Questions/Variables on Surveys
  • H4TO48 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    How often have you had legal problems because of your drinking, like being arrested for disturbing the peace or driving under the influence of alcohol, or anything else?

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) More than one time
    5) Not asked on pretest
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip

  • H2TO27 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    You had problems with your friends because you had been drinking.

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • ASKDRINK from General Social Survey, 2000
    Before giving an individual a Secret or Top Secret clearance, the government should have the right to ask him or her detailed, personal questions in the following areas: Alcohol use

    1) Definitely should
    2) Probably should
    3) Probably should not
    4) Definitely should not
    8) Don't know
    9) No answer

  • H3PG18 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use Completed Pregnancies Data, Wave III
    During this pregnancy, how often did [SHE/YOU] drink alcoholic beverages?

    0) Never
    1) Less than once a month
    2) Several times a month
    3) Several times a week
    4) Almost every day
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know
    9) Not applicable

  • H2TO1 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    [Section 27: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs] Have you ever tried cigarette smoking, even just one or two puffs?

    0) No [Skip to H2TO10]
    1) Yes
    6) Refused [Skip to H2TO10]
    8) Don't know [Skip to H2TO10]

  • H2TO16 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Since [MOLI], did you ever drink beer, wine, or liquor when you are not with your parents or other adults in your family?

    0) No [Skip to H2TO19]
    1) Yes
    6) Refused [Skip to H2TO19]
    7) Legitimate skip [has not drunk alcohol since [MOLI]]

  • H2TO26 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    You had problems at school or with school work because you had been drinking.

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO28 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    You had problems with someone you were dating because you had been drinking.

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO29 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    You did something you later regretted because you had been drinking.

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO30 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, how many times were you hung over?

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO31 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, how many times were you sick to your stomach or threw up after drinking?

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]

  • H4SE32 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    Have you ever been forced, in a non-physical way, to have any type of sexual activity against your will? For example, through verbal pressure, threats of harm, or by being given alcohol or drugs? Do not include any experiences with a parent or adult caregiver.

    0) No
    1) Yes
    6) Refused
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO18Y from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Since [MOLI], in what [month and] year did you first have a drink of beer, wine, or liquor when you were not with your parents or other adults in your family?

    95) 1995
    96) 1996
    996) Refused
    997) Legitimate skip [has not drunk alcohol without a parent or adults]
    998) Don't know

  • H3CJ56 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    After your first conviction or guilty plea, you had [H3CJ23 - 1] [OTHER/OTHERS]. What crimes were involved [If H3CJ23 is greater than 2, add: 'in all of them']? Drinking or purchasing alcohol while under the legal age.

    0) Not marked
    1) Marked
    7) Legitimate skip

  • H2TO37 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    During the past 30 days, how often did you drive a car or other vehicle when you had been drinking alcohol?

    0) Never
    1) One time
    2) Two or three times
    3) Four or five times
    4) Six or more times
    7) Legitimate skip [has not driven while drunk]

  • H4TO47 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    How often have you been under the influence of alcohol when you could have gotten yourself or others hurt, or put yourself or others at risk, including unprotected sex?

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) More than one time
    5) Not asked on pretest
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H4PG15 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use Pregnancy Data, Wave IV
    This question refers to your [fill (pregnancy/number reported pregnancy) with (initials)]. During this pregnancy with (initials), how often did you drink alcoholic beverages?

    0) Never
    1) Once a month or less
    2) Two or three days a month
    3) One or two days a week
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H3TO78 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    [If the respondent is a selected for the BingeSample] How positive or negative would it be if people thought you were an alcoholic as a result of binge drinking?

    1) Very positive
    2) Slightly positive
    3) Neither positive nor negative
    4) Slightly negative
    5) Very negative
    95) Question not asked of this respondent
    96) Refused
    98) Don't know
    99) Not applicable

  • H2TO23 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Which do you drink most often -- beer, wine, wine coolers, straight liquor, or mixed drinks?

    1) Beer
    2) Wine
    3) Wine coolers
    4) Straight liquor
    5) Mixed drinks
    6) Whatever is available
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in the past 12 months]
    98) Don't know

  • H4CJ7B from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    What were you charged with (the first time)? You may give more than one answer. Select all that apply. Other alcohol-related offenses (underage purchase or consumption; open container; public intoxication; disorderly conduct; other liquor law violations).

    0) Not selected
    1) Selected
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H4CJ9B from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    That last time, what were you charged with? You may give more than one answer. Select all that apply. Other alcohol-related offenses (underage purchase or consumption; open container; public intoxication; disorderly conduct; other liquor law violations).

    0) Not selected
    1) Selected
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H3TO37 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    Now please think about your experiences with alcohol. Since June 1995, have you had a drink of beer, wine, or liquor more than two or three times? Do not include sips or tastes from someone else's drink.

    0) No [Skip to H3TO50]
    1) Yes
    6) Refused
    8) Don't know
    9) Not applicable

  • H2TO33 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, how many times did you get into a physical fight because you had been drinking?

    0) Never [Skip to H2TO36]
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]

  • H3CJ36 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    What were you convicted of doing, or did you plead guilty to doing, or were you found delinquent in juvenile court as a result of doing [If H3CJ23 is greater than 1, add: 'that first time']? Drinking or purchasing alcohol while under the legal age.

    0) Not marked
    1) Marked
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO32 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, how many times did you get into a sexual situation that you later regretted because you had been drinking?

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H3TO57 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    [If the respondent is a selected for the BingeSample] How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Binge drinking would make people think I am an alcoholic.

    1) Strongly agree
    2) Agree
    3) Neither agree nor disagree
    4) Disagree
    5) Strongly disagree
    95) Question not asked of this respondent
    96) Refused
    98) Don't know
    99) Not applicable

  • H4CJ13B from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    What charges were you convicted of or did you plead guilty to (the first time)? You may give more than one answer. Select all that apply. Other alcohol-related offenses (underage purchase or consumption; open container; public intoxication; disorderly conduct; other liquor law violations).

    0) Not selected
    1) Selected
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H4CJ15B from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    What charges were you convicted of or did you plead guilty to the last time? You may give more than one answer. Select all that apply. Other alcohol-related offenses (underage purchase or consumption; open container; public intoxication; disorderly conduct; other liquor law violations).

