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

PN PERSON NUMBERSection: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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: M 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

G6519 CSYY50.REQUEST FOR RESPONDENT SSNSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6519 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 CSYY50. One of the most important parts of our study is to understand the financial situations of people in their retirement years. In order to get complete data for this research, we are requesting the social security numbers of our respondents. (I will be sending you/I have with me) a letter explaining what kind of data will be obtained, and the care taken to protect our respondents' confidentiality. (Would you be willing to provide your Social Security number for the research purposes described?) ................................................................................ 1090 1. RESPONDENT AGREES - FORM BEING MAILED TO RESPONDENT 69 2. RESPONDENT AGREES SIGNED FORM OBTAINED BY INTERVIEWER 1022 5. RESPONDENT REFUSED 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 17391 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q265:PR265] IS (5); partial interview

G6523 RC-0A.INTRO COG MODULESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6523 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC-0a. IF Q480 IS (1) May I speak to [Q27-PR27.HH1 R 1ST NAME] and ask just a few questions? ELSE May I speak to [Q80-PR80.HH2 R FIRST NAME] and ask just a few questions? END ................................................................................ 119 1. R WILL TRY MODULE 1381 3. PROXY R-SKIP MODULE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 545 9. REFUSED BY R OR PROXY 17535 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); partial interview

G6524 RC-0B. WATCH TVSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6524 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC-0b. I have a few questions about the activities you are doing and how you like to spend your time. How often do you watch television--often, sometimes, or never? ................................................................................ 67 1. OFTEN 48 2. SOMETIMES 4 3. NEVER 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6525 RC-0C. VISIT FAMILYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6525 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC-0c. How often do you visit with family or friends, either in person or on the phone? (Is it often, sometimes or never?) ................................................................................ 64 1. OFTEN 44 2. SOMETIMES 9 3. NEVER 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6526 RC-0D. READ BOOKSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6526 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC-0d. How often do you read books or magazines for pleasure? (Is it often, sometimes, or never?) ................................................................................ 35 1. OFTEN 41 2. SOMETIMES 43 3. NEVER 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6528 RC-0F. OFTEN FAVORITE ACTIVITYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6528 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC-0f. How often do you do that? Is it often, sometimes, or never? USE ALT-D IF R DOESN'T HAVE FAVORITE ACTIVITY ................................................................................ 87 1. OFTEN 22 2. SOMETIMES 4 3. NEVER 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6533 RC1.RATE MEMORYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6533 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC1. Part of this study is concerned with people's memory, and ability to think about things. First, how would you rate your memory at the present time? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor? ................................................................................ 14 1. EXCELLENT 21 2. VERY GOOD 32 3. GOOD 30 4. FAIR 19 5. POOR 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6534 RC2.RATE MEMORY PASTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6534 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC2. Compared to (Q218-PR218.PREV WAVE IW MONTH / Q219-PR219.PREV WAVE IW YEAR/two years ago), would you say your memory is better now, about the same, or worse now than it was then? ................................................................................ 5 1. BETTER 72 2. SAME 38 3. WORSE 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6538 RC3.WORDS PREAMBLESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6538 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC3. I'll read a set of 10 words and ask you to recall as many as you can. We have purposely made the list long so that it will be difficult for anyone to recall all the words -- most people recall just a few. Please listen carefully as I read the set of words because I cannot repeat them. When I finish, I will ask you to recall aloud as many of the words as you can, in any order. Is this clear? PROBE AS NEEDED FOR UNDERSTANDING OF TASK. READ THE ITEMS AT A SLOW, STEADY RATE AS THEY COME UP ON THE SCREEN, APPROXIMATELY ONE WORD EVERY TWO SECONDS IWER: IF R REFUSES DURING OR AFTER THE PREAMBLE AND BEFORE ANY WORDS ARE READ, ENTER ALT-R AT THIS SCREEN. User note: This preamble variable has been included in this data set in order to document questionnaire flow; all data values are blanks. ................................................................................ 9. RF (refused) 19580 Blank. No data

G6540 RC3S.COUNTER WORDS LOOPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6540 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 User note: One of four word lists was randomly assigned to be read to the respondent. This variable documents which list was read to the respondent and the words in that list. The first list of words consisted of words 1-10, the second list consisted of words 11-20, etc. The assignment was made longitudinally, so each respondent is assigned a different set of words in each of four successive waves of data collection. The assignment is also made so that two respondents in the same household (i.e., spouses or partners of one another) are not assigned the same set of words in the same or in adjacent waves. ................................................................................ 28 1. HOTEL 2. RIVER 3. TREE 4. SKIN 5. GOLD 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. CHILD 9. KING 10. BOOK 25 11. SKY 12. OCEAN 13. FLAG 14. DOLLAR 15. WIFE 16. MACHINE 17. HOME 18. EARTH 19. COLLEGE 20. BUTTER 27 21. WOMAN 22. ROCK 23. BLOOD 24. CORNER 25. SHOES 26. LETTER 27. GIRL 28. HOUSE 29. VALLEY 30. ENGINE 25 31. WATER 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. PALACE 35. FIRE 36. GARDEN 37. SEA 38. VILLAGE 39. BABY 40. TABLE 19475 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview

G6545M1 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 1 3. GOLD 10 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 3 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 2 10. TREE 3 11. BUTTER 1 12. COLLEGE 1 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 2 15. FLAG 2 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 1 18. OCEAN 9 19. SKY 1 20. WIFE 1 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 5 23. ENGINE 2 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 2 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 13 30. WOMAN 2 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 2 33. DOCTOR 2 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 1 36. PALACE 37. SEA 4 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 9 40. WATER 3 51. 1st WRONG WORD 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 13 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 1 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 99. RF (refused) 19475 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M2 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 2 1. BOOK 2 2. CHILD 6 3. GOLD 1 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 5 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 3 10. TREE 1 11. BUTTER 2 12. COLLEGE 2 13. DOLLAR 2 14. EARTH 1 15. FLAG 3 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 6 18. OCEAN 1 19. SKY 1 20. WIFE 3 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 6 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 10 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 1 30. WOMAN 2 31. BABY 6 32. CHURCH 4 33. DOCTOR 1 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 2 37. SEA 1 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 2 40. WATER 4 51. 1st WRONG WORD 1 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M3 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 2 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 2 3. GOLD 2 4. HOTEL 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 2 8. RIVER 1 9. SKIN 4 10. TREE 3 11. BUTTER 1 12. COLLEGE 2 13. DOLLAR 2 14. EARTH 1 15. FLAG 3 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 2 18. OCEAN 1 19. SKY 20. WIFE 4 21. BLOOD 2 22. CORNER 3 23. ENGINE 1 24. GIRL 4 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 2 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 2 30. WOMAN 1 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 3 33. DOCTOR 1 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 1 36. PALACE 1 37. SEA 3 38. TABLE 1 39. VILLAGE 1 40. WATER 7 51. 1st WRONG WORD 3 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 1 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19506 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M4 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 1 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 1 8. RIVER 2 9. SKIN 2 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 1 12. COLLEGE 1 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 3 16. HOME 1 17. MACHINE 2 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 2 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 2 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 3 24. GIRL 2 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 1 27. ROCK 2 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 2 31. BABY 1 32. CHURCH 1 33. DOCTOR 1 34. FIRE 2 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 2 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 1 40. WATER 3 51. 1st WRONG WORD 1 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19534 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M5 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 2 8. RIVER 3 9. SKIN 10. TREE 1 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 2 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 1 17. MACHINE 1 18. OCEAN 2 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 1 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 1 27. ROCK 1 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 2 30. WOMAN 1 31. BABY 1 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 1 37. SEA 1 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. 1st WRONG WORD 2 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 1 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19549 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M6 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 1 4. HOTEL 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 1 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 1 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 1 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 2 29. VALLEY 1 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 2 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 2 51. 1st WRONG WORD 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19565 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M7 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 1 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 2 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 1 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 1 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. 1st WRONG WORD 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19572 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M8 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. 1st WRONG WORD 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6545M9 RC4.WORD RECALL IMMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6545 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC4. Now please tell me the words you can recall. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO ABOUT 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was nine. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. 1st WRONG WORD 52. 2nd WRONG WORD 53. 3rd WRONG WORD 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19578 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6547M1 RC4CHK.IWER CHKPTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6547 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC4CHK. IWER: PLEASE INDICATE WHETHER ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PROBLEMS OCCURRED IN RELATION TO WORD RECALL. CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to six responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was one. ................................................................................ 9 1. R HAD DIFFICULTY HEARING ANY OF THE WORDS 6 2. INTERRUPTION OCCURRED WHILE YOU WERE READING LIST 3 3. OTHER PROBLEM (PLEASE SPECIFY:) 86 4. NO PROBLEMS OCCURRED 5. Language problem 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19475 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6548 RC5. CESD DEPRESSEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6548 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Now think about the past week and the feelings you have experienced. Please tell me if each of the following was true for you much of the time during the past week. PRESS "1" FOR "YES" AND "5" FOR "NO" RC5. Much of the time during the past week, you felt depressed. (Would you say yes or no?)............... (Much of the time during the past week) RC5a. You felt that everything you did was an effort...... RC5b. Your sleep was restless............................. RC5c. You were happy...................................... RC5d. You felt lonely..................................... RC5e. You enjoyed life.................................... RC5g. You felt sad........................................ RC5h. You could not get going............................. RC5j. You had a lot of energy............................. ................................................................................ 45 1. YES 66 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6549 RC5A. CESD EFFORTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6549 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 55 1. YES 55 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6550 RC5B. CESD SLEEPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6550 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 45 1. YES 66 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6551 RC5C. CESD HAPPYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6551 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 84 1. YES 25 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6552 RC5D. CESD LONELYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6552 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 29 1. YES 81 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6553 RC5E. CESD ENJOY LIFESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6553 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 92 1. YES 17 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6554 RC5G. CESD SADSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6554 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 30 1. YES 80 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6555 RC5H. CESD GOINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6555 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 37 1. YES 72 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6556 RC5J. ENERGYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6556 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 55 1. YES 53 5. NO 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6562 RC6. COUNT 20 - 1ST TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6562 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6. For this next question, please try to count backward as quickly as you can from the number I will give you. I will tell you when to stop. IWER: ALLOW R TO START OVER IF S/HE WISHES TO DO SO PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS YOU READ THE NUMBER Please start with: 20 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

G6564 RC6A. END 20Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6564 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6a. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS R HAS COUNTED 10 NUMBERS, OR STOPS, OR ASKS TO START OVER IWER: R CAN CORRECTLY COUNT DOWN FROM 19 TO 10 OR FROM 20 TO 11 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

G6570 RC6C. IWER CHECK 20-1ST TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6570 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6c. You may stop now. Thank you. IWER: CODE CORRECT IF R COUNTED BACKWARDS FROM 19 TO 10 OR FROM 20 TO 11 WITHOUT ERROR USE ALT-R IF R REFUSED TO TRY THE TASK ................................................................................ 77 1. CORRECT 20 5. INCORRECT 2 6. WANTS TO START OVER 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 20 9. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6571 RC6D. COUNT 20-2ND TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6571 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6d. Let's try again. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS YOU READ THE NUMBER The number to count backward from is: 20 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

G6573 RC6Y1. ENDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6573 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6Y1. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS R HAS COUNTED 10 NUMBERS OR STOPS 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

G6580 RC6F. IWER CHECK 20-2ND TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6580 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6f. You may stop now. Thank you. IWER: CODE CORRECT IF R COUNTED BACKWARDS FROM 19 TO 10 OR FROM 20 TO 11 WITHOUT ERROR USE ALT-R IF R REFUSED TO TRY THE TASK ................................................................................ 1 1. CORRECT 1 5. INCORRECT 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19578 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6570:RC6c] IS (RF); [Q6570:RC6c] IS (NE 6); partial interview

G6585 RC6G. COUNT 86-1ST TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6585 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6g. Now please try counting backward from a different number. Remember to count as quickly as you can from the number I mention. IWER: ALLOW R TO START OVER IF S/HE WISHES TO DO SO PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS YOU READ THE NUMBER Please start with: 86 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

G6587 RC6Y2. ENDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6587 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6Y2. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS R HAS COUNTED 10 NUMBERS, OR STOPS, OR ASKS TO START OVER IWER: R CAN CORRECTLY COUNT DOWN FROM 86 TO 77 OR FROM 85 TO 76 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

G6594 RC6J. IWER CHECK 86-1ST TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6594 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6j. You may stop now. Thank you. IWER: CODE CORRECT IF R COUNTED BACKWARDS FROM 85 TO 76 OR FROM 86 TO 77 WITHOUT ERROR USE ALT-R IF R REFUSED TO TRY THE TASK ................................................................................ 61 1. CORRECT 32 5. INCORRECT 3 6. WANTS TO START OVER 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 19481 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6570:RC6c] IS (RF); partial interview

G6595 RC6K. COUNT 86-2ND TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6595 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6k. Let's try again. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS YOU READ THE NUMBER The number to count backward from is: 86 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

