HHID     HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
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        20129           000003-502761. Household Identification Number


PN RESPONDENT PERSON IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 11119 010. Person Identifier 451 011. Person Identifier 17 012. Person Identifier 1 013. Person Identifier 6398 020. Person Identifier 109 021. Person Identifier 5 022. Person Identifier 793 030. Person Identifier 37 031. Person Identifier 3 032. Person Identifier 1145 040. Person Identifier 49 041. Person Identifier 2 042. Person Identifier
JSUBHH 2004 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 19165 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 499 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 367 2. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 30 5. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 2 6. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2 66 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite
HSUBHH 2002 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Character Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 15943 0. Original sample household - no split from divorce or separation of spouses or partners 451 1. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 342 2. Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new spouse or partner, if any 15 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 47 7. Reunited household - respondents from split household reunite 3330 Blank. NEW COHORT HH
JPN_SP 2004 SPOUSE/PARTNER PERSON NUMBER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Character Width: 3 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 5804 010. Person Identifier 402 011. Person Identifier 16 012. Person Identifier 1 013. Person Identifier 5297 020. Person Identifier 102 021. Person Identifier 4 022. Person Identifier 662 030. Person Identifier 33 031. Person Identifier 3 032. Person Identifier 951 040. Person Identifier 46 041. Person Identifier 2 042. Person Identifier 14 811. Spouse of Non-Original Respondent 6 821. Spouse of Non-Original Respondent 2 831. Spouse of Non-Original Respondent 3 841. Spouse of Non-Original Respondent 6781 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable); Data Not Collected
JCSR 2004 WHETHER COVERSHEET RESPONDENT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 13643 1. Yes 7 3. 2nd Coverscreen R, answers not retained 6479 5. No
JFAMR 2004 WHETHER FAMILY RESPONDENT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 13514 1. Family R 2 3. 2nd Family R, answers not retained 6613 5. Non-Family R
JFINR 2004 WHETHER FINANCIAL RESPONDENT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 13585 1. Financial R 2 3. 2nd Financial R, answers not retained 6542 5. Non-Financial R
Ask: IF ((ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTENG) AND (ACTIVELANGUAGE <> EXTSPN)) AND ((((((RVARS.Z224_training = 1) AND (HH.X085_Samp_Replicate IN [7 .. 16])) OR (RVARS.Z224_training = 2)) AND (piSecIV800_FTF = YES)) AND (SecA.StartInterview.A007TRAlive_A = YES)) AND (piSecARelationsA028_RInNHome <> YES)) JV900 LEAVE BEHIND INSTRUCTIONS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 CAI Reference: SecV.V900_LeaveBehind This respondent is ([See Blaise Specifications for SecA.ContinuInterview.A019_RAge assignment]) years old. INTERVIEWER: If R is age 75 or older and you are assigned to disability vignettes, do not administer the leave-behind. Enter 4 to complete the interview. Otherwise continue below. Lastly, I have a short questionnaire that I would like to leave with (you/ (Respondents First Name)) to fill out. We would appreciate it if (you/ (Respondents First Name)) would complete this questionnaire at (your/his/her) earliest convenience and send it back to our office in this self-addressed envelope. If (you/ (Respondents First Name)) (have/has) any questions about the form or how to complete it, feel free to call our toll free number, which is listed in the questionnaire. .................................................................................. 7611 1. QUESTIONNAIRE LEFT WITH RESPONDENT 311 2. R REFUSED TO COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE 124 3. PROXY INDICATED R IS UNABLE/UNWILLING TO COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE 1498 4. NOT ADMINISTERED 10585 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLBTYPE TYPE OF QUESTIONNAIRE R ANSWERED Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 User Note: Inadvertantly, both types of questionnaires were sent to 11 respondents. We have retained the data for these cases. .................................................................................. 3269 1. Disability Questionnaire 3262 2. Psychosocial Questionnaire 11 3. Both Disability and Psychosocial Questionnaires 13587 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB001 INTRODUCTION TO DISABILITY QNAIRE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Blue= Other than the conditions explicitly mentioned, you should imagine the individual is in reasonably good health. Red= Other than the conditions explicitly mentioned, you should imagine the individual is like yourself. .................................................................................. 1657 1. Blue Introduction 1623 2. Red Introduction 16849 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB002 DISABILITY QNAIRE TOPIC ORDER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 571 1. Affect, Pain, CVD 536 2. Affect, CVD, Pain 558 3. CVD, Affect, Pain 554 4. CVD, Pain, Affect 528 5. Pain, Affect, CVD 533 6. Pain, CVD, Affect 16849 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB003A LIMITS ON WORK B/C OF HEALTH PROB Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 During our interview with you we asked you whether you have any impairment or health problem that limits the kind or amount of paid work you can do. The purpose of the following questions is to explore the meaning of your answers. The first question is very similar to the one we asked before. In the interview, we asked you to respond with a simple yes or no. This time, we would like you to respond using a five-point scale from 'not at all limited' to 'cannot do any work.' Example: 1a. To what extent are you limited in the kind or amount of work you can do because of an impairment or health problem? .................................................................................. 1368 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 691 2. MILDLY LIMITED 527 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 239 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 180 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 17124 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB003 AFFECT- GENERALLY ENJOYS WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 We would now like to give you a number of examples of (men/women) with some health problems. We would like you to indicate the extent to which you think these (men/women) would be limited in the kind or amount of work they can do. In terms of their age, their education, Other than the conditions explicitly mentioned, you should imagine the individual is in reasonably good health. Please give us your judgment on how limited these people are in the kind or amount of work they can do. (Tim/Mary) generally enjoys (his/her) work. (He/She) gets depressed every three weeks for a day or two and loses interest in what (he/she) usually enjoys, but is able to carry on with (his/her) day-to-day activities on the job. .................................................................................. 1216 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1329 2. MILDLY LIMITED 575 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 91 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 33 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16885 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB004 AFFECT- ENJOYS WORK VERY MUCH Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Jim/Ann) enjoys work very much. (He/She) feels that (he/she) is doing a very good job and is optimistic about the future. .................................................................................. 2978 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 131 2. MILDLY LIMITED 87 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 31 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 18 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16884 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB005 AFFECT- MOOD SWINGS ON JOB Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Bob/Nancy) has mood swings on the job. When (he/she) gets depressed, everything (he/she) does at work is an effort for (him/her) and (he/she) no longer enjoys (his/her) usual activities at work. These mood swings are not predictable and occur two or three times during a month. .................................................................................. 535 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1214 2. MILDLY LIMITED 1073 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 367 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 57 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16883 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB006 AFFECT- WORRIED ALL THE TIME Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Frank/Barb) feels worried all the time. (He/She) gets depressed once a week at work for a couple of days in a row, thinking about what could go wrong and that (his/her) boss will disapprove of (his/her) condition. But (he/she) is able to come out of this mood if (he/she) concentrates on something else. .................................................................................. 673 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1052 2. MILDLY LIMITED 1072 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 396 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 49 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16887 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB007 AFFECT- DEPRESSED MOST OF THE TIME Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Gary/Kathleen) feels depressed most of the time. (He/She) weeps frequently at work and feels hopeless about the future. (He/She) feels that (he/she) has become a burden on (his/her) co-workers and that (he/she) would be better dead. .................................................................................. 