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The Australian Survey of Social Attitudes, 2017 - Codebook

All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).

1) A1A Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A bus/truck driver (A1A)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative19316.6
2) Close friend14812.7
3) Someone else I know29525.4
4) No one51744.5
8) Can't choose80.7
Missing156
Total1161100.0
2) A1B Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A senior executive of a large company (A1B)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative15213.2
2) Close friend16314.2
3) Someone else I know24521.3
4) No one57149.7
8) Can't choose171.5
Missing169
Total1148100.0
3) A1C Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A home or office cleaner (A1C)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative12310.7
2) Close friend13011.3
3) Someone else I know40835.4
4) No one48542.0
8) Can't choose80.7
Missing163
Total1154100.0
4) A1D Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A hairdresser/barber (A1D)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative13111.0
2) Close friend19416.3
3) Someone else I know53144.7
4) No one32227.1
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing128
Total1189100.0
5) A1E Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A human resource manager/personnel manager (A1E)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative14312.7
2) Close friend14913.2
3) Someone else I know27924.7
4) No one54147.9
8) Can't choose171.5
Missing188
Total1129100.0
6) A1F Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A lawyer (A1F)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative17314.9
2) Close friend19917.1
3) Someone else I know32928.3
4) No one44638.4
8) Can't choose151.3
Missing155
Total1162100.0
7) A1G Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A car mechanic (A1G)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative16314.1
2) Close friend18315.8
3) Someone else I know41836.0
4) No one38533.2
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing157
Total1160100.0
8) A1H Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A nurse (A1H)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative36530.7
2) Close friend30125.4
3) Someone else I know31126.2
4) No one20417.2
8) Can't choose60.5
Missing130
Total1187100.0
9) A1I Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A police officer (A1I)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative14912.8
2) Close friend13611.7
3) Someone else I know33728.9
4) No one53345.7
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing151
Total1166100.0
10) A1J Here is a list of jobs that people you know may have. These people could be family or relatives, close friends or someone else you know. By 'knowing' a person, we mean that you know him/her by name and well enough to contact him/her. If you know several people who have a job from the list below, please only tick the box for the person who you feel closest to. Each of these jobs could be held by a woman or a man. Do you know a woman or a man who is...? A school teacher (A1J)
 TOTAL%
1) Family or relative42435.2
2) Close friend31526.2
3) Someone else I know25421.1
4) No one20316.9
8) Can't choose80.7
Missing113
Total1204100.0
11) A2A To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Differences in income in Australia are too large. (A2A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree38330.1
2) Agree49639.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree23618.5
4) Disagree1088.5
5) Strongly disagree141.1
8) Can't choose362.8
Missing44
Total1273100.0
12) A2B To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? For a society to be fair, differences in people's standard of living should be small. (A2B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16613.1
2) Agree50940.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree28422.4
4) Disagree23918.9
5) Strongly disagree393.1
8) Can't choose292.3
Missing51
Total1266100.0
13) A2C To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? It is the responsibility of the government to reduce the differences in income between people with high incomes and those with low incomes. (A2C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18814.8
2) Agree37829.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree25720.2
4) Disagree30624.1
5) Strongly disagree1088.5
8) Can't choose332.6
Missing47
Total1270100.0
14) A2D To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? The social benefits in Australia make people lazy. (A2D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree27321.3
2) Agree38630.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree23518.3
4) Disagree25820.1
5) Strongly disagree1058.2
8) Can't choose241.9
Missing36
Total1281100.0
15) A3 People have different opinions on who should provide services in Australia. Who do you think should primarily provide health care for the sick? (A3)
 TOTAL%
1) Government113688.1
2) Private companies/for-profit organisations312.4
3) Non-profit organisations/charities/cooperatives332.6
5) Family, relatives or friends251.9
8) Can't choose645.0
Missing28
Total1289100.0
16) A4 And, who do you think should primarily provide care for older people? (A4)
 TOTAL%
1) Government85466.5
2) Private companies/for-profit organisations342.6
3) Non-profit organisations/charities/cooperatives1058.2
4) Religious organisations60.5
5) Family, relatives or friends17813.9
8) Can't choose1078.3
Missing33
Total1284100.0
17) A5A Some activities are done with others in organised groups, clubs or associations. The next questions are about your participation, if any, in such activities. In the past 12 months, how often, if at all, have you taken part in activities...? of groups or associations for leisure, sports or culture? (A5A)
 TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more36628.8
2) One to three times a month18914.8
3) Several times in the past year22817.9
4) Once in the past year937.3
5) Never37429.4
8) Can't choose231.8
Missing44
Total1273100.0
18) A5B Some activities are done with others in organised groups, clubs or associations. The next questions are about your participation, if any, in such activities. In the past 12 months, how often, if at all, have you taken part in activities...? of political parties, political groups or political associations? (A5B)
 TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more60.5
2) One to three times a month161.3
3) Several times in the past year413.3
4) Once in the past year887.1
5) Never106886.1
8) Can't choose211.7
Missing77
Total1240100.0
19) A5C Some activities are done with others in organised groups, clubs or associations. The next questions are about your participation, if any, in such activities. In the past 12 months, how often, if at all, have you taken part in activities...? of charitable or religious organisations that do voluntary work? (A5C)
 TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more1179.3
2) One to three times a month917.2
3) Several times in the past year17413.8
4) Once in the past year18614.8
5) Never65852.3
8) Can't choose322.5
Missing59
Total1258100.0
20) A6 To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statement? People like me don't have any say about what the government does. (A6)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree27021.0
2) Agree41131.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree20315.8
4) Disagree31924.8
5) Strongly disagree685.3
8) Can't choose171.3
Missing29
Total1288100.0
21) A7A This section is about who you would turn to for help in different situations, if you needed it. For each of the following situations, please tick one box to say who you would turn to first. If there are several people you are equally likely to turn to, please tick the box for the one you feel closest to. Who would you turn to first to... help you with a household or a garden job that you can't do yourself? (A7A)
 TOTAL%
1) Close family member84165.6
2) More distant family member60.5
3) Close friend17914.0
4) Neighbour433.4
5) Someone I work with141.1
6) Someone else13310.4
7) No one524.1
8) Can't choose141.1
Missing35
Total1282100.0
22) A7B This section is about who you would turn to for help in different situations, if you needed it. For each of the following situations, please tick one box to say who you would turn to first. If there are several people you are equally likely to turn to, please tick the box for the one you feel closest to. Who would you turn to first to... help you around your home if you were sick and had to stay in bed for a few days? (A7B)
 TOTAL%
1) Close family member105082.0
2) More distant family member80.6
3) Close friend1199.3
4) Neighbour90.7
5) Someone I work with10.1
6) Someone else161.3
7) No one675.2
8) Can't choose100.8
Missing37
Total1280100.0
23) A7C This section is about who you would turn to for help in different situations, if you needed it. For each of the following situations, please tick one box to say who you would turn to first. If there are several people you are equally likely to turn to, please tick the box for the one you feel closest to. Who would you turn to first to... be there for you if you felt a bit down or depressed and wanted to talk about it? (A7C)
 TOTAL%
1) Close family member62849.2
2) More distant family member110.9
3) Close friend48137.7
4) Neighbour70.5
5) Someone I work with60.5
6) Someone else362.8
7) No one766.0
8) Can't choose322.5
Missing40
Total1277100.0
24) A7D This section is about who you would turn to for help in different situations, if you needed it. For each of the following situations, please tick one box to say who you would turn to first. If there are several people you are equally likely to turn to, please tick the box for the one you feel closest to. Who would you turn to first to... give you advice about family problems? (A7D)
 TOTAL%
1) Close family member45535.6
2) More distant family member443.4
3) Close friend55743.6
4) Neighbour10.1
5) Someone I work with90.7
6) Someone else514.0
7) No one1239.6
8) Can't choose372.9
Missing40
Total1277100.0
25) A7E This section is about who you would turn to for help in different situations, if you needed it. For each of the following situations, please tick one box to say who you would turn to first. If there are several people you are equally likely to turn to, please tick the box for the one you feel closest to. Who would you turn to first to... enjoy a pleasant social occasion with? (A7E)
 TOTAL%
1) Close family member58345.8
2) More distant family member70.5
3) Close friend60847.7
4) Neighbour50.4
5) Someone I work with181.4
6) Someone else110.9
7) No one171.3
8) Can't choose252.0
Missing43
Total1274100.0
