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Section V: MODULES  (Respondent)

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

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


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PN                            RESPONDENT PERSON IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
         Section: V     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: V     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: V     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: V     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: V     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: V     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: V     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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         IF (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF) AND 
         (((((((((((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE2)) 
         OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE3)) OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE4)) OR 
         (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE5)) OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE6)) OR 
         (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE8)) OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE9)) OR 
         (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE10)) OR (piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE11)) OR 
         ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE7) AND (piSecARelationsA028_RInNHome <> YES))) 
         THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV000                         V000_MODULE INTRO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.V000_ModuleIntro

         Although we have finished the interview, we would like to ask you a few new
         questions. Some questions may be similar to questions we have already asked you,
         but the researchers are interested in how people respond when the questions are
         changed just a little. 
         
         IWER: If R refused before starting a module, ENTER 9. If R started to do a
         module and then changed his/her mind, ENTER 99

         .................................................................................
         17297           1.  R IS WILLING
          1839           9.  R REFUSED AT MODULE INTRO
           198          99.  R REFUSED AFTER STARTING A MODULE
          1220       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) 

         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV001                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $215 A1_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1

         Please think about the following type of investment.
         
         Suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $215 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           253           1.  YES
           608           5.  NO
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19681       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X506_6Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV002                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $207 A2.1_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21

         Now instead, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you
         $100. If you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would
         receive either $207 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           202           1.  YES
            49           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20296       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV004                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $203 A3.1_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V004_InvestA31

         Now suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $203 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           185           1.  YES
            17           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20352       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 

         IF NOT ((V002_InvestA21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V002_InvestA21 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV005                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $210 A3.2_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V005_InvestA32

         Now suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $210 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  YES
            43           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20498       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V001_InvestA1 

         IF NOT ((V001_InvestA1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X506_6Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V001_InvestA1 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV003                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $230 A2.2_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22

         Now instead, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you
         $100. If you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would
         receive either $230 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            36           1.  YES
           572           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19939       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV006                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $220 A3.3_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V006_InvestA33

         Now suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $220 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            19           1.  YES
            17           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20513       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V003_InvestA22 

         IF NOT ((V003_InvestA22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V003_InvestA22 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV007                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $400 A3.4_1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V007_InvestA34

         Now suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $400 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            68           1.  YES
           502           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19980       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV008                         EPIDEMIC 600 VS NONE SAVED A4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V008_EpidemicA4

         Imagine that the United States is preparing for the outbreak of an epidemic
         expected to kill 600 people. Two alternative programs to combat the disease have
         been proposed. Scientists estimate that the outcome of each program is as
         follows:
         
         If Program A is adopted, 300 people will be saved.
         If Program B is adopted, there is a 50-50 chance that either 600 people will be
         saved or none will be saved.
         
         Which program would you favor: Program A or Program B? 
         
         IWER: If R is unable to choose or says don't know, probe as follows: "Suppose
         you had to choose between one program or the other. Which would you choose?"

         .................................................................................
           517           1.  PROGRAM A
           319           2.  PROGRAM B
            20           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            17           9.  RF (Refused)
         19681       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V011_BP := NO: 
         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 
         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 
         ASSIGN: V011_BP := YES: 
         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 
         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) OR (V1 IN puTEST_V)) OR (ALL IN puTEST_V) THEN 
         IF ((((((SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 = 
         REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V004_InvestA31 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V008_EpidemicA4 = REFUSAL)) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = 
         REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V002_InvestA21 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V005_InvestA32 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V008_EpidemicA4 = 
         REFUSAL))) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = REFUSAL) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V006_InvestA33 = REFUSAL)) 
         AND (SecV.MOD1.V008_EpidemicA4 = REFUSAL))) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V001_InvestA1 = 
         REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V003_InvestA22 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V007_InvestA34 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V008_EpidemicA4 = 
         REFUSAL)) THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV010                         V011 BRANCH POINT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V011_BP

         V011_Branch Point

         User Note:  See the Experimental Modules 1 questionnaire on the HRS website for
         an explanation of the branch point.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  YES
          1543           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19010       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD1.V011_BP = NO THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV011                         RECEIVE $115 PAY $100 B1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1

         [Now I would like you to consider a different type of investment./Please think
         about the following type of investment.]
         
         Suppose that a relative offers you an investment opportunity for which there is
         a 50-50 chance you would receive $115 or have to pay $100. Would you agree to
         this investment?

         .................................................................................
           188           1.  YES
          1514           5.  NO
            27           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         18820       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X508_8Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV012                         RECEIVE $107 PAY $100 B2.1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21

         Now instead, suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment
         opportunity for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $107 or have to
         pay $100. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           119           1.  YES
            72           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20354       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X509_9Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV014                         RECEIVE $103 PAY $100 B3.1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V014_InvestB31

         Now suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment opportunity
         for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $103 or have to pay $100.
         Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            95           1.  YES
            22           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20433       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V012_InvestB21 

         IF NOT ((V012_InvestB21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X509_9Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V012_InvestB21 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV015                         RECEIVE $110 PAY $100 B3.2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V015_InvestB32

         Now suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment opportunity
         for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $110 or have to pay $100.
         Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
             5           1.  YES
            66           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20475       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V011_InvestB1 

         IF NOT ((V011_InvestB1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X508_8Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V011_InvestB1 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV013                         RECEIVE $130 PAY $100 B2.2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22

         Now instead, suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment
         opportunity for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $130 or have to
         pay $100. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            45           1.  YES
          1469           5.  NO
            17           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         19020       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X509_9Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV016                         RECEIVE $120 PAY $100 B3.3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V016_InvestB33

         Now suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment opportunity
         for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $120 or have to pay $100.
         Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            24           1.  YES
            24           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20498       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V013_InvestB22 

         IF NOT ((V013_InvestB22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X509_9Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V013_InvestB22 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV017                         RECEIVE $300 PAY $100 B3.4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V017_InvestB34

         Now suppose that the same relative offers you a different investment opportunity
         for which there is a 50-50 chance you would receive $300 or have to pay $100.
         Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           323           1.  YES
          1139           5.  NO
            16           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19076       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV018                         EPIDEMIC NONE VS 600 DIE B4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V018_EpidemicB4

         Imagine that the United States is preparing for the outbreak of an epidemic
         expected to kill 600 people. Two alternative programs to combat the disease have
         been proposed. Scientists estimate that the outcome of each program is as
         follows:
         
         If Program A is adopted 300 people will die.
         If Program B is adopted, there is a 50-50 chance that either none will die or
         600 people will die.
         
         Which program would you favor: Program A or Program B? 
         