213 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 299 2. MILDLY LIMITED 501 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1660 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 569 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16887 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB008 PAIN- OCCASIONAL BACK PAIN AT WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Michael/Sue) occasionally feels back pain at work, but this has not happened for the last several months now. If (he/she) feels back pain, it typically lasts only for a few days. .................................................................................. 810 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1714 2. MILDLY LIMITED 616 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 70 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 40 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16879 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB009 PAIN- STIFFNESS IN BACK AT WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Carl/Carol) suffers from back pain that causes stiffness in (his/her) back, especially at work, but is relieved with low doses of medication. (He/She) does not have any pains other than this generalized discomfort. .................................................................................. 810 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1644 2. MILDLY LIMITED 665 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 86 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 41 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16883 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB010 PAIN- CONSTANT BACK PAIN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Matthew/Ruth) has almost constant pain in (his/her) back and this sometimes prevents (him/her) from doing (his/her) work. .................................................................................. 76 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 287 2. MILDLY LIMITED 1077 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1556 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 247 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16886 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB011 PAIN-CHANGES IN POSITION AFFECT WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (George/Linda) has back pain that makes changes in body position while (he/she) is working very uncomfortable. (He/She) is unable to stand or sit for more than half an hour. Medicines decrease the pain a little, but it is there all the time and interferes with (his/her) ability to carry out even day-to- day tasks at work. .................................................................................. 66 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 100 2. MILDLY LIMITED 431 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1798 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 858 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16876 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB012 PAIN-BACK AND LEG PAIN ALMOST ALWAYS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Mark/Jane) has pain in (his/her) back and legs, and the pain is present almost all the time. It gets worse while (he/she) is working. Although medication helps, (he/she) feels uncomfortable when moving around, holding and lifting things at work. .................................................................................. 58 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 132 2. MILDLY LIMITED 654 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1652 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 755 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16878 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB013 CVD- ACTIVE AND FIT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Peter/Karen) is very active and fit. (He/She) takes aerobic classes 3 times a week. .................................................................................. 3000 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 115 2. MILDLY LIMITED 74 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 36 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 24 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16880 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB014 CVD- HEART PROBLEMS IN THE PAST Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Jacob/Lori) has had heart problems in the past and (he/she) has been told to watch (his/her) cholesterol level. Sometimes if (he/she) feels stressed at work (he/she) feels pain in (his/her) chest and occasionally in (his/her) arms. .................................................................................. 251 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 1113 2. MILDLY LIMITED 1241 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 538 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 108 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16878 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB015 CVD- HISTORY OF HEART PROBLEMS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Paul/Beth)ís family has a history of heart problems. (His/Her) father died of a heart attack when (Paul/Beth) was still very young. The doctors have told (Paul/Beth) that (he/she) is at severe risk of having a serious heart attack (himself/herself) and that (he/she) should avoid strenuous physical activity or stress. (He/She) sometimes feels severe pain in (his/her) chest and arms, and suffers from dizziness, fainting, sweating, nausea or shortness of breath. .................................................................................. 79 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 163 2. MILDLY LIMITED 577 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1659 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 767 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16884 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB016 CVD- DIAGNOSED HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Tom/Diane) has been diagnosed with high blood pressure. (His/Her) blood pressure goes up quickly if (he/she) feels under stress. (Tom/Diane) does not exercise much and is overweight. Life can sometimes can be hectic for (him/her). (He/She) does not get along with (his/her) boss very well. .................................................................................. 262 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 624 2. MILDLY LIMITED 1263 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 963 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 134 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16883 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB017 CVD- TRIPLE BYPASS HEART SURGERY Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 (Dan/Judy) has undergone triple bypass heart surgery. (He/She) is a heavy smoker and still experiences severe chest pain sometimes. .................................................................................. 110 1. NOT AT ALL LIMITED 251 2. MILDLY LIMITED 793 3. MODERATELY LIMITED 1543 4. SEVERELY LIMITED 545 5. CANNOT DO ANY WORK 16887 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB018 WHO ANSWERED DISABILITY QNAIRE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Were the questions in this booklet answered by the person whose initials are written on the front cover, or did someone else provide their own answers? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 3113 1. THE QUESTIONS WERE ANSWERED BY THE PERSON WHOSE INITIALS ARE WRITTEN ON THE FRONT COVER. 89 2. SOMEONE ELSE PROVIDED THEIR OWN ANSWERS. 16927 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M1 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 1 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) User Note: The following variables (JLB501M1 - JLB531I) are part of the Participant Lifestyle Questionnaire. .................................................................................. 2146 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 652 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 164 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 14 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 77 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 13 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 33 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 133 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 16897 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M2 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 2 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 1654 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 572 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 46 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 377 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 80 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 92 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 11 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 17297 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M3 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 3 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 1140 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 120 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 727 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 220 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 216 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 2 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 17704 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M4 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 4 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 242 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 903 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 375 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 357 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 3 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 18249 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M5 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 5 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 225 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 580 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 482 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 1 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 18841 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M6 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 6 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 183 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 483 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 1 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 19462 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M7 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 7 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 161 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 2 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 19966 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB501M8 Q1. WHICH STATEMENTS APPLY - 8 Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q1. Which of these statements apply to you? (Check all that apply.) .................................................................................. 