26) A8A For each of the following situations, please cross one box to say who or where you would turn to first for help. If there are several choices you are equally likely to make, please tick the box for the one you would try first. Who or where would you turn to first to... help you if you needed to borrow a large sum of money? (A8A)
 TOTAL%
1) Family members or close friends54743.0
2) Other persons161.3
3) Private companies34527.1
4) Public services634.9
5) Non-profit or religious organisations50.4
6) Other organisations836.5
7) No person or organisation1098.6
8) Can't choose1058.2
Missing44
Total1273100.0
27) A8B For each of the following situations, please cross one box to say who or where you would turn to first for help. If there are several choices you are equally likely to make, please tick the box for the one you would try first. Who or where would you turn to first to... help you if you needed to find a job? (A8B)
 TOTAL%
1) Family members or close friends24920.0
2) Other persons17414.0
3) Private companies20716.6
4) Public services25320.3
5) Non-profit or religious organisations90.7
6) Other organisations675.4
7) No person or organisation16613.3
8) Can't choose1219.7
Missing71
Total1246100.0
28) A8C For each of the following situations, please cross one box to say who or where you would turn to first for help. If there are several choices you are equally likely to make, please tick the box for the one you would try first. Who or where would you turn to first to... help you with administrative problems or official paperwork? (A8C)
 TOTAL%
1) Family members or close friends71556.1
2) Other persons16312.8
3) Private companies917.1
4) Public services1068.3
5) Non-profit or religious organisations50.4
6) Other organisations201.6
7) No person or organisation1209.4
8) Can't choose554.3
Missing42
Total1275100.0
29) A8D For each of the following situations, please cross one box to say who or where you would turn to first for help. If there are several choices you are equally likely to make, please tick the box for the one you would try first. Who or where would you turn to first to... help you if you needed to find a place to live? (A8D)
 TOTAL%
1) Family members or close friends72757.3
2) Other persons695.4
3) Private companies15312.1
4) Public services1098.6
5) Non-profit or religious organisations181.4
6) Other organisations332.6
7) No person or organisation1058.3
8) Can't choose554.3
Missing48
Total1269100.0
30) A8E For each of the following situations, please cross one box to say who or where you would turn to first for help. If there are several choices you are equally likely to make, please tick the box for the one you would try first. Who or where would you turn to first to... look after you if you were seriously ill? (A8E)
 TOTAL%
1) Family members or close friends101479.1
2) Other persons201.6
3) Private companies282.2
4) Public services15011.7
5) Non-profit or religious organisations161.2
6) Other organisations90.7
7) No person or organisation191.5
8) Can't choose262.0
Missing35
Total1282100.0
31) A9A The next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, please indicate how often during the past 4 weeks you have felt that way. How often in the past 4 weeks have you felt that... you lack companionship? (A9A)
 TOTAL%
1) Never62748.8
2) Rarely25419.8
3) Sometimes24819.3
4) Often786.1
5) Very often675.2
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing32
Total1285100.0
32) A9B The next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, please indicate how often during the past 4 weeks you have felt that way. How often in the past 4 weeks have you felt that... you are isolated from others? (A9B)
 TOTAL%
1) Never64350.1
2) Rarely28121.9
3) Sometimes22217.3
4) Often745.8
5) Very often544.2
8) Can't choose90.7
Missing34
Total1283100.0
33) A9C The next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, please indicate how often during the past 4 weeks you have felt that way. How often in the past 4 weeks have you felt that... you are left out? (A9C)
 TOTAL%
1) Never59746.6
2) Rarely29923.3
3) Sometimes26320.5
4) Often655.1
5) Very often463.6
8) Can't choose120.9
Missing35
Total1282100.0
34) A10 How often do you think that people would try to take advantage of you if they got the chance, and how often would they try to be fair? (A10)
 TOTAL%
1) Try to take advantage almost all of the time403.1
2) Try to take advantage most of the time18714.6
3) Try to be fair most of the time61347.7
4) Try to be fair almost all of the time30824.0
8) Can't choose13710.7
Missing32
Total1285100.0
35) A11 Generally speaking, would you say that people can be trusted or that you can't be too careful in dealing with people? (A11)
 TOTAL%
1) People can almost always be trusted614.8
2) People can usually be trusted65951.3
3) You usually can't be too careful in dealing with people43433.8
4) You almost always can't be too careful in dealing with people907.0
8) Can't choose403.1
Missing33
Total1284100.0
36) A12A Using the following scale ranging from zero to 10, where zero means 'No trust at all' and 10 means 'Complete trust', please indicate how much trust you personally have in...? How much trust do you personally have in... Australia's courts (A12A)
 TOTAL%
0) No trust at all1028.0
1) 1473.7
2) 2483.7
3) 3896.9
4) 4927.2
5) 520015.6
6) 61088.4
7) 717713.8
8) 819915.5
9) 9977.6
10) Complete trust534.1
98) Can't choose705.5
Missing35
Total1282100.0
37) A12B Using the following scale ranging from zero to 10, where zero means 'No trust at all' and 10 means 'Complete trust', please indicate how much trust you personally have in...? How much trust do you personally have in... major private companies in Australia (A12B)
 TOTAL%
0) No trust at all12910.1
1) 1776.0
2) 21048.2
3) 315612.2
4) 414711.5
5) 523718.6
6) 612910.1
7) 712810.0
8) 8776.0
9) 9151.2
10) Complete trust60.5
98) Can't choose705.5
Missing42
Total1275100.0
38) A13A To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Adult children have a duty to look after their elderly parents. (A13A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree18914.6
2) Agree52440.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree35927.8
4) Disagree18614.4
5) Strongly disagree251.9
8) Can't choose100.8
Missing24
Total1293100.0
39) A13B To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? You should take care of yourself and your family first, before helping other people. (A13B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33325.8
2) Agree64149.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree20916.2
4) Disagree947.3
5) Strongly disagree100.8
8) Can't choose60.5
Missing24
Total1293100.0
40) A13C To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? People who are better off should help friends who are less well off. (A13C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1229.5
2) Agree42032.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree45035.0
4) Disagree24218.8
5) Strongly disagree262.0
8) Can't choose241.9
Missing33
Total1284100.0
41) A14 In general, do your family members put pressure on you about the way you live or organise your personal life? (A14)
 TOTAL%
1) No, never63148.5
2) Yes, but rarely33625.8
3) Yes, sometimes24518.8
4) Yes, often433.3
5) Yes, very often393.0
8) Can't choose70.5
Missing16
Total1301100.0
42) A15 Do you feel that your family, relatives and/or friends make too many demands on you? (A15)
 TOTAL%
1) No, never59845.8
2) Yes, but rarely37628.8
3) Yes, sometimes24919.1
4) Yes, often382.9
5) Yes, very often332.5
8) Can't choose110.8
Missing12
Total1305100.0
43) A16 Thinking about the important people in your life, such as your spouse or partner, your family members, or close friends, how often in the past four weeks did any of these people act angry or upset with you? (A16)
 TOTAL%
1) Never43533.4
2) Rarely49738.1
3) Sometimes28521.9
4) Often544.1
5) Very often241.8
8) Can't choose90.7
Missing13
Total1304100.0
44) A17 The following questions are about your social activities. How often do you go out to eat or drink with three or more friends or acquaintances who are not family members? (A17)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily10.1
2) Several times a week544.1
3) Once a week15812.1
4) Two to three times a month22917.6
5) Once a month19715.1
6) Several times a year30423.3
7) Less often19214.7
8) Never16312.5
98) Can't choose40.3
Missing15
Total1302100.0
45) A18 At these occasions, how often do you make new friends or acquaintances? (A18)
 TOTAL%
1) Never13111.2
2) Rarely48541.6
3) Sometimes47440.7
4) Often655.6
5) Very often90.8
8) Can't choose20.2
Missing151
Total1166100.0
46) A19 Please indicate about how many people do you have contact with on a typical weekday irrespective of whether you know them or not. Include anyone you chat with, talk to, or text, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device. (A19)
 TOTAL%
1) Zero to four people30323.3
2) Five to nine30923.8
3) 10-1930823.7
4) 20-4923818.3
5) 50-99715.5
6) 100 or more493.8
8) Can't choose201.5
Missing19
Total1298100.0
47) A20 About how many of these people do you see face-to-face on a typical weekday? (A20)
 TOTAL%
1) All or almost all of them13510.5
2) Most of them37629.1
3) About half of them24919.3
4) Some of them39330.5
5) None or almost none of them1169.0
8) Can't choose211.6
Missing27
Total1290100.0
48) A21 Please think about the parent you have contact with most frequently: How often do you have contact with that parent, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A21)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily1078.3
2) Several times a week19515.1
3) Once a week15211.8
4) Two to three times a month886.8
5) Once a month372.9
6) Several times a year272.1
7) Less often141.1
8) Never201.6
95) My parents are no longer alive55843.3
96) The parent I have contact with the most frequently lives with me907.0
Missing29
Total1288100.0
49) A22 Think about the brother or sister you have contact with most frequently: How often do you have contact with that brother or sister, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A22)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily604.6
2) Several times a week19114.7
3) Once a week20315.7
4) Two to three times a month22917.7
5) Once a month13010.0
6) Several times a year19114.7
7) Less often806.2
8) Never393.0
95) I do not have any brothers and sisters1098.4
96) The brother or sister I have contact with the most frequently lives with me644.9
Missing21
Total1296100.0
50) A23. Think about your adult child you have contact with most frequently: How often do you have contact with this child aged at least 18, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A23)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily13710.6
2) Several times a week23818.4
3) Once a week15311.8
4) Two to three times a month644.9
5) Once a month110.9