         IWER: If R is unable to choose or says don't know, probe as follows: "Suppose
         you had to choose between one program or the other. Which would you choose?

         .................................................................................
           690           1.  PROGRAM A
           936           2.  PROGRAM B
            57           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            51           9.  RF (Refused)
         18820       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V021_BP := NO: 
         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) 
         AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF)) THEN 
         ASSIGN: V021_BP := YES: 
         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 
         IF (((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) OR (V1 IN puTEST_V)) OR (ALL IN puTEST_V) THEN 
         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 <> RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 
         IF ((((((SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21 = 
         REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V014_InvestB31 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V018_EpidemicB4 = REFUSAL)) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = 
         REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V012_InvestB21 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V015_InvestB32 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V018_EpidemicB4 = 
         REFUSAL))) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = REFUSAL) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V016_InvestB33 = REFUSAL)) 
         AND (SecV.MOD1.V018_EpidemicB4 = REFUSAL))) OR ((((SecV.MOD1.V011_InvestB1 = 
         REFUSAL) AND (SecV.MOD1.V013_InvestB22 = REFUSAL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD1.V017_InvestB34 = REFUSAL)) AND (SecV.MOD1.V018_EpidemicB4 = 
         REFUSAL)) THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV020                         V021 BRANCH POINT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V021_BP

         V021_Branch Point

         User Note:  See the Experimental Modules 1 questionnaire on the HRS website for
         an explanation of the branch point.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  YES
          1735           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18819       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 <> RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD1.V021_BP = NO THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV021                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $215 A1_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V021_InvestA1

         Now I would like you to consider a different type of investment.
         
         Suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If you
         agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive either
         $215 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           148           1.  YES
           702           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         19692       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V021_InvestA1 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V021_InvestA1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X506_6Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V021_InvestA1 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV022                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $207 A2.1_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V022_InvestA21

         Now instead, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you
         $100. If you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would
         receive either $207 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            99           1.  YES
            47           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         20399       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V022_InvestA21 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V022_InvestA21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V022_InvestA21 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV024                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $203 A3.1_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V024_InvestA31

         Now instead, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you
         $100. If you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would
         receive either $203 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            83           1.  YES
            14           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20454       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V022_InvestA21 

         IF NOT ((V022_InvestA21 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V022_InvestA21 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV025                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $210 A3.2_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V025_InvestA32

         Now, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If
         you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive
         either $210 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
            37           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V021_InvestA1 

         IF NOT ((V021_InvestA1 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X506_6Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V021_InvestA1 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV023                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $230 A2.2_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V023_InvestA22

         Now instead, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you
         $100. If you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would
         receive either $230 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            28           1.  YES
           672           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         19847       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD1.V023_InvestA22 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V023_InvestA22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (SecV.MOD1.V023_InvestA22 = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV026                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $220 A3.3_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V026_InvestA33

         Now, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If
         you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive
         either $220 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
            10           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         20523       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} V023_InvestA22 

         IF NOT ((V023_InvestA22 = NONRESPONSE AND (piRTab1X507_7Random1_2 = 
         RANDOMASSIGNMENT1)) OR (V023_InvestA22 = YES)) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV027                         INVEST $100 PAYOUT $400 A3.4_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V027_InvestA34

         Now, suppose that a relative offers you an investment that costs you $100. If
         you agree to this investment, there is a 50-50 chance that you would receive
         either $400 or nothing. Would you agree to this investment?

         .................................................................................
           113           1.  YES
           557           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19878       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE1) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 

         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 <> RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV028                         EPIDEMIC 600 VS NONE SAVED A4_2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V028_EpidemicA4

         Imagine that the United States is preparing for the outbreak of an epidemic
         expected to kill 600 people. Two alternative programs to combat the disease have
         been proposed. Scientists estimate that the outcome of each program is as
         follows: 
         
         If Program A is adopted, 300 people will be saved. 
         If Program B is adopted, there is a 50-50 chance that either 600 people will be
         saved or none will be saved. 
         
         Which program would you favor: Program A or Program B? 
         
         IWER: If R is unable to choose or says don't know, probe as follows: "Suppose
         you had to choose between one program or the other. Which would you choose?

         .................................................................................
           450           1.  PROGRAM A
           356           2.  PROGRAM B
            30           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            26           9.  RF (Refused)
         19692       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF (SecV.MOD1.V011_BP = NO) OR (SecV.MOD1.V021_BP = NO) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV030                         WERE QUESTIONS CLEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD1.V030_QuestionsClear

         How clear did you find the questions in this section to be? Would you say they
         were very clear, mostly clear, more or less clear, not very clear, or unclear?

         .................................................................................
           499           1.  VERY CLEAR
           623           2.  MOSTLY CLEAR
           354           3.  MORE OR LESS CLEAR
           160           4.  NOT VERY CLEAR
            82           5.  UNCLEAR
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         18819       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp := NotUSEOFAIDS:IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = 
         DOMODULES THEN 
         IF SecA.StartInterview.A009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 
         ASSIGN: V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp := REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS:IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = 
         DOMODULES THEN 
         IF SecA.StartInterview.A009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 
         IF ((((((((((((((((((SecG.ADL.G015_HelpDress = YES) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.G017_UseEqpmWalk = YES)) OR (SecG.ADL.G020_HelpWalk = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.G022_HelpBathe = YES)) OR (SecG.ADL.G024_HelpEat = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.G026_UseEqpmBed = YES)) OR (SecG.ADL.G029_HelpBed = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.G031_HelpToilet = YES)) OR (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[1].G035_ADLHlprOth = 
         YES)) OR (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[2].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[3].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[4].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[5].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[6].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR 
         (SecG.ADL.AskHelp[7].G035_ADLHlprOth = YES)) OR (SecG.IADL.G043_HelpMeals = 
         YES)) OR (SecG.IADL.G046_HelpShop = YES)) OR (SecG.IADL.G049_HelpPhone = YES)) 
         OR (SecG.IADL.G053_HelpMeds = YES) THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV050                         REPORTED USE OF AIDS OR HELP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp

         .................................................................................
          1475           0.  NOT REPORTED USE OF AIDS
           310           1.  REPORTED USE OF AIDS
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE2) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 

         IF SecA.StartInterview.A009_SelfPrxy = SLF THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV051                         ATTEND CONGREGATE MEAL PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V051_AttendCongMeal

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], have you attended a congregate or group meal program, such
         as a senior lunch program, at a senior center or other community organization?