1. I READ A DAILY NEWSPAPER. 2. I HAVE A HOBBY OR A PASTIME. 3. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION WITHIN THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 4. I HAVE TAKEN A VACATION OUTSIDE THE US IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 5. I HAVE GONE ON A DAYTRIP OR OUTING IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS. 6. I USE THE INTERNET AND/OR EMAIL. 7. I OWN A CELL PHONE. 9 9. NONE OF THESE STATEMENTS APPLY TO ME. 20120 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB502 Q2. ATTEND MEETINGS OR PROGRAMS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q2. Not including attendance at religious services, how often do you attend meetings or programs of groups, clubs, or organizations that you belong to? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 285 1. MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK 321 2. ONCE A WEEK 343 3. 2 OR 3 TIMES A MONTH 474 4. ABOUT ONCE A MONTH 515 5. LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH 1236 6. NEVER 16955 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503A Q3A. AGE PREVENTS ME FROM DOING THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3. Here is a list of statements that people have used to describe their lives or how they feel. We would like to know how often, if at all, you feel this way. (Check one box for each line.) Q3a. My age prevents me from doing the things I would like to. .................................................................................. 227 1. OFTEN 904 2. SOMETIMES 920 3. NOT OFTEN 1133 4. NEVER 16945 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503B Q3B. THINGS HAPPEN OUT OF MY CONTROL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3b. I feel that what happens to me is out of my control. .................................................................................. 213 1. OFTEN 788 2. SOMETIMES 1092 3. NOT OFTEN 1009 4. NEVER 17027 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503C Q3C. FEEL FREE TO PLAN FOR THE FUTURE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3c. I feel free to plan for the future. .................................................................................. 1753 1. OFTEN 902 2. SOMETIMES 285 3. NOT OFTEN 201 4. NEVER 16988 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503D Q3D. FEEL LEFT OUT OF THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3d. I feel left out of things. .................................................................................. 140 1. OFTEN 699 2. SOMETIMES 1027 3. NOT OFTEN 1244 4. NEVER 17019 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503E Q3E. DO THINGS THAT I WANT TO DO Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3e. I can do the things that I want to do. .................................................................................. 1836 1. OFTEN 1094 2. SOMETIMES 224 3. NOT OFTEN 59 4. NEVER 16916 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503F Q3F. FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES PREVENT ME Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3f. Family responsibilities prevent me from doing what I want to do. .................................................................................. 145 1. OFTEN 866 2. SOMETIMES 1016 3. NOT OFTEN 1141 4. NEVER 16961 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503G Q3G. DO AS I PLEASE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3g. I feel that I can do as I please. .................................................................................. 1630 1. OFTEN 1091 2. SOMETIMES 300 3. NOT OFTEN 152 4. NEVER 16956 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503H Q3H. HEALTH STOPS ME FROM DOING THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3h. My health stops me from doing things I want to do. .................................................................................. 387 1. OFTEN 961 2. SOMETIMES 801 3. NOT OFTEN 1031 4. NEVER 16949 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503I Q3I. SHORTAGE OF MONEY PREVENTS ME Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3i. Shortage of money stops me from doing the things I want to do. .................................................................................. 670 1. OFTEN 1306 2. SOMETIMES 729 3. NOT OFTEN 511 4. NEVER 16913 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503J Q3J. LOOK FORWARD TO EACH DAY Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3j. I look forward to each day. .................................................................................. 2552 1. OFTEN 537 2. SOMETIMES 93 3. NOT OFTEN 27 4. NEVER 16920 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503K Q3K. LIFE HAS MEANING Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3k. I feel that my life has meaning. .................................................................................. 2442 1. OFTEN 589 2. SOMETIMES 128 3. NOT OFTEN 38 4. NEVER 16932 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503L Q3L. ENJOY THINGS THAT I DO Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3l. I enjoy the things that I do. .................................................................................. 2546 1. OFTEN 597 2. SOMETIMES 57 3. NOT OFTEN 17 4. NEVER 16912 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503M Q3M. ENJOY THE COMPANY OF OTHERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3m. I enjoy being in the company of others. .................................................................................. 2318 1. OFTEN 798 2. SOMETIMES 89 3. NOT OFTEN 18 4. NEVER 16906 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503N Q3N. LIFE HAS SENSE OF HAPPINESS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3n. On balance, I look back on my life with a sense of happiness. .................................................................................. 2116 1. OFTEN 908 2. SOMETIMES 157 3. NOT OFTEN 40 4. NEVER 16908 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503O Q3O. FEEL FULL OF ENERGY THESE DAYS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3o. I feel full of energy these days. .................................................................................. 1024 1. OFTEN 1503 2. SOMETIMES 551 3. NOT OFTEN 134 4. NEVER 16917 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503P Q3P. CHOOSE TO DO NEW THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3p. I choose to do things that I have never done before. .................................................................................. 452 1. OFTEN 1400 2. SOMETIMES 1013 3. NOT OFTEN 316 4. NEVER 16948 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503Q Q3Q. SATISFIED W/ HOW MY LIFE TURNED OUT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3q. I feel satisfied with the way my life has turned out. .................................................................................. 1788 1. OFTEN 1134 2. SOMETIMES 211 3. NOT OFTEN 73 4. NEVER 16923 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503R Q3R. LIFE IS FULL OF OPPORTUNITIES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3r. I feel that life is full of opportunities. .................................................................................. 1706 1. OFTEN 1119 2. SOMETIMES 286 3. NOT OFTEN 84 4. NEVER 16934 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB503S Q3S. FUTURE LOOKS GOOD FOR ME Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q3s. I feel that the future looks good for me. .................................................................................. 1542 1. OFTEN 1181 2. SOMETIMES 373 3. NOT OFTEN 114 4. NEVER 16919 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB504A Q4A. LACK COMPANIONSHIP Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q4. The next questions are about how you feel about different aspects of your life. For each one, please say how often you feel that way. (Check one box for each line.) Q4a. How often do you feel you lack companionship? .................................................................................. 342 1. OFTEN 980 2. SOME OF THE TIME 1882 3. HARDLY EVER OR NEVER 16925 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB504B Q4B. FEEL LEFT OUT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q4b. How often do you feel left out? .................................................................................. 172 1. OFTEN 1058 2. SOME OF THE TIME 1964 3. HARDLY EVER OR NEVER 16935 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB504C Q4C. FEEL ISOLATED FROM OTHERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q4c. How often do you feel isolated from others? .................................................................................. 177 1. OFTEN 786 2. SOME OF THE TIME 2210 3. HARDLY EVER OR NEVER 16956 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB504D Q4D. FEEL IN TUNE WITH PEOPLE AROUND Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q4d. How often do you feel in tune with the people around you? .................................................................................. 1832 1. OFTEN 1158 2. SOME OF THE TIME 213 3. HARDLY EVER OR NEVER 16926 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB505A Q5A. LIFE IS CLOSE TO IDEAL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q5. Please say how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. (Check one box for each line.) Q5a. In most ways my life is close to ideal. .................................................................................. 335 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1298 2. AGREE 675 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 441 4. NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 191 5. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 182 6. DISAGREE 70 7. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16937 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB505B Q5B. CONDITIONS OF LIFE ARE EXCELLENT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q5b. The conditions of my life are excellent. .................................................................................. 397 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1188 2. AGREE 692 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 351 4. NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 265 5. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 203 6. DISAGREE 102 7. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16931 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB505C Q5C. SATISFIED WITH LIFE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q5c. I am satisfied with my life. .................................................................................. 637 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1499 2. AGREE 519 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 199 4. NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 167 5. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 140 6. DISAGREE 55 7. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16913 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB505D Q5D. HAVE IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q5d. So far, I have gotten the important things I want in life. .................................................................................. 689 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1472 2. AGREE 547 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 180 4. NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 144 5. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 123 6. DISAGREE 55 7. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16919 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB505E Q5E. CHANGE NOTHING IF LIVED LIFE OVER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q5e. If I could live my life again, I would change almost nothing. .................................................................................. 401 1. STRONGLY AGREE 997 2. AGREE 643 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 222 4. NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE 378 5. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 369 6. DISAGREE 198 7. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16921 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506A Q6A. CONTROL OVER WHAT HAPPENS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6. Here are some questions about how you feel about your life in general. Please say how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. (Check one box for each line.) Q6a. At home, I feel I have control over what happens in most situations. .................................................................................. 1275 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1328 2. MODERATELY AGREE 356 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 102 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 82 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 58 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16928 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506B Q6B. WHAT HAPPENS IS BEYOND CONTROL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6b. I feel that what happens in life is often determined by factors beyond my control. .................................................................................. 523 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1019 2. MODERATELY AGREE 816 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 305 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 312 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 207 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16947 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506C Q6C. DIFFERENT DEMANDS HARD TO COMBINE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6c. In general, I have different demands that I think are hard to combine. .................................................................................. 167 1. STRONGLY AGREE 664 2. MODERATELY AGREE 890 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 511 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 463 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 358 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 17076 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506D Q6D. ENOUGH TIME TO DO EVERYTHING Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6d. In general, I have enough time to do everything. .................................................................................. 542 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1121 2. MODERATELY AGREE 601 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 468 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 264 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 187 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16946 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506E Q6E. HAVE TO WORK VERY FAST Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6e. Considering the things I have to do at home, I have to work very fast. .................................................................................. 166 1. STRONGLY AGREE 415 2. MODERATELY AGREE 727 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 776 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 535 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 554 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16956 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506F Q6F. NOT THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6f. I live life one day at a time and donít really think about the future. .................................................................................. 391 1. STRONGLY AGREE 635 2. MODERATELY AGREE 647 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 536 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 500 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 491 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16929 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506G Q6G. ENJOY MAKING PLANS FOR THE FUTURE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6g. I enjoy making plans for the future and working to make them a reality. .................................................................................. 836 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1066 2. MODERATELY AGREE 752 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 227 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 164 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 132 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16952 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506H Q6H. NOT WANDER AIMLESSLY THROUGH LIFE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6h. Some people wander aimlessly through life, but I am not one of them. .................................................................................. 1383 1. STRONGLY AGREE 919 2. MODERATELY AGREE 451 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 176 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 145 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 86 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16969 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506I Q6I. DONE ALL THERE IS TO DO IN LIFE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6i. I sometimes feel as if Iíve done all there is to do in life. .................................................................................. 148 1. STRONGLY AGREE 342 2. MODERATELY AGREE 513 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 588 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 652 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 927 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16959 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506J Q6J. IMPOSSIBLE TO REACH GOALS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6j. I feel it is impossible for me to reach the goals that I would like to strive for. .................................................................................. 308 1. STRONGLY AGREE 466 2. MODERATELY AGREE 670 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 527 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 582 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 598 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16978 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506K Q6K. FUTURE SEEMS HOPELESS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6k. The future seems hopeless to me and I canít believe that things are changing for the better. .................................................................................. 201 1. STRONGLY AGREE 239 2. MODERATELY AGREE 387 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 417 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 534 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 1374 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16977 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506L Q6L. NOT EXPECT TO GET WHAT I WANT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6l. I donít expect to get what I really want. .................................................................................. 288 1. STRONGLY AGREE 360 2. MODERATELY AGREE 518 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 475 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 646 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 865 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16977 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506M Q6M. NO USE IN TRYING TO GET SOMETHING Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6m. Thereís no use in really trying to get something I want because I probably wonít get it. .................................................................................. 179 1. STRONGLY AGREE 246 2. MODERATELY AGREE 329 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 475 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 606 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 1328 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16966 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506N Q6N. SOMETHING CAN AND WILL GO WRONG Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6n. If something can go wrong for me it will. .................................................................................. 215 1. STRONGLY AGREE 206 2. MODERATELY AGREE 401 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 466 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 611 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 1246 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16984 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506O Q6O. OPTIMISTIC ABOUT OWN FUTURE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6o. Iím always optimistic about my future. .................................................................................. 836 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1146 2. MODERATELY AGREE 650 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 241 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 148 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 128 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16980 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506P Q6P. EXPECT THE BEST IN UNCERTAIN TIMES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6p. In uncertain times, I usually expect the best. .................................................................................. 