G6597 RC6Y3. ENDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6597 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6Y3. PRESS ENTER AS SOON AS R HAS COUNTED 10 NUMBERS OR STOPS 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

G6604 RC6N. IWER CHECK 86-2ND TRYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6604 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC6n. You may stop now. Thank you. IWER: CODE CORRECT IF R COUNTED BACKWARDS FROM 85 TO 76 OR FROM 86 TO 77 WITHOUT ERROR USE ALT-R IF R REFUSED TO TRY THE TASK ................................................................................ 3 1. CORRECT 5. INCORRECT 7. Other 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6570:RC6c] IS (RF); [Q6594:RC6j] IS (NE 6); partial interview

G6610 RCTIME8.RC7 TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6610 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 119 1580-22294. Actual value 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6611 RC7A. SERIES 7-1Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6611 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 RC7a. Now let's try some subtraction of numbers. One hundred minus 7 equals what? IF R ADDS 7 INSTEAD, YOU MAY REPEAT QUESTION ................................................................................ 72 0-996. Actual value 17 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 30 999. RF (refused) 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6612 RC7B. SERIES 7-2Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6612 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 RC7b. And 7 from that ................................................................................ 60 0-996. Actual value 8 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 999. RF (refused) 19508 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6611:RC7a] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6613 RC7C. SERIES 7-3Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6613 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 RC7c. And 7 from that ................................................................................ 53 0-996. Actual value 5 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 999. RF (refused) 19520 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6611:RC7a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6612:RC7b] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6614 RC7D. SERIES 7-4Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6614 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 RC7d. And 7 from that ................................................................................ 50 0-996. Actual value 2 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 999. RF (refused) 19527 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6611:RC7a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6612:RC7b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6613:RC7c] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6615 RC7E. SERIES 7-5Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6615 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 RC7e. And 7 from that ................................................................................ 47 0-996. Actual value 3 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 999. RF (refused) 19530 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6611:RC7a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6612:RC7b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6613:RC7c] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6614:RC7d] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6619 RCTIME9.RC8 START TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6619 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 119 1600-22299. Actual value 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6620M1 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 2 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 2 3. GOLD 3 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 2 8. RIVER 1 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 1 13. DOLLAR 1 14. EARTH 1 15. FLAG 2 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 2 18. OCEAN 7 19. SKY 20. WIFE 5 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 2 23. ENGINE 2 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 1 27. ROCK 2 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 7 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 2 32. CHURCH 1 33. DOCTOR 1 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 2 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 4 40. WATER 1 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 18 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 4 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 99. RF (refused) 19491 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M2 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1 1. BOOK 1 2. CHILD 1 3. GOLD 2 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 1 8. RIVER 1 9. SKIN 2 10. TREE 1 11. BUTTER 1 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 1 14. EARTH 2 15. FLAG 16. HOME 1 17. MACHINE 3 18. OCEAN 1 19. SKY 3 20. WIFE 3 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 4 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 5 27. ROCK 1 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 1 30. WOMAN 1 31. BABY 3 32. CHURCH 1 33. DOCTOR 2 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 1 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 1 40. WATER 3 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M3 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 3 2. CHILD 1 3. GOLD 1 4. HOTEL 1 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 2 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 1 10. TREE 1 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 2 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 1 18. OCEAN 2 19. SKY 1 20. WIFE 2 21. BLOOD 2 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 3 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 2 27. ROCK 1 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 4 30. WOMAN 2 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 1 33. DOCTOR 1 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 1 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 2 40. WATER 5 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 1 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19536 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M4 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 1 4. HOTEL 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 1 9. SKIN 10. TREE 2 11. BUTTER 1 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 1 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 2 18. OCEAN 1 19. SKY 1 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 3 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 2 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 1 26. LETTER 1 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 1 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 1 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 1 36. PALACE 2 37. SEA 1 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 2 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19552 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M5 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 2 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 1 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 1 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 1 15. FLAG 16. HOME 1 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 2 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 1 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 1 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 1 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 1 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19563 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M6 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 1 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 1 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 1 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 1 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 1 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 1 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 1 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 1 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19571 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M7 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 6. MARKET 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 1 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 23. ENGINE 24. GIRL 1 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 1 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 1 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19576 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6620M8 RC8. WORDS DELAYEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6620 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 RC8. A little while ago, I read you a list of words and you repeated the ones you could remember. Please tell me any of the words that you remember now. PERMIT AS MUCH TIME AS R WISHES -- UP TO 2 MINUTES. User note: Up to fifteen responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was eight. ................................................................................ 1. BOOK 2. CHILD 3. GOLD 4. HOTEL 5. KING 6. MARKET 1 7. PAPER 8. RIVER 9. SKIN 10. TREE 11. BUTTER 12. COLLEGE 13. DOLLAR 14. EARTH 15. FLAG 16. HOME 17. MACHINE 18. OCEAN 19. SKY 20. WIFE 21. BLOOD 22. CORNER 1 23. ENGINE 24. GIRL 25. HOUSE 26. LETTER 27. ROCK 28. SHOES 29. VALLEY 30. WOMAN 31. BABY 32. CHURCH 33. DOCTOR 34. FIRE 35. GARDEN 36. PALACE 37. SEA 38. TABLE 39. VILLAGE 40. WATER 51. FIRST 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 52. SECOND 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 53. THIRD 'WRONG' WORD (i.e., word was not one of those read to the respondent) 96. NONE REMEMBERED, TRIED, DK 97. Other 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19578 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q6538:RC3] IS (RF) OR [Q6545:RC4] IS (96 OR DK OR RF); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6621 RCTIME10.RC8 END TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6621 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 119 1614-22316. Actual value 19461 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6624 RC9. COGINTROSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6624 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC9. We're interested in how memory actually works. We find that even people with very good memories seem to forget some things from time to time. The next questions are a little different, but are often asked on studies about memory. IWER: DO NOT PROBE DK/RF IN SECTION C (COGNITION) 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

G6625 RC9A. DATE MONTH-4QSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6625 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC9a. Please tell me today's date. PROBE MONTH, DAY, YEAR, DAY OF WEEK. THE DATE IS [Q770-CS22Y45.CUR YEAR YYYY] / [Q770-CS22Y45.CUR YEAR YYYY] / [Q770-CS22Y45.CUR YEAR YYYY] THE DAY IS [Q767-CSCALC1.CS CUR DAY TEXT] MONTH: DAY: YEAR: DAY OF WEEK: ................................................................................ 62 1. MONTH OK 10 5. MONTH NOT OK 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 12 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6626 RC9B. DATE DAYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6626 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 51 1. DATE OK 27 5. DATE NOT OK 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6627 RC9C. DATE-YEARSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6627 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 65 1. YEAR OK 12 5. YEAR NOT OK 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6628 RC9D. DATE-DAY/WEEKSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6628 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 62 1. DAY OK 15 5. DAY NOT OK 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6629 RC10. CUT PAPERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6629 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC10. Now I'm going to ask you for the names of some people and things. What do people usually use to cut paper? ................................................................................ 67 1. SCISSORS OR SHEARS ONLY 3 5. NOT CORRECT 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 12 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6630 RC11. CACTUSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6630 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC11. What do you call the kind of prickly plant that grows in the desert? ................................................................................ 46 1. CACTUS OR NAME OF KIND OF CACTUS 18 5. NOT CORRECT 11 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 11 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6631 RC12. PRESIDENT-2QSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6631 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC12. Who is the President of the United States right now? IWER: ANSWER IS CLINTON PROBE FOR LAST NAME. ................................................................................ 58 1. LAST NAME CORRECT 8 5. NOT CORRECT 9 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 11 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6632 RC12A. VICE PRES-2QSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6632 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC12a. Who is the Vice President? IWER: ANSWER IS GORE PROBE FOR LAST NAME. ................................................................................ 48 1. LAST NAME CORRECT 14 5. NOT CORRECT 13 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 11 9. RF (refused) 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6635 RC13.VOCABULARY WORDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6635 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13. Now please tell me the meanings of some words I will read to you. Any way you want to define the word is fine. 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

G6636 RCTIME11.RC13 START TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6636 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 86 1692-22378. Actual value 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6637_1 C13A. REPAIRSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6637 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13a. What is the meaning of the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Repair ELSE Conceal END ................................................................................ 7 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 2 2. Answer partially correct 24 3. Answer perfectly correct 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19546 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6637_2 C13A. CONCEALSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6637 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13a. What is the meaning of the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Repair ELSE Conceal END ................................................................................ 15 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 5 2. Answer partially correct 18 3. Answer perfectly correct 1 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 13 9. RF (refused) 19528 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6638 RCTIME12.RC13A 1ST TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6638 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 86 1701-22386. Actual value 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6640_1 C13C. FABRICSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6640 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13c. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Fabric ELSE Enormous END ................................................................................ 9 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 15 2. Answer partially correct 9 3. Answer perfectly correct 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19546 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6640_2 C13C. ENORMOUSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6640 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13c. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Fabric ELSE Enormous END ................................................................................ 13 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 21 2. Answer partially correct 4 3. Answer perfectly correct 1 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 13 9. RF (refused) 19528 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6641 RCTIME13.RC13C 2ND TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6641 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 86 1712-22398. Actual value 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6643_1 C13E. DOMESTICSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6643 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13e. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Domestic ELSE Perimeter END ................................................................................ 13 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 6 2. Answer partially correct 14 3. Answer perfectly correct 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19546 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6643_2 C13E. PERIMETERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6643 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13e. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Domestic ELSE Perimeter END ................................................................................ 28 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 5 2. Answer partially correct 4 3. Answer perfectly correct 1 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 14 9. RF (refused) 19528 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6644 RCTIME14.RC13E 3RD TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6644 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 86 1718-22405. Actual value 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6646_1 C13G. REMORSESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6646 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13g. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Remorse ELSE Compassion END ................................................................................ 14 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 12 2. Answer partially correct 7 3. Answer perfectly correct 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19546 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6646_2 C13G. COMPASSIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6646 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13g. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Remorse ELSE Compassion END ................................................................................ 26 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 8 2. Answer partially correct 5 3. Answer perfectly correct 1 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 12 9. RF (refused) 19528 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6647 RCTIME15.RC13G 4TH TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6647 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 86 1728-22415. Actual value 19494 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6649_1 C13J. PLAGIARIZESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6649 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13j. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Plagiarize ELSE Audacious END ................................................................................ 29 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 4 2. Answer partially correct 3. Answer perfectly correct 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19546 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6649_2 C13J. AUDACIOUSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6649 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 RC13j. (What is the meaning of) the word: IF Q914 IS (0 OR 1) Plagiarize ELSE Audacious END ................................................................................ 37 1. Don't know; answer incorrect 1 2. Answer partially correct 3. Answer perfectly correct 1 7. Off the phone. Can not hear at all 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 13 9. RF (refused) 19528 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (NE 2 AND NE 3) OR [Q517:CS1C] IS (4); [Q6523:RC-0a] IS (NE 1); [Q1101:A21Y1] IS (LT 65) AND [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1); partial interview

G6650 MDTIME1.MODULE START TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6650 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 19531 65-28537. Actual value 49 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); partial interview

G6651 M1-0. INTRO TO MODULESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6651 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-0. Although we have finished the interview, we would like to ask you a few new questions. They are very similar to the questions we have already asked you, but the researchers are interested in how people respond when the questions are changed just a little. ................................................................................ 12277 1. DO MODULE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3588 9. REFUSED 3714 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); partial interview

G6652 M1-1. HMO A MEDICARE OPTIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6652 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-1. You said earlier that you do not receive your Medicare benefits through an HMO, that is, through a Health Maintenance Organization. But, if you wanted to, do you have the option of using your Medicare to enroll in an HMO instead? ................................................................................ 153 1. YES 161 5. NO 145 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19121 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q6254:R11] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6653 M1-2A. CHOICE OF DOCTORSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6653 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-2a. IF Q6254 IS (1) You said earlier that you receive your Medicare benefits through an HMO, that is, through a Health Maintenance Organization. END We'd like to know what features are important to people in choosing between regular Medicare, a Medicare HMO, and other types of plans. How important are each of the following features to you in making this choice? First, what about having unlimited choice of doctors and specialists: Is this very important to you, somewhat important, or not at all important to you? ................................................................................ 453 1. VERY IMPORTANT 103 2. SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT 50 3. NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6654 M1-2B. KEEPING COSTS LOWSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6654 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-2b. Second, what about keeping down how much you yourself pay for visits to the doctor and for your monthly premiums? (Is this very important to you, somewhat important, or not at all important to you?) ................................................................................ 383 1. VERY IMPORTANT 150 2. SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT 67 3. NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT 9 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6656 M1-2C. GET NEEDED TREATMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6656 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-2c. And last, what about making sure that any treatment your doctor recommends will be covered by your insurance? (Is this very important to you, somewhat important, or not at all important to you?) ................................................................................ 521 1. VERY IMPORTANT 65 2. SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT 19 3. NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6659 M1-3. INTRODUCTIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6659 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3. The next questions compare two groups of people who have Medicare. Here are the facts about the two groups: The people in the first group have the regular Medicare plan. The people in the second group have their Medicare coverage through an HMO plan. No one has both an HMO and the regular Medicare plan. 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