6) Several times a year171.3
7) Less often80.6
8) Never120.9
95) I do not have any adult children49638.3
96) The adult child I have contact with the most frequently lives with me15812.2
Missing23
Total1294100.0
51) A24 Now, think about the other family member you have contact with most frequently, aside of your spouse or partner, parents, siblings or adult children. How often do you have contact with that family member, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A24)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily463.5
2) Several times a week14711.3
3) Once a week18214.0
4) Two to three times a month22017.0
5) Once a month14411.1
6) Several times a year22417.3
7) Less often16012.3
8) Never382.9
95) I do not have other family members846.5
96) The other family member I have contact with the most frequently lives with me524.0
Missing20
Total1297100.0
52) A25 And, think about the close friend you have contact with most frequently: How often do you have contact with that close friend, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A25)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily13710.7
2) Several times a week40431.4
3) Once a week24118.7
4) Two to three times a month20816.2
5) Once a month967.5
6) Several times a year826.4
7) Less often443.4
8) Never70.5
95) I do not have any close friends514.0
96) The close friend I have contact with the most frequently lives with me161.2
Missing31
Total1286100.0
53) A26. Think now of your contact with all of your family members and close friends. How much of it is through text messages, mobile phones, or other communication devices that use the internet? (A26)
 TOTAL%
1) All or almost all of it14010.9
2) Most of it42332.8
3) About half of it30723.8
4) Some of it30123.4
5) None or almost none of it584.5
7) I do not use any of these devices463.6
8) Can't choose131.0
Missing29
Total1288100.0
54) A27 Now, we would like to ask you some questions about other aspects of your life. In general, would you say your health is... (A27)
 TOTAL%
1) Excellent15412.0
2) Very good47236.7
3) Good42933.3
4) Fair18414.3
5) Poor433.3
8) Can't choose50.4
Missing30
Total1287100.0
55) A28 During the past four weeks how often... have you felt unhappy and depressed? (A28A)
 TOTAL%
1) Never 2 Rarel 3 Sometime 4 Ofte 5 Very ofte 8 Can't choos31924.8
2) 241132.0
3) 340331.4
4) 4977.6
5) 5473.7
8) 870.5
Missing33
Total1284100.0
56) A28 During the past four weeks how often... have you felt difficulties were piling up so high that you could not overcome them? (A28B)
 TOTAL%
1) Never 2 Rarel 3 Sometime 4 Ofte 5 Very ofte 8 Can't choos52741.8
2) 237629.8
3) 323818.9
4) 4745.9
5) 5342.7
8) 8110.9
Missing57
Total1260100.0
57) A29. To what extent is the following statement true or untrue for you? It is easy for me to accomplish my goals. (A29)
 TOTAL%
1) Completely true594.6
2) Mostly true47436.9
3) Somewhat true37629.3
4) Neither true, nor untrue16612.9
5) Somewhat untrue1007.8
6) Mostly untrue544.2
7) Completely untrue201.6
8) Can't choose342.7
Missing34
Total1283100.0
58) A30 All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole nowadays? (A30)
 TOTAL%
1) Completely satisfied1058.2
2) Very satisfied45935.7
3) Fairly satisfied49438.4
4) Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied13110.2
5) Fairly dissatisfied584.5
6) Very dissatisfied221.7
7) Completely dissatisfied60.5
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing31
Total1286100.0
59) A31A To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? It is all right to develop friendships with people just because they can be of use to you. (A31A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree161.3
2) Agree1068.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree20616.1
4) Disagree56444.1
5) Strongly disagree37729.5
8) Can't choose110.9
Missing37
Total1280100.0
60) A31B To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? When another person does a favour for you, you should feel obligated to pay that person back. (A31B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree977.6
2) Agree53541.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree33726.4
4) Disagree24819.4
5) Strongly disagree483.8
8) Can't choose120.9
Missing40
Total1277100.0
61) A32A The next section is about your social activities and the contact you might have with specific people. When you go out to eat or drink with three or more friends or acquaintances who are not family members, how often do you experience the following situations? How often... does one person dominate the conversation at these occasions? (A32A)
 TOTAL%
0) It does not apply12910.1
1) Never755.9
2) Rarely33526.2
3) Sometimes53441.8
4) Often14010.9
5) Very often453.5
8) Can't choose211.6
Missing38
Total1279100.0
62) A32B The next section is about your social activities and the contact you might have with specific people. When you go out to eat or drink with three or more friends or acquaintances who are not family members, how often do you experience the following situations? How often... is consideration given to who sits near whom? (A32B)
 TOTAL%
0) It does not apply15212.0
1) Never25119.8
2) Rarely34026.8
3) Sometimes30624.2
4) Often13610.7
5) Very often534.2
8) Can't choose292.3
Missing50
Total1267100.0
63) A33 Please think about the person from your home town or region of origin, other than your family members, you have contact with most frequently. How often do you have contact with that person, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A33)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily534.1
2) Several times a week16612.9
3) Once a week15412.0
4) Two to three times a month16212.6
5) Once a month1098.5
6) Several times a year22117.2
7) Less often20015.6
8) Never21716.9
Missing35
Total1282100.0
64) A34 Now think about the person from your religious community, other than your family members, you have contact with most frequently. How often do you have contact with that person, either face-to-face, by phone, internet or any other communication device? (A34)
 TOTAL%
1) Daily141.1
2) Several times a week493.8
3) Once a week765.9
4) Two to three times a month413.2
5) Once a month302.3
6) Several times a year725.6
7) Less often836.5
8) Never22717.7
95) I do not belong to any religious community68753.7
Missing38
Total1279100.0
65) B1A Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. I don't have enough time for the actions that would prevent me throwing out food (such as planning meals in advance, using up leftovers, etc). (B1A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree342.7
2) Agree1199.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree20416.0
4) Disagree52841.4
5) Strongly disagree31624.8
8) Can't choose735.7
Missing43
Total1274100.0
66) B1B Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. The amount of food I throw away does not cost me much money. (B1B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree16713.0
2) Agree54642.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree17613.7
4) Disagree25319.7
5) Strongly disagree997.7
8) Can't choose423.3
Missing34
Total1283100.0
67) B1C Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. The uneaten food in my household is composted, so throwing it out does not bother me. (B1C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree796.2
2) Agree23218.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree23718.7
4) Disagree36028.4
5) Strongly disagree23118.2
8) Can't choose13010.2
Missing48
Total1269100.0
68) B1D Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. I throw away food because I want to eat only the freshest foods. (B1D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree252.0
2) Agree14811.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree16713.2
4) Disagree55643.8
5) Strongly disagree34927.5
8) Can't choose231.8
Missing49
Total1268100.0
69) B1E Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. I sometimes throw out food because I worry about food poisoning. (B1E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree1269.8
2) Agree61648.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree1259.8
4) Disagree23218.1
5) Strongly disagree15912.4
8) Can't choose241.9
Missing35
Total1282100.0
70) B1F Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. Food is natural and breaks down in the landfill, so throwing it out does not bother me. (B1F)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree262.0
2) Agree23518.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree27922.0
4) Disagree42533.4
5) Strongly disagree25420.0
8) Can't choose524.1
Missing46
Total1271100.0
71) B1G Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. What I do does not matter given the amount of food that is thrown out in this country. (B1G)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree282.2
2) Agree1048.2
3) Neither agree nor disagree18414.4
4) Disagree49638.9
5) Strongly disagree42433.3
8) Can't choose393.1
Missing42
Total1275100.0
72) B1H Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. Other people in my household complain when I use up older food. (B1H)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree141.1
2) Agree12710.1
3) Neither agree nor disagree22017.5
4) Disagree50039.8
5) Strongly disagree30124.0
8) Can't choose947.5
Missing61
Total1256100.0
73) B1I Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. We often buy too much food for my household's needs. (B1I)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree342.7
2) Agree31324.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree16112.6
4) Disagree50139.3
5) Strongly disagree24419.2
8) Can't choose211.6
Missing43
Total1274100.0
74) B1J Please indicate whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about throwing away food. Food advertising and in-store promotions (such as two-for-one deals) encourage me to buy more food than my household can eat. (B1J)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree443.5
2) Agree23618.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree19915.6
4) Disagree48137.8
5) Strongly disagree28922.7
8) Can't choose252.0
Missing43
Total1274100.0
75) B2 In an average week, how much food would you throw away? Please include food that you compost or feed to animals in your estimate. (B2)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 10% 2 10-25 3 25-50 4 More than 50 8 Can't choos99076.8
2) 224719.2
3) 3151.2
4) 410.1
8) 8362.8
Missing28
Total1289100.0
76) B3 It is important to avoid wasting food (B3)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree87367.5
2) Agree38029.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree312.4
4) Disagree20.2
5) Strongly disagree20.2
8) Can't choose50.4
Missing24
Total1293100.0
77) B4A How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? People without enough to eat. (B4A)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important1098.7