648 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1255 2. MODERATELY AGREE 776 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 274 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 129 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 74 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16973 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506Q Q6Q. EXPECT MORE GOOD THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6q. Overall, I expect more good things to happen to me than bad. .................................................................................. 1262 1. STRONGLY AGREE 1216 2. MODERATELY AGREE 482 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 124 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 56 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 50 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16939 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506R Q6R. HARDLY EXPECT THINGS TO GO MY WAY Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6r. I hardly ever expect things to go my way. .................................................................................. 124 1. STRONGLY AGREE 324 2. MODERATELY AGREE 483 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 596 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 759 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 876 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16967 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506S Q6S. RARELY COUNT ON GOOD THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6s. I rarely count on good things happening to me. .................................................................................. 183 1. STRONGLY AGREE 298 2. MODERATELY AGREE 446 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 482 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 685 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 1062 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16973 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506T Q6T. PEOPLE DISLIKE HELPING OTHERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6t. Most people inwardly dislike putting themselves out to help other people. .................................................................................. 254 1. STRONGLY AGREE 464 2. MODERATELY AGREE 655 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 503 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 709 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 569 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16975 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506U Q6U. SOMEWHAT UNFAIR MEANS TO GET PROFIT Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6u. Most people will use somewhat unfair means to gain profit or an advantage rather than lose it. .................................................................................. 403 1. STRONGLY AGREE 585 2. MODERATELY AGREE 859 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 386 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 557 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 350 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16989 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506V Q6V. NO ONE CARES MUCH WHAT HAPPENS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6v. No one cares much what happens to you. .................................................................................. 157 1. STRONGLY AGREE 268 2. MODERATELY AGREE 407 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 460 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 660 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 1221 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16956 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506W Q6W. MOST PEOPLE WOULD LIE TO GET AHEAD Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6w. I think most people would lie in order to get ahead. .................................................................................. 403 1. STRONGLY AGREE 463 2. MODERATELY AGREE 757 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 436 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 628 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 493 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 16949 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB506X Q6X. HIDDEN REASONS DOING NICE THINGS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q6x. I commonly wonder what hidden reasons another person may have for doing something nice for me. .................................................................................. 173 1. STRONGLY AGREE 292 2. MODERATELY AGREE 590 3. SLIGHTLY AGREE 424 4. SLIGHTLY DISAGREE 662 5. MODERATELY DISAGREE 980 6. STRONGLY DISAGREE 17008 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB507 Q7. LIVE WITH SPOUSE OR PARTNER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q7. Do you have a husband, wife, or partner with whom you live? .................................................................................. 2243 1. YES [GO TO QUESTION Q8] 823 5. NO [GO TO QUESTION Q10] 17063 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508A Q8A. SP/P UNDERSTAND THE WAY YOU FEEL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8. We would now like to ask you some questions about your partner or spouse. Please check the answer which best shows how you feel about each statement. (Check one box for each line.) Q8a. How much do they really understand the way you feel about things? .................................................................................. 1223 1. A LOT 786 2. SOME 271 3. A LITTLE 51 4. NOT AT ALL 17798 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508B Q8B. RELY ON SP/P IF SERIOUS PROBLEM Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8b. How much can you rely on them if you have a serious problem? .................................................................................. 1960 1. A LOT 227 2. SOME 107 3. A LITTLE 47 4. NOT AT ALL 17788 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508C Q8C. OPEN UP TO SP/P ABOUT WORRIES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8c. How much can you open up to them if you need to talk about your worries? .................................................................................. 1422 1. A LOT 598 2. SOME 243 3. A LITTLE 75 4. NOT AT ALL 17791 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508D Q8D. AMT SP/P CRITICIZES YOU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8d. How much do they criticize you? .................................................................................. 194 1. A LOT 656 2. SOME 926 3. A LITTLE 549 4. NOT AT ALL 17804 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508E Q8E. SP/P LET YOU DOWN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8e. How much do they let you down when you are counting on them? .................................................................................. 99 1. A LOT 350 2. SOME 562 3. A LITTLE 1311 4. NOT AT ALL 17807 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB508F Q8F. SP/P GETS ON YOUR NERVES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q8f. How much do they get on your nerves? .................................................................................. 130 1. A LOT 435 2. SOME 1123 3. A LITTLE 639 4. NOT AT ALL 17802 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB509 Q9. HOW CLOSE WITH SP/P Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q9. How close is your relationship with your partner or spouse? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 1524 1. VERY CLOSE 617 2. QUITE CLOSE 174 3. NOT VERY CLOSE 24 4. NOT AT ALL CLOSE 17790 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB510 Q10. HAVE ANY CHILDREN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q10. Do you have any children? .................................................................................. 2825 1. YES [GO TO QUESTION Q11] 284 5. NO [GO TO QUESTION Q14] 17020 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511A Q11A. CHILDREN UNDERSTAND WAY YOU FEEL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11. Thinking about all of your living children, please check the answer which best shows how you feel about each statement. (Check one box for each line.) Q11a. How much do they really understand the way you feel about things? .................................................................................. 1265 1. A LOT 1171 2. SOME 364 3. A LITTLE 86 4. NOT AT ALL 17243 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511B Q11B. RELY ON CHILDREN IF SERIOUS PROB Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11b. How much can you rely on them if you have a serious problem? .................................................................................. 1899 1. A LOT 638 2. SOME 241 3. A LITTLE 120 4. NOT AT ALL 17231 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511C Q11C. OPEN UP TO CHILDREN ABOUT WORRIES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11c. How much can you open up to them if you need to talk about your worries? .................................................................................. 1345 1. A LOT 966 2. SOME 420 3. A LITTLE 159 4. NOT AT ALL 17239 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511D Q11D. AMT CHILDREN CRITICIZE YOU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11d. How much do they criticize you? .................................................................................. 96 1. A LOT 505 2. SOME 1084 3. A LITTLE 1186 4. NOT AT ALL 17258 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511E Q11E. CHILDREN LET YOU DOWN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11e. How much do they let you down when you are counting on them? .................................................................................. 136 1. A LOT 474 2. SOME 854 3. A LITTLE 1405 4. NOT AT ALL 17260 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB511F Q11F. CHILDREN GET ON YOUR NERVES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q11f. How much do they get on your nerves? .................................................................................. 88 1. A LOT 425 2. SOME 1189 3. A LITTLE 1179 4. NOT AT ALL 17248 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB512A Q12A. MEET UP WITH CHILDREN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q12. On average, how often do you do each of the following with any of your children, not counting any who live with you? (Check one box for each line.) Q12a. Meet up (include both arranged and chance meetings) .................................................................................. 