HHID HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9000 Type: Character Width: 6 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 19580 000002-213479. Household Identifier range

PN PERSON NUMBERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9021 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 User note: Respondent person numbers ending in 0 are generally from the original sample; respondent person numbers ending in 1 or 2 are generally new spouses or partners added since the original sample. ................................................................................ 11086 010. Person Number 311 011. Person Number 6 012. Person Number 5918 020. Person Number 50 021. Person Number 1 022. Person Number 904 030. Person Number 24 031. Person Number 1 032. Person Number 1246 040. Person Number 33 041. Person Number

GSUBHH 2000 SUB-HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9007 Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 18906 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 358 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 264 2. Split household - other half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 11 5. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 1 6. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 40 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite

FSUBHH 1998 SUB-HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFIERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9006 Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 19062 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 265 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 218 2. Split household - other half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 6 5. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 6. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 29 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite

GPN_SP 2000 SPOUSE/PARTNER PERSON NUMBERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9031 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 User note: The person number of the spouse or partner of this respondent if the spouse or partner also provided a core interview. ................................................................................ 5515 010. Person Number 269 011. Person Number 6 012. Person Number 4986 020. Person Number 41 021. Person Number 1 022. Person Number 779 030. Person Number 22 031. Person Number 1 032. Person Number 1082 040. Person Number 30 041. Person Number 6848 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable) - No spouse interview

GCSR 2000 WHETHER COVERSHEET RESPONDENTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9061 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 13091 1. Yes 95 2. Yes - household had two coversheet respondents and the coversheet information given by this respondent has been retained. 3. Yes - household had two coversheet respondents for some sections and the coversheet information given by this respondent has been retained. 4. No - household had no coversheet respondents but the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_CS in the household record. 6299 5. No 95 6. No - household had two coversheet respondents and the coversheet information given by this respondent has not been retained. 7. No - household had two coversheet respondents for some sections and the coversheet information given by this respondent has not been retained. 8. No - household had no coversheet respondents and the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_NCS in the household record.

GFAMR 2000 WHETHER FAMILY RESPONDENTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9062 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 13096 1. Yes 11 2. Yes - household had two family respondents and the family information given by this respondent has been retained. 3. Yes - household had two family respondents for some sections and the family information given by this respondent has been retained. 4. No - household had no family respondents but the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_FAM in the household record. 6462 5. No 11 6. No - household had two family respondents and the family information given by this respondent has not been retained. 7. No - household had two family respondents for some sections and the family information given by this respondent has not been retained. 8. No - household had no family respondents and the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_NFAM in the household record.

GFINR 2000 WHETHER FINANCIAL RESPONDENTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9063 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 13107 1. Yes 10 2. Yes - household had two financial respondents and the financial information given by this respondent has been retained. 3. Yes - household had two financial respondents for some sections and the financial information given by this respondent has been retained. 4. No - household had no financial respondents but the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_FIN in the household record. 6453 5. No 10 6. No - household had two financial respondents and the financial information given by this respondent has not been retained. 7. No - household had two financial respondents for some sections and the financial information given by this respondent has not been retained. 8. No - household had no financial respondents and the person number of this respondent appears as the GPN_NFIN in the household record.

GQDT 2000 Q_NAIRE FILESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9080 Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 User note: Questionnaire data file. ................................................................................ 7125 8. AHEAD and CODA cohort data file 12455 9. HRS and WAR BABY cohort data file

GQNR 2000 QUESTIONNAIRESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q9070 Type: Character Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Range is not continuous because some questionnaires were invalid. ................................................................................ 19580 00001-12458. Questionnaire number range

G4982 H0.INTROSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4982 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H0. Next I have some questions about how likely you think various events might be. When I ask a question I'd like for you to give me a number from 0 to 100, where "0" means that you think there is absolutely no chance, and "100" means that you think the event is absolutely sure to happen. For example, no one can ever be sure about tomorrow's weather, but if you think that rain is very unlikely tomorrow, you might say that there is a 10 percent chance of rain. If you think there is a very good chance that it will rain tomorrow, you might say that there is an 80 percent chance of rain. User note: This preamble variable has been included in this data set in order to document questionnaire flow; all data values are blanks. ................................................................................ 19580 Blank. No data