G6660 M1-3A. APPROVED DOCTOR LISTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6660 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3a. Here's the first situation: A patient is given a list of approved doctors. To be covered, she can only choose doctors from that list. Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan? ................................................................................ 62 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 373 2. AN HMO PLAN 27 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 34 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 105 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6661 M1-3B. NURSING HOME COSTSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6661 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3b. Here's another situation: A patient needs to spend six months in a nursing home. All the costs are covered. (Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan?) ................................................................................ 85 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 39 2. AN HMO PLAN 52 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 260 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 165 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6662 M1-3C. RIGHT OF APPEALSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6662 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3c. Here's another situation: A medical bill which should have been covered is not paid. The patient has the right to appeal this. (Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan?) ................................................................................ 197 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 69 2. AN HMO PLAN 165 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 29 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 139 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 11 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6663 M1-3D.SEE ANOTHER DOCTORSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6663 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3d. Here's another situation: A patient's primary care doctor has no appointments available. The patient looks in the phone book and chooses another doctor who can see her immediately. This office visit is covered. (Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan?) ................................................................................ 316 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 40 2. AN HMO PLAN 33 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 76 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 131 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 14 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6664 M1-3E. TRANSFER HOSPITALSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6664 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3e. Here's another situation: Someone's regular blood pressure medication is partly paid for by their plan. (Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan?) ................................................................................ 81 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 171 2. AN HMO PLAN 74 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 123 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 143 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 18 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6665 M1-3F. EMERGENCY CARESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6665 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-3f. And here's a final situation: In a life-threatening situation, a patient can go to the nearest hospital emergency room and the visit will be covered. (Does this describe the regular Medicare plan, an HMO plan, both types of plan, or neither type of plan?) ................................................................................ 229 1. THE REGULAR MEDICARE PLAN 42 2. AN HMO PLAN 204 3. BOTH TYPES OF PLAN 24 4. NEITHER TYPE OF PLAN 93 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 18 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6674 M1-5. MEDICARE INFORMATIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6674 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M1-5. In the last two years have you obtained information from the Medicare program about your health insurance options? ................................................................................ 272 1. YES 313 5. NO 18 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18970 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6686 M2-1. CHIROPRACTORSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6686 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-1. Have you ever been treated by a chiropractor? ................................................................................ 497 1. YES 663 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6687 M2-2A. MASSAGE THERAPYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6687 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-2a. Have you ever received massage therapy? ................................................................................ 217 1. YES 943 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6688 M2-2B. ACUPUNCTURESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6688 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-2b. Have you ever been treated with acupuncture or acupressure? ................................................................................ 78 1. YES 1082 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6689 M2-3. DIETARY SUPPLEMENTSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6689 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-3. Are you now taking vitamin or mineral supplements on a regular basis? Examples include multivitamins, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, calcium, and magnesium. ................................................................................ 746 1. YES 414 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6690 M2-3A. MULTIVITAMINSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6690 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-3a. Please tell me which of the following you are taking on a regular basis. M2-3a. First: multivitamin? M2-3b. Vitamin A? M2-3c. Vitamin C? M2-3d. Vitamin D? M2-3e. Vitamin E? M2-3f. Calcium? M2-3g. Magnesium? ................................................................................ 550 1. YES 195 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6691 M2-3B. VITAMIN ASection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6691 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 124 1. YES 620 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6692 M2-3C. VITAMIN CSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6692 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 362 1. YES 382 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6693 M2-3D. VITAMIN DSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6693 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 160 1. YES 584 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6694 M2-3E. VITAMIN ESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6694 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 425 1. YES 319 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6695 M2-3F. CALCIUMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6695 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 401 1. YES 343 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6696 M2-3G. MAGNESIUMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6696 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 137 1. YES 607 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6697 M2-3H. ANY OTHERS?Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6697 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-3h. Are there any other vitamin or mineral supplements that you are taking on a regular basis? ................................................................................ 262 1. YES 481 5. NO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6699 M2-4. COST OF MULTIVITAMINSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6699 Type: Numeric Width: 6 Decimals: 0 M2-4. Altogether, about how much did you spend in the past 12 months on these vitamin and mineral supplements? AMOUNT: ................................................................................ 606 0-500. Actual value 34 501-999996. Actual value (verified) 104 999998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 999999. RF (refused) 18834 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6689:M2-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6703 M2-5. HERBAL SUPPLEMENTSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6703 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5. Do you ever use any herbal supplements or products, including pills or tinctures for health reasons? These might include, for example, things like aloe, echinacea, saw palmetto, and St. Johns wort. ................................................................................ 217 1. YES 943 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6704 M2-5A. ALOESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6704 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5a. Please tell me which of the folling you use. M2-5a. First: aloe? ................................................................................ 60 1. YES 157 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6707 M2-5B. ASTRAGALUSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6707 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5b. Astragalus? ................................................................................ 1 1. YES 215 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6710 M2-5C. CAT`S CLAWSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6710 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5c. Cat's claw? ................................................................................ 6 1. YES 210 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6713 M2-5D. CAYENNESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6713 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5d. Cayenne? ................................................................................ 26 1. YES 190 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6716 M2-5E. ECHINACEASection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6716 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5e. Echinacea? ................................................................................ 84 1. YES 132 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6719 M2-5F. FEVERFEWSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6719 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5f. Feverfew? ................................................................................ 5 1. YES 210 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6722 M2-5G. GARLICSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6722 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5g. Garlic? ................................................................................ 105 1. YES 110 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6725 M2-5H. GINKGO BILOBASection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6725 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5h. Ginkgo biloba? ................................................................................ 81 1. YES 134 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6728 M2-5J. GINSENGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6728 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5j. Ginseng? ................................................................................ 66 1. YES 149 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6731 M2-5K. GOLDENSEALSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6731 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5k. Goldenseal? ................................................................................ 30 1. YES 185 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6734 M2-5M. KAVASection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6734 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5m. Kava? ................................................................................ 16 1. YES 199 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6737 M2-5N. MA HUANGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6737 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5n. Ma Huang or Ephedra? ................................................................................ 5 1. YES 209 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6740 M2-5P. SAW PALMETTOSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6740 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5p. Saw Palmetto? ................................................................................ 45 1. YES 170 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6743 M2-5Q. ST JOHNS WORTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6743 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5q. St. Johns wort? ................................................................................ 42 1. YES 173 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6746 M2-5R. VALERIANSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6746 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5r. Valerian? ................................................................................ 10 1. YES 205 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6749 M2-5S. OTHER HERBALSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6749 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-5s. In addition to the herbs I just listed, are there any other herbal supplements or products which you use? ................................................................................ 77 1. YES 139 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6752 M2-6. HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS COSTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6752 Type: Numeric Width: 6 Decimals: 0 M2-6. Altogether, about how much did you spend on these herbal supplements and products in the past 12 months? AMOUNT: ................................................................................ 178 0-500. Actual value 6 501-999996. Actual value (verified) 31 999998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 999999. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6703:M2-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6758 M2-7. BREATHING EXERCISESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6758 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-7. Do you ever do regular breathing exercises? ................................................................................ 192 1. YES 967 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6759 M2-7A. BREATHING FREQUENCYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6759 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-7a. How often do you do such breathing exercises: daily, at least two or three times a week, at least once a week, at least once a month, or less often than that? ................................................................................ 107 1. DAILY 48 2. AT LEAST 2 OR 3 TIMES A WEEK 13 3. AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK 16 4. AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH 7 5. LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19388 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6758:M2-7] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6765 M2-8. MEDITATESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6765 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-8. Do you ever meditate? ................................................................................ 364 1. YES 795 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6766 M2-8A. MEDITATE FREQUENCYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6766 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-8a. How often do you meditate: daily, at least two or three times a week, at least once a week, at least once a month, or less often than that? ................................................................................ 187 1. DAILY 85 2. AT LEAST 2 OR 3 TIMES A WEEK 44 3. AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK 28 4. AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH 18 5. LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19216 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6765:M2-8] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6772 M2-9. RELIGIOUS SERVICESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6772 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-9. Do you ever attend religious services? ................................................................................ 852 1. YES 307 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6773 M2-9A. RELIGION FREQUENCYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6773 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-9a. How often do you attend religious services: daily, at least two or three times a week, at least once a week, at least once a month, or less often than that? ................................................................................ 20 1. DAILY 153 2. AT LEAST 2 OR 3 TIMES A WEEK 402 3. AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK 142 4. AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH 135 5. LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18728 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6772:M2-9] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6779 M2-10. PRAYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6779 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-10. Do you ever pray privately in places other than at church or synagogue? ................................................................................ 989 1. YES 166 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 9. RF (refused) 18420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); partial interview

G6780 M2-10A. RELIGION FREQUENCYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6780 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M2-10a. How often do you pray privately: daily, at least two or three times a week, at least once a week, at least once a month, or less often than that? ................................................................................ 727 1. DAILY 119 2. AT LEAST 2 OR 3 TIMES A WEEK 68 3. AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK 42 4. AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH 27 5. LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18591 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (3); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 1); [Q6238:R1] IS (NE 1); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q6779:M2-10] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6787 M3-1. THOUGHT ABOUT RETIREMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6787 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-1. These questions ask about what you did to prepare for your retirement. First: Before you retired how much had you thought about retirement -- a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 302 1. A LOT 182 2. SOME 100 3. A LITTLE 255 4. HARDLY AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18740 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); partial interview

G6788 M3-2. PRE-RETIREMENT PLANSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6788 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-2. Before you retired did you make a plan and calculate what you would need at retirement? ................................................................................ 284 1. YES 554 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18740 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); partial interview

G6789 M3-3. FINANCIAL PLANNERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6789 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-3. Did you consult a financial planner? ................................................................................ 74 1. YES 210 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19296 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6788:M3-2] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6790 M3-4. COMPUTER SOFTWARESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6790 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-4. Did you use computer software to help you plan your retirement? ................................................................................ 22 1. YES 261 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19296 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6788:M3-2] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6791 M3-5. READ ARTICLESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6791 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-5. Did you read magazines on retirement planning? ................................................................................ 157 1. YES 126 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19296 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6788:M3-2] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6792 M3-6. DISCUSS WITH SPOUSESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6792 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-6. How much did you discuss retirement with your (husband/wife/partner): a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 170 1. A LOT 130 2. SOME 54 3. A LITTLE 105 4. HARDLY AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19120 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q597:CS15D] IS (6); partial interview

G6793 M3-7. DISCUSS WITH FRIENDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6793 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-7. How much did you discuss retirement with your friends or coworkers: a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 95 1. A LOT 149 2. SOME 140 3. A LITTLE 452 4. HARDLY AT ALL 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18740 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); partial interview

G6794 M3-8. ATTEND MEETINGSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6794 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-8. Did you ever attend meetings about retirement? ................................................................................ 237 1. YES 602 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18740 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); partial interview

G6795M1 M3-8A. ORGANIZED BY EMPLOYERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6795 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-8a. Were the meetings that you attended organized by your employer, IF Q597 IS (1 OR 3) by your (husband/wife/partner)'s employer, END or what? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to three responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was two. ................................................................................ 166 1. R'S EMPLOYER 10 2. SPOUSE'S/PARTNER'S EMPLOYER 61 7. OTHER (SPECIFY) 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19343 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6794:M3-8] IS (NE 1 AND NE 2); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6795M2 M3-8A. ORGANIZED BY EMPLOYERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6795 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-8a. Were the meetings that you attended organized by your employer, IF Q597 IS (1 OR 3) by your (husband/wife/partner)'s employer, END or what? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to three responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was two. ................................................................................ 1. R'S EMPLOYER 2 2. SPOUSE'S/PARTNER'S EMPLOYER 5 7. OTHER (SPECIFY) 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19573 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6794:M3-8] IS (NE 1 AND NE 2); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6796 M3-8B. VOLUNTARY ATTENDANCESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6796 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-8b. Did you attend those retirement meetings on a voluntary basis or was attendance required by the employer? ................................................................................ 156 1. VOLUNTARY ATTENDANCE 15 2. REQUIRED ATTENDANCE 4 3. [IF VOL.] SOME WERE VOLUNTARY, SOME WERE REQUIRED 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19404 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); [Q6794:M3-8] IS (NE 1 AND NE 2); [Q6795:M3-8a] IS (NE 1 AND NE 2); partial interview

G6797 M3-9. AGE FULL SSA BENEFITSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6797 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M3-9. What is the earliest age of retirement at which Social Security would have paid you full, unreduced benefits? IWER: THIS IS SOMETIMES REFERRED TO AS THE SOCIAL SECURITY "NORMAL RETIREMENT AGE" ................................................................................ 735 50-96. Actual value 101 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 99. RF (refused) 18740 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (5); partial interview

