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National Survey of Family Growth - (2013-2015) Female Respondent File - Codebook

All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).

1) Respondent ID number (CASEID)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total569965,522.232,954.28
2) Whether respondent was also the screener informant (RSCRNINF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes315355.3
5) No254644.7
Total5699100.0
3) Respondent's age as reported in screener (RSCRAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total569928.828.37
4) Respondent's Hispanic origin as reported in screener (RSCRHISP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes131023.0
5) No438977.0
Total5699100.0
5) Respondent's race as reported in screener (RSCRRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Other race group681.2
2) Other race group2804.9
3) Other race group310.5
4) Black or African American122321.5
5) White278748.9
6) Hispanic131023.0
Total5699100.0
6) AA-1: (First, I'd like to know your age and date of birth.) How old are you? (AGE_A)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total569928.888.40
7) Respondent's age at interview (AGE_R)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total569928.888.40
8) Century month for respondent's date of birth (CMBIRTH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total56991,024.62101.05
9) Respondent's age at screener (AGESCRN)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total569928.848.40
10) AB-1: Now I'd like to ask about marital status and living together. What is your current marital or cohabiting status? (MARSTAT)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to a person of the opposite sex169929.8
2) Not married but living together with a partner of the opposite sex81014.2
3) Widowed140.2
4) Divorced or annulled3195.6
5) Separated, because you and your spouse are not getting along1833.2
6) Never been married267246.9
9) Don't know20.0
Total5699100.0
11) AB-2: [If respondent is cohabiting:] What is your formal marital status? That is, are you widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never been married? (FMARSTAT)
 TOTAL%
3) Widowed91.1
4) Divorced or annulled15218.8
5) Separated, because you and your spouse are not getting along253.1
6) Never been married62477.0
Missing4889
Total810100.0
12) Respondent's formal marital status (FMARIT)
 TOTAL%
0) Don't know / Refused20.0
1) Married169929.8
2) Widowed230.4
3) Divorced4718.3
4) Separated2083.6
5) Never married329657.8
Total5699100.0
13) Respondent ever married (EVRMARRY)
 TOTAL%
0) Never married329857.9
1) Ever married240142.1
Total5699100.0
14) AC-1: Now I have some questions about your ethnic background and your race. You may have already told me this, but are you Hispanic or Latina, or of Spanish origin? (HISP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes139424.5
5) No430375.5
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
15) AC-2: [If respondent is Hispanic:] Are you Puerto Rican; Cuban; Mexican, Mexican American, or Chicana; Central or South American; or another Hispanic, Latina or Spanish origin? One or more categories may be selected (HISPGRP)
 TOTAL%
1) Mexican, Mexican American, or Chicana, only80757.9
2) All other Hispanic or Latina groups, including multiple responses58542.0
9) Don't know20.1
Missing4305
Total1394100.0
16) AC-6: What languages do you usually speak at home? (PRIMLANG1)
 TOTAL%
1) English498687.5
2) Spanish5399.5
7) Other1733.0
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
17) AC-6: [If respondent indicated speaking more than one language at home:] What languages do you usually speak at home? [SECOND MENTION] (PRIMLANG2)
 TOTAL%
1) English23724.5
2) Spanish49851.5
7) Other23224.0
Missing4732
Total967100.0
18) AC-6: [If respondent indicated speaking more than two languages at home:] What languages do you usually speak at home? [THIRD MENTION] (PRIMLANG3)
 TOTAL%
1) English112.5
2) Spanish225.0
7) Other562.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
19) Total number of people in the household (ROSCNT)
 TOTAL%
1) One household member4788.4
2) Two household members120621.2
3) Three household members137424.1
4) Four household members135223.7
5) Five household members77313.6
6) Six household members3235.7
7) Seven household members1202.1
8) Eight or more household members731.3
Total5699100.0
20) Number of children in HH less than 13 years with RELAR = codes 3 to 8 (NUMCHILD)
 TOTAL%
0) No children305453.6
1) One child119220.9
2) Two children92816.3
3) Three children4087.2
4) Four children or more1172.1
Total5699100.0
21) Number of children in HH less than 19 years with RELAR = codes 3 to 10 (HHKIDS18)
 TOTAL%
0) No children278248.8
1) One child113519.9
2) Two children102818.0
3) Three children5209.1
4) Four children1703.0
5) Five or more children641.1
Total5699100.0
22) Number of daughters in HH 9 to 18 years with RELAR = 3 or 5 (DAUGHT918)
 TOTAL%
0) No daughters495286.9
1) One daughter61310.8
2) Two or more daughters1342.4
Total5699100.0
23) Number of sons in HH 9 to 18 years with RELAR = 3 or 5 (SON918)
 TOTAL%
0) Zero sons491386.2
1) One son63211.1
2) Two or more sons1542.7
Total5699100.0
24) Number of children in HH less than 19 years with RELAR = codes 4 to 10 (NONBIOKIDS)
 TOTAL%
0) No children541194.9
1) One child1873.3
2) Two or more children1011.8
Total5699100.0
25) AD-8: [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Where is your (husband / partner) currently living? (HPLOCALE)
 TOTAL%
1) In household239695.5
2) Lives elsewhere1124.5
9) Don't know10.0
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
26) [If there is a husband or partner in the household:] Whether the man in the household is respondent's husband or cohabiting partner (MANREL)
 TOTAL%
1) Husband162167.7
2) Male cohabiting partner77532.3
Missing3303
Total2396100.0
27) AF-1: I'd like to talk about your education in regular school. By regular school I mean elementary, junior high or middle school, high school, college, or graduate school. Are you now going to, or on vacation from, regular school? (GOSCHOL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes168929.6
5) No401070.4
Total5699100.0
28) AF-2: [If respondent is under 20 years of age, the month of the interview is May through September, and she is currently attending school:] Are you currently on vacation from regular school? (VACA)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes22456.6
5) No17243.4
Missing5303
Total396100.0
29) AF-3: What grade or year of school (are you in / were you in before vacation began)? / What is the highest grade or year of regular school you have ever attended? (HIGRADE)
 TOTAL%
9) Ninth grade or less4227.4
10) 10th grade3416.0
11) 11th grade4187.3
12) 12th grade110919.5
13) One year of college or less75113.2
14) Two years of college78013.7
15) Three years of college3666.4
16) Four years of college / grad school69512.2
17) Five years of college / grad school2284.0
18) Six years of college / grad school2714.8
19) Seven or more years of college and/or grad school3155.5
99) Don't know30.1
Total5699100.0
30) AF-4: [If respondent has had any formal schooling:] Have you completed that (grade / year) of school? / Did you complete (that grade / that year / your highest year) of school? (COMPGRD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes352962.0
5) No216338.0
Missing7
Total5692100.0
31) AF-6: [If respondent has completed 12 years of school or highest grade respondent attended was 12, but she didn't complete it and isn't currently in school or highest grade is less than 12 and she doesn't say she is in school or if respondent did not report a grade:] Do you have a high school diploma, a GED certificate, or both? (DIPGED)
 TOTAL%
1) High school diploma394178.7
2) GED only4168.3
3) Both481.0
5) Neither60012.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing693
Total5006100.0
32) AF-7: [If respondent has a high school diploma:] In what month and year did you get your high school diploma? [MONTH] (EARNHS_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1320.8
2) 2130.3
3) 3381.0
4) 4290.7
5) 5157739.5
6) 6201250.4
7) 7892.2
8) 8411.0
9) 9250.6
10) 10140.4
11) 11290.7
12) 12481.2
13) Winter10.0
14) Spring50.1
15) Summer150.4
16) Fall30.1
99) Don't know180.5
Missing1710
Total3989100.0
33) AF-7: [If respondent has a high school diploma:] In what month and year did you get your high school diploma? [YEAR] (EARNHS_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total39892,017.84357.91
34) [If respondent has a high school diploma:] Century month of high school graduation (CMHSGRAD)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total39891,244.94402.97
35) AF-8: [If respondent has no high school diploma or missing information about a high school diploma and her highest grade attended is more than 12 or missing:] Not counting your GED classes, what is the highest grade of elementary, junior high or middle school, or high school you have ever attended? (HISCHGRD)
 TOTAL%
6) Sixth grade10.4
7) Seventh grade10.4
8) Eighth grade83.3
9) Ninth grade218.8
10) 10th grade5723.8
11) 11th grade7129.7
12) 12th grade7832.6
99) Don't know20.8
Missing5460
Total239100.0
36) [If respondent has any formal schooling:] Last elementary / junior high / high school grade respondent attended (LSTGRADE)
 TOTAL%
0) No formal schooling40.1
1) 140.1
2) 250.1
3) 360.1
4) 4100.2
5) 5120.2
6) 6571.0
7) 7210.4
8) 8691.2
9) Ninth grade2324.1
10) 10th grade3926.9
11) 11th grade4808.4
12) 12th grade440577.3
97) Not ascertained20.0
Total5699100.0
37) AF-9: [If respondent's highest grade is one through 12, she is not in school, and does not have high school diploma, or respondent's highest grade is 13 through 19, and she does not have a diploma or do not know highest grade attended and respondent not currently in school:] In what month and year did you last attend [HIGHEST GRADE ONE THROUGH 12] grade / regular school? [MONTH] (MYSCHOL_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1464.5
2) 2484.7
3) 3535.2
4) 4626.1
5) 516716.5
6) 618518.2
7) 7343.4
8) 8313.1
9) 9393.8
10) 10515.0
11) 11595.8
12) 12363.6
13) Winter262.6
14) Spring363.6
15) Summer363.6
16) Fall212.1
99) Don't know848.3
Missing4685
Total1014100.0
38) AF-9: [If respondent's highest grade is one through 12, she is not in school, and does not have high school diploma, or respondent's highest grade is 13 through 19, and she does not have a diploma or do not know highest grade attended and respondent not currently in school:] In what month and year did you last attend ([HIGHEST GRADE ONE THROUGH 12] grade / regular school)? [YEAR] (MYSCHOL_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10142,354.411,648.23
39) [If respondent is not currently in school or respondent's highest grade is 13 through 19 and respondent does not have a diploma:] Century month of last attendance in grades one through 12 (CMLSTSCH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10141,589.321,815.57
40) AF-10: [If respondent has attended school past the 12th grade:] Do you have any college or university degrees? (HAVEDEG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes176751.9
5) No163848.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2293
Total3406100.0
41) AF-11: [If respondent has a college degree:] What is the highest college or university degree you have? (DEGREES)
 TOTAL%
1) Associate's degree43724.7
2) Bachelor's degree85248.2
3) Master's degree37321.1
4) Doctorate degree533.0
5) Professional school degree492.8
9) Don't know30.2
Missing3932
Total1767100.0
42) AF-12: [If respondent has a Bachelor's degree:] In what month and year did you get your Bachelor's degree? [MONTH] (EARNBA_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1272.0
2) 270.5
3) 3251.9
4) 4423.2
5) 564848.8
6) 618914.2
7) 7372.8
8) 8665.0
9) 9191.4
10) 10161.2
11) 1180.6
12) 1220515.4
13) Winter20.2
14) Spring40.3
15) Summer100.8
16) Fall30.2
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know181.4
Missing4372
Total1327100.0
43) AF-12: [If respondent has a Bachelor's degree:] In what month and year did you get your Bachelor's degree? [YEAR] (EARNBA_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13272,058.47656.43
44) AF-13: [If respondent is not currently going to school and has less than a Bachelor's degree or missing information on degrees:] Do you expect to go back to regular school at any time in the future? (EXPSCHL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes161856.8
5) No118641.6
9) Don't know471.6
Missing2848
Total2851100.0
45) AF-14: [If respondent expects to go back to school or respondent is currently enrolled in school:] What is the highest grade or degree you expect to complete? (EXPGRADE)
 TOTAL%
9) Ninth grade or less441.3
10) 10th grade30.1
11) 11th grade60.2
12) 12th grade1705.1
13) One year of college or less862.6
14) Two years of college45213.7
15) Three years of college862.6
16) Four years of college / grad school143243.3
17) Five years of college / grad school1685.1
18) Six years of college / grad school37111.2
19) Seven or more years of college and / or grad school44813.5
99) Don't know411.2
Missing2392
Total3307100.0
46) AF-12: [If respondent has a Bachelor's degree:] Century month received Bachelor's degree (CMBAGRAD)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13271,316.74721.87
47) Whether respondent is living with parents or parent figures by relationship of these household members to respondent (WTHPARNW)
 TOTAL%
1) Both biological or adoptive parents73112.8
2) Other or no parental figures496887.2
Total5699100.0
48) AG-0a: [If respondent is 18 or older or respondent is under 18 and lives with parents or parent-figures:] (Have you ever lived / Before you turned 18, did you ever live) away from your parents or guardians? Please include times you were away at college or in the Armed Forces. But, do not include times you were away at boarding school for elementary, middle, or high school, or living in an institution or jail or group home. Also, please do not include temporary supervised arrangements such as summer camp (ONOWN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes124221.8
5) No445278.2
8) Refused10.0
Missing4
Total5695100.0
49) Whether respondent lived on her own before age 18 (ONOWN18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes124621.9
5) No445278.1
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
50) AG-1: [If respondent is not currently living in intact household, is under 18 and has lived on own; or respondent is not currently living in intact household, is 18 or older and has or has not lived on own; or respondent is currently living in intact household, is 18 or older, and has or has not lived on own; or respondent is currently living in intact household, is under 18, and has or has not lived on own:] Between your (birth / adoption / birth or adoption) and (the present time / the time you first started living on your own / your 18th birthday), (have / did) you always (lived / live) with both your (biological parents / adoptive parents / biological or adoptive parents)? (INTACT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes299855.5
5) No240144.5
8) Refused10.0
Missing299
Total5400100.0
51) AG-2: Were your biological parents married to each other at the time you were born? (PARMARR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes415172.8
5) No149826.3
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know490.9
Total5699100.0
52) Whether respondent lived in an intact family from birth to age 18 (INTACT18)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes299852.6
2) No270047.4
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
53) AG-3: [If respondent did not live with both parents while growing up:] Now, think about when you were 14 years old. What female and male parents or parent-figures were you living with at age 14? (LVSIT14F)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological mother or adoptive mother207476.8
2) Other mother figure51419.0
3) No mother figure1104.1
8) Refused20.1
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2998
Total2701100.0
54) AG-4: [If respondent did not live with both parents while growing up:] Now tell me who was the male parent or parent-figure you were living with when you were 14 years old (LVSIT14M)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological father or adoptive father58921.8
2) Step-father63623.5
3) No father figure104938.8
4) Other father figure42515.7
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2998
Total2701100.0
55) AG-5: [If respondent did not live with both parents while growing up:] Who, if anyone, do you think of as the woman who mostly raised you when you were growing up? (WOMRASDU)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological mother196072.6
2) Other mother figure67825.1
3) No mother figure622.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing2998
Total2701100.0
56) AG-6: [If respondent had a mother or mother-figure while growing up:] What is the highest level of education (your mother / she) completed? (MOMDEGRE)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school130423.1
2) High school graduate or GED171930.5
3) Some college, including two-year degrees133623.7
4) Bachelor's degree or higher122021.6
9) Don't know571.0
Missing63
Total5636100.0
57) AG-7: [If respondent had a mother or mother-figure while growing up:] During most of the time you were growing up, that is when you were between the ages of five and 15, did she usually work full-time, part-time or did she not work for pay at all? (MOMWORKD)
 TOTAL%
1) Full-time322657.2
2) Part-time83114.7
3) Equal amounts full-time and part-time2113.7
4) Not at all (for pay)135324.0
9) Don't know150.3
Missing63
Total5636100.0
58) AG-9: [If respondent had a mother or mother-figure while growing up:] How old was she when she had her first child who was born alive? (MOMFSTCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years95917.0
2) 18 to 19 years96517.1
3) 20 to 24 years193934.4
4) 25 to 29 years103018.3
5) 30 or older4888.7
96) Mother or mother to figure did not have any children701.2
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know1813.2
Missing63
Total5636100.0
59) AG-10: [If respondent's mother or mother to figure had at least one child born alive and respondent doesn't know age at first birth:] Was she under 18, 18 to 19, 20 to 24, or 25 or older? (MOM18)
 TOTAL%
1) Under 183418.4
2) 18 to 192513.5
3) 20 to 247037.8
4) 25 or older189.7
8) Refused31.6
9) Don't know3518.9
Missing5514
Total185100.0
60) AG-11: [If respondent didn't always live with both biological mom and biological dad or with both adoptive mom and adoptive dad:] Who, if anyone, do you think of as the man who mostly raised you when you were growing up? (MANRASDU)
 TOTAL%
1) Biological father104038.5
2) Step-father52419.4
3) No father figure50818.8
4) Other father figure62923.3
Missing2998
Total2701100.0
61) Whether respondent is living / has lived with a foster parent based on information from the household roster and childhood background questions (R_FOSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes foster430.8
3) No foster, not intact265846.6
5) No foster, intact299852.6
Total5699100.0
62) AG-13: [If respondent didn't always live with both biological / adoptive parents and did not already indicate living with a foster parent:] Did you ever live in state-sponsored foster care? This includes settings such as a family foster home, a relative foster home, a group home, institution, or supervised independent living (EVRFSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1957.3
5) No246292.6
8) Refused10.0
Missing3041
Total2658100.0
63) AG-14: [If respondent indicated that she ever lived with a foster parent:] In how many different foster care settings or locations have you lived? (MNYFSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) One setting or location10242.9
2) Two settings or locations4719.7
3) Three settings or locations208.4
4) 4135.5
5) 5166.7
6) 652.1
7) 762.5
8) 831.3
9) 920.8
10) 10104.2
11) 1120.8
12) 1210.4
13) 1320.8
14) 1420.8
15) 1520.8
20) 2041.7
99) Don't know10.4
Missing5461
Total238100.0
64) AG-15: [If respondent indicated that she ever lived in foster care:] Approximately how much time did you spend in foster care during your life? (DURFSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than six months4318.1
2) At least six months, but less than a year2610.9
3) At least a year but less than two years2410.1
4) At least two years but less than three years3313.9
5) Three years or more11247.1
Missing5461
Total238100.0
65) BA-1: How old were you when you had your first menstrual period? (MENARCHE)
 TOTAL%
5) 510.0
6) 620.0
7) 740.1
8) 8320.6
9) 92133.7
10) 10 years3586.3
11) 11 years94416.6
12) 12 years151826.6
13) 13 years133923.5
14) 14 years70712.4
15) 153315.8
16) 161482.6
17) 17540.9
18) 18130.2
19) 1940.1
20) 2020.0
21) 2110.0
23) 2310.0
96) Periods have not yet begun70.1
98) Refused20.0
99) Don't know180.3
Total5699100.0
66) BA-2: [If respondent has reached menarche or respondent did not know or refused to give her age at first menstrual period:] Are you pregnant now? (PREGNOWQ)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2424.3
5) No543995.6
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know100.2
Missing7
Total5692100.0
67) BA-3: [If respondent does not know if she is currently pregnant:] Do you think you are probably pregnant or not? (MAYBPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Probably pregnant770.0
9) Don't know330.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
68) BB-1: [If respondent has reached menarche:] (Including this pregnancy, how / How) many times have you been pregnant in your life? (NUMPREGS)
 TOTAL%
0) None221138.8
1) One pregnancy88815.6
2) Two pregnancies99617.5
3) Three pregnancies76013.4
4) Four pregnancies4097.2
5) Five pregnancies2133.7
6) Six pregnancies991.7
7) 7551.0
8) 8260.5
9) 9110.2
10) 1080.1
11) 1150.1
12) 1230.1
13) 1310.0
15) 1510.0
20) 2010.0
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know10.0
Missing7
Total5692100.0
69) Whether respondent has ever been pregnant (EVERPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes347661.0
5) No222339.0
Total5699100.0
70) Whether respondent is currently pregnant (CURRPREG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2494.4
5) No545095.6
Total5699100.0
71) BB-2: [If respondent is currently pregnant:] How many weeks or months pregnant are you now? [NUMBER] (HOWPREG_N)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24917.4711.74
72) BB-2: [If respondent is currently pregnant and gave a valid number for how many months or weeks pregnant she is:] How many weeks or months pregnant are you now? [UNIT - WEEKS OR MONTHS] (HOWPREG_P)
 TOTAL%
1) Weeks20281.1
2) Months4718.9
Missing5450
Total249100.0
73) [If respondent is currently pregnant and gave valid responses on how many months or weeks pregnant she is or answered the 'don't know' follow-up question:] Number of months currently pregnant (MOSCURRP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2494.822.61
74) [If respondent has reached menarche:] Total number of pregnancies respondent has had (based on verified and chronologically sorted data) (NPREGS_S)
 TOTAL%
0) None221138.8
1) One pregnancy88815.6
2) Two pregnancies99617.5
3) Three pregnancies76013.4
4) Four pregnancies4097.2
5) Five pregnancies2133.7
6) Six pregnancies991.7
7) 7540.9
8) 8270.5
9) 9110.2
10) 1080.1
11) 1150.1
12) 1230.1
13) 1310.0
15) 1510.0
20) 2010.0
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know10.0
Missing7
Total5692100.0
75) Whether respondent has had any live births (HASBABES)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes306753.8
5) No263246.2
Total5699100.0
76) Number of babies born alive to respondent (parity) (NUMBABES)
 TOTAL%
0) Zero babies263246.2
1) One baby104118.3
2) Two babies105718.5
3) Three babies62110.9
4) Four babies2284.0
5) 5821.4
6) 6210.4
7) 7110.2
8) 840.1
9) 910.0
10) 1010.0
Total5699100.0
77) Total number of liveborn babies respondent has had (based on verified and chronologically sorted data) (NBABES_S)
 TOTAL%
0) Zero babies263246.2
1) One baby104018.2
2) Two babies105718.5
3) Three babies62210.9
4) Four babies2274.0
5) 5821.4
6) 6220.4
7) 7110.2
8) 840.1
9) 910.0
10) 1010.0
Total5699100.0
78) [If respondent has ever had a live birth:] Century month for date of last live birth (CMLASTLB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total30671,314.37320.65
79) [If respondent has ever been pregnant but she is not currently pregnant for the first time:] Century month for date of last completed pregnancy (CMLSTPRG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total34041,361.00683.71
80) [If respondent has ever had a completed pregnancy:] Century month for date of first completed pregnancy (CMFSTPRG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total34041,255.78273.08
81) [If respondent has ever been pregnant:] Century month for start of first pregnancy (CMPG1BEG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total34761,260.68401.80
82) Number of respondent's biological children she placed for adoption (NPLACED)
 TOTAL%
0) None569499.9
1) 150.1
Total5699100.0
83) Number of respondent's biological children that died shortly after birth (NDIED)
 TOTAL%
0) None569699.9
1) 130.1
Total5699100.0
84) Number of respondent's biological children living with adoptive families (NADOPTV)
 TOTAL%
0) None566799.4
1) 1230.4
2) 250.1
3) 330.1
5) 510.0
Total5699100.0
85) [If respondent has ever been pregnant:] Total number of biological children respondent placed for adoption or were placed for adoption (TOTPLACD)
 TOTAL%
0) None303098.8
1) 1280.9
2) 250.2
3) 330.1
5) 510.0
Missing2632
Total3067100.0
86) BJ-1: [If respondent is 18 years or older:] Not counting the child(ren) born to you, have any (other) children lived with you under your care and responsibility? (OTHERKID)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes61212.0
5) No447287.9
8) Refused20.0
Missing613
Total5086100.0
87) BJ-2: [If respondent reported that any child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] How many children? (NOTHRKID)
 TOTAL%
1) One child32953.8
2) Two children15725.7
3) 38213.4
4) 4213.4
5) 5142.3
6) 610.2
7) 730.5
9) 910.2
11) 1110.2
12) 1210.2
14) 1410.2
15) 1510.2
Missing5087
Total612100.0
88) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that any child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD)
 TOTAL%
1) Male30249.3
2) Female31050.7
Missing5087
Total612100.0
89) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that any child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)13922.7
2) The child of a blood relative20733.8
3) The child of a relative by marriage233.8
4) The child of a friend345.6
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child12320.1
6) Related to you in some other way315.1
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way559.0
Missing5087
Total612100.0
90) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that any child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted315.1
3) Yes, became guardian9715.8
5) No, neither48479.1
Missing5087
Total612100.0
91) BJ-7a: [If respondent became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]? (TRYADOPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes77.2
5) No9092.8
Missing5602
Total97100.0
92) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt71.4
3) Yes, trying to become guardian40.8
5) No, neither47397.7
Missing5215
Total484100.0
93) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes19331.5
5) No41968.5
Missing5087
Total612100.0
94) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 194.7
2) 2136.7
3) 3126.2
4) 4168.3
5) 5168.3
6) 6147.3
7) 7168.3
8) 8178.8
9) 92211.4
10) 102010.4
11) 11147.3
12) 12115.7
14) Spring10.5
15) Summer52.6
16) Fall10.5
99) Don't know63.1
Missing5506
Total193100.0
95) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y)
 TOTAL%
1996) 199610.5
1997) 199710.5
1999) 199910.5
2000) 200010.5
2001) 200142.1
2002) 200210.5
2004) 200431.6
2005) 200594.7
2006) 200673.6
2007) 200794.7
2008) 200894.7
2009) 2009157.8
2010) 2010199.8
2011) 2011199.8
2012) 20122714.0
2013) 20132513.0
2014) 20143417.6
2015) 201563.1
9999) Don't know21.0
Missing5506
Total193100.0
96) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when first nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1931,421.11881.14
97) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2324.0
5) No7376.0
Missing5603
Total96100.0
98) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1168.0
2) 22311.4
3) 3189.0
4) 4126.0
5) 5168.0
6) 6147.0
7) 7115.5
8) 8199.5
9) 92210.9
10) 10189.0
11) 11126.0
12) 12168.0
13) Winter10.5
99) Don't know31.5
Missing5498
Total201100.0
99) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2012,083.56795.53
100) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of first nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2011,341.49872.59
101) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes315.0
5) No1785.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
102) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC1)
 TOTAL%
1) Other race group15.0
2) Other race group210.0
4) Black or African American420.0
5) White1365.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
103) BJ-13: [If respondent reports more than one race for this child:] Which group describes [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [SECOND MENTION] (OTHKDRAC2)
 TOTAL%
5) White2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
104) BJ-14: [If respondent reports more than one race for this child:] Which of these groups, that is [RESPONSES FROM OTHKDRAC], would you say best describes (his / her / the child's) racial background? [FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (KDBSTRAC)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American150.0
5) White150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
105) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS)
 TOTAL%
1) United States1890.0
5) Another country210.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
106) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF FIRST NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL1)
 TOTAL%
2) Emotional disturbance210.0
4) None of the above1890.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
107) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than one child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD2)
 TOTAL%
1) Male14751.9
2) Female13648.1
Missing5416
Total283100.0
108) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than one child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD2)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)6322.3
2) The child of a blood relative10236.0
3) The child of a relative by marriage72.5
4) The child of a friend196.7
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child4917.3
6) Related to you in some other way134.6
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way3010.6
Missing5416
Total283100.0
109) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than one child not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted124.2
3) Yes, became guardian3713.1
5) No, neither23482.7
Missing5416
Total283100.0
110) BJ-7a: [If respondent became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]? (TRYADOPT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes38.1
5) No3491.9
Missing5662
Total37100.0
111) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt31.3
3) Yes, trying to become guardian10.4
5) No, neither23098.3
Missing5465
Total234100.0
112) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6723.7
5) No21676.3
Missing5416
Total283100.0
113) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 146.0
2) 246.0
3) 369.0
4) 4710.4
5) 534.5
6) 669.0
7) 769.0
8) 81116.4
9) 946.0
10) 1034.5
11) 1134.5
12) 1234.5
15) Summer23.0
16) Fall11.5
99) Don't know46.0
Missing5632
Total67100.0
114) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y2)
 TOTAL%
2002) 200211.5
2005) 200511.5
2006) 200634.5
2007) 200746.0
2008) 200846.0
2009) 200969.0
2010) 2010913.4
2011) 2011811.9
2012) 201223.0
2013) 20131217.9
2014) 20141217.9
2015) 201523.0
9999) Don't know34.5
Missing5632
Total67100.0
115) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when second nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total671,724.491,805.32
116) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1234.3
5) No2365.7
Missing5664
Total35100.0
117) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 134.2
2) 21014.1
3) 357.0
4) 457.0
5) 522.8
6) 679.9
7) 745.6
8) 81115.5
9) 957.0
10) 1034.2
11) 1145.6
12) 121014.1
15) Summer11.4
99) Don't know11.4
Missing5628
Total71100.0
118) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total712,004.585.78
119) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of second nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total711,261.6669.86
120) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes110.0
5) No990.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
121) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC6)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American330.0
5) White770.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
122) BJ-13: [If respondent reports more than one race for this child:] Which group describes [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [SECOND MENTION] (OTHKDRAC7)
 TOTAL%
5) White2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
123) BJ-14: [If respondent reports more than one race for this child:] Which of these groups, that is [RESPONSES FROM OTHKDRAC], would you say best describes (his / her / the child's) racial background? [SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (KDBSTRAC2)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American150.0
9) Don't know150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
124) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS2)
 TOTAL%
1) United States10100.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
125) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL5)
 TOTAL%
1) Physical disability110.0
2) Emotional disturbance330.0
4) None of the above660.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
126) BJ-16: [If respondent reported more than one type of disability for this child:] Does [NAME OF SECOND NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [SECOND MENTION] (OKDISABL6)
 TOTAL%
3) Mental retardation1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
127) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than two children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD3)
 TOTAL%
1) Male7458.7
2) Female5241.3
Missing5573
Total126100.0
128) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than two children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD3)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)2519.8
2) The child of a blood relative4838.1
3) The child of a relative by marriage43.2
4) The child of a friend54.0
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child1814.3
6) Related to you in some other way64.8
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way2015.9
Missing5573
Total126100.0
129) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than two children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted21.6
3) Yes, became guardian97.1
5) No, neither11591.3
Missing5573
Total126100.0
130) BJ-7a: [If respondent became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]? (TRYADOPT3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes111.1
5) No888.9
Missing5690
Total9100.0
131) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt10.9
3) Yes, trying to become guardian10.9
5) No, neither11398.3
Missing5584
Total115100.0
132) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3023.8
5) No9676.2
Missing5573
Total126100.0
133) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 126.7
2) 226.7
3) 3413.3
4) 4310.0
5) 526.7
6) 6310.0
7) 726.7
8) 8310.0
9) 913.3
10) 1026.7
11) 11310.0
12) 1226.7
15) Summer13.3
Missing5669
Total30100.0
134) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total302,010.732.96
135) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when third nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total301,335.1035.20
136) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes426.7
5) No1173.3
Missing5684
Total15100.0
137) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total315.943.21
138) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total312,005.035.59
139) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of third nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total311,266.3267.19
140) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN3)
 TOTAL%
5) No2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
141) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC11)
 TOTAL%
5) White2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
142) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS3)
 TOTAL%
1) United States2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
143) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF THIRD NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL9)
 TOTAL%
2) Emotional disturbance150.0
4) None of the above150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
144) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than three children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD4)