G4983 H0-1.PRACTICE QUESTIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4983 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H0-1. Let's try an example together and start with the weather. What do you think are the chances that it will be sunny tomorrow? ("100" means 'a 100 percent chance of sunny weather.' And you can say any number from 0 to 100.) (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16951 0-100. Actual value 346 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 187 999. RF (refused) 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

G4984 H1.EXP:INC-INFLATIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4984 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H1. What do you think are the chances that your income will keep up with inflation for the next five years? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16125 0-100. Actual value 1155 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 204 999. RF (refused) 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

G4985 H2. LEAVE INHERIT-10KSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4985 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H2. Including property and other valuables that you might own, what are the chances that you (and your husband/wife/partner) will leave an inheritance totalling $10,000 or more? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16614 0-100. Actual value 585 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 285 999. RF (refused) 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

G4987 H2A. LEAVE INHERIT-100KSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4987 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H2a. What are the chances that you (and your husband/wife/partner) will leave an inheritance totalling $100,000 or more? INCLUDE PROPERTIES AND OTHER VALUABLE ITEMS AS WELL AS MONEY HERE. (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 13604 0-100. Actual value 148 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 66 999. RF (refused) 5762 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4985:H2] IS (DK OR RF); [Q4985:H2] IS (0); partial interview

G4988 H2B. LEAVE ANY INHERITSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4988 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H2b. What are the chances that you (and your husband/wife/partner) will leave any inheritance? INCLUDE PROPERTIES AND OTHER VALUABLE ITEMS AS WELL AS MONEY HERE. (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 2708 0-100. Actual value 85 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 999. RF (refused) 16784 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4985:H2] IS (DK OR RF); [Q4987:H2a] IS (A); partial interview

G4989 H3. RCV INHERITSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4989 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H3. And how about the chances that you will receive an inheritance during the next 10 years? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16882 0-100. Actual value 358 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 244 999. RF (refused) 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS * if [Q4984:H1] IS (NE DK AND NE RF) OR [Q4985:H2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF) OR [Q4989:H3] IS (NE DK AND NE RF) then [G4990.H_CKPT1.PROBABILITY SCALE CHECKPOINT] = 1 * if [Q1:PR1] IS (GE 0) then [G4990.H_CKPT1.PROBABILITY SCALE CHECKPOINT] = 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -G4990 H_CKPT1.PROBABILITY SCALE CHECKPOINTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4990 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 429 0. NO VALID RESPONSE TO THE FIRST THREE PROBABILITY QUESTIONS 17055 1. VALID RESPONSE TO AT LEAST ONE OF THE FIRST THREE PROBABILITY QUESTIONS 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

G4991 H3A. RCV INHERIT AMTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4991 Type: Numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 H3a. About how large do you expect that inheritance to be? DO NOT PROBE DK/RF AMOUNT: ................................................................................ 16 0. Nothing 2357 1-99999996. Actual value 2021 99999998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 67 99999999. RF (refused) 15119 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q4989:H3] IS (0 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G4992 H3B. MORE THAN 50KSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4992 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H3b. Would it amount to less than $50,000, more than $50,000 or what? ................................................................................ 1125 1. LESS THAN $50,000 83 3. ABOUT $50,000 358 5. MORE THAN $50,000 482 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 56 9. RF (refused) 17476 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q4989:H3] IS (0 OR DK OR RF); [Q4991:H3a] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); partial interview

G4993 H3C. MORE THAN 10KSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4993 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H3c. (Would it amount to) less than $10,000, more than $10,000 or what? ................................................................................ 506 1. LESS THAN $10,000 168 3. ABOUT $10,000 372 5. MORE THAN $10,000 78 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18455 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q4989:H3] IS (0 OR DK OR RF); [Q4991:H3a] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q4992:H3b] IS (5); [Q4992:H3b] IS (3 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G4994 H3D. MORE THAN 250KSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4994 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H3d. (Would it amount to) less than $250,000, more $250,000, or what? ................................................................................ 234 1. LESS THAN $250,000 22 3. ABOUT $250,000 76 5. MORE THAN $250,000 23 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 19222 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q4989:H3] IS (0 OR DK OR RF); [Q4991:H3a] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q4992:H3b] IS (3 OR DK OR RF); [Q4993:H3c] IS (A); partial interview