    0) Not selected
    1) Selected
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip
    8) Don't know

  • H2TO25 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, how many times has each of the following things happened? You got into trouble with your parents because you had been drinking.

    0) Never
    1) Once
    2) Twice
    3) Three to four times
    4) Five or more times
    6) Refused
    7) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in past 12 months]
    8) Don't know

  • H3TO66 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    [If the respondent is a selected for the BingeSample] How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements? If I wanted, I could get alcohol so I could go binge drinking.

    1) Strongly agree
    2) Agree
    3) Neither agree nor disagree
    4) Disagree
    5) Strongly disagree
    95) Question not asked of this respondent
    96) Refused
    98) Don't know
    99) Not applicable

  • H3TO103 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    Of your three best friends, how many drink alcohol at least once a month?

    0) None of my friends [Skip to H3TO105]
    1) One friend
    2) Two friends
    3) Three friends
    6) Refused [Skip to H3TO105]
    8) Don't know [Skip to H3TO105]
    9) Not applicable [Skip to H3TO105]

  • H4TO35 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    During the past 12 months, on how many days did you drink alcohol?

    0) None
    1) One or two days in the past 12 months
    2) Once a month or less (three to 12 days in the past 12 months)
    3) Two or three days a month
    4) One or two days a week
    5) Three to five days a week
    6) Every day or almost every day
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know

  • H4TO38 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    During the past 12 months, on how many days have you been drunk or very high on alcohol?

    0) None
    1) One or two days in the past 12 months
    2) Once a month or less (three to 12 days in the past 12 months)
    3) Two or three days a month
    4) One or two days a week
    5) Three to five days a week
    6) Every day or almost every day
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know

  • H4TO42H from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    [If H4TO41=1, ask H4TO42H, else skip to H4TO43.] At what time did you last have an alcoholic drink? [Hour]/D

    1) 1
    2) 2
    3) 3
    4) 4
    5) 5
    6) 6
    7) 7
    8) 8
    9) 9
    10) 10
    11) 11
    12) 12
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know

  • H2TO18M from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Since [MOLI], in what month [and year] did you first have a drink of beer, wine, or liquor when you were not with your parents or other adults in your family?

    1) January
    2) February
    3) March
    4) April
    5) May
    6) June
    7) July
    8) August
    9) September
    10) October
    11) November
    12) December
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip [has not drunk alcohol without a parent or adult]
    98) Don't know

  • H3TO38 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    During the past 12 months, on how many days did you drink alcohol?

    0) None [Skip to H3TO50]
    1) One or two days in the past 12 months
    2) Once a month or less (three to 12 times in the past 12 months)
    3) Two or three days a month
    4) One or two days a week
    5) Three to five days a week
    6) Almost every day
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know
    99) Not applicable

  • H3TO43 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave III
    During the past 12 months, on how many days have you been drunk or very high on alcohol?

    0) None
    1) One or two days in the past 12 months
    2) Once a month or less (three to 12 times in the past 12 months)
    3) Two or three days a month
    4) One or two days a week
    5) Three to five days a week
    6) Every day or almost every day
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know
    99) Not applicable

  • H2TO21 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Over the past 12 months, on how many days did you drink five or more drinks in a row?

    1) Every day or almost every day
    2) Three to five days a week
    3) One or two days a week
    4) Two or three days a month
    5) Once a month or less (three to 12 times in the past 12 months)
    6) One or two days in the past 12 months
    7) Never
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in the past 12 months]
    98) Don't know

  • H4TO42M from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    At what time did you last have an alcoholic drink? [Minute]

    0) 0
    1) 1
    2) 2
    3) 3
    4) 4
    5) 5
    10) 10
    13) 13
    15) 15
    18) 18
    19) 19
    20) 20
    22) 22
    23) 23
    25) 25
    27) 27
    29) 29
    30) 30
    33) 33
    35) 35
    36) 36
    39) 39
    40) 40
    41) 41
    42) 42
    45) 45
    50) 50
    59) 59
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know

  • H4TO34 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Data, Wave IV
    [If H4TO33=1, ask H4TO34, else skip to H4TO63.] How old were you when you first had an alcoholic drink? By drink, we mean a glass of wine, a can or bottle of beer, a wine cooler, a shot glass of liquor, or a mixed drink, not just sips or tastes from someone else's drink.

    5) 5
    6) 6
    7) 7
    8) 8
    9) 9
    10) 10
    11) 11
    12) 12
    13) 13
    14) 14
    15) 15
    16) 16
    17) 17
    18) 18
    19) 19
    20) 20
    21) 21
    22) 22
    23) 23
    24) 24
    25) 25
    26) 26
    27) 27
    28) 28
    29) 29
    30) 30
    33) 33
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip
    98) Don't know

  • H2TO20 from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, Public Use In-Home Questionnaire Data, Wave II
    Think of all the times you have had a drink during the past 12 months. How many drinks did you usually have each time? A 'drink' is a glass of wine, a can of beer, a wine cooler, a shot glass of liquor, or a mixed drink.

    1) 1
    2) 2
    3) 3
    4) 4
    5) 5
    6) 6
    7) 7
    8) 8
    9) 9
    10) 10
    11) 11
    12) 12
    13) 13
    14) 14
    15) 15
    16) 16
    17) 17
    18) 18
    19) 19
    20) 20
    21) 21
    22) 22
    23) 23
    24) 24
    25) 25
    30) 30
    31) 31
    34) 34
    35) 35
    37) 37
    40) 40
    45) 45
    48) 48
    50) 50
    54) 54
    55) 55
    60) 60
    69) 69
    72) 72
    90) 90
    96) Refused
    97) Legitimate skip [did not drink alcohol in the past 12 months]
    98) Don't know

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: A 10-Country Survey of Pentecostals
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • DRINK from General Social Survey, 1990
    Do you ever have occasion to use any alcoholic beverages such as liquor, wine, or beer, or are you a total abstainer?