539 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 787 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 637 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 395 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 235 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 164 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17372 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB512B Q12B. SPEAK ON THE PHONE WITH CHILDREN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q12b. Speak on the phone .................................................................................. 1212 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 1010 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 407 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 98 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 24 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 47 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17331 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB512C Q12C. WRITE OR EMAIL CHILDREN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q12c. Write or email .................................................................................. 200 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 337 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 399 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 281 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 254 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 998 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17660 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB513 Q13. # CHILDREN CLOSE RELATIONSHIP Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 Q13. How many of your children would you say you have a close relationship with? (Please write a number on the line.) .................................................................................. ----------------------------------------------------------------- N Min Max Mean SD Miss 2827 0 13 2.55 1.58 17302 -----------------------------------------------------------------
JLB514 Q14. HAVE ANY OTHER IMMEDIATE FAMILY Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q14. Do you have any other immediate family, for example, any brothers or sisters, parents, cousins or grandchildren? .................................................................................. 2936 1. YES [GO TO QUESTION Q15] 184 5. NO [GO TO QUESTION Q18] 17009 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515A Q15A. OTH FAM MEMBERS UNDERSTAND YOU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15. We would now like to ask you some questions about your immediate family. Please check the answer which shows how you feel about each statement. (Check one box for each line.) Q15a. How much do they really understand the way you feel about things? .................................................................................. 903 1. A LOT 1292 2. SOME 606 3. A LITTLE 224 4. NOT AT ALL 17104 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515B Q15B. RELY OTH FAM MEM IF SERIOUS PROB Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15b. How much can you rely on them if you have a serious problem? .................................................................................. 1439 1. A LOT 859 2. SOME 459 3. A LITTLE 274 4. NOT AT ALL 17098 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515C Q15C. OPEN UP TO OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15c. How much can you open up to them if you need to talk about your worries? .................................................................................. 1079 1. A LOT 990 2. SOME 622 3. A LITTLE 329 4. NOT AT ALL 17109 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515D Q15D. OTH FAMILY MEMBERS CRITICIZE YOU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15d. How much do they criticize you? .................................................................................. 123 1. A LOT 465 2. SOME 1023 3. A LITTLE 1353 4. NOT AT ALL 17165 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515E Q15E. OTH FAMILY MEMBERS LET YOU DOWN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15e. How much do they let you down when you are counting on them? .................................................................................. 168 1. A LOT 444 2. SOME 843 3. A LITTLE 1516 4. NOT AT ALL 17158 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB515F Q15F. OTH FAM MEMBERS GET ON YOUR NERVES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q15f. How much do they get on your nerves? .................................................................................. 118 1. A LOT 457 2. SOME 1180 3. A LITTLE 1251 4. NOT AT ALL 17123 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB516A Q16A. MEET UP WITH OTH FAMILY MEMBERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q16. On average, how often do you do each of the following with any of these family members, not counting any who live with you? (Check one box for each line.) Q16a. Meet up (include both arranged and chance meetings) .................................................................................. 329 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 591 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 662 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 545 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 526 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 336 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17140 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB516B Q16B. SPEAK ON PHONE WITH OTH FAM MEM Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q16b. Speak on the phone .................................................................................. 720 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 944 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 735 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 392 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 126 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 101 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17111 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB516C Q16C. WRITE OR EMAIL OTH FAMILY MEMBERS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q16c. Write or email .................................................................................. 128 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 233 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 408 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 347 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 344 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 1240 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17429 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB517 Q17. # OTH FAM MEM CLOSE RELATIONSHIP Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Q17. With how many people in your immediate family would you say you have a close relationship? (Please write a number on the line.) .................................................................................. ----------------------------------------------------------------- N Min Max Mean SD Miss 2912 0 100 4.49 5.17 17217 -----------------------------------------------------------------
JLB518 Q18. HAVE ANY FRIENDS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q18. Do you have any friends? .................................................................................. 2925 1. YES [GO TO QUESTION Q19] 182 5. NO [GO TO QUESTION Q22] 17022 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519A Q19A. FRIENDS UNDERSTAND WAY YOU FEEL Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19. We would now like to ask you some questions about your friends. Please check the answer which best shows how you feel about each statement. (Check one box for each line.) Q19a. How much do they really understand the way you feel about things? .................................................................................. 1016 1. A LOT 1383 2. SOME 514 3. A LITTLE 70 4. NOT AT ALL 17146 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519B Q19B. RELY ON FRIENDS IF SERIOUS PROBLEM Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19b. How much can you rely on them if you have a serious problem? .................................................................................. 1227 1. A LOT 1105 2. SOME 508 3. A LITTLE 141 4. NOT AT ALL 17148 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519C Q19C. OPEN UP TO FRIENDS ABOUT WORRIES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19c. How much can you open up to them if you need to talk about your worries? .................................................................................. 1064 1. A LOT 1122 2. SOME 661 3. A LITTLE 140 4. NOT AT ALL 17142 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519D Q19D. FRIENDS CRITICIZE YOU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19d. How much do they criticize you? .................................................................................. 34 1. A LOT 288 2. SOME 1002 3. A LITTLE 1584 4. NOT AT ALL 17221 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519E Q19E. FRIENDS LET YOU DOWN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19e. How much do they let you down when you are counting on them? .................................................................................. 72 1. A LOT 419 2. SOME 914 3. A LITTLE 1529 4. NOT AT ALL 17195 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB519F Q19F. FRIENDS GET ON YOUR NERVES Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q19f. How much do they get on your nerves? .................................................................................. 39 1. A LOT 296 2. SOME 1185 3. A LITTLE 1444 4. NOT AT ALL 17165 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB520A Q20A. MEET UP WITH FRIENDS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q20. On average, how often do you do which of the following with any of your friends, not counting any who live with you? (Check one box for each line.) Q20a. Meet up (include both arranged and chance meetings) .................................................................................. 481 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 995 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 867 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 344 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 162 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 101 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17179 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB520B Q20B. SPEAK ON PHONE WITH FRIENDS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q20b. Speak on the phone .................................................................................. 718 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 1079 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 720 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 285 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 93 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 77 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17157 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB520C Q20C. WRITE OR EMAIL FRIENDS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q20c. Write or email .................................................................................. 198 1. THREE OR MORE TIMES A WEEK 311 2. ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK 377 3. ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH 268 4. EVERY FEW MONTHS 256 5. ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR 1210 6. LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR OR NEVER 17509 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB521 Q21. # FRIENDS CLOSE RELATIONSHIP Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Q21. How many friends would you say you have a close relationship with? (Please write a number on the line.) .................................................................................. ----------------------------------------------------------------- N Min Max Mean SD Miss 2872 0 100 5.29 6.58 17257 -----------------------------------------------------------------