G4995 H3E. MORE THAN 1MILLSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4995 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H3e. (Would it amount to) less than a million dollars, more than a million dollars, or what? ................................................................................ 55 1. LESS THAN $1,000,000 4 3. ABOUT $1,000,000 13 5. MORE THAN $1,000,000 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19504 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q4989:H3] IS (0 OR DK OR RF); [Q4991:H3a] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q4992:H3b] IS (3 OR DK OR RF); [Q4993:H3c] IS (A); [Q4994:H3d] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G4996 H4. LIKELIHOOD LOST JOBSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4996 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H4. Sometimes people are permanently laid off from jobs that they want to keep. On the same scale from 0 to 100 where 0 equals absolutely no chance and 100 equals absolutely certain, what are the chances that you will lose your job during the next year? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 5091 0-100. Actual value 81 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 999. RF (refused) 14405 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1) OR [Q3382:G3] IS (2); partial interview

G4997 H5. LIKELIHOOD FIND JOBSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4997 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H5. Suppose you were to lose your job this month. What do you think are the chances that you could find an equally good job in the same line of work within the next few months? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 5084 0-100. Actual value 82 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 999. RF (refused) 14405 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1) OR [Q3382:G3] IS (2); partial interview

G4998 H6. WORK FUTURESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q4998 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H6. (On this same 0 to 100 scale), what are the chances that you will be working for pay at some time in the future? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 10427 0-100. Actual value 94 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 10 999. RF (refused) 9049 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (1); partial interview

G5002 H7. WORK AFTER 62Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5002 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H7. IF Q3382 IS (1) Thinking about work in general and not just your present job, what do you think the chances are that you will be working ELSE What do you think the chances are that you will be working END full-time after you reach age 62? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN 996 ALREADY AGE 62 ................................................................................ 4267 0-100. Actual value 111 996. ALREADY AGE 62 41 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 999. RF (refused) 15159 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (GT 62); partial interview

G5003 H8. WORK AFTER 65Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5003 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H8. And what about the chances that you will be working full-time after you reach age 65? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN 996 ALREADY AGE 65 ................................................................................ 3384 0-100. Actual value 2 996. ALREADY AGE 65 28 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 999. RF (refused) 16166 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1); [Q5002:H7] IS (00); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (GT 65); partial interview

G5004 H9. HEALTH LIMIT WORKSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5004 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H9. What about the chances that your health will limit your work activity during the next 10 years? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN 996 ALREADY LIMITS WORK ACTIVITY ................................................................................ 6168 0-100. Actual value 30 996. ALREADY LIMITS WORK ACTIVITY 317 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 999. RF (refused) 13056 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G5006 H9A. FIND JOBSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5006 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H9a. You told us earlier that you were looking for a new job. On this 0 to 100 scale, what are the chances that you will find a job like the one you're looking for within the next few months? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 634 0-100. Actual value 11 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 999. RF (refused) 18934 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q3787:G109] IS (NE 1) AND [Q3800:G115] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G5010 H10. CHANCE MOVESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5010 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H10. Now using the same scale as before where "0" is absolutely no chance and "100" means that it is absolutely certain, please tell me what you think are the chances that you will move in the next two years? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 8943 0-100. Actual value 207 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 10 999. RF (refused) 10420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G5011 H10A. CHANCES WILL MOVESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5011 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H10a. Do you think you will move to another state? ................................................................................ 196 1. YES 547 5. NO 25 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18812 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5010:H10] IS (LT 60); partial interview