 TOTAL%
1) Male2352.3
2) Female2147.7
Missing5655
Total44100.0
145) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than three children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD4)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)920.5
2) The child of a blood relative920.5
3) The child of a relative by marriage36.8
4) The child of a friend36.8
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child49.1
6) Related to you in some other way36.8
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way1329.5
Missing5655
Total44100.0
146) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than three children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted49.1
3) Yes, became guardian36.8
5) No, neither3784.1
Missing5655
Total44100.0
147) BJ-7a: [If respondent became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]? (TRYADOPT4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes133.3
5) No266.7
Missing5696
Total3100.0
148) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt12.7
5) No, neither3697.3
Missing5662
Total37100.0
149) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes818.2
5) No3681.8
Missing5655
Total44100.0
150) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total85.003.51
151) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total82,008.254.68
152) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when fourth nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81,304.0056.46
153) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes360.0
5) No240.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
154) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total95.223.07
155) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total92,004.565.59
156) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of fourth nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total91,259.8967.14
157) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN4)
 TOTAL%
5) No3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
158) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC16)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American133.3
5) White266.7
Missing5696
Total3100.0
159) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS4)
 TOTAL%
1) United States3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
160) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF FOURTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL13)
 TOTAL%
1) Physical disability133.3
4) None of the above266.7
Missing5696
Total3100.0
161) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than four children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD5)
 TOTAL%
1) Male730.4
2) Female1669.6
Missing5676
Total23100.0
162) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than four children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD5)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)626.1
2) The child of a blood relative521.7
3) The child of a relative by marriage28.7
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child14.3
6) Related to you in some other way28.7
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way730.4
Missing5676
Total23100.0
163) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than four children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted313.0
5) No, neither2087.0
Missing5676
Total23100.0
164) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt15.0
5) No, neither1995.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
165) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes730.4
5) No1669.6
Missing5676
Total23100.0
166) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total77.863.29
167) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total72,008.574.39
168) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when fifth nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total71,310.7152.29
169) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes250.0
5) No250.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
170) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total74.431.90
171) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total72,004.435.83
172) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of fifth nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total71,257.5770.31
173) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN5)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
174) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC21)
 TOTAL%
5) White1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
175) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS5)
 TOTAL%
1) United States1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
176) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF FIFTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL17)
 TOTAL%
4) None of the above1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
177) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than five children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD6)
 TOTAL%
1) Male555.6
2) Female444.4
Missing5690
Total9100.0
178) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than five children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD6)
 TOTAL%
1) Your husband's child (stepchild)111.1
2) The child of a blood relative333.3
4) The child of a friend111.1
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child111.1
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way333.3
Missing5690
Total9100.0
179) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than five children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD6)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither9100.0
Missing5690
Total9100.0
180) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR6)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither9100.0
Missing5690
Total9100.0
181) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF SIXTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE6)
 TOTAL%
5) No9100.0
Missing5690
Total9100.0
182) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than six children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD7)
 TOTAL%
1) Male450.0
2) Female450.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
183) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than six children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD7)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative225.0
4) The child of a friend112.5
5) Your boyfriend or partner's child112.5
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way450.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
184) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than six children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD7)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither8100.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
185) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR7)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither8100.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
186) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF SEVENTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE7)
 TOTAL%
5) No8100.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
187) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than seven children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD8)
 TOTAL%
1) Male360.0
2) Female240.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
188) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than seven children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD8)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative240.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way360.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
189) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than seven children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD8)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither5100.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
190) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR8)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, trying to adopt120.0
5) No, neither480.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
191) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF EIGHTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE8)
 TOTAL%
5) No5100.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
192) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than eight children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD9)
 TOTAL%
1) Male120.0
2) Female480.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
193) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than eight children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD9)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative240.0
4) The child of a friend120.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way240.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
194) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than eight children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD9)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, adopted120.0
5) No, neither480.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
195) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR9)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
196) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE9)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes120.0
5) No480.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
197) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total18.000.00
198) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,010.000.00
199) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when ninth nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,328.000.00
200) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS9)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
201) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total16.000.00
202) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,010.000.00
203) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of ninth nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB9)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,326.000.00
204) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN9)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
205) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC41)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
206) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS9)
 TOTAL%
1) United States1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
207) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF NINTH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL33)
 TOTAL%
4) None of the above1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
208) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than nine children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD10)
 TOTAL%
1) Male125.0
2) Female375.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
209) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than nine children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD10)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative250.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way250.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
210) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than nine children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD10)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
211) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR10)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
212) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 10TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE10)
 TOTAL%
5) No4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
213) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than 10 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD11)
 TOTAL%
1) Male250.0
2) Female250.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
214) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than 10 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD11)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative250.0
6) Related to you in some other way125.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way125.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
215) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than 10 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD11)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
216) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR11)
 TOTAL%
3) Yes, trying to become guardian125.0
5) No, neither375.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
217) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE11)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes125.0
5) No375.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
218) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total18.000.00
219) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,013.000.00
220) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when 11th nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,364.000.00
221) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS11)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
222) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total18.000.00
223) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF 11TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,007.000.00
224) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of 11th nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB11)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,292.000.00
225) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than 11 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD12)
 TOTAL%
1) Male266.7
2) Female133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
226) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than 11 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD12)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative266.7
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
227) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than 11 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD12)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
228) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR12)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
229) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 12TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE12)
 TOTAL%
5) No3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
230) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than 12 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD13)
 TOTAL%
2) Female2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
231) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than 12 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD13)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative150.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
232) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than 12 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD13)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
233) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR13)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
234) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 13TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE13)
 TOTAL%
5) No2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
235) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than 13 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD14)
 TOTAL%
1) Male2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
236) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than 13 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD14)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative150.0
7) Unrelated to you previously in any way150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
237) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than 13 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD14)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
238) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR14)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
239) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE14)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes150.0
5) No150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
240) BJ-9m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [MONTH] [14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_M14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total14.000.00
241) BJ-9y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] In what month and year did (he / she / this child) begin living with you? Use the information already recorded on the calendar to help you remember when this child was living with you. You may want to record this on the calendar, but it is not necessary [YEAR] [14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (DATKDCAM_Y14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,013.000.00
242) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her:] Century month when 14th nonbiological child came to live with respondent (CMOKDCAM14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,360.000.00
243) BJ-10: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her and child is neither a stepchild nor respondent's partner's child:] Was [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] a foster or related child who was placed in your home by a court, child welfare department, or social service agency? (OTHKDFOS14)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
244) BJ-11m: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [MONTH] (OKDDOB_M14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13.000.00
245) BJ-11y: [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] In what month and year was [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] born? [YEAR] (OKDDOB_Y14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,013.000.00
246) [If this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Century month of 14th nonbiological child's birth (CMOKDDOB14)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,359.000.00
247) BJ-12: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Is [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] Hispanic or Latino, or of Spanish origin? (OTHKDSPN14)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
248) BJ-13: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Which group describes [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s race? Please select one or more groups [FIRST MENTION] (OTHKDRAC66)
 TOTAL%
4) Black or African American1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
249) BJ-15: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and this child still lives with respondent or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Was (he / she / this child) born in the United States or in another country? [14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] (OKBORNUS14)
 TOTAL%
1) United States1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
250) BJ-16: [If this child is unrelated to respondent in any way and respondent still lives with this child or respondent does not know if child still lives with her or child was adopted by respondent:] Does [NAME OF 14TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] have a physical disability, an emotional disturbance, or mental retardation? [FIRST MENTION] (OKDISABL53)
 TOTAL%
4) None of the above1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
251) BJ-4: [If respondent reported that more than 14 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] If necessary, ask: Is [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] male or female? (SEXOTHKD15)
 TOTAL%
1) Male1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
252) BJ-5: [If respondent reported that more than 14 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] When [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] began living with you, how was (he / she / this child) related to you? (RELOTHKD15)
 TOTAL%
2) The child of a blood relative1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
253) BJ-6: [If respondent reported that more than 14 children not born to her ever lived under her care and responsibility:] Did you legally adopt [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or become [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD]'s legal guardian? (ADPTOTKD15)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
254) BJ-7b: [If respondent neither adopted nor became legal guardian to this child:] Are you in the process of trying to legally adopt [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] or to become (his / her / this child's) legal guardian? (TRYEITHR15)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
255) BJ-8: [If it is not already clear from household roster that this child is living in household with respondent:] Is [NAME OF 15TH NONBIOLOGICAL CHILD] still living with you? (STILHERE15)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
256) [If respondent is 18 years or older:] Respondent's experience with adoption (EVERADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, has adopted a child360.7
3) No, but is currently trying to adopt specific child200.4
5) No, and not trying to adopt a specific child503098.9
Missing613
Total5086100.0
257) BK-1: [If respondent is 18 years or older:] (Not counting children who have lived with you or children who live with you now / At this time), are you (currently seeking / seeking) to adopt a(nother) child? (SEEKADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes751.5
5) No500898.5
9) Don't know30.1
Missing613
Total5086100.0
258) BK-2: [If respondent is currently seeking to adopt a(nother) child:] (Have / Not counting things you've done for any children you are currently in the process of adopting, have) you placed a newspaper ad or contacted an adoption agency, a lawyer, a doctor, or other source about adopting a(nother) child? (CONTAGEM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2533.3
5) No5066.7
Missing5624
Total75100.0
259) BK-3: [If respondent is taking specific steps to adopt:] Again, not counting things you've done for any children you have adopted or are currently in the process of adopting, how long have you been seeking to adopt a(nother) child? Has it been... (TRYLONG)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than one year1352.0
2) One to two years520.0
3) Or longer than two years624.0
9) Don't know14.0
Missing5674
Total25100.0
260) BK-4: [If respondent is currently seeking to adopt a(nother) child:] Are you seeking to adopt a child whom you know? (KNOWADPT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1317.3
5) No6080.0
9) Don't know22.7
Missing5624
Total75100.0
261) BK-5: [If respondent is not seeking to adopt a child she knows:] If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a boy or a girl? (CHOSESEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Boy1625.8
2) Girl1321.0
3) Indifferent3251.6
9) Don't know11.6
Missing5637
Total62100.0
262) BK-6a: [If respondent would prefer adopting a boy:] Would you accept a girl? (TYPESEXF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1487.5
5) No212.5
Missing5683
Total16100.0
263) BK-6b: [If respondent would prefer adopting a girl:] Would you accept a boy? (TYPESEXM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes13100.0
Missing5686
Total13100.0
264) BK-7: [If respondent is not seeking to adopt a child she knows:] If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a black child, a white child, or a child of some other race? (CHOSRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black58.1
2) White69.7
3) Some other race69.7
4) Indifferent4572.6
Missing5637
Total62100.0
265) BK-8a: [If respondent would prefer adopting a non-black child:] Would you accept a black child? (TYPRACBK)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes975.0
5) No18.3
9) Don't know216.7
Missing5687
Total12100.0
266) BK-8b: [If respondent would prefer adopting a non-white child:] Would you accept a white child? (TYPRACWH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes981.8
5) No19.1
9) Don't know19.1
Missing5688
Total11100.0
267) BK-8c: [If respondent would prefer adopting a black or white child:] Would you accept a child of some other race, neither black nor white? (TYPRACOT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes11100.0
Missing5688
Total11100.0
268) BK-9: [If respondent is not seeking to adopt a child she knows:] If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a child younger than two years, a child two to five years old, a child six to 12 years old, or a child 13 years old or older? (CHOSEAGE)
 TOTAL%
1) A child younger than two years4267.7
2) A child two to five years old1016.1
4) A child 13 years old or older11.6
5) Indifferent914.5
Missing5637
Total62100.0
269) BK-10a: [If respondent would prefer adopting a child older than two:] Would you accept a child younger than two years? (TYPAGE2M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1090.9
5) No19.1
Missing5688
Total11100.0
270) BK-10b: [If respondent would prefer adopting a child other than ages two to five:] Would you accept a child two to five years old? (TYPAGE5M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3786.0
5) No614.0
Missing5656
Total43100.0
271) BK-10c: [If respondent would prefer adopting a child other than ages six to 12:] Would you accept a child six to 12 years old? (TYPAG12M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2852.8
5) No2139.6
9) Don't know47.5
Missing5646
Total53100.0
272) BK-10d: [If respondent would prefer adopting a child younger than 13:] Would you accept a child 13 years old or older? (TYPAG13M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1936.5
5) No3057.7
9) Don't know35.8
Missing5647
Total52100.0
273) BK-11: [If respondent is not seeking to adopt a child she knows:] If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a child with no disability, a child with a mild disability, or a child with a severe disability? (CHOSDISB)
 TOTAL%
1) A child with no disability2641.9
2) A child with a mild disability812.9
3) A child with a severe disability11.6
4) Indifferent2743.5
Missing5637
Total62100.0
274) BK-12a: [If respondent would prefer to adopt a child with a mild or severe disability:] Would you accept a child with no disability? (TYPDISBN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9100.0
Missing5690
Total9100.0
275) BK-12b: [If respondent would prefer to adopt a child without a disability or with a severe disability:] Would you accept a child with a mild disability? (TYPDISBM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2385.2
5) No311.1
9) Don't know13.7
Missing5672
Total27100.0
276) BK-12c: [If respondent would prefer to adopt a child without a disability or with a mild disability:] Would you accept a child with a severe disability? (TYPDISBS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes823.5
5) No2573.5
9) Don't know12.9
Missing5665
Total34100.0
277) BK-13: [If respondent is not seeking to adopt a child she knows:] If you could choose exactly the child you wanted, would you prefer to adopt a single child or two or more brothers and sisters at once? (CHOSENUM)
 TOTAL%
1) A single child3251.6
2) Two or more brothers and sisters at once1625.8
3) Indifferent1422.6
Missing5637
Total62100.0
278) BK-14a: [If respondent would prefer to adopt two or more siblings at once:] Would you accept a single child? (TYPNUM1M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16100.0
Missing5683
Total16100.0
279) BK-14b: [If respondent would prefer to adopt a single child:] Would you accept two or more brothers and sisters at once? (TYPNUM2M)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1856.3
5) No1340.6
9) Don't know13.1
Missing5667
Total32100.0
280) BL-1: [If respondent is 18 years or older and respondent is not currently seeking to adopt a(nother) child:] Not counting any children you are currently in the process of adopting, have you ever considered adopting a(nother) child? (EVWNTANO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes185737.1
5) No314862.8
9) Don't know60.1
Missing688
Total5011100.0
281) BL-2: [If respondent has ever considered adopting a(nother) child:] Not counting any children you are in the process of adopting, did you ever contact an adoption agency, a lawyer, a doctor, or other source about adopting a(nother) child? (EVCONTAG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1206.5
5) No173793.5
Missing3842
Total1857100.0
282) BL-3: [If respondent taking specific steps to adopt:] Were you turned down for adoption, unable to find a child to adopt, or did you decide not to pursue adoption any further? (TURNDOWN)
 TOTAL%
1) Turned down108.3
2) Unable to find child43.3
3) Decided not to pursue10385.8
8) Refused10.8
9) Don't know21.7
Missing5579
Total120100.0
283) BL-4: [If respondent decided not to pursue adoption any further:] What were your reasons for deciding not to pursue adoption any further? Were they reasons having to do with the adoption process itself, reasons related to your own situation, or both? (YQUITTRY)
 TOTAL%
1) Adoption process only109.7
2) Own situation only6462.1
3) Both2827.2
9) Don't know11.0
Missing5596
Total103100.0
284) BL-5: [If respondent reported any reasons other than 'own situation only' for deciding not to pursue adoption any further:] Tell me which reasons related to adoption made you decide not to pursue adoption. Was it because the fees were too high, there were not enough kids available, or some other reason? [FIRST MENTION] (APROCESS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Fees were too high2153.8
2) There were not enough kids available12.6
3) Some other reason1743.6
Missing5660
Total39100.0
285) BL-5: [If respondent reported more than one reason related to the adoption process for deciding not to pursue adoption any further:] Tell me which reasons related to adoption made you decide not to pursue adoption. Was it because the fees were too high, there were not enough kids available, or some other reason? [SECOND MENTION] (APROCESS2)
 TOTAL%
3) Some other reason5100.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
286) BL-6: [If respondent is 18 years or older:] Now I have one additional question about ways to become a parent. Have you ever heard of frozen embryo donation or frozen embryo adoption as a method of family building? (HRDEMBRYO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes322163.3
5) No186436.6
8) Refused10.0
Missing613
Total5086100.0
287) CA-1: [If respondent has ever been married:] (Including your present marriage, how / How) many times have you been married? (TIMESMAR)
 TOTAL%
1) One time204384.9
2) Two times31713.2
3) Three times371.5
4) Four times90.4
5) Five times10.0
Missing3292
Total2407100.0
288) CA-2b: [If respondent is currently married and she has previously reported her husband's name:] And you told me your current husband is [CURRENT HUSBAND'S NAME REPORTED EARLIER]? (HSBVERIF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes161099.4
5) No100.6
Missing4079
Total1620100.0
289) CB-1m: [If respondent has ever been married:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] married? [MONTH] (WHMARHX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 11205.0
2) 21395.8
3) 31556.5
4) 41767.3
5) 525710.7
6) 627011.2
7) 72349.7
8) 825110.5
9) 92249.3
10) 102048.5
11) 111717.1
12) 121606.7
13) Winter20.1
14) Spring70.3
15) Summer90.4
16) Fall40.2
98) Refused50.2
99) Don't know130.5
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
290) CB-1y: [If respondent has ever been married:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] married? [YEAR] (WHMARHX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24012,040.22540.06
291) [If respondent has ever been married:] Century month for date of first marriage (CMMARRHX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24011,289.98596.15
292) CB-2: [If the month and year of marriage were not reported or if respondent reported only the year but not the specific month of marriage:] How old were you when you got married this [FIRST] time? (AGEMARHX)
 TOTAL%
15) 1512.4
16) 1624.9
17) 1737.3
18) 1824.9
19) 19512.2
20) 20614.6
21) 2124.9
22) 2237.3
23) 2349.8
25) 2524.9
28) 2812.4
29) 2924.9
35) 3512.4
36) 3612.4
98) Refused49.8
99) Don't know24.9
Missing5658
Total41100.0
293) CB-3: [If respondent has ever been married:] How old was [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] when you got married? (HXAGEMAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total240127.909.25
294) CB-4m: [If respondent has ever been married:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [FIRST HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 12068.6
2) 21777.4
3) 32159.0
4) 41797.5
5) 51777.4
6) 61887.8
7) 71787.4
8) 82008.3
9) 92189.1
10) 102038.5
11) 111817.5
12) 122138.9
14) Spring40.2
15) Summer10.0
16) Fall30.1
98) Refused90.4
99) Don't know492.0
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
295) CB-4y: [If respondent has ever been married:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [FIRST HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24012,099.58988.46
296) [If respondent has ever been married:] Century month for first husband's date of birth (CMHSBDOBX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24011,057.861,122.81
297) CB-5: [If respondent has ever been married:] Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes146561.0
5) No93639.0
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
298) CB-6m: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [MONTH] [FIRST HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 11369.3
2) 21107.5
3) 3825.6
4) 4825.6
5) 51188.1
6) 617211.7
7) 71057.2
8) 81339.1
9) 91127.6
10) 101006.8
11) 11825.6
12) 12795.4
13) Winter261.8
14) Spring211.4
15) Summer483.3
16) Fall271.8
99) Don't know322.2
Missing4234
Total1465100.0
299) CB-6y: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [YEAR] [FIRST HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total14652,084.03805.33
300) [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] Century month date when respondent began premarital cohabitation with first husband (CMPMCOHX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total14651,321.80886.19
301) CB-7: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [FIRST HUSBAND] (ENGAGHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married49633.9
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married29219.9
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans67746.2
Missing4234
Total1465100.0
302) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] Multiple races reported for first husband (HSBMULT1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported572.4
2) No, multiple races not reported228295.0
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused622.6
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
303) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] RACE-recode-like variable for first husband (HSBRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Black35714.9
2) White175373.0
3) Other2289.5
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused632.6
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
304) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for first husband (HSBHRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic55623.2
2) Non-Hispanic White132255.1
3) Non-Hispanic Black34414.3
4) Non-Hispanic other1787.4
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused10.0
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
305) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for first husband (HSBNRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic55623.2
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race129854.1
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race33213.8
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race2159.0
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
306) CB-11: [If respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] What is the highest level of education ([NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] / your husband) has completed? (CHEDMARN)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school38516.0
2) High school graduate or GED76231.7
3) Some college but no degree37415.6
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)1958.1
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)40817.0
6) Graduate or professional school26411.0
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know120.5
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
307) CB-12: [If respondent has ever been married:] At the time you and he were married, had [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] been married before? (MARBEFHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes34014.2
5) No205585.6
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know50.2
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
308) CB-13: [If respondent has ever been married:] When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [FIRST HUSBAND] (KIDSHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes40717.0
5) No198982.8
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.2
Missing3298
Total2401100.0
