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Section P: EXPECTATIONS  (Respondent)

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HHID                          HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 6   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         20554           000003-959738.  Household Identification Number


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PN                            RESPONDENT PERSON IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 3   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         11338         010.  Person Identifier
           693         011.  Person Identifier
            32         012.  Person Identifier
             1         013.  Person Identifier
          6649         020.  Person Identifier
           204         021.  Person Identifier
            12         022.  Person Identifier
             1         023.  Person Identifier
           593         030.  Person Identifier
            47         031.  Person Identifier
             7         032.  Person Identifier
             2         033.  Person Identifier
           910         040.  Person Identifier
            58         041.  Person Identifier
             6         042.  Person Identifier
             1         043.  Person Identifier


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NSUBHH                        2012 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         18994           0.  Original sample household - no split from divorce or
                             separation of spouses or partners
           779           1.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
           610           2.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
            58           5.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
             9           6.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
           103           7.  Reunited household - respondents from split household
                             reunite
             1           8.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2


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MSUBHH                        2010 SUB HOUSEHOLD IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         19286           0.  Original sample household - no split from divorce or
                             separation of spouses or partners
           629           1.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
           490           2.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 0 and new
                             spouse or partner, if any
            49           5.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
             7           6.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2
            92           7.  Reunited household - respondents from split household
                             reunite
             1           8.  Split household - one half of couple from SUBHH 1 or 2


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NPN_SP                        2012 SPOUSE/PARTNER PERSON NUMBER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 3   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
          5797         010.  Person Identifier
           549         011.  Person Identifier
            24         012.  Person Identifier
          5310         020.  Person Identifier
           175         021.  Person Identifier
             7         022.  Person Identifier
             1         023.  Person Identifier
           409         030.  Person Identifier
            33         031.  Person Identifier
             5         032.  Person Identifier
             2         033.  Person Identifier
           655         040.  Person Identifier
            47         041.  Person Identifier
             5         042.  Person Identifier
             1         043.  Person Identifier
            38         811.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             3         812.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             8         821.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             1         822.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             2         831.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             4         841.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
             1         842.  Spouse of Non-Original Respondent
          7477       Blank.  Single Respondent Household


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NCSR                          2012 WHETHER COVERSHEET RESPONDENT
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         14314           1.  Yes
            18           3.  2nd Coverscreen  R, answers not retained
          6222           5.  No


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NFAMR                         2012 WHETHER FAMILY RESPONDENT
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         14147           1.  Family R
            14           3.  2nd Family R, answers not retained
          6393           5.  Non-Family R


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NFINR                         2012 WHETHER FINANCIAL RESPONDENT
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         14191           1.  Financial R
            16           3.  2nd Financial R, answers not retained
          6347           5.  Non-Financial R


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         ASSIGN: P155_ := 0:IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP155                         NUMBER OF PERCENT RANGE QUESTIONS ASKED
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.P155_

         *

         User Note: This variable tracks the number of 0-100 scale questions asked.

         .................................................................................
         19408                    0-20.  Actual Value
          1146                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: P156_ := 0:IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP156                         NUMBER OF PERCENT RANGE QUESTIONS ANSWERED DK OR RF
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.P156_

         *

         User Note: This variable tracks the number of 0-100 scale questions with DK or
         RF answers.

         .................................................................................
         19408                    0-11.  Actual Value
          1146                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP002                         P002 - EXPECTATIONS INTRO
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P002_

         Next we would like to ask your opinion about how likely you think various events
         might be. When I ask a question I'd like for you to give me a number from 0 to
         100, where '0' means that you think there is absolutely no chance, and '100'
         means that you think the event is absolutely sure to happen.
         
         For example, no one can ever be sure about tomorrow's weather, but if you think
         that rain is very unlikely tomorrow, you might say that there is a 10 percent
         chance of rain. If you think there is a very good chance that it will rain
         tomorrow, you might say that there is an 80 percent chance of rain.