G5012M H10B.MOVE TO ANOTHER REGIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q15012 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 H10b. Which state? STATE: User note: Code categories have been collapsed to protect respondent confidentiality. ................................................................................ 14 1. Northeast Region: New England Division (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT) 18 2. Northeast Region: Middle Atlantic Division (NY, NJ, PA) 15 3. Midwest Region: East North Central Division (OH, IN, IL, MI, WI) 10 4. Midwest Region: West North Central Division (MN, IA, MO, ND, SD, NE, KS) 55 5. South Region: South Atlantic Division (DE, MD, DC, VA, West VA, NC, SC, GA, FL) 8 6. South Region: East South Central Division (KY, TN, AL, MS) 14 7. South Region: West South Central Division (AR, LA, OK, TX) 24 8. West Region: Mountain Division (MT, ID, WY, CO, NM, AZ, UT, NV) 27 9. West Region: Pacific Division (WA, OR, CA, AK, HI) 10. U.S., NA state 2 11. Foreign Country: Not in a Census Division (includes U.S. territories) 96. Same State (see questionnaire) 9 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19384 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5010:H10] IS (LT 60); [Q5011:H10a] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G5015 H10C. BUY/BUILD/RENTSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5015 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H10c. Do you think you will buy or build a home, rent, move in with someone else or what? ................................................................................ 346 1. BUY OR BUILD 278 2. RENT 83 3. MOVE IN WITH SOMEONE ELSE 60 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18812 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5010:H10] IS (LT 60); partial interview

G5016 H10D. WITH WHOM LIVESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5016 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H10d. With whom would you live? ................................................................................ 36 1. CHILD 1 2. PARENT 22 3. OTHER RELATIVE 20 5. Assisted living or other long term care facility 2 7. OTHER (SPECIFY) 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19497 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5010:H10] IS (LT 60); [Q5015:H10c] IS (1 OR 2 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G5018 H11. CHANCE LIVE TO 75Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5018 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H11. (What is the percent chance) that you will live to be 75 or more? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 8232 0-100. Actual value 402 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 21 999. RF (refused) 10925 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (GT 65); partial interview

G5020 H12. CHANCE LIVE TO 85Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5020 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H12. (What is the percent chance) that you will live to be (80/85/90/95/100) or more? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN User note: Age to Fill based on Calculated Age (Q1101) 80 69 or less 85 70-74 90 75-79 95 80-84 100 85-89 ................................................................................ 15227 0-100. Actual value 812 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 34 999. RF (refused) 3507 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q5018:H11] IS (A) AND [Q5018:H11] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (GE 90); partial interview

G5021 H13. GIVE MAJOR FINANCIAL HELPSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5021 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H13. (Using a number from 0-100) What are the chances that you (and your husband/wife/partner) will give financial help totalling $5,000 or more to grown children, relatives or friends over the next ten years? INCLUDE COLLEGE TUITION PAYMENT BUT NOT SHARED HOUSING OR FOOD. (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16592 0-100. Actual value 404 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 59 999. RF (refused) 2525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); partial interview

G5022 H13A. RCV MAJOR FIN HELPSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5022 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H13a. What are the chances that you (and your husband/wife/partner) will receive financial help totalling $5,000 or more from your children, relatives or friends over the next 10 years? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 16732 0-100. Actual value 271 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 52 999. RF (refused) 2525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); partial interview

G5023 H14. MOVE TO NURSING HOMESection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5023 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H14. IF Q1101 IS (LT65) (What is the percent chance) that you will ever have to move to a nursing home? ELSE (What is the percent chance) that you will move to a nursing home in the next five years? END NURSING HOMES ARE INSTITUTIONS PRIMARILY FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED CONSTANT NURSING SUPERVISION OR ARE INCAPABLE OF LIVING INDEPENDENTLY. NURSING SUPERVISION MUST BE PROVIDED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS FOR THE INSTITUTION TO QUALIFY AS A NURSING HOME. PLEASE DON'T INCLUDE STAYS IN ADULT FOSTER CARE FACILITIES OR OTHER SHORT-TERM STAYS IN A HOSPITAL. (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 8298 0-100. Actual value 699 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 51 999. RF (refused) 10532 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q558:CS11] IS (1); partial interview

G5024 H15. DOUBLE-DIGITS INFLATIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5024 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H15. And how about the chances that the U.S. economy will experience double-digit inflation sometime during the next 10 years or so? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 14861 0-100. Actual value 2145 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 49 999. RF (refused) 2525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); partial interview