         .................................................................................
           125           1.  YES
          1660           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V051_AttendCongMeal 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V051_AttendCongMeal = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV052                         FREQUENCY OF ATTENDING CONGREGATE MEAL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V052_FreqCongMeal

         How many days each week do you attend a congregate or group meal program?
         
         IWER: Enter exact number if answer is 1-7 days per week.
         
         {range 1 - 7 }
         96 Less than once per week
         97 Not currently attending

         .................................................................................
            57                     1-7.  Actual Value
            42                      96.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
            24                      97.  NOT CURRENTLY ATTENDING
             2                      98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                    99.  RF (Refused)
         20429                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V052_FreqCongMeal 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV053                         CONGREGATE MEAL PROGRAM PUBLICLY FUNDED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V053_PublicFundCongMeal

         Is the congregate or group meal program publicly funded (that is, free or
         subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            83           1.  YES
            34           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20429       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V051_AttendCongMeal 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV054                         RECEIVED HOME DELIVERED MEALS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V054_HomeDelMeals

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], has a senior center or other community organization
         arranged to have meals delivered to your home, such as Meals on Wheels?

         .................................................................................
            29           1.  YES
          1753           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V054_HomeDelMeals 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V054_HomeDelMeals = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV055                         FREQUENCY OF RECEIVING HOME DELIVERED ME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V055_FreqHomeDelMeals

         How many meals do you receive each week from a home-delivered meal service?
         
         IWER: Enter exact number if answer is 1-7 meals per week.
         
         {range 1 - 7 }
         95 More than 7 per week
         96 Less than one per week
         97 Not currently receiving any

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             21        1           7          4.95          1.83   20525
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          95.  MORE THAN 7 PER WEEK
             1          96.  LESS THAN ONE PER WEEK
             4          97.  NOT CURRENTLY RECEIVING ANY
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V055_FreqHomeDelMeals 


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NV056                         HOME DELIVERED MEAL PROGRAM PUBLICLY FUN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V056_PublicFundHomeMeals

         Is the home-delivered meal service publicly funded (that is, free or
         subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
             6           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20525       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V054_HomeDelMeals 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV057                         USED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V057_UsedTrans

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], have you used transportation services provided by a senior
         center or other community organization (such as a bus or other vehicle that
         picks seniors up and takes them places such as to the doctor, the senior center,
         or shopping)?

         .................................................................................
            55           1.  YES
          1730           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V057_UsedTrans 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V057_UsedTrans = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV058                         FREQUENCY OF USING TRANSPORTATION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V058_FreqUsedTrans

         How often do you use transportation services?
         
         IWER: If R says it varies from week to week, ask for an average frequency

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  5 OR MORE TIMES PER WEEK
            12           2.  2 TO 4 TIMES PER WEEK
             5           3.  ONCE PER WEEK
            16           4.  1 TO 3 TIMES PER MONTH
            12           5.  LESS THAN ONCE PER MONTH
             9           6.  NOT CURRENTLY RECEIVING SERVICES
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V058_FreqUsedTrans 


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NV059                         TRANSPORTATION PUBLICLY FUNDED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V059_PublicFundTrans

         Are the transportation services publicly funded (that is, free or subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            40           1.  YES
            11           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V057_UsedTrans 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV060                         RECEIVED CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V060_CaseMgmt

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], have you received case management services from a senior
         center or other community organization? (A case manager is someone who sets up
         in-home services, such as homemaker or personal care services for you, or calls
         to check on how you are doing, or how you like your services.)

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
          1766           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V060_CaseMgmt 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V060_CaseMgmt = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV061                         FREQUENCY OF CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V061_FreqCaseMgmt

         How long have you been receiving case management services?

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  6 MONTHS OR LESS
             2           2.  MORE THAN 6 MONTHS BUT LESS THAN 1 YEAR
             2           3.  AT LEAST 1 YEAR BUT LESS THAN 2 YEARS
             1           4.  2 TO 5 YEARS
             2           5.  MORE THAN 5 YEARS
             5           6.  NOT CURRENTLY RECEIVING SERVICES
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20536       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V061_FreqCaseMgmt 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV062                         CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICE PUBLICLY FUNDED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V062_PublicFundCase

         Are the case management services publicly funded (that is, free or subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            15           1.  YES
             2           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20536       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V060_CaseMgmt 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV063                         HOME SERVICES ARRANGED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V063_HomeServices

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], has a senior center or other community organization
         arranged for someone to come to your home to provide homemaker or housekeeping
         services, such as helping seniors with doing light housework, laundry, chores,
         preparing meals, shopping, etc.?

         .................................................................................
            32           1.  YES
          1753           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V063_HomeServices 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V063_HomeServices = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV064                         FREQUENCY OF RECEIVING HOMEMAKER SERVICE DAYS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V064_FreqHomeSvc

         How often does the homemaker help with housework?
         
         days per week {range 1 - 7}
         
         days per month {range 1-31}
         
         97 Not currently receiving homemaker services

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             27        1           7          3.44          2.26   20522
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          97.  NOT CURRENTLY RECEIVING HOMEMAKER SERVICES
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V064_FreqHomeSvc 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V064_FreqHomeSvc = EMPTY THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV065                         FREQUENCY OF RECEIVING HOMEMAKER SERVICE MONTHS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V065_FreqHomeSvc

         How often does the homemaker help with housework?
         
         days per week {range 1 - 7}
         
         days per month {range 1-31}
         
         97 Not currently receiving homemaker services

         .................................................................................
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V064_FreqHomeSvc 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV066                         HOMEMAKER SERVICE PUBLICLY FUNDED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V066_PublicFundHome

         Is the homemaker service publicly funded (that is, free or subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
            12           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20522       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V063_HomeServices 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV067                         PROVIDED UNPAID CARE TO RELATIVE OR FRIE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V067_ProvCare

         [Since [Prev Wave IW Month], [Prev Wave IW Year]/Since [Prev Wave IW Year]/In
         the last two years], have you provided unpaid care to a relative or a friend 18
         years or older to help them take care of themselves? Unpaid care may include
         help with personal needs or household chores. It might be managing a person`s
         finances, arranging for outside services, or visiting regularly to see how they
         are doing.

         .................................................................................
           392           1.  YES
          1393           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V067_ProvCare 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V067_ProvCare = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV068                         RECEIVED CAREGIVER SUPPORT SERVICES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V068_CGSupport

         Have you received caregiver support services, from a senior center or other
         community organization, to help you take care of this person? Caregiver support
         services include support groups for caregivers, caregiver education or training,
         family or individual counseling services to help with the stress of caregiving,
         and respite services which offer temporary, substitute caregiving for the care
         recipient

         .................................................................................
            27           1.  YES
           365           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20162       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V068_CGSupport 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V068_CGSupport = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV069                         CAREGIVER SUPPORT PUBLICLY FUNDED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V069_CGPublicFund

         Are the caregiver support services publicly funded (that is, free or
         subsidized)?