         .................................................................................
         19340           1.  CONTINUE
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            16           9.  RF (Refused)
          1194       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P002_ 

         IF (piRTab1X007AFinFam IN [FINANCIALR, FINANCIAL_FAMILYR]) AND 
         ((((piSecHMainResidenceH004_OwnRent = OWN_ORBUYING) OR 
         (piSecHMainResidenceH008_OwnFarm IN [OWNSALL, OWNSPART])) OR 
         (piSecHMainResidenceH011_OwnFarmLand = YES)) OR 
         (piSecHMainResidenceH014_OwnMobile IN [OWNSBTHHOMEANDSITE, OWNSONLYHOME])) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP166                         CHANCE HOME VALUE UP NEXT YEAR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.HomeValue.P166_

         We are interested in how the value of your home will change in the future.
         
         On the same scale from 0 to 100, what do you think is the percent chance that by
         next year at this time your home will be worth [more/less] than it is today?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         User Note:  See the Section P questionnaire on the HRS website for fill
         information.

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           9114        0         100         36.09         29.10   11107
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           286         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            47         999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF P166_ = 0 THEN 
         P170_ := FALLEN 
         ELSEIF P166_ = 100 THEN 
         P170_ := GAINED 
         ELSEIF piRTab1X523_Random_1To8_New08_SecP IN [fallen40 .. fallen10] THEN 
         P170_ := FALLEN 
         ELSE 
         P170_ := GAINED 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP170                         IN SECTION REFERENCE
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.HomeValue.P170_

         AN IN-SECTION REFERENCE AS TO WHICH FILLS WERE USED AT VARIABLE P168.

         .................................................................................
          5331           1.  FALLEN
          4130           2.  GAINED
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         11093       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.HomeValue.P166_ 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP168                         HOME VALUE UP/DOWN X PERCENT  NEXT YEAR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.HomeValue.P168_

         By this time next year, what is the percent chance that the value of your home
         will have [fallen/gained] in value by more than [10/20/30/40] percent compared
         to what it is worth today?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         User Note:  See the Section P questionnaire on the HRS website for fill
         information.

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           9032        0         100         23.09         25.40   11107
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           361         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            54         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P002_ 


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NP005                         WILL R LEAVE INHERITANCE - 10K
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_

         Think about an inheritance you [and your] [husband/wife/partner] might leave [,
         but not including any inheritance you might leave to each other].
         
         Including property and other valuables that you might own, what are the chances
         that you [[and your] [husband/wife/partner]] will leave an inheritance totaling
         $10,000 or more?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          18602        0         100         62.76         39.79    1195
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           475         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
           282         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ <> 0) AND SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ <> 
         NONRESPONSE) AND SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ <> EMPTY THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP006                         WILL R LEAVE INHERITANCE - 100K
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P006_

         And what are the chances that you [and your] [husband/wife/partner] will leave
         an inheritance totaling $100,000 or more?
         
         IWER: Include properties and other valuable items as well as money here
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          15140        0         100         50.05         40.71    5234
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           123         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            57         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P006_ 

         IF (SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P006_ > 0) AND SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P006_ <> NONRESPONSE 
         THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP059                         CHANCE R/SP LEAVE INHERIT OF 500K/MORE
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P059_

         And what are the chances that you [and your] [husband/wife/partner] will leave
         an inheritance totaling $500,000 or more?
         
         IWER: Include properties and other valuable items as well as money here
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          11615        0         100         26.38         34.41    8831
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            59         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            49         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P006_ 

         IF (SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ = 0) AND SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P005_ <> NONRESPONSE 
         THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP007                         WILL R LEAVE ANY INHERITANCE
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS0.P007_

         And what are the chances that you [and your] [husband/wife/partner] will leave
         any inheritance?
         
         IWER: Include properties and other valuable items as well as money here
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           3230        0         100         12.91         28.42   17272
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            50         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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NP009                         R CAN DO PROBABILITY SCALES
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales

         *

         User Note: Any R who refuses or does not know how to answer the first three
         0-100 questions of section P, will not be asked any further questions in this
         section. The actual sequence of questions varies and depends on specific skips.

         .................................................................................
           277           0.  NO
         19082           1.  YES
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
          1195       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF (pisecJWORKSTATUSJ020_WorkforPay = YES) AND (piSecJWorkstatusJ021_EmpSelfOth 
         <> SLFEMPD) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP014                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL LOSE JOB
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P014_

         Sometimes people are permanently laid off from jobs that they want to keep.
         