309) CB-14: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [FIRST HUSBAND] (NUMKDSHX)
 TOTAL%
1) One child20550.4
2) Two children11027.0
3) 34511.1
4) 4286.9
5) 561.5
6) 641.0
7) 710.2
8) 851.2
9) 910.2
13) 1310.2
99) Don't know10.2
Missing5292
Total407100.0
310) CB-15: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND]? (KIDLIVHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes14936.6
5) No25863.4
Missing5292
Total407100.0
311) CB-16a: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had one child from a previous relationship:] Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? [FIRST HUSBAND] (CHKID18A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5051.5
5) No4748.5
Missing5602
Total97100.0
312) CB-16b: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had more than one child from a previous relationship or respondent refused to report or doesn't know how many children this husband has had from previous relationships:] How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FOR NUMKDSHX] children are aged 18 years or younger now? [FIRST HUSBAND] (CHKID18B)
 TOTAL%
0) None4646.0
1) 11515.0
2) 22424.0
3) 31212.0
4) 411.0
6) 611.0
99) Don't know11.0
Missing5599
Total100100.0
313) CB-17: [If respondent reported that current husband has one or more children from a previous relationship that is aged 18 or under:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FIRST MENTION] (WHRCHKDS1)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household2625.2
2) With their mother6563.1
3) With grandparents or other relatives87.8
4) Somewhere else43.9
Missing5596
Total103100.0
314) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than one place:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [SECOND MENTION] (WHRCHKDS2)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household213.3
2) With their mother746.7
3) With grandparents or other relatives213.3
4) Somewhere else426.7
Missing5684
Total15100.0
315) CB-18: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) from a previous relationship live in any place other than 'in this household':] Does [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND] regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child / these children) aged 18 or under? (SUPPORCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes7180.7
5) No1415.9
9) Don't know33.4
Missing5611
Total88100.0
316) CB-18b: [If respondent has had any live births and is not currently married for the first time with her first pregnancy ending within her current marriage:] You may have already told me this, but (do / did) you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOHUSBX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes101881.2
5) No23618.8
Missing4445
Total1254100.0
317) CB-18c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with this current or separated husband:] How many biological children (have / did) you and he (had / have) together? [FIRST HUSBAND] (BIONUMHX)
 TOTAL%
1) One child41240.5
2) Two children38237.5
3) 316316.0
4) 4424.1
5) 5151.5
6) 620.2
7) 720.2
Missing4681
Total1018100.0
318) CB-19: [If respondent is not married to or separated from this husband:] How did your [FIRST] marriage end? (MARENDHX)
 TOTAL%
1) Death of husband263.3
2) Divorce73593.8
3) Annulment182.3
9) Don't know50.6
Missing4915
Total784100.0
319) CB-20m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] die? [MONTH] (WNDIEHX_M)
 TOTAL%
2) 213.8
3) 3415.4
4) 427.7
6) 6311.5
7) 713.8
8) 8726.9
10) 1013.8
11) 11311.5
12) 12311.5
98) Refused13.8
Missing5673
Total26100.0
320) CB-20y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] die? [YEAR] (WNDIEHX_Y)
 TOTAL%
1989) 198913.8
1990) 199013.8
1999) 199927.7
2004) 200413.8
2005) 200527.7
2007) 200727.7
2008) 200827.7
2009) 2009519.2
2010) 201027.7
2011) 2011311.5
2012) 2012415.4
9998) Refused13.8
Missing5673
Total26100.0
321) [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] Date (century month) when first husband died (CMHSBDIEX)
 TOTAL%
1076) 107613.8
1088) 108813.8
1190) 119013.8
1196) 119613.8
1258) 125813.8
1264) 126413.8
1268) 126813.8
1287) 128713.8
1295) 129513.8
1299) 129913.8
1303) 130313.8
1314) 131427.7
1316) 131613.8
1319) 131913.8
1320) 132013.8
1328) 132827.7
1335) 133513.8
1338) 133813.8
1344) 134413.8
1347) 134713.8
1348) 134813.8
1355) 135513.8
1356) 135613.8
9998) Refused13.8
Missing5673
Total26100.0
322) CB-21m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [MONTH] [FIRST HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1506.6
2) 2577.6
3) 3537.0
4) 4638.4
5) 5597.8
6) 6668.8
7) 7537.0
8) 8577.6
9) 9506.6
10) 10506.6
11) 11506.6
12) 12628.2
13) Winter40.5
14) Spring91.2
15) Summer222.9
16) Fall50.7
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know425.6
Missing4946
Total753100.0
323) CB-21y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [YEAR] [FIRST HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7532,229.121,316.90
324) [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] Date (century month) of divorce or annulment from first husband (CMDIVORCX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7531,524.151,438.05
325) CB-22m: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [MONTH] (WNSTPHX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 110811.7
2) 2505.4
3) 3616.6
4) 4768.2
5) 5859.2
6) 6768.2
7) 7555.9
8) 8636.8
9) 9626.7
10) 10667.1
11) 11677.2
12) 12646.9
13) Winter131.4
14) Spring60.6
15) Summer232.5
16) Fall60.6
98) Refused40.4
99) Don't know424.5
Missing4772
Total927100.0
326) CB-22y: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [YEAR] (WNSTPHX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9272,255.951,392.20
327) [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] Date (century month) respondent stopped living with first husband (CMSTPHSBX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total9271,549.801,520.83
328) CB-1m: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] married? [MONTH] (WHMARHX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1164.4
2) 2298.0
3) 3267.1
4) 4298.0
5) 5359.6
6) 63810.4
7) 7359.6
8) 8318.5
9) 9318.5
10) 103710.2
11) 11184.9
12) 12349.3
14) Spring10.3
99) Don't know41.1
Missing5335
Total364100.0
329) CB-1y: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] married? [YEAR] (WHMARHX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3642,028.74418.94
330) [If respondent has been married at least twice:] Century month for date of second marriage (CMMARRHX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3641,312.06461.26
331) CB-2: [If the month and year of marriage were not reported or if respondent reported only the year but not the specific month of marriage:] How old were you when you married this [FIRST] time? (AGEMARHX2)
 TOTAL%
20) 20116.7
25) 25116.7
32) 32233.3
39) 39116.7
99) Don't know116.7
Missing5693
Total6100.0
332) CB-3: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] How old was [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] when you got married? (HXAGEMAR2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total36433.8411.03
333) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [SECOND HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1328.8
2) 2226.0
3) 3226.0
4) 4339.1
5) 5256.9
6) 6318.5
7) 7318.5
8) 8287.7
9) 9267.1
10) 10349.3
11) 11308.2
12) 12318.5
14) Spring10.3
99) Don't know184.9
Missing5335
Total364100.0
334) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [SECOND HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3642,171.861,248.01
335) [If respondent has been married at least twice:] Century month for second husband's date of birth (CMHSBDOBX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total3641,113.011,420.13
336) CB-5: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes26673.1
5) No9826.9
Missing5335
Total364100.0
337) CB-6m: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [MONTH] [SECOND HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1249.0
2) 2207.5
3) 3155.6
4) 4166.0
5) 5238.6
6) 6207.5
7) 7228.3
8) 82810.5
9) 9217.9
10) 10228.3
11) 11186.8
12) 12166.0
13) Winter20.8
14) Spring31.1
15) Summer72.6
16) Fall10.4
99) Don't know83.0
Missing5433
Total266100.0
338) CB-6y: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [YEAR] [SECOND HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2662,185.271,189.24
339) [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] Century month date when respondent began premarital cohabitation with second husband (CMPMCOHX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2661,462.861,300.75
340) CB-7: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [SECOND HUSBAND] (ENGAGHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married7929.7
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married5922.2
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans12747.7
8) Refused10.4
Missing5433
Total266100.0
341) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] Multiple races reported for second husband (HSBMULT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported62.4
2) No, multiple races not reported24294.9
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused72.7
Missing5444
Total255100.0
342) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] RACE-recode-like variable for second husband (HSBRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Black4015.7
2) White19476.1
3) Other145.5
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused72.7
Missing5444
Total255100.0
343) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for second husband (HSBHRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic4718.4
2) Non-Hispanic White15862.0
3) Non-Hispanic Black3915.3
4) Non-Hispanic other103.9
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused10.4
Missing5444
Total255100.0
344) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for second husband (HSBNRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic4718.4
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race15661.2
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race3614.1
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race155.9
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused10.4
Missing5444
Total255100.0
345) CB-11: [If respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] What is the highest level of education ([NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] / your husband) has completed? (CHEDMARN2)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school3614.1
2) High school graduate or GED8533.3
3) Some college but no degree5521.6
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)218.2
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)3714.5
6) Graduate or professional school207.8
9) Don't know10.4
Missing5444
Total255100.0
346) CB-12: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] At the time you and he were married, had [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] been married before? (MARBEFHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17347.5
5) No19152.5
Missing5335
Total364100.0
347) CB-13: [If respondent has been married at least twice:] When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [SECOND HUSBAND] (KIDSHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16846.2
5) No19653.8
Missing5335
Total364100.0
348) CB-14: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [SECOND HUSBAND] (NUMKDSHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) One child7745.8
2) Two children5029.8
3) 32615.5
4) 484.8
5) 542.4
6) 621.2
7) 710.6
Missing5531
Total168100.0
349) CB-15: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND]? (KIDLIVHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6941.1
5) No9958.9
Missing5531
Total168100.0
350) CB-16a: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had one child from a previous relationship:] Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? [SECOND HUSBAND] (CHKID18A2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2761.4
5) No1738.6
Missing5655
Total44100.0
351) CB-16b: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had more than one child from a previous relationship or respondent refused to report or doesn't know how many children this husband has had from previous relationships:] How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FOR NUMKDSHX] children are aged 18 years or younger now? [SECOND HUSBAND] (CHKID18B2)
 TOTAL%
0) None1933.9
1) 11119.6
2) 22035.7
3) 347.1
6) 611.8
7) 711.8
Missing5643
Total56100.0
352) CB-17: [If respondent reported that current husband has one or more children from a previous relationship that is aged 18 or under:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FIRST MENTION] (WHRCHKDS5)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household2132.8
2) With their mother3859.4
3) With grandparents or other relatives46.3
4) Somewhere else11.6
Missing5635
Total64100.0
353) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than one place:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [SECOND MENTION] (WHRCHKDS6)
 TOTAL%
2) With their mother763.6
3) With grandparents or other relatives436.4
Missing5688
Total11100.0
354) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than two places:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [THIRD MENTION] (WHRCHKDS7)
 TOTAL%
4) Somewhere else1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
355) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than three places:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FOURTH MENTION] (WHRCHKDS8)
 TOTAL%
3) With grandparents or other relatives1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
356) CB-18: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) from a previous relationship live in any place other than 'in this household':] Does [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND] regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child / these children) aged 18 or under? (SUPPORCH2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4486.3
5) No59.8
6) If volunteered: Joint physical custody23.9
Missing5648
Total51100.0
357) CB-18b: [If respondent has had any live births and is not currently married for the first time with her first pregnancy ending within her current marriage:] You may have already told me this, but (do / did) you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOHUSBX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes19560.6
5) No12739.4
Missing5377
Total322100.0
358) CB-18c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with this current or separated husband:] How many biological children (have / did) you and he (had / have) together? [SECOND HUSBAND] (BIONUMHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) One child10453.3
2) Two children6935.4
3) 3189.2
4) 431.5
11) 1110.5
Missing5504
Total195100.0
359) CB-19: [If respondent is not married to or separated from this husband:] How did your [SECOND] marriage end? (MARENDHX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Death of husband11.0
2) Divorce10196.2
9) Don't know32.9
Missing5594
Total105100.0
360) CB-20m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] die? [MONTH] (WNDIEHX_M2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total16.000.00
361) CB-20y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] die? [YEAR] (WNDIEHX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,009.000.00
362) [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] Date (century month) when second husband died (CMHSBDIEX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,314.000.00
363) CB-21m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [MONTH] [SECOND HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 176.9
2) 298.9
3) 398.9
4) 465.9
5) 598.9
6) 6109.9
7) 765.9
8) 8109.9
9) 955.0
10) 1065.9
11) 1176.9
12) 1255.0
13) Winter11.0
14) Spring11.0
15) Summer11.0
16) Fall11.0
99) Don't know87.9
Missing5598
Total101100.0
364) CB-21y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [YEAR] [SECOND HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_Y2)
 TOTAL%
1993) 199322.0
1996) 199622.0
1997) 199722.0
2000) 200065.9
2001) 200155.0
2002) 200222.0
2003) 200344.0
2004) 200433.0
2005) 200565.9
2006) 200676.9
2007) 200733.0
2008) 200833.0
2009) 200976.9
2010) 201065.9
2011) 201187.9
2012) 201287.9
2013) 201376.9
2014) 201498.9
2015) 201544.0
9998) Refused11.0
9999) Don't know65.9
Missing5598
Total101100.0
365) [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] Date (century month) of divorce or annulment from second husband (CMDIVORCX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1011,899.342,222.20
366) CB-22m: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [MONTH] (WNSTPHX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1128.6
2) 2107.2
3) 396.5
4) 485.8
5) 51410.1
6) 6139.4
7) 7107.2
8) 8107.2
9) 975.0
10) 101410.1
11) 11107.2
12) 1275.0
15) Summer32.2
16) Fall21.4
99) Don't know107.2
Missing5560
Total139100.0
367) CB-22y: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [YEAR] (WNSTPHX_Y2)
 TOTAL%
1993) 199321.4
1996) 199632.2
1997) 199710.7
1999) 199910.7
2000) 200085.8
2001) 200142.9
2002) 200210.7
2003) 200342.9
2004) 2004107.2
2005) 200553.6
2006) 200664.3
2007) 200753.6
2008) 2008128.6
2009) 2009107.2
2010) 201096.5
2011) 2011117.9
2012) 2012139.4
2013) 2013117.9
2014) 20141410.1
2015) 201532.2
9999) Don't know64.3
Missing5560
Total139100.0
368) [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] Date (century month) respondent stopped living with second husband (CMSTPHSBX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1391,677.561,774.86
369) CB-1m: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] married? [MONTH] (WHMARHX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 124.3
2) 212.1
3) 324.3
4) 4612.8
5) 536.4
6) 6510.6
7) 748.5
8) 812.1
9) 9612.8
10) 1024.3
11) 1136.4
12) 12919.1
14) Spring12.1
15) Summer12.1
16) Fall12.1
Missing5652
Total47100.0
370) CB-1y: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] married? [YEAR] (WHMARHX_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total472,008.004.12
371) [If respondent has been married at least three times:] Century month for date of third marriage (CMMARRHX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total471,303.4748.67
372) CB-2: [If the month and year of marriage were not reported or if respondent reported only the year but not the specific month of marriage:] How old were you when you married this [FIRST] time? (AGEMARHX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total334.334.93
373) CB-3: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] How old was [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] when you got married? (HXAGEMAR3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4740.2115.03
374) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [THIRD HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 1510.6
2) 224.3
3) 336.4
4) 424.3
5) 5612.8
6) 648.5
7) 7714.9
8) 836.4
9) 9714.9
10) 1036.4
12) 1236.4
14) Spring12.1
99) Don't know12.1
Missing5652
Total47100.0
375) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [THIRD HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total471,970.348.52
376) [If respondent has been married at least three times:] Century month for third husband's date of birth (CMHSBDOBX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total47850.30102.65
377) CB-5: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3268.1
5) No1531.9
Missing5652
Total47100.0
378) CB-6m: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [MONTH] [THIRD HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 126.3
2) 226.3
3) 326.3
4) 413.1
5) 513.1
6) 626.3
7) 713.1
8) 8618.8
9) 926.3
10) 1039.4
11) 1139.4
13) Winter13.1
99) Don't know618.8
Missing5667
Total32100.0
379) CB-6y: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [YEAR] [THIRD HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
1994) 199413.1
1998) 199813.1
1999) 199913.1
2001) 200113.1
2003) 200313.1
2004) 200413.1
2005) 200539.4
2006) 200639.4
2007) 200713.1
2008) 200839.4
2009) 2009412.5
2010) 201039.4
2011) 201139.4
2012) 201226.3
2013) 201313.1
9999) Don't know39.4
Missing5667
Total32100.0
380) [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] Century month date when respondent began premarital cohabitation with third husband (CMPMCOHX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total322,105.412,579.99
381) CB-7: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [THIRD HUSBAND] (ENGAGHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married928.1
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married618.8
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans1753.1
Missing5667
Total32100.0
382) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] Multiple races reported for third husband (HSBMULT3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported14.3
2) No, multiple races not reported2295.7
Missing5676
Total23100.0
383) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] RACE-recode-like variable for third husband (HSBRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Black313.0
2) White1878.3
3) Other28.7
Missing5676
Total23100.0
384) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for third husband (HSBHRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic313.0
2) Non-Hispanic White1669.6
3) Non-Hispanic Black313.0
4) Non-Hispanic other14.3
Missing5676
Total23100.0
385) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for third husband (HSBNRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic313.0
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race1669.6
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race313.0
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race14.3
Missing5676
Total23100.0
386) CB-11: [If respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] What is the highest level of education ([NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] / your husband) has completed? (CHEDMARN3)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school28.7
2) High school graduate or GED1043.5
3) Some college but no degree521.7
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)417.4
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)28.7
Missing5676
Total23100.0
387) CB-12: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] At the time you and he were married, had [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] been married before? (MARBEFHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3574.5
5) No1225.5
Missing5652
Total47100.0
388) CB-13: [If respondent has been married at least three times:] When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [THIRD HUSBAND] (KIDSHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3574.5
5) No1225.5
Missing5652
Total47100.0
389) CB-14: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [THIRD HUSBAND] (NUMKDSHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) One child1440.0
2) Two children1131.4
3) 3411.4
4) 425.7
5) 538.6
6) 612.9
Missing5664
Total35100.0
390) CB-15: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND]? (KIDLIVHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1542.9
5) No2057.1
Missing5664
Total35100.0
391) CB-16a: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had one child from a previous relationship:] Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? [THIRD HUSBAND] (CHKID18A3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes240.0
5) No360.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
392) CB-16b: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had more than one child from a previous relationship or respondent refused to report or doesn't know how many children this husband has had from previous relationships:] How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FOR NUMKDSHX] children are aged 18 years or younger now? [THIRD HUSBAND] (CHKID18B3)
 TOTAL%
0) None225.0
1) 1225.0
2) 2450.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
393) CB-17: [If respondent reported that current husband has one or more children from a previous relationship that is aged 18 or under:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FIRST MENTION] (WHRCHKDS9)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household337.5
2) With their mother450.0
3) With grandparents or other relatives112.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
394) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than one place:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [SECOND MENTION] (WHRCHKDS10)
 TOTAL%
2) With their mother1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
395) CB-18: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) from a previous relationship live in any place other than 'in this household':] Does [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND] regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child / these children) aged 18 or under? (SUPPORCH3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes466.7
5) No233.3
Missing5693
Total6100.0
396) CB-18b: [If respondent has had any live births and is not currently married for the first time with her first pregnancy ending within her current marriage:] You may have already told me this, but (do / did) you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOHUSBX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1329.5
5) No3170.5
Missing5655
Total44100.0
397) CB-18c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with this current or separated husband:] How many biological children (have / did) you and he (had / have) together? [THIRD HUSBAND] (BIONUMHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) One child753.8
2) Two children538.5
3) 317.7
Missing5686
Total13100.0
398) CB-19: [If respondent is not married to or separated from this husband:] How did your [THIRD] marriage end? (MARENDHX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Death of husband14.3
2) Divorce2191.3
3) Annulment14.3
Missing5676
Total23100.0
399) CB-20m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] die? [MONTH] (WNDIEHX_M3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total112.000.00
400) CB-20y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] In what month and year did [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] die? [YEAR] (WNDIEHX_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,011.000.00
401) [If respondent reported this marriage ended by death of husband:] Date (century month) when third husband died (CMHSBDIEX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,344.000.00
402) CB-21m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [MONTH] [THIRD HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 129.1
2) 214.5
3) 329.1
4) 429.1
5) 514.5
8) 8313.6
9) 914.5
10) 1029.1
11) 11313.6
12) 1214.5
13) Winter14.5
14) Spring14.5
15) Summer14.5
99) Don't know14.5
Missing5677
Total22100.0
403) CB-21y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [YEAR] [THIRD HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
2003) 2003313.6
2004) 200414.5
2007) 2007313.6
2008) 2008418.2
2010) 201029.1
2011) 2011313.6
2012) 201229.1
2013) 201314.5
2014) 201429.1
9999) Don't know14.5
Missing5677
Total22100.0
404) [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] Date (century month) of divorce or annulment from third husband (CMDIVORCX3)
 TOTAL%
1237) 123729.1
1243) 124314.5
1252) 125214.5
1287) 128714.5
1295) 129514.5
1296) 129614.5
1297) 129714.5
1300) 130014.5
1306) 130614.5
1307) 130714.5
1328) 132814.5
1331) 133114.5
1336) 133614.5
1337) 133714.5
1340) 134014.5
1346) 134614.5
1352) 135214.5
1365) 136514.5
1371) 137114.5
1378) 137814.5
9999) Don't know14.5
Missing5677
Total22100.0
405) CB-22m: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [MONTH] (WNSTPHX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 1623.1
2) 227.7
4) 413.8
5) 527.7
6) 627.7
7) 713.8
8) 813.8
9) 913.8
10) 10311.5
11) 11415.4
99) Don't know311.5
Missing5673
Total26100.0
406) CB-22y: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [YEAR] (WNSTPHX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
2001) 200113.8
2002) 200213.8
2004) 200427.7
2006) 200613.8
2007) 200727.7
2008) 2008415.4
2010) 201027.7
2011) 2011519.2
2012) 2012311.5
2013) 201313.8
2014) 201427.7
9999) Don't know27.7
Missing5673
Total26100.0
407) [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] Date (century month) respondent stopped living with third husband (CMSTPHSBX3)
 TOTAL%
1223) 122313.8
1235) 123513.8
1249) 124913.8
1254) 125413.8
1282) 128213.8
1290) 129013.8
1295) 129513.8
1298) 129827.7
1302) 130213.8
1304) 130413.8
1321) 132113.8
1331) 133113.8
1333) 133327.7
1337) 133727.7
1339) 133913.8
1345) 134513.8
1353) 135313.8
1354) 135413.8
1357) 135713.8
1372) 137213.8
1378) 137813.8
9999) Don't know27.7
Missing5673
Total26100.0
408) CB-1m: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] married? [MONTH] (WHMARHX_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total107.203.97
409) CB-1y: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] married? [YEAR] (WHMARHX_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total102,011.302.31
410) [If respondent has been married at least four times:] Century month for date of fourth marriage (CMMARRHX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total101,342.8028.37
411) CB-3: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] How old was [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] when you got married? (HXAGEMAR4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1037.2010.43
412) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total107.104.07
413) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total101,972.509.16
414) [If respondent has been married at least four times:] Century month for fourth husband's date of birth (CMHSBDOBX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total10877.10110.51
415) CB-5: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes880.0
5) No220.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
416) CB-6m: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [MONTH] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_M4)
 TOTAL%
3) 3112.5
8) 8112.5
9) 9337.5
10) 10112.5
99) Don't know225.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
417) CB-6y: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [YEAR] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_Y4)
 TOTAL%
2008) 2008112.5
2010) 2010225.0
2011) 2011112.5
2012) 2012112.5
2014) 2014112.5
9999) Don't know225.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
418) [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] Century month date when respondent began premarital cohabitation with fourth husband (CMPMCOHX4)
 TOTAL%
1306) 1306112.5
1328) 1328112.5
1329) 1329112.5
1341) 1341112.5
1347) 1347112.5
1377) 1377112.5
9999) Don't know225.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
419) CB-7: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (ENGAGHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married225.0
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married112.5
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans562.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
420) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] Multiple races reported for fourth husband (HSBMULT4)
 TOTAL%
2) No, multiple races not reported7100.0
Missing5692
Total7100.0
421) [If respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] RACE-recode-like variable for fourth husband (HSBRACE4)
 TOTAL%
1) Black114.3
2) White685.7
Missing5692
Total7100.0
422) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for fourth husband (HSBHRACE4)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic228.6
2) Non-Hispanic White457.1
3) Non-Hispanic Black114.3
Missing5692
Total7100.0
423) [If this is respondent's first husband or respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for fourth husband (HSBNRACE4)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic228.6
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race457.1
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race114.3
Missing5692
Total7100.0
424) CB-11: [If respondent is currently married to or separated from this husband:] What is the highest level of education ([NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] / your husband) has completed? (CHEDMARN4)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school228.6
2) High school graduate or GED228.6
3) Some college but no degree114.3
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)114.3
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)114.3
Missing5692
Total7100.0
425) CB-12: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] At the time you and he were married, had [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] been married before? (MARBEFHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes660.0
5) No440.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
426) CB-13: [If respondent has been married at least four times:] When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (KIDSHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes770.0
5) No330.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
427) CB-14: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (NUMKDSHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) One child342.9
2) Two children114.3
3) 3114.3
4) 4228.6
Missing5692
Total7100.0
428) CB-15: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND]? (KIDLIVHX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes228.6
5) No571.4
Missing5692
Total7100.0
429) CB-16a: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had one child from a previous relationship:] Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (CHKID18A4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes150.0
5) No150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
430) CB-16b: [If respondent is currently married to this husband and he had more than one child from a previous relationship or respondent refused to report or doesn't know how many children this husband has had from previous relationships:] How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FOR NUMKDSHX] children are aged 18 years or younger now? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (CHKID18B4)
 TOTAL%
0) None125.0
1) 1125.0
3) 3125.0
4) 4125.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
431) CB-17: [If respondent reported that current husband has one or more children from a previous relationship that is aged 18 or under:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FIRST MENTION] (WHRCHKDS13)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household125.0
2) With their mother375.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
432) CB-17: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) under 18 from a previous relationship live in more than one place:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / these [NUMBER FROM CHKID18B] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [SECOND MENTION] (WHRCHKDS14)
 TOTAL%
3) With grandparents or other relatives1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
433) CB-18: [If respondent reported that her current husband's child(ren) from a previous relationship live in any place other than 'in this household':] Does [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND IF HE IS CURRENT HUSBAND] regularly contribute to the financial support of (this child / these children) aged 18 or under? (SUPPORCH4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes266.7
5) No133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
434) CB-18b: [If respondent has had any live births and is not currently married for the first time with her first pregnancy ending within her current marriage:] You may have already told me this, but (do / did) you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOHUSBX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes111.1
5) No888.9
Missing5690
Total9100.0
435) CB-18c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with this current or separated husband:] How many biological children (have / did) you and he (had / have) together? [FOURTH HUSBAND] (BIONUMHX4)
 TOTAL%
2) Two children1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
436) CB-19: [If respondent is not married to or separated from this husband:] How did your [FOURTH] marriage end? (MARENDHX4)
 TOTAL%
2) Divorce3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
437) CB-21m: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [MONTH] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total34.676.35
438) CB-21y: [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] In what month and year did your (divorce become final / annulment take place)? [YEAR] [FOURTH HUSBAND] (DIVDATHX_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total32,010.332.52
439) [If respondent reported this marriage ended in divorce or annulment:] Date (century month) of divorce or annulment from fourth husband (CMDIVORCX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,328.6730.14
440) CB-22m: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [MONTH] (WNSTPHX_M4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total36.675.13
441) CB-22y: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [YEAR] (WNSTPHX_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total32,010.002.00