         .................................................................................
            20           1.  YES
             6           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20527       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V067_ProvCare 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV070                         BEEN OUTSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD BUT IN TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V070_InTown

         For these next questions, please think about the places you have been during the
         past four weeks.
         
         During the past four weeks, have you been to places outside of your immediate
         neighborhood, but within your town or community?

         .................................................................................
          1421           1.  YES
           363           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V070_InTown 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V070_InTown = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV071                         OUTSIDE IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHOOD BUT IN TO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V071_FreqInTown

         During the past four weeks, how often did you go to places outside of your
         immediate neighborhood, but within your town or community? Would you say less
         than once per week, 1-3 times per week, 4-6 times per week, or daily?

         .................................................................................
           200           1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
           592           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
           271           3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
           350           4.  DAILY
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V071_FreqInTown 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV072                         AIDS TO TRAVEL IN TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V072_AidsInTown

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
           115           1.  YES
            96           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20343       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V072_AidsInTown 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV073                         HELP TO TRAVEL IN TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V073_HelpInTown

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
           104           1.  YES
           107           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20343       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V071_FreqInTown 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV074                         BEEN OUTSIDE TOWN OR COMMUNITY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V074_OutsideTown

         During the past four weeks, have you been to places outside of your town or
         community?

         .................................................................................
          1108           1.  YES
           312           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V074_OutsideTown 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V074_OutsideTown = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV075                         FREQUENCY OF TRAVEL OUTSIDE TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V075_FreqOutsideTown

         (During the past four weeks,) how often did you go to places outside of your
         town or community? (Would you say less than once per week, 1-3 times per week,
         4-6 times per week, or daily?)

         .................................................................................
           346           1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
           501           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
           144           3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
           111           4.  DAILY
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19446       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V075_FreqOutsideTown 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV076                         AIDS TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V076_AidsOutsideTown

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            57           1.  YES
            68           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20429       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V076_AidsOutsideTown 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV077                         HELP TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE TOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V077_HelpOutsideTown

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            60           1.  YES
            65           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20429       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V075_FreqOutsideTown 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV078                         BEEN OUTSIDE COUNTY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty

         During the past four weeks, have you been to places outside of your county?

         .................................................................................
           877           1.  YES
           229           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19446       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty = YES) OR 
         (SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty = DONTKNOW) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV079                         FREQUENCY OF TRAVEL OUTSIDE COUNTY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V079_FreqOutsideCounty

         (During the past four weeks,) how often did you go to places outside of your
         county? (Would you say less than once per week, 1-3 times per week, 4-6 times
         per week, or daily?)

         .................................................................................
           346           1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
           373           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
            85           3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
            67           4.  DAILY
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19677       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V079_FreqOutsideCounty 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV080                         AIDS TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE COUNTY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V080_AidsOutsideCounty

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            35           1.  YES
            45           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20474       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V080_AidsOutsideCounty 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV081                         HELP TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE COUNTY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V081_HelpOutsideCounty

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            42           1.  YES
            38           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20474       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty 

         IF (SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty = YES) OR 
         (SecV.MOD2.V078_BeenOutsideCounty = DONTKNOW) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV082                         BEEN OUTSIDE STATE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V082_BeenOutsideState

         During the past four weeks, have you been to places outside the state?

         .................................................................................
           373           1.  YES
           505           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19676       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V082_BeenOutsideState 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V082_BeenOutsideState = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV083                         FREQUENCY OUTSIDE STATE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V083_FreqOutsideState

         During the past four weeks, how many times did you travel outside of the state?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            368        1          30          2.54          4.12   20181
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V083_FreqOutsideState 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV084                         AIDS TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE STATE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V084_AidsOutsideState

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
            13           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20531       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V084_AidsOutsideState 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV085                         HELP TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE STATE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V085_HelpOutsideState

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            13           1.  YES
            10           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20531       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V083_FreqOutsideState 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV086                         BEEN OUTSIDE REGION OF US
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V086_BeenOutsideRegion

         During the past four weeks, have you been to places outside this region of the
         United States?

         .................................................................................
           103           1.  YES
           270           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20181       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V086_BeenOutsideRegion 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V086_BeenOutsideRegion = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV087                         FREQUENCY OF TRAVEL OUTSIDE REGION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V087_FreqOutsideRegion

         During the past four weeks, how many times did you travel outside of this
         region?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            103        1           9          1.29          0.99   20451
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V087_FreqOutsideRegion 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV088                         AIDS TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE REGION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V088_AidsOutsideRegion

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
             4           1.  YES
             2           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20548       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V088_AidsOutsideRegion 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV089                         HELP TO TRAVEL OUTSIDE REGION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V089_HelpOutsideRegion

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
             3           1.  YES
             3           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20548       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         IF V070_InTown = NO THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV090                         BEEN TO PLACES IN TRAVEL IMMEDIATE NEIGH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V090_ImmNeighborhood

         During the past four weeks, have you been to places in your immediate
         neighborhood, but beyond your own property or apartment building?

         .................................................................................
           193           1.  YES
           170           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20190       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V090_ImmNeighborhood 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V090_ImmNeighborhood = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV091                         FREQUENCY OF TRAVEL TO PLACES IN IMMEDIA
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V091_FreqImmNeighborhood

         (During the past four weeks,) how often did you go to places in your immediate
         neighborhood, but beyond your own property or apartment building? (Would you say
         less than once per week, 1-3 times per week, 4-6 times per week, or daily?)

         .................................................................................
            32           1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
            78           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
            29           3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
            53           4.  DAILY
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20361       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V091_FreqImmNeighborhood 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV092                         AIDS FOR TRAVEL TO IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHOO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V092_AidsImmNeighborhood

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            29           1.  YES
            13           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20512       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V092_AidsImmNeighborhood 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV093                         HELP WITH TRAVEL TO IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V093_HelpImmNeighborhood

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
            24           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20512       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V090_ImmNeighborhood 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V090_ImmNeighborhood <> YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV094                         BEEN OUTSIDE HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V094_OutsideHome

         During the past four weeks, have you been to an area outside your home such as
         your porch, deck or patio, hallway of an apartment building, or your garage, own
         yard, or driveway?