         On the same scale from 0 to 100 (where 0 means absolutely no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain), what are the chances that you will lose your job
         during the next year?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           5987        0         100         20.50         25.99   14461
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            93         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            13         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P014_ 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP015                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL FIND ANOTHER JOB
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P015_

         Suppose you were to lose your job this month.
         
         What do you think are the chances that you could find an equally good job in the
         same line of work within the next few months?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           6006        0         100         40.28         33.62   14461
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            73         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            14         999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF pisecJWORKSTATUSJ020_WorkforPay <> YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP016                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL WORK FOR PAY
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_

         (On this same 0 to 100 scale), what are the chances that you will be working for
         pay at some time in the future?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          11346        0         100         12.71         25.88    9016
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           147         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            45         999.  RF (Refused)


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         ASSIGN: P017_ :=  EMPTY:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ 
         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 
         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 
         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> 0) OR 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ = EMPTY) THEN 
         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 62 THEN 
         IF ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ > 0) AND SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> EMPTY) OR 
         (pisecJWORKSTATUSJ020_WorkforPay = YES) THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP017                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL WORK AFTER AGE 62
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_

         [Thinking about work in general and not just your present job, what/What] do you
         think the chances are that you will be working full-time after you reach age 62?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain
         
         996 Already age 62

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           6579        0         100         48.84         35.89   13904
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3         996.  ALREADY AGE 62
            61         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7         999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> 0) OR 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ = EMPTY) THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 62 THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ = 50 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP123                         WORK FT AFTER 62_EQUALLY LIKELY
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P123_

         Do you think it is about equally likely as it is unlikely or are you just
         unsure?

         .................................................................................
           377           1.  EQUALLY LIKELY
           595           2.  UNSURE
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19578       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> 0) OR 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ = EMPTY) THEN 

         IF (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ = EMPTY OR (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ <> EMPTY AND 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ <> 0))) AND (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 65) 
         THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP018                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL WORK AFTER AGE 65
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P018_

         [Thinking about work in general and not just your present job, what do you think
         the chances are that you will be working full-time after you reach age 65?/And
         what about the chances that you will be working full-time after you reach age
         65?]
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain
         
         996 Already age 65

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           6778        0         100         38.91         33.58   13727
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2         996.  ALREADY AGE 65
            45         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> 0) OR 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ = EMPTY) THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 70 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP181                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL DO ANY WORK AFTER AGE 70
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P181_

         What are the chances that you will be doing any work for pay after you reach age
         70?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           9052        0         100         23.73         28.98   11393
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4                 199-890.  Out of Range
            94                     998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11                     999.  RF (Refused)


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ <> 0) OR 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P016_ = EMPTY) THEN 

         IF (((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ > 0) OR SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P017_ = EMPTY) AND 
         ((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P018_ > 0) OR SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P018_ = EMPTY)) AND 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P181_ > 0) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP182                         LIKELIHOOD R WILL WORK AFTER AGE 70
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P182_

         [Thinking about work in general and not just your present job, what/What] do you
         think the chances are that you will be working full-time after you reach age 70?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           5487        0         100         21.69         26.13   15049
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3                 111-880.  Out of Range
            15                     998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                   999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF (piSecJEDEXPANDLOOKINGFORJOBJ505_LookingForWork = YES) OR 
         (piSecJFINDINGAJOBJ517_DoingFindWrk = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP020                         CHANCE R WILL FIND DESIRED JOB IN FEW MO
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P020_

         You told us earlier that you were looking for a new job.
         
         On this 0 to 100 scale, what are the chances that you will find a job like the
         one you're looking for within the next few months?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1679        0         100         47.52         30.95   18856
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            15         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 65 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP028                         CHANCE R WILL LIVE TO BE AGE 75 OR MORE
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P028_

         What is the percent chance that you will live to be 75 or more?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           9151        0         100         60.44         30.40   11072
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           294         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            37         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P028_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P028_ = 50 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP102                         UNCERTAINTY LIVE TO 75
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P102_

         Do you think it is about equally likely as it is unlikely or are you just
         unsure?