442) [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] Date (century month) respondent stopped living with fourth husband (CMSTPHSBX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,326.6727.76
443) CB-1m: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] married? [MONTH] (WHMARHX_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total13.000.00
444) CB-1y: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] In what month and year were you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] married? [YEAR] (WHMARHX_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,013.000.00
445) [If respondent has been married at least five times:] Century month for date of fifth marriage (CMMARRHX5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,359.000.00
446) CB-3: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] How old was [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] when you got married? (HXAGEMAR5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total152.000.00
447) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [FIFTH HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11.000.00
448) CB-4: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [FIFTH HUSBAND] (DOBHUSBX_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,961.000.00
449) [If respondent has been married at least five times:] Century month for fifth husband's date of birth (CMHSBDOBX5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1733.000.00
450) CB-5: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] Some couples live together without being married. By living together, we mean having a sexual relationship while sharing the same usual address. Did you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] live together before you got married? (LVTOGHX5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
451) CB-6m: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [MONTH] [FIFTH HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11.000.00
452) CB-6y: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] In what month and year did you and he first start living together? [YEAR] [FIFTH HUSBAND] (STRTOGHX_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,006.000.00
453) [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] Century month date when respondent began premarital cohabitation with fifth husband (CMPMCOHX5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,273.000.00
454) CB-7: [If respondent reported cohabiting with this partner before marriage:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [FIFTH HUSBAND] (ENGAGHX5)
 TOTAL%
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
455) CB-12: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] At the time you and he were married, had [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] been married before? (MARBEFHX5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
456) CB-13: [If respondent has been married at least five times:] When you and he got married, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [FIFTH HUSBAND] (KIDSHX5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
457) CB-14: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [FIFTH HUSBAND] (NUMKDSHX5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total112.000.00
458) CB-15: [If respondent reported this husband had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND]? (KIDLIVHX5)
 TOTAL%
5) No1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
459) CB-18b: [If respondent has had any live births and is not currently married for the first time with her first pregnancy ending within her current marriage:] You may have already told me this, but (do / did) you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOHUSBX5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
460) CB-18c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with this current or separated husband:] How many biological children (have / did) you and he (had / have) together? [FIFTH HUSBAND] (BIONUMHX5)
 TOTAL%
2) Two children1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
461) CB-19: [If respondent is not married to or separated from this husband:] How did your [FIFTH] marriage end? (MARENDHX5)
 TOTAL%
9) Don't know1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
462) CB-22m: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [MONTH] (WNSTPHX_M5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11.000.00
463) CB-22y: [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIFTH HUSBAND] stop living together (for the last time)? [YEAR] (WNSTPHX_Y5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12,014.000.00
464) [If respondent is separated from this husband, or if respondent did not report how many times she was married and she is not currently married, or respondent reported the marriage ended in divorce or annulment, or if respondent did not report how marriage ended:] Date (century month) respondent stopped living with fifth husband (CMSTPHSBX5)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total11,369.000.00
465) [If respondent is currently married:] Date (century month) of marriage to current husband (CMMARRCH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24011,301.04538.60
466) [If respondent is currently married:] Date of birth (century month) of current husband (CMDOBCH)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total24011,043.691,061.71
467) [If respondent has ever married:] Number of former husbands (PREVHUSB)
 TOTAL%
0) None474683.3
1) One former husband81314.3
2) 21132.0
3) 3240.4
4) 420.0
5) 510.0
Total5699100.0
468) CC-2m: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [MONTH] (WNSTRTCP_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1607.4
2) 2617.5
3) 3678.3
4) 4627.7
5) 5708.6
6) 6728.9
7) 7536.5
8) 8718.8
9) 9658.0
10) 10658.0
11) 11647.9
12) 12496.0
13) Winter101.2
14) Spring91.1
15) Summer172.1
16) Fall70.9
98) Refused20.2
99) Don't know60.7
Missing4889
Total810100.0
469) CC-2y: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [YEAR] (WNSTRTCP_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8102,078.99739.91
470) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] Date (century month) when respondent began cohabiting with current partner (CMSTRTCP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8101,400.76805.07
471) CC-3: [If respondent did not report a specific month and year when this cohabitation began:] How old were you when you began living with [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER]? (CPHERAGE)
 TOTAL%
15) 1512.0
16) 1612.0
17) 1712.0
18) 1847.8
19) 1935.9
20) 20713.7
21) 2135.9
22) 2223.9
23) 2359.8
24) 2435.9
25) 2523.9
26) 2612.0
27) 2712.0
29) 2935.9
30) 3035.9
31) 3112.0
32) 3212.0
33) 3323.9
35) 3512.0
36) 3612.0
98) Refused23.9
99) Don't know35.9
Missing5648
Total51100.0
472) CC-4: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] How old was [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] when you began living together? (CPHISAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total81029.2010.58
473) CC-5m: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] In what month and year was [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] born? [MONTH] (WNCPBRN_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1678.3
2) 2678.3
3) 3799.8
4) 4587.2
5) 5688.4
6) 6678.3
7) 7749.1
8) 8809.9
9) 9668.1
10) 10556.8
11) 11597.3
12) 12617.5
14) Spring20.2
99) Don't know70.9
Missing4889
Total810100.0
474) CC-5y: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] In what month and year was [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] born? [YEAR] (WNCPBRN_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8102,040.34688.01
475) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] Date of birth (century month) of current cohabiting partner (CMDOBCP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8101,044.49782.15
476) CC-6: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] (CPENGAG1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married739.0
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married17221.2
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans56369.5
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing4889
Total810100.0
477) CC-7: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] Do you think that you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] will marry each other? (WILLMARR)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes39949.3
2) Probably yes27333.7
3) Probably no769.4
4) Definitely no465.7
9) Don't know162.0
Missing4889
Total810100.0
478) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] Multiple races reported for current cohabiting partner (CURCOHMULT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported263.2
2) No, multiple races not reported75893.6
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused263.2
Missing4889
Total810100.0
479) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] RACE-recode-like variable for current cohabiting partner (CURCOHRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black18522.8
2) White53966.5
3) Other597.3
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused273.3
Missing4889
Total810100.0
480) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for current cohabiting partner (CURCOHHRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic22527.8
2) Non-Hispanic White37746.5
3) Non-Hispanic Black17521.6
4) Non-Hispanic other313.8
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused20.2
Missing4889
Total810100.0
481) [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for current cohabiting partner (CURCOHNRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic22527.8
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race36745.3
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race16820.7
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race485.9
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused20.2
Missing4889
Total810100.0
482) CC-11: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] What is the highest level of education [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] has completed? (CPEDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school17521.6
2) High school graduate or GED30537.7
3) Some college but no degree13316.4
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)698.5
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)9712.0
6) Graduate or professional school192.3
9) Don't know121.5
Missing4889
Total810100.0
483) CC-12: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] Has [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] ever been married? (CPMARBEF)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes21826.9
5) No59072.8
9) Don't know20.2
Missing4889
Total810100.0
484) CC-13: [If respondent reported a current cohabiting partner, regardless of her formal marital status:] When you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] first began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? (CPKIDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes29536.4
5) No51363.3
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing4889
Total810100.0
485) CC-14: [If respondent reported that her current cohabiting partner had any children from a previous relationship:] How many children did he have? [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] (CPNUMKDS)
 TOTAL%
1) One child12943.7
2) Two children9130.8
3) 34214.2
4) 4165.4
5) 551.7
6) 651.7
7) 731.0
10) 1010.3
11) 1110.3
13) 1310.3
17) 1710.3
Missing5404
Total295100.0
486) CC-15: [If respondent reported that her current cohabiting partner had any children from a previous relationship:] Did (this child / any of his children from previous relationships) ever live with you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER]? (CPKIDLIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes9532.2
5) No20067.8
Missing5404
Total295100.0
487) CC-16a: [If respondent reported that her current cohabiting partner had one child from a previous relationship:] Is this child aged 18 years or younger now? [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] (CPKID18A)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes10178.3
5) No2720.9
9) Don't know10.8
Missing5570
Total129100.0
488) CC-16b: [If respondent reported that her current cohabiting partner had more than one child from a previous relationship or respondent refused to report or did not know how many children current cohabiting partner had from previous relationships:] How many, if any, of these [NUMBER FROM CPNUMKDS] children are aged 18 years or younger now? [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] (CPKID18B)
 TOTAL%
0) None4728.3
1) 12816.9
2) 26338.0
3) 3159.0
4) 495.4
6) 610.6
7) 710.6
9) 910.6
99) Don't know10.6
Missing5533
Total166100.0
489) CC-17: [If respondent reported that her current cohabiting partner had child(ren) from a previous relationship who was 18 years or less:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / do these [NUMBER FROM CPKID18A] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [FIRST MENTION] (WHRCPKDS1)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household5424.7
2) With their mother14164.4
3) With grandparents or other relatives167.3
4) Somewhere else83.7
Missing5480
Total219100.0
490) CC-17: [If respondent reported that current cohabiting partner's child(ren) from a previous relationship lived in more than one place:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / do these [NUMBER FROM CPKID18A] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [SECOND MENTION] (WHRCPKDS2)
 TOTAL%
1) In this household512.5
2) With their mother2665.0
3) With grandparents or other relatives820.0
4) Somewhere else12.5
Missing5659
Total40100.0
491) CC-17: [If respondent reported that current cohabiting partner's child(ren) from a previous relationship lived in more than two places:] Where (does this child / does this child aged 18 or younger / do these [NUMBER FROM CPKID18A] children aged 18 or younger) live now? In this household with you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER], with (his or her / their) mother, with grandparents or other relatives, or somewhere else? [THIRD MENTION] (WHRCPKDS3)
 TOTAL%
3) With grandparents or other relatives150.0
4) Somewhere else150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
492) CC-18: [If respondent reported current cohabiting partner's child(ren) who are 18 years or less live any place other than 'in this household':] Does [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] regularly contribute to the support of (this child / these children)? (SUPPORCP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16385.3
5) No2714.1
9) Don't know10.5
Missing5508
Total191100.0
493) CC-19: [If respondent has had any live births:] You may have already told me this, but do you and [NAME OF CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father? (BIOCP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes34964.9
5) No18834.9
9) Don't know10.2
Missing5161
Total538100.0
494) CC-20: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with current cohabiting partner:] How many biological children have you and he had together? [CURRENT COHABITING PARTNER] (BIONUMCP)
 TOTAL%
1) One child20157.6
2) Two children9025.8
3) 34212.0
4) 4102.9
5) 530.9
6) 630.9
Missing5350
Total349100.0
495) [If respondent is married or cohabiting:] Date (century month) respondent began living with current husband or cohabiting partner (CMSTRTHP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total25101,309.01496.91
496) CD-1: (Have / Not counting anyone we've already talked about, have / Besides [NAMES OF CURRENT HUSBAND / PARTNER AND FORMER HUSBANDS] have) you ever lived together with a(nother) man? (LIVEOTH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes151826.6
5) No417973.3
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
497) Whether respondent has ever lived with a man outside of marriage (EVRCOHAB)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes315155.3
5) No254844.7
Total5699100.0
498) CD-2: [If respondent reported ever living with any (other) man:] (Not counting anyone we've already talked about, with / With) how many (other men / men) have you ever lived? (HMOTHMEN)
 TOTAL%
1) One man104168.6
2) Two men34923.0
3) 3936.1
4) 4211.4
5) 560.4
6) 610.1
7) 710.1
10) 1020.1
17) 1710.1
50) 5010.1
99) Don't know20.1
Missing4181
Total1518100.0
499) Number of former cohabiting partner (PREVCOHB)
 TOTAL%
0) None418373.4
1) One former cohabiting partner104118.3
2) Two former cohabiting partners3496.1
3) 3931.6
4) 4210.4
5) 560.1
6) 610.0
7) 710.0
10) 1020.0
17) 1710.0
50) 5010.0
Total5699100.0
500) CD-4m: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [MONTH] (STRTOTHX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 11449.5
2) 21046.9
3) 3795.2
4) 4865.7
5) 51006.6
6) 617211.3
7) 7865.7
8) 81399.2
9) 91097.2
10) 10744.9
11) 11865.7
12) 12744.9
13) Winter473.1
14) Spring392.6
15) Summer895.9
16) Fall442.9
98) Refused20.1
99) Don't know422.8
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
501) CD-4y: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [YEAR] (STRTOTHX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15162,062.08678.79
502) [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) when respondent started living with first former cohabiting partner (CMCOHSTX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15161,318.42746.27
503) CD-5: [If respondent did not report specific month / year when she began living together with first former cohabiting partner:] How old were you when you began living with [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER]? (HERAGECX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total26422.159.60
504) CD-6: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] How old was he when you began living together? [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (HISAGECX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total151625.009.17
505) CD-7m: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 11097.2
2) 2895.9
3) 31097.2
4) 41167.7
5) 51097.2
6) 61067.0
7) 71137.5
8) 81228.0
9) 91207.9
10) 101157.6
11) 111157.6
12) 121067.0
13) Winter50.3
14) Spring50.3
15) Summer50.3
16) Fall20.1
98) Refused40.3
99) Don't know16610.9
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
506) CD-7y: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15162,604.012,149.17
507) [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] Date of birth (century month) of first former cohabiting partner (CMDOBCX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15161,667.672,423.22
508) CD-8: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (ENGAG1CX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married20613.6
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married23915.8
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans107170.6
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
509) [If respondent's first former cohabiting partner:] Multiple races reported for first former cohabiting partner (COH1MULT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported442.9
2) No, multiple races not reported143194.4
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused412.7
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
510) [If respondent's first former cohabiting partner:] RACE-recode-like variable for first former cohabiting partner (COH1RACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black46630.7
2) White92260.8
3) Other835.5
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused453.0
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
511) [If respondent's first former cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for first former cohabiting partner (COH1HRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic28518.8
2) Non-Hispanic White70846.7
3) Non-Hispanic Black45329.9
4) Non-Hispanic other624.1
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused80.5
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
512) [If respondent's first former cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for first former cohabiting partner (COH1NRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic28518.8
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race68845.4
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race44029.0
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race996.5
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused40.3
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
513) CD-12: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] When you began living together, had [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] ever been married? (MAREVCX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes20513.5
5) No130486.0
9) Don't know70.5
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
514) CD-13: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] When you and he began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (CXKIDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes41827.6
5) No109872.4
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
515) CD-13b: [If respondent has had any live births:] Did you and [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOFCPX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes62659.3
5) No43040.7
Missing4643
Total1056100.0
516) CD-13c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with first former cohabiting partner:] How many biological children did you and he have together? [FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (BIONUMCX)
 TOTAL%
1) One child43269.0
2) Two children14322.8
3) 3416.5
4) 471.1
5) 520.3
7) 710.2
Missing5073
Total626100.0
517) CD-14m: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [MONTH] (STPTOGCX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 11298.5
2) 21107.3
3) 3946.2
4) 41097.2
5) 51228.0
6) 61328.7
7) 71016.7
8) 81358.9
9) 9805.3
10) 10946.2
11) 11855.6
12) 121439.4
13) Winter281.8
14) Spring281.8
15) Summer503.3
16) Fall241.6
98) Refused60.4
99) Don't know463.0
Missing4183
Total1516100.0
518) CD-14y: [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FIRST FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [YEAR] (STPTOGCX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15162,117.56934.40
519) [If respondent reported one or more former cohabiting partners:] Date (century month) when respondent stopped cohabiting with first former cohabiting partner (CMSTPCOHX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total15161,409.251,020.91
520) CD-4m: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [MONTH] (STRTOTHX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1449.3
2) 2296.1
3) 3347.2
4) 4347.2
5) 5408.4
6) 6377.8
7) 7214.4
8) 8316.5
9) 9388.0
10) 10245.1
11) 11326.7
12) 12326.7
13) Winter91.9
14) Spring122.5
15) Summer265.5
16) Fall102.1
98) Refused20.4
99) Don't know204.2
Missing5224
Total475100.0
521) CD-4y: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [YEAR] (STRTOTHX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4752,123.70964.15
522) [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) when respondent started living with second former cohabiting partner (CMCOHSTX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4751,405.711,054.40
523) CD-5: [If respondent did not report specific month / year when she began living together with second former cohabiting partner:] How old were you when you began living with [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER]? (HERAGECX2)
 TOTAL%
14) 1433.8
15) 1522.5
17) 1711.3
18) 1856.3
19) 1933.8
20) 20810.1
21) 21810.1
22) 2256.3
23) 2333.8
24) 2467.6
25) 25810.1
26) 26810.1
27) 2756.3
28) 2822.5
29) 2922.5
30) 3022.5
32) 3211.3
33) 3333.8
35) 3511.3
36) 3611.3
98) Refused22.5
Missing5620
Total79100.0
524) CD-6: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] How old was he when you began living together? [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (HISAGECX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total47529.2712.59
525) CD-7m: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1316.5
2) 2234.8
3) 3479.9
4) 4224.6
5) 5367.6
6) 6306.3
7) 7408.4
8) 8306.3
9) 9306.3
10) 10377.8
11) 11336.9
12) 12367.6
13) Winter10.2
14) Spring30.6
15) Summer10.2
98) Refused30.6
99) Don't know7215.2
Missing5224
Total475100.0
526) CD-7y: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4752,856.622,506.86
527) [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] Date of birth (century month) of first former cohabiting partner (CMDOBCX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4751,940.422,829.93
528) CD-8: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (ENGAG1CX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married6613.9
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married449.3
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans36276.2
8) Refused20.4
9) Don't know10.2
Missing5224
Total475100.0
529) CD-12: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] When you began living together, had [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] ever been married? (MAREVCX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes11223.6
5) No35975.6
8) Refused20.4
9) Don't know20.4
Missing5224
Total475100.0
530) CD-13: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] When you and he began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (CXKIDS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes20342.7
5) No27056.8
8) Refused20.4
Missing5224
Total475100.0
531) CD-13b: [If respondent has had any live births:] Did you and [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOFCPX2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes16849.3
5) No17250.4
8) Refused10.3
Missing5358
Total341100.0
532) CD-13c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with first former cohabiting partner:] How many biological children did you and he have together? [SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (BIONUMCX2)
 TOTAL%
1) One child13077.4
2) Two children3219.0
3) 353.0
4) 410.6
Missing5531
Total168100.0
533) CD-14m: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [MONTH] (STPTOGCX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 15010.5
2) 2347.2
3) 3296.1
4) 4306.3
5) 5428.8
6) 6459.5
7) 7234.8
8) 8296.1
9) 9245.1
10) 10388.0
11) 11347.2
12) 12377.8
13) Winter91.9
14) Spring51.1
15) Summer122.5
16) Fall51.1
98) Refused20.4
99) Don't know275.7
Missing5224
Total475100.0
534) CD-14y: [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF SECOND FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [YEAR] (STPTOGCX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4752,176.481,148.34
535) [If respondent reported two or more former cohabiting partners:] Date (century month) when respondent stopped cohabiting with second former cohabiting partner (CMSTPCOHX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total4751,488.331,251.18
536) CD-4m: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [MONTH] (STRTOTHX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 197.1
2) 21310.3
3) 386.3
4) 4107.9
5) 532.4
6) 61310.3
7) 721.6
8) 8129.5
9) 91310.3
10) 1064.8
11) 11118.7
12) 1264.8
13) Winter32.4
14) Spring32.4
15) Summer54.0
16) Fall10.8
99) Don't know86.3
Missing5573
Total126100.0
537) CD-4y: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [YEAR] (STRTOTHX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
1992) 199210.8
1994) 199421.6
1995) 199532.4
1996) 199610.8
1998) 199810.8
1999) 199943.2
2000) 200064.8
2001) 200143.2
2003) 200343.2
2004) 200432.4
2005) 200554.0
2006) 200654.0
2007) 200754.0
2008) 2008107.9
2009) 2009118.7
2010) 201086.3
2011) 201197.1
2012) 20121411.1
2013) 20131612.7
2014) 2014107.9
2015) 201510.8
9999) Don't know32.4
Missing5573
Total126100.0
538) [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) when respondent started living with third former cohabiting partner (CMCOHSTX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1261,507.171,333.06
539) CD-5: [If respondent did not report specific month / year when she began living together with third former cohabiting partner:] How old were you when you began living with [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER]? (HERAGECX3)
 TOTAL%
16) 1615.0
19) 19210.0
20) 2015.0
21) 2115.0
23) 2315.0
24) 24315.0
27) 27315.0
28) 28210.0
29) 29315.0
36) 3615.0
99) Don't know210.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
540) CD-6: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] How old was he when you began living together? [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (HISAGECX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total12633.4615.62
541) CD-7m: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 197.1
2) 275.6
3) 364.8
4) 464.8
5) 597.1
6) 6129.5
7) 797.1
8) 8129.5
9) 997.1
10) 1043.2
11) 111310.3
12) 1264.8
99) Don't know2419.0
Missing5573
Total126100.0
542) CD-7y: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1263,314.403,001.39
543) [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] Date of birth (century month) of first former cohabiting partner (CMDOBCX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1262,446.783,392.18
544) CD-8: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (ENGAG1CX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married118.7
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married129.5
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans10281.0
9) Don't know10.8
Missing5573
Total126100.0
545) CD-12: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] When you began living together, had [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] ever been married? (MAREVCX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3225.4
5) No9273.0
9) Don't know21.6
Missing5573
Total126100.0
546) CD-13: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] When you and he began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (CXKIDS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6249.2
5) No6249.2
9) Don't know21.6
Missing5573
Total126100.0
547) CD-13b: [If respondent has had any live births:] Did you and [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOFCPX3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3133.7
5) No6065.2
9) Don't know11.1
Missing5607
Total92100.0
548) CD-13c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with first former cohabiting partner:] How many biological children did you and he have together? [THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (BIONUMCX3)
 TOTAL%
1) One child2477.4
2) Two children412.9
3) 326.5
4) 413.2
Missing5668
Total31100.0
549) CD-14m: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [MONTH] (STPTOGCX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 1129.5
2) 297.1
3) 386.3
4) 454.0
5) 575.6
6) 675.6
7) 797.1
8) 81814.3
9) 986.3
10) 1054.0
11) 11107.9
12) 1297.1
13) Winter43.2
14) Spring21.6
15) Summer10.8
16) Fall10.8
99) Don't know118.7
Missing5573
Total126100.0
550) CD-14y: [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF THIRD FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [YEAR] (STPTOGCX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
1996) 199610.8
1997) 199721.6
1998) 199810.8
1999) 199921.6
2000) 200043.2
2001) 200143.2
2002) 200264.8
2004) 200421.6
2005) 200521.6
2006) 200643.2
2007) 200721.6
2008) 200854.0
2009) 200975.6
2010) 201086.3
2011) 201197.1
2012) 2012129.5
2013) 20132620.6
2014) 20141511.9
2015) 201586.3
9999) Don't know64.8
Missing5573
Total126100.0
551) [If respondent reported three or more former cohabiting partners:] Date (century month) when respondent stopped cohabiting with third former cohabiting partner (CMSTPCOHX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1261,734.721,856.24
552) CD-4m: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [MONTH] (STRTOTHX_M4)
 TOTAL%
1) 126.1
2) 2412.1
3) 3412.1
4) 439.1
5) 539.1
6) 613.0
7) 726.1
8) 813.0
10) 1013.0
11) 1126.1
12) 1239.1
15) Summer26.1
99) Don't know515.2
Missing5666
Total33100.0
553) CD-4y: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] begin living together? [YEAR] (STRTOTHX_Y4)
 TOTAL%
1998) 199826.1
2001) 200139.1
2002) 200213.0
2003) 200313.0
2004) 200426.1
2006) 200626.1
2007) 200713.0
2008) 200839.1
2009) 200913.0
2010) 201013.0
2011) 2011515.2
2012) 201226.1
2013) 201339.1
2014) 2014412.1
2015) 201513.0
9999) Don't know13.0
Missing5666
Total33100.0
554) [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) when respondent started living with fourth former cohabiting partner (CMCOHSTX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total331,567.821,514.76
555) CD-5: [If respondent did not report specific month / year when she began living together with fourth former cohabiting partner:] How old were you when you began living with [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER]? (HERAGECX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total724.863.89
556) CD-6: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] How old was he when you began living together? [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (HISAGECX4)
 TOTAL%
12) 1213.0
18) 1813.0
21) 2113.0
22) 2213.0
23) 2313.0
24) 2413.0
25) 25618.2
26) 2613.0
27) 2726.1
28) 2839.1
29) 2913.0
30) 3013.0
31) 3139.1
34) 3413.0
36) 3613.0
38) 3813.0
40) 4013.0
41) 4113.0
49) 4913.0
50) 5013.0
52) 5213.0
99) Don't know26.1
Missing5666
Total33100.0
557) CD-7m: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [MONTH] [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_M4)
 TOTAL%
3) 339.1
4) 413.0
5) 526.1
6) 639.1
7) 726.1
8) 813.0
9) 9412.1
10) 1013.0
11) 1113.0
12) 1226.1
99) Don't know1339.4
Missing5666
Total33100.0
558) CD-7y: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year was he born? [YEAR] [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (WNBRNCX_Y4)
 TOTAL%
1964) 196413.0
1966) 196613.0
1972) 197226.1
1973) 197313.0
1974) 197426.1
1975) 197513.0
1978) 197813.0
1981) 198126.1
1982) 198226.1
1986) 198626.1
1987) 198713.0
1988) 198826.1
1989) 198913.0
1990) 199026.1
9999) Don't know1236.4
Missing5666
Total33100.0
559) [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] Date of birth (century month) of first former cohabiting partner (CMDOBCX4)
 TOTAL%
771) 77113.0
800) 80013.0
869) 86913.0
875) 87513.0
883) 88313.0
894) 89413.0
897) 89713.0
909) 90913.0
940) 94013.0
975) 97513.0
984) 98413.0
987) 98713.0
989) 98913.0
1039) 103913.0
1041) 104113.0
1050) 105013.0
1065) 106513.0
1068) 106813.0
1074) 107413.0
1086) 108613.0
1090) 109013.0
9999) Don't know1236.4
Missing5666
Total33100.0
560) CD-8: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] At the time you began living together, were you and he engaged to be married or did you have definite plans to get married? [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (ENGAG1CX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, engaged to be married13.0
3) Not engaged but had definite plans to get married412.1
5) No, neither engaged nor had definite plans2884.8
Missing5666
Total33100.0
561) CD-12: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] When you began living together, had [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] ever been married? (MAREVCX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1236.4
5) No2163.6
Missing5666
Total33100.0
562) CD-13: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] When you and he began living together, did he have any children, either biological or adopted, from any previous relationships? [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (CXKIDS4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1957.6
5) No1442.4
Missing5666
Total33100.0
563) CD-13b: [If respondent has had any live births:] Did you and [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] have any biological children together? By that, I mean you are the biological mother and he is the biological father (BIOFCPX4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes311.1
5) No2488.9
Missing5672
Total27100.0
564) CD-13c: [If respondent reported that she has biological children with first former cohabiting partner:] How many biological children did you and he have together? [FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] (BIONUMCX4)
 TOTAL%
1) One child3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
565) CD-14m: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [MONTH] (STPTOGCX_M4)
 TOTAL%
1) 113.0
2) 2618.2
3) 326.1
4) 439.1
6) 6412.1
7) 713.0
8) 826.1
9) 913.0
10) 1026.1
11) 1113.0
12) 12412.1
99) Don't know618.2
Missing5666
Total33100.0
566) CD-14y: [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] In what month and year did you and [NAME OF FOURTH FORMER COHABITING PARTNER] stop living together for the last time? [YEAR] (STPTOGCX_Y4)
 TOTAL%
1998) 199826.1
2001) 200113.0
2003) 200339.1
2005) 200526.1
2007) 200726.1
2008) 200813.0
2009) 200913.0
2010) 201026.1
2011) 201139.1
2012) 201213.0
2013) 2013412.1
2014) 2014721.2
2015) 201526.1
9999) Don't know26.1
Missing5666
Total33100.0
567) [If respondent reported four or more former cohabiting partners:] Date (century month) when respondent stopped cohabiting with fourth former cohabiting partner (CMSTPCOHX4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total331,845.212,103.99
568) CD-15: [If respondent is not currently married or cohabiting:] Do you think that you will (ever / ever again) live together with a man to whom you are not married? (COHCHANCE)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes41613.0