    1) Use alcohol
    2) Total abstainer

  • ALCEST from National Survey of Congregational Crime and Security 2015
    Number of alcohol establishments in county where congregation is located

  • DWI_2 from World Values Survey, Aggregate Data
    Percent who say it is never justifiable: driving under influence of alcohol [WAVE 2; Please tell me for each of the following statements whether you think it can always be justified, never be justified or something in between: X) Driving under influence of alcohol]

  • ALCOHOL from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Does your congregation prohibit the use of alcohol?

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • ALCESTBEER from National Survey of Congregational Crime and Security 2015
    Number of alcohol establishments selling beer in county where congregation is located

  • ALCESTLIQ from National Survey of Congregational Crime and Security 2015
    Number of alcohol establishments selling liquor in county where congregation is located

  • DUI from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (dui_w2) [IF HAS DRANK ALCOHOL, DK OR REF] [IF K:4 <7, DK OR REF] K:12. In the past 3 years have you ever driven while under the influence of alcohol? Would that be . . .

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Never drives
    666) Invalid skip
    888) Refused
    999) Not asked

  • LX13X1990 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1990

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1991 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1991

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1992 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1992

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1993 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1993

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1994 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1994

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1995 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1995

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1996 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1996

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1997 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1997

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1998 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1998

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X1999 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1999

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2000 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2000

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2001 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2001

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2002 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2002

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2003 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2003

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2004 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2004

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2005 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2005

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2006 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2006

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2007 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2007

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2008 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2008

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2009 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2009

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2010 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2010

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2011 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2011

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2012 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2012

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2013 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2013

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2014 from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2014

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • PROHIB2 from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, 2001, United Church of Christ Profile
    Does your congregation or denomination have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol.

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • DWI_4 from World Values Survey, Aggregate Data
    Percent who say it is never justifiable: driving under influence of alcohol [WAVE 4; Source variable in WVS=F130]

  • LX13X1990X from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 1990 or earliest

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • LX13X2014X from The Religion and State Project, Main Dataset and Societal Module, Round 3
    Restrictions or prohibitions on the sale of alcoholic beverages. (This is a general prohibition, not a restriction of sales on certain days such as the Sabbath), 2014 or latest

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • MBRALCMD from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Would the following types of people be permitted to be full-fledged members of your congregation: Someone who drinks alcohol in moderation?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Don't know

  • Q37A from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave I (2005)
    Q37 How do you feel about the following... a. The consumption of alcohol

    1) Always wrong
    2) Almost always wrong
    3) Only wrong sometimes
    4) Not wrong at all

  • SUBABUSE from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Within the past 12 months, have there been any groups or meetings or classes or events specifically focused on the following purposes or activities? Support for people struggling with drug or alcohol abuse?

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • SELFHELP from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Within the past 12 months, have there been any groups or meetings or classes or events specifically focused on the following purposes or activities? Twelve-step groups such as alcoholics anonymous or similar self-help groups?

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • LDRALCMD from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Regarding leadership, if they were otherwise qualified, would the following types of people be permitted to hold all of the volunteer leadership positions open to other members: Someone who drinks alcohol in moderation?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Don't know

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in Chile
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in Brazil
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • Q83LEGPR from New Family Structures Survey (NFSS)
    Have you ever had legal problems because of your drinking, like being cited for disturbing the peace or arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, or anything else? (Q83)

    -1) Refused
    1) No, never
    2) Yes, one time
    3) Yes, a few times
    4) Yes, numerous times

  • Q82ALCOH from New Family Structures Survey (NFSS)
    During the past year, how often did you: drink alcohol? (Q82_C)

    -1) Refused
    1) Never
    2) Once a month or less
    3) 2 or 3 days a month
    4) 1 or 2 days a week
    5) 3 to 5 days a week
    6) Every day or almost every day

  • ASKDRINK from General Social Survey, 1996
    Before giving an individual a secret or top secret clearance, the government should have the right to ask him or her detailed, personal questions in the following areas: F. Alcohol use

    1) Definitely should
    2) Probably should
    3) Probably should not
    4) Definitely should not
    8) Don't know
    9) No answer

  • VIGLABEL from General Social Survey, 1996
    In your opinion, how likely is it that NAME is experiencing: E. Vignette A: alcohol dependence, Vignette B: a major depression, Vignette C: schizophrenia, Vignette D: a drug problem

    1) Very likely
    2) Somewhat likely
    3) Not very likely
    4) Not at all likely
    8) Don't know
    9) No answer (Includes Vignette E)

  • Q85E from Sub-Saharan Africa Religion Survey, 2010
    Q85E [NEXT, I'M GOING TO READ SOME BEHAVIORS. FOR EACH, PLEASE TELL ME WHETHER YOU PERSONALLY BELIEVE THAT IT IS MORALLY ACCEPTABLE, MORALLY WRONG, OR IS IT NOT A MORAL ISSUE?] Drinking alcohol

    1) Morally acceptable
    2) Morally wrong
    3) Not a moral issue
    4) Depends on situation
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • SFRDRGS from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (sfrnddrgs_w2) [IF ONLY ONE FRIEND MENTIONED IN N:1] N:2SINGLE. Is this person . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-N] [READ STEM FOR A' AND B' THEN ONLY AFTER EVERY 5TH QUESTION UNLESS NECESSARY] G. Someone that does drugs or drinks a lot of alcohol?

    0) No
    1) Yes
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    888) Refused
    999) Not asked

  • USEBLDG from National Congregations Study, Cumulative Dataset (1998, 2006-2007, and 2012), Version 2 - Instructional Dataset
    Within the past 12 months, have there been groups, programs, or events that have no connection to your congregation but that have used or rented space in your building? This might include other congregations, Alcoholics Anonymous groups, day-care centers, or once-a-year events like fairs, concerts, or art shows. Remarks: This item was asked only of congregations that owned their building (OWNBLDG=1).

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • VIGLABEL from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    [Refer to vignette id, check below and read only 1 phrase of the following] In your opinion, how likely is it that [NAME] is experiencing [Vignette A: Alcohol dependence; Vignette B: A major depression; Vignette C: Schizophrenia; Vignette D: A drug problem; Vignette E: No problem] - Very likely, somewhat likely, not very likely, or not at all likely?