         .................................................................................
           119           1.  YES
            52           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20383       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V094_OutsideHome 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V094_OutsideHome = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV095                         FREQUENCY OF GOING TO AREA OUTSIDE HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V095_FreqOutsideHome

         (During the past four weeks,) how often did you go to an area outside your home
         such as your porch, deck or patio, hallway, garage, yard, or driveway? (Would
         you say less than once per week, 1-3 times per week, 4-6 times per week, or
         daily?)

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
            24           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
            11           3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
            78           4.  DAILY
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20435       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V095_FreqOutsideHome 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


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NV096                         AIDS TO GET OUTSIDE HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V096_AidsOutsideHome

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
            16           1.  YES
            18           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20519       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V096_AidsOutsideHome 


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NV097                         HELP TO GET OUTSIDE HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V097_HelpOutsideHome

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
             7           1.  YES
            28           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20519       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF V094_OutsideHome = NO THEN 


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NV098                         BEEN TO OTHER ROOMS IN HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V098_OtherRooms

         During the past four weeks, have you been to other rooms of your home besides
         the room where you sleep?

         .................................................................................
            26           1.  YES
            24           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20502       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V098_OtherRooms 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V098_OtherRooms = YES THEN 


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NV099                         FREQUENCY OF GOING TO OTHER ROOMS IN HOM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V099_FreqOtherRooms

         (During the past four weeks,) how often did you go to other rooms of your home
         besides the room where you sleep? (Would you say less than once per week, 1-3
         times per week, 4-6 times per week, or daily?)

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LESS THAN ONCE PER WEEK
             1           2.  1-3 TIMES PER WEEK
                         3.  4-6 TIMES PER WEEK
            24           4.  DAILY
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20528       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V099_FreqOtherRooms 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V050_FlagSecGAidsHelp = REPORTEDUSEOFAIDS THEN 


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NV100                         AIDS TO GET TO OTHER ROOMS IN HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V100_AidsOtherRooms

         Did you use physical aids or equipment, such as a wheelchair, cane, or crutch,
         in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
             5           1.  YES
             6           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20543       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V100_AidsOtherRooms 


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NV101                         HELP TO GET TO OTHER ROOMS IN HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V101_HelpOtherRoom

         Did you need help from another person in order to get to these places?

         .................................................................................
             3           1.  YES
             8           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20543       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V070_InTown 


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NV102                         BEEN OUTSIDE US IN PAST YEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V102_BeenOutsideUS

         Please think about places you have been in the past year.
         
         During the past year, have you been to places outside of the United States?

         .................................................................................
           257           1.  YES
          1526           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18769       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD2.V102_BeenOutsideUS 

         IF SecV.MOD2.V102_BeenOutsideUS = YES THEN 


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NV103                         NUMBER OF TIMES BEEN OUTSIDE US IN PAST
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD2.V103_CountOutsideUS

         How many times have you travelled outside of the United States in the past year?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            256        1          80          2.16          5.87   20297
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE3) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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NV104                         USE EMAIL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V104_Email

         We would now like to ask you about your use of various kinds of technology in
         everyday life. We're mainly thinking about electronic technology and things like
         the Internet.
         
         First, I am going to ask about communication. I will read a list of technologies
         some people use. For each item, just say yes or no to indicate whether or not
         you use it.
         
         Do you use email?

         .................................................................................
           983           1.  YES
           757           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V104_Email 


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NV105                         USE SOCIAL NETWORKS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V105_SocNetwrk

         (Do you use) social networks such as Facebook or Twitter?

         .................................................................................
           493           1.  YES
          1245           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V105_SocNetwrk 


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NV106                         USE ONLINE VIDEO OR PHONE CALLS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V106_OnlineCalls

         (Do you use) online (or internet-based) video or phone calls, such as Skype?

         .................................................................................
           318           1.  YES
          1421           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V106_OnlineCalls 


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NV107                         USE ONLINE CHATTING OR INSTANT MESSAGING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V107_InstMessage

         (Do you use) online chatting and instant messaging? 
         
         IWER: Instant messaging is a form of real-time, direct, text-based chatting
         communication between two or more people using personal computers or other
         devices. It is not the same as email.

         .................................................................................
           304           1.  YES
          1435           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V107_InstMessage 


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NV108                         USE SMARTPHONE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone

         (Do you use) a smart phone, such as an iPhone or Blackberry? 
         
         IWER: A smartphone is a high-end mobile phone that combines the functions of a
         mobile phone and other features, such as web browsers. An Android is another
         example of a Smartphone.

         .................................................................................
           394           1.  YES
          1346           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone 

         IF ((((SecV.MOD3.V104_Email = YES) OR (SecV.MOD3.V105_SocNetwrk = YES)) OR 
         (SecV.MOD3.V106_OnlineCalls = YES)) OR (SecV.MOD3.V107_InstMessage = YES)) OR 
         (SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone = YES) THEN 


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NV109                         OVERALL COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SATISFACTION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V109_Satisfation

         Thinking about the technologies you use for communication, how satisfied are
         you? Overall, would you say very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, not very
         satisfied or not at all satisfied?

         .................................................................................
           546           1.  VERY SATISFIED
           459           2.  SOMEWHAT SATISFIED
            27           3.  NOT VERY SATISFIED
            10           4.  NOT SATISFIED AT ALL
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V109_Satisfation 


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NV110                         SAVE TIME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V110_SaveTime

         Do they save you time?

         .................................................................................
           896           1.  YES
           142           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V110_SaveTime 


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NV111                         FLEXIBILITY IN COMMUNICATING WITH OTHERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V111_Flexibility

         Do they give you more flexibility in how you communicate with other people?

         .................................................................................
           980           1.  YES
            63           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V111_Flexibility 


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NV112                         EASY TO USE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V112_EasyUse

         Were they easy to learn how to use?

         .................................................................................
           812           1.  YES
           231           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V112_EasyUse 


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NV113                         HOW DIFFICULT TO USE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V113_Difficulty

         Once you learned how to use them, how difficult have they been to use? Would you
         say very difficult, somewhat difficult, not very difficult, or not at all
         difficult?

         .................................................................................
            20           1.  VERY DIFFICULT
           221           2.  SOME WHAT DIFFICULT
           434           3.  NOT VERY DIFFICULT
           366           4.  NOT DIFFICULT AT ALL
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V113_Difficulty 


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NV114                         TECHNOLOGY ARE A NECESSITY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V114_Necessity

         Are these technologies now a necessity for you?