G6800 M3-10. THOUGHT ABOUT RETIREMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6800 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-10. How much have you thought about retirement: a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 240 1. A LOT 187 2. SOME 92 3. A LITTLE 180 4. HARDLY AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6801 M3-11. PRE-RETIREMENT PLANNINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6801 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-11. Have you ever made a plan and calculated what you would need at retirement? ................................................................................ 262 1. YES 436 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6802 M3-12. FINANCIAL PLANNERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6802 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-12. Have you consulted a financial planner? ................................................................................ 93 1. YES 169 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19318 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6801:M3-11] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6803 M3-13. COMPUTER SOFTWARESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6803 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-13. Have you used computer software to help you plan your retirement? ................................................................................ 52 1. YES 210 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19318 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6801:M3-11] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6804 M3-14. READ ARTICLESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6804 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-14. Have you read magazines on retirement planning? ................................................................................ 168 1. YES 94 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19318 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6801:M3-11] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6806 M3-15. DISCUSS WITH SPOUSESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6806 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-15. How much have you discussed retirement with your (husband/wife/partner): a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 137 1. A LOT 167 2. SOME 71 3. A LITTLE 112 4. HARDLY AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19093 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q597:CS15D] IS (6); partial interview

G6807 M3-16. DISCUSS WITH FRIENDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6807 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-16. How much have you discussed retirement with your friends or coworkers: a lot, some, a little, or hardly at all? ................................................................................ 75 1. A LOT 171 2. SOME 127 3. A LITTLE 325 4. HARDLY AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6808 M3-17. ATTEND MEETINGSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6808 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-17. Have you ever attended meetings about retirement? ................................................................................ 135 1. YES 564 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6809M1 M3-17A. ORGANIZED BY EMPLOYERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6809 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-17a. Were the meetings that you have attended organized by your employer, IF Q597 IS (1 OR 3) by your (husband/wife/partner)'s employer, END or what? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to three responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was two. ................................................................................ 66 1. R'S EMPLOYER 5 2. SPOUSE'S/PARTNER'S EMPLOYER 64 7. OTHER (SPECIFY) 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19445 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6808:M3-17] IS (NE 1); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6809M2 M3-17A. ORGANIZED BY EMPLOYERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6809 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-17a. Were the meetings that you have attended organized by your employer, IF Q597 IS (1 OR 3) by your (husband/wife/partner)'s employer, END or what? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to three responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was two. ................................................................................ 2 1. R'S EMPLOYER 1 2. SPOUSE'S/PARTNER'S EMPLOYER 2 7. OTHER (SPECIFY) 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19575 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6808:M3-17] IS (NE 1); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6810 M3-17B. VOLUNTARY ATTENDANCESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6810 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-17b. Did you attend those retirement meetings on a voluntary basis or was attendance required by the employer? ................................................................................ 59 1. VOLUNTARY ATTENDANCE 12 2. REQUIRED ATTENDANCE 1 3. [IF VOL.] SOME WERE VOLUNTARY, SOME WERE REQUIRED 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19507 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6808:M3-17] IS (NE 1); [Q6809:M3- 17a] IS (NE 1 AND NE 2); partial interview

G6811 M3-18. AGE FULL SSA BENEFITSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6811 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M3-18. What is the earliest age of retirement at which Social Security would pay you full, unreduced benefits? ................................................................................ 612 50-96. Actual value 85 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 99. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6812 M3-19. ASK SOC SEC ADM CALCULATESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6812 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-19. Have you ever asked the Social Security Administration to calculate what your Social Security retirement benefit will be? ................................................................................ 261 1. YES 433 5. NO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18881 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6813 M3-19A. SOC SEC ADM CALCULATEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6813 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M3-19a. Did the Social Security Administration calculate what your Social Security retirement benefit will be? ................................................................................ 252 1. YES 9 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19319 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3 AND NE 5); [Q3859:G134] IS (NE 5); [Q6812:M3-19] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6816 M3-20. SMART TO PLANSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6816 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Please tell me whether you agree, disagree, or are neutral about how well each of the following statements applies to you. M3-20. I can't predict the future but it's smart to plan ahead........... M3-21. Whatever happens is in God's hands................... M3-22. I can't be positive about what will happen, so I always plan for the worst...... M3-23. Because the government always protects the elderly, it's foolish for me to waste my own money trying to protect myself................... ................................................................................ 1753 1. AGREE 137 2. NEUTRAL 47 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6817 M3-21. GOD`S HANDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6817 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 1407 1. AGREE 277 2. NEUTRAL 256 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6818 M3-22. PLAN FOR WORSTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6818 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 493 1. AGREE 368 2. NEUTRAL 1077 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6819 M3-23. GOV`T PROTECTS ELDERLYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6819 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 125 1. AGREE 127 2. NEUTRAL 1687 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6820 M3-24. CONSIDER CONSEQUENCESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6820 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Please tell me whether you agree, disagree, or are neutral about how well each of the following statements apply to you.) M3-24. I always consider the consequences before I take action............. M3-25. Since I can't predict the future, I don't waste time thinking about it....... M3-26. Because the government will protect me, I'm going to use my money to help my children or others............... ................................................................................ 1359 1. AGREE 315 2. NEUTRAL 262 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 17640 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6821 M3-25. DON`T THINK OF FUTURESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6821 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 724 1. AGREE 237 2. NEUTRAL 975 3. DISAGREE 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6822 M3-26. SPEND ON CHILDRENSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6822 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 230 1. AGREE 242 2. NEUTRAL 1464 3. DISAGREE 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 17639 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (4); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); partial interview

G6828 M4-0. INTROSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6828 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-0. Sometimes people give substantial financial help to relatives or friends. We would like to find out about situations where you (and your husband/wife/partner) might be willing to give substantial help to others. You should suppose that any help you give will not be repaid, and that the person you might help has been unlucky rather than lazy. 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

G6829 M4-1X. PARENTS LIVING?Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6829 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-1x. IF Q207 IS (NE5) AND Q208 IS (NE5) Are your father and mother still living? ELSE Q207 IS (NE5) Is your mother still living? ELSE Is your father still living? END ................................................................................ 9 1. BOTH PARENTS ALIVE 51 2. MOTHER LIVING (NOT FATHER) 16 3. FATHER LIVING (NOT MOTHER) 33 5. NEITHER PARENT LIVING 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19471 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (5) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (5)); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1); partial interview

G6830 M4-1.HELP PARENTS 1/2 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6830 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-1. Suppose that your (parents/father/mother) had only half as much income per person to live on as you do. Would you be willing to give your (parents/father/mother) 5% of your own family income per month, to help out until things changed -- which might be several years? ................................................................................ 280 1. YES 22 5. NO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19274 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (5) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (5)); [Q6829:M4-1x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6831 M4-2.HELP PARENTS 3/4 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6831 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-2. Suppose that they had three-quarters as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your family income to help out? ................................................................................ 226 1. YES 49 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19300 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (5) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (5)); [Q6829:M4-1x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6830:M4-1] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6832 M4-3.HELP PARENTS 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6832 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-3. Suppose that they had one-third as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your family income to help out? ................................................................................ 2 1. YES 20 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19558 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (5) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (5)); [Q6829:M4-1x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6830:M4-1] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6833 M4-4X. SPOUSE`S PARENTS LIVING?Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6833 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-4x. IF Q209 IS (NE5) AND Q210 IS (NE5) Are your (husband/wife/partner)'s father and mother still living? ELSE Q209 IS (NE5) Is your (husband/wife/partner)'s mother still living? ELSE Is your (husband/wife/partner)'s father still living? END ................................................................................ 27 1. BOTH (HUSBAND'S/WIFE'S/PARTNER'S) PARENTS ALIVE 65 2. (HUSBAND'S/WIFE'S/PARTNER'S) MOTHER LIVING (NOT FATHER) 18 3. (HUSBAND'S/WIFE'S/PARTNER'S) FATHER LIVING (NOT MOTHER) 34 5. NEITHER OF (HUSBAND'S/WIFE'S/PARTNER'S) PARENTS LIVING 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19436 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (5) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (5)); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1); partial interview

G6834 M4-4.HELP SPOUSE`S PARENTS 1/2 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6834 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-4. Suppose (instead) that your (husband/wife/partner)'s (parents/father/mother) had only half as much income per person to live on as you do. Would you be willing to give your (husband/wife/partner)'s (parents/father/mother) 5% of your own family income per month, to help out until things changed -- which might be several years? ................................................................................ 206 1. YES 20 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19353 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (5) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (5)); [Q6833:M4-4x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6835 M4-5.HELP SPOUSE`S PARENTS 3/4 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6835 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-5. Suppose that they had three-quarters as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your family income to help out? ................................................................................ 23 1. YES 20 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19536 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (5) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (5)); [Q6833:M4-4x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6834:M4-4] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6836 M4-6.HELP SPOUSE`S PARENTS 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6836 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-6. Suppose that they had one-third as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your family income to help out? ................................................................................ 1 1. YES 19 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19560 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (5) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (5)); [Q6833:M4-4x] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6834:M4-4] IS (NE 5); partial interview

ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS * if ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q886:CS49Y10] IS (0) AND [Q888:CS49Y12] IS (0)) then [G6837.M4- 7.HELP CHILD 1/2 INCOME] = 6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -G6837 M4-7.HELP CHILD 1/2 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6837 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-7. IWER: DO NOT READ THE QUESTION, JUST ENTER CODE 6, IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THAT R HAS NO LIVING CHILDREN. Suppose (instead) that (your child/one of your children) had only half as much income per person to live on as you do. Would you be willing to give your child 5% of your own family income per month, to help out until things changed -- which might be several years? ................................................................................ 998 1. YES 125 5. NO 101 6. R HAS NO LIVING CHILDREN 15 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18334 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); partial interview

G6838 M4-8.HELP CHILD 3/4 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6838 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-8. Suppose they had three-quarters as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 700 1. YES 274 5. NO 21 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18582 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q886:CS49Y10] IS (0) AND [Q888:CS49Y12] IS (0)); [Q6837:M4-7] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6839 M4-9.HELP CHILD 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6839 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-9. Suppose they had one-third as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 31 1. YES 90 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19455 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q886:CS49Y10] IS (0) AND [Q888:CS49Y12] IS (0)); [Q6837:M4-7] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6840 M4-10.HELP SIBLING 1/2 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6840 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-10. IWER: DO NOT READ THE QUESTION, JUST ENTER CODE 6, IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THAT R HAS NO LIVING SIBLINGS. (Now) suppose that one of your brothers or sisters had only half as much income per person to live on as you do. Would you be willing to give your brother or sister 5% of your monthly income to help out until things changed -- which might be several years? ................................................................................ 6 1. YES 1 5. NO 1 6. R HAS NO LIVING SIBLINGS 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19571 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1) AND ([Q2212:D132Y1] IS (0) OR ([Q2198:D130a] IS (0) AND [Q2201:D130d] IS (0))); partial interview

G6841 M4-11.HELP SIBLING 3/4 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6841 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-11. Suppose they had three-quarters as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 3 1. YES 3 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19574 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1) AND ([Q2212:D132Y1] IS (0) OR ([Q2198:D130a] IS (0) AND [Q2201:D130d] IS (0))); [Q6840:M4-10] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6842 M4-12.HELP SIBLING 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6842 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-12. Suppose they had one-third as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 1. YES 1 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19579 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q753:CS22Y30] IS (1) AND ([Q2212:D132Y1] IS (0) OR ([Q2198:D130a] IS (0) AND [Q2201:D130d] IS (0))); [Q6840:M4-10] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6843 M4-13.HELP FRIEND 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6843 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-13. (Now) suppose that one of your friends had only one-third as much income per person to live on as you do. Would you be willing to give your friend 5% of your monthly income to help out until things changed -- which might be several years? ................................................................................ 500 1. YES 666 5. NO 67 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 13 9. RF (refused) 18334 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); partial interview

G6844 M4-14.HELP FRIEND 1/2 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6844 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-14. Suppose they had one-half as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 366 1. YES 120 5. NO 14 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19080 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6843:M4-13] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6845 M4-15.HELP FRIEND 1/5 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6845 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-15. Suppose they had one-fifth as much income per person as you, would you be willing to give 5% of your income to help out? ................................................................................ 105 1. YES 549 5. NO 10 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18914 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6843:M4-13] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6846 M4-16.HELP CHARITY 1/5 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6846 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-16. Finally, suppose you became aware of a well-run charity that gave financial help to people who typically had about one-fifth of the income that you (and your husband/wife/partner) have. Would you be willing to give 5% of your income per month to that charity if you knew the money would go directly to benefit these people? ................................................................................ 605 1. YES 566 5. NO 62 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 13 9. RF (refused) 18334 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); partial interview