         .................................................................................
           749           1.  EQUALLY LIKELY
          1327           2.  UNSURE
            15           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18462       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 90) 
         THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP029                         CHANCE R WILL LIVE TO 80/85/90/95/100
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P029_

         What is the percent chance that you will live to be [85/80/90/95/100] or more?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         User Note: Fill values are assigned as follows:
         
         80 (IF AGE IS 65-69)
         85 (IF AGE IS 70-74)
         90 (IF AGE IS 75-79)
         95 (IF AGE IS 80-84)
         100 (IF AGE IS 85-89)

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          17916        0         100         45.23         32.19    1801
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           733         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
           104         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P029_ 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 64) 
         THEN 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P029_ = 50 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP157                         LIVE TO 80/85/90/95/100-EQUALLY LIKELY
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P157_

         Do you think it is about equally likely as it is unlikely or are you just
         unsure?

         .................................................................................
           700           1.  EQUALLY LIKELY
          1455           2.  UNSURE
            22           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         18374       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P029_ 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) AND (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 64) 
         THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 64 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP107                         CHANCE MENTALLY OK AT AGE-FILL
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P107_

         Assuming that you are still living at [80/85/90/95/100] what are the chances
         that you will be free of serious problems in thinking, reasoning or remembering
         things that would interfere with your ability to manage your own affairs?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         User Note: Fill values are assigned as follows:
         
         80 (IF AGE IS 65-69)
         85 (IF AGE IS 70-74)
         90 (IF AGE IS 75-79)
         95 (IF AGE IS 80-84)
         100 (IF AGE IS 85-89)

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           8692        0         100         43.76         29.91   11307
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           503         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            52         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP175                         PERCENT CHANCE R WILL PAY $1,500 MED EXP
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P175_

         Please think about what you might spend out-of-pocket for your own medical
         expenses over the next year, including expenses such as doctor and dentist
         expenses, hospitals, nursing homes, prescription drugs and any others. Please
         include expenses that you would pay yourself (or a family member for you), but
         do not include what is covered by insurance.
         
         On a scale from 0 to 100 (where 0 means absolutely no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain), what are the chances that you will spend more than $1,500
         during the coming year?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          18468        0         100         42.83         36.42    1467
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           525         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            94         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P175_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P175_ <> NONRESPONSE THEN 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P175_ = 0 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP176                         PERCENT CHANCE R WILL PAY $500 MED EXP
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P176_

         (On this same, 0 to 100 scale,) what are the chances that you will spend more
         than $500 during the coming year?  
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)   
         
         00 Absolutely no chance 
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           3558        0         100         24.67         35.36   16946
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            50         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF P175_ <> NONRESPONSE THEN 

         IF P175_ <> 0 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP177                         PERCENT CHANCE R WILL PAY $3,000 MED EXP
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P177_

         (On this same, 0 to 100 scale,) what are the chances that you will spend more
         than $3,000 during the coming year?  
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)   
         
         00 Absolutely no chance 
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          14696        0         100         31.82         31.09    5694
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           151         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            13         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P177_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P177_ > 0 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP178                         PERCENT CHANCE R WILL PAY $8,000 MED EXP
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P178_

         (On this same, 0 to 100 scale,) what are the chances that you will spend more
         than $8,000 during the coming year?  
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)   
         
         00 Absolutely no chance 
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          12197        0         100         18.90         23.92    8249
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            99         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_Rage > 64) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) 
         THEN 

         IF piSecARelationsA028_RInNHome <> YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP032                         PERCENT CHANCE R WILL MOVE TO NH IN 5YR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P032_

         [What is the percent chance that you will ever have to move to a nursing
         home?/What is the percent chance that you will move to a nursing home in the
         next five years?]
         
         DEF: (Nursing Homes are institutions primarily for people who need constant
         nursing supervision or are incapable of living independently. Nursing
         supervision must be provided on a continuous basis for the institution to
         qualify as a nursing home. Please don't include stays in adult foster care
         facilities or other short-term stays in a hospital.)
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         User Note: If R's age is less than 65 (A019 < 65), then the first fill is used.
         Otherwise, the second fill is used.