         .................................................................................
           674           1.  YES
           368           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19509       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone 

         IF ((((SecV.MOD3.V114_Necessity = EMPTY AND (SecV.MOD3.V104_Email <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD3.V105_SocNetwrk <> YES)) AND (SecV.MOD3.V106_OnlineCalls <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD3.V107_InstMessage <> YES)) AND (SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone <> YES) 
         THEN 


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NV115                         TRIED TO USE TECHNOLOGY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V115_UsedTechnology

         Have you ever tried to use any of these technologies to communicate with other
         people?

         .................................................................................
            86           1.  YES
           609           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V115_UsedTechnology 

         IF SecV.MOD3.V115_UsedTechnology <> YES THEN 


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NV116                         INTEREST IN TRYING COMM TECHNOLOGIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V116_TryTechnology

         Would you be interested in trying any of the communication technologies we have
         mentioned?

         .................................................................................
           146           1.  YES
           458           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19945       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V115_UsedTechnology 


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NV117                         TOO EXPENSIVE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V117_TooExpensive

         We are interested in why you do not use these technologies to communicate with
         other people. Is it too expensive?

         .................................................................................
           302           1.  YES
           373           5.  NO
            18           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V117_TooExpensive 


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NV118                         EASILY AVAILABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V118_EasilyAvail

         Is the technology easily available?

         .................................................................................
           492           1.  YES
           164           5.  NO
            38           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V118_EasilyAvail 


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NV119                         TOO COMPLICATED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V119_Complicated

         Is it too complicated?

         .................................................................................
           460           1.  YES
           209           5.  NO
            25           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V119_Complicated 


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NV120                         TOO HARD TO LEARN HOW TO USE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V120_HardtoLearn

         Is it too hard to learn how to use?

         .................................................................................
           338           1.  YES
           318           5.  NO
            38           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V120_HardtoLearn 


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NV121                         TAKE TOO MUCH TIME TO LEARN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V121_TooMuchTime

         Would it take too much time to learn how to use?

         .................................................................................
           342           1.  YES
           320           5.  NO
            33           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V121_TooMuchTime 


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NV122                         TOO DIFFICULT KEEP UP WITH CHANGES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V122_DiffKeepupChanges

         Is it too difficult to keep up with all the changes in technology?

         .................................................................................
           524           1.  YES
           153           5.  NO
            14           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V122_DiffKeepupChanges 


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NV123                         OPPOSED TO USING TECHNOLOGIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V123_Opposed

         Are you opposed to using new technologies?

         .................................................................................
           174           1.  YES
           514           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19859       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V108_SmartPhone 


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NV124                         USE ONLINE BILL PAYMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V124_OnlineBillPymt

         Now I am going to read a list of other technologies, and for each item please
         just say yes or no to indicate whether or not you use it. 
         
         (Do you use) online bill payment?

         .................................................................................
           569           1.  YES
          1166           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V124_OnlineBillPymt 


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NV125                         USE ONLINE BANKING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V125_OnlineBanking

         (Do you use) online banking?

         .................................................................................
           601           1.  YES
          1134           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V125_OnlineBanking 


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NV126                         USE EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V126_ExerciseEquip

         (Do you use) exercise equipment like a treadmill or weight machine?

         .................................................................................
           477           1.  YES
          1261           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V126_ExerciseEquip 


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NV127                         USE EXERCISE VIDEOS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V127_ExerciseVideos

         (Do you use) exercise videos, DVDs, or TV shows?

         .................................................................................
           298           1.  YES
          1440           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V127_ExerciseVideos 


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NV128                         USE ONLINE WELLNESS PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V128_OnlineWellness

         (Do you use) an online wellness or health monitoring program?

         .................................................................................
           157           1.  YES
          1580           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V128_OnlineWellness 


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NV129                         USE WEB FOR FINDING MEDICAL INFORMATION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V129_WebHlthInfo

         (Do you use) websites for finding medical and health information?

         .................................................................................
           781           1.  YES
           956           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V129_WebHlthInfo 


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NV130                         USE DEVICES TO MONITOR HEALTH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V130_HlthDevices

         (Do you use) devices to monitor health, such as blood sugar meters or
         pedometers?

         .................................................................................
           515           1.  YES
          1222           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V130_HlthDevices 


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NV131                         USE WII FIT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V131_WiiFit

         (Do you use) Nintendo Wii Fit (or another physical activity-based video game)?

         .................................................................................
           148           1.  YES
          1590           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V131_WiiFit 


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NV132                         USE EREADERS OR TABLETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V132_Ereader

         (Do you use) e-readers or tablets, such as the iPad or Kindle?

         .................................................................................
           332           1.  YES
          1405           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V132_Ereader 


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NV133                         USE MP3 PLAYERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V133_MP3

         (Do you use) mp3 players, such as an iPod?

         .................................................................................
           307           1.  YES
          1429           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V133_MP3 


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NV134                         USE LIVE STREAMING INTERNET VIDEOS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V134_InternetVideos

         (Do you use) live-streaming radio, television, or movies on the internet? 
         
         IWER: Live-streaming refers to a one-way transmission of media over a data
         network, such as listening to audio or watching videos on the internet.

         .................................................................................
           457           1.  YES
          1281           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD3.V134_InternetVideos 


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NV135                         PLAY VIDEO GAMES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD3.V135_VideoGames

         (Do you play) video games, such as X-box or Playstation?

         .................................................................................
           130           1.  YES
          1604           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18814       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 69 THEN 


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NV151                         EATEN LESS THAN NORMAL PAST 3 MONTHS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal

         Have you eaten less than normal over the past three months?

         .................................................................................
           187           1.  YES
           512           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal = YES THEN 


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NV152M1                       WHY EATEN LESS -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V152_WhyEatenLess[1]

         Is that because of lack of appetite, chewing or swallowing difficulties? {check
         all that apply}

         .................................................................................
           100           1.  LACK OF APPETITE
             6           2.  DIFFICULTY CHEWING
             3           3.  DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING
            22           4.  OTHER (SPECIFY)
            50           5.  Health Reason (lose weight/surgery/medication)
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20367       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal = YES THEN 


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NV152M2                       WHY EATEN LESS -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V152_WhyEatenLess[2]

         Is that because of lack of appetite, chewing or swallowing difficulties? {check
         all that apply}

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  LACK OF APPETITE
             3           2.  DIFFICULTY CHEWING
             1           3.  DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING
                         4.  OTHER (SPECIFY)
             6           5.  Health Reason (lose weight/surgery/medication)
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20543       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal = YES THEN 


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NV152M3                       WHY EATEN LESS -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V152_WhyEatenLess[3]

         Is that because of lack of appetite, chewing or swallowing difficulties? {check
         all that apply}

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LACK OF APPETITE
                         2.  DIFFICULTY CHEWING
             1           3.  DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING
                         4.  OTHER (SPECIFY)
                         5.  Health Reason (lose weight/surgery/medication)
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20553       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal = YES THEN 


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NV152M4                       WHY EATEN LESS -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V152_WhyEatenLess[4]

         Is that because of lack of appetite, chewing or swallowing difficulties? {check
         all that apply}

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LACK OF APPETITE
                         2.  DIFFICULTY CHEWING
                         3.  DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING
                         4.  OTHER (SPECIFY)
                         5.  Health Reason (lose weight/surgery/medication)
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V152_WhyEatenLess 


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NV154                         HOW MUCH LESS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V154_HowMuchLess

         Have you eaten much less than before or only a little less?