G5025 H16. MAJOR DEPRESSIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5025 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H16. What do you think are the chances that the U.S. economy will experience a major depression sometime during the next 10 years or so? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 174 0-100. Actual value 21 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 999. RF (refused) 19385 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G5026 H17. CONGRESSSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5026 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 H17. How about the chances that Congress will change Social Security sometime in the next 10 years or so, so that it becomes less generous than now? (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100) 00 ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE 100 ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN ................................................................................ 182 0-100. Actual value 13 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 999. RF (refused) 19385 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q4990:H_CKPT1] IS (0); [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G5027 H18. RISK AVERSION-1Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5027 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H18. IWER: READ SLOWLY Now I have another kind of question. Suppose that you are the only income earner in the family. Your doctor recommends that you move because of allergies, and you have to choose between two possible jobs. The first would guarantee your current total family income for life. The second is possibly better paying, but the income is also less certain. There is a 50-50 chance the second job would double your total lifetime income and a 50-50 chance that it would cut it by a third. Which job would you take -- the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 1101 1. FIRST JOB 298 2. SECOND JOB 121 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 68 9. RF (refused) 17992 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); partial interview

G5033 H18A. RISK AVERSION-2Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5033 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H18a. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would double your lifetime income, and 50-50 that it would cut it in half. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 122 1. FIRST JOB 172 2. SECOND JOB 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19282 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q5027:H18] IS (1); [Q5027:H18] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G5034 H18B. RISK AVERSION-3Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5034 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H18b. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would double your lifetime income and 50-50 that it would cut it by seventy-five percent. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 96 1. FIRST JOB 71 2. SECOND JOB 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19408 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q5027:H18] IS (1); [Q5027:H18] IS (DK OR RF); [Q5033:H18a] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G5035 H18C. RISK AVERSION-4Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5035 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H18c. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would double your lifetime income and 50-50 that it would cut it by twenty percent. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 886 1. FIRST JOB 196 2. SECOND JOB 19 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18479 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q5027:H18] IS (DK OR RF); [Q5033:H18a] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); [Q5034:H18b] IS (A); partial interview

G5036 H18D. RISK AVERSION-5Section: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5036 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H18d. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would double your lifetime income and 50-50 that it would cut it by 10 percent. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 636 1. FIRST JOB 239 2. SECOND JOB 11 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18694 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q5027:H18] IS (DK OR RF); [Q5033:H18a] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); [Q5034:H18b] IS (A); [Q5035:H18c] IS (2 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G5037 H19. PLANNING/SAVING/SPENDINGSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5037 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H19. In deciding how much of their (family) income to spend or save, people are likely to think about different financial planning periods. In planning your (family's) saving and spending, which of the following time periods is most important to you (and your husband/wife/partner), the next few months, the next year, the next few years, the next 5-10 years, or longer than 10 years? ................................................................................ 254 1. THE NEXT FEW MONTHS 167 2. THE NEXT YEAR 378 3. THE NEXT FEW YEARS 488 4. THE NEXT 5-10 YEARS 165 5. LONGER THAN 10 YEARS 108 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 28 9. RF (refused) 17992 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); partial interview

G5038 H20. CHILDREN HH EARNINGSSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5038 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H20. When your children get to be your age, do you think their household earnings adjusted for inflation will be higher, lower, or the same as yours are now? ................................................................................ 55 1. HIGHER 17 2. LOWER 17 3. SAME 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19487 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (LT 1) OR [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1) OR [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G5039 H20A. CHILD EARNINGS HIGHERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5039 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H20a. Would you say much higher? ................................................................................ 39 1. YES 16 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (LT 1) OR [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1) OR [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5038:H20] IS (2); [Q5038:H20] IS (3 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G5040 H20B. CHILD EARNINGS LOWERSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5040 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H20b. Would you say much lower? ................................................................................ 9 1. YES 8 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19563 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (LT 1) OR [Q3381:G2] IS (NE 1) OR [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); [Q5038:H20] IS (3 OR DK OR RF); [Q5039:H20a] IS (A); partial interview

G5041 H21.ASSIST SECTION HSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q5041 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 H_ASSIST IWER: HOW OFTEN DID R RECEIVE ASSISTANCE WITH ANSWERS IN SECTION H - PROBABILITIES? ................................................................................ 17195 1. NEVER 180 2. A FEW TIMES 57 3. MOST OR ALL OF THE TIME 43 4. THE SECTION WAS DONE BY A PROXY REPORTER 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 2096 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); partial interview

GVERSION 2000 DATA RELEASE VERSIONSection: H Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q20001 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 19580 1. Version 1, September 2002