2) Somewhat important21817.4
3) Important39931.8
4) Very important42233.6
8) Not applicable1088.6
Missing61
Total1256100.0
78) B4B How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Saving money. (B4B)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important292.3
2) Somewhat important14211.2
3) Important46636.8
4) Very important60247.5
8) Not applicable292.3
Missing49
Total1268100.0
79) B4C How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Time spent shopping, storing, or preparing uneaten food. (B4C)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important12710.1
2) Somewhat important25120.0
3) Important51440.9
4) Very important30123.9
8) Not applicable655.2
Missing59
Total1258100.0
80) B4D How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Managing my home efficiently. (B4D)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important413.2
2) Somewhat important19015.0
3) Important52441.4
4) Very important46937.1
8) Not applicable413.2
Missing52
Total1265100.0
81) B4E How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? I dislike wasting things in general. (B4E)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important90.7
2) Somewhat important1028.0
3) Important40331.5
4) Very important74358.1
8) Not applicable221.7
Missing38
Total1279100.0
82) B4F How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? The greenhouse gases, energy and water used to produce the food. (B4F)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important1058.3
2) Somewhat important26420.9
3) Important42433.5
4) Very important41232.6
8) Not applicable604.7
Missing52
Total1265100.0
83) B4G How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Setting a good example for my children. (B4G)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important332.6
2) Somewhat important695.5
3) Important32526.0
4) Very important50040.0
8) Not applicable32425.9
Missing66
Total1251100.0
84) B4H How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Other reasons (B4H)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all important65.1
2) Somewhat important21.7
3) Important1210.3
4) Very important3328.2
8) Not applicable6454.7
Missing1200
Total117100.0
85) B4OTHER How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Other SPECIFIED (PT1) (B4OTHER)
86) B4OTHERA How important are the following reasons for reducing the amount of food your household throws away? Other SPECIFIED (PT2) (B4OTHERA)
87) C1 Now we would like to ask you some questions about kindness. What we mean by kindness is an everyday act of care or support for another person. Some examples might be: offering to give directions to someone on the street who looks lost; phoning a friend or family member who is experiencing some difficulties; preparing a meal for a sick neighbour who lives on their own. How kind do you think most Australians are? (C1)
 TOTAL%
1) Not at all kind90.7
2) Not very kind16913.1
3) Quite kind93572.6
4) Very kind17413.5
Missing30
Total1287100.0
88) C2 Do you feel that Australia has become: (C2)
 TOTAL%
1) A lot less kind1179.1
2) Less kind60947.4
3) Neither more or less kind45735.5
4) More kind856.6
5) A lot more kind181.4
Missing31
Total1286100.0
89) C3 If you believe Australia has become less kind, which of the following best describe the reason for this: (C3)
 TOTAL%
1) People are less attached to traditional beliefs like religion625.9
2) People are less connected to others and their community20019.0
3) People have become too materialistic13613.0
4) People are increasingly selfish and self-centred24523.3
5) People have become too busy for others22321.2
6) People are increasingly reluctant to get involved in the lives of others18417.5
Missing267
Total1050100.0
90) C4 Do you feel that everyone in Australian society is equally deserving of kindness? (C4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, everyone is equally deserving92472.0
2) No, some people are less deserving36028.0
Missing33
Total1284100.0
91) C5 How often do you engage in acts of kindness? (C5)
 TOTAL%
1) At least once a day51040.2
2) At least once a week53141.8
3) At least once a month15512.2
4) Less than once a month735.8
Missing48
Total1269100.0
92) C6 How often do you engage in acts of kindness to strangers? (C6)
 TOTAL%
1) At least once a day17113.5
2) At least once a week47137.1
3) At least once a month36728.9
4) Less than once a month26020.5
Missing48
Total1269100.0
93) C7 How often do you receive acts of kindness? (C7)
 TOTAL%
1) At least once a day21016.5
2) At least once a week42933.7
3) At least once a month33626.4
4) Less than once a month29723.3
Missing45
Total1272100.0
94) C8 How often do you receive acts of kindness from strangers? (C8)
 TOTAL%
1) At least once a day342.7
2) At least once a week22317.7
3) At least once a month30624.3
4) Less than once a month69655.3
Missing58
Total1259100.0
95) D1 Please think about the charity or non-profit organisation that is most important to you personally. What category best describes the work of this organisation? (D1)
 TOTAL%
1) Culture and arts (e.g. performing arts, museums, zoos)141.1
2) Sports, recreation, and social clubs1108.8
3) Education (including primary, secondary, higher)483.8
4) Research (e.g. medical, science, policy)13610.8
5) Health (e.g. hospitals, nursing homes, mental health)22317.8
6) Social services (e.g. child welfare, disability support, elder care)19815.8
7) Emergency and relief (e.g. disaster prevention, temporary shelters, fire service645.1
8) Environment393.1
9) Animal protection1128.9
10) Development and housing (e.g. community development, housing assistance)60.5
11) Civic and advocacy services (e.g. civil rights, advocacy, ethnic associations)40.3
12) Law and legal services (e.g. crime prevention, rehabilitation of offenders, victim support)60.5
13) Political organisations20.2
14) International (including poverty reduction, disaster relief, human rights)1008.0
15) Religious congregations and associations846.7
16) I do not support any charities or non-profit organisations1088.6
Missing63
Total1254100.0
96) E1 Which of the following statements do you personally believe? (E1)
 TOTAL%
1) Climate change is happening now, and is caused mainly by human activities81664.4
2) Climate change is happening now, but is caused mainly by natural forces25720.3
3) Climate change is not happening now383.0
4) I don't know whether climate change is happening or not15712.4
Missing49
Total1268100.0
97) E2 How much do you feel that you understand about climate change - would you say a great deal, a moderate amount, only a little, or nothing at all? (E2)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal20916.4
2) A moderate amount65851.7
3) Only a little37029.1
4) Nothing at all362.8
Missing44
Total1273100.0
98) E3 Which of the following do you believe is the most important for the future of Australia? (E3)
 TOTAL%
1) Australian government policy should prioritise economic growth65552.9
2) Australian government policy should prioritise the reduction of global warming58447.1
Missing78
Total1239100.0
99) E4 Which of these best describes the North Pole? (E4)
 TOTAL%
1) Ice a few metres thick, floating over a deep ocean55944.1
2) Ice more than a kilometre thick, over land33926.8
3) A mainly rocky, mountainous landscape393.1
8) Don't know33026.0
Missing50
Total1267100.0
100) E5 Which of these best describes the South Pole? (E5)
 TOTAL%
1) Ice a few metres thick, floating over a deep ocean21416.9
2) Ice more than a kilometre thick, over land65451.5
3) A mainly rocky, mountainous landscape755.9
8) Don't know32625.7
Missing48
Total1269100.0
101) E6 Which of the following possible changes would, if it happened, do the most to raise sea levels? (E6)
 TOTAL%
1) Melting of land ice in Greenland and the Antarctic54743.2
2) Melting of glaciers in the Himalayas and Alaska403.2
3) Melting of sea ice on the Arctic Ocean22617.8
8) Don't know45435.8
Missing50
Total1267100.0
102) E7 Which of the following statements do you think is more accurate? (E7)
 TOTAL%
1) Most scientists agree that climate change is happening now, caused mainly by human activities94375.6
2) There is little agreement among scientists that climate change is happening now, caused mainly by human activities30524.4
Missing69
Total1248100.0
103) E8A Some people suggest that climate change will lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of climate change? Energy costs (e.g. electricity) (E8A)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more58245.8
2) Somewhat more55443.6
3) About the same1078.4
4) Somewhat less211.7
5) A great deal less70.6
Missing46
Total1271100.0
104) E8B Some people suggest that climate change will lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of climate change? House and contents insurance costs (E8B)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more33826.9
2) Somewhat more64651.4
3) About the same26521.1
4) Somewhat less40.3
5) A great deal less50.4
Missing59
Total1258100.0
105) E8C Some people suggest that climate change will lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of climate change? Transportation costs (e.g. fuel costs) (E8C)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more45836.3
2) Somewhat more63950.7
3) About the same14311.3
4) Somewhat less151.2
5) A great deal less50.4
Missing57
Total1260100.0
106) E8D Some people suggest that climate change will lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of climate change? Food costs (E8D)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more43334.4
2) Somewhat more65852.3
3) About the same15011.9
4) Somewhat less110.9
5) A great deal less60.5
Missing59
Total1258100.0
107) F1 Using the following scale ranging from zero to 10, where zero means 'No trust at all' and 10 means 'Complete trust', please indicate how much trust you personally have in insurance companies? (F1)
 TOTAL%
0) No trust at all12910.0
1) 1896.9
2) 21138.8
3) 315412.0
4) 41128.7
5) 525619.9
6) 61249.6
7) 715812.3
8) 8836.4
9) 9241.9
10) Complete trust131.0
98) Cant choose332.6
Missing29
Total1288100.0
108) F2A Some people suggest that natural disasters (e.g. bushfires, cyclones, major storms or floods) lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of natural disasters? Energy costs (e.g. electricity) (F2A)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more29823.4
2) Somewhat more62549.0
3) About the same33626.3
4) Somewhat less120.9
5) A great deal less50.4
Missing41
Total1276100.0
109) F2B Some people suggest that natural disasters (e.g. bushfires, cyclones, major storms or floods) lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of natural disasters? House and contents insurance costs (F2B)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more39130.7