2) Probably yes119937.6
3) Probably no70222.0
4) Definitely no84226.4
9) Don't know311.0
Missing2509
Total3190100.0
569) CD-16: [If respondent is not currently married:] You may have already told me this, but do you think that you will get married (again someday / someday)? (MARRCHANCE)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes203050.8
2) Probably yes131732.9
3) Probably no3498.7
4) Definitely no2516.3
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know521.3
Missing1699
Total4000100.0
570) CD-17: [If respondent reported any chance that she will one day (re)marry:] Again, you may have already told me this, but do you think that you will live together with your future husband before getting married? (PMARCOH)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes139237.7
2) Probably yes126734.3
3) Probably no49113.3
4) Definitely no51814.0
9) Don't know280.8
Missing2003
Total3696100.0
571) CE-1: [If respondent has never been married, never cohabited, and never been pregnant:] At any time in your life, have you ever had sexual intercourse with a man, that is, made love, had sex, or gone all the way? (EVERSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes72347.2
5) No80452.5
8) Refused40.3
Missing4168
Total1531100.0
572) Whether respondent has ever had sex (heterosexual vaginal intercourse) (RHADSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes488785.8
5) No81214.2
Total5699100.0
573) CE-2: [If respondent has never had sex with a man:] As you know, some people have had sexual intercourse by your age and others have not. What would you say is the most important reason why you have not had sexual intercourse up to now? (YNOSEX)
 TOTAL%
1) Against religion or morals26532.8
2) Don't want to get pregnant13516.7
3) Don't want to get a sexually transmitted disease526.4
4) Haven't found the right person yet20225.0
5) In a relationship, but waiting for the right time587.2
6) Other9311.5
8) Refused20.2
Missing4892
Total807100.0
574) CE-3m: [If respondent reported ever having sex with a man:] Please look at the calendar and think back to the very first time in your life that you ever had sexual intercourse with a man. In what month and year was that? [MONTH] (WNFSTSEX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 12705.5
2) 22615.3
3) 32324.7
4) 42575.3
5) 53747.6
6) 651810.6
7) 73847.8
8) 83236.6
9) 92435.0
10) 102915.9
11) 112715.5
12) 122976.1
13) Winter1703.5
14) Spring2034.1
15) Summer50010.2
16) Fall1843.8
96) If respondent insists: Never had sex50.1
98) Refused320.7
99) Don't know771.6
Missing807
Total4892100.0
575) CE-3y: [If respondent reported ever having sex with a man:] Please look at the calendar and think back to the very first time in your life that you ever had sexual intercourse with a man. In what month and year was that? [YEAR] (WNFSTSEX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total48872,092.36851.34
576) [If respondent reported ever having sex with a man:] Date (century month) of first sexual intercourse (CMFSTSEX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total48921,324.48979.32
577) CE-4: [If respondent reported ever having sex with a man:] That very first time that you had sexual intercourse with a man, how old were you? (AGEFSTSX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total488717.567.37
578) CE-5: [If respondent did not know or refused to report her age at first sex with a man:] Were you less than 18 years old or were you 18 years or older? (C_SEX18)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years1340.6
2) 18 years or older1031.3
8) Refused825.0
9) Don't know13.1
Missing5667
Total32100.0
579) CE-6: [If respondent did not know or refused to report her age at first sex with a man but reported she was less than 18:] Were you less than 15 years old or were you 15 or older? (C_SEX15)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 15 years321.4
2) 15 years or older857.1
8) Refused17.1
9) Don't know214.3
Missing5685
Total14100.0
580) CE-7: [If respondent did not know or refused to report her age at first sex with a man but reported she was older than 18:] Were you less than 20 years old or were you 20 or older? (C_SEX20)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 20 years110.0
2) 20 years or older770.0
8) Refused110.0
9) Don't know110.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
581) CE-8: [If respondent reported her age at first sex was less than 18 years:] What grade or year of school were you in that first time you had intercourse with a male? (GRFSTSX)
 TOTAL%
1) First grade100.3
2) Second grade40.1
3) Third grade50.2
4) Fourth grade50.2
5) Fifth grade220.7
6) Sixth grade642.0
7) Seventh grade1494.7
8) Eighth grade2989.4
9) Ninth grade67221.3
10) 10th grade77924.6
11) 11th grade62319.7
12) 12th grade32610.3
13) First year of college401.3
14) Second year of college10.0
15) Third year of college20.1
16) Fourth year of college10.0
96) Not in school1374.3
98) Refused100.3
99) Don't know140.4
Missing2537
Total3162100.0
582) CE-9: [If respondent ever had sex with a man but has never been married and never cohabited:] Have you had sexual intercourse more than once? (SXMTONCE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes98193.2
5) No726.8
Missing4646
Total1053100.0
583) CF-1: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [FIRST MENTION] (TALKPAR1)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex88144.7
2) Methods of birth control24512.4
3) Where to get birth control341.7
4) Sexually transmitted diseases784.0
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS231.2
6) How to use a condom261.3
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex29414.9
95) None of the above38719.6
99) Don't know30.2
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
584) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than one sex education topic discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [SECOND MENTION] (TALKPAR2)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex1047.8
2) Methods of birth control66850.4
3) Where to get birth control13810.4
4) Sexually transmitted diseases18013.6
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS594.4
6) How to use a condom473.5
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex1309.8
Missing4373
Total1326100.0
585) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than two sex education topics discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [THIRD MENTION] (TALKPAR3)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex423.8
2) Methods of birth control484.4
3) Where to get birth control54049.4
4) Sexually transmitted diseases21119.3
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS878.0
6) How to use a condom645.9
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex1019.2
Missing4606
Total1093100.0
586) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than three sex education topics discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [FOURTH MENTION] (TALKPAR4)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex182.1
2) Methods of birth control212.4
3) Where to get birth control202.3
4) Sexually transmitted diseases51259.1
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS11613.4
6) How to use a condom596.8
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex12013.9
Missing4833
Total866100.0
587) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than four sex education topics discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [FIFTH MENTION] (TALKPAR5)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex101.5
2) Methods of birth control101.5
3) Where to get birth control111.7
4) Sexually transmitted diseases132.0
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS43667.0
6) How to use a condom8513.1
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex8613.2
Missing5048
Total651100.0
588) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than five sex education topics discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [SIXTH MENTION] (TALKPAR6)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex71.4
2) Methods of birth control51.0
3) Where to get birth control30.6
4) Sexually transmitted diseases30.6
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS102.0
6) How to use a condom37175.6
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex9218.7
Missing5208
Total491100.0
589) CF-1: [If respondent reported more than six sex education topics discussed with parents:] The next questions are about how you learned about sex and birth control. Before you were 18 years old, which, if any, of these topics (did you ever talk / have you ever talked) with a parent or guardian about? [SEVENTH MENTION] (TALKPAR7)
 TOTAL%
1) How to say no to sex113.1
5) How to prevent HIV / AIDS30.9
6) How to use a condom82.3
8) Waiting until marriage to have sex32893.7
Missing5349
Total350100.0
590) CF-2: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] Now I'm interested in knowing about formal sex education you may have had. (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about how to say no to sex? (SEDNO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes163282.8
5) No33917.2
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
591) CF-3: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about how to say no to sex:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on how to say no to sex? (SEDNOG)
 TOTAL%
1) First grade20.1
3) Third grade60.4
4) Fourth grade402.5
5) Fifth grade20412.5
6) Sixth grade27016.5
7) Seventh grade30818.9
8) Eighth grade27717.0
9) Ninth grade35121.5
10) 10th grade1197.3
11) 11th grade352.1
12) 12th grade181.1
96) Not in school when received instruction10.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4067
Total1632100.0
592) CF-4: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about how to say no to sex before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDNOSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before8270.7
2) After3227.6
8) Refused10.9
9) Don't know10.9
Missing5583
Total116100.0
593) CF-5: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about methods of birth control? (SEDBC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes142372.2
5) No54627.7
9) Don't know20.1
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
594) CF-6: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about methods of birth control:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on methods of birth control? (SEDBCG)
 TOTAL%
1) First grade10.1
4) Fourth grade120.8
5) Fifth grade835.8
6) Sixth grade15811.1
7) Seventh grade22215.6
8) Eighth grade27019.0
9) Ninth grade44131.0
10) 10th grade16611.7
11) 11th grade473.3
12) 12th grade191.3
13) First year of college30.2
96) Not in school when received instruction10.1
Missing4276
Total1423100.0
595) CF-7: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about methods of birth control before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDBCSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before9372.7
2) After3426.6
9) Don't know10.8
Missing5571
Total128100.0
596) CF-8: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about where to get birth control? (SEDWHBC)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes111956.8
5) No84743.0
9) Don't know50.3
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
597) CF-9: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about where to get birth control:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on where to get birth control? (SEDWHBCG)
 TOTAL%
4) Fourth grade70.6
5) Fifth grade504.5
6) Sixth grade978.7
7) Seventh grade14913.3
8) Eighth grade19917.8
9) Ninth grade40636.3
10) 10th grade14813.2
11) 11th grade443.9
12) 12th grade151.3
13) First year of college30.3
14) Second year of college10.1
Missing4580
Total1119100.0
598) CF-10: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about where to get birth control before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDWBCSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before8270.1
2) After3529.9
Missing5582
Total117100.0
599) CF-11: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about how to use a condom? (SEDCOND)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes119760.7
5) No77039.1
9) Don't know40.2
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
600) CF-12: [If respondent reported receiving instruction on how to use a condom:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on how to use a condom? (SEDCONDG)
 TOTAL%
4) Fourth grade60.5
5) Fifth grade544.5
6) Sixth grade1038.6
7) Seventh grade18315.3
8) Eighth grade21718.1
9) Ninth grade41434.6
10) 10th grade14111.8
11) 11th grade574.8
12) 12th grade181.5
13) First year of college20.2
99) Don't know20.2
Missing4502
Total1197100.0
601) CF-13: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about how to use a condom before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDCONSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before9676.8
2) After2923.2
Missing5574
Total125100.0
602) CF-14: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about sexually transmitted diseases? (SEDSTD)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes182592.6
5) No1457.4
9) Don't know10.1
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
603) CF-15: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about sexually transmitted diseases:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on sexually transmitted diseases? (SEDSTDG)
 TOTAL%
3) Third grade10.1
4) Fourth grade120.7
5) Fifth grade1116.1
6) Sixth grade21811.9
7) Seventh grade31617.3
8) Eighth grade33018.1
9) Ninth grade56230.8
10) 10th grade20211.1
11) 11th grade522.8
12) 12th grade191.0
13) First year of college20.1
Missing3874
Total1825100.0
604) CF-16: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about sexually transmitted diseases before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDSTDSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before11372.4
2) After4226.9
8) Refused10.6
Missing5543
Total156100.0
605) CF-17: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about how to prevent HIV / AIDS? (SEDHIV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes170986.7
5) No25913.1
9) Don't know30.2
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
606) CF-18: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about preventing HIV / AIDS:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction on how to prevent HIV / AIDS? (SEDHIVG)
 TOTAL%
1) First grade30.2
2) Second grade10.1
3) Third grade20.1
4) Fourth grade130.8
5) Fifth grade855.0
6) Sixth grade19011.1
7) Seventh grade30317.7
8) Eighth grade30317.7
9) Ninth grade53731.4
10) 10th grade19811.6
11) 11th grade533.1
12) 12th grade171.0
13) First year of college20.1
96) Not in school when received instruction10.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing3990
Total1709100.0
607) CF-19: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about how to prevent HIV / AIDS before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDHIVSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before10873.5
2) After3825.9
8) Refused10.7
Missing5552
Total147100.0
608) CF-20: [If respondent was less than 25 years of age at time of screener:] (Before you were 18, did / Have) you ever (have / had) any formal instruction at school, church, a community center or some other place about waiting until marriage to have sex? (SEDABST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes131766.8
5) No65133.0
9) Don't know30.2
Missing3728
Total1971100.0
609) CF-21: [If respondent reported receiving instruction about waiting until marriage to have sex:] What grade were you in when you first received instruction about waiting until marriage to have sex? (SEDABSTG)
 TOTAL%
1) First grade231.7
2) Second grade60.5
3) Third grade201.5
4) Fourth grade362.7
5) Fifth grade1229.3
6) Sixth grade25019.0
7) Seventh grade21916.6
8) Eighth grade22417.0
9) Ninth grade27721.0
10) 10th grade846.4
11) 11th grade362.7
12) 12th grade90.7
96) Not in school when received instruction80.6
99) Don't know30.2
Missing4382
Total1317100.0
610) CF-22: [If respondent has had sex with a man and it is not apparent whether instruction on this topic came before or after respondent first had sex with a man:] Did you receive instruction about waiting until marriage to have sex before or after the first time you had sex? (SEDABSSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Before5872.5
2) After2025.0
8) Refused11.3
9) Don't know11.3
Missing5619
Total80100.0
611) CG-2: [If respondent has ever been married or ever cohabited:] Is [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER] someone we talked about earlier? That is, was he someone you've been married to or lived with? (SAMEMAN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes129033.6
5) No254366.3
8) Refused10.0
Missing1865
Total3834100.0
612) CG-3: [If respondent reported that her first sexual partner was one of the men to whom she was ever married or with whom she ever cohabited:] Which of these men listed on the screen was your first sexual partner? (WHOFSTPR)
 TOTAL%
1) Your first former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]22017.1
2) Your second former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]10.1
7) Your current husband, [NAME], married [DATE], still married or your husband, from whom you are separated, married [DATE], still married60747.1
8) Your current partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], still living together13410.4
9) Your first former partner [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]30924.0
10) Your second cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]50.4
20) None of the above131.0
98) Refused10.1
Missing4409
Total1290100.0
613) CG-4: [If respondent is 18 years or older and respondent has ever had sex with a man:] How old was [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER] when you had sexual intercourse with him that first time? (FPAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total472421.5713.00
614) CG-4b: [If respondent did not know or refused to report her first sexual partner's age at time of first sex:] Was he older than you, younger than you, or the same age? [FIRST PARTNER] (FPRELAGE)
 TOTAL%
1) Older9180.5
2) Younger43.5
3) Same age108.8
8) Refused32.7
9) Don't know54.4
Missing5586
Total113100.0
615) CG-4c: [If respondent reports her first sexual partner at time of first sex was either older or younger than herself:] By how many years? [FIRST PARTNER] (FPRELYRS)
 TOTAL%
1) One to two years2223.2
2) Three to five years2829.5
3) Six to 10 years1212.6
4) More than 10 years2223.2
8) Refused11.1
9) Don't know1010.5
Missing5604
Total95100.0
616) CG-5: [If respondent has ever had sex with a man:] At the time you first had sexual intercourse with [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER], how would you describe your relationship with him? (KNOWFP)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him2905.9
2) Engaged to him1463.0
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged1252.6
4) Going with him or going steady305662.5
5) Going out with him once in a while3507.2
6) Just friends59912.3
7) Had just met him1112.3
8) Something else2034.2
98) Refused50.1
99) Don't know20.0
Missing812
Total4887100.0
617) CG-6: [If respondent is not currently married or cohabiting, but she has ever married or ever cohabited:] Do you consider him to be a current sexual partner? [FIRST PARTNER] (STILFPSX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1988.5
5) No212891.4
8) Refused10.0
Missing3372
Total2327100.0
618) CG-7m: [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] When was the last time you had sexual intercourse with him, that is, in what month and year? [MONTH] [FIRST PARTNER] (LSTSEXFP_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 13016.2
2) 22825.8
3) 32595.3
4) 42344.8
5) 53447.0
6) 63396.9
7) 72885.9
8) 83437.0
9) 92435.0
10) 102635.4
11) 112645.4
12) 123396.9
13) Winter1182.4
14) Spring1312.7
15) Summer2765.6
16) Fall1272.6
96) Only had sex once52710.8
98) Refused220.5
99) Don't know1873.8
Missing812
Total4887100.0
619) CG-7y: [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] When was the last time you had sexual intercourse with him, that is, in what month and year? [YEAR] [FIRST PARTNER] (LSTSEXFP_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total43602,178.861,167.26
620) [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] Date (century month) of last sex with first sexual partner (CMLSEXFP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total48872,374.122,912.71
621) [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] Date (century month) of last or only sex with first sexual partner (CMFPLAST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total48871,438.591,254.11
622) CG-7a: [If respondent's first male sexual partner is not current and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] At the time you last had sexual intercourse with [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER], how would you describe your relationship with him? (FPOTHREL)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him1844.7
2) Engaged to him832.1
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged1393.5
4) Going with him or going steady176244.6
5) Going out with him once in a while47412.0
6) Just friends84221.3
7) Had just met him912.3
8) Something else3629.2
98) Refused70.2
99) Don't know40.1
Missing1751
Total3948100.0
623) CG-7b: [If respondent's first male sexual partner is still a current sexual partner and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] What is the highest level of education [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER] has completed? (FPEDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school4120.7
2) High school graduate or GED6834.3
3) Some college but no degree5226.3
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)189.1
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)168.1
6) Graduate or professional school21.0
9) Don't know10.5
Missing5501
Total198100.0
624) [If respondent's first male sexual partner is still a current sexual partner and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] Multiple races reported for first sexual partner (FSEXMULT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported63.0
2) No, multiple races not reported18794.4
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused52.5
Missing5501
Total198100.0
625) [If respondent's first male sexual partner is still a current sexual partner and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] RACE-recode-like variable for first sexual partner (FSEXRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Black6432.3
2) White11558.1
3) Other147.1
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused52.5
Missing5501
Total198100.0
626) [If respondent's first male sexual partner is still a current sexual partner and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for first sexual partner (FSEXHRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic5125.8
2) Non-Hispanic White7638.4
3) Non-Hispanic Black6130.8
4) Non-Hispanic other84.0
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused21.0
Missing5501
Total198100.0
627) [If respondent's first male sexual partner is still a current sexual partner and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for first sexual partner (FSEXNRACE)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic5125.8
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race7336.9
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race5929.8
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race136.6
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused21.0
Missing5501
Total198100.0
628) CG-7f: [If respondent's relationship with first male sexual partner who is still a current sexual partner has lasted longer than a month:] How would you describe your current relationship with [NAME OF FIRST PARTNER]? (FPRN)
 TOTAL%
2) Engaged to him2111.6
4) Going with him or going steady11664.1
5) Going out with him once in a while179.4
6) Just friends1910.5
8) Something else84.4
Missing5518
Total181100.0
629) CG-8: [If respondent doesn't report age at first sex but reports date of first sex or if respondent's age at first sex is equal to her age at first period:] Which came first, your first sexual intercourse or your first menstrual period? (WHICH1ST)
 TOTAL%
1) Sexual intercourse3815.8
2) Menstrual period19882.2
8) Refused10.4
9) Don't know41.7
Missing5458
Total241100.0
630) CG-9: [If respondent doesn't report age at first sex and date of first sex or if respondent first had sex before menarche and she has never married, never been pregnant, and never cohabited:] Since your first menstrual period, have you had sexual intercourse? (SEXAFMEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1583.3
5) No316.7
Missing5681
Total18100.0
631) CG-10m: [If respondent reported that she has had sex since menarche, or her first sex was before menarche but she ever been married, ever been pregnant, or ever cohabited:] Thinking back, after your first menstrual period, in what month and year did you have sexual intercourse for the first time? [MONTH] (WNSEXAFM_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 153.2
2) 242.6
3) 395.8
4) 453.2
5) 563.9
6) 6117.1
7) 785.2
8) 874.5
9) 985.2
10) 1042.6
11) 1163.9
12) 1253.2
13) Winter31.9
14) Spring63.9
15) Summer106.5
16) Fall63.9
96) If respondent insists: No sex since first menstrual period31.9
98) Refused127.8
99) Don't know3623.4
Missing5545
Total154100.0
632) CG-10y: [If respondent reported that she has had sex since menarche, or her first sex was before menarche but she ever been married, ever been pregnant, or ever cohabited:] Thinking back, after your first menstrual period, in what month and year did you have sexual intercourse for the first time? [YEAR] (WNSEXAFM_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1514,434.813,694.96
633) [If respondent reported that she has had sex since menarche, or her first sex was before menarche but she ever been married, ever been pregnant, or ever cohabited:] Date (century month) of first sex after menarche (CMSEXAFM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1543,981.654,124.49
634) CG-11: [If respondent did not report exact month and year of her first sex after menarche:] Thinking back after your first menstrual period, how old were you when you had sexual intercourse for the first time? (AGESXAFM)
 TOTAL%
8) 810.7
10) 1021.3
11) 1142.6
12) 12117.3
13) 13117.3
14) 141912.6
15) 152617.2
16) 161811.9
17) 171610.6
18) 18106.6
19) 1942.6
20) 2032.0
21) 2121.3
22) 2210.7
24) 2421.3
26) 2610.7
98) Refused96.0
99) Don't know117.3
Missing5548
Total151100.0
635) CG-12: [If respondent did not report her age of first sex after menarche:] Were you less than 18 years old or were you 18 years or older? (AFMEN18)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 18 years945.0
2) 18 years or older210.0
8) Refused735.0
9) Don't know210.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
636) CG-13: [If respondent reported age of first sex after menarche was less than 18 years or did not know her age of first sex after menarche:] Were you less than 15 years old or were you 15 years or older? (AFMEN15)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 15 years545.5
2) 15 years or older436.4
9) Don't know218.2
Missing5688
Total11100.0
637) CG-14: [If respondent reported age of first sex after menarche was 18 years or older:] Were you less than 20 years old or were you 20 years or older? (AFMEN20)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than 20 years111.1
2) 20 years or older111.1
8) Refused777.8
Missing5690
Total9100.0
638) CH-1: [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] Counting all your male sexual partners, even those you had intercourse with only once, how many men have you had sexual intercourse with in your life? (LIFEPRT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total488737.44172.40
639) CH-1b: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners she had in her lifetime:] ENTER LOWER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS IN LIFETIME (LIFEPRT_LO)
 TOTAL%
1) One partner53.3
2) Two partners10.7
3) Three partners10.7
4) Four partners21.3
5) Five partners63.9
6) Six partners10.7
7) Seven partners10.7
8) Eight partners32.0
9) Nine partners10.7
10) 102214.5
12) 1210.7
13) 1321.3
15) 15127.9
20) 20106.6
21) 2110.7
25) 2532.0
30) 3063.9
35) 3532.0
40) 4010.7
50) 50 or more partners149.2
998) Refused4630.3
999) Don't know106.6
Missing5547
Total152100.0
640) CH-1c: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners she had in her lifetime:] ENTER UPPER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS IN LIFETIME (LIFEPRT_HI)
 TOTAL%
4) Four partners21.3
5) Five partners53.3
7) Seven partners21.3
8) Eight partners21.3
9) Nine partners10.7
10) 1063.9
11) 1110.7
12) 1232.0
14) 1410.7
15) 15149.2
16) 1610.7
20) 201711.2
22) 2221.3
25) 2542.6
30) 3085.3
35) 3510.7
37) 3710.7
40) 4032.0
45) 4510.7
50) 50 or more partners1912.5
998) Refused4831.6
999) Don't know106.6
Missing5547
Total152100.0
641) CH-2: [If respondent has ever been married:] How many male sexual partners did you have before you got married (in [DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE] / the first time in [DATE OF FIRST MARRIAGE])? Please count your (former husband / husband / first husband) if you had sex with him before marriage (PTSB4MAR)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total240017.27112.48
642) CH-2b: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners she had before her first marriage:] ENTER LOWER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS BEFORE MARRIAGE (PTSB4MAR_LO)
 TOTAL%
7) Seven partners13.2
8) Eight partners26.5
10) 10412.9
20) 2026.5
30) 3013.2
40) 4013.2
50) 50 or more partners13.2
998) Refused1032.3
999) Don't know929.0
Missing5668
Total31100.0
643) CH-2c: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners before her first marriage:] ENTER UPPER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS BEFORE MARRIAGE (PTSB4MAR_HI)
 TOTAL%
10) 1039.7
15) 15412.9
25) 2513.2
30) 3013.2
50) 50 or more partners39.7
998) Refused1032.3
999) Don't know929.0
Missing5668
Total31100.0
644) CH-3: [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] During the last 12 months, that is, since [INTERVIEW MONTH, INTERVIEW YEAR MINUS ONE], how many men, if any, have you had sexual intercourse with? Please count every male sexual partner, even those you had sex with only once (MON12PRT)
 TOTAL%
0) None4469.1
1) One partner374276.6
2) Two partners4178.5
3) Three partners1463.0
4) 4521.1
5) 5360.7
6) 6160.3
7) 7100.2
8) 820.0
9) 920.0
10) 1060.1
11) 1110.0
12) 1210.0
100) 10010.0
200) 20010.0
998) Refused70.1
999) Don't know10.0
Missing812
Total4887100.0
645) CH-3b: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners she had in the last 12 months:] ENTER LOWER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS IN LAST 12 MONTHS (MON12PRT_LO)
 TOTAL%
998) Refused787.5
999) Don't know112.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
646) CH-3c: [If respondent did not know or refused to report the number of male sexual partners she had in the last 12 months:] ENTER UPPER BOUND OF RANGE FOR NUMBER OF MALE PARTNERS IN LAST 12 MONTHS (MON12PRT_HI)
 TOTAL%
998) Refused787.5
999) Don't know112.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
647) [If respondent ever had sex with a man:] Number of partners in last 12 months (PARTS12)
 TOTAL%
0) None4469.1
1) One partner374276.6
2) Two partners4178.5
3) Three partners1463.0
4) 4521.1
5) 5360.7
6) 6160.3
7) 7100.2
8) 820.0
9) 920.0
10) 1060.1
11) 1110.0
12) 1210.0
100) 10010.0
200) 20010.0
9998) Refused70.1
9999) Don't know10.0
Missing812
Total4887100.0
648) Number of male sexual partners in lifetime (LIFEPRTS)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total56996.7912.20
649) CI-1: [If respondent had only one partner in last 12 months and respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] You mentioned that you have had one sexual partner since [INTERVIEW MONTH, INTERVIEW YEAR MINUS ONE]. Is that [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER]? (WHOSNC1Y)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes178999.4
5) No100.6
Missing3900
Total1799100.0
650) CI-4: [If respondent reported no sexual partners in the past 12 months or reported 'don't know' or 'refused' or if respondent reported having sexual partners in the past 12 months and respondent reported date of last or only sex with first sexual partner occurred within the last year and this partner has not been flagged as the first partner:] Is [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER] the man you told us was your first partner ever? (MATCHFP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes35944.4
5) No44555.0
8) Refused40.5
9) Don't know10.1
Missing4890
Total809100.0
651) CI-5: [If respondent ever cohabited or married:] Is [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER] any of the following husbands or partners we've already talked about? (MATCHHP)
 TOTAL%
1) Your first former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]221.7
2) Your second former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]60.5
3) Your third former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]20.2
4) Your fourth former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]10.1
7) Your current husband, [NAME], married [DATE], still married or your husband, from whom you are separated, married [DATE], still married735.7
8) Your current partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], still living together564.4
9) Your first former partner [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]21216.5
10) Your second cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]997.7
11) Your third cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]322.5
12) Your fourth cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]80.6
20) None of the above77060.0
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4416
Total1283100.0
652) [If respondent had ever had sex with a man and respondent had one or more partners in lifetime that she had not married or lived with and respondent had one or more partners in the past 12 months and if it was a first partner, it was within the past 12 months or respondent had ever married or cohabited:] Relationship of respondent to last partner in last 12 months (P1YRELP)
 TOTAL%
1) First former husband220.6
2) Second former husband60.2
3) Third former husband20.1
4) Fourth former husband10.0
7) Current husband or current husband from whom she is separated122733.6
8) Current cohabiting partner69118.9
9) First former cohabiting partner2125.8
10) Second former cohabiting partner992.7
11) Third former cohabiting partner320.9
12) Fourth former cohabiting partner80.2
13) First sexual partner3589.8
20) None of the above99227.1
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know10.0
Missing2044
Total3655100.0
653) [If respondent's most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Date (century month) when last had sex with last partner reported in last 12 months (CMLSEX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total41861,419.77652.06
654) CI-6m: [If respondent's most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [MONTH] (P1YLSEX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 13068.1
2) 23098.2
3) 33008.0
4) 43068.1
5) 538810.3
6) 63218.5
7) 73469.2
8) 83268.7
9) 92526.7
10) 103409.0
11) 112807.4
12) 122115.6
13) Winter100.3
14) Spring90.2
15) Summer150.4
16) Fall130.3
98) Refused170.5
99) Don't know140.4
Missing1936
Total3763100.0
655) CI-6y: [If respondent's most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [YEAR] (P1YLSEX_Y)
 TOTAL%
1989) 198910.0
1992) 199210.0
1993) 199310.0
1997) 199710.0
1998) 199830.1
1999) 199930.1
2000) 200050.1
2001) 200150.1
2002) 200240.1
2003) 200370.2
2004) 200430.1
2005) 200580.2
2006) 200660.2
2007) 200770.2
2008) 200870.2
2009) 200990.2
2010) 2010260.7
2011) 2011471.2
2012) 2012882.3
2013) 201366517.7
2014) 2014170645.3
2015) 2015114230.3
9998) Refused140.4
9999) Don't know40.1
Missing1936
Total3763100.0
656) CI-7: [If respondent's most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Do you consider [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER] to be a current sexual partner? (P1YCURRP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes115160.6
5) No73838.9
8) Refused30.2
9) Don't know70.4
Missing3800
Total1899100.0
657) [If respondent reported a sexual partner in the past 12 months:] Whether or not partner is current - last partner in last 12 months (PCURRNT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes323377.2
5) No95322.8
Missing1513
Total4186100.0
658) CI-4: [If respondent reported no sexual partners in the past 12 months or reported 'don't know' or 'refused' or if respondent reported having sexual partners in the past 12 months and respondent reported date of last or only sex with first sexual partner occurred within the last year and this partner has not been flagged as the first partner:] Is [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] the man you told us was your first partner ever? (MATCHFP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4242.9