G6847 M4-17.HELP CHARITY 1/3 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6847 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-17. Suppose the charity gave financial help to people who typically had about one-third of the income that you (and your husband/wife/partner) have. Would you be willing to give 5% of your income per month to that charity if you knew the money would go directly to benefit these people? ................................................................................ 402 1. YES 177 5. NO 26 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18975 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6848 M4-18.HELP CHARITY 1/10 INCOMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6848 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M4-18. Suppose the charity gave financial help to people who typically had about one-tenth of the income that you (and your husband/wife/partner) have. Would you be willing to give 5% of your income per month to that charity if you knew the money would go directly to benefit these people? ................................................................................ 55 1. YES 498 5. NO 13 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19014 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (5); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6849 M5-1A. ALWAYS THERESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6849 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-1a. Please tell me if you agree, disagree, or are neutral about how well each statement applies to you. Here's the first statement: M5-1a. I want to be remembered as the one who was always there when someone in the family needed help................... M5-1b. I'm hurt if I do something for others and it isn't recognized....... M5-1c. I only help relatives and friends who've helped me in the past......... M5-1d. I only help relatives and friends whom I want to have help me in the future.. ................................................................................ 954 1. AGREE 151 2. NEUTRAL 25 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6850 M5-1B. NEED RECOGNITIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6850 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 321 1. AGREE 285 2. NEUTRAL 526 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6851 M5-1C. HELP THOSE WHO HAVE HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6851 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 136 1. AGREE 73 2. NEUTRAL 922 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6852 M5-1D. HELP THOSE WHO WILL HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6852 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 115 1. AGREE 78 2. NEUTRAL 938 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6853 M5-1E. HELP TO LIVE WITH SELFSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6853 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Please tell me if you agree, disagree, or are neutral about how well each of the following statements applies to you:) M5-1e. I help others so I can live with myself................. M5-1f. In my family, I'm the one who's best able financially to help others......... M5-1g. In my family, I'm the one who's best able to help others because of my temperament...... M5-1h. I feel resentful when I have to do something for others............. ................................................................................ 600 1. AGREE 195 2. NEUTRAL 335 3. DISAGREE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6854 M5-1F. BEST OFF FINANCIALLYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6854 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 348 1. AGREE 180 2. NEUTRAL 603 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6855 M5-1G. BEST ABLE TO HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6855 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 544 1. AGREE 260 2. NEUTRAL 325 3. DISAGREE 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6856 M5-1H. RESENT HELPINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6856 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 34 1. AGREE 55 2. NEUTRAL 1042 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6861 M5-2A. DO AS PARENTS FOR MESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6861 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-2a. These next statements are about your parents. If your parents are deceased, please think back to when they were alive. Please tell me if you agree, disagree or are neutral about how well each statement applies to you. Here's the first statement: M5-2a. I (do/did) for my parents what they did for me..................... M5-2b. I (do/did) for my parents what they did for their parents.......... IF Q1938 IS (GT0) M5-2c. I do for my children what my parents did for me..................... END ................................................................................ 650 1. AGREE 175 2. NEUTRAL 297 3. DISAGREE 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6862 M5-2B. DO AS PARENTS FOR THEIRSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6862 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 508 1. AGREE 316 2. NEUTRAL 278 3. DISAGREE 25 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6863 M5-2C. DO FOR KIDS AS PARENTSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6863 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 570 1. AGREE 92 2. NEUTRAL 218 3. DISAGREE 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 18691 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (LT 1); partial interview

G6864 M5-2D. DON`T DO FOR PARENTSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6864 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Please tell me if you agree, disagree or are neutral about how well each statement applies to you.) M5-2d. I (won't/didn't) do for my parents what I saw my parents do for their parents.... M5-2e. (I'll be/I was) responsible for my parents but I (don't/didn't) want to do it myself... ................................................................................ 118 1. AGREE 415 2. NEUTRAL 563 3. DISAGREE 28 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6865 M5-2E. RESPONSIBLE BUT NOT SELFSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6865 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 184 1. AGREE 166 2. NEUTRAL 771 3. DISAGREE 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6869 M5-3. INTRODUCTIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6869 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-3. IF Q597 IS (1 OR 3) AND Q1938 IS (GT0) AND (Q2035 IS (1-80) OR Q5063 IS (1- 80)) These next statements are about your immediate family, excluding your (husband/wife/partner) but including your children and grandchildren and those of your (husband/wife/partner). ELSE Q597 IS (1 OR 3) AND Q1938 IS (GT0) AND Q2035 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND Q5063 IS (0) These next statements are about your immediate family, excluding your (husband/wife/partner) but including your children and those of your (husband/wife/partner). ELSE Q597 IS (1 OR 3) AND Q1938 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND (Q2035 IS (1- 80) OR Q5063 IS (1-80)) These next statements are about your immediate family, excluding your (husband/wife/partner) but including your grandchildren and those of your (husband/wife/partner). ELSE Q597 IS (1 OR 3) AND Q1938 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND Q2035 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND Q5063 IS (0) These next statements are about your immediate family, excluding your (husband/wife/partner). ELSE Q597 IS (NE1 AND NE3) AND Q1938 IS (GT0) AND (Q2035 IS (1-80) OR Q5063 IS (1-80)) These next statements are about your immediate family, including your children and grandchildren. ELSE Q597 IS (NE1 AND NE3) AND Q1938 IS (GT0) AND Q2035 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND Q5063 IS (0) These next statements are about your immediate family, including your children. ELSE Q597 IS (NE1 AND NE3) AND Q1938 IS (0 OR 95 OR K1 OR K2) AND (Q2035 IS (1-80) OR Q5063 IS (1-80)) These next statements are about your immediate family, including your grandchildren. ELSE Q597 IS (NE1 AND NE3) These next statements are about your immediate family, including any children or grandchildren you have. ELSE Q597 IS (1 OR 3) These next statements are about your immediate family, including any children or grandchildren you have, but excluding your (husband/wife/partner). END 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

G6870 M5-3A. HELP BECAUSE HAVE TOSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6870 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-3a. Helping my immediate family is something I do because I have to...... M5-3b. I couldn't live with myself if I didn't help someone in my immediate family who needed assistance............. M5-3c. I feel resentful when I have to help someone in my immediate family.... M5-3d. Helping someone in my immediate family makes me feel good about myself. ................................................................................ 116 1. AGREE 63 2. NEUTRAL 897 3. DISAGREE 33 7. NO IMMED. FAM. 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9 9. RF (refused) 18460 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); partial interview

G6871 M5-3B. COULDN`T LIVE WITH SELFSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6871 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 910 1. AGREE 80 2. NEUTRAL 89 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6872 M5-3C. FEEL RESENTFULSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6872 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 44 1. AGREE 32 2. NEUTRAL 1004 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6873 M5-3D. FEEL GOODSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6873 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 968 1. AGREE 82 2. NEUTRAL 28 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6874 M5-3E. DO NO MATTER COSTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6874 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-3e. I do what needs to be done for my immediate family no matter what it costs me personally............. M5-3f. My immediate family sometimes pressures me to do more than I want to do for them.. M5-3g. I sometimes have to ask over and over again to get my immediate family to help me. ................................................................................ 781 1. AGREE 142 2. NEUTRAL 155 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 8 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6875 M5-3F. FAMILY PRESSURESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6875 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 196 1. AGREE 67 2. NEUTRAL 816 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6876 M5-3G. REPEATEDLY ASK FAMILY HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6876 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 133 1. AGREE 72 2. NEUTRAL 873 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18493 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q1938:D049Y17] IS (0) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2035:D40] IS (0); [Q6870:M5-3a] IS (7); partial interview

G6879 M5-4A. SELFISHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6879 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-4a. Please tell me if you agree, disagree, or are neutral about how well each of the following statements applies to you. First: Some people think I'm selfish and egotistical............ M5-4b. Some people think of me as cold and calculating............ M5-4c. I generally try to be thoughtful and considerate............ M5-4d. I'm not known for my generosity............. ................................................................................ 115 1. AGREE 130 2. NEUTRAL 880 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6880 M5-4B. CALCULATINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6880 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 79 1. AGREE 64 2. NEUTRAL 982 3. DISAGREE 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6881 M5-4C. THOUGHTFULSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6881 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 1091 1. AGREE 24 2. NEUTRAL 10 3. DISAGREE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6882 M5-4D. GENEROUSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6882 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 146 1. AGREE 202 2. NEUTRAL 777 3. DISAGREE 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6883 M5-4E. CHARITABLESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6883 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M5-4e. I think of myself as a charitable person................. M5-4f. I go out of my way to help others if I can............... ................................................................................ 946 1. AGREE 119 2. NEUTRAL 60 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 7 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6884 M5-4F. HELPFULSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6884 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 995 1. AGREE 102 2. NEUTRAL 30 3. DISAGREE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 5 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (7); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); partial interview

G6889 M7-0A. INTRO TO HEALTH QUESTIONSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6889 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-0a. These questions ask about various aspects of your health. When answering these questions we would like you to think about your usual health and your ability to do things on a day-to-day basis. 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

G6890 M7-1. VISION READ WITHOUT GLASSESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6890 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-1. Are you usually able to see well enough to read ordinary newsprint without glasses or contact lenses? ................................................................................ 313 1. YES 842 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6891 M7-2. VISION READ WITH GLASSESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6891 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-2. Are you usually able to see well enough to read ordinary newsprint with glasses or contact lenses? ................................................................................ 785 1. YES 57 5. NO 6. DON'T WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACT LENSES 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18737 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6890:M7-1] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6892 M7-3. VISION SEE AT ALLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6892 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-3. Can you see at all? ................................................................................ 52 1. YES 5 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19523 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6890:M7-1] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6891:M7-2] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6893 M7-4. VISION RECOGNIZE WITHOUT GLASSESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6893 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-4. Are you usually able to see well enough to recognize a friend on the other side of the street without glasses or contact lenses? ................................................................................ 777 1. YES 365 5. NO 8 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18429 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6892:M7-3] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6894 M7-5. VISION RECOGNIZE WITH GLASSESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6894 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-5. Are you usually able to see well enough to recognize a friend on the other side of the street with glasses or contact lenses? ................................................................................ 331 1. YES 39 5. NO 1 6. DON'T WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACT LENSES 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19207 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6892:M7-3] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6893:M7-4] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6895 M7-6. HEARING CONVERSATION WITHOUT AIDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6895 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-6. Are you usually able to hear what is said in a group conversation with at least three other people without a hearing aid? ................................................................................ 1007 1. YES 146 5. NO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6896 M7-7. HEARING CONVERSATION WITH AIDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6896 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-7. Are you usually able to hear what is said in a group conversation with at least three other people with a hearing aid? ................................................................................ 65 1. YES 19 5. NO 65 6. DON'T WEAR A HEARING AID 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19431 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6895:M7-6] IS (1); [Q6895:M7-6] IS (RF); partial interview

G6897 M7-8. HEARING HEAR AT ALLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6897 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-8. IWER: IS R ABLE TO HEAR AT ALL? ................................................................................ 84 1. YES 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19496 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6895:M7-6] IS (1); [Q6896:M7-7] IS (1); partial interview

G6898 M7-9. HEARING ONE PERSON WITHOUT AIDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6898 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-9. Are you usually able to hear what is said in a conversation with one other person in a quiet room without a hearing aid? ................................................................................ 119 1. YES 30 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19431 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6895:M7-6] IS (1); [Q6897:M7-8] IS (5); partial interview

G6899 M7-10. HEARING ONE PERSON WITH AIDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6899 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-10. Are you usually able to hear what is said in a conversation with one other person in a quiet room with a hearing aid? ................................................................................ 22 1. YES 2 5. NO 6. DON'T WEAR A HEARING AID 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19556 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6895:M7-6] IS (1); [Q6897:M7-8] IS (5); [Q6896:M7-7] IS (6); [Q6898:M7-9] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6900 M7-11. SPEECH COMPLETELY BY STRANGERSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6900 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-11. Are you usually able to be understood completely when speaking your own language with people who do not know you? ................................................................................ 1133 1. YES 22 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6901 M7-12. SPEECH PARTIALLY BY STRANGERSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6901 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-12. Are you usually able to be understood partially when speaking with people who do not know you? ................................................................................ 20 1. YES 2 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19558 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6900:M7-11] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6902 M7-13. SPEECH COMPLETELY BY KNOWN PERSONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6902 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-13. Are you usually able to be understood completely when speaking with people who know you well? ................................................................................ 19 1. YES 3 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19558 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6900:M7-11] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6903 M7-14. SPEECH PARTIALY BY KNOW PERSONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6903 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-14. Are you usually able to be understood partially when speaking with people who know you well. ................................................................................ 2 1. YES 1 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6900:M7-11] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6902:M7-13] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6904 M7-15. SPEECH ABLE TO SPEAK AT ALLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6904 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-15. IWER: IS R ABLE TO SPEAK AT ALL? ................................................................................ 1 1. YES 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19579 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6900:M7-11] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6902:M7-13] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6903:M7-14] IS (1); partial interview