2) Somewhat more69054.1
3) About the same18314.4
4) Somewhat less60.5
5) A great deal less50.4
Missing42
Total1275100.0
110) F2C Some people suggest that natural disasters (e.g. bushfires, cyclones, major storms or floods) lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of natural disasters? Transportation costs (e.g. fuel costs) (F2C)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more26921.1
2) Somewhat more63950.2
3) About the same35327.8
4) Somewhat less60.5
5) A great deal less50.4
Missing45
Total1272100.0
111) F2D Some people suggest that natural disasters (e.g. bushfires, cyclones, major storms or floods) lead to changes in the cost of living. In the next ten years do you expect to pay more or less for the following items because of natural disasters? Food costs (F2D)
 TOTAL%
1) A great deal more33126.1
2) Somewhat more70355.4
3) About the same22517.7
4) Somewhat less50.4
5) A great deal less40.3
Missing49
Total1268100.0
112) F3 Thinking about your main place of residence, which of the following best describes the type of insurance cover that you or someone who lives with you has purchased? The residence is covered by... (F3)
 TOTAL%
1) House and contents insurance99477.5
2) Contents insurance only907.0
3) House insurance only534.1
4) Neither house nor contents insurance937.3
5) Unsure524.1
Missing35
Total1282100.0
113) F4 If a natural disaster (e.g. bushfire, cyclone, major storm or flood) strikes your local area, how confident are you that your insurance will adequately cover all your building and contents replacement costs? (F4)
 TOTAL%
1) Very confident20617.8
2) Somewhat confident57549.7
3) Unsure21818.9
4) Somewhat unconfident1038.9
5) Very unconfident544.7
Missing161
Total1156100.0
114) F5 How confident are you that you know what is covered by your house and contents insurance policy? (F5)
 TOTAL%
1) Very confident25722.3
2) Somewhat confident63855.3
3) Unsure18115.7
4) Somewhat unconfident534.6
5) Very unconfident252.2
Missing163
Total1154100.0
115) F6 Rebuild and replacement costs will change with home improvements and the purchase of new household items. When renewing your house and contents insurance, how likely are you to include these types of changes? (F6)
 TOTAL%
1) Very likely33429.0
2) Somewhat likely47441.2
3) Unsure21218.4
4) Somewhat unlikely1109.6
5) Very unlikely211.8
Missing166
Total1151100.0
116) F7 In the case of loss, how confident are you that you know the costs for rebuilding your house? (F7)
 TOTAL%
1) Very confident19014.9
2) Somewhat confident53742.2
3) Unsure40631.9
4) Somewhat unconfident735.7
5) Very unconfident685.3
Missing43
Total1274100.0
117) F8 In case of loss, how confident are you that you know the costs for replacing your contents? (F8)
 TOTAL%
1) Very confident20215.8
2) Somewhat confident64750.5
3) Unsure31124.3
4) Somewhat unconfident755.9
5) Very unconfident463.6
Missing36
Total1281100.0
118) F9 What is the risk of a natural disaster (e.g. bushfire, cyclone, major storm or flood) striking your local area? (F9)
 TOTAL%
1) Very high655.1
2) High14811.5
3) Moderate41332.2
4) Low44935.0
5) Very low20916.3
Missing33
Total1284100.0
119) G1A Do you personally know someone who: injects drugs? (G1A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9710.1
2) No85989.9
Missing361
Total956100.0
120) G1B Do you personally know someone who: has hepatitis C? (G1B)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes929.8
2) No85090.2
Missing375
Total942100.0
121) G1C Do you personally know someone who: has HIV? (G1C)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes576.1
2) No88193.9
Missing379
Total938100.0
122) G1D Do you personally know someone who: has had a sexually transmitted infection (STI)? (G1D)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17118.2
2) No76981.8
Missing377
Total940100.0
123) G2A Please answer the following questions about injecting drug use. I won't associate with known injecting drug users if I can help it (G2A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree39340.9
2) Agree27628.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree18319.0
4) Disagree788.1
5) Strongly disagree313.2
Missing356
Total961100.0
124) G2B Please answer the following questions about injecting drug use. Injecting drug users have a perfect right to their lifestyle if that's the way they want to live (G2B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree242.5
2) Agree14014.6
3) Neither agree nor disagree26627.8
4) Disagree29430.8
5) Strongly disagree23224.3
Missing361
Total956100.0
125) G2C Please answer the following questions about injecting drug use. Injecting drug use is just plain wrong (G2C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree33735.1
2) Agree31632.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree21021.9
4) Disagree545.6
5) Strongly disagree434.5
Missing357
Total960100.0
126) G2D Please answer the following questions about injecting drug use. Injecting drug users are mistreated in our society (G2D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree414.3
2) Agree19620.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree34836.4
4) Disagree25326.5
5) Strongly disagree11812.3
Missing361
Total956100.0
127) G2E Please answer the following questions about injecting drug use. People should feel sympathetic and understanding of injecting drug users (G2E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree394.1
2) Agree20521.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree31232.6
4) Disagree24926.0
5) Strongly disagree15115.8
Missing361
Total956100.0
128) G3A Please answer the following questions about hepatitis C. I think people with hepatitis C infection got what they deserved (G3A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree60.6
2) Agree192.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree29731.1
4) Disagree41143.0
5) Strongly disagree22223.2
Missing362
Total955100.0
129) G3B Please answer the following questions about hepatitis C. I can tell by looking at someone if s/he has hepatitis C (G3B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree70.7
2) Agree131.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree15115.8
4) Disagree39741.7
5) Strongly disagree38540.4
Missing364
Total953100.0
130) G3C Please answer the following questions about hepatitis C. If I discovered a family member had hepatitis C, I would stop talking to them (G3C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree70.7
2) Agree80.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree737.7
4) Disagree36638.6
5) Strongly disagree49552.2
Missing368
Total949100.0
131) G3D Please answer the following questions about hepatitis C. Limiting the spread of hepatitis C is more important than trying to protect the rights of people with hepatitis C (G3D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree11211.8
2) Agree27929.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree31933.5
4) Disagree15916.7
5) Strongly disagree848.8
Missing364
Total953100.0
132) G3E Please answer the following questions about hepatitis C. No one deserves to have a disease like hepatitis C (G3E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree35437.0
2) Agree41743.5
3) Neither agree nor disagree13814.4
4) Disagree202.1
5) Strongly disagree293.0
Missing359
Total958100.0
133) G4A Please answer the following opinion questions about HIV. Being around someone who has HIV does not bother me (G4A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14515.1
2) Agree39140.7
3) Neither agree nor disagree28930.1
4) Disagree10711.1
5) Strongly disagree282.9
Missing357
Total960100.0
134) G4B Please answer the following opinion questions about HIV. People with HIV have only themselves to blame for their illness (G4B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree141.5
2) Agree757.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree22723.7
4) Disagree40342.0
5) Strongly disagree24025.0
Missing358
Total959100.0
135) G4C Please answer the following opinion questions about HIV. If I had a roommate and discovered s/he was infected with HIV, it would not bother me (G4C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree10210.7
2) Agree27528.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree30532.0
4) Disagree22423.5
5) Strongly disagree485.0
Missing363
Total954100.0
136) G4D Please answer the following opinion questions about HIV. I could not be friends with someone who has HIV (G4D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree192.0
2) Agree576.0
3) Neither agree nor disagree20821.8
4) Disagree43345.3
5) Strongly disagree23925.0
Missing361
Total956100.0
137) G4E Please answer the following opinion questions about HIV. People who are infected with HIV deserve what they get (G4E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree131.4
2) Agree272.8
3) Neither agree nor disagree19720.6
4) Disagree35537.1
5) Strongly disagree36438.1
Missing361
Total956100.0
138) G5A Please answer the following questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Being around someone who has a STI does not bother me (G5A)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree14515.1
2) Agree40241.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree27128.3
4) Disagree11311.8
5) Strongly disagree282.9
Missing358
Total959100.0
139) G5B Please answer the following questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). People with a STI have only themselves to blame for their illness (G5B)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree232.4
2) Agree14615.3
3) Neither agree nor disagree28029.3
4) Disagree35637.3
5) Strongly disagree15015.7
Missing362
Total955100.0
140) G5C Please answer the following questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If I had a roommate and discovered s/he was infected with a STI, it would not bother me (G5C)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree10811.3
2) Agree34235.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree27929.3
4) Disagree19220.1
5) Strongly disagree323.4
Missing364
Total953100.0
141) G5D Please answer the following questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). I could not be friends with someone who has a STI (G5D)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree232.4
2) Agree373.9
3) Neither agree nor disagree21622.6
4) Disagree44046.1
5) Strongly disagree23824.9
Missing363
Total954100.0
142) G5E Please answer the following questions about sexually transmitted infections (STIs). People who are infected with a STI deserve what they get (G5E)
 TOTAL%
1) Strongly agree111.2
2) Agree616.4
3) Neither agree nor disagree23024.1
4) Disagree36438.1
5) Strongly disagree28930.3
Missing362
Total955100.0
143) G6A We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Sexual orientation (G6A)
 TOTAL%
1) Never59662.2
2) Rarely22323.3