    1) Very likely
    2) Somewhat likely
    3) Not very likely
    4) Not at all likely

  • DRINK from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (drink_w2) K:4. How often, if at all, do you drink alcohol, such as beer, wine or mixed drinks, not including at religious services? Is it:

    1) Once a day or more
    2) A few times a week
    3) About once a week
    4) A few times a month
    5) About once a month
    6) A few times a year
    7) Never
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    888) Refused

  • DRUNK from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (drunk_w2) [IF HAS DRANK ALCOHOL, DK OR REF] [IF K:4 <7 OR K:4=DK, REF] K:5. How often, if ever, have you gotten drunk in the last year? Has it been:

    1) Never
    2) Once or twice
    3) A few times
    4) Every couple of weeks
    5) Once a week
    6) More than once a week
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    888) Refused
    999) Not asked

  • Q84D from World's Muslims Data Set, 2012
    ASK ALL IN ALL COUNTRIES EXCEPT MOROCCO AND UZBEKISTAN, ASK ALL IN ALL COUNTRIES. Next, I'm going to read some behaviors. For each, please tell me whether you personally believe that it is morally acceptable, morally wrong, or is it not a moral issue? (READ LIST) Drinking alcohol

    1) Morally acceptable
    2) Moray wrong
    3) Not a moral issue
    4) Depends on situation (DO NOT READ)
    8) Don't know (DO NOT READ)
    9) Refused (DO NOT READ)

  • FRNDDRGS from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (frnddrgs_w2) [IF IDENTIFIES MORE THAN ONE FRIEND] [IF> 1 FRIEND IDENTIFIED IN N:1] N:2. How many, if any, of these [VALUE REPORTED IN N:1] people . . . [INSERT LIST FROM A-N] [READ STEM FOR A',B',G', AND I', AND ONLY IF NECESSARY FOR THE REST OF THE CATEGORIES] G. Do drugs or drink a lot of alcohol?

    0) 0
    1) 1
    2) 2
    3) 3
    4) 4
    5) 5
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    888) Refused
    999) Not asked

  • CHSERISS from National Study of Youth and Religion, Wave 2 (2005)
    (chseriss_w2) [IF ATTENDS RELIGIOUS SERVICES MORE THAN A FEW TIMES A YEAR OR DK] [IF F:5> 1 OR DK] Q:22. How good or not good a place is your [CHURCH TYPE] to go if you wanted to talk about serious issues like family problems, alcohol, or troubles at school? Is it:

    1) A very good place
    2) A fairly good place
    3) An okay place
    4) Not a good place
    5) A bad place to go for help about serious issues
    666) Invalid skip
    777) Don't know
    888) Refused
    999) Not asked

  • COIND10 from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    Partner's industry code (2010)

    170) Crop production
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3290) Not specified machinery manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4970) Grocery stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5592) Mail order houses
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8470) Child day care services
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9590) National security and international affairs

  • MAIND10 from General Social Survey 2014 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    What kind of place did she work for? What did they (make/do)? (See Note 1: Occupation and Industry Codes on ARDA summary page) (NAICS 2007)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    280) Fishing, hunting, and trapping
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    690) Not specified utilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and finishing and other allied products manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2970) Ordnance
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3290) Not specified machinery manufacturing
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3790) Prefabricated wood buildings and mobile homes
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework, and piece goods stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5592) Mail order houses
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6280) Scenic and sightseeing transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7170) Video tape and disk rental
    7180) Other consumer goods rental
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9270) [ARDA note: unknown code]
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9680) U.S. Air Force

  • INDUS10 from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    Respondent's industry code (NAICS 2007)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    270) Logging
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2690) Nonferrous metal (except aluminum) production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    2990) Not specified metal industries
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3290) Not specified machinery manufacturing
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine, and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5590) Electronic shopping
    5591) Electronic auctions
    5592) Mail order houses
    5670) Vending machine operators
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6280) Scenic and sightseeing transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6490) Software publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6590) Sound recording industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6695) Data processing, hosting, and related services
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7170) Video tape and disk rental
    7180) Other consumer goods rental
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.
    9870) Active duty military personnel, all other

  • PAIND10 from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    Father's industry code (NAICS 2007)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting, and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    480) Not specified type of mining
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2090) Miscellaneous petroleum and coal products
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2320) [ARDA Note: Unknown code]
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2690) Nonferrous metal (except aluminum) production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2970) Ordnance
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    2990) Not specified metal industries
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine, and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6280) Scenic and sightseeing transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8890) Footwear and leather goods repair
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9720) [ARDA Note: Unknown code]
    9770) U.S. Marine Corps
    9780) U.S. Coast Guard
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.

  • PAIND10 from General Social Survey 2014 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    Father's industry (See Note 1: Occupation and Industry Codes on ARDA summary page)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting, and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    480) Not specified type of mining
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    690) Not specified utilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and finishing and other allied products manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2690) Nonferrous metal (except aluminum) production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    2990) Not specified metal industries
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3290) Not specified machinery manufacturing
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3690) Other transportation equipment manufacturing
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3780) Veneer, plywood, and engineered wood products
    3790) Prefabricated wood buildings and mobile homes
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4080) Furniture and home furnishing, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine, and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5290) Music stores
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5670) Vending machine operators
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6280) Scenic and sightseeing transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9770) U.S. Marine Corps
    9780) U.S. Coast Guard
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.
    9870) Active duty military personnel, all other

  • TEIO1ICD from American Time Use Survey, 2010
    IF TELFS = 1-2: Industry code (main job)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods not elsewhere classified
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpets and rugs
    1670) Knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and products, except footwear manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2690) Nonferrous metal, except aluminum, production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals and tank and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2970) Ordnance
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal product manufacturing
    2990) Not specified metal industries
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, mining and oil field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines and power transmission equipment manufacture
    3190) Machinery manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting, equipment and supplies manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3690) Other transportation equipment manufacturing
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3780) Veneer, plywood and engineered wood products
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Toys, amusement and sporting goods manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4080) Furniture and home furnishing, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and person care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing and accessories, except shoe, stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework and piece goods stores
    5290) Music stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5590) Electronic shopping
    5591) Electronic auctions
    5592) Mail order houses
    5670) Vending machine operators
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6280) Scenic and sightseeing transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Publishing, except newspapers and software
    6490) Software publishing
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6590) Sound recording industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable
    6680) Wired telecommunications services
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6695) Data processing, hosting and related services
    6770) Libraries and archiving
    6780) Other information services
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7170) Videotape and disk rental
    7180) Other consumer goods rental
    7190) Commercial, industrial and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangement and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools, instruction and educational services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home healthcare services
    8180) Other healthcare services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator spots and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Dry cleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political and similar organizations
    9290) Other services, private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs

  • INDUS10 from General Social Survey 2014 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    Respondent's occupation, prestige, and industry (See Note 2: Prestige, Socioeconomic Index Codes on ARDA summary page)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting, and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    480) Not specified type of mining
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    690) Not specified utilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2970) Ordnance
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    2990) Not specified metal industries
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3290) Not specified machinery manufacturing
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3780) Veneer, plywood, and engineered wood products
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4080) Furniture and home furnishing, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine, and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework, and piece goods stores
    5290) Music stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5590) Electronic shopping
    5592) Mail order houses
    5670) Vending machine operators
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6490) Software publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6590) Sound recording industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6672) Internet publishing and broadcasting and web search portals
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6695) Data processing, hosting, and related services
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7170) Video tape and disk rental
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9770) U.S. Marine Corps
    9780) U.S. Coast Guard
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.
    9870) Active duty military personnel, all other

  • SPIND10 from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    Spouse's industry code (NAICS 2007)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    270) Logging
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and finishing and other allied products manufacturing
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3780) Veneer, plywood, and engineered wood products
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework, and piece goods stores
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6672) Internet publishing and broadcasting and web search portals
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7180) Other consumer goods rental
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.

  • MAIND10 from General Social Survey, 2018 - Instructional Dataset
    Mother's industry code (NAICS 2007)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpet and rug
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and finishing and other allied products manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework, and piece goods stores
    5290) Music stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5591) Electronic auctions
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical, and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy

  • SPIND10 from General Social Survey 2014 Cross-Section and Panel Combined - Instructional Dataset
    Spouse's industry code from the NAICS 2007 (See Note 1: Occupation and Industry Codes on the ARDA summary page for link to codes)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting, and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    480) Not specified type of mining
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning, and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain, and oilseed milling
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods, n.e.c.
    1290) Not specified food industries
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1390) Tobacco manufacturing
    1470) Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1670) Knitting fabric mills, and apparel knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1770) Footwear manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and finishing and other allied products manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2180) Agricultural chemical manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound, and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2470) Pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixture manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime, and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2870) Structural metals, and boiler, tank, and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut, and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal products manufacturing
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, and mining and oil and gas field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment manufacturing
    3190) Machinery manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, and audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical, and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting and electrical equipment manufacturing, and other electrical component manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3780) Veneer, plywood, and engineered wood products
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Sporting and athletic goods, and doll, toy and game manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing, n.e.c.
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical and electronic goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment, and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries, and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics, and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4790) Radio, TV, and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and personal care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera, and hobby and toy stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5590) Electronic shopping
    5592) Mail order houses
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6270) Pipeline transportation
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Periodical, book, and directory publishers
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable subscription programming
    6680) Wired telecommunications carriers
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6770) Libraries and archives
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts, and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7190) Commercial, industrial, and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering, and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific, and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific, and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangements and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7890) Other schools and instruction, and educational support services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home health care services
    8180) Other health care services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator sports, and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites, and similar institutions
    8590) Other amusement, gambling, and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Drycleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, and cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political, and similar organizations
    9290) Private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order, and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs
    9670) U.S. Army
    9680) U.S. Air Force
    9690) U.S. Navy
    9790) U.S. Armed Forces/n.s.
    9830) Military, rank not specified
    9870) Active duty military personnel, all other

  • H11 from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave V (2017) - Instructional Dataset
    During the past 12 MONTHS, how many alcoholic drinks did you have on a typical day when you drank alcohol? Your best estimate is fine.

  • H10 from Baylor Religion Survey, Wave V (2017) - Instructional Dataset
    During the past 12 MONTHS, how often did you usually have any kind of drink containing alcohol? By a drink we mean either a bottle of beer, a wine cooler, a glass of wine or a mixed drink containing one shot of liquor.

    1) Every day
    2) Five to six days a week
    3) Three to four days a week
    4) One to two days a week
    5) Less than one day a week
    6) I did not drink any alcohol in the past 12 months, but I did drink in the past
    7) I have never drank any alcohol in my life

  • DIETAG from International Religious Freedom Data, Aggregate File (2001-2005)
    According to the Report, are there religiously-biased laws (e.g., laws specifically supporting a religious brand) regarding diet(food, alcohol, fasting)? Answered if RELIFEAG = 0. [Non-integer responses indicate that the response to this question changed in one or more of the IRF Reports.]

    0) Nothing or no law(s)
    0.333) 0.333
    0.667) 0.667
    1) Law(s) exist

  • Q110 from Detroit Area Study, 1997: Social Change in Religion and Child Rearing
    Do you ever drink any alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, or liquor? (A28.1)

    1) Yes
    5) No
    7) (If volunteered) Never have used alcohol

  • Q111 from Detroit Area Study, 1997: Social Change in Religion and Child Rearing
    In the last three months, on average, how many days per week have you had any alcohol to drink? (For example, beer, wine, or any drink containing liquor.) (A28.2)

    0) 0 days
    1) 1
    2) 2
    3) 3
    4) 4
    5) 5
    7) 7
    97) Not applicable
    98) Don't know

  • DRINK from General Social Survey, 1991
    Do you ever have occasion to use any alcoholic beverages such as liquor, wine, or beer, or are you a total abstainer?

    1) Use alcohol
    2) Total abstain
    9) No answer

  • DRINK from General Social Survey, 1988
    Do you ever have occasion to use any alcoholic beverages such as liquor, wine, or beer, or are you a total abstainer?