G6905 M7-16. MOBILITY TOTALLY UNAIDEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6905 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-16. Are you usually able to bend, lift, jump and run without difficulty and without help or equipment of any kind? ................................................................................ 684 1. YES 471 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6906 M7-17. WALK TOTALLY UNAIDEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6906 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-17. Are you usually able to walk around the neighborhood without difficulty and without help or equipment of any kind? ................................................................................ 284 1. YES 188 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19108 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); partial interview

G6907 M7-18.MOBILITY WITH DIFF/NO HELP EQUIPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6907 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-18. Are you usually able to walk around the neighborhood with difficulty but without help or equipment of any kind? ................................................................................ 63 1. YES 124 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19392 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); [Q6906:M7-17] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6908 M7-19. MOBILITY WALK AT ALLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6908 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-19. Can you walk at all? ................................................................................ 115 1. YES 10 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19455 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); [Q6906:M7-17] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6907:M7-18] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6909 M7-20.MOBILITY MECH SUPPORT NEEDEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6909 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-20. Do you usually need mechanical support, such as braces or a cane or crutches, to be able to walk around the neighborhood? ................................................................................ 74 1. YES 40 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19465 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); [Q6906:M7-17] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6907:M7-18] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6908:M7-19] IS (5 OR RF); partial interview

G6910 M7-21. MOBILITY HELP OF ANOTHER PERSONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6910 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-21. Do you usually need the help of another person to walk? ................................................................................ 14 1. YES 101 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19465 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); [Q6906:M7-17] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6907:M7-18] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6908:M7-19] IS (5 OR RF); partial interview

G6911 M7-22. MOBILITY WHEELCHAIR NEEDEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6911 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-22. Do you usually need a wheelchair to get around the neighborhood? ................................................................................ 21 1. YES 104 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19455 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6905:M7-16] IS (1); [Q6906:M7-17] IS (1 OR RF); [Q6907:M7-18] IS (1 OR RF); partial interview

G6913 M7-23. HANDS FULL USESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6913 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-23. Do you usually have the full use of both hands and ten fingers? ................................................................................ 1101 1. YES 54 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6914 M7-24. HANDS NEED HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6914 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-24. Do you need the help of another person because of limitations in the use of your hands or fingers? ................................................................................ 24 1. YES 31 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6913:M7-23] IS (1); partial interview

G6915 M7-25. HANDS HELP NEED ON HOW MUCH TASKSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6915 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-25. Do you need the help of another person with some tasks, most tasks, or all tasks? ................................................................................ 16 1. SOME TASKS 7 2. MOST TASKS 1 3. ALL TASKS 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19556 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6913:M7-23] IS (1); [Q6914:M7-24] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6916 M7-26. HANDS EQUIPMENT NEEDEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6916 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-26. Do you need special equipment, for example special tools to help with dressing or eating, because of limitations in the use of your hands or fingers? ................................................................................ 3 1. YES 52 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19525 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6913:M7-23] IS (1); partial interview

G6919 M7-27. FEELINGS HAPPYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6919 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-27. Do you usually feel happy or unhappy? ................................................................................ 1089 1. HAPPY 54 2. UNHAPPY 13 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6920 M7-28. FEELINGS DEGREE HAPPY/UNHAPPYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6920 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-28. IF Q6919 IS (1) Would you describe yourself as usually happy and interested in life or somewhat happy? ELSE Would you describe yourself as usually somewhat unhappy, very unhappy, or so unhappy that life is not worthwhile? END ................................................................................ 921 1. HAPPY/INTERESTED 167 2. SOMEWHAT HAPPY 47 3. SOMEWHAT UNHAPPY 2 4. VERY UNHAPPY 5 5. SO UNHAPPY LIFE NOT WORTHWHILE 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18437 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6919:M7-27] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6925 M7-30. MEMORYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6925 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-30. How would you describe your usual ability to remember things: are you able to remember most things; are you somewhat forgetful; are you very forgetful; or are you unable to remember anything at all? ................................................................................ 635 1. ABLE TO REMEMBER MOST THINGS 480 2. SOMEWHAT FORGETFUL 41 3. VERY FORGETFUL 4. UNABLE TO REMEMBER ANYTHING AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6926 M7-31. THINKINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6926 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-31. How would you describe your ability to think and solve day to day problems: are you able to think clearly and solve problems; do you have a little difficulty; do you have some difficulty; do you have a great deal of difficulty; or are you unable to think or solve problems? ................................................................................ 941 1. ABLE TO THINK CLEARLY AND SOLVE PROBLEMS 149 2. HAVE A LITTLE DIFFICULTY 57 3. HAVE SOME DIFFICULTY 5 4. HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF DIFFICULTY 3 5. UNABLE TO THINK OR SOLVE PROBLEMS 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6927 M7-32. PAIN AND DISCOMFORTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6927 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-32. Do you have any trouble with pain or discomfort? ................................................................................ 472 1. YES 681 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18424 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); partial interview

G6930 M7-33.PAIN DISCOMFORT LIMIT ACTIVITIESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6930 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M7-33. How many of your activities are limited by pain or discomfort: none, a few, some, most, or all? ................................................................................ 125 1. NONE 160 2. A FEW 117 3. SOME 47 4. MOST 25 5. ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19106 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (8); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q6927:M7-32] IS (5 OR RF); partial interview

G6944 M8-1.RISK AVERSION-1Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6944 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M8-1. IWER: READ SLOWLY 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 increase your total lifetime income by 20 percent and a 50-50 chance that it would cut it by 10 percent. Which job would you take -- the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 804 1. FIRST JOB 242 2. SECOND JOB 56 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 31 9. RF (refused) 18447 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); partial interview

G6945 M8-2.RISK AVERSION-2Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6945 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M8-2. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would increase your total lifetime income by 20 percent, and 50-50 that it would cut it by 15 percent. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 83 1. FIRST JOB 151 2. SECOND JOB 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 19338 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q6944:M8-1] IS (1); [Q6944:M8-1] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6946 M8-3.RISK AVERSION-3Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6946 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M8-3. Suppose the chances were 50-50 that the second job would increase your lifetime income by 20 percent and 50-50 that it would cut it by five percent. Would you take the first job or the second job? ................................................................................ 637 1. FIRST JOB 161 2. SECOND JOB 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18776 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q6944:M8-1] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6945:M8-2] IS (A); partial interview

G6948 M9-1.USE MICROWAVESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6948 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-1. Here are some activities that people may have difficulty with. First, how difficult is it for you to use a microwave oven after reading the instructions: is it not at all difficult, a little difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult for you? ................................................................................ 908 1. NOT AT ALL DIFFICULT 102 2. A LITTLE DIFFICULT 51 3. SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT 21 4. VERY DIFFICULT 31 5. (IF VOL.:) CAN'T DO IT AT ALL 9 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18458 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); partial interview

G6949 M9-2.BALANCE CHECKBOOKSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6949 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-2. How difficult is it for you to use a calculator to help balance your checkbook? (Is it not at all difficult, a little difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult for you?) ................................................................................ 889 1. NOT AT ALL DIFFICULT 64 2. A LITTLE DIFFICULT 34 3. SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT 33 4. VERY DIFFICULT 82 5. (IF VOL.:) CAN'T DO IT AT ALL 18 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18458 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); partial interview

G6950 M9-3.USE A COMPUTERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6950 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-3. (How difficult is it for you to) use a computer or wordprocessor? (Is it not at all difficult, a little difficult, somewhat difficult, or very difficult for you?) ................................................................................ 311 1. NOT AT ALL DIFFICULT 109 2. A LITTLE DIFFICULT 109 3. SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT 162 4. VERY DIFFICULT 412 5. (IF VOL.:) CAN'T DO IT AT ALL 19 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18458 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); partial interview

G6952 M9-4.ALCOHOLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6952 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-4. Do you ever drink any alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine, or liquor? ................................................................................ 536 1. YES 585 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18458 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); partial interview

G6953 M9-4A.# DRINKSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6953 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-4a. In general, do you have less than one drink a day, one or two drinks a day, three or four drinks a day, or five or more drinks a day? ................................................................................ 399 1. LESS THAN 1 A DAY 101 2. 1-2 A DAY 33 3. 3-4 A DAY 2 4. 5 OR MORE A DAY 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19044 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6952:M9-4] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6954 M9-5. TRADE YEARS FOR HEALTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6954 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-5. In order for us to better understand how you feel about your present state of health, we'd like you to think about the following made-up situation. Imagine that you will live for exactly ten more years in your current state of health. Now imagine that you can choose to live those ten years in your current state of health, OR you can choose to give up some years of life, and live for a shorter period in full health. Would you be prepared to give up any part of those ten years to live in full health? ................................................................................ 223 1. YES 839 5. NO 45 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 15 9. RF (refused) 18458 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); partial interview

G6955 M9-6. NUMBER OF YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6955 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M9-6. What is the greatest number of years or months that you would be prepared to give up to live in full health? PROBE A RANGE YEARS: MONTHS: User note: The respondent could answer this question in different ways. The different types of responses are reported in this and the next variable(s). There should be valid data in only one of these variables, depending on how the respondent chose to answer the question. ................................................................................ 186 0-10. Actual value 29 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 99. RF (refused) 19363 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6956 M9-6A. NUMBER OF MONTHSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6956 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 6 0-12. Actual value 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19574 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6955:M9-6] IS (1- 10 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6958 M9-7A. GIVE MORE THAN ONE YEARSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6958 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-7a. Would you be prepared to give up more than one year? ................................................................................ 22 1. YES 3 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19549 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6955:M9-6] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); partial interview

G6959 M9-7B. GIVE MORE THAN THREE YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6959 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-7b. Would you be prepared to give up more than three years? ................................................................................ 13 1. YES 5 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19558 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6955:M9-6] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q6958:M9-7a] IS (5); [Q6958:M9-7a] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G6960 M9-7C. GIVE MORE THAN FIVE YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6960 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-7c. Would you be prepared to give up more than five years? ................................................................................ 8 1. YES 4 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19567 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6955:M9-6] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q6958:M9-7a] IS (5); [Q6958:M9-7a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6959:M9-7b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G6961 M9-7D. GIVE MORE THAN SIX MONTHSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6961 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M9-7d. Would you be prepared to give up more than six months? ................................................................................ 2 1. YES 1 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (10) AND [Q597:CS15D] IS (1 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q6954:M9-5] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6955:M9-6] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q6958:M9-7a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q6959:M9-7b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6960:M9-7c] IS (A); partial interview

G6963 M10-0.SPOUSE BY PROXYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6963 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-0. INTERVIEWER: MARK BELOW THE TYPE OF INTERVIEW THAT EITHER HAS ALREADY BEEN DONE WITH THE SPOUSE OR PARTNER OF THIS RESPONDENT; OR, IF THE SPOUSE OR PARTNER HAS NOT YET BEEN INTERVIEWED THIS WAVE, YOUR BEST GUESS ABOUT WHETHER THAT PERSON WILL NEED A PROXY RESPONDENT. ................................................................................ 334 1. SPOUSE HAS ALREADY BEEN INTERVIEWED, SELF 8 2. SPOUSE HAS ALREADY BEEN INTERVIEWED, PROXY 310 3. SPOUSE WILL PROBABLY NOT NEED A PROXY 66 4. SPOUSE WILL PROBABLY NEED A PROXY 29 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18833 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); partial interview

G6966 M10-1.EXPLAIN MODULESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6966 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-1. I am going to ask you some of the same questions that I asked before, but this time instead of asking them about you, I am going to ask them about your (husband/wife/partner). IWER: READ THE FOLLOWING ONLY IF NECESSARY We want to know how much agreement there is between people when they answer such questions, so please do not ask your (husband/wife/partner) to help you answer these questions. 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

G6967 M10-2. RATE HEALTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6967 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-2. Would you say (his/her) health is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? ................................................................................ 78 1. EXCELLENT 190 2. VERY GOOD 226 3. GOOD 120 4. FAIR 58 5. POOR 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G6968 M10-3. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6968 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-3. Has a doctor ever told (him/her) that (he/she) has high blood pressure or hypertension? ................................................................................ 282 1. YES 381 5. NO 9 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G6969 M10-3A. HP MEDICATIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6969 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-3a. In order to lower (his/her) blood pressure, is (he/she) now taking any medication? ................................................................................ 233 1. YES 44 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19298 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6968:M10-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6970 M10-3B. LOST WEIGHT HBPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6970 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-3b. In order to lower (his/her) blood pressure, has (he/she) lost weight or followed a special diet in the last 2 years? ................................................................................ 103 1. YES 179 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19298 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6968:M10-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6971 M10-3C. BP UNDER CONTROLSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6971 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-3c. Is (his/her) blood pressure generally under control? ................................................................................ 269 1. YES 12 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19298 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6968:M10-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6972 M10-3D. HBP WORSE SAMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6972 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-3d. Compared to two years ago, is (his/her) high blood pressure better, worse, or is it about the same as it was then? ................................................................................ 64 1. BETTER 189 2. ABOUT THE SAME 23 3. WORSE 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19298 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6968:M10-3] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6973 M10-4. CANCERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6973 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4. Has a doctor ever told (him/her) that (he/she) has cancer or a malignant tumor, excluding minor skin cancers? ................................................................................ 50 1. YES 618 5. NO 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G6974 M10-4A. DOCTOR PAST CANCERSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6974 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4a. In the last two years has (he/she) seen a doctor about (his/her) cancer? ................................................................................ 1. YES 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19580 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (1); partial interview

