT2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes162386.2
5) No25813.7
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL1883100.0
15) Is [fill NAM2] male or female? (SEX2)
TOTAL%
1) Male84952.3
5) Female77347.6
9) [ARDA note: unknown code]1.1
Missing445 
TOTAL1623100.0
16) How is [fill NAM2] related to the Principal Income Earner in your household? (PIE2)
TOTAL%
1) Principal income Earner (P.I.E.)72044.3
2) Spouse of P.I.E.53432.9
3) Child of P.I.E.1187.3
4) Relative of P.I.E.513.1
5) Others19612.1
8) Don't know4.2
9) Refused1.1
Missing445 
TOTAL1624100.0
17) What was [fill NAM2]'s age on [fill NAM2] last birthday. (AGE2)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year4.2
1) 13.2
2) 22.1
3) 36.4
4) 44.2
5) 52.1
6) 62.1
7) 71.1
8) 85.3
9) 99.6
10) 104.2
11) 116.4
12) 125.3
13) 132.1
14) 145.3
15) 159.6
16) 165.3
17) 177.4
18) 188.5
19) 1912.7
20) 20231.4
21) 21352.2
22) 22301.8
23) 23211.3
24) 24322
25) 25311.9
26) 26271.7
27) 27311.9
28) 28402.5
29) 29291.8
30) 30311.9
31) 31311.9
32) 32422.6
33) 33332
34) 34483
35) 35322
36) 36301.8
37) 37261.6
38) 38483
39) 39281.7
40) 40362.2
41) 41352.2
42) 42382.3
43) 43342.1
44) 44362.2
45) 45382.3
46) 46372.3
47) 47301.8
48) 48161
49) 49271.7
50) 50291.8
51) 51171
52) 5215.9
53) 53171
54) 54201.2
55) 55301.8
56) 56191.2
57) 57221.4
58) 58171
59) 5912.7
60) 60241.5
61) 61191.2
62) 62251.5
63) 63181.1
64) 64171
65) 65261.6
66) 6613.8
67) 67211.3
68) 68171
69) 6913.8
70) 70161
71) 7112.7
72) 728.5
73) 738.5
74) 749.6
75) 7514.9
76) 768.5
77) 774.2
78) 786.4
79) 796.4
80) 805.3
81) 818.5
82) 827.4
83) 836.4
84) 846.4
85) 855.3
86) 864.2
87) 874.2
88) 881.1
93) 931.1
888) Don't know5.3
999) Refused14.9
Missing445 
TOTAL1624100.0
18) Is [fill NAM2] married, never married, divorced, widowed or separated? (MAR2)
TOTAL%
1) Married127581.8
2) Never married20313
3) Divorced493.1
4) Widowed221.4
5) Separated7.4
8) Don't know2.1
Missing542 
TOTAL1558100.0
19) How many years of schooling has [fill NAM2] completed? (ED2)
TOTAL%
0) 03.2
1) 12.1
2) 22.1
3) 31.1
4) 43.2
6) 63.2
7) 71.1
8) 8412.6
9) 912.8
10) 10352.2
11) 11402.6
12) 1254134.8
13) 131409
14) 1423114.8
15) 15966.2
16) 1623515.1
17) 17483.1
18) 18674.3
19) 19191.2
20) 20161
21) 213.2
22) 223.2
26) 263.2
88) Don't know10.6
99) Refused1.1
Missing542 
TOTAL1556100.0
20) Does [fill NAM2] have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GED2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes55780.1
5) No12518
8) Don't know121.7
9) Refused1.1
Missing1275 
TOTAL695100.0
21) What is the highest degree [fill NAM2] has attained? (DEG2)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma1258
2) High school diploma/GED65041.8
3) Some college but no degree23315
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)17211.1
5) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)26917.3
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)905.8
8) Don't know161
9) Refused1.1
Missing542 
TOTAL1556100.0
22) Did [fill NAM2] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (DO2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes10322.9
5) No33875.1
8) Don't know71.6
9) Refused2.4
Missing1484 
TOTAL450100.0
23) Did [fill NAM3] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (NXT3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes91456.3
5) No70743.6
9) Refused2.1
Missing445 
TOTAL1623100.0
24) Is [fill NAM3] male or female? (SEX3)
TOTAL%
1) Male47151.5
5) Female44348.5
Missing1112 
TOTAL914100.0
25) How is [fill NAM3] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE3)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)475.1
2) Spouse of P.I.E.667.2
3) Child of P.I.E.67774.1
4) Relative of P.I.E.363.9
5) Others859.3
8) Don't know3.3
Missing1112 
TOTAL914100.0
26) What was [fill NAM3]'s age on [fill NAM3] last birthday (AGE3)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year202.2
1) 1202.2
2) 2242.6
3) 3303.3
4) 4333.6
5) 5252.7
6) 6343.7
7) 7293.2
8) 8343.7
9) 9333.6
10) 10333.6
11) 11252.7
12) 12323.5
13) 13293.2
14) 14394.3
15) 15434.7
16) 16454.9
17) 17495.4
18) 18394.3
19) 19293.2
20) 20343.7
21) 21222.4
22) 22101.1
23) 236.7
24) 24141.5
25) 2591
26) 265.5
27) 277.8
28) 282.2
29) 292.2
30) 302.2
31) 312.2
32) 324.4
33) 332.2
35) 352.2
36) 363.3
37) 373.3
38) 382.2
39) 392.2
40) 407.8
41) 4191
42) 42171.9
43) 436.7
44) 4491
45) 457.8
46) 464.4
47) 476.7
48) 486.7
49) 491.1
50) 502.2
51) 513.3
52) 527.8
53) 532.2
54) 544.4
55) 551.1
56) 568.9
58) 585.5
60) 605.5
62) 621.1
63) 631.1
71) 712.2
73) 733.3
75) 753.3
77) 771.1
99) 991.1
888) Don't know101.1
999) Refused5.5
Missing1112 
TOTAL914100.0
27) Is [fill NAM3] married, never married, divorced, widowed or separated? (MAR3)
TOTAL%
1) Married12629.3
2) Never married27764.4
3) Divorced184.2
4) Widowed61.4
5) Separated3.7
Missing1578 
TOTAL430100.0
28) How many years of schooling has [fill NAM3] completed? (ED3)
TOTAL%
1) 12.5
6) 62.5
8) 881.9
9) 9143.3
10) 10429.8
11) 115412.6
12) 1212228.5
13) 13409.3
14) 14429.8
15) 15296.8
16) 164610.7
17) 1751.2
18) 182.5
19) 194.9
20) 203.7
88) Don't know133
Missing1578 
TOTAL428100.0
29) Does [fill NAM3] have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GED3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11544.4
5) No13853.3
8) Don't know62.3
Missing1676 
TOTAL259100.0
30) What is the highest degree [fill NAM3] has attained? (DEG3)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma13932.4
2) High school diploma/GED15135.2
3) Some college but no degree6715.6
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)214.9
5) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)368.4
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)51.2
8) Don't know102.3
Missing1578 
TOTAL429100.0
31) Did [fill NAM3] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (DO3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes2712.4
5) No19087.2
9) Refused1.5
Missing1706 
TOTAL218100.0
32) In addition to you, [fill NAM2], and [fill NAM3], is there anyone else living in your household? (NXT4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes57062.4
5) No34437.6
Missing1113 
TOTAL914100.0
33) Is [fill NAM4] male or female? (SEX4)
TOTAL%
1) Male30253
5) Female26847
Missing1410 
TOTAL570100.0
34) How is [fill NAM4] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE4)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)162.8
2) Spouse of P.I.E.122.1
3) Child of P.I.E.48284.6
4) Relative of P.I.E.244.2
5) Others366.3
Missing1410 
TOTAL570100.0
35) What was [fill NAM4]'s age on [fill NAM4] last birthday. (AGE4)
TOTAL%
0) 0254.4
1) 1274.7
2) 2305.3
3) 3223.9
4) 4244.2
5) 5254.4
6) 6234
7) 7305.3
8) 8264.6
9) 9274.7
10) 10315.4
11) 11223.9
12) 12223.9
13) 13356.2
14) 14295.1
15) 15346
16) 16122.1
17) 17162.8
18) 18183.2
19) 19152.6
20) 20122.1
21) 21183.2
22) 222.4
23) 233.5
25) 254.7
26) 265.9
27) 273.5
29) 291.2
30) 301.2
38) 382.4
42) 421.2
43) 433.5
44) 442.4
45) 451.2
48) 48111.9
53) 532.4
65) 653.5
68) 681.2
999) Refused1.2
Missing1410 
TOTAL569100.0
36) Is [fill NAM4] married, never married, divorced, widowed or separated? (MAR4)
TOTAL%
1) Married2921.2
2) Never married10576.6
3) Divorced21.5
4) Widowed1.7
Missing1808 
TOTAL137100.0
37) How many years of schooling has [fill NAM4] completed? (ED4)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL188312.692.35
38) Does [fill NAM4] have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GED4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes3749.3
5) No3850.7
Missing1836 
TOTAL75100.0
39) What is the highest degree [fill NAM4] has attained? (DEG4)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma3827.7
2) High school diploma/GED4734.3
3) Some college but no degree2619
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)96.6
5) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)96.6
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)53.6
8) Don't know32.2
Missing1808 
TOTAL137100.0
40) Did [fill NAM4] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (DO4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35.3
5) No5393
8) Don't know11.8
Missing1845 
TOTAL57100.0
41) In addition to you, [fill NAM2], [fill NAM3], and [fill NAM4], is there anyone else living in your household? (NXT5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes27648.5
5) No29351.5
Missing1410 
TOTAL569100.0
42) Is [fill NAM5] male or female? (SEX5)
TOTAL%
1) Male14452.2
5) Female13247.8
Missing1658 
TOTAL276100.0
43) How is [fill NAM5] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE5)
TOTAL%
1) Principal Income Earner (P.I.E.)41.4
3) Child of P.I.E.24187
4) Relative of P.I.E.124.3
5) Others207.2
Missing1658 
TOTAL277100.0
44) What was [fill NAM5]'s age on [fill NAM5] last birthday. (AGE5)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year155.4
1) 1186.5
2) 2114
3) 3186.5
4) 4217.6
5) 5207.2
6) 6196.9
7) 7145.1
8) 8155.4
9) 9114
10) 10207.2
11) 11124.3
12) 12114
13) 1362.2
14) 14145.1
15) 1582.9
16) 1662.2
17) 1731.1
18) 18114
19) 1941.4
20) 201.4
21) 21145.1
37) 371.4
38) 381.4
40) 401.4
43) 431.4
999) Refused1.4
Missing1658 
TOTAL277100.0
45) Is [fill NAM5] married, never married, divorced, widowed or separated? (MAR5)
TOTAL%
1) Married49.3
2) Never married3990.7
Missing1861 
TOTAL43100.0
46) How many years of schooling has [fill NAM5] completed? (ED5)
TOTAL%
5) 512.3
10) 1037
11) 11614
12) 121534.9
13) 1337
14) 1424.7
15) 15818.6
16) 1624.7
17) 1712.3
88) Don't know24.7
Missing1861 
TOTAL43100.0
47) Does [fill NAM5] have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GED5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1555.6
5) No1244.4
Missing1870 
TOTAL27100.0
48) What is the highest degree [fill NAM5] has attained? (DEG5)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma1330.2
2) High school diploma/GED2046.5
3) Some college but no degree920.9
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)12.3
Missing1861 
TOTAL43100.0
49) Did [fill NAM5] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (DO5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes211.1
5) No1688.9
Missing1872 
TOTAL18100.0
50) In addition to you, [fill NAM2], [fill NAM3], [fill NAM4], and [fill NAM5], is there anyone else living in your household? (NXT6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7828.3
5) No19871.7
Missing1658 
TOTAL276100.0
51) Is [fill NAM6] male or female? (SEX6)
TOTAL%
1) Male3646.2
5) Female4253.8
Missing1820 
TOTAL78100.0
52) How is [fill NAM6] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE6)
TOTAL%
2) Spouse of P.I.E.11.3
3) Child of P.I.E.6380.8
4) Relative of P.I.E.1114.1
5) Others33.8
Missing1820 
TOTAL78100.0
53) What was [fill NAM6]'s age on [fill NAM6] last birthday. (AGE6)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year1012.7
2) 21215.2
3) 356.3
4) 467.6
5) 556.3
7) 71215.2
8) 81012.7
9) 911.3
10) 1022.5
11) 1156.3
13) 1322.5
16) 1622.5
17) 1711.3
18) 1822.5
24) 2422.5
32) 3211.3
83) 8311.3
Missing1820 
TOTAL79100.0
54) Is [fill NAM6] married, never married, divorced, widowed or separated? (MAR6)
TOTAL%
1) Married330
2) Never married550
3) Divorced220
Missing1877 
TOTAL10100.0
55) How many years of schooling has [fill NAM6] completed? (ED6)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL188311.284.64
56) Does [fill NAM6] have a high school diploma or GED certificate? (GED6)
TOTAL%
5) No7100
Missing1879 
TOTAL7100.0
57) What is the highest degree [fill NAM6] has attained? (DEG6)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma770
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)220
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)110
Missing1877 
TOTAL10100.0
58) Did [fill NAM6] ever drop out of high school, that is, did s/he leave high school prior to receiving a diploma? (DO6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes337.5
5) No562.5
Missing1878 
TOTAL8100.0
59) In addition to you, [fill NAM2], [fill NAM3], [fill NAM4], [fill NAM5], and [fill NAM6], is there anyone else living in your household? (NXT7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes1417.9
5) No6482.1
Missing1820 
TOTAL78100.0
60) Is [fill NAM7] male or female? (SEX7)
TOTAL%
1) Male1071.4
5) Female428.6
Missing1871 
TOTAL14100.0
61) How is [fill NAM7] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE7)
TOTAL%
3) Child of P.I.E.1071.4
4) Relative of P.I.E.428.6
Missing1871 
TOTAL14100.0
62) What was [fill NAM7]'s age on [fill NAM7] last birthday. (AGE7)
TOTAL%
0) Less than one year17.1
1) 1321.4
4) 417.1
5) 5535.7
6) 617.1
8) 8214.3
15) 1517.1
Missing1871 
TOTAL14100.0
63) In addition to you, [fill NAM2], [fill NAM3], [fill NAM4], [fill NAM5], [fill NAM6], and [fill NAM7], is there anyone else living in your household? (NXT8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes642.9
5) No857.1
Missing1871 
TOTAL14100.0
64) Is [fill NAM8] male or female? (SEX8)
TOTAL%
1) Male350
5) Female350
Missing1879 
TOTAL6100.0
65) How is [fill NAM8] related to the principal income earner in your household? (PIE8)
TOTAL%
3) Child of P.I.E.466.7
4) Relative of P.I.E.233.3
Missing1879 
TOTAL6100.0
66) What was [fill NAM8]'s age on [fill NAM8] last birthday. (AGE8)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18833.993.98
67) Do you live on a farm, in open country but not on a farm or in a town or city? (RURB)
TOTAL%
1) Farm19810.5
2) Open country but not a farm1186.3
3) Town or city156783.2
TOTAL1883100.0
68) Do you live in or near [fill TOWN]? (COMM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes185598.5
5) No281.5
TOTAL1883100.0
69) Approximately what is the population of your town or city? Is it less than 5,000 thousand, 5,000 to 10,000, 10,000 to 100,000 or is its population 100,000 or more? (POP)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 5,00059331.5
2) 5,000 to 10,0001497.9
3) 10,000 to 100,00032317.2
4) 100,000 or more68236.2
8) Don't know1367.2
TOTAL1883100.0
70) Were you born in the same *county* you live in now? (SAME)
TOTAL%
1) Yes62533.2
5) No125866.8
TOTAL1883100.0
71) How many years have you lived here? (LIVE)
TOTAL%
0) 0191.5
1) 1876.9
2) 2866.8
3) 3756
4) 4544.3
5) 5493.9
6) 6312.5
7) 7393.1
8) 8383
9) 9272.1
10) 10352.8
11) 11191.5
12) 12252
13) 13282.2
14) 14141.1
15) 15352.8
16) 16181.4
17) 17171.4
18) 18322.5
19) 19161.3
20) 20342.7
21) 21171.4
22) 22211.7
23) 23241.9
24) 24181.4
25) 25453.6
26) 26191.5
27) 27131
28) 2810.8
29) 29121
30) 30332.6
31) 3111.9
32) 327.6
33) 33121
34) 349.7
35) 35262.1
36) 366.5
37) 37121
38) 38131
39) 3910.8
40) 40221.7
41) 415.4
42) 4210.8
43) 439.7
44) 449.7
45) 45131
46) 463.2
47) 474.3
48) 485.4
49) 493.2
50) 50211.7
51) 511.1
52) 527.6
53) 535.4
54) 543.2
55) 557.6
56) 561.1
57) 575.4
58) 582.2
59) 592.2
60) 606.5
61) 612.2
62) 622.2
63) 631.1
64) 642.2
65) 651.1
72) 722.2
75) 751.1
76) 761.1
78) 781.1
79) 791.1
80) 803.2
89) 891.1
999) Refused1.1
Missing610 
TOTAL1258100.0
72) Were you born in Nebraska, another state, or a foreign country? (BORN)
TOTAL%
1) Nebraska63950.8
2) Another state56344.8
3) Foreign country564.5
Missing610 
TOTAL1258100.0
73) Are you still living in the same residence as you were two years ago? (RESI)
TOTAL%
1) Yes142475.6
5) No45924.4
TOTAL1883100.0
74) Two years ago were you living in the same community, the same county,a different county in Nebraska or in another state? (C123)
TOTAL%
1) Same community19241.7
2) Same county9019.6
3) Different county in Nebraska8518.5
4) Another state8618.7
5) Another country (foreign country or territory)71.5