3) Sometimes11512.0
4) Often181.9
5) Always60.6
Missing359
Total958100.0
144) G6B We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Use of drugs for injecting (G6B)
 TOTAL%
1) Never13714.3
2) Rarely22323.3
3) Sometimes32934.4
4) Often15616.3
5) Always11111.6
Missing361
Total956100.0
145) G6C We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: HIV status (G6C)
 TOTAL%
1) Never45247.7
2) Rarely26227.6
3) Sometimes15115.9
4) Often535.6
5) Always303.2
Missing369
Total948100.0
146) G6D We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Hepatitis B status (G6D)
 TOTAL%
1) Never47450.2
2) Rarely26528.1
3) Sometimes14315.1
4) Often384.0
5) Always242.5
Missing373
Total944100.0
147) G6E We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Hepatitis C status (G6E)
 TOTAL%
1) Never46749.5
2) Rarely27128.7
3) Sometimes14315.2
4) Often394.1
5) Always232.4
Missing374
Total943100.0
148) G6F We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Sex work (G6F)
 TOTAL%
1) Never33735.6
2) Rarely27729.3
3) Sometimes21722.9
4) Often667.0
5) Always505.3
Missing370
Total947100.0
149) G6G We may judge people negatively at times because of differing cultural background, lifestyle, sexuality or health issues. The following question asks about whether you would do this to others, and we understand that it may be difficult for you to answer. Please be honest in your responses, they will be kept anonymous and confidential. Would you behave negatively towards other people because of their: Sexually transmissible infection (G6G)
 TOTAL%
1) Never39541.7
2) Rarely26928.4
3) Sometimes17318.2
4) Often596.2
5) Always525.5
Missing369
Total948100.0
150) AU_SEX H1 Are you... (AU_SEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Male56543.7
2) Female72756.3
Missing25
Total1292100.0
151) AU_BIRTH H2 When were you born? (AU_BIRTH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12541,961.8517.04
152) CURRSTUD H3 Are you currently in school or studying in higher education? (CURRSTUD)
 TOTAL%
1) I am still at school40.3
2) I am still at college/university/in vocational training866.8
3) No I am not currently in school, college, university or in vocational training117692.9
Missing51
Total1266100.0
153) AUEDUCYRS H4 How many full years of schooling or education have you had? Please include primary and secondary schooling, university and fulltime vocational training, but do not include repeated years. If you are currently in education count the number of years you have completed so far. (AUEDUCYRS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total122314.023.82
154) SCHYR H5 What is the highest year of schooling you have completed? (SCHYR)
 TOTAL%
1) Year 12 or equivalent76960.4
2) Year 11 or equivalent1199.3
3) Year 10 or equivalent33626.4
4) Completed primary school453.5
5) Completed pre-primary school10.1
6) Did not go to school30.2
Missing44
Total1273100.0
155) NONSCHED H6 What is the highest educational qualification completed outside of school? (NONSCHED)
 TOTAL%
1) Doctorate by research131.0
2) Doctorate by coursework20.2
3) Masters' degree846.7
4) Graduate diploma816.5
5) Graduate certificate443.5
6) Bachelor degree20916.7
7) Advanced diploma or associate degree614.9
8) Diploma13811.0
9) Certificate IV12810.2
10) Certificate III917.3
11) Certificate II262.1
12) Certificate I151.2
13) No post-school qualification36328.9
Missing62
Total1255100.0
156) AU_WORK H7 Are you currently working for pay, did you work for pay in the past, or have you never been in paid work? By work we mean doing income-producing work, as an employee, self-employed or working for your own family's business, for at least one hour per week. If you temporarily are not working for pay because of temporary illness/parental leave/vacation/strike, etc., please refer to your normal work situation. (AU_WORK)
 TOTAL%
1) I am currently in paid work73757.8
2) I am currently not in paid work but I had paid work in the past50839.9
3) I have never had paid work292.3
Missing43
Total1274100.0
157) AU_WRKHRS H8 How many hours, on average, do you usually work for pay in a normal week, including overtime? If you work for more than one employer, or if you are both employed and self-employed, please count the total number of working hours that you do. (AU_WRKHRS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total72536.0914.49
158) AU_EMPREL H9 Are/were you an employee, self-employed, or working for your own family's business? If you work for more than one employer, or if you are both employed and self-employed, please refer to your main job. If you are retired or not currently working, please refer to your last main job. (AU_EMPREL)
 TOTAL%
1) An employee96879.8
2) Self-employed without employees12410.2
3) Self-employed with employees746.1
4) Working for your own family's business473.9
Missing104
Total1213100.0
159) AU_NEMPLOY H9other Self-employed: how many employees (AU_NEMPLOY)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total697.658.99
160) AU_WRKSUP H10 Do/did you supervise other employees? (AU_WRKSUP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes46538.3
2) No74861.7
Missing104
Total1213100.0
161) AU_NSUP H10other Number of other employees supervised (AU_NSUP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total43724.26124.82
162) AU_TYPORG1 H11 Do/did you work for a for-profit organisation or for a non-profit organisation? (AU_TYPORG1)
 TOTAL%
1) I work/ed for a for-profit organisation84071.9
2) I work/ed for a non-profit organisation32928.1
Missing148
Total1169100.0
163) AU_TYPORG2 H12 Do/did you work for a public or a private employer? (AU_TYPORG2)
 TOTAL%
1) Public employer40934.7
2) Private employer77165.3
Missing137
Total1180100.0
164) JOBTITLE1 H13 What is/was your occupation - i.e., what is/was the name or title of your main job? (PT1) (JOBTITLE1)
165) JOBTITLE2 H13A What is/was your occupation - name or title of your main job? (PT2) (JOBTITLE2)
166) JOBTITLE3 H13B What is/was your occupation - name or title of your main job? (PT3) (JOBTITLE3)
167) RANZSCO0 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 0 (RANZSCO0)
 TOTAL%
0) Operational codes (Aus)15711.9
1) Managers18313.9
2) Professionals30323.0
3) Technicians and trades workers1239.3
4) Community and personal service workers1138.6
5) Clerical and administrative workers23017.5
6) Sales workers745.6
7) Machinery operators and drivers554.2
8) Labourers785.9
Missing1
Total1316100.0
168) RANZSCO1 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 1 (RANZSCO1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1166639.247,717.65
169) RANZSCO2 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 2 (RANZSCO2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1159399.40209.72
170) RANZSCO3 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 3 (RANZSCO3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11563,992.082,094.16
171) JOBACT1 H14 In your main job, what kind of activities do/did you do most of the time? (PT1) (JOBACT1)
172) JOBACT2 H14A Main job - what kind of activities do/did you do (PT2) (JOBACT2)
173) JOBACT3 H14B Main job - what kind of activities do/did you do (PT3) (JOBACT3)
174) INDUST1 H15 What does/did the firm/organisation you work/worked for mainly make or do - i.e., what kind of production/function is/was performed at your workplace? (PT1) (INDUST1)
175) INDUST2 H15A What does your organisation make or do? (PT2) (INDUST2)
176) INDUST3 H15B What does your organisation make or do? (PT3) (INDUST3)
177) RANZSIC0 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 0 (RANZSIC0)
 TOTAL%
1) Agriculture, forestry and fishing372.8
2) Mining191.4
3) Manufacturing1007.6
4) Electricity, gas, water and waste services181.4
5) Construction654.9
6) Wholesale trade211.6
7) Retail trade1058.0
8) Accommodation and food services413.1
9) Transport, postal and warehousing433.3
10) Information media and telecommunications473.6
11) Financial and insurance services473.6
12) Rental, hiring and real estate services141.1
13) Professional, scientific and technical services775.9
14) Administrative and support services322.4
15) Public administration and safety866.5
16) Education and training13110.0
17) Health care and social assistance17313.2
18) Arts and recreation services120.9
19) Other services302.3
20) Blank20815.8
21) Not codeable90.7
Missing2
Total1315100.0
178) RANZSIC1 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 1 (RANZSIC1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total104957.7325.90
179) RANZSIC2 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 2 (RANZSIC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1044580.18258.44
180) RANZSIC3 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 3 (RANZSIC3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10345,826.182,575.86
181) AU_MAINSTAT H16 Which of the following best describes your current situation? (AU_MAINSTAT)
 TOTAL%
1) In paid work (as an employee, self-employed, or working for your own family's68554.6
2) Unemployed and looking for a job332.6
3) In education (not paid for by employer), in school/student/pupil even if on vacation322.6
4) Apprentice or trainee10.1
5) Permanently sick or disabled272.2
6) Retired39531.5
7) Doing housework, looking after the home, children or other persons574.5
9) Other241.9
Missing63
Total1254100.0
182) AU_PARTLIV H17 Do you have a spouse or a partner and, if yes, do you share the same household? (AU_PARTLIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, I have a spouse/partner and we share the same household86567.2
2) Yes, I have a spouse/partner but we don't share the same household645.0
3) No, I don't have a spouse/partner35827.8
Missing30
Total1287100.0
183) SPSCHYR H18 What is the highest year of schooling your spouse or partner has completed? (SPSCHYR)
 TOTAL%
1) Year 12 or equivalent54859.8
2) Year 11 or equivalent768.3
3) Year 10 or equivalent25828.2
4) Completed primary school283.1
5) Completed pre-primary school30.3
6) Did not go to school30.3
Missing401
Total916100.0
184) SPNONSCHED H19 What is the highest educational qualification your spouse or partner has completed outside of school? (SPNONSCHED)
 TOTAL%
1) Doctorate by research91.0
2) Doctorate by coursework30.3
3) Masters' degree637.1
4) Graduate diploma455.1
5) Graduate certificate273.1
6) Bachelor degree14816.7
7) Advanced diploma or associate degree303.4
8) Diploma10411.8
9) Certificate IV9711.0
10) Certificate III677.6
11) Certificate II131.5
12) Certificate I131.5
13) No post-school qualification26630.1
Missing432
Total885100.0
185) AU_SPWORK H20 Is your spouse/partner currently working for pay, did he/she work for pay in the past, or has he/she never been paid work? By work we mean doing income-producing work, as an employee, self-employed or working for his/her own family's business, for at least one hour per week. If he/she temporarily is not working for pay because of temporary illness/parental leave/vacation/strike, etc., please refer to his/her normal work situation. (AU_SPWORK)