JLB522 Q22. WORK FOR PAY LAST MONTH Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q22. Did you do any work for pay during the last month? .................................................................................. 1293 1. YES [GO TO QUESTION Q23] 1836 5. NO [GO TO QUESTION Q24] 17000 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523A Q23A. SATISFIED WITH JOB Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23. Here are some statements people might use to describe their work. We would like to know how well each of these statements describes the work you did for pay during the last month. (Check one box for each line.) Q23a. All things considered I am satisfied with my job. .................................................................................. 548 1. STRONGLY AGREE 687 2. AGREE 112 3. DISAGREE 40 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18742 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523B Q23B. JOB IS PHYSICALLY DEMANDING Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23b. My job is physically demanding. .................................................................................. 245 1. STRONGLY AGREE 391 2. AGREE 443 3. DISAGREE 304 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18746 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523C Q23C. RECOGNITION FOR WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23c. I receive the recognition I deserve for my work. .................................................................................. 270 1. STRONGLY AGREE 747 2. AGREE 267 3. DISAGREE 92 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18753 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523D Q23D. SALARY IS ADEQUATE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23d. My salary is adequate. .................................................................................. 206 1. STRONGLY AGREE 718 2. AGREE 369 3. DISAGREE 116 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18720 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523E Q23E. JOB PROMOTION PROSPECTS ARE POOR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23e. My job promotion prospects are poor. .................................................................................. 277 1. STRONGLY AGREE 531 2. AGREE 379 3. DISAGREE 137 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18805 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523F Q23F. JOB SECURITY IS POOR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23f. My job security is poor. .................................................................................. 107 1. STRONGLY AGREE 254 2. AGREE 619 3. DISAGREE 380 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18769 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523G Q23G. PRESSURE DUE TO A HEAVY WORKLOAD Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23g. I am under constant time pressure due to a heavy workload. .................................................................................. 128 1. STRONGLY AGREE 366 2. AGREE 538 3. DISAGREE 327 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18770 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523H Q23H. LITTLE FREEDOM HOW WORK DONE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23h. I have very little freedom to decide how I do my work. .................................................................................. 72 1. STRONGLY AGREE 197 2. AGREE 655 3. DISAGREE 446 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18759 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523I Q23I. OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP NEW SKILLS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23i. I have the opportunity to develop new skills. .................................................................................. 257 1. STRONGLY AGREE 696 2. AGREE 298 3. DISAGREE 106 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18772 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523J Q23J. ADEQUATE SUPPORT IN DIFF SITU Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23j. I receive adequate support in difficult situations. .................................................................................. 216 1. STRONGLY AGREE 835 2. AGREE 236 3. DISAGREE 66 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18776 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523K Q23K. HAVE CONTROL OVER WHAT HAPPENS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23k. At work, I feel I have control over what happens in most situations. .................................................................................. 241 1. STRONGLY AGREE 848 2. AGREE 224 3. DISAGREE 51 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18765 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523L Q23L. HAVE TO WORK VERY FAST Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23l. Considering the things I have to do at work, I have to work very fast. .................................................................................. 147 1. STRONGLY AGREE 506 2. AGREE 561 3. DISAGREE 147 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18768 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523M Q23M. FEEL BOTHERED OR UPSET IN WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23m. I often feel bothered or upset in my work. .................................................................................. 58 1. STRONGLY AGREE 255 2. AGREE 740 3. DISAGREE 306 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18770 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523N Q23N. FREE FROM CONFLICTIONG DEMANDS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23n. In my work I am free from conflicting demands that others make. .................................................................................. 136 1. STRONGLY AGREE 524 2. AGREE 545 3. DISAGREE 148 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18776 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB523O Q23O. JOB INTERFERES WITH PERSONAL LIFE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q23o. The demands of my job interfere with my personal life. .................................................................................. 73 1. STRONGLY AGREE 259 2. AGREE 676 3. DISAGREE 358 4. STRONGLY DISAGREE 18763 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB524 Q24. POSITION ON JOB LADDER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 Q24. Think of this ladder [diagram of ladder is presented] as representing where people stand in our society. At the top of the ladder are the people who are the best off - those who have the most money, most education, and best jobs. At the bottom are the people who are the worst off - who have the least money, least education, and the worst jobs or no jobs. The higher up you are on this ladder, the closer you are to the people at the very top and the lower you are, the closer you are to the people at the very bottom. (Please mark a cross on the rung on the ladder where you would place yourself.) .................................................................................. ----------------------------------------------------------------- N Min Max Mean SD Miss 2864 1 10 6.20 1.86 17265 -----------------------------------------------------------------
JLB525 Q25. POSITION ON LADDER CHANGE Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q25. Has your position on the ladder changed within the last two years? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 439 1. YES, I HAVE MOVED UP 303 3. YES, I HAVE MOVED DOWN 2335 5. NO, MY POSITION HAS NOT CHANGED 17052 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB526 Q26. RATE THE EXP OF GROWING OLDER Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q26. On the whole has growing older been a positive or negative experience? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 465 1. VERY POSITIVE 1267 2. MAINLY POSITIVE 1048 3. NEITHER POSITIVE NOR NEGATIVE 289 4. MAINLY NEGATIVE 61 5. VERY NEGATIVE 16999 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527A Q27A. EXP DEATH OF ANY CHILD OF YOURS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q27. For each of the following events, please indicate whether the event occurred AT ANY POINT IN YOUR LIFE. If the event did happen, please indicate the year in which it happened most recently. (Check one box for each line. If 'Yes', indicate which year.) Q27a. Did you ever experience the death of a child of yours? .................................................................................. 469 1. YES 2716 2. NO 16944 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527AY Q27AYR. EXP DEATH OF ANY CHILD -YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 401 1935-2004. Actual Value 19728 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527B Q27B. EVER VICTIM OF PHYSICAL ATTACK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q27b. Were you the victim of a serious physical attack or assault in your life? .................................................................................. 