Missing1478 
TOTAL460100.0
75) How many times have you moved in the last two years? (MOVE)
TOTAL%
1) 124252.6
2) 211124.1
3) 37315.9
4) 4214.6
5) 54.9
7) 74.9
8) 81.2
888) Don't know3.7
999) Refused1.2
Missing1478 
TOTAL460100.0
76) How satisfied are you with your community as a place to live? Would you say you are very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied, very dissatisfied or neither satisfied nor dissatisfied? (CSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied87746.6
2) Satisfied86546
3) Dissatisfied693.7
4) Very dissatisfied231.2
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied452.4
8) Don't know1.1
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL1882100.0
77) Overall, then, would you say that you like or do not like living in your neighborhood? Do you like it very much, like it somewhat, dislike it somewhat, dislike it very much or neither like nor dislike it? (CNEI)
TOTAL%
1) Like very much124266
2) Like somewhat53428.4
3) Dislike somewhat583.1
4) Dislike very much201.1
5) Neither like nor dislike231.2
8) Don't know6.3
TOTAL1883100.0
78) All things considered, would you say that your community is safer from crime, about as safe or not as safe as it was two years ago? (SAFE)
TOTAL%
1) Safer from crime856
2) About as safe90063.2
3) Not as safe42229.6
8) Don't know161.1
9) Refused1.1
Missing405 
TOTAL1424100.0
79) How do you feel about the quality of the PUBLIC schools that the children from your community attend? Would you say that it is very good, fairly good, neither good nor bad, not very good or not good at all? (PSCH)
TOTAL%
1) Very good71337.8
2) Fairly good72638.5
3) Neither good nor bad804.2
4) Not very good844.5
5) Not good at all331.8
8) Don't know24813.2
TOTAL1884100.0
80) Overall, how satisfied are you with your current financial situation? Would you say very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied, very dissatisfied or neither satisfied nor dissatisfied? (FINA)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied23812.6
2) Satisfied117962.6
3) Dissatisfied31516.7
4) Very dissatisfied794.2
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied613.2
8) Don't know8.4
9) Refused4.2
TOTAL1884100.0
81) What about your financial prospects? Do you feel that you are better off this year than you were two years ago at this time, about the same or worse off? (PROS)
TOTAL%
1) Better78441.6
2) Same80642.8
3) Worse27914.8
8) Don't know11.6
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1883100.0
82) How would you say your family income compares to that of American families in general? Would you say it is far below average, below average, average, above average or far above average? (FINC)
TOTAL%
1) Far below average522.8
2) Below average40021.2
3) Average96051
4) Above average37119.7
5) Far above average472.5
8) Don't know482.5
9) Refused6.3
TOTAL1884100.0
83) Do you believe that your chances to do well economically are better, about the same or worse than the chances your parents had when they were your age? (ECON)
TOTAL%
1) Better118963.1
2) Same35819
3) Worse26614.1
8) Don't know693.7
9) Refused1.1
TOTAL1883100.0
84) Taking all things together, how would you say you are these days? Would you say you are very happy, pretty happy or not too happy? (GHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy64734.3
2) Pretty happy112459.7
3) Not too happy1035.5
8) Don't know8.4
9) Refused2.1
TOTAL1884100.0
85) Taking all things together, how would you describe your marriage? Would you say that your marriage is very happy, pretty happy or not too happy? (MHAP)
TOTAL%
1) Very happy77463.3
2) Pretty happy40633.2
3) Not too happy272.2
8) Don't know9.7
9) Refused6.5
Missing758 
TOTAL1222100.0
86) How do you feel about the way you can confide in your (husband/wife) and discuss anything that comes up? Do you feel that communication is very good, okay or not so good? (MCOM)
TOTAL%
1) Very good82667.6
2) Okay33127.1
3) Not so good544.4
8) Don't know4.3
9) Refused7.6
Missing758 
TOTAL1222100.0
87) Last week, were you working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house or what? (EMPL)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)107257
2) Working a part-time job(s)22712.1
3) With a job, but not at all work - temporary illness/vacation/strike7.4
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work17.9
5) Retired30015.9
6) In school522.8
7) Keeping house1457.7
8) Disabled241.3
9) Other382
TOTAL1882100.0
88) During the average week, how many hours do you usually work, not including the time you travel to and from work? (WHRS)
TOTAL%
2) 21.1
3) 31.1
4) 43.2
5) 55.4
6) 61.1
8) 85.4
9) 91.1
10) 10131
11) 114.3
12) 127.5
13) 1300
14) 141.1
15) 15141.1
16) 168.6
17) 171.1
18) 184.3
19) 191.1
20) 20544.1
22) 222.2
23) 231.1
24) 24131
25) 25171.3
26) 263.2
27) 273.2
28) 282.2
30) 30503.8
32) 32131
33) 332.2
34) 341.1
35) 35423.2
36) 36131
37) 3711.8
38) 389.7
39) 396.5
40) 4037728.8
41) 414.3
42) 42201.5
43) 43191.5
44) 4411.8
45) 451229.3
46) 468.6
47) 479.7
48) 48241.8
49) 492.2
50) 5016712.8
51) 511.1
52) 524.3
53) 533.2
54) 544.3
55) 55493.7
56) 562.2
57) 571.1
58) 582.2
59) 592.2
60) 60806.1
62) 623.2
63) 631.1
65) 65151.1
68) 683.2
70) 70272.1
75) 754.3
76) 761.1
77) 771.1
78) 781.1
80) 8011.8
84) 842.2
85) 851.1
90) 902.2
98) 981.1
100) 100 hours or more4.3
888) Don't know8.6
999) Refused1.1
Missing585 
TOTAL1309100.0
89) How satisfied are you with your job? Would you say you are very satisfied, satisfied, dissatisfied or very dissatisfied? (JSAT)
TOTAL%
1) Very satisfied51139.1
2) Satisfied65350
3) Dissatisfied967.3
4) Very dissatisfied191.5
5) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied262
8) Don't know1.1
9) Refused1.1
Missing585 
TOTAL1307100.0
90) Were you ever employed for as long as one year? (EEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Yes52390.6
5) No549.4
Missing1298 
TOTAL577100.0
91) Could you tell me approximately how many are employed where you work? (WNUM)
TOTAL%
1) Less than 2547536.3
2) 25 to 5017613.5
3) 51 to 10013510.3
4) 101 to 25013310.2
5) 251 to 5001007.7
6) Over 50024919.1
8) Don't know382.9
9) Refused1.1
Missing585 
TOTAL1307100.0
92) Last week, was (your husband/your wife/the primary income earner in the household) working full-time, part-time, going to school, keeping house or what? (SEMP)
TOTAL%
1) Working a full-time job (35 hours or more)77461.9
2) Working a part-time job(s)15612.5
3) With a job, but not at all work - temporary illness/vacation/strike3.2
4) Unemployed, laid off, looking for work4.3
5) Retired14211.4
6) In school6.5
7) Keeping house1098.7
8) Disabled403.2
88) Don't know9.7
99) Refused7.6
Missing770 
TOTAL1250100.0
93) Was (he/she) ever employed for as long as one year? (SEEM)
TOTAL%
1) Yes26383.2
5) No4915.5
8) Don't know2.6
9) Refused2.6
Missing1608 
TOTAL316100.0
94) Do you (or anyone else) in your household have an employment package which includes paid vacation? (BEN1)
TOTAL%
1) No69336.8
2) Yes, respondent only47325.1
3) Yes, respondent's spouse or parent25613.6
4) Yes, respondent and spouse/parents/others in household41522.1
5) Other291.5
8) Don't know13.7
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1882100.0
95) Do you (or anyone else) in your household have an employment package which includes paid sick leave? (BEN2)
TOTAL%
1) No82743.9
2) Yes, respondent only44923.9
3) Yes, respondent's spouse or parent25613.6
4) Yes, respondent and spouse/parents/others in household28615.2
5) Other271.4
8) Don't know341.8
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1882100.0
96) Do you (or anyone else) in your household have an employment package which includes health insurance? (BEN3)
TOTAL%
1) No54629
2) Yes, respondent only55729.6