 TOTAL%
1) He/she is currently in paid work54860.2
2) He/she is currently not in paid work but he/she had paid work in the past34537.9
3) He/she has never had paid work182.0
Missing406
Total911100.0
186) AU_SPWORKHRS H21 How many hours, on average, does your spouse/partner usually work for pay in a normal week, including overtime? If he/she works for more than one employer, or if he/she is both employed and self-employed, please count the total number of working hours that he/she does. (AU_SPWORKHRS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total52539.8026.12
187) AU_SPEMPREL H22 Is/was your spouse/partner an employee, self-employed, or working for his/her own family's business? If he/she works for more than one employer, or if he/she is both employed and self-employed, please refer to his/her main job. If he/she is retured or not currently working, please refer to his/her last main job. (AU_SPEMPREL)
 TOTAL%
1) An employee71582.1
2) Self-employed without employees677.7
3) Self-employed with employees526.0
4) Working for his/her own family's business374.2
Missing446
Total871100.0
188) AU_SPWRKSUP H23 Does/did your spouse/partner supervise other employees? (AU_SPWRKSUP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes39946.0
2) No46854.0
Missing450
Total867100.0
189) SPJOBTITLE1 H24 What is/was your spouse's/partner's occupation - i.e., what is/was the name or title of his/her main job? (PT2) (SPJOBTITLE1)
190) SPJOBTITLE2 H24A What is/was your spouses occupation - name or title of their main job? (PT3) (SPJOBTITLE2)
191) SPJOBTITLE3 H24B What is/was your spouses occupation - name or title of their main job? (PT1) (SPJOBTITLE3)
192) PANZSCO0 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 0 (PANZSCO0)
 TOTAL%
0) Operational codes (AUS)48536.8
1) Managers13810.5
2) Professionals21216.1
3) Technicians and trades workers14310.9
4) Community and personal service workers755.7
5) Clerical and administrative workers14410.9
6) Sales workers403.0
7) Machinery operators and drivers352.7
8) Labourers453.4
Total1317100.0
193) PANZSCO1 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 1 (PANZSCO1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total837873.239,102.32
194) PANZSCO2 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 2 (PANZSCO2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total825381.10199.71
195) PANZSCO3 Code for group: ANZSCO2013v1.2 Level: 3 (PANZSCO3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8213,820.101,999.64
196) SPJOBACT1 H25 In his/her main job, what kind of activities does/did he/she do most of the time? (PT1) (SPJOBACT1)
197) SPJOBACT2 H25A Main job - what kind of activities do/did your partner do (PT2) (SPJOBACT2)
198) SPJOBACT3 H25B Main job - what kind of activities do/did your partner do (PT3) (SPJOBACT3)
199) SPINDUST1 H26 What does/did the firm/organisation he/she work/worked for mainly make or do - i.e., what kind of production/function is/was performed at his/her workplace? (PT1) (SPINDUST1)
200) SPINDUST2 H26A What does your partners organisation make or do? (PT2) (SPINDUST2)
201) SPINDUST3 H26B What does your partners organisation make or do? (PT3) (SPINDUST3)
202) PANZSIC0 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 0 (PANZSIC0)
 TOTAL%
1) Agriculture, forestry and fishing201.5
2) Mining272.1
3) Manufacturing715.4
4) Electricity, gas, water and waste services120.9
5) Construction644.9
6) Wholesale trade151.1
7) Retail trade755.7
8) Accommodation and food services322.4
9) Transport, postal and warehousing352.7
10) Information media and telecommunications241.8
11) Financial and insurance services292.2
12) Rental, hiring and real estate services171.3
13) Professional, scientific and technical services393.0
14) Administrative and support services181.4
15) Public administration and safety463.5
16) Education and training937.1
17) Health care and social assistance1199.0
18) Arts and recreation services191.4
19) Other services352.7
20) Blank51539.1
21) Not codeable120.9
Total1317100.0
203) PANZSIC1 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 1 (PANZSIC1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total75657.5726.37
204) PANZSIC2 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 2 (PANZSIC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total744578.84262.39
205) PANZSIC3 Code for group: ANZSIC Level: 3 (PANZSIC3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7395,787.712,627.29
206) AU_SPMAINSTAT H27 Which of the following best describes your spouse's/partner's current situation? If he/she temporarily is not working because of temporary illness/parental leave/vacation/strike etc., please refer to his/her normal work situation. (AU_SPMAINSTAT)
 TOTAL%
1) In paid work (as an employee, self-employed, or working for his/her own family52258.0
2) Unemployed and looking for a job141.6
3) In education (not paid for by employer), in school/student/pupil even if on vacation111.2
4) Apprentice or trainee10.1
5) Permanently sick or disabled182.0
6) Retired27630.7
7) Doing housework, looking after the home, children or other persons424.7
8) Other161.8
Missing417
Total900100.0
207) AU_UNION H28 Are you or have you ever been a member of a trade union or similar organisation? If yes: is that currently or only previously? (AU_UNION)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, currently16312.8
2) Yes, previously but not currently48237.8
3) No, never63149.5
Missing41
Total1276100.0
208) AU_RELIG H29 Do you belong to a religion and, if yes, which religion do you belong to? (AU_RELIG)
 TOTAL%
1) No religion56644.2
2) Catholic24218.9
3) Protestant645.0
4) Anglican/Church of England19615.3
5) Uniting Church/Methodist564.4
6) Pentecostal201.6
7) Orthodox171.3
8) Other Christian332.6
9) Jewish110.9
10) Islamic141.1
11) Buddhist131.0
12) Hindu110.9
13) Other Asian religions20.2
14) Other religions - please specify352.7
Missing37
Total1280100.0
209) AU_RELIGOTH H29other Other religions - please specify (AU_RELIGOTH)
210) AU_ATTEND H30 Apart from such special occasions as weddings, funerals, etc., how often do you attend religious services? (AU_ATTEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Several times a week or more often362.8
2) Once a week1078.3
3) Two or three times a month332.6
4) Once a month241.9
5) Several times a year1209.3
6) Once a year987.6
7) Less frequently than once a year20215.7
8) Never66451.7
Missing33
Total1284100.0
211) AU_TOPBOT H31 In our society, there are groups which tend to be towards the top and groups which tend to be towards the bottom. (AU_TOPBOT)
 TOTAL%
1) Top - 10201.7
2) 9342.8
3) 818115.2
4) 727523.0
5) 626021.8
6) 527823.3
7) 4695.8
8) 3352.9
9) 2161.3
10) Bottom - 1262.2
Missing123
Total1194100.0
212) PARTYAFF H32 Do you usually think of yourself as close to any particular political party and, if yes, which party is that? (PARTYAFF)
 TOTAL%
1) Labor Party (ALP)27421.6
2) Liberal Party28722.7
3) National (Country) Party342.7
5) Greens897.0
8) No party affiliation55243.6
9) Other party (please specify)302.4
Missing51
Total1266100.0
213) PARTYAFFOTH H32other Do you usually think of yourself as close to any particular political party and, if yes, which party is that? Other party (please specify) (PARTYAFFOTH)
214) AU_VOTE_LE H33 Did you vote in Australia's federal election in July 2016? (AU_VOTE_LE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, I did vote123696.6
2) No, I did not vote312.4
3) I was not eligible to vote in the last election131.0
Missing37
Total1280100.0
215) AU_PRTY H34 Thinking back to the last general election in July 2016 - Which party did you vote for? (AU_PRTY)
 TOTAL%
1) Labor Party (ALP)41235.8
2) Liberal Party48241.9
3) National (Country) Party413.6
5) Greens13812.0
6) Other party (please specify)786.8
Missing166
Total1151100.0
216) AU_PRTYOTH H34other Thinking back to the last general election in July 2016 - Which party did you vote for? Other party (please specify) (AU_PRTYOTH)
217) AU_R_BORN H35 What country were you born in? (AU_R_BORN)
 TOTAL%
1) Australia96475.3
2) Overseas - please specify country31624.7
Missing37
Total1280100.0
218) AU_R_BORNOTH H35other What country were you born in? Overseas - please specify country (AU_R_BORNOTH)
219) RSACC0 H35SACC1 Respondent COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 0 (RSACC0)
 TOTAL%
0) Error443.3
1) Oceania and Antarctica98774.9
2) North West Europe14410.9
3) Southern and Eastern Europe322.4
4) North Africa and the Middle East80.6
5) South East Asia302.3
6) North East Asia191.4
7) Southern and Central Asia231.7
8) Americas131.0
9) Sub-Saharan Africa171.3
Total1317100.0
220) RSACC1 H35SACC2 Respondent COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 1 (RSACC1)
 TOTAL%
11) Australia (includes External Territories)96475.7
12) New Zealand181.4
13) Melanesia30.2
15) Polynesia (excludes Hawaii)20.2
21) United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man1179.2
22) Ireland60.5
23) Western Europe201.6
24) Northern Europe10.1
31) Southern Europe80.6
32) South Eastern Europe131.0
33) Eastern Europe110.9
41) North Africa20.2
42) Middle East60.5
51) Mainland South-East Asia90.7
52) Maritime South-East Asia211.6
61) Chinese Asia (includes Mongolia)161.3
62) Japan and the Koreas30.2
71) Southern Asia211.6
72) Central Asia20.2
81) Northern America90.7
82) South America40.3
91) Central and West Africa10.1
92) Southern and East Africa161.3
Missing44
Total1273100.0
221) RSACC2 H35SACC3 Respondent COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 2 (RSACC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12711,747.561,627.23
222) AU_M_BORN H36 What country was your mother born in? (AU_M_BORN)
 TOTAL%
1) Australia80963.4
2) Overseas - please specify country46736.6
Missing41
Total1276100.0
223) AU_M_BORNOTH H36other What country was your mother born in? Overseas - please specify country (AU_M_BORNOTH)
224) MSACC0 H36SACC1 Mother COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 0 (MSACC0)
 TOTAL%
0) Error544.1
1) Oceania and Antarctica82862.9
2) North West Europe23417.8
3) Southern and Eastern Europe725.5
4) North Africa and the Middle East161.2
5) South East Asia382.9
6) North East Asia231.7
7) Southern and Central Asia251.9
8) Americas120.9
9) Sub-Saharan Africa151.1
Total1317100.0
225) MSACC1 H36SACC2 Mother COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 1 (MSACC1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total126519.4716.67
226) MSACC2 H36SACC3 Mother COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 2 (MSACC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12621,946.931,659.53