242 1. YES 2923 2. NO 16964 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527BY Q27BYR. VICTIM OF PHYSICAL ATTACK-YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 192 1922-2004. Actual Value 19937 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527C Q27C. LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q27c. Did you ever have a life-threatening illness or accident? .................................................................................. 938 1. YES 2224 2. NO 16967 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527CY Q27CYR. LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESS -YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 676 1903-2004. Actual Value 19453 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527D Q27D. SP OR CHILD HAVE LIFE-THREATENING Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q27d. Did your spouse or a child of yours ever have a life-threatening illness or accident? .................................................................................. 1103 1. YES 2043 2. NO 16983 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB527DY Q27DYR. SP/CHILD HAVE LIFE-THREATEN-YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 755 1934-2004. Actual Value 19374 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528A Q28A. LOST JOB AT ANY POINT LAST 5 YEARS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q28. Now please think about the last 5 YEARS of your life and indicate whether each of the events below occurred in the last 5 years. (Check one box for each line. If YES, indicate year.) Q28a. Have you involuntarily lost a job for reasons other than retirement at any point in the past five years? .................................................................................. 273 1. YES 2884 2. NO 16972 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528AY Q28AYR. LOST JOB LAST 5 YEARS -YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 209 1987-2004. Actual Value 19920 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528B Q28B. LOOKING FOR JOB LAST 5 YEARS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q28b. Have you been unemployed and looking for work for longer than 3 months at some point in the past five years? .................................................................................. 248 1. YES 2904 2. NO 16977 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528BY Q28BYR. LOOKING FOR JOB LAST 5 YEARS -YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 144 1973-2004. Actual Value 19985 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528C Q28C. ANYONE LOOKING FOR JOB LAST 5 YRS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q28c. Was anyone else in your household unemployed and looking for work for longer than 3 months in the past five years? .................................................................................. 317 1. YES 2843 2. NO 16969 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528CY Q28CYR. ANYONE LOOKING FOR JOB - YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 167 1995-2004. Actual Value 19962 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528D Q28D. MOVE TO A WORSE RES LAST 5 YRS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q28d. Have you moved to a worse residence or neighborhood in the past five years? .................................................................................. 82 1. YES 3096 2. NO 16951 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528DY Q28DYR. MOVE TO WORSE RES LAST 5 YRS- YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 42 1995-2004. Actual Value 20087 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528E Q28E. HAVE HOME ROBBED LAST 5 YRS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q28e. Were you robbed or did you have your home burglarized in the past five years? .................................................................................. 160 1. YES 3021 2. NO 16948 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB528EY Q28EYR. HAVE HOME ROBBED LAST 5 YRS -YR Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 100 1987-2004. Actual Value 20029 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB529A Q29A. SATISFIED W/ PRES FINANCIAL STATUS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q29. Please indicate which of the following choices best describes how you feel about your current financial situation. (Circle one answer for each line.) Q29a. How satisfied are you with (you/your familyís) present financial situation? .................................................................................. 297 1. NOT AT ALL SATISFIED 479 2. NOT VERY SATISFIED 1315 3. SOMEWHAT SATISFIED 837 4. VERY SATISFIED 202 5. COMPLETELY SATISFIED 16999 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB529B Q29B. DIFFICULT TO MEET MONTHLY PAYMENTS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q29b. How difficult is it for (you/yours familyís) to meet monthly payments on your (familyís) bills? .................................................................................. 916 1. NOT AT ALL DIFFICULT 1119 2. NOT VERY DIFFICULT 799 3. SOMEWHAT DIFFICULT 193 4. VERY DIFFICULT 92 5. EXTREMELY DIFFICULT 17010 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530A Q30A. ONGOING HEALTH PROBLEM - YOURSELF Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30. Please read the list below and indicate whether or not any of these are current and ongoing problems that have lasted twelve months or longer. If the problem is happening to you, indicate how upsetting it has been. Check the answer that is most like your current situation. (Check one box for each line.) Q30a. Ongoing health problems (in yourself) .................................................................................. 1099 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 894 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 860 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 312 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 16964 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530B Q30B. ONGOING PHYSICAL PROBLEM -SP/CHILD Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30b. Ongoing physical or emotional problems (in spouse or child) .................................................................................. 1792 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 383 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 633 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 293 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17028 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530C Q30C. ONGOING PROBLEM WITH ALCOHOL -FAM Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30c. Ongoing problems with alcohol or drug use in family member .................................................................................. 2625 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 105 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 241 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 167 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 16991 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530D Q30D. ONGOING DIFFICULTIES AT WORK Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30d. Ongoing difficulties at work .................................................................................. 2452 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 277 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 226 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 50 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17124 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530E Q30E. ONGOING FINANCIAL STRAIN Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30e. Ongoing financial strain .................................................................................. 1775 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 571 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 559 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 196 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17028 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530F Q30F. ONGOING HOUSING PROBLEMS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30f. Ongoing housing problems .................................................................................. 2708 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 200 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 148 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 48 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17025 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530G Q30G. ONGOING PROB IN CLOSE RELATIONSHIP Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30g. Ongoing problems in a close relationship .................................................................................. 2428 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 274 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 293 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 106 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17028 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB530H Q30H. HELP ONE SICK FAM MEMBER OR FRIEND Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q30h. Helping at least one sick, limited, or frail family member or friend on a regular basis .................................................................................. 1936 1. NO, DIDNíT HAPPEN 716 2. YES, BUT NOT UPSETTING 313 3. YES, SOMEWHAT UPSETTING 154 4. YES, VERY UPSETTING 17010 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JLB531I Q31. WHO ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Q31. Were the questions in this booklet answered by the person whose initials are written on the front cover, or did someone else provide their own answers? (Check one.) .................................................................................. 3115 1. THE QUESTIONS WERE ANSWERED BY THE PERSON WHOSE INITIALS ARE WRITTEN ON THE FRONT COVER. 68 2. SOMEONE ELSE PROVIDED THEIR OWN ANSWERS. 16946 Blank. INAP (Inapplicable)
JVDATE 2004 DATA MODEL VERSION Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 User Note: This variable identifies which data model was used to interview the household. Please reference the data description for a summary of changes in each data model. .................................................................................. 28 1. Version 1 806 2. Version 2 1412 3. Version 3 2471 4. Version 4 2974 5. Version 5 1616 6. Version 6 3270 7. Version 7 7137 8. Version 8 415 9. Version 9
JVERSION 2004 DATA RELEASE VERSION Section: LB Level: Respondent Type: Numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 .................................................................................. 20129 1. First Final Release
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