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           9418        0         100         17.05         23.50   10684
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           370         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            82         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP110                         CHANCE SOC SEC LESS GENEROUS 10 YRS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_

         Thinking of the Social Security program in general and not just your own Social
         Security benefits:
         
         On a scale from 0 to 100, (where 0 means no chance and 100 means absolutely
         certain,) what is the percent chance that Congress will change Social Security
         sometime in the next 10 years, so that it becomes less generous than now?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          18252        0         100         64.10         29.69    1473
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           745         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            84         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ = 50 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP179                         EPISTIMIC UNCERTAINTY CONGRESS CHANGE
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P179_

         Do you think it is about equally likely as it is unlikely or are you just
         unsure?

         .................................................................................
          1470           1.  EQUALLY LIKELY
          2494           2.  UNSURE
            26           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         16561       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ 

         IF (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ <> 0) OR SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ = NONRESPONSE 
         THEN 

         IF piSecJSocialSecurityJ478_ = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP111                         CHANCE YOUR SOC SEC BENEFIT LESS 10 YRS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P111_

         We just asked you about changes to Social Security in general. Now we would like
         to know whether you think these Social Security changes might affect your own
         benefits.
         
         On a scale from 0 to 100, (where 0 means no chance and 100 means absolutely
         certain,) what do you think is the percent chance that the benefits you yourself
         are receiving from Social Security will be cut some time over the next 10 years?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          10083        0         100         50.22         31.41   10005
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           414         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            52         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P111_ 

         IF piSecJSocialSecurityJ479_ = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP112                         CHANCE YOUR FUTURE SOCSEC BENEFITS LESS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P112_

         We just asked you about changes to Social Security in general. Now we would like
         to know whether you think these Social Security changes might affect your own
         benefits.
         
         On a scale from 0 to 100, what do you think is the percent chance that over the
         next 10 years there will be changes to Social Security that will reduce your
         future benefits compared to what you would get under the current system?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           5950        0         100         65.24         27.86   14434
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           156         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            14         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P110_ 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP183                         CHANCE YOUR FUTURE SOCSEC BENEFITS LESS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.P183_

         What is the percent chance that Congress will change the Medicare program
         sometime in the next 10 years, so that it becomes less generous than now?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          18322        0         100         64.03         29.67    1473
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           677         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            82         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP047                         CHANCE MUTUAL FUNDS WORTH MORE NXT YR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_

         We are interested in how well you think the economy will do in the future.
         
         By next year at this time, what is the percent chance that mutual fund shares
         invested in blue chip stocks like those in the Dow Jones Industrial Average will
         be worth more than they are today?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          16815        0         100         45.01         25.53    1473
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
          2101         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
           165         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ = 50 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP113                         EPISTEMIC UNCERTAINTY STOCKS UP OR DOWN
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P113_

         Do you think it is about equally likely as it is unlikely or are you just
         unsure?

         .................................................................................
          1882           1.  EQUALLY LIKELY
          3264           2.  UNSURE
            22           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         15380       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


==========================================================================================


         ASSIGN: P149_ := EPISTEMIC:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 
         IF (((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ = DONTKNOW) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ = REFUSAL)) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P113_ = UNSURE)) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P113_ = DONTKNOW) THEN 
         ASSIGN: P149_ := NONEPISTEMIC:{PREVIOUS ASK} 
         SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 
         IF NOT((((SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ = DONTKNOW) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ = REFUSAL)) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P113_ = UNSURE)) OR 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P113_ = DONTKNOW)) THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP149                         IF EPISTEMIC ANSWERS (GENERATED)
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P149_

         User Note: IF R ANSWERED DK or RF AT P047 (P047 = DK or RF) or ANSWERED UNSURE
         or DK AT P113
         (P113 = 2 or DK), THEN CODE 1 EPISTEMIC RESPONSE IS ASSIGNED TO P149

         .................................................................................
          5552           1.  EPISTEMIC RESPONSE
         13530           2.  NON-EPISTEMIC RESPONSE
          1472       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P149_ = NONEPISTEMIC THEN 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ <> 0 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP150                         MARKET UP/DOWN BY X PERCENT  NEXT YEAR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P150_

         By next year at this time, what is the percent chance that mutual fund shares
         invested in bluechip stocks (like those in the Dow Jones Industrial Average)
         will have gained in value by more than 20 percent compared to what they are
         worth today?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          12058        0         100         32.53         24.47    8136
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           342         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18         999.  RF (Refused)


==========================================================================================


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P149_ = NONEPISTEMIC THEN 

         IF (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P150_ <> NONRESPONSE AND 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P150_ <> 100)) AND 
         (SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ <> 100) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NP180                         CHANCE MARKET DOWN 20 PERCENT  NEXT YEAR
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P180_

         By next year at this time, what is the percent chance that mutual fund shares
         invested in blue-chip stocks (like those in the Dow Jones Industrial Average)
         will have fallen in value by more than 20 percent compared to what they are
         worth today?
         