G6975 M10-4B. PAST CANCER TREATEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6975 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4b. We want to know about any cancer treatment that may have taken place during the past two years. During the last two years, has (he/she) received any treatment for cancer? ................................................................................ 17 1. YES 33 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19530 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G6976M1 M10-4C. CANCER TREATMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6976 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4c. During the last two years, what sort of treatments has (he/she) received for cancer? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to six responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was three. ................................................................................ 1 1. CHEMOTHERAPY OR MEDICATION 10 2. SURGERY OR BIOPSY 3 3. RADIATION/ X-RAY 1 4. MEDICATIONS/TREATMENT FOR SYMPTOMS (PAIN, NAUSEA, RASHES) 5. NONE 2 7. OTHER, SPECIFY 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19563 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); [Q6974:M10-4a] IS (A AND NE 1) AND [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (A AND NE 1); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6976M2 M10-4C. CANCER TREATMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6976 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4c. During the last two years, what sort of treatments has (he/she) received for cancer? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to six responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was three. ................................................................................ 1. CHEMOTHERAPY OR MEDICATION 2 2. SURGERY OR BIOPSY 1 3. RADIATION/ X-RAY 3 4. MEDICATIONS/TREATMENT FOR SYMPTOMS (PAIN, NAUSEA, RASHES) 5. NONE 7. OTHER, SPECIFY 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19574 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); [Q6974:M10-4a] IS (A AND NE 1) AND [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (A AND NE 1); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6976M3 M10-4C. CANCER TREATMENTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6976 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4c. During the last two years, what sort of treatments has (he/she) received for cancer? CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY User note: Up to six responses were allowed for this question, the actual maximum number of responses was three. ................................................................................ 1. CHEMOTHERAPY OR MEDICATION 1 2. SURGERY OR BIOPSY 3. RADIATION/ X-RAY 4. MEDICATIONS/TREATMENT FOR SYMPTOMS (PAIN, NAUSEA, RASHES) 5. NONE 7. OTHER, SPECIFY 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19579 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); [Q6974:M10-4a] IS (A AND NE 1) AND [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (A AND NE 1); partial interview; no subsequent mention

G6977 M10-4D. CANCER BETTER NOWSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q6977 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-4d. In the last two years, has the cancer gotten worse, better or stayed about the same? ................................................................................ 28 1. BETTER 16 2. STAYED THE SAME 3 3. WORSE 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19530 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q6973:M10-4] IS (NE 1); [Q6974:M10-4a] IS (A AND NE 1) AND [Q6975:M10-4b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7007 M10-5. PSYCHIATRICSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7007 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-5. Has (he/she) ever had or has a doctor ever told (him/her) that (he/she) has any emotional, nervous, or psychiatric problems? ................................................................................ 46 1. YES 623 5. NO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7008 M10-5A. PSYCH BETTER WORSESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7008 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-5a. In the last two years, have these problems gotten better, worse, or stayed about the same? ................................................................................ 10 1. BETTER 24 2. STAYED THE SAME 12 3. WORSE 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19534 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7007:M10-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7009 M10-5B. PSYCH IN YEARSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7009 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-5b. Does (he/she) now get psychiatric or psychological treatment for (his/her) problems? ................................................................................ 12 1. YES 34 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19534 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7007:M10-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7010 M10-5C. PSYCH MEDICATIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7010 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-5c. Does (he/she) now take tranquilizers, antidepressants, or pills for nerves? ................................................................................ 28 1. YES 18 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19534 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7007:M10-5] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7011 M10-6. MEMORY-RELATED DISEASESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7011 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-6. Has a doctor ever told (him/her) that (he/she) has a memory-related disease? ................................................................................ 15 1. YES 655 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7028 M10-7. RATE EYESIGHTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7028 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-7. Is (his/her) eyesight excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? (using glasses or corrective lens as usual) ................................................................................ 68 1. EXCELLENT 194 2. VERY GOOD 284 3. GOOD 91 4. FAIR 32 5. POOR 2 6. [VOL] LEGALLY BLIND 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7029 M10-8. RATE HEARINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7029 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-8. Is (his/her) hearing excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor? IF Q1235 IS (1) OR Q216 IS (1) (using a hearing aid as usual) END ................................................................................ 105 1. EXCELLENT 164 2. VERY GOOD 219 3. GOOD 118 4. FAIR 65 5. POOR 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7031 M10-9. RATE MEMORYSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7031 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-9. How would you rate (his/her) memory at the present time? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair or poor? ................................................................................ 110 1. EXCELLENT 226 2. VERY GOOD 228 3. GOOD 94 4. FAIR 14 5. POOR 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7033 M10-10. DR TIMESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7033 Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 M10-10. How many times has (he/she) seen or talked to a medical doctor about (his/her) health, including emergency room or clinic visits in the last two years? USE ZERO FOR NONE ................................................................................ 618 0-50. Actual value 5 51-900. Actual value (verified) 48 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 999. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7035 M10-11. DAYS IN BEDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7035 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M10-11. About how many days did (he/she) stay in bed more than half the day because of illness or injury during the last month? USE ZERO FOR NONE ................................................................................ 668 0-31. Actual value 4 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 99. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7036 M10-12. ADL INTROSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7036 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-12. Please tell me whether (he/she) has any difficulty doing each of the everyday activities that I read to you. Exclude any difficulties that (he/she) expects to last less than three months. 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

G7037 M10-13. DIFF-SEV BLKSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7037 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-13. Because of a health problem does (he/she) have any difficulty with walking several blocks? ................................................................................ 175 1. YES 474 5. NO 10 6. CAN'T DO 10 7. DOESN'T DO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7049 M10-14. DIFF-STOOPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7049 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-14. (Because of a health problem) (does (he/she) have any difficulty) with stooping, kneeling, or crouching? ................................................................................ 200 1. YES 461 5. NO 6 6. CAN'T DO 3 7. DOESN'T DO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7051 M10-15. IADL MEALS DIFFSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7051 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-15. (Because of a health or memory problem, does (he/she) have) any difficulty preparing a hot meal? ................................................................................ 30 1. YES 569 5. NO 6 6. CAN'T DO 64 7. DOESN'T DO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7053 M10-15B. MEALS -WHY DONTSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7053 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-15b. Is that because of a health or memory problem? ................................................................................ 4 1. YES 66 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19510 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7051:M10-15] IS (5); [Q7051:M10-15] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7054 M10-15C. IADL MEALS HELPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7054 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-15c. Does anyone help (him/her) prepare hot meals? ................................................................................ 27 1. YES 7 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 19542 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7051:M10-15] IS (5); [Q7053:M10-15b] IS (5); partial interview

G7071 M10-16. IADL MONEY DIFFSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7071 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-16. Because of a health or memory problem, does (he/she) have any difficulty with managing (his/her) money -- such as paying (his/her) bills and keeping track of expenses? ................................................................................ 17 1. YES 607 5. NO 1 6. CAN'T DO 42 7. DOESN'T DO 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 18907 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); partial interview

G7072 M10-16A. MONEY HEALTH PROBLEMSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7072 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-16a. Is that because of a health or memory problem? ................................................................................ 6 1. YES 37 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19537 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7071:M10-16] IS (5); [Q7071:M10-16] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7073 M10-16B. IADL MONEY WHO HELP-1Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7073 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M10-16b. Does anyone ever help (him/her) manage (his/her) money? ................................................................................ 19 1. YES 6 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 3 9. RF (refused) 19551 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (11); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q7071:M10-16] IS (5); [Q7072:M10-16a] IS (5); partial interview

G7080 M11-4A.FAMILY AND FRIENDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7080 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-4a. Now I have some questions about family and friends. 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

G7081 M11-5.R FEELS LOVED AND CARED FORSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7081 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-5. First about (your husband/your wife/your partner)... How much does (your husband/your wife/your partner) make you feel loved and cared for? Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all? ................................................................................ 520 1. A GREAT DEAL 157 2. QUITE A BIT 49 3. SOME 21 4. A LITTLE 10 5. NOT AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 4 9. RF (refused) 18819 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); partial interview

G7082 M11-6.SPOUSE TOO MANY DEMANDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7082 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-6. How much do you feel (he/she) makes too many demands on you? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 26 1. A GREAT DEAL 60 2. QUITE A BIT 192 3. SOME 209 4. A LITTLE 270 5. NOT AT ALL 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18819 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); partial interview

G7083 M11-7.LISTENS TO R WORRIESSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7083 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-7. How much is (he/she) willing to listen when you need to talk about your worries or problems? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 340 1. A GREAT DEAL 182 2. QUITE A BIT 147 3. SOME 54 4. A LITTLE 36 5. NOT AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18819 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); partial interview

G7084 M11-8.SPOUSE CRITICAL OF RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7084 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-8. How much is (he/she) critical of you or what you do? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 42 1. A GREAT DEAL 59 2. QUITE A BIT 189 3. SOME 234 4. A LITTLE 235 5. NOT AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18819 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); partial interview

G7085 M11-8A.REMIND ANY CHILDRENSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7085 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-8a. (Please remind me, do you have any children aged 16 or older?) IWER: IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THE ANSWER, MARK THAT ANSWER WITHOUT READING THE QUESTION. ................................................................................ 953 1. YES 164 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18463 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); partial interview

G7086 M11-9.CHILDREN LOVE AND CARE FOR RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7086 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-9. In the next few questions, we want you to think about your children who are 16 years old or older. How much do they make you feel loved and cared for? Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all? ................................................................................ 630 1. A GREAT DEAL 214 2. QUITE A BIT 81 3. SOME 15 4. A LITTLE 13 5. NOT AT ALL 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18627 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7085:M11-8a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7087 M11-10.CHILDREN TOO MANY DEMANDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7087 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-10. How much do you feel they make too many demands on you? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 30 1. A GREAT DEAL 35 2. QUITE A BIT 152 3. SOME 204 4. A LITTLE 528 5. NOT AT ALL 3 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18627 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7085:M11-8a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7088 M11-11.CHILDERN WILLING TO LISTENSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7088 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-11. How much are they willing to listen when you need to talk about your worries or problems? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 397 1. A GREAT DEAL 254 2. QUITE A BIT 177 3. SOME 59 4. A LITTLE 54 5. NOT AT ALL 11 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18627 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7085:M11-8a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7089 M11-12.CHILDREN CRITICAL OF RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7089 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-12. How much are they critical of you or what you do? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 28 1. A GREAT DEAL 26 2. QUITE A BIT 151 3. SOME 251 4. A LITTLE 491 5. NOT AT ALL 4 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18627 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7085:M11-8a] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7090 M11-12A.REMIND PARENT LIVINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7090 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-12a. (Please remind me, are your mother and father still living?) IWER: IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THE ANSWER, MARK THAT ANSWER WITHOUT READING THE QUESTION. ................................................................................ 137 1. MOTHER ONLY LIVING 33 2. FATHER ONLY LIVING 61 3. BOTH PARENTS LIVING 14 4. NEITHER PARENT LIVING 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19335 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (NE 1) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (NE 1)); partial interview

G7091 M11-13.PARENTS LOVE/CARE FOR RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7091 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-13. In the next few questions, we want you to think about your (mother/father/parents). How much (does your mother/does your father/do your parents) make you feel loved and cared for? Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all? ................................................................................ 144 1. A GREAT DEAL 37 2. QUITE A BIT 25 3. SOME 10 4. A LITTLE 14 5. NOT AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19349 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (NE 1) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (NE 1)); [Q7090:M11- 12a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7092 M11-14.PARENTS TOO MANY DEMANDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7092 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-14. How much do you feel (she makes/he makes/they make) too many demands on you? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 13 1. A GREAT DEAL 7 2. QUITE A BIT 40 3. SOME 34 4. A LITTLE 135 5. NOT AT ALL 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19349 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (NE 1) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (NE 1)); [Q7090:M11- 12a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7093 M11-15.PARENTS WILLING TO LISTENSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7093 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-15. How much (is she/is he/are they) willing to listen when you need to talk about your worries or problems? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 105 1. A GREAT DEAL 48 2. QUITE A BIT 29 3. SOME 14 4. A LITTLE 30 5. NOT AT ALL 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19349 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (NE 1) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (NE 1)); [Q7090:M11- 12a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7094 M11-16.PARENTS CRITICAL OF RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7094 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-16. How much (is she/is he/are they) critical of you or what you do? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 12 1. A GREAT DEAL 10 2. QUITE A BIT 34 3. SOME 46 4. A LITTLE 126 5. NOT AT ALL 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 19349 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2122:D90] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2132:D93] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q207:PR207] IS (NE 1) AND [Q208:PR208] IS (NE 1)); [Q7090:M11- 12a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7095 M11-16A.REMIND SPOUSE PARENTS LIVINGSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7095 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-16a. (Please remind me, are (your husband/your wife/your partner)'s mother and father still living?) IWER: IF YOU ALREADY KNOW THE ANSWER, MARK THAT ANSWER WITHOUT READING THE QUESTION. ................................................................................ 131 1. MOTHER ONLY LIVING 21 2. FATHER ONLY LIVING 42 3. BOTH PARENTS LIVING 16 4. NEITHER PARENT LIVING 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19370 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (NE 1) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (NE 1)); partial interview