3) Yes, respondent's spouse or parent32517.3
4) Yes, respondent and spouse/parents/others in household38320.3
5) Other623.3
8) Don't know7.4
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1883100.0
97) Do you (or anyone else) in your household have an employment package which includes a retirement program? (BEN4)
TOTAL%
1) No70337.3
2) Yes, respondent only49026
3) Yes, respondent's spouse or parent28615.2
4) Yes, respondent and spouse/parents/others in household31216.6
5) Other452.4
8) Don't know442.3
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1883100.0
98) Do you (or anyone else) in your household have an employment package which includes an option for paid child care? (BEN5)
TOTAL%
1) No152580.9
2) Yes, respondent only814.3
3) Yes, respondent's spouse or parent542.9
4) Yes, respondent and spouse/parents/others in household241.3
5) Other17.9
8) Don't know1809.6
9) Refused3.2
TOTAL1884100.0
99) Now I would like to ask you some questions about your home. Which of the following comes closest to the kind of housing unit you now live in? (HOME)
TOTAL%
1) Mobile home703.7
2) Detached single family house151480.4
3) Townhouse/condominium392.1
4) Apartment/duplex24813.2
5) Other12.6
TOTAL1883100.0
100) Do you or some member of your household own your home outright, are you buying it or do you rent? (OHOM)
TOTAL%
1) Own80242.6
2) Buying57930.7
3) Renting47525.2
4) Other261.4
8) Don't know1.1
TOTAL1883100.0
101) Would you be willing to respond to a questionnaire which would be sent to you in the mail regarding your employment and retirement planning? Once again, your name will not be given to any marketing or sales organization; the research is purely informational and no one will try to sell you anything. Willing to respond to mail survey (FOLL)
TOTAL%
1) Yes38373.2
5) No14026.8
Missing1268 
TOTAL523100.0
102) Now I would like to ask you a few questions about any travel or vacations you have taken in the past 12 months. Have you traveled on any trips to places over 100 miles from home in 1995 (TT1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes100778.5
5) No27221.2
8) Don't know1.1
9) Refused2.2
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
103) Did any of those trips have a final destination in Nebraska? (TT2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41641.2
5) No59358.7
8) Don't know1.1
Missing892 
TOTAL1010100.0
104) Were any of those primarily vacation/recreation trips? (TT3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31074.3
5) No10725.7
Missing1469 
TOTAL417100.0
105) Have you participated in each of these activities in Nebraska? (TT8)
TOTAL%
1) Yes97976.4
5) No28522.2
8) Don't know131
9) Refused5.4
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
106) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT10)
TOTAL%
1) Very important59846.6
2) Somewhat important47236.8
3) Not important15211.9
4) Not at all important544.2
8) Don't know5.4
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
107) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT11)
TOTAL%
1) Very important25419.8
2) Somewhat important62048.4
3) Not important31524.6
4) Not at all important876.8
8) Don't know5.4
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
108) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT12)
TOTAL%
1) Very important15712.2
2) Somewhat important60647.3
3) Not important40031.2
4) Not at all important1148.9
8) Don't know4.3
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
109) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT13)
TOTAL%
1) Very important24819.3
2) Somewhat important64150
3) Not important30423.7
4) Not at all important826.4
8) Don't know6.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
110) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT14)
TOTAL%
1) Very important19615.3
2) Somewhat important56944.4
3) Not important39630.9
4) Not at all important1179.1
8) Don't know3.2
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1282100.0
111) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT15)
TOTAL%
1) Very important29623.1
2) Somewhat important54642.6
3) Not important31224.4
4) Not at all important1209.4
8) Don't know6.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1281100.0
112) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT16)
TOTAL%
1) Very important30323.7
2) Somewhat important60447.2
3) Not important27021.1
4) Not at all important917.1
8) Don't know12.9
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1281100.0
113) How important are each of the following in influencing you to visit attractions and events? (TT17)
TOTAL%
1) Yes, and it's very important13710.7
2) Yes and it's somewhat important725.6
3) Yes, and it's not important7.5
4) Yes, but it's not at all important1.1
5) No, there are no other sources101679.3
8) Don't know473.7
9) Refused1.1
Missing599 
TOTAL1281100.0
114) Have you visited any public parks or recreation sites in Nebraska in the previous year? (GP1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes42771
5) No17028.3
8) Don't know4.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
115) Which did you visit the most frequently-federal, state or regional/local sites in Nebraska? (GP3A)
TOTAL%
1) Federal194.4
2) State24757.8
3) Local15235.6
4) Other4.9
8) Don't know51.2
Missing1466 
TOTAL427100.0
116) Which did you visit the second most frequently - federal, state or regional/local sites in Nebraska? (GP3B)
TOTAL%
1) Federal429.8
2) State14333.4
3) Local16538.6
4) Other1.2
7) No others6916.1
8) Don't know71.6
9) Refused1.2
Missing1466 
TOTAL428100.0
117) Which did you visit the third most frequently - federal, state or regional/local sites in Nebraska? (GP3C)
TOTAL%
1) Federal14640.7
2) State185
3) Local5615.6
4) Other61.7
7) No others11532
8) Don't know174.7
9) Refused1.3
Missing1538 
TOTAL359100.0
118) Do you consider yourself an outdoor person? (GP4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes47278.5
5) No12520.8
8) Don't know4.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
119) Did you participate in any outdoor recreation activities *away from home* during the past year? (GP5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes35358.7
5) No24841.3
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
120) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you go fishing in Nebraska? (GP7)
TOTAL%
0) None, zero days38163.4
1) 1254.2
2) 2366
3) 3122
4) 4111.8
5) 5101.7
6) 6101.7
7) 74.7
8) 83.5
10) 10244
12) 1291.5
13) 132.3
14) 143.5
15) 15101.7
17) 171.2
20) 20152.5
21) 211.2
22) 221.2
24) 241.2
25) 2581.3
30) 30101.7
35) 355.8
40) 401.2
45) 452.3
50) 5061
60) 602.3
80) 801.2
156) 1561.2
160) 1601.2
170) 1701.2
180) 1802.3
275) 2751.2
888) Don't know1.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
121) Have you ever fished in Nebraska? (FSH1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes23661.8
5) No14638.2
Missing1476 
TOTAL382100.0
122) What is the main reason you do not fish? (FSH2)
TOTAL%
0) Other (specify)8321.8
1) Don't like to fish16242.5
2) I am afraid of the water1.3
3) I don't have the skill71.8
4) Don't have anyone to fish with112.9
5) Physically unable to go fishing174.5
6) Cost of supplies, equipment, or license fees51.3
7) No time (too many work/family commitments or other)8321.8
8) Fishing regulations-confusing; restrictive2.5
9) Wasn't satisfied with what I had been catching82.1
88) Don't know2.5
Missing1476 
TOTAL381100.0
123) What percent of your time did you fish on the Platte River? (GP8)
TOTAL%
0) 017579.5
1) 141.8
5) 52.9
7) 72.9
10) 1031.4
15) 152.9
25) 2562.7
33) 33104.5
50) 502.9
67) 671.5
75) 752.9
100) 100104.5
888) Don't know1.5
Missing1691 
TOTAL220100.0
124) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you go boating? (GP9)
TOTAL%
0) None, zero days38563.8
1) 1355.8
2) 2284.6
3) 3193.2
4) 4223.6
5) 5142.3
6) 63.5
7) 7101.7
8) 85.8
10) 10223.6
11) 112.3
12) 125.8
14) 141.2
15) 15142.3
20) 2091.5
21) 211.2
25) 2561
30) 30111.8
32) 321.2
40) 403.5
50) 502.3
60) 603.5
70) 702.3
Missing1284 
TOTAL603100.0
125) What percent of your boating was for fishing? (GP10)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL188328.6038.67
126) What percent of your boating was non-power boating? (GP11)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL188315.4433.00
127) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you crane watch on the Platte? (GP12)
TOTAL%
0) 051084.9
1) 1447.3
2) 2213.5
3) 361
4) 44.7
5) 51.2
6) 62.3
10) 102.3
14) 141.2
35) 351.2
88) 881.2
100) 1001.2
365) 3655.8
888) Don't know2.3
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
128) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you go hunting? (GP15)
TOTAL%
0) 047779.6
1) 1122
2) 281.3
3) 34.7
4) 44.7
5) 591.5
6) 671.2
7) 73.5
8) 861
9) 92.3
10) 1071.2
12) 123.5
14) 1461
15) 15111.8
20) 2061
21) 213.5
25) 254.7
30) 30142.3
35) 351.2
40) 404.7
45) 451.2
60) 602.3
70) 703.5
100) 1001.2
888) Don't know1.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL599100.0
129) Do you object to the trapping of animals to control the spread of disease or to prevent damage to property or livestock? (WLF1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes16718.6
5) No68275.9
8) Don't know495.5
Missing992 
TOTAL898100.0
130) Do you object to the trapping of fur animals for the harvest of fur? (WLF2)
TOTAL%
1) Yes41045.7
5) No42947.8
8) Don't know586.5
Missing992 
TOTAL897100.0
131) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you participate in nongame wildlife activities such as observing, photographing or feeding wildlife? (WLF4)
TOTAL%
0) None, zero days39143.5
1) 1353.9
2) 2647.1
3) 3262.9
4) 4121.3
5) 5384.2
6) 6111.2
7) 7101.1
8) 84.4
9) 92.2
10) 10374.1
12) 12161.8
14) 14161.8
15) 1591
17) 171.1
18) 181.1
20) 20171.9
21) 214.4
23) 231.1
24) 241.1
25) 255.6
26) 262.2
28) 281.1
30) 30131.4
35) 353.3
40) 401.1
45) 452.2
50) 50111.2
52) 523.3
60) 608.9
70) 701.1
75) 752.2
80) 801.1
88) 881.1
90) 907.8
100) 1005.6
120) 1206.7
125) 1251.1
150) 15091
170) 1701.1
175) 1753.3
180) 1806.7
182) 1821.1
200) 2004.4
250) 2503.3
270) 2701.1
275) 2751.1
300) 3008.9
325) 3251.1
365) 365748.2
888) Don't know182
Missing992 
TOTAL899100.0
132) Do you or anyone in your household feed birds? (BRD1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes50856.6
5) No39043.4
Missing992 
TOTAL898100.0
133) Are the birds fed with household scraps, commercial store-bought products or both? (BRD2)
TOTAL%
1) Household scraps7815.4
3) Commercial store-bought products28455.9
5) Both14528.5
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1375 
TOTAL508100.0
134) During what season or seasons do you feed birds with bird seed or other commercial products? (BRD3)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31573.4
5) No11326.3
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1455 
TOTAL429100.0
135) Do you feed them commercial products in the summer? (BRD4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes29368.3
5) No13431.2
8) Don't know2.5
Missing1455 
TOTAL429100.0
136) Do you feed them commercial products in the fall? (BRD5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes31874.3
5) No10925.5
8) Don't know1.2
Missing1455 
TOTAL428100.0
137) Do you feed them commercial products in the winter? (BRD6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes39692.3
5) No337.7
Missing1455 
TOTAL429100.0
138) What types of store-bought bird food do you most often place outside for birds during the winter? (BRD7)
TOTAL%
1) Mixed seed (also called millet mix or wild bird seed mix)27770.1
2) Sunflower seeds6115.4
3) Safflower seeds2.5
4) Niger (also called thistle seed)164.1
5) Suet2.5
8) Cracked corn102.5
9) Something else - other (specify)143.5
88) Don't know133.3
Missing1487 
TOTAL395100.0
139) In addition to [fill seed], is there any other type of store bought bird food which you leave outside for birds during the winter? (BRD8)
TOTAL%
0) No others21755.1
1) Mixed seed (also called millet mix or wild bird seed)348.6
2) Sunflower seeds4611.7
3) Safflower seeds3.8
4) Niger (also called thistle seed)215.3
5) Suet143.6
6) Hummingbird syrup2.5
7) Peanuts1.3
8) Cracked corn184.6
9) Something else - other (specify)276.9
88) Don't know112.8
Missing1487 
TOTAL394100.0
140) Do you know the number of pounds of sunflower seed that you give to birds during the winter? (BRD9)
TOTAL%
1) One to 10 pounds per winter2927.4
2) 11 to 25 pounds per winter1514.2
3) 26 to 50 pounds per winter2523.6
4) 51 to 100 pounds per winter1211.3
5) 101 to 500 pounds per winter1413.2
8) Don't know1110.4
Missing1773 
TOTAL106100.0
141) What size bag of sunflower seed do you buy in the winter? (B9A)
TOTAL%
1) Five pounds218.2
3) 10 pounds436.4
4) 20 pounds218.2
5) 25 pounds19.1
7) 50 pounds19.1
8) Don't know19.1
9) Refused00
Missing1870 
TOTAL11100.0
142) How often do you buy a bag of sunflower seed in the winter? (B9B)
TOTAL%
3) Once every two weeks/ two to three times a month110
4) Once a month330
5) Once every two to three months330
6) Once each winter110
8) Don't know220
Missing1870 
TOTAL10100.0
143) Do you know the number of pounds of mixed seed or millet that you give to birds during the winter? (BRD0)
TOTAL%
1) One to 10 pounds per winter6726.9
2) 11 to 25 pounds per winter6827.3
3) 26 to 50 pounds per winter3915.7
4) 51 to 100 pounds per winter2811.2
5) 101 to 500 pounds per winter104
6) Greater than 500 pounds per winter1.4
8) Don't know3614.5
Missing1636 
TOTAL249100.0
144) What size bag of mixed seed or millet do you buy in the winter? (B0A)
TOTAL%
1) Five pounds925.7
2) Seven pounds12.9
3) 10 pounds411.4
4) 20 pounds38.6
5) 25 pounds25.7
6) 40 pounds12.9
7) 50 pounds25.7
8) Don't know1234.3
9) Refused12.9
Missing1848 
TOTAL35100.0
145) How often do you buy a bag of mixed seed or millet in the winter? (B0B)
TOTAL%
2) Once a week/four times a month25.6
3) Once every two weeks/ two to three times a month513.9
4) Once a month822.2
5) Once every two to three months616.7
6) Once each winter411.1
8) Don't know1130.6
Missing1848 
TOTAL36100.0
146) Would you support the payment of an excise tax of approximately 10% on binoculars, cameras, and bird feeds and feeders to be used to support non-game wildlife programs, such as bird watching? (WLF5)
TOTAL%
1) Yes12851.6
5) No10040.3
8) Don't know208.1
Missing1636 
TOTAL248100.0
147) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you go swimming? (GP16)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL188310.9223.35
148) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you play softball or baseball? (GP17)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18835.1115.63
149) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you play soccer? (GP18)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18830.664.92
150) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you go for a walk? (GP22)
TOTAL%
0) 07812.9
2) 291.5
3) 381.3
4) 45.8
5) 5101.7
6) 6152.5
7) 761
8) 81.2
10) 10264.3
12) 12162.6
14) 145.8
15) 15132.1
17) 172.3
20) 20274.5
21) 211.2
25) 25111.8
30) 30396.4
35) 351.2
40) 40132.1
45) 453.5
48) 481.2
50) 50386.3
52) 5291.5
60) 60193.1
70) 701.2
75) 7561
80) 803.5
90) 90111.8
95) 951.2
96) 962.3
100) 100325.3
104) 10461
105) 1051.2
110) 1102.3
120) 12081.3
125) 12561
130) 1301.2
132) 1321.2
140) 1401.2
144) 1441.2
150) 150132.1
156) 1562.3
170) 1701.2
175) 1753.5
180) 18091.5
185) 1852.3
200) 200264.3
208) 2081.2
225) 2251.2
232) 2321.2
250) 250111.8
260) 2601.2