         .................................................................................
            50           1.  MUCH LESS
           136           2.  A LITTLE LESS
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20367       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V151_EatenLessNormal 


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NV155                         LOST WEIGHT WITHOUT TRYING LAST 3 MONTHS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V155_LostWeightWithoutTrying

         Have you lost any weight without trying in the last three months?

         .................................................................................
           156           1.  YES
           544           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V155_LostWeightWithoutTrying 

         IF SecV.MOD4.V155_LostWeightWithoutTrying = YES THEN 


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NV156                         HAS WAISTBAND GOTTEN LOOSER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V156_WaitbandLooser

         Has your waistband gotten looser?

         .................................................................................
           119           1.  YES
            37           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20398       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V156_WaitbandLooser 


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NV157                         LOST MORE THAN 6 POUNDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V157_WeightLost

         Do you think you have lost more than six pounds?

         .................................................................................
           114           1.  YES
            42           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20398       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V155_LostWeightWithoutTrying 


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NV158                         RECENTLY LOST FAMILY MEMBER OR FRIEND
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V158_StressLostSomeone

         Have you recently lost a family member or close friend? 
         
         IWER: If R asks how recently, say within the last three months.

         .................................................................................
           243           1.  YES
           459           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V158_StressLostSomeone 


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NV159                         RECENTLY MOVED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V159_StressMoved

         Have you recently moved from your home?
         
         IWER: If R asks how recently, say within the last three months.

         .................................................................................
            25           1.  YES
           676           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V159_StressMoved 


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NV160                         RECENTLY BEEN SICK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V160_StressSick

         Have you recently been sick? 
         
         IWER: If R asks how recently, say within the last three months.

         .................................................................................
           161           1.  YES
           541           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V160_StressSick 


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NV161                         TAKE MORE THAN 3 RX MEDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V161_TakeRxMeds

         Do you take more than 3 prescription medications?

         .................................................................................
           414           1.  YES
           288           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V161_TakeRxMeds 


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NV162                         HAVE ANY BED SORES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V162_BedSores

         Do you have any bed sores? 
         
         IWER: A bed sore or pressure sore is an injury to the skin and/or the tissues
         under the skin, most often over bony areas, caused by constant pressure that
         reduces blood supply to the area. It can cause skin to break down and form an
         open sore or ulcer.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  YES
           702           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V162_BedSores 


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NV163                         EAT AT LEAST ONE DAIRY SERVING DAILY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V163_EatDairy

         Do you eat at least one serving of a dairy product each day, such as a glass of
         milk, cheese in a sandwich, a cup of yogurt, or a can of high protein
         supplement?

         .................................................................................
           584           1.  YES
           117           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V163_EatDairy 


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NV164                         EAT BEANS OR EGGS DAILY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V164_EatBeansEggs

         Do you eat at least two or more servings of beans or eggs each day? 
         
         IWER: One serving is the usual amount that you think a person would eat at one
         meal.

         .................................................................................
           212           1.  YES
           488           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V164_EatBeansEggs 


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NV165                         EAT MEAT, FISH OR CHICKEN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V165_EatMeatFishChicken

         Do you eat meat, fish or chicken each day?

         .................................................................................
           531           1.  YES
           170           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V165_EatMeatFishChicken 


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NV166                         EAT FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V166_EatFruitVeg

         Do you eat two or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day?
         
         IWER: One serving is the usual amount that you think a person would eat at one
         meal

         .................................................................................
           486           1.  YES
           213           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V166_EatFruitVeg 


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NV167                         NUMBER OF GLASSES OR CUPS OF FLUIDS DRUN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V167_Fluids

         How many glasses (or cups) of fluid do you drink each day, including tea,
         coffee, milk and fruit juice? 
         
         IWER: One cup has eight ounces.

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            686        0          48          6.25          4.00   19851
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            15          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V167_Fluids 


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NV168                         OVERALL NUTRITIONAL STATUS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V168

         How would you describe your nutritional status? Would you say you are poorly
         nourished or don't have any nutritional problems?

         .................................................................................
            36           1.  POORLY NOURISHED
            33           2.  UNCERTAIN
           632           3.  NO PROBLEM
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD4.V168 


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NV169                         DOCTOR RECOMMENDED YOU EAT MORE PROTEIN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD4.V169_DoctorRecommendProtein

         Has a doctor ever recommended that you eat more protein or take protein
         supplements?

         .................................................................................
            63           1.  YES
           637           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19851       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {This module will be sharing sample with Module 4. Module 4 is asked of Rs age 
         70+, Module 5 is asked of Rs < Age 70} 

         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF NOT(piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 69) THEN 

         IF (((piJ021_EmpSelfOth <> SLFEMPD) AND (piJ022_ <> NOTWRKELSEANDEMPPW)) AND 
         (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = SLF)) AND (piJ020_WorkforPay = YES) THEN 


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NV201                         WORK AT ONE LOCATION OUTSIDE HOME
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V201_WorkOnePlace

         Do you work at one specific place most of the time, outside your home?

         .................................................................................
           421           1.  YES
            36           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20096       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V201_WorkOnePlace 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V201_WorkOnePlace = YES THEN 


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NV202                         NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT WORK LOCATION WEEKDAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 5   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V202_NumberEmployees

         How many people work at your same work location on a typical weekday?

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            412        0       25000        316.97       1433.03   20133
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             9       99998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                     99999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V202_NumberEmployees 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V202_NumberEmployees = DONTKNOW THEN 


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NV203                         NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES RANGE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V203_MoreLess200

         Which of the following do you think best describes the number of people who work
         at your same work location? Would you say less than 50, 50-249, 250-499,
         500-999, or 1000 or more?

         .................................................................................
                         1.  LESS THAN 50
             4           2.  50 - 249
             2           3.  250 - 499
                         4.  500 - 999
             2           5.  1000 OR MORE
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20545       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V202_NumberEmployees 


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NV208                         CHOLESTEROL TEST OFFERED AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V208_CholesterolTestOffered

         Next I am going to ask you about health testing and screening programs or
         services which may have been available at your place of work.
         