5) No5556.1
8) Refused11.0
Missing5601
Total98100.0
659) CI-5: [If respondent ever cohabited or married, and respondent reported more than one sexual partner in the past 12 months:] Is [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] any of the following husbands or partners we've already talked about? (MATCHHP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Your first former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]71.7
2) Your second former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]51.2
3) Your third former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]10.2
7) Your current husband, [NAME], married [DATE], still married or your husband, from whom you are separated, married [DATE], still married153.6
8) Your current partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], still living together20.5
9) Your first former partner [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]4911.9
10) Your second cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]235.6
11) Your third cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]92.2
12) Your fourth cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]20.5
20) None of the above30072.6
Missing5286
Total413100.0
660) [If respondent had ever had sex with a man and respondent had two or more partners in lifetime that she had not married or lived with and respondent had two or more partners in the past 12 months and if it was a first partner, it was within the past 12 months or respondent had ever married or cohabited:] Relationship of respondent to second-to-last partner in last 12 months (P1YRELP2)
 TOTAL%
1) First former husband71.4
2) Second former husband51.0
3) Third former husband10.2
7) Current husband or current husband from whom she is separated153.1
8) Current cohabiting partner20.4
9) First former cohabiting partner4910.0
10) Second former cohabiting partner234.7
11) Third former cohabiting partner91.8
12) Fourth former cohabiting partner20.4
13) First sexual partner428.6
20) None of the above33468.2
98) Refused10.2
Missing5209
Total490100.0
661) [If respondent's second most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Date (century month) when last had sex with second-to-last partner reported in last 12 months (CMLSEX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6911,408.54567.81
662) CI-6m: [If respondent's second most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [MONTH] (P1YLSEX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 17211.1
2) 2436.6
3) 3528.0
4) 4528.0
5) 5568.6
6) 6456.9
7) 7517.9
8) 8528.0
9) 9497.6
10) 10507.7
11) 11467.1
12) 12619.4
13) Winter40.6
14) Spring60.9
15) Summer30.5
16) Fall10.2
98) Refused20.3
99) Don't know40.6
Missing5050
Total649100.0
663) CI-6y: [If respondent's second most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [YEAR] (P1YLSEX_Y2)
 TOTAL%
1989) 198910.2
2009) 200910.2
2010) 201020.3
2011) 201130.5
2012) 2012162.5
2013) 201320030.8
2014) 201431448.4
2015) 201510916.8
9998) Refused20.3
9999) Don't know10.2
Missing5050
Total649100.0
664) CI-7: [If respondent's second most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Do you consider [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] to be a current sexual partner? (P1YCURRP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes457.1
5) No58692.9
Missing5068
Total631100.0
665) [If respondent reported more than one sexual partner in the past 12 months:] Whether or not partner is current [SECOND-TO-LAST PARTNER IN LAST 12 MONTHS] (PCURRNT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes639.1
5) No62890.9
Missing5008
Total691100.0
666) CI-4: [If respondent reported no sexual partners in the past 12 months or reported 'don't know' or 'refused' or if respondent reported having sexual partners in the past 12 months and respondent reported date of last or only sex with first sexual partner occurred within the last year and this partner has not been flagged as the first partner:] Is [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] the man you told us was your first partner ever? (MATCHFP3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1946.3
5) No2253.7
Missing5658
Total41100.0
667) CI-5: [If respondent ever cohabited or married, and respondent reported more than two sexual partners in the past 12 months:] Is [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] any of the following husbands or partners we've already talked about? (MATCHHP3)
 TOTAL%
1) Your first former husband, [NAME], married [DATE], marriage ended [DATE]10.6
7) Your current husband, [NAME], married [DATE], still married or your husband, from whom you are separated, married [DATE], still married10.6
9) Your first former partner [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]116.7
10) Your second cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]84.9
11) Your third cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]63.7
12) Your fourth cohabiting partner, [NAME], began living together [DATE], stopped living together [DATE]21.2
20) None of the above13582.3
Missing5535
Total164100.0
668) [If respondent had ever had sex with a man and respondent had three or more partners in lifetime that she had not married or lived with and respondent had three or more partners in the past 12 months and if it was a first partner, it was within the past 12 months or respondent had ever married or cohabited:] Relationship of respondent to third-to-last partner in last 12 months (P1YRELP3)
 TOTAL%
1) First former husband10.5
7) Current husband or current husband from whom she is separated10.5
9) First former cohabiting partner115.6
10) Second former cohabiting partner84.1
11) Third former cohabiting partner63.1
12) Fourth former cohabiting partner21.0
13) First sexual partner199.7
20) None of the above14775.4
Missing5504
Total195100.0
669) [If respondent's third most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Date (century month) when last had sex with third-to-last partner reported in last 12 months (CMLSEX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2741,463.18899.96
670) CI-6m: [If respondent's third most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [MONTH] (P1YLSEX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 1259.8
2) 2207.8
3) 3155.9
4) 4176.7
5) 5218.2
6) 6249.4
7) 7197.5
8) 8207.8
9) 92610.2
10) 10155.9
11) 11145.5
12) 122811.0
14) Spring10.4
15) Summer41.6
16) Fall10.4
98) Refused10.4
99) Don't know41.6
Missing5444
Total255100.0
671) CI-6y: [If respondent's third most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] In what month and year did you last have sexual intercourse with [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER]? [YEAR] (P1YLSEX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
1987) 198710.4
2009) 200920.8
2010) 201010.4
2012) 2012124.7
2013) 20138934.9
2014) 201411745.9
2015) 20153011.8
9998) Refused10.4
9999) Don't know20.8
Missing5444
Total255100.0
672) CI-7: [If respondent's third most recent sexual partner is not her first partner:] Do you consider [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] to be a current sexual partner? (P1YCURRP3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes187.1
5) No23392.1
9) Don't know20.8
Missing5446
Total253100.0
673) [If respondent reported more than two sexual partners in the past 12 months:] Whether or not partner is current [THIRD-TO-LAST PARTNER IN LAST 12 MONTHS] (PCURRNT3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes217.7
5) No25392.3
Missing5425
Total274100.0
674) CI-8: [If respondent's most recent partner is not current and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner and is not a first partner:] I have a few more questions about [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER]. At the time you last had sexual intercourse with him, how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YOTHREL)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him172.3
2) Engaged to him304.0
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged628.2
4) Going with him or going steady24131.9
5) Going out with him once in a while13117.4
6) Just friends18724.8
7) Had just met him263.4
8) Something else577.5
98) Refused20.3
99) Don't know20.3
Missing4944
Total755100.0
675) CI-9: [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Now I have a few more questions about [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER]. Thinking now of [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER], how old were you when you first had sexual intercourse with him? (P1YRAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total375825.668.52
676) CI-10: [If respondent is 18 years or older or respondent is less than 18 years old and her most recent sexual partner is not a current partner or she reported having no sexual partners in the past 12 months:] And how old was he when you first had sexual intercourse with him? [MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YHSAGE)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total371629.1911.27
677) CI-11: [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] At the time you first had sexual intercourse with [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER], how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YRF)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him621.6
2) Engaged to him942.5
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged1644.4
4) Going with him or going steady196952.4
5) Going out with him once in a while56915.1
6) Just friends63917.0
7) Had just met him1955.2
8) Something else601.6
98) Refused40.1
99) Don't know20.1
Missing1941
Total3758100.0
678) CI-12m: [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [MONTH] [MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 12857.6
2) 22757.3
3) 32476.6
4) 42697.2
5) 52867.6
6) 63098.2
7) 72897.7
8) 82657.1
9) 92787.4
10) 102967.9
11) 112687.1
12) 122877.6
13) Winter581.5
14) Spring471.3
15) Summer1032.7
16) Fall531.4
96) Only had sex once with this partner491.3
98) Refused110.3
99) Don't know832.2
Missing1941
Total3758100.0
679) CI-12y: [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [YEAR] [MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37092,131.12983.08
680) [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first sex with last partner in last 12 months (CMFSEX)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37581,551.471,440.83
681) [If respondent's most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first or only sex with last partner in past 12 months (CMFSEXTOT)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37581,438.781,064.78
682) CI-13: [If respondent's most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] What is the highest level of education he has completed? [MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YEDUC)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school13111.4
2) High school graduate or GED46340.3
3) Some college but no degree22919.9
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)948.2
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)16714.5
6) Graduate or professional school403.5
9) Don't know262.3
Missing4549
Total1150100.0
683) [If respondent's most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] Multiple races reported for most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YMULT1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported332.9
2) No, multiple races not reported108894.6
3) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused292.5
Missing4549
Total1150100.0
684) [If respondent's most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] RACE-recode-like variable for most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Black48442.1
2) White57950.3
3) Other585.0
4) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused292.5
Missing4549
Total1150100.0
685) [If respondent's most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YHRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic23720.6
2) Non-Hispanic White41536.1
3) Non-Hispanic Black46540.4
4) Non-Hispanic other302.6
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused30.3
Missing4549
Total1150100.0
686) [If respondent's most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YNRACE1)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic23720.6
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race40735.4
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race44939.0
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race544.7
5) Not applicable / Don't know / Refused30.3
Missing4549
Total1150100.0
687) CI-17: [If the most recent partner is a current partner and the relationship has lasted more than one month and respondent is not currently separated from this husband:] How would you describe your current relationship with [NAME OF MOST RECENT PARTNER]? (P1YRN)
 TOTAL%
2) Engaged to him727.7
4) Going with him or going steady59063.2
5) Going out with him once in a while10811.6
6) Just friends11111.9
7) Had just met him20.2
8) Something else505.4
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4765
Total934100.0
688) CI-8: [If respondent's second most recent partner is not current and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner and is not a first partner:] I have a few more questions about [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER]. At the time you last had sexual intercourse with him, how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YOTHREL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him40.7
2) Engaged to him101.7
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged345.8
4) Going with him or going steady15726.7
5) Going out with him once in a while8113.8
6) Just friends23339.7
7) Had just met him274.6
8) Something else406.8
99) Don't know10.2
Missing5112
Total587100.0
689) CI-9: [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Now I have a few more questions about [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER]. Thinking now of [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER], how old were you when you first had sexual intercourse with him? (P1YRAGE2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total64925.238.15
690) CI-10: [If respondent is 18 years or older or respondent is less than 18 years old and her second most recent sexual partner is not a current partner or she reported having no sexual partners in the past 12 months:] And how old was he when you first had sexual intercourse with him? [SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YHSAGE2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total64629.1213.93
691) CI-11: [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] At the time you first had sexual intercourse with [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER], how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YRF2)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him30.5
2) Engaged to him30.5
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged142.2
4) Going with him or going steady20231.1
5) Going out with him once in a while9514.6
6) Just friends25739.6
7) Had just met him599.1
8) Something else162.5
Missing5050
Total649100.0
692) CI-12m: [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [MONTH] [SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 1578.8
2) 2426.5
3) 3436.6
4) 4406.2
5) 5487.4
6) 6548.3
7) 7416.3
8) 8446.8
9) 9497.6
10) 10609.2
11) 11558.5
12) 12426.5
13) Winter60.9
14) Spring10.2
15) Summer172.6
16) Fall30.5
96) Only had sex once with this partner335.1
98) Refused10.2
99) Don't know132.0
Missing5050
Total649100.0
693) CI-12y: [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [YEAR] [SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6162,063.72642.04
694) [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first sex with second-to-last partner in last 12 months (CMFSEX2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6491,841.782,007.02
695) [If respondent's second most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first or only sex with second-to-last partner in past 12 months (CMFSEXTOT2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total6491,403.34678.71
696) CI-13: [If respondent's second most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] What is the highest level of education he has completed? [SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YEDUC2)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school1022.2
2) High school graduate or GED1635.6
3) Some college but no degree48.9
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)48.9
5) Four-year college graduate (e.g., BA, BS)613.3
6) Graduate or professional school36.7
9) Don't know24.4
Missing5654
Total45100.0
697) [If respondent's second most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] Multiple races reported for second most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YMULT2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes, multiple races reported36.7
2) No, multiple races not reported4293.3
Missing5654
Total45100.0
698) [If respondent's second most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] RACE-recode-like variable for second most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Black2248.9
2) White2146.7
3) Other24.4
Missing5654
Total45100.0
699) [If respondent's second most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for second most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YHRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic511.1
2) Non-Hispanic White1737.8
3) Non-Hispanic Black2146.7
4) Non-Hispanic other24.4
Missing5654
Total45100.0
700) [If respondent's second most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for second most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YNRACE2)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic511.1
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race1737.8
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race2044.4
4) Non-Hispanic other or multiple race36.7
Missing5654
Total45100.0
701) CI-17: [If second most recent partner is a current partner and the relationship has lasted more than one month and respondent is not currently separated from this husband:] How would you describe your current relationship with [NAME OF SECOND MOST RECENT PARTNER]? (P1YRN2)
 TOTAL%
4) Going with him or going steady617.1
5) Going out with him once in a while822.9
6) Just friends1337.1
7) Had just met him12.9
8) Something else720.0
Missing5664
Total35100.0
702) CI-8: [If respondent's third most recent partner is not current and is not respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner and is not a first partner:] I have a few more questions about [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER]. At the time you last had sexual intercourse with him, how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YOTHREL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Married to him20.8
2) Engaged to him41.7
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged93.8
4) Going with him or going steady4418.6
5) Going out with him once in a while3514.8
6) Just friends9841.4
7) Had just met him218.9
8) Something else229.3
99) Don't know20.8
Missing5462
Total237100.0
703) CI-9: [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Now I have a few more questions about [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER]. Thinking now of [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER], how old were you when you first had sexual intercourse with him? (P1YRAGE3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total25626.5012.36
704) CI-10: [If respondent is 18 years or older or respondent is less than 18 years old and her third most recent sexual partner is not a current partner or she reported having no sexual partners in the past 12 months:] And how old was he when you first had sexual intercourse with him? [THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YHSAGE3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total25632.8519.65
705) CI-11: [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] At the time you first had sexual intercourse with [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER], how would you describe your relationship with him? (P1YRF3)
 TOTAL%
2) Engaged to him10.4
3) Living together in a sexual relationship, but not engaged31.2
4) Going with him or going steady5822.7
5) Going out with him once in a while4316.8
6) Just friends10239.8
7) Had just met him3714.5
8) Something else103.9
99) Don't know20.8
Missing5443
Total256100.0
706) CI-12m: [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [MONTH] [THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 1197.4
2) 2197.4
3) 3166.3
4) 4145.5
5) 5197.4
6) 6218.2
7) 7166.3
8) 8249.4
9) 9228.6
10) 10187.0
11) 11155.9
12) 12135.1
13) Winter20.8
14) Spring41.6
15) Summer72.7
16) Fall31.2
96) Only had sex once with this partner155.9
99) Don't know93.5
Missing5443
Total256100.0
707) CI-12y: [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] In what month and year did you have sexual intercourse with him for the first time? [YEAR] [THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YFSEX_Y3)
 TOTAL%
1987) 198710.4
1994) 199410.4
1996) 199610.4
1999) 199910.4
2000) 200010.4
2004) 200420.8
2005) 200541.7
2006) 200620.8
2007) 200731.3
2008) 200831.3
2009) 200993.8
2010) 201093.8
2011) 2011135.4
2012) 20122510.4
2013) 20137832.5
2014) 20146727.9
2015) 2015135.4
9999) Don't know72.9
Missing5459
Total240100.0
708) [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first sex with third-to-last partner in last 12 months (CMFSEX3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2552,097.592,432.39
709) [If respondent's third most recent partner is not her first sexual partner:] Date (century month) of first or only sex with third-to-last partner in past 12 months (CMFSEXTOT3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total2551,590.421,416.00
710) CI-13: [If respondent's third most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] What is the highest level of education he has completed? [THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER] (P1YEDUC3)
 TOTAL%
1) Less than high school316.7
2) High school graduate or GED527.8
3) Some college but no degree211.1
4) Two-year college degree (e.g., Associate's degree)211.1
6) Graduate or professional school316.7
9) Don't know316.7
Missing5681
Total18100.0
711) [If respondent's third most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] Multiple races reported for third most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YMULT3)
 TOTAL%
2) No, multiple races not reported18100.0
Missing5681
Total18100.0
712) [If respondent's third most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] RACE-recode-like variable for third most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Black738.9
2) White1161.1
Missing5681
Total18100.0
713) [If respondent's third most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE-recode-like variable for third most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YHRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic15.6
2) Non-Hispanic White1055.6
3) Non-Hispanic Black738.9
Missing5681
Total18100.0
714) [If respondent's third most recent partner is a current partner and is not respondent's current husband or separated husband or cohabiting partner:] HISPRACE2-recode-like variable for third most recent sexual partner in last 12 months (P1YNRACE3)
 TOTAL%
1) Hispanic15.6
2) Non-Hispanic White, single race1055.6
3) Non-Hispanic Black, single race738.9
Missing5681
Total18100.0
715) CI-17: [If third most recent partner is a current partner and the relationship has lasted more than one month and respondent is not currently separated from this husband:] How would you describe your current relationship with [NAME OF THIRD MOST RECENT PARTNER]? (P1YRN3)
 TOTAL%
2) Engaged to him19.1
4) Going with him or going steady218.2
5) Going out with him once in a while218.2
6) Just friends436.4
7) Had just met him19.1
8) Something else19.1
Missing5688
Total11100.0
716) Number of current male sexual partners-including current husband or partner (CURRPRTT)
 TOTAL%
0) None181631.9
1) One partner382867.2
2) 2510.9
3) 340.1
Total5699100.0
717) Number of current male sexual partners - not including husbands or cohabiting partners (CURRPRTS)
 TOTAL%
0) None436076.5
1) One partner130022.8
2) 2360.6
3) 330.1
Total5699100.0
718) [If respondent is under age 18 years of age and has ever had sex with a man and respondent reported her most recent current sexual partner is not a husband or cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) of last or only sex with current partner one (for respondents 15 through 17 only) (CMCURRP1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total721,374.837.44
719) [If respondent is under age 18 years of age and has ever had sex with a man and respondent reported her second most recent current sexual partner is not a husband or cohabiting partner:] Date (century month) of last or only sex with current partner two (for respondents 15 through 17 only) (CMCURRP2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total31,374.331.53
720) DA-1: Have you ever had both of your tubes tied, cut, or removed? This procedure is often called a tubal ligation or tubal sterilization (EVERTUBS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes67311.8
3) If volunteered: Operation failed30.1
4) If volunteered: Had Essure procedure70.1
5) No501187.9
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know40.1
Total5699100.0
721) DA-1b: [If respondent reported that her tubal sterilization failed, reported that she didn't have a tubal sterilization, or responded 'don't know' or 'refused' about tubal sterilization:] Have you ever had a tubal sterilization procedure called 'Essure'? This is not generally considered an operation, but it makes it impossible for you to have a baby (ESSURE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes260.5
5) No499199.4
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing680
Total5019100.0
722) DA-2: [If respondent is not currently pregnant:] Have you ever had a hysterectomy, that is, surgery to remove your uterus? (EVERHYST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1643.0
5) No528497.0
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Missing249
Total5450100.0
723) DA-3: [If respondent is not currently pregnant:] Have you ever had both of your ovaries removed? (EVEROVRS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes561.0
5) No539098.9
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know30.1
Missing249
Total5450100.0
724) DA-4: Have you ever had any other operation that makes it impossible for you to have a(nother) baby? (EVEROTHR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes791.4
5) No560898.4
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know110.2
Total5699100.0
725) DA-5a: [If respondent reported another female sterilizing operation and respondent volunteers this information:] Respondent interviewer checkpoint: Record if any of the following mentioned: (WHTOOPRC)
 TOTAL%
1) Operation affects only one tube45.1
3) Some other operation4151.9
4) Other sterilizing operation3038.0
9) Don't know45.1
Missing5620
Total79100.0
726) DA-6: [If respondent mentions that only one tube or ovary was affected:] Many women who have only (one tube tied / one ovary removed) can still have babies because they are not completely sterile. As far as you know, are you completely sterile from this operation, that is, does it make it impossible for you to have a baby in the future? (ONOTFUNC)
 TOTAL%
5) No4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
727) DA-7: [If WHTOOPRC = 3 (Some other operation):] As far as you know, are you completely sterile from this operation, that is, does it make it impossible for you to have a baby in the future? (DFNLSTRL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2458.5
5) No1741.5
Missing5658
Total41100.0
728) [If respondent has reported a value other than 'don't know' or 'refused' on either EVERTUBS or ESSURE:] Whether respondent has ever had a tubal sterilization, regardless of reversal (ANYTUBAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes70612.4
5) No499187.6
Missing2
Total5697100.0
729) Respondent is surgically sterile at interview due to hysterectomy (HYST)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1642.9
5) No553597.1
Total5699100.0
730) Respondent is surgically sterile at interview due to ovary removal (OVAREM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes561.0
5) No564399.0
Total5699100.0
731) Respondent is surgically sterile at interview due to other female operation (OTHR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes540.9
5) No564599.1
Total5699100.0
732) [If respondent answered yes or no to all questions on receipt of female sterilization operations:] Whether respondent has had any sterilizing operations or procedures, regardless of later reversal (ANYFSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes80714.2
5) No489085.8
Missing2
Total5697100.0
733) DA-8: [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Has [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] ever had a vasectomy or any other operation that would make it impossible for him to father a baby in the future? (ANYOPSMN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1847.3
5) No232092.5
9) Don't know50.2
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
734) DA-9: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a sterilization operation:] What type of operation did [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have? (WHATOPSM)
 TOTAL%
1) Vasectomy18198.4
2) Other operation21.1
5) If volunteered: Operation failed10.5
Missing5515
Total184100.0
735) DA-10: [If respondent reported some other male sterilizing operation for her current husband or cohabiting partner:] As far as you know, is he completely sterile from this operation, that is, does it make it impossible for him to father a baby in the future? (DFNLSTRM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
736) [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Respondent's current husband / partner ever had sterilizing operation regardless of reversal (ANYMSTER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1837.3
5) No232692.7
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
737) [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Respondent's current husband / partner ever had a vasectomy, regardless of later reversal (ANYVAS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1817.2
5) No232892.8
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
738) [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner ever had any other sterilizing operation (OTHRM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes20.1
2) No250999.9
Missing3188
Total2511100.0
739) DB-1m: [If tubal sterilization was reported:] When did you have your tubal sterilization? [MONTH] (DATFEMOP_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 1507.1
2) 2608.5
3) 3527.4
4) 4507.1
5) 5679.5
6) 6598.4
7) 7375.2
8) 8689.6
9) 9659.2
10) 10608.5
11) 11547.6
12) 12517.2
13) Winter50.7
14) Spring71.0
15) Summer60.8
16) Fall40.6
99) Don't know111.6
Missing4993
Total706100.0
740) DB-1y: [If tubal sterilization was reported:] When did you have your tubal sterilization? [YEAR] (DATFEMOP_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7062,017.63300.87
741) [If tubal sterilization was reported:] Date (century month) for respondent's tubal sterilization (CMTUBLIG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total7061,294.58335.59
742) DB-2: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] Please tell me where this operation was performed [TUBAL STERILIZATION] (PLCFEMOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office186.1
2) HMO facility31.0
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic10.3
5) Employer or company clinic10.3
6) School or school-based10.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic7224.6
8) Hospital emergency room124.1
9) Hospital regular room18262.1
10) Urgent care center, urgi-care or walk-in facility10.3
20) Some other place20.7
Missing5406
Total293100.0
743) DB-2a: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years and respondent reported any hospital site for the operation:] When you had your tubal sterilization, did you stay overnight in the hospital? (INPATIEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes17264.7
5) No9435.3
Missing5433
Total266100.0
744) DB-2b: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [FIRST MENTION FOR TUBAL STERILIZATION] (PAYRSTER1)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance12041.0
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment124.1
3) Medicaid15251.9
4) No payment required72.4
5) Some other way10.3
9) Don't know10.3
Missing5406
Total293100.0
745) DB-2b: [If more than one form of payment was reported for tubal sterilization in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [SECOND MENTION FOR TUBAL STERILIZATION] (PAYRSTER2)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance45.1
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment6583.3
3) Medicaid79.0
4) No payment required11.3
5) Some other way11.3
Missing5621
Total78100.0
746) DB-3a: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] At the time you had your tubal sterilization, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes25386.3
5) No4013.7
Missing5406
Total293100.0
747) DB-3b: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] And what about your (husband / partner / husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your tubal sterilization, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes21272.4
5) No5017.1
6) If volunteered: Respondent was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had this operation217.2
9) Don't know103.4
Missing5406
Total293100.0
748) DB-4: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal sterilization? [FIRST MENTION] (FMEDREAS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs258.5
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health3813.0
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy31.0
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child72.4
5) Some other medical reason155.1
6) No medical reason for operation20570.0
Missing5406
Total293100.0
749) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than one medical reason for her tubal sterilization in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal sterilization? [SECOND MENTION] (FMEDREAS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs25.9
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health1029.4
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy1338.2
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child38.8
5) Some other medical reason617.6
Missing5665
Total34100.0
750) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than two medical reasons for her tubal sterilization in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal sterilization? [THIRD MENTION] (FMEDREAS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs18.3
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health216.7
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy433.3
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child325.0
5) Some other medical reason216.7
Missing5687
Total12100.0
751) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than three medical reasons for her tubal sterilization in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your tubal sterilization? [FOURTH MENTION] (FMEDREAS4)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child250.0
5) Some other medical reason250.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
752) DB-5a: [If tubal sterilization was reported in last five years:] At the time you had your tubal sterilization, had (you or your husband / you or your partner / you or your husband or partner / you) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3913.3
5) No22175.4
6) No, not using any method at the time3311.3
Missing5406
Total293100.0
753) DB-5b: [If respondent reported problems with her method(s) of birth control as a reason for her tubal sterilization:] Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? [TUBAL STERILIZATION] (BCWHYF)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem1230.8
2) Some other reason2564.1
3) Both25.1
Missing5660
Total39100.0
754) DB-6: [If respondent reported more than one type of reason for her tubal sterilization:] You mentioned that the reasons for your tubal sterilization were that... [ONLY DISPLAYS REASONS REPORTED FOR THIS OPERATION]. Which one of these was the main reason that you had your tubal sterilization? (MINCDNNR)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted15166.2
2) Your husband or partner had all the children he wanted167.0
3) Medical reasons4118.0
4) Problems with other methods of birth control73.1
5) Some other reason not mentioned above93.9
9) Don't know41.8
Missing5471
Total228100.0
755) DB-1m: [If hysterectomy was reported:] When did you have your hysterectomy? [MONTH] (DATFEMOP_M2)
 TOTAL%
1) 11911.6
2) 2116.7
3) 3148.5
4) 4137.9
5) 5148.5
6) 61911.6
7) 795.5
8) 8137.9
9) 953.0
10) 101911.6
11) 1174.3
12) 12116.7
13) Winter21.2
14) Spring10.6
15) Summer31.8
16) Fall21.2
99) Don't know21.2
Missing5535
Total164100.0