    1) Use alcohol
    2) Total abstainer
    9) No answer

  • ALCOHOL from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, Wave 2, 2008/2009, Random Sample Congregational Profile Survey
    Does your congregation have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • Q81_M from Relationships in America Survey (2014)
    Q81_M [Alcohol or drug use patterns] For which of these reasons did you want a divorce?

    0) No
    1) Yes

  • ALCOHOL from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, Wave 2, 2008/2009, Church of God (Cleveland, TN) Congregational Profile Survey
    Does your congregation have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol (Q23B)

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • ALCOHOL from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, Wave 2, 2008/2009, United Church of Christ (UCC) Congregational Profile Survey
    Does your congregation have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol (Q23B)

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • DRINK from Generation Next Survey, 2006
    (ASK IF AGE less than 26) And now thinking about the past seven days, did you...drink alcohol or not?

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • DRUGTEST from General Social Survey, 1991
    When you started working for your present employer (if self-employed: current organization), did you... Take a drug or alcohol test?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    9) No answer

  • QN10 from U.S. Religious Knowledge Study, 2010
    10. Which movement did Susan B. Anthony lead? The movement to...?

    1) Give women the right to vote
    2) Abolish slavery
    3) Prohibit alcohol
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • HLTH from General Social Survey, 1991
    A. First, thinking about health related matters, did any of the following happen to you since February/March, 1990: Had a drinking problem (e.g. frequently drunk, suffered from alcoholism)?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    9) No answer

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in the United States
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in Chosen Regions of India
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in South Korea
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in South Africa
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Spirit and Power: Survey of Pentecostals in the Philippines
    Please tell me for each of the following items whether you think it can always be justified, sometimes be justified, or never be justified: drinking alcohol.

    1) Always justified
    2) Sometimes justified
    3) Never justified
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

  • ALCOHOL from Generation Next Survey, 2006
    And here are few things some people do. For each one, please tell me if you think it's something that's okay or not okay for other people to do - even if you might not do it yourself. Is it okay or not okay for other people to drink a lot of alcohol?

    1) Okay
    2) Not okay
    3) (VOL.) Depends
    9) (VOL.) Don't know/Refused

  • WALCOHOL from Politics of Character Survey, 2000
    Now I am going to read a list of things that some people consider to be morally wrong. For each item, please select the response that best indicates how wrong you, personally, think it is when people engage in that behavior. E. Drinking alcohol (see note 1 on the ARDA summary page)

    1) Wrong for all, and should not be legally tolerated
    2) Wrong for all, but should be tolerated
    3) Right for some, but not for me personally
    4) Right for me, but not necessarily for others
    5) Right for all
    6) Not a moral issue

  • PROBLEM1 from Generation Next Survey, 2006
    Respondent's first answer to PROBLEM

    1) Bills
    2) Student Loans
    3) Debt/Credit issues
    4) Financial issues/problems/difficulties
    5) Saving money
    6) Cost of living/income
    7) Retirement
    9) Money (general)
    21) Job advancement
    22) Finding a job/getting a job
    23) Job security/satisfaction
    24) Work/Career (general)
    31) Getting older/Aging/Disabled
    32) Insurance and Prescription costs
    39) Health (general)
    41) Raising children/Childcare/Having a baby
    42) Love life/boyfriend/soulmate
    43) Aging parents/siblings/spouse/losing loved ones
    49) Relationships (general)
    51) Choosing a college/school
    52) Passing classes/getting good grades/keeping up with classwork
    53) Paying for college
    54) Getting through college/graduating
    55) College/School/Education (general)
    71) Crime
    72) Life (general)
    73) Time pressures/management
    74) Future
    75) Spirituality/Morality/General decline
    76) Alcoholism and Drugs
    81) Bush/Politicians
    82) War/Iraq
    83) Terrorism
    84) The economy/deficit/inflation
    85) Gas prices
    86) Unemployment/No jobs
    88) Politics (general)
    89) Dissatisfied with politics
    97) Miscellaneous
    98) None/No problems
    99) Don't know/Refused

  • ALCOHOL from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, Wave 2, 2008/2009, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Congregational Profile Survey
    Does your congregation have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • OFTALCHL from State of Disunion Survey, 1996
    [If "yes" in ALCOHOL, ask:] Would you say you use alcohol frequently, moderately, or only on rare occasions?

    1) Use alcohol frequently
    2) Use alcohol moderately
    3) Use alcohol, but on rare occasions

  • PASTALCH from State of Disunion Survey, 1996
    [If "abstainer" in ALCOHOL, ask:] Have you ever used alcohol in the past?

    1) Total abstainer, but have used alcohol at some point in the past
    2) Have never used alcoholic beverages

  • ALCOHOL from State of Disunion Survey, 1996
    Do you ever have occasion to use any alcoholic beverages such as liquor, wine or beer, or are you a total abstainer?

    1) Yes
    2) Abstainer

  • W6ALCOHL from State of Disunion Survey, 1996
    Now I am going to read a list of things that some people consider to be morally wrong. For each item, please select the number that best indicates how wrong you, personally, think it is when people engage in that behavior. G. Drinking alcohol

    1) Wrong for all, and should not be legally tolerated
    2) Wrong for all, but should be tolerated
    3) Right for some, but not for me personally
    4) Right for me, but not necessarily for others
    5) Right for all
    6) Not a moral issue

  • TEIO1ICD from American Time Use Survey, 2006
    IF TELFS = 1-2: Industry code (main job)