G7096 M11-17.INLAWS LOVE/CARE FORSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7096 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-17. In the next few questions, we want you to think about (your husband/your wife/your partner)'s (mother/father/parents). How much (does (your husband/your wife/your partner)'s mother/does (your husband/your wife/your partner)'s father/do (your husband/your wife/your partner)'s parents) make you feel loved and cared for? Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all? ................................................................................ 66 1. A GREAT DEAL 58 2. QUITE A BIT 33 3. SOME 20 4. A LITTLE 15 5. NOT AT ALL 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19386 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (NE 1) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (NE 1)); [Q7095:M11-16a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7097 M11-18.INLAWS TOO MANY DEMANDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7097 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-18. How much do you feel (she makes/he makes/they make) too many demands on you? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 6 1. A GREAT DEAL 8 2. QUITE A BIT 19 3. SOME 34 4. A LITTLE 126 5. NOT AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19386 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (NE 1) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (NE 1)); [Q7095:M11-16a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7098 M11-19.INLAWS WILLING TO LISTENSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7098 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-19. How much (is she/is he/are they) willing to listen when you need to talk about your worries or problems? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 43 1. A GREAT DEAL 40 2. QUITE A BIT 36 3. SOME 16 4. A LITTLE 52 5. NOT AT ALL 7 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19386 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (NE 1) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (NE 1)); [Q7095:M11-16a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7099 M11-20.INLAWS CRITICAL FOR RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7099 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-20. How much (is she/is he/are they) critical of you or what you do? (Would you say a great deal, quite a bit, some, a little, or not at all?) ................................................................................ 7 1. A GREAT DEAL 7 2. QUITE A BIT 18 3. SOME 29 4. A LITTLE 132 5. NOT AT ALL 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19386 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q597:CS15D] IS (NE 1 AND NE 3); ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (1) AND [Q2309:D90-2] IS (NE 1) AND [Q2319:D93-2] IS (NE 1)) OR ([Q765:CS22Y42] IS (NE 1) AND [Q209:PR209] IS (NE 1) AND [Q210:PR210] IS (NE 1)); [Q7095:M11-16a] IS (4 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7100 M11-21.OFTEN TALK WITH FRIENDSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7100 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-21. The next few questions are about friends. In a typical week, about how many times do you talk with friends either in person or over the phone? Would you say at least once a day, several times a week, several times a month, or hardly ever? ................................................................................ 367 1. AT LEAST ONCE A DAY 459 2. SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK 157 3. SEVERAL TIMES A MONTH 131 4. HARDLY EVER 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18463 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); partial interview

G7101 M11-22.NUMBER FRIENDS CLOSE TOSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7101 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-22. About how many of your friends do you feel close to? ................................................................................ 137 1. NONE 144 2. ONE 829 3. OTHER (SPECIFY) 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 9. RF (refused) 18463 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); partial interview

G7103 M11-24.ANYONE TO SHARE CONCERNSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7103 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-24. Is there anyone in your life with whom you can really share your very private feelings and concerns? ................................................................................ 947 1. YES 166 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 18463 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); partial interview

G7104 M11-25.NUMBER SHARE CONCERNSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7104 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-25. How many such persons are there? ................................................................................ 379 1. ONE 221 2. TWO 154 3. THREE 192 4. OTHER (NUMBER) 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18633 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7105 M11-26.BEST FRIEND MALE OR FEMALESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7105 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-26. Is the person with whom you have the closest relationship male or female? ................................................................................ 278 1. MALE 662 2. FEMALE 7 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 18633 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); partial interview

G7106 M11-27.BEST FRIEND RELATIONSHIP TO RSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7106 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M11-27. What is the person's relationship to you? ................................................................................ 329 1. SPOUSE/PARTNER 10 2. MOTHER 3. FATHER 1 4. MOTHER OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 1 5. FATHER OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 115 6. CHILD 1 7. STEP/PARTNER CHILD 9 8. CHILD-IN-LAW 82 9. SIBLING 8 10. SIB OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 384 11. OTHER 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 18640 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); [Q7105:M11-26] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G7107 M11-27A.NAME OF BEST FRIENDSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7107 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 M11-27a. Could you tell me their name? ................................................................................ 5 000. Information not available 8 041-083. Other Person Number 110 101-995. Other Person Number 997. OTHER (SPECIFY) 1 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 1 999. RF (refused) 19455 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); [Q7105:M11-26] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7106:M11-27] IS (NE 6 AND NE 7 AND NE 8); partial interview

G7108 M11-28.NEXT CLOSEST MALE OR FEMALESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7108 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M11-28. Is the person with whom you have the next closest relationship male or female? ................................................................................ 172 1. MALE 383 2. FEMALE 6 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19019 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); [Q7105:M11-26] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7104:M11-25] IS (1); partial interview

G7109 M11-29.NEXT CLOSE FRIEND RELATIONSHIPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7109 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M11-29. What is the person's relationship to you? ................................................................................ 27 1. SPOUSE/PARTNER 6 2. MOTHER 1 3. FATHER 1 4. MOTHER OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 1 5. FATHER OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 165 6. CHILD 2 7. STEP/PARTNER CHILD 2 8. CHILD-IN-LAW 54 9. SIBLING 5 10. SIB OF SPOUSE/PARTNER 291 11. OTHER 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19025 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); [Q7105:M11-26] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7104:M11-25] IS (1); [Q7108:M11-28] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G7110 M11-29A.NEXT CLOSE FRIEND NAMESection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7110 Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 M11-29a. Could you tell me their name? ................................................................................ 7 000. Information not available 1 041-083. Other Person Number 160 101-995. Other Person Number 997. OTHER (SPECIFY) 1 998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 999. RF (refused) 19411 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (12); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4- 16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q7103:M11-24] IS (NE 1); [Q7105:M11-26] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7104:M11-25] IS (1); [Q7108:M11-28] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7109:M11-29] IS (NE 6 AND NE 7 AND NE 8); partial interview

G7121 M12-0. INTRO TO MODULE 12Section: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7121 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-0. Government and universities spend a lot of money on medical research. To help them decide which health problems are most important, they need to know how people with different health conditions feel about their health problems. I'll ask you two questions that medical decision-makers often use to decide how people feel about their health, and then we'll talk more generally about your own concerns. We're interested in your best judgment about your own situation. 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

G7122 M12-1. TRADE YEARS FOR HEALTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7122 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-1. We'd like you to think about the following made-up situation. Imagine that you will live for exactly ten more years in your current state of health. Now imagine that you can choose to live those ten years in your current state of health, OR you can choose to give up some years of life, and live for a shorter period in perfect health. Would you be prepared to give up any part of those ten years to live in perfect health? ................................................................................ 173 1. YES 715 5. NO 20 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9. RF (refused) 18666 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); partial interview

G7123 M12-2. NUMBER OF YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7123 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 M12-2. What is the greatest number of years or months that you would be prepared to give up to live in perfect health? PROBE A RANGE, BUT DO NOT PROBE DK/RF YEARS: MONTHS: User note: The respondent could answer this question in different ways. The different types of responses are reported in this and the next variable(s). There should be valid data in only one of these variables, depending on how the respondent chose to answer the question. ................................................................................ 139 0-10. Actual value 31 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19410 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7124 M12-2A. NUMBER OF MONTHSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7124 Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 ................................................................................ 3 0-12. Actual value 98. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 99. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (1-10 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7126 M12-3A. GIVE MORE THAN TWO YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7126 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-3a. Would you be prepared to give up more than two years? ................................................................................ 19 1. YES 7 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19549 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); partial interview

G7127 M12-3B. GIVE MORE THAN THREE YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7127 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-3b. Would you be prepared to give up more than three years? ................................................................................ 10 1. YES 7 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19561 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (5); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (DK OR RF); partial interview

G7128 M12-3C. GIVE MORE THAN FIVE YEARSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7128 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-3c. Would you be prepared to give up more than five years? ................................................................................ 6 1. YES 3 5. NO 1 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19570 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (5); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7127:M12-3b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7129 M12-3D. GIVE MORE THAN ONE YEARSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7129 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-3d. Would you be prepared to give up more than one year? ................................................................................ 4 1. YES 3 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19573 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7127:M12-3b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (1); partial interview

G7130 M12-3E. GIVE MORE THAN SIX MONTHSSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7130 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-3e. Would you be prepared to give up more than six months? ................................................................................ 1. YES 3 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19577 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7122:M12-1] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7123:M12-2] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7127:M12-3b] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7126:M12-3a] IS (1); [Q7129:M12-3d] IS (1 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7132 M12-4. TRADE DOLLARS FOR HEALTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7132 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-4. Again, imagine that you will live for exactly ten more years in your current state of health. Assuming that your current medical expenses and insurance premiums stay the same as they are now, would you be willing to pay any more every month for additional medical treatment if it allowed you to live those ten years in perfect health? I'WER: IF R ASKS ABOUT SIDE EFFECTS, SAY TO ASSUME THAT THERE ARE NONE. IF R ASKS ABOUT RETURNING TO WORK OR GETTING A HIGHER PAYING JOB, SAY THAT WOULD BE HIS/HER DECISION TO MAKE. ................................................................................ 547 1. YES 332 5. NO 27 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 8 9. RF (refused) 18666 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); partial interview

G7133 M12-5. NUMBER OF DOLLARS PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7133 Type: Numeric Width: 7 Decimals: 0 M12-5. What is the greatest amount you would be willing to pay each month to live in perfect health? PROBE A RANGE, BUT DO NOT PROBE DK/RF AMOUNT: ................................................................................ 273 0-5000. Actual value 7 5001-9999996. Actual value (verified) 261 9999998. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 6 9999999. RF (refused) 19033 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7134 M12-6A. PAY $1000 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7134 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6a. Would you be willing to pay $1000 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 91 1. YES 160 5. NO 14 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 19313 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); partial interview

G7135 M12-6B. PAY $200 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7135 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6b. Would you be willing to pay $200 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 105 1. YES 48 5. NO 7 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19420 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (1); partial interview

G7136 M12-6C. PAY $50 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7136 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6c. Would you be willing to pay $50 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 35 1. YES 13 5. NO 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19532 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (1); [Q7135:M12-6b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7135:M12-6b] IS (1); partial interview

G7137 M12-6D. PAY $500 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7137 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6d. Would you be willing to pay $500 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 23 1. YES 77 5. NO 5 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19475 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (1); [Q7135:M12-6b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7136:M12-6c] IS (A); partial interview

G7138 M12-6E. PAY $2000 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7138 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6e. Would you be willing to pay $2,000 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 51 1. YES 31 5. NO 7 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 2 9. RF (refused) 19489 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7135:M12-6b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7136:M12-6c] IS (A); [Q7137:M12-6d] IS (A); partial interview

G7139 M12-6F. PAY $5000 PER MONTHSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7139 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M12-6f. Would you be willing to pay $5,000 per month? (to live ten years in perfect health?) ................................................................................ 38 1. YES 11 5. NO 2 8. DK (don't know); NA (not ascertained) 9. RF (refused) 19529 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); [Q514:CS1A] IS (2 OR 3); [Q220:PR220] IS (6); [Q6651:M1-0] IS (9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 2); [Q220:PR220] IS (2); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 4); [Q6846:M4-16] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 5); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 7); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 8); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 9); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 10); [Q6963:M10-0] IS (2 OR 4); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 11); [Q220:PR220] IS (NE 12); [Q7121:M12-0] IS (RF); [Q7132:M12-4] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); [Q7133:M12-5] IS (NE DK AND NE RF); [Q7134:M12-6a] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7135:M12-6b] IS (DK OR RF); [Q7136:M12-6c] IS (A); [Q7137:M12-6d] IS (A); [Q7138:M12-6e] IS (5 OR DK OR RF); partial interview

G7155 M-SKIP.MODULE SKIP EXPLANATIONSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7155 Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 M-SKIP As it turns out, there are no additional questions to ask, but thank you. 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

G7158 MDTIME2.MODULE END TIME STAMPSection: M Level: Respondent CAI Reference: Q7158 Type: Numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 0 User note: Time in seconds from the beginning of the interview ................................................................................ 19531 65-28825. Actual value 49 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); partial interview

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