756) DB-1y: [If hysterectomy was reported:] When did you have your hysterectomy? [YEAR] (DATFEMOP_Y2)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1642,056.56624.03
757) [If hysterectomy was reported:] Date (century month) for respondent's hysterectomy (CMHYST)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1641,353.01682.69
758) DB-2: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] Please tell me where this operation was performed [HYSTERECTOMY] (PLCFEMOP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office22.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic1415.6
8) Hospital emergency room22.2
9) Hospital regular room7178.9
20) Some other place11.1
Missing5609
Total90100.0
759) DB-2b: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [FIRST MENTION FOR HYSTERECTOMY] (PAYRSTER6)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance6370.0
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment22.2
3) Medicaid2123.3
4) No payment required33.3
9) Don't know11.1
Missing5609
Total90100.0
760) DB-2b: [If more than one form of payment was reported for hysterectomy in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [SECOND MENTION FOR HYSTERECTOMY] (PAYRSTER7)
 TOTAL%
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment4697.9
4) No payment required12.1
Missing5652
Total47100.0
761) DB-3a: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] At the time you had your hysterectomy, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes6572.2
5) No2527.8
Missing5609
Total90100.0
762) DB-3b: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] And what about your (husband / partner / husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had your hysterectomy, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5763.3
5) No1617.8
6) If volunteered: Respondent was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had this operation1617.8
9) Don't know11.1
Missing5609
Total90100.0
763) DB-4: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? [FIRST MENTION] (FMEDREAS7)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs7684.4
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health22.2
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child11.1
5) Some other medical reason88.9
6) No medical reason for operation33.3
Missing5609
Total90100.0
764) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than one medical reason for her hysterectomy in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? [SECOND MENTION] (FMEDREAS8)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health1066.7
5) Some other medical reason533.3
Missing5684
Total15100.0
765) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than two medical reasons for her hysterectomy in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? [THIRD MENTION] (FMEDREAS9)
 TOTAL%
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy480.0
5) Some other medical reason120.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
766) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than three medical reasons for her hysterectomy in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having your hysterectomy? [FOURTH MENTION] (FMEDREAS10)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
767) DB-5a: [If hysterectomy was reported in last five years:] At the time you had your hysterectomy, had (you or your husband / you or your partner / you or your husband or partner / you) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes44.4
5) No7684.4
6) No, not using any method at the time1011.1
Missing5609
Total90100.0
768) DB-5b: [If respondent reported problems with her method(s) of birth control as a reason for her hysterectomy:] Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? [HYSTERECTOMY] (BCWHYF2)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem375.0
2) Some other reason125.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
769) DB-6: [If respondent reported more than one type of reason for her hysterectomy:] You mentioned that the reasons for your hysterectomy were that... [ONLY DISPLAYS REASONS REPORTED FOR THIS OPERATION]. Which one of these was the main reason that you had your hysterectomy? (MINCDNNR2)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted56.9
3) Medical reasons6488.9
4) Problems with other methods of birth control11.4
5) Some other reason not mentioned above22.8
Missing5627
Total72100.0
770) DB-1m: [If ovary removal was reported:] When did you have ovaries removed? [MONTH] (DATFEMOP_M3)
 TOTAL%
1) 147.1
2) 258.9
3) 358.9
4) 4712.5
5) 5610.7
6) 623.6
7) 7610.7
8) 823.6
9) 923.6
10) 10916.1
11) 1135.4
12) 1223.6
13) Winter11.8
16) Fall11.8
99) Don't know11.8
Missing5643
Total56100.0
771) DB-1y: [If ovary removal was reported:] When did you have ovaries removed? [YEAR] (DATFEMOP_Y3)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total562,007.615.60
772) [If ovary removal was reported:] Date (century month) for respondent's ovary removal (CMOVAREM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total561,297.3467.68
773) DB-2: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] Please tell me where this operation was performed [OVARY REMOVAL] (PLCFEMOP3)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office13.1
7) Hospital outpatient clinic618.8
9) Hospital regular room2578.1
Missing5667
Total32100.0
774) DB-2b: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [FIRST MENTION FOR OVARY REMOVAL] (PAYRSTER11)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance2062.5
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment412.5
3) Medicaid825.0
Missing5667
Total32100.0
775) DB-2b: [If more than one form of payment was reported for ovary removal in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [SECOND MENTION FOR OVARY REMOVAL] (PAYRSTER12)
 TOTAL%
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment1386.7
3) Medicaid213.3
Missing5684
Total15100.0
776) DB-3a: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] At the time you had ovaries removed, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2165.6
5) No1134.4
Missing5667
Total32100.0
777) DB-3b: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] And what about your (husband / partner / husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had ovaries removed, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1650.0
5) No1031.3
6) If volunteered: Respondent was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had this operation618.8
Missing5667
Total32100.0
778) DB-4: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having ovaries removed? [FIRST MENTION] (FMEDREAS13)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs2784.4
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child13.1
5) Some other medical reason39.4
6) No medical reason for operation13.1
Missing5667
Total32100.0
779) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than one medical reason for her ovary removal in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having ovaries removed? [SECOND MENTION] (FMEDREAS14)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health675.0
5) Some other medical reason225.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
780) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than two medical reasons for her ovary removal in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having ovaries removed? [THIRD MENTION] (FMEDREAS15)
 TOTAL%
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy266.7
5) Some other medical reason133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
781) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than three medical reasons for her ovary removal in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having ovaries removed? [FOURTH MENTION] (FMEDREAS16)
 TOTAL%
4) You would probably have an unhealthy child1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
782) DB-5a: [If ovary removal was reported in last five years:] At the time you had ovaries removed, had (you or your husband / you or your partner / you or your husband or partner / you) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes39.4
5) No2475.0
6) No, not using any method at the time515.6
Missing5667
Total32100.0
783) DB-5b: [If respondent reported problems with her method(s) of birth control as a reason for her ovary removal:] Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? [OVARY REMOVAL] (BCWHYF3)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem266.7
2) Some other reason133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
784) DB-6: [If respondent reported more than one type of reason for her ovary removal:] You mentioned that the reasons for ovaries removed were that... [ONLY DISPLAYS REASONS REPORTED FOR THIS OPERATION]. Which one of these was the main reason that you had ovaries removed? (MINCDNNR3)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted14.3
3) Medical reasons1982.6
4) Problems with other methods of birth control14.3
5) Some other reason not mentioned above28.7
Missing5676
Total23100.0
785) DB-1m: [If other female sterilization operation was reported:] When did you have operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? [MONTH] (DATFEMOP_M4)
 TOTAL%
1) 123.7
2) 247.4
3) 359.3
4) 435.6
5) 5713.0
6) 635.6
7) 759.3
8) 823.7
9) 9611.1
10) 1023.7
11) 1147.4
12) 12814.8
15) Summer11.9
16) Fall11.9
99) Don't know11.9
Missing5645
Total54100.0
786) DB-1y: [If other female sterilization operation was reported:] When did you have operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? [YEAR] (DATFEMOP_Y4)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total542,008.175.98
787) [If other female sterilization operation was reported:] Date (century month) for respondent's other female sterilizing operation (CMOTSURG)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total541,305.0072.57
788) DB-2: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] Please tell me where this operation was performed [OTHER FEMALE OPERATION] (PLCFEMOP4)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office411.8
7) Hospital outpatient clinic2367.6
9) Hospital regular room720.6
Missing5665
Total34100.0
789) DB-2b: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [FIRST MENTION FOR OTHER FEMALE OPERATION] (PAYRSTER16)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance2058.8
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment38.8
3) Medicaid1132.4
Missing5665
Total34100.0
790) DB-2b: [If more than one form of payment was reported for other female sterilization operation in last five years:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for this operation was paid [SECOND MENTION FOR OTHER FEMALE OPERATION] (PAYRSTER17)
 TOTAL%
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment1191.7
3) Medicaid18.3
Missing5687
Total12100.0
791) DB-3a: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] At the time you had operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALL4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2779.4
5) No617.6
9) Don't know12.9
Missing5665
Total34100.0
792) DB-3b: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] And what about your (husband / partner / husband or partner) (at the time)? At the time you had operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALL4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes2676.5
5) No411.8
6) If volunteered: Respondent was not in a relationship with a man at the time she had this operation411.8
Missing5665
Total34100.0
793) DB-4: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? [FIRST MENTION] (FMEDREAS19)
 TOTAL%
1) Medical problems with your female organs2161.8
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health411.8
5) Some other medical reason411.8
6) No medical reason for operation514.7
Missing5665
Total34100.0
794) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than one medical reason for her other female sterilization operation in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? [SECOND MENTION] (FMEDREAS20)
 TOTAL%
2) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health375.0
5) Some other medical reason125.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
795) DB-4: [If respondent reported more than two medical reasons for her other female sterilization operation in last five years:] Did you have any of these medical reasons for having operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? [THIRD MENTION] (FMEDREAS21)
 TOTAL%
3) You would probably lose a pregnancy1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
796) DB-5a: [If other female sterilization operation was reported in last five years:] At the time you had operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby, had (you or your husband / you or your partner / you or your husband or partner / you) been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREAS4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes25.9
5) No3088.2
6) No, not using any method at the time25.9
Missing5665
Total34100.0
797) DB-5b: [If respondent reported problems with her method(s) of birth control as a reason for her other female sterilization operation:] Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? [OTHER FEMALE OPERATION] (BCWHYF4)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
798) DB-6: [If respondent reported more than one type of reason for her other female sterilization operation:] You mentioned that the reasons for operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby were that... [ONLY DISPLAYS REASONS REPORTED FOR THIS OPERATION]. Which one of these was the main reason that you had operation that made it impossible for you to have a baby? (MINCDNNR4)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted724.1
2) Your husband or partner had all the children he wanted13.4
3) Medical reasons2172.4
Missing5670
Total29100.0
799) [If respondent has ever had a female sterilization operation:] Date (century month) for respondent's first (or only) sterilizing operation (CMOPER1)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total8061,283.6970.78
800) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both a tubal sterilization and a hysterectomy:] Did you have the tubal sterilization and hysterectomy in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF TUBAL STERILIZATION], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME1)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes562.5
5) No337.5
Missing5691
Total8100.0
801) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both a tubal sterilization and an ovary removal:] Did you have the tubal sterilization and ovary removal in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF TUBAL STERILIZATION], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME2)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes266.7
5) No133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
802) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both a tubal sterilization and another female sterilization operation:] Did you have the tubal sterilization and other female sterilizing operation in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF TUBAL STERILIZATION], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME3)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes990.0
5) No110.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
803) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both a hysterectomy and an ovary removal:] Did you have the hysterectomy and ovary removal in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF HYSTERECTOMY], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME4)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4591.8
5) No48.2
Missing5650
Total49100.0
804) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both a hysterectomy and another female sterilization operation:] Did you have the hysterectomy and other female sterilizing operation in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF HYSTERECTOMY], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME5)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4100.0
Missing5695
Total4100.0
805) DB-6b: [If respondent reported both an ovary removal and another female sterilization operation:] Did you have the ovary removal and other female sterilizing operation in the same operation in [MONTH / YEAR OF OVARY REMOVAL], or were these separate operations? (OPERSAME6)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes3100.0
Missing5696
Total3100.0
806) DB-7m: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a sterilization operation:] When did [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation)? [MONTH] (DATEOPMN_M)
 TOTAL%
1) 173.8
2) 294.9
3) 3126.6
4) 4179.3
5) 5168.7
6) 6179.3
7) 794.9
8) 894.9
9) 973.8
10) 10126.6
11) 1173.8
12) 12116.0
13) Winter31.6
14) Spring42.2
15) Summer63.3
16) Fall31.6
99) Don't know3418.6
Missing5516
Total183100.0
807) DB-7y: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a sterilization operation:] When did [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation)? [YEAR] (DATEOPMN_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1832,487.451,904.82
808) [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a sterilization operation:] Date (century month) for respondent's current husband / partner's vasectomy or other sterilizing operation (CMMALEOP)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total1831,814.342,076.71
809) DB-8: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and before respondent married this husband, or operation occurred in last five years and respondent is cohabiting with this partner:] You may have already told me this, but did he have his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation) before you were in a relationship with him? (WITHIMOP)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1487.5
5) No212.5
Missing5683
Total16100.0
810) DB-8b: [If male sterilization operation occurred during their relationship:] Did he have his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation) since [MONTH / YEAR CORRESPONDING TO JANUARY FOUR YEARS PRIOR TO INTERVIEW]? (VASJAN4YR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes436.4
5) No763.6
Missing5688
Total11100.0
811) DB-9: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] Please tell me where this operation was performed (PLACOPMN)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office5963.4
2) HMO facility66.5
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, or public health clinic33.2
7) Hospital outpatient clinic2021.5
9) Hospital regular room11.1
20) Some other place11.1
99) Don't know33.2
Missing5606
Total93100.0
812) DB-10: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER]'s operation was paid [FIRST MENTION] (PAYMSTER1)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance7580.6
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment66.5
3) Medicaid33.2
4) No payment required22.2
9) Don't know77.5
Missing5606
Total93100.0
813) DB-10: [If more than one form of payment was reported for male sterilization operation that occurred in last five years, and during their relationship:] Please tell me all of the ways in which the bill for [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER]'s operation was paid [SECOND MENTION] (PAYMSTER2)
 TOTAL%
1) Insurance12.1
2) Co-payment or out-of-pocket payment4595.7
3) Medicaid12.1
Missing5652
Total47100.0
814) DB-11a: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] At the time [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] had his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation), had you, yourself, had all the children you wanted? (RHADALLM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes8389.2
5) No99.7
9) Don't know11.1
Missing5606
Total93100.0
815) DB-11b: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] And what about him? At the time he had his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation), had he had all the children he wanted? (HHADALLM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes8894.6
5) No55.4
Missing5606
Total93100.0
816) DB-12: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] Did he have any of these medical reasons for having his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation)? [FIRST MENTION] (MEDREAS1)
 TOTAL%
1) Pregnancy would be dangerous to your health88.6
5) Some other medical reason11.1
6) No medical reason for operation8490.3
Missing5606
Total93100.0
817) DB-12: [If more than one medical reason was reported for male sterilization operation that occurred in last five years, and during their relationship:] Did he have any of these medical reasons for having his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation)? [SECOND MENTION] (MEDREAS2)
 TOTAL%
2) You would probably lose a pregnancy150.0
5) Some other medical reason150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
818) DB-13a: [If male sterilization operation occurred in last five years and it occurred during their relationship:] At the time he had his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation), had you or [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] been having problems with your method or methods of birth control? (BCREASM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes77.5
5) No7984.9
6) No, not using any method at the time55.4
9) Don't know22.2
Missing5606
Total93100.0
819) DB-13b: [If respondent reported birth control reasons for the operation:] Was there a health or medical problem with the method of birth control you or he was using, or did you not like the method for some other reason? (BCWHYM)
 TOTAL%
1) Health or medical problem114.3
2) Some other reason685.7
Missing5692
Total7100.0
820) DB-14: [If respondent reported more than one type of reason for her husband or cohabiting partner's sterilization operation:] You mentioned that the reasons that [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] had his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation) were that.... Which one of these was the main reason that he had his (vasectomy / sterilizing operation)? (MINCDNMN)
 TOTAL%
1) You had all the children you wanted3643.9
2) Your husband or partner had all the children he wanted2834.1
3) Medical reasons44.9
4) Problems with other methods of birth control11.2
5) Some other reason not mentioned above911.0
9) Don't know44.9
Missing5617
Total82100.0
821) DC-1: [If tubal sterilization was reported:] Have you ever had surgery to reverse your tubal sterilization? / Earlier you mentioned that you had your tubal sterilization reversed. Is this correct? (REVSTUBL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes30.4
5) No70399.6
Missing4993
Total706100.0
822) DC-2m: [If respondent reported a reversal of tubal sterilization:] In what month and year did you have your tubal sterilization reversed? [MONTH] (DATRVSTB_M)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total37.002.00
823) DC-2y: [If respondent reported a reversal of tubal sterilization:] In what month and year did you have your tubal sterilization reversed? [YEAR] (DATRVSTB_Y)
 TOTAL%
2008) 2008133.3
2011) 2011133.3
9999) Don't know133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
824) [If respondent reported a reversal of tubal sterilization:] Date (century month) of respondent's reversal of tubal sterilization (CMLIGREV)
 TOTAL%
1305) 1305133.3
1339) 1339133.3
9999) Don't know133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
825) DC-3: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a sterilization operation and if respondent current husband or cohabiting partner had a vasectomy:] Has [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] ever had surgery to reverse his vasectomy? / Earlier you mentioned that [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] has had his vasectomy reversed. Is this correct? (REVSVASX)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes21.1
5) No17998.9
Missing5518
Total181100.0
826) DC-4m: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a vasectomy reversal:] In what month and year did [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have the reversal? [MONTH] (DATRVVEX_M)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total210.001.41
827) DC-4y: [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a vasectomy reversal:] In what month and year did [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have the reversal? [YEAR] (DATRVVEX_Y)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total22,012.502.12
828) [If respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner had a vasectomy reversal:] Date (century month) for respondent's current husband / partner's vasectomy reversal (CMVASREV)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total21,360.0026.87
829) Respondent is surgically sterile at interview due to tubal sterilization, either unreversed or reversal failure (TUBS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes70312.3
5) No499687.7
Total5699100.0
830) [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Respondent's current husband / partner surgically sterile at interview due to vasectomy, either unreversed or reversal failure (VASECT)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1797.1
5) No233092.9
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
831) Whether respondent is surgically sterile at interview (RSURGSTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes80414.1
5) No489585.9
Total5699100.0
832) Whether respondent's current husband / partner is surgically sterile at interview (PSURGSTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1813.2
5) No551896.8
Total5699100.0
833) Whether respondent and husband / partner's only sterilizing operations were tubal sterilization or vasectomy (ONLYTBVS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes74513.1
5) No495486.9
Total5699100.0
834) DC-5: [If respondent's only reported sterilization operations are a tubal sterilization or a vasectomy and respondent is surgically sterile:] As things look to you now, if your tubal sterilization could be reversed safely, would you want to have it reversed? Would you say definitely yes, probably yes, probably no, or definitely no? (RWANTRVT)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes6010.1
2) Probably yes488.1
3) Probably no427.1
4) Definitely no21636.4
7) Not ascertained22638.1
9) Don't know10.2
Missing5106
Total593100.0
835) DC-6: [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting and respondent was asked about her desire for tubal sterilization reversal:] Would [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] like you to have your tubal sterilization reversed? Would you say definitely yes, probably yes, probably no, or definitely no? (MANWANTT)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes6818.5
2) Probably yes3810.4
3) Probably no339.0
4) Definitely no22160.2
9) Don't know71.9
Missing5332
Total367100.0
836) DC-7: [If respondent's only reported sterilization operations are a tubal sterilization or a vasectomy and respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner is surgically sterile:] As things look to you now, if [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER]'s vasectomy could be reversed safely, would you want to have it reversed? Would you say definitely yes, probably yes, probably no, or definitely no? (RWANTREV)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes85.0
2) Probably yes85.0
3) Probably no3421.4
4) Definitely no10968.6
Missing5540
Total159100.0
837) DC-8: [If respondent's only reported sterilization operations are a tubal sterilization or a vasectomy and respondent's current husband or cohabiting partner is surgically sterile:] Would [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] like to have his vasectomy reversed? Would you say definitely yes, probably yes, probably no, or definitely no? (MANWANTR)
 TOTAL%
1) Definitely yes63.8
2) Probably yes138.2
3) Probably no1911.9
4) Definitely no12176.1
Missing5540
Total159100.0
838) DE-1: [If respondent is neither surgically sterile nor pregnant:] Now I have a few more questions about your physical ability to have a(nother) baby at some time in the future. Some women are not physically able to have children. As far as you know, is it physically possible for you, yourself, to have a(nother) baby? (POSIBLPG)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes446796.1
5) No1332.9
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know471.0
Missing1051
Total4648100.0
839) DE-2: [If respondent reported that it is not physically possible for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the main reason it is impossible for you to have a baby in the future? (REASIMPR)
 TOTAL%
1) Impossible due to problems with ovulation3626.9
2) Impossible due to problems with uterus, cervix, or fallopian tubes3324.6
3) Impossible due to other illnesses or treatment for other illnesses such as cancer3324.6
4) Impossible due to menopause118.2
20) Impossible for other reasons1611.9
30) Respondent volunteers it is not impossible for her10.7
98) Refused10.7
99) Don't know32.2
Missing5565
Total134100.0
840) DE-3: [If respondent is neither surgically sterile nor pregnant, she is currently married or cohabiting, and her current husband or cohabiting partner is not surgically sterile:] What about [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER]? As far as you know, is it physically possible for him to father a baby in the future? (POSIBLMN)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes165898.0
5) No201.2
9) Don't know140.8
Missing4007
Total1692100.0
841) DE-4: [If respondent reported that it is not physically possible for her current husband or cohabiting partner to father a(nother) baby in the future:] What is the main reason it is impossible for [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] to father a baby in the future? (REASIMPP)
 TOTAL%
1) Impossible due to problems with sperm or semen945.0
2) Impossible due to testicular problems or varicocele15.0
3) Impossible due to other illnesses or treatment for other illnesses735.0
4) Impossible for other reasons315.0
Missing5679
Total20100.0
842) DF-1: [If respondent did not report it was physically impossible for her to have a(nother) baby:] Some women are physically able to have a(nother) baby, but have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying the baby to term. As far as you know, would you, yourself, have any difficulty getting pregnant (again) or carrying a(nother) baby (after this pregnancy / to term)? (CANHAVER)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes48910.4
5) No415388.1
9) Don't know721.5
Missing985
Total4714100.0
843) DF-2: [If respondent reported that is physically difficult for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? [FIRST MENTION] (REASDIFF1)
 TOTAL%
1) You have difficulty getting pregnant25451.9
2) You have difficulty carrying baby to term11924.3
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health408.2
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby30.6
5) Some other reason7214.7
9) Don't know10.2
Missing5210
Total489100.0
844) DF-2: [If respondent reported more than one reason why it is physically difficult for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? [SECOND MENTION] (REASDIFF2)
 TOTAL%
1) You have difficulty getting pregnant109.5
2) You have difficulty carrying baby to term3937.1
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health2624.8
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby54.8
5) Some other reason2523.8
Missing5594
Total105100.0
845) DF-2: [If respondent reported more than two reasons why it is physically difficult for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? [THIRD MENTION] (REASDIFF3)
 TOTAL%
1) You have difficulty getting pregnant210.5
2) You have difficulty carrying baby to term15.3
3) Pregnancy is dangerous to your health842.1
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby315.8
5) Some other reason526.3
Missing5680
Total19100.0
846) DF-2: [If respondent reported more than three reasons why it is physically difficult for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? [FOURTH MENTION] (REASDIFF4)
 TOTAL%
4) You are likely to have an unhealthy baby350.0
5) Some other reason350.0
Missing5693
Total6100.0
847) DF-2: [If respondent reported more than four reasons why it is physically difficult for her to have a(nother) baby:] What is the reason that it would be difficult for you to have a(nother) baby? [FIFTH MENTION] (REASDIFF5)
 TOTAL%
5) Some other reason1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
848) DF-3: [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting, and respondent did not report that it is physically impossible for her husband or cohabiting partner to father a(nother) baby in the future:] As far as you know, does [NAME OF CURRENT HUSBAND OR COHABITING PARTNER] have any difficulty fathering a baby? (CANHAVEM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes281.5
5) No178798.0
9) Don't know80.4
Missing3876
Total1823100.0
849) DF-4: [If respondent is not surgically sterile:] At any time has a medical doctor ever advised you never to become pregnant (again)? (PREGNONO)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1583.2
5) No473696.8
8) Refused10.0
Missing804
Total4895100.0
850) DF-5: [If respondent reported that a doctor ever advised her never to become pregnant (again):] Tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? [FIRST MENTION] (REASNONO1)
 TOTAL%
1) Dangerous for you10667.1
2) Dangerous for your baby1710.8
3) Some other reason3522.2
Missing5541
Total158100.0
851) DF-5: [If respondent reported that a doctor ever advised her never to become pregnant (again), and respondent reported more than one reason:] Tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? [SECOND MENTION] (REASNONO2)
 TOTAL%
1) Dangerous for you25.0
2) Dangerous for your baby3587.5
3) Some other reason37.5
Missing5659
Total40100.0
852) DF-5: [If respondent reported that a doctor ever advised her never to become pregnant (again), and respondent reported more than two reasons:] Tell me why the doctor advised you not to become pregnant? [THIRD MENTION] (REASNONO3)
 TOTAL%
3) Some other reason1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
853) Respondent's sterility status at time of interview (RSTRSTAT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not sterile476283.6
1) Surgically sterile80414.1
2) Nonsurgically sterile1332.3
Total5699100.0
854) [If respondent is currently married or cohabiting:] Respondent's current husband / partner's sterility status at time of interview (PSTRSTAT)
 TOTAL%
0) Not sterile231092.1
1) Surgically sterile1817.2
2) Nonsurgically sterile180.7
Missing3190
Total2509100.0
855) EA-1: Have you ever used birth control pills? (PILL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes387167.9
5) No182632.0
8) Refused20.0
Total5699100.0
856) EA-2: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever had sex with a partner who used a condom? (CONDOM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes460794.3
5) No2805.7
Missing812
Total4887100.0
857) EA-3: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever had sex with a partner who had a vasectomy? (VASECTMY)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes4739.7
5) No438589.7
9) Don't know290.6
Missing812
Total4887100.0
858) EA-4: Have you ever used Depo-Provera, an injectable (or shot) given once every three months? (DEPOPROV)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes138924.4
5) No430875.6
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
859) EA-6: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever had sex with a partner who used withdrawal or 'pulling out'? (WIDRAWAL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes316064.7
5) No172635.3
9) Don't know10.0
Missing812
Total4887100.0
860) EA-7: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever used the calendar rhythm method to prevent pregnancy? With this method, a woman counts the days in her menstrual cycle to identify which days she can get pregnant, or 'unsafe' days (RHYTHM)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes70314.4
5) No418485.6
Missing812
Total4887100.0
861) EA-7b: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever used the 'Standard Days Method' or 'CycleBeads' to prevent pregnancy? These methods identify days eight to 19 of the cycle as days a woman can get pregnant, or 'unsafe' days (SDAYCBDS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1653.4
5) No471896.5
9) Don't know40.1
Missing812
Total4887100.0
862) EA-8: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever used safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test to prevent pregnancy? Some names for these methods are the Two Day Method, the Billings Ovulation Method, and the Sympto-thermal Method (TEMPSAFE)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes1432.9
5) No474497.1
Missing812
Total4887100.0
863) EA-9: Have you ever used the contraceptive patch? (PATCH)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5399.5
5) No515790.5
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know10.0
Total5699100.0
864) EA-10: Have you ever used the vaginal contraceptive ring (or 'NuvaRing')? (RING)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes5399.5
5) No515690.5
8) Refused20.0
9) Don't know20.0
Total5699100.0
865) EA-11: [If respondent has ever had sexual intercourse with a male:] Have you ever used emergency contraception, also known as 'Plan B', 'Preven', 'Ella', 'Next Choice', or 'Morning after' pills? (MORNPILL)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes108622.2