    170) Crop production
    180) Animal production
    190) Forestry, except logging
    270) Logging
    280) Fishing, hunting and trapping
    290) Support activities for agriculture and forestry
    370) Oil and gas extraction
    380) Coal mining
    390) Metal ore mining
    470) Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying
    490) Support activities for mining
    570) Electric power generation, transmission and distribution
    580) Natural gas distribution
    590) Electric and gas, and other combinations
    670) Water, steam, air-conditioning and irrigation systems
    680) Sewage treatment facilities
    690) Not specified utilities
    770) Construction
    1070) Animal food, grain and oilseed milling
    1080) Sugar and confectionery products
    1090) Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty food manufacturing
    1170) Dairy product manufacturing
    1180) Animal slaughtering and processing
    1190) Retail bakeries
    1270) Bakeries, except retail
    1280) Seafood and other miscellaneous foods not elsewhere classified
    1370) Beverage manufacturing
    1480) Fabric mills, except knitting
    1490) Textile and fabric finishing and coating mills
    1570) Carpet and rug mills
    1590) Textile product mills, except carpets and rugs
    1670) Knitting mills
    1680) Cut and sew apparel manufacturing
    1690) Apparel accessories and other apparel manufacturing
    1790) Leather tanning and products, except footwear manufacturing
    1870) Pulp, paper and paperboard mills
    1880) Paperboard containers and boxes
    1890) Miscellaneous paper and pulp products
    1990) Printing and related support activities
    2070) Petroleum refining
    2090) Miscellaneous petroleum and coal products
    2170) Resin, synthetic rubber and fibers, and filaments manufacturing
    2190) Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing
    2270) Paint, coating and adhesive manufacturing
    2280) Soap, cleaning compound and cosmetics manufacturing
    2290) Industrial and miscellaneous chemicals
    2370) Plastics product manufacturing
    2380) Tire manufacturing
    2390) Rubber product, except tire, manufacturing
    2480) Structural clay product manufacturing
    2490) Glass and glass product manufacturing
    2570) Cement, concrete, lime and gypsum product manufacturing
    2590) Miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
    2670) Iron and steel mills and steel product manufacturing
    2680) Aluminum production and processing
    2690) Nonferrous metal, except aluminum, production and processing
    2770) Foundries
    2780) Metal forgings and stampings
    2790) Cutlery and hand tool manufacturing
    2870) Structural metals and tank and shipping container manufacturing
    2880) Machine shops; turned product; screw, nut and bolt manufacturing
    2890) Coating, engraving, heat treating and allied activities
    2970) Ordnance
    2980) Miscellaneous fabricated metal product manufacturing
    3070) Agricultural implement manufacturing
    3080) Construction, mining and oil field machinery manufacturing
    3090) Commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing
    3170) Metalworking machinery manufacturing
    3180) Engines, turbines and power transmission equipment manufacture
    3190) Machinery manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3360) Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing
    3370) Communications, audio and video equipment manufacturing
    3380) Navigational, measuring, electromedical and control instruments manufacturing
    3390) Electronic component and product manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3470) Household appliance manufacturing
    3490) Electrical lighting, equipment and supplies manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3570) Motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment manufacturing
    3580) Aircraft and parts manufacturing
    3590) Aerospace product and parts manufacturing
    3670) Railroad rolling stock manufacturing
    3680) Ship and boat building
    3690) Other transportation equipment manufacturing
    3770) Sawmills and wood preservation
    3780) Veneer, plywood and engineered wood products
    3790) Prefabricated wood buildings and mobile homes
    3870) Miscellaneous wood products
    3890) Furniture and related product manufacturing
    3960) Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing
    3970) Toys, amusement and sporting goods manufacturing
    3980) Miscellaneous manufacturing not elsewhere classified
    3990) Not specified manufacturing industries
    4070) Motor vehicles, parts and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4080) Furniture and home furnishing, merchant wholesalers
    4090) Lumber and other construction materials, merchant wholesalers
    4170) Professional and commercial equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4180) Metals and minerals, except petroleum, merchant wholesalers
    4190) Electrical goods, merchant wholesalers
    4260) Hardware, plumbing and heating equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4270) Machinery, equipment and supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4280) Recyclable material, merchant wholesalers
    4290) Miscellaneous durable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4370) Paper and paper products, merchant wholesalers
    4380) Drugs, sundries and chemical and allied products, merchant wholesalers
    4390) Apparel, fabrics and notions, merchant wholesalers
    4470) Groceries and related products, merchant wholesalers
    4480) Farm product raw materials, merchant wholesalers
    4490) Petroleum and petroleum products, merchant wholesalers
    4560) Alcoholic beverages, merchant wholesalers
    4570) Farm supplies, merchant wholesalers
    4580) Miscellaneous nondurable goods, merchant wholesalers
    4585) Wholesale electronic markets, agents and brokers
    4590) Not specified wholesale trade
    4670) Automobile dealers
    4680) Other motor vehicle dealers
    4690) Auto parts, accessories and tire stores
    4770) Furniture and home furnishings stores
    4780) Household appliance stores
    4790) Radio, TV and computer stores
    4870) Building material and supplies dealers
    4880) Hardware stores
    4890) Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores
    4970) Grocery stores
    4980) Specialty food stores
    4990) Beer, wine and liquor stores
    5070) Pharmacies and drug stores
    5080) Health and person care, except drug, stores
    5090) Gasoline stations
    5170) Clothing and accessories, except shoe, stores
    5180) Shoe stores
    5190) Jewelry, luggage and leather goods stores
    5270) Sporting goods, camera and hobby and toy stores
    5280) Sewing, needlework and piece goods stores
    5290) Music stores
    5370) Book stores and news dealers
    5380) Department stores and discount stores
    5390) Miscellaneous general merchandise stores
    5470) Retail florists
    5480) Office supplies and stationery stores
    5490) Used merchandise stores
    5570) Gift, novelty and souvenir shops
    5580) Miscellaneous retail stores
    5590) Electronic shopping
    5591) Electronic auctions
    5592) Mail order houses
    5670) Vending machine operators
    5680) Fuel dealers
    5690) Other direct selling establishments
    5790) Not specified retail trade
    6070) Air transportation
    6080) Rail transportation
    6090) Water transportation
    6170) Truck transportation
    6180) Bus service and urban transit
    6190) Taxi and limousine service
    6290) Services incidental to transportation
    6370) Postal Service
    6380) Couriers and messengers
    6390) Warehousing and storage
    6470) Newspaper publishers
    6480) Publishing, except newspapers and software
    6490) Software publishing
    6570) Motion pictures and video industries
    6590) Sound recording industries
    6670) Radio and television broadcasting and cable
    6675) Interest publishing and broadcasting
    6680) Wired telecommunications services
    6690) Other telecommunications services
    6692) Internet service providers
    6695) Data processing, hosting and related services
    6770) Libraries and archiving
    6780) Other information services
    6870) Banking and related activities
    6880) Savings institutions, including credit unions
    6890) Non-depository credit and related activities
    6970) Securities, commodities, funds, trusts and other financial investments
    6990) Insurance carriers and related activities
    7070) Real estate
    7080) Automotive equipment rental and leasing
    7170) Videotape and disk rental
    7180) Other consumer goods rental
    7190) Commercial, industrial and other intangible assets rental and leasing
    7270) Legal services
    7280) Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services
    7290) Architectural, engineering and related services
    7370) Specialized design services
    7380) Computer systems design and related services
    7390) Management, scientific and technical consulting services
    7460) Scientific research and development services
    7470) Advertising and related services
    7480) Veterinary services
    7490) Other professional, scientific and technical services
    7570) Management of companies and enterprises
    7580) Employment services
    7590) Business support services
    7670) Travel arrangement and reservation services
    7680) Investigation and security services
    7690) Services to buildings and dwellings
    7770) Landscaping services
    7780) Other administrative and other support services
    7790) Waste management and remediation services
    7860) Elementary and secondary schools
    7870) Colleges and universities, including junior colleges
    7880) Business, technical and trade schools and training
    7890) Other schools, instruction and educational services
    7970) Offices of physicians
    7980) Offices of dentists
    7990) Offices of chiropractors
    8070) Offices of optometrists
    8080) Offices of other health practitioners
    8090) Outpatient care centers
    8170) Home healthcare services
    8180) Other healthcare services
    8190) Hospitals
    8270) Nursing care facilities
    8290) Residential care facilities, without nursing
    8370) Individual and family services
    8380) Community food and housing, and emergency services
    8390) Vocational rehabilitation services
    8470) Child day care services
    8560) Independent artists, performing arts, spectator spots and related industries
    8570) Museums, art galleries, historical sites and similar institutions
    8580) Bowling centers
    8590) Other amusement, gambling and recreation industries
    8660) Traveler accommodation
    8670) Recreational vehicle parks and camps, and rooming and boarding houses
    8680) Restaurants and other food services
    8690) Drinking places, alcoholic beverages
    8770) Automotive repair and maintenance
    8780) Car washes
    8790) Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance
    8870) Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment repair and maintenance
    8880) Personal and household goods repair and maintenance
    8970) Barber shops
    8980) Beauty salons
    8990) Nail salons and other personal care services
    9070) Dry cleaning and laundry services
    9080) Funeral homes, cemeteries and crematories
    9090) Other personal services
    9160) Religious organizations
    9170) Civic, social, advocacy organizations, and grantmaking and giving services
    9180) Labor unions
    9190) Business, professional, political and similar organizations
    9290) Other services, private households
    9370) Executive offices and legislative bodies
    9380) Public finance activities
    9390) Other general government and support
    9470) Justice, public order and safety activities
    9480) Administration of human resource programs
    9490) Administration of environmental quality and housing programs
    9570) Administration of economic programs and space research
    9590) National security and international affairs