         (00---10---20---30---40---50---60---70---80---90---100)
         
         00 Absolutely no chance
         100 Absolutely certain

         .................................................................................

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
          12251        0         100         34.29         24.82    8048
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
           237         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P047_ 


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NP097                         HOW CLOSELY FOLLOW STOCK MARKET
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P097_

         How closely do you follow the stock market: very closely, somewhat, or not at
         all?

         .................................................................................
          1452           1.  VERY CLOSELY
          7953           2.  SOMEWHAT CLOSELY
          9597           3.  NOT AT ALL
            61           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            18           9.  RF (Refused)
          1473       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 65 THEN 


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NP041                         FAM FINANCIAL TIMELINE - SAVE/SPEND/PLAN
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P041_

         In deciding how much of their [family] income to spend or save, people are
         likely to think about different financial planning periods.
         
         IWER:  Read slowly
         
         In planning your (family's) saving and spending, which of the following time
         periods is most important to you [and your] [husband/wife/partner], the next few
         months, the next year, the next few years, the next 5-10 years, or longer than
         10 years?

         .................................................................................
          1730           1.  THE NEXT FEW MONTHS
          1134           2.  THE NEXT YEAR
          2276           3.  THE NEXT FEW YEARS
          2719           4.  THE NEXT 5-10 YEARS
          1400           5.  LONGER THAN 10 YEARS
           157           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            33           9.  RF (Refused)
         11105       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 

         IF piInitA101_TotalKids > 0 THEN 


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NP042                         COMPARE PROJECTED CHILD HH EARNINGS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P042_

         When your children get to be your age, do you think their standard of living
         will be higher, lower, or the same as yours is now?

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          9333           1.  HIGHER
          4104           2.  LOWER
          3734           3.  SAME
           433           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            46           9.  RF (Refused)
          2904       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P042_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P042_ = HIGHER THEN 


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NP043                         COMPARE CHILD EARNINGS - HIGHER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P043_

         Would you say much higher?

         .................................................................................
          6788           1.  YES
          2430           5.  NO
           110           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         11221       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P043_ 

         IF SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P042_ = LOWER THEN 


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NP044                         COMPARE CHILD EARNINGS - LOWER
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P044_

         Would you say much lower?

         .................................................................................
          2067           1.  YES
          1927           5.  NO
           107           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         16450       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 

         IF (SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES) OR (piRVarsZ076_ReIwR_V <> REIWR) THEN 

         IF SecP.P009_CanDoProbScales = YES THEN 


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NP185                         TEN YRS FROM NOW STANDARD LIVING RATING
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.EXPECTATIONS1.MutualFunds.P185_

         10 years from now, do you think your own standard of living will be higher,
         lower or the same as now?

         .................................................................................
          5010           1.  HIGHER
          5094           2.  LOWER
          8623           3.  SAME
           308           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            46           9.  RF (Refused)
          1473       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 


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NP056                         P056 - ASSIST SECTION P - EXPECTATIONS
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecP.P056_AssistP

         IWER: How often did R receive assistance with answers in section P -
         expectations?

         .................................................................................
         18610           1.  NEVER
           457           2.  A FEW TIMES
           222           3.  MOST OR ALL OF THE TIME
            68           4.  THE SECTION WAS DONE BY A PROXY REPORTER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
          1196       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NVDATE                        2012 DATA MODEL VERSION
         Section: P     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.

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          2286           1.  Version 1
          1676           2.  Version 2
          6890           3.  Version 3
          9702           4.  Version 4


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NVERSION                      2012 DATA RELEASE VERSION
         Section: P     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

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         20554           1.  HRS 2012 Final Release