5) No379877.7
8) Refused10.0
9) Don't know20.0
Missing812
Total4887100.0
866) EA-12: [If respondent has ever used emergency contraception:] How many different times have you used emergency contraception? (ECTIMESX)
 TOTAL%
1) 160155.3
2) 226524.4
3) 311210.3
4) 4393.6
5) 5312.9
6) 6131.2
7) 710.1
8) 850.5
9) 920.2
10) 1080.7
12) 1210.1
15) 1520.2
16) 1610.1
20) 2020.2
50) 5010.1
98) Refused10.1
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4613
Total1086100.0
867) EA-13: [If respondent has ever used emergency contraception:] Did you use emergency contraception because you were worried your birth control method would not work, you didn't use birth control that time, or for some other reason? [FIRST REASON] (ECREASON1)
 TOTAL%
1) You were worried your birth control method would not work39336.2
2) You didn't use birth control that time53749.4
3) Some other reason15414.2
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing4613
Total1086100.0
868) EA-13: [If respondent mentioned at least two reasons for using emergency contraception:] Did you use emergency contraception because you were worried your birth control method would not work, you didn't use birth control that time, or for some other reason? [SECOND REASON] (ECREASON2)
 TOTAL%
1) You were worried your birth control method would not work711.1
2) You didn't use birth control that time5181.0
3) Some other reason57.9
Missing5636
Total63100.0
869) EA-13: [If respondent mentioned at least three reasons for using emergency contraception:] Did you use emergency contraception because you were worried your birth control method would not work, you didn't use birth control that time, or for some other reason? [THIRD REASON] (ECREASON3)
 TOTAL%
3) Some other reason10100.0
Missing5689
Total10100.0
870) EA-13aa: [If respondent has ever used emergency contraception:] The last time you used it, did you get the emergency contraception with or without a prescription? (ECRX)
 TOTAL%
1) With a prescription24622.7
2) Without a prescription83476.8
9) Don't know60.6
Missing4613
Total1086100.0
871) EA-13a: [If respondent has ever used emergency contraception:] (The last time you used it, where / Where) did you get the (prescription for the) emergency contraception? (ECWHERE)
 TOTAL%
1) Private doctor's office807.4
2) HMO facility60.6
3) Community health clinic, community clinic, public health clinic716.5
4) Family planning or Planned Parenthood clinic18917.4
5) Employer or company clinic20.2
6) School or school-based clinic252.3
7) Hospital outpatient clinic40.4
8) Hospital emergency room181.7
9) Hospital regular room40.4
10) Urgent care center, urgi-care, or walk-in facility50.5
11) Friend201.8
12) Partner or spouse131.2
13) Drug store62757.7
14) Mail order / Internet10.1
20) Some other place201.8
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4613
Total1086100.0
872) EA-13b: [If respondent has ever used emergency contraception:] The last time you used it, was that within the last 12 months, that is, since [INTERVIEW MONTH, INTERVIEW YEAR MINUS ONE]? (ECWHEN)
 TOTAL%
1) Within the last 12 months25423.4
2) Over 12 months ago83076.4
8) Refused10.1
9) Don't know10.1
Missing4613
Total1086100.0
873) EA-14: Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [FIRST METHOD] (OTHRMETH01)
 TOTAL%
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)2203.9
12) Diaphragm641.1
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch641.1
14) Foam1152.0
15) Jelly or cream621.1
16) Cervical cap10.0
17) Suppository, insert400.7
18) Today sponge310.5
19) IUD, coil, or loop69212.2
21) Other method - specify130.2
24) Lunelle90.2
95) No other methods ever used437576.9
98) Refused10.0
99) Don't know10.0
Missing11
Total5688100.0
874) EA-14: [If respondent mentioned at least two other methods ever used:] Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [SECOND METHOD] (OTHRMETH02)
 TOTAL%
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)84.2
12) Diaphragm52.6
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch126.3
14) Foam3216.8
15) Jelly or cream4121.6
16) Cervical cap52.6
17) Suppository, insert157.9
18) Today sponge136.8
19) IUD, coil, or loop4925.8
21) Other method - specify84.2
24) Lunelle21.1
Missing5509
Total190100.0
875) EA-14: [If respondent mentioned at least three other methods ever used:] Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [THIRD METHOD] (OTHRMETH03)
 TOTAL%
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)11.9
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch11.9
14) Foam35.7
15) Jelly or cream1324.5
17) Suppository, insert1732.1
18) Today sponge611.3
19) IUD, coil, or loop1222.6
Missing5646
Total53100.0
876) EA-14: [If respondent mentioned at least four other methods ever used:] Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [FOURTH METHOD] (OTHRMETH04)
 TOTAL%
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch17.1
15) Jelly or cream17.1
16) Cervical cap17.1
17) Suppository, insert214.3
18) Today sponge321.4
19) IUD, coil, or loop642.9
Missing5685
Total14100.0
877) EA-14: [If respondent mentioned at least five other methods ever used:] Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [FIFTH METHOD] (OTHRMETH05)
 TOTAL%
17) Suppository, insert266.7
19) IUD, coil, or loop133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
878) EA-14: [If respondent mentioned at least six other methods ever used:] Which, if any, of those methods have you ever used? Please tell me the method even if you have only used it once [SIXTH METHOD] (OTHRMETH06)
 TOTAL%
19) IUD, coil, or loop1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
879) EA-15a: [If respondent ever reported using an IUD:] Which type or types of IUD have you ever used, out of the following types: A copper-bearing IUD such as Copper-T or ParaGard, a Levonorgestrel or hormonal IUD, such as Mirena or Skyla, or another type? [FIRST MENTION] (EVIUDTYP1)
 TOTAL%
1) Copper-bearing (such as Copper-T or ParaGard)25433.2
2) Hormonal IUD (such as Mirena or Skyla)49064.1
3) Other70.9
9) Don't know131.7
Missing4935
Total764100.0
880) EA-15a: [If respondent reported using more than one type of IUD:] Which type or types of IUD have you ever used, out of the following types: A copper-bearing IUD such as Copper-T or ParaGard, a Levonorgestrel or hormonal IUD, such as Mirena or Skyla, or another type? [SECOND MENTION] (EVIUDTYP2)
 TOTAL%
1) Copper-bearing (such as Copper-T or ParaGard)38.8
2) Hormonal IUD (such as Mirena or Skyla)3191.2
Missing5665
Total34100.0
881) [If respondent ever used a method other than one asked about in PILL through OTHRMETH and any OTHRMETH01 - 6 was coded 'other method':] Code for other method specified in EVIUDTYP[x] (NEWMETH)
 TOTAL%
2) Tubal ligation / Female sterilization14.8
3) Vaginal contraceptive film1781.0
4) Other method, not shown separately314.3
Missing5678
Total21100.0
882) Ever used any method or respondent or husband / partner ever surgically sterilized (sterilizations from D) (EVERUSED)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes500587.8
5) No69112.1
7) Not ascertained30.1
Total5699100.0
883) EA-16: [If respondent ever used a method of contraception:] Some people try a method and then don't use it again, or stop using it, because they are not satisfied with the method. Did you ever stop using a method because you were not satisfied with it in some way? (METHDISS)
 TOTAL%
1) Yes236447.2
5) No264252.8
8) Refused20.0
Missing691
Total5008100.0
884) EA-17: [If respondent ever stopped using a method due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [FIRST METHOD] (METHSTOP01)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills121751.5
4) Condom1888.0
7) Withdrawal, pulling out713.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables (shots)39016.5
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)441.9
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method110.5
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)20.1
12) Diaphragm200.8
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch140.6
14) Foam220.9
15) Jelly or cream120.5
17) Suppository, insert130.5
18) Today sponge200.8
19) IUD, coil, or loop1275.4
21) Other method60.3
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)30.1
25) Contraceptive patch1064.5
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring974.1
99) Don't know10.0
Missing3335
Total2364100.0
885) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least two methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [SECOND METHOD] (METHSTOP02)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills10912.5
4) Condom15417.6
5) Partner's vasectomy10.1
6) Female sterilizing operation, such as tubal sterilization and hysterectomy10.1
7) Withdrawal, pulling out9010.3
8) Depo-Provera, injectables (shots)21724.8
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)151.7
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method121.4
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)50.6
12) Diaphragm40.5
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch70.8
14) Foam161.8
15) Jelly or cream91.0
16) Cervical cap30.3
17) Suppository, insert40.5
18) Today sponge20.2
19) IUD, coil, or loop536.1
21) Other method10.1
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)20.2
25) Contraceptive patch879.9
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring839.5
Missing4824
Total875100.0
886) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least three methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [THIRD METHOD] (METHSTOP03)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills206.6
4) Condom175.6
7) Withdrawal, pulling out3712.1
8) Depo-Provera, injectables (shots)4715.4
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)72.3
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method154.9
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)41.3
12) Diaphragm51.6
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch51.6
14) Foam113.6
15) Jelly or cream62.0
16) Cervical cap10.3
17) Suppository, insert20.7
18) Today sponge10.3
19) IUD, coil, or loop309.8
21) Other method31.0
25) Contraceptive patch4815.7
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring4615.1
Missing5394
Total305100.0
887) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least four methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [FOURTH METHOD] (METHSTOP04)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills66.3
4) Condom33.2
7) Withdrawal, pulling out33.2
8) Depo-Provera, injectables (shots)1010.5
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method66.3
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)22.1
12) Diaphragm55.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch11.1
14) Foam1010.5
15) Jelly or cream22.1
17) Suppository, insert66.3
18) Today sponge33.2
19) IUD, coil, or loop1313.7
21) Other method11.1
25) Contraceptive patch1010.5
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring1414.7
Missing5604
Total95100.0
888) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least five methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [FIFTH METHOD] (METHSTOP05)
 TOTAL%
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method13.1
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)13.1
12) Diaphragm26.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch26.3
14) Foam39.4
15) Jelly or cream26.3
16) Cervical cap13.1
19) IUD, coil, or loop412.5
21) Other method13.1
25) Contraceptive patch412.5
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring1134.4
Missing5667
Total32100.0
889) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least six methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [SIXTH METHOD] (METHSTOP06)
 TOTAL%
4) Condom17.7
14) Foam215.4
19) IUD, coil, or loop215.4
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring861.5
Missing5686
Total13100.0
890) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least seven methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [SEVENTH METHOD] (METHSTOP07)
 TOTAL%
8) Depo-Provera, injectables (shots)120.0
17) Suppository, insert120.0
18) Today sponge120.0
25) Contraceptive patch240.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
891) EA-17: [If respondent mentioned at least eight methods stopped due to dissatisfaction:] What method or methods did you stop because you were not satisfied? [EIGHTH METHOD] (METHSTOP08)
 TOTAL%
19) IUD, coil, or loop266.7
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
892) EA-18: [If respondent ever stopped using the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [FIRST MENTION] (REASPILL01)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive272.0
2) Insurance did not cover it70.5
3) Too difficult to use18313.5
4) Too messy60.4
5) Your partner did not like it60.4
6) You had side effects73454.3
7) You were worried you might have side effects513.8
8) You worried the method would not work181.3
9) The method failed, you became pregnant1148.4
10) The method did not protect against disease30.2
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again312.3
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure80.6
13) Too difficult to obtain the method201.5
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle634.7
15) Other - specify805.9
99) Don't know10.1
Missing4347
Total1352100.0
893) EA-18: [If respondent mentioned at least two reasons for stopping use of the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [SECOND MENTION] (REASPILL02)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive41.1
2) Insurance did not cover it102.7
3) Too difficult to use164.3
5) Your partner did not like it102.7
6) You had side effects6918.5
7) You were worried you might have side effects3910.5
8) You worried the method would not work133.5
9) The method failed, you became pregnant338.9
10) The method did not protect against disease41.1
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again287.5
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure246.5
13) Too difficult to obtain the method133.5
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle8021.5
15) Other - specify297.8
Missing5327
Total372100.0
894) EA-18: [If respondent mentioned at least three reasons for stopping use of the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [THIRD MENTION] (REASPILL03)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive10.9
3) Too difficult to use10.9
5) Your partner did not like it10.9
6) You had side effects1311.7
7) You were worried you might have side effects43.6
8) You worried the method would not work87.2
9) The method failed, you became pregnant65.4
10) The method did not protect against disease32.7
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again109.0
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure87.2
13) Too difficult to obtain the method21.8
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle4237.8
15) Other - specify1210.8
Missing5588
Total111100.0
895) EA-18: [If respondent mentioned at least four reasons for stopping use of the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [FOURTH MENTION] (REASPILL04)
 TOTAL%
3) Too difficult to use13.6
5) Your partner did not like it13.6
6) You had side effects27.1
7) You were worried you might have side effects310.7
8) You worried the method would not work27.1
9) The method failed, you became pregnant310.7
10) The method did not protect against disease13.6
13) Too difficult to obtain the method27.1
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle1242.9
15) Other - specify13.6
Missing5671
Total28100.0
896) EA-18: [If respondent mentioned at least five reasons for stopping use of the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [FIFTH MENTION] (REASPILL05)
 TOTAL%
7) You were worried you might have side effects120.0
9) The method failed, you became pregnant120.0
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle240.0
15) Other - specify120.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
897) EA-18: [If respondent mentioned at least six reasons for stopping use of the pill due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the Pill? [SIXTH MENTION] (REASPILL06)
 TOTAL%
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure150.0
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
898) [If respondent chose 'too difficult to use', 'side effects', or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [FIRST MENTION] (STOPPILL1)
 TOTAL%
1) Can't remember to take pill (regularly)23721.9
2) Interfered with other medications30.3
3) Weight gain21720.1
4) Headaches / Migraines1029.4
5) Mood swings / Depression13712.7
6) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)797.3
7) Hair loss40.4
8) Nausea / sickness11911.0
9) Skin problems181.7
10) Hormonal problems / changes131.2
11) Didn't like / Didn't want to use232.1
12) Concerns about risks, such as breast cancer30.3
15) Menstrual cramps100.9
16) Leg cramps20.2
17) Dizziness50.5
18) Decreased sex drive40.4
19) High blood pressure40.4
20) Blood clots121.1
21) Fatigue30.3
22) Other side effects524.8
23) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)323.0
97) Not ascertained30.3
Missing4617
Total1082100.0
899) [If respondent reported at least two difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [SECOND MENTION] (STOPPILL2)
 TOTAL%
1) Can't remember to take pill (regularly)10.3
3) Weight gain143.9
4) Headaches / Migraines3610.0
5) Mood swings / Depression7019.5
6) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)5013.9
7) Hair loss51.4
8) Nausea / sickness5515.3
9) Skin problems164.5
10) Hormonal problems / changes102.8
11) Didn't like / Didn't want to use30.8
12) Concerns about risks, such as breast cancer61.7
14) Weight loss30.8
15) Menstrual cramps154.2
17) Dizziness123.3
18) Decreased sex drive82.2
19) High blood pressure41.1
20) Blood clots10.3
21) Fatigue82.2
22) Other side effects339.2
23) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)92.5
Missing5340
Total359100.0
900) [If respondent reported at least three difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [THIRD MENTION] (STOPPILL3)
 TOTAL%
2) Interfered with other medications10.9
5) Mood swings / Depression1110.2
6) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)1110.2
7) Hair loss21.9
8) Nausea / sickness2825.9
9) Skin problems1110.2
10) Hormonal problems / changes43.7
11) Didn't like / Didn't want to use10.9
12) Concerns about risks, such as breast cancer10.9
15) Menstrual cramps32.8
16) Leg cramps10.9
17) Dizziness76.5
18) Decreased sex drive32.8
19) High blood pressure10.9
21) Fatigue54.6
22) Other side effects1211.1
23) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)65.6
Missing5591
Total108100.0
901) [If respondent reported at least four difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [FOURTH MENTION] (STOPPILL4)
 TOTAL%
8) Nausea / sickness15.6
9) Skin problems211.1
14) Weight loss15.6
15) Menstrual cramps316.7
17) Dizziness422.2
18) Decreased sex drive15.6
21) Fatigue211.1
22) Other side effects15.6
23) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)316.7
Missing5681
Total18100.0
902) [If respondent reported at least five difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [FIFTH MENTION] (STOPPILL5)
 TOTAL%
10) Hormonal problems / changes120.0
17) Dizziness120.0
18) Decreased sex drive120.0
23) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)240.0
Missing5694
Total5100.0
903) [If respondent reported at least six difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing pill:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of pill [SIXTH MENTION] (STOPPILL6)
 TOTAL%
22) Other side effects1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
904) EA-19: [If respondent ever stopped using the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [FIRST MENTION] (REASCOND01)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive82.2
2) Insurance did not cover it10.3
3) Too difficult to use185.0
4) Too messy154.1
5) Your partner did not like it9726.7
6) You had side effects6217.1
7) You were worried you might have side effects10.3
8) You worried the method would not work195.2
9) The method failed, you became pregnant102.8
10) The method did not protect against disease10.3
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure9827.0
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle10.3
15) Other - specify328.8
Missing5336
Total363100.0
905) EA-19: [If respondent mentioned at least two reasons for stopping use of the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [SECOND MENTION] (REASCOND02)
 TOTAL%
3) Too difficult to use11.0
4) Too messy87.6
5) Your partner did not like it2422.9
6) You had side effects87.6
8) You worried the method would not work1312.4
9) The method failed, you became pregnant43.8
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure3836.2
15) Other - specify98.6
Missing5594
Total105100.0
906) EA-19: [If respondent mentioned at least three reasons for stopping use of the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [THIRD MENTION] (REASCOND03)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive27.4
5) Your partner did not like it725.9
6) You had side effects13.7
8) You worried the method would not work518.5
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure933.3
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle27.4
15) Other - specify13.7
Missing5672
Total27100.0
907) EA-19: [If respondent mentioned at least four reasons for stopping use of the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [FOURTH MENTION] (REASCOND04)
 TOTAL%
7) You were worried you might have side effects111.1
8) You worried the method would not work111.1
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure555.6
13) Too difficult to obtain the method111.1
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle111.1
Missing5690
Total9100.0
908) EA-19: [If respondent mentioned at least five reasons for stopping use of the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [FIFTH MENTION] (REASCOND05)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive133.3
9) The method failed, you became pregnant133.3
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure133.3
Missing5696
Total3100.0
909) EA-19: [If respondent mentioned at least six reasons for stopping use of the condom due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the condom? [SIXTH MENTION] (REASCOND06)
 TOTAL%
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
910) [If respondent chose 'too difficult to use', 'side effects', or 'other' reason for discontinuing condom:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of condom [FIRST MENTION] (STOPCOND1)
 TOTAL%
1) Allergy (latex / spermicide)3325.4
2) Didn't like it / Didn't like how it felt1511.5
3) Pain / Discomfort / Irritation4635.4
4) Yeast infection32.3
5) Worried it would fall off / break / not prevent pregnancy64.6
6) Inconvenient32.3
7) Not spontaneous53.8
9) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)1713.1
97) Not ascertained21.5
Missing5569
Total130100.0
911) [If respondent reported at least two difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing condom:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of condom [SECOND MENTION] (STOPCOND2)
 TOTAL%
3) Pain / Discomfort / Irritation114.3
6) Inconvenient114.3
8) Frustrating to use114.3
9) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)457.1
Missing5692
Total7100.0
912) EA-20: [If respondent ever stopped using Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [FIRST MENTION] (REASDEPO01)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive30.5
2) Insurance did not cover it30.5
3) Too difficult to use20.3
4) Too messy20.3
5) Your partner did not like it20.3
6) You had side effects46569.9
7) You were worried you might have side effects233.5
8) You worried the method would not work30.5
9) The method failed, you became pregnant253.8
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again182.7
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure30.5
13) Too difficult to obtain the method20.3
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle8312.5
15) Other - specify314.7
Missing5034
Total665100.0
913) EA-20: [If respondent mentioned at least two reasons for stopping use of Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [SECOND MENTION] (REASDEPO02)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive10.8
2) Insurance did not cover it21.6
3) Too difficult to use32.3
5) Your partner did not like it32.3
6) You had side effects2116.4
7) You were worried you might have side effects86.3
8) You worried the method would not work43.1
9) The method failed, you became pregnant64.7
10) The method did not protect against disease21.6
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again129.4
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure107.8
13) Too difficult to obtain the method21.6
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle5240.6
15) Other - specify21.6
Missing5571
Total128100.0
914) EA-20: [If respondent mentioned at least three reasons for stopping use of Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [THIRD MENTION] (REASDEPO03)
 TOTAL%
6) You had side effects622.2
7) You were worried you might have side effects13.7
10) The method did not protect against disease311.1
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again13.7
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure27.4
13) Too difficult to obtain the method13.7
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle1037.0
15) Other - specify311.1
Missing5672
Total27100.0
915) EA-20: [If respondent mentioned at least four reasons for stopping use of Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [FOURTH MENTION] (REASDEPO04)
 TOTAL%
5) Your partner did not like it112.5
6) You had side effects112.5
7) You were worried you might have side effects112.5
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again225.0
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure112.5
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle225.0
Missing5691
Total8100.0
916) EA-20: [If respondent mentioned at least five reasons for stopping use of Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [FIFTH MENTION] (REASDEPO05)
 TOTAL%
8) You worried the method would not work150.0
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
917) EA-20: [If respondent mentioned at least six reasons for stopping use of Depo-Provera due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with Depo-Provera? [SIXTH MENTION] (REASDEPO06)
 TOTAL%
10) The method did not protect against disease150.0
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
918) [If respondent chose 'too difficult to use', 'side effects', or 'other' reason for discontinuing Depo-Provera:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of Depo-Provera [FIRST MENTION] (STOPDEPO1)
 TOTAL%
1) Weight gain4452.4
2) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)1315.5
3) Headaches / Migraines44.8
4) Mood swings / Depression1113.1
5) Hair loss or growth22.4
8) Skin problems11.2
11) Nausea / sickness11.2
13) Safety / Health concerns, such as bone density loss22.4
15) Other side effects44.8
16) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)22.4
Missing5615
Total84100.0
919) [If respondent reported at least two difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing Depo-Provera:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of Depo-Provera [SECOND MENTION] (STOPDEPO2)
 TOTAL%
2) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)1031.3
3) Headaches / Migraines26.3
4) Mood swings / Depression412.5
5) Hair loss or growth825.0
6) Hormonal problems / changes26.3
7) Decreased sex drive13.1
8) Skin problems39.4
15) Other side effects26.3
Missing5667
Total32100.0
920) [If respondent reported at least three difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing Depo-Provera:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of Depo-Provera [THIRD MENTION] (STOPDEPO3)
 TOTAL%
7) Decreased sex drive111.1
8) Skin problems333.3
10) Weight loss111.1
15) Other side effects444.4
Missing5690
Total9100.0
921) [If respondent reported at least four difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing Depo-Provera:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of Depo-Provera [FOURTH MENTION] (STOPDEPO4)
 TOTAL%
8) Skin problems150.0
15) Other side effects150.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
922) [If respondent reported at least five difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing Depo-Provera:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of Depo-Provera [FIFTH MENTION] (STOPDEPO5)
 TOTAL%
10) Weight loss1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
923) EA-21: [If respondent ever stopped using an IUD due to dissatisfaction:] Which type or types of IUD was it that you decided not to use because you were not satisfied with it? Was it a copper-bearing IUD such as Copper-T or ParaGard, or was it a Levonorgestrel or hormonal IUD, such as Mirena or Skyla, or was it another type? [FIRST MENTION] (TYPEIUD_1)
 TOTAL%
1) Copper-bearing (such as Copper-T or ParaGard)8536.8
2) Hormonal IUD (such as Mirena or Skyla)14060.6
3) Other10.4
9) Don't know52.2
Missing5468
Total231100.0
924) EA-21: [If respondent reported ever stopped using more than one type of IUD due to dissatisfaction:] Which type or types of IUD was it that you decided not to use because you were not satisfied with it? Was it a copper-bearing IUD such as Copper-T or ParaGard, or was it a Levonorgestrel or hormonal IUD, such as Mirena or Skyla, or was it another type? [SECOND MENTION] (TYPEIUD_2)
 TOTAL%
2) Hormonal IUD (such as Mirena or Skyla)11100.0
Missing5688
Total11100.0
925) EA-21a: [If respondent ever stopped using IUD due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the IUD? [FIRST MENTION] (REASIUD01)
 TOTAL%
1) Too expensive20.9
3) Too difficult to use20.9
5) Your partner did not like it135.6
6) You had side effects13357.6
7) You were worried you might have side effects62.6
8) You worried the method would not work10.4
9) The method failed, you became pregnant114.8
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again104.3
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure20.9
13) Too difficult to obtain the method20.9
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle198.2
15) Other - specify3013.0
Missing5468
Total231100.0
926) EA-21a: [If respondent mentioned at least two reasons for stopping use of IUD due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the IUD? [SECOND MENTION] (REASIUD02)
 TOTAL%
2) Insurance did not cover it11.6
5) Your partner did not like it11.6
6) You had side effects1422.6
7) You were worried you might have side effects23.2
9) The method failed, you became pregnant34.8
11) Because of other health problems, a doctor told you that you should not use the method again23.2
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure914.5
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle2133.9
15) Other - specify914.5
Missing5637
Total62100.0
927) EA-21a: [If respondent mentioned at least three reasons for stopping use of IUD due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the IUD? [THIRD MENTION] (REASIUD03)
 TOTAL%
5) Your partner did not like it318.8
6) You had side effects318.8
7) You were worried you might have side effects16.3
12) The method decreased your sexual pleasure212.5
14) Did not like the changes to your menstrual cycle531.3
15) Other - specify212.5
Missing5683
Total16100.0
928) EA-21a: [If respondent mentioned at least four reasons for stopping use of IUD due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the IUD? [FOURTH MENTION] (REASIUD04)
 TOTAL%
5) Your partner did not like it1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
929) EA-21a: [If respondent mentioned at least five reasons for stopping use of IUD due to dissatisfaction:] What was the reason or reasons you were not satisfied with the IUD? [FIFTH MENTION] (REASIUD05)
 TOTAL%
3) Too difficult to use1100.0
Missing5698
Total1100.0
930) [If respondent chose 'too difficult to use', 'side effects', or 'other' reason for discontinuing IUD:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of IUD [FIRST MENTION] (STOPIUD1)
 TOTAL%
1) Weight gain126.5
2) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)5328.5
3) Headaches / Migraines42.2
4) Mood swings / Depression73.8
5) Hair loss or growth52.7
6) Vaginal infection84.3
7) Abdominal pain or cramping; back pain4423.7
9) Pain or discomfort during intercourse42.2
11) IUD moved or was expelled2211.8
12) Other side effects2312.4
13) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)42.2
Missing5513
Total186100.0
931) [If respondent reported at least two difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing IUD:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of IUD [SECOND MENTION] (STOPIUD2)
 TOTAL%
2) Bleeding problems (spotting, too much, irregularly)57.6
3) Headaches / Migraines46.1
4) Mood swings / Depression57.6
5) Hair loss or growth11.5
6) Vaginal infection57.6
7) Abdominal pain or cramping; back pain2030.3
8) Skin problems34.5
9) Pain or discomfort during intercourse34.5
10) Nausea / sickness23.0
11) IUD moved or was expelled46.1
12) Other side effects1116.7
13) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)34.5
Missing5633
Total66100.0
932) [If respondent reported at least three difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing IUD:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of IUD [THIRD MENTION] (STOPIUD3)
 TOTAL%
5) Hair loss or growth14.5
7) Abdominal pain or cramping; back pain522.7
8) Skin problems29.1
12) Other side effects1254.5
13) Other (Too few cases, not classifiable elsewhere)29.1
Missing5677
Total22100.0
933) [If respondent reported at least four difficulties, side effects, or 'other' reason for discontinuing IUD:] Open-ended response to reason(s) for discontinuation of IUD [FOURTH MENTION] (STOPIUD4)
 TOTAL%
12) Other side effects2100.0
Missing5697
Total2100.0
934) EB-1: [If respondent ever used a method:] What was the first birth control method you ever used for any reason? If you used more than one method, please tell me about each one [FIRST METHOD] (FIRSMETH1)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills191038.2
4) Condom249149.8
5) Partner's vasectomy20.0
6) Female sterilizing operation, such as tubal sterilization and hysterectomy150.3
7) Withdrawal, pulling out2014.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables2234.5
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)130.3
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method90.2
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)20.0
12) Diaphragm20.0
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch10.0
14) Foam60.1
15) Jelly or cream20.0
17) Suppository, insert10.0
18) Today sponge30.1
19) IUD, coil, or loop360.7
20) Emergency contraception170.3
21) Other method - specify40.1
22) Respondent was sterile10.0
24) Lunelle injectable (monthly shot)30.1
25) Contraceptive patch420.8
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring130.3
98) Refused30.1
99) Don't know50.1
Missing694
Total5005100.0
935) EB-1: [If respondent mentioned at least two methods used the first time she used a method:] What was the first birth control method you ever used for any reason? If you used more than one method, please tell me about each one [SECOND METHOD] (FIRSMETH2)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills277.5
4) Condom21760.4
7) Withdrawal, pulling out7520.9
8) Depo-Provera, injectables185.0
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)10.3
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method41.1
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch10.3
14) Foam41.1
15) Jelly or cream20.6
19) IUD, coil, or loop10.3
20) Emergency contraception51.4
25) Contraceptive patch30.8
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring10.3
Missing5340
Total359100.0
936) EB-1: [If respondent mentioned at least three methods used the first time she used a method:] What was the first birth control method you ever used for any reason? If you used more than one method, please tell me about each one [THIRD METHOD] (FIRSMETH3)
 TOTAL%
3) Birth control pills12.5
4) Condom410.0
6) Female sterilizing operation, such as tubal sterilization and hysterectomy12.5
7) Withdrawal, pulling out1845.0
8) Depo-Provera, injectables512.5
9) Hormonal implant (Norplant, Implanon, or Nexplanon)12.5
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method410.0
11) Safe period by temperature or cervical mucus test (Two Day, Billings Ovulation, or Sympto-thermal Method)12.5
20) Emergency contraception37.5
25) Contraceptive patch12.5
26) Vaginal contraceptive ring12.5
Missing5659
Total40100.0
937) EB-1: [If respondent mentioned at least four methods used the first time she used a method:] What was the first birth control method you ever used for any reason? If you used more than one method, please tell me about each one [FOURTH METHOD] (FIRSMETH4)
 TOTAL%
7) Withdrawal, pulling out218.2
8) Depo-Provera, injectables218.2
10) Calendar rhythm, Standard Days, or Cycle Beads method327.3
13) Female condom, vaginal pouch19.1
15) Jelly or cream19.1
20) Emergency contraception19.1
25) Contraceptive patch19.1
Missing5688
Total11100.0
938) [If respondent ever used a method of contraception:] Number of methods reported in first method use (NUMFIRSM)
 NMeanStd. Deviation
Total5005