270) 27000
280) 2801.2
300) 300264.3
305) 30500
310) 3101.2
311) 3111.2
330) 3303.5
350) 3501.2
360) 3601.2
365) 365559.1
888) Don't know61
Missing1284 
TOTAL605100.0
151) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you run or jog? (GP23)
TOTAL%
0) 045976.4
1) 161
2) 24.7
3) 32.3
4) 41.2
5) 571.2
6) 64.7
7) 71.2
10) 10111.8
12) 122.3
15) 15132.2
17) 171.2
20) 20111.8
25) 255.8
26) 261.2
30) 3071.2
36) 361.2
40) 405.8
45) 452.3
50) 5081.3
52) 521.2
54) 543.5
60) 601.2
72) 721.2
75) 751.2
90) 902.3
96) 961.2
100) 100132.2
104) 10400
108) 1081.2
110) 1102.3
120) 1201.2
125) 1251.2
150) 15071.2
175) 1751.2
200) 2001.2
208) 2081.2
250) 2502.3
260) 2601.2
265) 2651.2
300) 3001.2
365) 36561
888) Don't know1.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
152) During the last twelve months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you ride a bicycle? (GP24)
TOTAL%
0) None-Zero days37262.1
1) 15.8
2) 2213.5
3) 3172.8
4) 42.3
5) 5152.5
6) 681.3
7) 71.2
8) 81.2
10) 10366
12) 125.8
14) 142.3
15) 1591.5
16) 161.2
17) 171.2
20) 20162.7
21) 211.2
24) 241.2
25) 253.5
30) 30213.5
35) 355.8
36) 361.2
40) 4061
45) 451.2
50) 5071.2
52) 521.2
60) 603.5
65) 651.2
75) 754.7
80) 802.3
90) 901.2
100) 100101.7
120) 1202.3
150) 15000
170) 1701.2
180) 1801.2
182) 1821.2
200) 2005.8
250) 2501.2
300) 3003.5
365) 3654.7
888) Don't know1.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL599100.0
153) What percent of your bike riding was for commuting to work or school? (GP25)
TOTAL%
0) 020890.8
5) 51.4
10) 1031.3
20) 2000
23) 231.4
25) 252.9
50) 5052.2
75) 751.4
80) 802.9
90) 901.4
100) 10041.7
999) Refused1.4
Missing1664 
TOTAL229100.0
154) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you ride horseback? (GP26)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18833.8023.86
155) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you ride an off-road motorcycle, an off-highway vehicle (OHV) or all-terrain vehicle (ATV)? (GP27)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18838.8641.98
156) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you visit any historic sites? (GP28)
TOTAL%
0) 025943
1) 16310.5
2) 26811.3
3) 3528.6
4) 4284.7
5) 5406.6
6) 6111.8
7) 771.2
8) 84.7
9) 91.2
10) 10274.5
12) 1281.3
14) 142.3
15) 1581.3
20) 2061
21) 211.2
24) 241.2
25) 251.2
30) 3061
40) 401.2
75) 751.2
888) Don't know71.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL602100.0
157) During the last 12 months, (that is, from Oct/Nov/Dec 1994 to Sept/Oct/Nov 1995), how many days did you visit State Parks or Recreation Areas which required you to have a Nebraska Park Entry Permit (GP29)
TOTAL%
0) 025943
1) 1569.3
2) 2427
3) 3355.8
4) 4183
5) 5223.7
6) 6152.5
7) 7111.8
8) 85.8
9) 92.3
10) 10355.8
12) 1271.2
14) 145.8
15) 15183
17) 171.2
20) 20183
24) 241.2
25) 25101.7
30) 30132.2
35) 351.2
40) 404.7
50) 501.2
54) 541.2
60) 603.5
70) 701.2
75) 753.5
90) 904.7
100) 10061
120) 1201.2
180) 1801.2
888) Don't know3.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL602100.0
158) What percent of your time at *State Parks and Recreation Areas* was spent fishing? (GPF)
TOTAL%
0) 08438.5
1) 152.3
2) 21.5
3) 31.5
5) 573.2
7) 71.5
8) 800
10) 1094.1
15) 1531.4
20) 202.9
25) 252310.6
30) 301.5
33) 3383.7
40) 402.9
50) 502611.9
67) 6752.3
70) 701.5
75) 7573.2
80) 802.9
90) 901.5
100) 1002712.4
888) Don't know1.5
999) Refused1.5
Missing1691 
TOTAL218100.0
159) What percent of your time at *State Parks and Recreation Areas* was spent hunting? (GPH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18835.1917.32
160) Overall, during the past 12 months, have you participated in outdoor activities more, less or about the same as in previous years? (GP30)
TOTAL%
1) More8614.3
2) Less22537.4
3) About the same28847.9
8) Don't know2.3
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
161) If you had the time, skill, and resources, what outdoor activities would you do or do more of? (GP33)
TOTAL%
0) None, no activities6210.3
1) Backpack or hike244
2) Bicycle284.7
3) Boat467.7
4) Camp457.5
5) Fish9315.5
6) Gold386.3
7) Hunt406.7
8) Ride horseback294.8
9) Other - specify9716.2
10) Softball152.5
11) Tennis111.8
12) Walk518.5
14) Snowmobile3.5
15) Motorcycle, off-road2.3
88) Don't know162.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL600100.0
162) What other activities would you do more of? (ACT2)
TOTAL%
0) None, no activities13725.4
1) Backpack or hike152.8
2) Bicycle387
3) Boat305.6
4) Camp275
5) Fish499.1
6) Golf91.7
7) Hunt397.2
8) Ride horseback112
9) Other-specify10820
10) Softball91.7
11) Tennis112
12) Walk336.1
13) Ride ATV, OHV1.2
14) Snowmobile00
15) Motorcycle, off-road4.7
88) Don't know173.1
99) Refused2.4
Missing1346 
TOTAL540100.0
163) Any other activities? (ACT3)
TOTAL%
0) None, no activities18646.5
1) Backpack or hike82
2) Bicycle174.3
3) Boat143.5
4) Camp153.8
5) Fish133.3
6) Gold71.8
7) Hunt92.3
8) Ride horseback71.8
9) Other-specify7218
10) Softball3.8
11) Tennis2.5
12) Walk246
13) Ride ATV, OHV1.3
15) Motorcycle, off-road51.3
88) Don't know153.8
99) Refused2.5
Missing1491 
TOTAL400100.0
164) What limits you from participating in more of these activities? (GP32)
TOTAL%
1) Lack of time32460
2) Lack of money or equipment/can't afford to366.7
3) Lack skill-know how to/physically unable458.3
4) Lack of trails5.9
5) Other12322.8
8) Don't know71.3
Missing1346 
TOTAL540100.0
165) In the last 12 months, did you have any contact with a Nebraska Conservation officer or game warden? (LAW1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes13915
5) No78884.8
8) Don't know2.2
Missing964 
TOTAL929100.0
166) For what reason or reasons did you contact them? (LAW2)
TOTAL%
1) To report a law violation107.2
2) For explanation of fish or game laws or regulations75.1
3) To report sick or injured wildlife1712.3
4) For identification of wildlife species32.2
5) To request other information4129.7
6) Something else/other-specify6043.5
Missing1752 
TOTAL138100.0
167) Was there any other reason or reasons that you contacted them? (LAW3)
TOTAL%
1) To report a law violation1.7
2) For explanation of fish or game laws or regulations21.4
3) To report sick or injured wildlife42.9
5) To request other information96.4
6) Something else/other - specify53.6
7) No other reason or reasons11884.3
8) Don't know1.7
Missing1752 
TOTAL140100.0
168) Do you think that game law violations are a serious problem in Nebraska? (LAW4)
TOTAL%
1) Yes32334.8
5) No32234.7
8) Don't know28330.5
9) Refused1.1
Missing964 
TOTAL929100.0
169) Do you ever access information from a computer On-Line service, such as America On-Line, CompuServe, Delphi, Genie, Prodigy or an Internet provider? (NL1)
TOTAL%
1) Yes7412.3
5) No52787.7
8) Don't know00
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
170) Increased coverage in newspapers of nature, wildlife and outdoor activities. Would that be (NL2)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful12721.1
2) Useful31953.1
3) Not useful14924.8
8) Don't know61
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
171) Increased coverage in newspapers of parks, hunting or fishing. Would that be (NL3)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful9916.5
2) Useful30951.4
3) Not useful18731.1
8) Don't know61
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
172) A Grune and Parks Commission TV show. Would that be (NL4)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful10717.8
2) Useful25943.1
3) Not useful22637.6
8) Don't know91.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
173) Expanded coverage of nature, wildlife, and other non-game outdoor activities in Nebraskaland Magazine (NL5)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful10717.8
2) Useful25241.9
3) Not useful22337.1