  • ALQ101 from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Demographic and Questionnaire Data, 2005-2006
    Had at least 12 alcohol drinks/1 year? [The next questions are about drinking alcoholic beverages. Included are liquor (such as whiskey or gin), beer, wine, wine coolers, and any other type of alcoholic beverage. In any one year, (have you/has SP) had at least 12 drinks of any type of alcoholic beverage? By a drink, I mean a 12 oz. beer, a five oz. glass of wine, or one and a half ounces of liquor.]

    1) Yes
    2) No
    9) Don't know

  • HCQ150 from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Demographic and Questionnaire Data, 2005-2006
    Did doctor limit alcohol? [Did (your/SP's) doctor or health professional tell (you/him/her) to avoid or limit alcoholic beverages (in the future) because of (your/his/her) Hepatitis C?]

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • ALQ110 from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Demographic and Questionnaire Data, 2005-2006
    Had at least 12 alcohol drinks/lifetime? [In (your/SP's) entire life, (have you/has he/ has she) had at least 12 drinks of any type of alcoholic beverage?]

    1) Yes
    2) No
    9) Don't know

  • ALC_1922 from History of American Religion, 1770-1930
    1922: Alcoholism hospital admissions per 100,000 (America 1920-1980)

  • HYPWHY04 from National Health Interview Survey, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Supplement, 2002
    Why did you use hypnosis? Overcome alcohol/substance abuse.

    1) Mentioned
    2) Not mentioned

  • PROHIB2 from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, 2001, Seventh-Day Adventist Profile
    Does your congregation or denomination have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol.

    1) Yes

  • MTH5DRNK from Religion and Deviance at Four American Universities
    In the past month, have you consumed five or more alcoholic drinks on one occasion?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Uncertain

  • WK5DRNKS from Religion and Deviance at Four American Universities
    In the past week, have you consumed five or more alcoholic drinks on one occasion?

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Uncertain

  • ALQ120U from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), Demographic and Questionnaire Data, 2005-2006
    Number of days drink alcohol per week, month, year [UNIT OF MEASURE]

    1) Week
    2) Month
    3) Year

  • PROHIB2 from U.S. Congregational Life Survey, 2001, Presbyterian Profile
    Does your congregation or denomination have any special rules or prohibitions regarding the following? Drinking alcohol.

    1) Yes
    2) No

  • ONEDRINK from Religion and Deviance at Four American Universities
    For the next three questions, one alcoholic drink is defined as one 12-ounce beer, one 5-ounce glass of wine, or one ounce of distilled spirits, such as whiskey, etc. How often do you consume at least one drink of alcohol each month?

    0) Never
    1) 1-10 times
    2) 11-20 times
    3) More than 20 times

  • RELACT5 from America's Evangelicals
    Would you say that your religious faith has led you to (RANDOMIZE): Abstain from alcohol

    1) Yes
    2) No
    3) Don't know/Refused

  • DC3D from Nebraska Annual Social Indicators Survey, 2000
    Which of these programs do you feel should be offered by prisons to rehabilitate offenders? ... Drug and alcohol treatment?

    1) Yes
    5) No
    8) Don't know
    9) Refused

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