227) AU_F_BORN H37 And what country was your father born in? (AU_F_BORN)
 TOTAL%
1) Australia77060.4
2) Overseas - please specify country50439.6
Missing43
Total1274100.0
228) AU_F_BORNOTH H37other And what country was your father born in? Overseas - please specify country (AU_F_BORNOTH)
229) FSACC0 H37SACC1 Father COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 0 (FSACC0)
 TOTAL%
0) Error574.3
1) Oceania and Antarctica79360.3
2) North West Europe25019.0
3) Southern and Eastern Europe896.8
4) North Africa and the Middle East161.2
5) South East Asia332.5
6) North East Asia262.0
7) Southern and Central Asia262.0
8) Americas131.0
9) Sub-Saharan Africa131.0
Missing1
Total1316100.0
230) FSACC1 H37SACC2 Father COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 1 (FSACC1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total126519.7816.60
231) FSACC2 H37SACC3 Father COB - Code for group: SACC Level: 2 (FSACC2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12581,984.381,652.32
232) ANC_ENG H38A What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) English (ANC_ENG)
 TOTAL%
1) English712100.0
Missing605
Total712100.0
233) ANC_IE H38B What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Irish (ANC_IE)
 TOTAL%
1) Irish248100.0
Missing1069
Total248100.0
234) ANC_IT H38C What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Italian (ANC_IT)
 TOTAL%
1) Italian47100.0
Missing1270
Total47100.0
235) ANC_DE H38D What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) German (ANC_DE)
 TOTAL%
1) German110100.0
Missing1207
Total110100.0
236) ANC_CN H38E What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Chinese (ANC_CN)
 TOTAL%
1) Chinese36100.0
Missing1281
Total36100.0
237) ANC_SCO H38F What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Scottish (ANC_SCO)
 TOTAL%
1) Scottish237100.0
Missing1080
Total237100.0
238) ANC_GR H38G What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two only ancestries only.) Greek (ANC_GR)
 TOTAL%
1) Greek21100.0
Missing1296
Total21100.0
239) ANC_NL H38H What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Dutch (ANC_NL)
 TOTAL%
1) Dutch38100.0
Missing1279
Total38100.0
240) ANC_LB H38I What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Lebanese (ANC_LB)
 TOTAL%
1) Lebanese5100.0
Missing1312
Total5100.0
241) ANC_IN H38J What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Indian (ANC_IN)
 TOTAL%
1) Indian17100.0
Missing1300
Total17100.0
242) ANC_VN H38K What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Vietnamese (ANC_VN)
 TOTAL%
1) Vietnamese9100.0
Missing1308
Total9100.0
243) ANC_PL H38L What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Polish (ANC_PL)
 TOTAL%
1) Polish19100.0
Missing1298
Total19100.0
244) ANC_AU H38M What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Australian (ANC_AU)
 TOTAL%
1) Australian304100.0
Missing1013
Total304100.0
245) ANC_OTH H38N What is your ancestry? (Provide up to two ancestries only.) Other (ANC_OTH)
 TOTAL%
1) Other, please specify192100.0
Missing1125
Total192100.0
246) ANC_OTHSPEC H38other What is your ancestry? (two only) Other - COUNTRY SPECIFIED (ANC_OTHSPEC)
247) ATSI H39 Do you identify yourself as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? (ATSI)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes322.5
2) No123897.5
Missing47
Total1270100.0
248) CONVDESC H40 To the best of your knowledge, are you descended from one or more of the convicts who were sent to Australia during the early period of British settlement in this country? (CONVDESC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, I am13310.4
2) I may be937.3
3) No, I am not78161.0
4) I really don't know27421.4
Missing36
Total1281100.0
249) H41 How many languages do you speak well enough to hold a conversation in, including the language(s) you speak at home? (H41)
 TOTAL%
1) One language102980.4
2) Two languages18714.6
3) Three languages544.2
4) Four or more languages100.8
Missing37
Total1280100.0
250) HH_ADULT H42AIncluding yourself, how many people - including children - usually live in your household? Adults of 18 years and older (HH_ADULT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11382.271.00
251) HH_CH517 H42B Including yourself, how many people - including children - usually live in your household? Children between five and 17 years of age (HH_CH517)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2491.740.97
252) HH_CH04 H42C Including yourself, how many people - including children - usually live in your household? Children zero to four years (HH_CH04)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total891.340.58
253) HH_TOT H42D Including yourself, how many people - including children - usually live in your household? This makes a total of how many people? (HH_TOT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7892.691.42
254) TELFIXHH H43 Is there at least one telephone inside your home that is currently working and is not a mobile phone? (TELFIXHH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes90070.0
2) No38429.9
3) Don't know20.2
Missing31
Total1286100.0
255) TELMOBHH H44 How many people in your household, including yourself, have a currently working mobile phone? (TELMOBHH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12382.361.16
256) INTERNET H45 In your home, do you have a computer (such as a PC, laptop or iPad) that is connected to the Internet? (INTERNET)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes118292.2
2) No957.4
3) Don't know50.4
Missing35
Total1282100.0
257) RINCOME H46 Before taxes and other deductions, what on average is your own total monthly income? (RINCOME)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9465,886.5311,682.39
258) HHINCOME H47 Before taxes and other deductions, what on average is the total monthly income of your household? (HHINCOME)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total92611,720.4739,259.09
259) MANAGINC H48 Thinking of your household's total income, including all the sources of income of all the members who contribute to it, how difficult or easy is it currently for your household to make ends meet? (MANAGINC)
 TOTAL%
1) Very difficult1028.2
2) Fairly difficult23218.6
3) Neither easy nor difficult41933.5
4) Fairly easy29823.9
5) Very easy18214.6
8) Can't choose161.3
Missing68
Total1249100.0
260) AU_MARITAL H49 What is your current legal marital status? (AU_MARITAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Married77060.7
2) Separated from my spouse but still legally married332.6
3) Divorced from spouse13310.5
4) Widowed665.2
5) I have never been married26621.0
Missing49
Total1268100.0
261) AU_URBRURAL H50 Would you describe the place where you live as... (AU_URBRURAL)
 TOTAL%
1) A big city21016.5
2) The suburbs or outskirts of a big city56244.1
3) A town or a small city31224.5
4) A country village947.4
5) A farm or home in the country977.6
Missing42
Total1275100.0
262) HHOWN H51 Do you own outright, are you buying or renting the dwelling in which you now live? (HHOWN)
 TOTAL%
1) Own outright56744.9
2) Own, paying off mortgage39531.3
3) Rent from private landlord18814.9
4) Rent from public housing authority221.7
5) Other (boarding, living at home, etc.)907.1
Missing55
Total1262100.0
263) DAYCOMP I1A What is the day that you mostly filled out this questionnaire? (DAYCOMP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total124314.377.43
264) MONCOMP I1B What is the month that you mostly filled out this questionnaire? (MONCOMP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12346.763.43
265) MINCOMP I3 About how many minutes did it take you to fill out this questionnaire? (MINCOMP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total117643.7627.18
266) FORMID Formid queXF form ID (FORMID)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total131725,217.82517.78
267) BARCODE Barcode queXF barcode (BARCODE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1317202,868.222,440.41
268) AU_CASEID Caseid ID number of respondent (AU_CASEID)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1317202,868.222,440.41
269) STATE State (STATE)
270) COMPLETE Completed date of scanning (COMPLETE)
271) WAVE AuSSA wave (WAVE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13172.531.12
272) AU_WEIGHT Sweight weight (AU_WEIGHT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13171.000.77
273) POSTCODERV Post Code - RESTRICTED VARIABLE - Contact ADA for access (POSTCODERV)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13179,999.000.00
274) StateMap State mapping variable (STATEMAP)
 TOTAL%
1) NSW40931.1
2) Vic34326.0
3) Qld23517.8
4) SA1279.6
5) WA13410.2
6) Tas352.7
7) NT80.6
8) ACT262.0
Total1317100.0
275) AU_ATTEND H30 Apart from such special occasions as weddings, funerals, etc., how often do you attend religious services? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
 TOTAL%
1) Once a week or more often14311.1
2) Between several times a month and several times a year17713.8
3) Once a year987.6
4) Less frequently than once a year20215.7
5) Never66451.7
Missing33
Total1284100.0
276) RINCOME H46 Before taxes and other deductions, what on average is your own total monthly income? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-INCOME)
 TOTAL%
1) $2,000 or less30231.9
2) Between $2,000 and $4,00027529.1
3) Between $4,000 and $6,00015316.2
4) Between $6,000 and $8,000838.8
5) Greater than $8,00013314.1
Missing371
Total946100.0
277) AU_MARITAL H49 What is your current legal marital status? (for use with online analysis) (I-MARITAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Married77060.7
2) Separated from my spouse but still legally married332.6
3) Divorced from spouse13310.5
4) Widowed665.2
5) I have never been married26621.0
Missing49
Total1268100.0
278) PARTYAFF H32 Do you usually think of yourself as close to any particular political party and, if yes, which party is that? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-PARTYID)
 TOTAL%
1) Labor Party (ALP)27421.6
2) Liberal Party28722.7
3) Other party (including National (Country) Party and Greens)15312.1
4) No party affiliation55243.6
Missing51
Total1266100.0
279) AU_RELIG H29 Do you belong to a religion and, if yes, which religion do you belong to? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
 TOTAL%
1) No religion56644.2
2) Catholic24218.9
3) Protestant (including Anglican/Church of England, Uniting Church/Methodist, Pentecostal, Other Christian)36928.8
4) Other religions (including Orthodox, Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, Hindu, other Asian religions)1038.0
Missing37
Total1280100.0
280) AU_SEX H1 Are you... (for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Male56543.7
2) Female72756.3
Missing25
Total1292100.0

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