8) Don't know193.2
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
174) Expanded coverage of fishing, hunting and parks in Nebraskaland Magazine (NL6)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful10517.5
2) Useful24440.6
3) Not useful24340.4
8) Don't know91.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
175) More radio coverage (NL7)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful538.8
2) Useful23739.4
3) Not useful30250.2
8) Don't know91.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
176) More information brochures (NL8)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful8714.5
2) Useful27445.5
3) Not useful23739.4
8) Don't know4.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL602100.0
177) Expanded online computer information service (NL9)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful366
2) Useful12721.1
3) Not useful42871.2
8) Don't know101.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
178) Video Tapes (NL10)
TOTAL%
1) Very useful528.7
2) Useful20634.3
3) Not useful33956.4
8) Don't know4.7
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
179) Which of the following best describes how familiar you are with Nebraskaland Magazine? (NL11)
TOTAL%
1) I or someone in my household subscribes6010
2) I read it often but do not subscribe6911.5
3) I read it once in awhile18931.4
4) I have seen it occasionally but don't read it16828
5) I am not familiar with the magazine11218.6
8) Don't know3.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
180) Would you consider subscribing to Nebraskaland if it contained more stories and information about hunting and fishing (NL12)
TOTAL%
1) Yes11125.9
5) No30771.7
8) Don't know102.3
Missing1460 
TOTAL428100.0
181) Would you consider subscribing to Nebraskaland if it contained more stories and information about parks and other outdoor activities (NL13)
TOTAL%
1) Yes20748.3
5) No20648
8) Don't know163.7
Missing1460 
TOTAL429100.0
182) Would you consider subscribing to Nebraskaland if it contained more stories and information about nature and wildlife (NL14)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21750.6
5) No19946.4
8) Don't know133
Missing1460 
TOTAL429100.0
183) Would you consider subscribing to Nebraskaland if it contained more stories and information about life and history of Nebraska (NL15)
TOTAL%
1) Yes21850.8
5) No19846.2
8) Don't know133
Missing1460 
TOTAL429100.0
184) Would you consider subscribing to Nebraskaland if it contained more stories and information about some other topic of interest? And please tell me what that might be? (NL16)
TOTAL%
1) Yes8720.3
5) No30370.6
8) Don't know399.1
Missing1460 
TOTAL429100.0
185) Do you or some other member of your household ever get hunting or fishing licenses? (NL17)
TOTAL%
1) Yes36560.7
5) No23338.8
8) Don't know3.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
186) Do you or anyone in your household *who is not required to buy a permit* hunt or fish? (NL18)
TOTAL%
1) Yes14123.5
5) No46076.5
Missing1284 
TOTAL601100.0
187) Do you think the care most people receive in a nursing home today is very good, fairly good, fairly poor or very poor? (HC1)
TOTAL%
1) Very good11116.4
2) Fairly good34350.7
3) Fairly poor10014.8
4) Very poor304.4
8) Don't know9213.6
9) Refused1.1
Missing1134 
TOTAL677100.0
188) Would you be very likely, somewhat likely, not too likely, or not at all likely to go to a nursing home for these periodic medical services? (HC2)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely9213.6
2) Somewhat likely15022.1
3) Not too likely22232.7
4) Not at all likely18627.4
8) Don't know274
9) Refused1.1
Missing1134 
TOTAL678100.0
189) How likely would you be to go to a nursing home for routine care if the cost for such services were less than going to a doctor's office or hospital? Would you say very likely, somewhat likely, not too likely, or not at all likely? (HC3)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely12919
2) Somewhat likely18126.7
3) Not too likely18627.4
4) Not at all likely13720.2
8) Don't know456.6
9) Refused1.1
Missing1134 
TOTAL679100.0
190) How likely do you think it is that you, personally, will need long-term care (that is, care in a nursing home or similar facility) at some point in your life? (HC4)
TOTAL%
1) Very likely8111.9
2) Somewhat likely21131.1
3) Not too likely15422.7
4) Not at all likely6810
8) Don't know16324
9) Refused2.3
Missing1134 
TOTAL679100.0
191) If you needed long term care during your retirement years, how would you pay for it? (HC5)
TOTAL%
1) Retirement/savings6028.4
2) Long term care insurance4219.9
4) Government157.1
5) Sell home31.4
6) Financial ruin - liquidate all assets104.7
7) Children will pay2.9
8) Other3215.2
88) Don't know4521.3
99) Refused2.9
Missing1652 
TOTAL211100.0
192) Have you ever considered purchasing long-term care insurance? (HC6)
TOTAL%
1) Yes9545.5
5) No11052.6
8) Don't know31.4
9) Refused1.5
Missing1654 
TOTAL209100.0
193) Did you purchase a long-term care insurance policy? (HC7)
TOTAL%
1) Yes4345.3
5) No5052.6
8) Don't know22.1
Missing1785 
TOTAL95100.0
194) For what reasons did you decide not to consider/purchase a long-term care insurance policy? (HC8)
TOTAL%
1) Too expensive/ can't afford5834.9
2) Already have resources to pay for long term care31.8
3) Not likely to need care95.4
4) Already have insurance84.8
5) Don't like what I've already heard about long term care63.6
6) Adequate coverage provided by Medicaid31.8
7) Too young95.4
8) Other5432.5
88) Don't know137.8
99) Refused31.8
Missing1700 
TOTAL166100.0
195) What is the main reason that you considered long-term care protection? (HC9)
TOTAL%
1) Protect family income and assets2250
2) Would receive adequate care49.1
3) Avoid depending on family511.4
4) Freedom to choose place and type of care12.3
6) Other1125
8) Don't know12.3
Missing1835 
TOTAL44100.0
196) Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: Older people should not be allowed to transfer assets to their children to avoid paying for their own nursing home care. Would you say strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? (HC10)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree6910.2
2) Agree17926.4
3) Neither agree or disagree588.6
4) Disagree21932.3
5) Strongly disagree7010.3
8) Don't know7611.2
9) Refused6.9
Missing1134 
TOTAL677100.0
197) Terminally ill patients should have a right to choose to end their lives with the assistance of their physician. Would you say you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree? (HEML)
TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree57530.5
2) Agree72538.5
3) Neither agree or disagree723.8
4) Disagree24813.2
5) Strongly disagree19710.5
8) Don't know583.1
9) Refused8.4
TOTAL1883100.0
198) What is your religious preference? (RELI)
TOTAL%
1) Protestant109758.3
2) Catholic52427.8
3) Jewish10.5
4) None1286.8
5) Other1115.9
8) Don't know5.3
9) Refused8.4
TOTAL1883100.0
199) What specific denomination is that, if any? (DENO)
TOTAL%
1) Baptist968.8
2) Methodist24922.7
3) Lutheran35832.6
4) Presbyterian867.8
5) Episcopalian252.3
6) Church of Christ141.3
7) Evangelical Free Church232.1
8) Congregational211.9
9) Other1019.2
10) Christian (Disciples of Christ)161.5
11) United Church of Christ8.7
12) First Christian131.2
13) Assemblies of God161.5
14) No denomination/None595.4
88) Don't know10.9
99) Refused2.2
Missing742 
TOTAL1097100.0
200) How often do you attend religious services? (RATT)
TOTAL%
1) Several times a week1186.3
2) Once a week63133.5
3) Nearly every week23312.4
4) About once a month23012.2
5) Several times a year29415.6
6) About once a year1317
7) Less than once a year794.2
8) Never1508
88) Don't know10.5
99) Refused6.3
TOTAL1882100.0
201) Generally speaking, do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent or something else? (PART)
TOTAL%
1) Democrat54629
2) Republican75740.2
3) Independent45023.9
4) Other754
8) Don't know452.4
9) Refused11.6
TOTAL1884100.0
202) In general, do you see yourself politically as very liberal, liberal, middle of the road, conservative, very conservative or something else? (POLI)
TOTAL%
1) Very liberal351.9
2) Liberal28815.3
3) Middle-of-the-road74839.7
4) Conservative60732.3
5) Very conservative804.3
6) Other351.9
8) Don't know814.3
9) Refused8.4
TOTAL1882100.0
203) Have you voted in the last two years? (VOTE)
TOTAL%
1) Yes140174.4
5) No47225.1
8) Don't know10.5
TOTAL1883100.0
204) Did you vote in the last presidential election? (PVOT)
TOTAL%
1) Yes145377.1
5) No41822.2
8) Don't know12.6
9) Refused1.1
TOTAL1884100.0
205) Have you written a letter to the editor, or joined a community organization or worked in a political campaign in the last two years? (LETR)
TOTAL%
1) Yes30616.3
5) No157483.6
8) Don't know3.2
TOTAL1883100.0
206) Is your total family income $20,000 or more, or less than $20,000? (INCA)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 or more137873.1
5) Less than $20,00040121.3
8) Don't know512.7
9) Refused542.9
TOTAL1884100.0
207) When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (INCB)
TOTAL%
1) $20,000 - $24,99919113.9
2) $25,000 - $29,99923717.2
3) $30,000 - $39,99931823.1
4) $40,000 - $49,99920715
5) $50,000 - $59,9991289.3
6) $60,000 - $74,999836
7) $75,000 - $100,000916.6
8) $100,000 or more574.1
88) Don't know251.8
99) Refused413
Missing564 
TOTAL1378100.0
208) When I mention the category which describes your total family income in the last 12 months, please stop me. (INCC)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000276.7
2) $5,000 - $9,9999623.9
3) $10,000 - $14,99913633.9
4) $15,000 - $19,99912230.4
8) Don't know143.5
9) Refused61.5
Missing1426 
TOTAL401100.0
209) In what year were you born? (AGYR)
TOTAL%
888) Don't know00
999) Refused11.6
1896) 18961.1
1900) 19001.1
1901) 19011.1
1902) 19021.1
1903) 19031.1
1904) 19041.1
1905) 19053.2
1906) 19063.2
1907) 19073.2
1908) 19087.4
1909) 19094.2
1910) 191011.6
1911) 19118.4
1912) 19128.4
1913) 19136.3
1914) 19149.5
1915) 1915181
1916) 1916211.1
1917) 19177.4
1918) 191817.9
1919) 191914.7
1920) 1920191
1921) 192116.8
1922) 1922191
1923) 1923191
1924) 1924201.1
1925) 1925211.1
1926) 1926251.3
1927) 192717.9
1928) 192816.8
1929) 192916.8
1930) 1930221.2
1931) 1931251.3
1932) 1932261.4
1933) 1933211.1
1934) 1934201.1
1935) 1935211.1
1936) 193614.7
1937) 1937201.1
1938) 1938261.4
1939) 1939281.5
1940) 1940221.2
1941) 1941251.3
1942) 1942191
1943) 194313.7
1944) 1944201.1
1945) 1945201.1
1946) 1946291.5
1947) 1947301.6
1948) 1948221.2
1949) 1949251.3
1950) 1950432.3
1951) 1951462.4
1952) 1952311.6
1953) 1953412.2
1954) 1954432.3
1955) 1955361.9
1956) 1956392.1
1957) 1957361.9
1958) 1958382
1959) 1959341.8
1960) 1960372
1961) 1961482.5
1962) 1962573
1963) 1963382
1964) 1964532.8
1965) 1965351.9
1966) 1966372
1967) 1967422.2
1968) 1968372
1969) 1969402.1
1970) 1970402.1
1971) 1971432.3
1972) 1972402.1
1973) 1973341.8
1974) 1974522.8
1975) 1975482.5
1976) 1976281.5
TOTAL1888100.0
210) And finally, could you please tell me the number of persons living in your household who are 19 years of age or older? (ADLT)
TOTAL%
1) 130216
2) 2126967.4
3) 323312.4
4) 4512.7
5) 5221.2
6) 64.2
99) Refused1.1
TOTAL1882100.0
211) County (COUNTY)
TOTAL%
1) Adams392.1
3) Antelope8.4
5) Arthur1.1
11) Boone12.6
13) Box Butte191
15) Boyd1.1
17) Brown4.2
19) Buffalo552.9
21) Burt5.3
23) Butler16.8
25) Cass301.6
27) Cedar15.8
29) Chase6.3
31) Cherry9.5
33) Cheyenne12.6
35) Clay6.3
37) Colfax14.7
39) Cuming13.7
41) Custer15.8
43) Dakota211.1
45) Dawes12.6
47) Dawson211.1
49) Deuel4.2
51) Nixon11.6
53) Dodge542.9
55) Douglas51627.3
57) Dundy5.3
59) Fillmore15.8
61) Franklin5.3
63) Frontier6.3
65) Furnas4.2
67) Gage16.8
69) Garden2.1
71) Garfield5.3
73) Gosper7.4
77) Greeley9.5
79) Hall492.6
81) Hamilton6.3
83) Harlan5.3
85) Hayes2.1
87) Hitchcock5.3
89) Holt15.8
91) Hooker2.1
93) Howard4.2
95) Jefferson5.3
97) Johnson4.2
99) Kearney7.4
101) Keith8.4
105) Kimball7.4
107) Know9.5
109) Madison26113.8
111) Lincoln442.3
119) Madison351.9
121) Merrick6.3
123) Morrill7.4
125) Nance2.1
127) Nemaha6.3
129) Nuckolls10.5
131) Otoe16.8
133) Pawnee2.1
135) Perkins3.2
137) Phelps17.9
139) Pierce12.6
141) Platte351.9
143) Polk10.5
145) Red Willow7.4
147) Richardson7.4
149) Rock1.1
151) Saline14.7
153) Sarpy995.2
155) Saunders321.7
157) Scottsbluff412.2
159) Seward15.8
161) Sheridan4.2
163) Sherman2.1
165) Sioux3.2
167) Stanton1.1
169) Thayer8.4
173) Thurston7.4
177) Washington17.9
179) Wayne14.7
181) Webster11.6
183) Wheeler1.1
185) York201.1
TOTAL1891100.0
212) Rural/Urban (RURURB)
TOTAL%
1) Rural31616.8
2) Urban156783.2
TOTAL1883100.0
213) Planning and development regions (PDR)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18837.797.77
214) Region of the state (REGION)
TOTAL%
1) Panhandle1115.9
2) Southwest1457.7
3) North22211.8
4) South Central24413
5) Omaha Area68636.4
6) Southeast47625.3
TOTAL1884100.0
215) Respondents age category (AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 2425213.4
2) 25 to 3443022.8
3) 35 to 4437620
4) 45 to 5424413
5) 55 to 591095.8
6) 60 to 641105.8
7) 65 to 7419310.2
8) 75+1699
TOTAL1883100.0
216) Total family income (INCOME)
TOTAL%
1) Under $5,000271.4
2) $5,000 - $9,999965.1
3) $10,000 - $14,9991367.2
4) $15,000 - $19,9991226.5
5) $20,000 - $24,99919110.1
6) $25,000 - $29,99923712.6
7) $30,000 - $39,99931816.9
8) $40,000 - $49,99920711
9) $50,000 - $59,9991286.8
10) $60,000 - $74,999834.4
11) $75,000 - $100,000914.8
12) $100,000 or more573
13) Don't know14.7
14) Refused1769.3
TOTAL1883100.0
217) Adults in HH (ADULT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18832.040.71
218) Total number of child younger than 19 (CHILDREN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18830.781.16
219) Natural children younger than 19 (CHILD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18830.741.14
220) Stepchildren younger than 19 (STEP)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18830.030.26
221) Highest degree in household (HIDEGREE)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma764
2) High school diploma/GED58130.9
3) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)35218.7
4) Bachelor's degree (4yr, BA, BS, RN)26414
5) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)39921.2
6) [ARDA note: unknown code]21011.2
TOTAL1882100.0
222) Nohhold (NOHHOLD)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18832.811.37
223) Pweight (PWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL10.462
224) Hweight (HWEIGHT)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL18831.060.25
225) Respondents age category (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 19 to 2425213.4
2) 25 to 3443022.8
3) 35 to 4437620
4) 45 to 5424413
5) 55 to 6421911.6
6) 65+36219.2
TOTAL1883100.0
226) What is the highest degree you have attained? (for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
1) No diploma1417.5
2) High school diploma/GED73238.9
3) Some college but no degree40221.4
4) Technical/associate/junior college (two-year, LPN)1859.8
5) Bachelor's degree (four-year, BA, BS, RN)28515.1
6) Graduate degree (masters, MA, doctorate, PhD)1377.3
TOTAL1882100.0
227) What race do you consider yourself to be? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RACE)
TOTAL%
1) White176994.3
2) Black512.7
3) Other563
Missing4 
TOTAL1876100.0
228) Record Respondent's sex (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male88847.2
5) Female99552.8
TOTAL1883100.0