         During the past year, was a blood test for cholesterol available at your place
         of work?

         .................................................................................
           111           1.  YES
           305           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V208_CholesterolTestOffered 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V208_CholesterolTestOffered = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV209                         TOOK CHOLESTEROL TEST AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V209_TookCholesterolTest

         Did you take this cholesterol test?

         .................................................................................
            66           1.  YES
            45           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20443       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V208_CholesterolTestOffered 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV210                         BLOOD PRESSURE TEST OFFERED AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V210_BloodPressureTestOffered

         During the past year, was a blood pressure screening test available at your
         place of work?

         .................................................................................
           145           1.  YES
           273           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V210_BloodPressureTestOffered 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V210_BloodPressureTestOffered = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV211                         TOOK BLOOD PRESSURE TEST AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V211_TookBPScreeningTest

         Did you participate in this blood pressure screening program?

         .................................................................................
            89           1.  YES
            56           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20409       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V210_BloodPressureTestOffered 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV212                         BLOOD SUGAR TEST OFFERED AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V212_BloodSugarTestOffered

         During the past year, was a blood sugar or diabetes test available at your place
         of work?

         .................................................................................
            99           1.  YES
           316           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V212_BloodSugarTestOffered 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V212_BloodSugarTestOffered = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV213                         TOOK BLOOD SUGAR TEST AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V213_TookBloodSugarTest

         Did you participate in this blood sugar or diabetes testing program?

         .................................................................................
            59           1.  YES
            40           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20455       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V212_BloodSugarTestOffered 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV214                         CANCER TEST OFFERED AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V214_CancerTestOffered

         During the past year, was a test for any kind of cancer available at your place
         of work?

         .................................................................................
            25           1.  YES
           391           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V214_CancerTestOffered 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V214_CancerTestOffered = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV215                         TOOK CANCER TEST AT WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V215_TookCancerTest

         Did you participate (in this cancer screening or testing program)?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
            15           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20529       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V214_CancerTestOffered 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV216                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP CONTROL DIABETES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V216_DiabetesControl

         To the best of your knowledge, in the past year have any health, educational or
         medical programs been offered at your place of work to help people control blood
         sugar or diabetes?

         .................................................................................
           109           1.  YES
           303           5.  NO
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V216_DiabetesControl 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V216_DiabetesControl = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV217                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP CONTROL DIABETES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V217_DiabetesControlParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you control your
         blood sugar or diabetes)?

         .................................................................................
            40           1.  YES
            69           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20445       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V216_DiabetesControl 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV218                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP CONTROL ASTHMA
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V218_AsthmaControl

         In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work to help people control asthma or other breathing problems?

         .................................................................................
            40           1.  YES
           371           5.  NO
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V218_AsthmaControl 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V218_AsthmaControl = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV219                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP CONTROL ASTHMA
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V219_AsthmaControlParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you control asthma
         or other breathing problems)?

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  YES
            34           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20514       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V218_AsthmaControl 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV220                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP CONTROL BLOOD PRESSURE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V220_BPControl

         In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work to help people control blood pressure?

         .................................................................................
            90           1.  YES
           323           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V220_BPControl 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V220_BPControl = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV221                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP CONTROL BLOOD PRESSURE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V221_BPControlParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you control blood
         pressure)?

         .................................................................................
            29           1.  YES
            61           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20464       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V220_BPControl 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV222                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP QUIT SMOKING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V222_QuitSmoking

         In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work to help people quit smoking?

         .................................................................................
           107           1.  YES
           309           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V222_QuitSmoking 

         IF (RVARS.Z205_EverSmoked_V = YES) AND (SecV.MOD5.V222_QuitSmoking = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV223                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP QUIT SMOKING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V223_BPControlParticipate

         Did you participate in this program offered at work to help you quit smoking?

         .................................................................................
             5           1.  YES
            49           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20500       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V222_QuitSmoking 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV224                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP LOSE WEIGHT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V224_LoseWeight

         (In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work) to help people lose weight?

         .................................................................................
           128           1.  YES
           289           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V224_LoseWeight 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V224_LoseWeight = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV225                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP LOSE WEIGHT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V225_LoseWeightParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you lose weight)?

         .................................................................................
            33           1.  YES
            95           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20426       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V224_LoseWeight 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV226                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO IMPROVE DIET OR NUTRITION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V226_ImproveDiet

         (In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work) to help people improve their diet or nutrition?

         .................................................................................
           133           1.  YES
           282           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V226_ImproveDiet 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V226_ImproveDiet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV227                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO IMPROVE DIET OR NUTRITION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V227_ImproveDietParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you improve your
         diet or nutrition)?

         .................................................................................
            50           1.  YES
            83           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20421       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V226_ImproveDiet 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV228                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP WITH MENTAL PROBLEMS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V228_MentalProblems

         (To the best of your knowledge, in the past year have any health, educational or
         medical programs been offered at your place of work) to help people with
         problems such as controlling stress, depression, alcohol use, or other similar
         problems?

         .................................................................................
           105           1.  YES
           308           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V228_MentalProblems 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V228_MentalProblems = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV229                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP WITH MENTAL PROBLEMS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V229_MentalProbParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you with
         controlling stress, depression, alcohol use, or other similar problems)?

         .................................................................................
            15           1.  YES
            90           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20449       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V228_MentalProblems 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV230                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP WITH ARTHRITIS OR JOINT PROBLEMS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V230_Arthritis

         (To the best of your knowledge, in the past year have any health, educational or
         medical programs been offered at your place of work) to help people with
         arthritis, pain or stiffness in your joints?

         .................................................................................
            30           1.  YES
           383           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V230_Arthritis 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V230_Arthritis = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV231                         PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM TO HELP WITH ARTHRITIS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V231_ArthritisParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you with arthritis,
         pain or stiffness in your joints)?

         .................................................................................
             6           1.  YES
            24           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20524       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V230_Arthritis 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV232                         PROGRAM AT WORK TO HELP WITH BALANCING WORK AND FAMILY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V232_WorkFamilyBalance

         (In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work) to help people with balancing work and family demands,
         such as helping workers deal with problems such as aging or sick parents or
         other persons who need care?

         .................................................................................
            58           1.  YES
           353           5.  NO
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V232_WorkFamilyBalance 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V232_WorkFamilyBalance = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV233                         PARTICIPATE IN WORK FAMILY BALANCE PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V233_WorkFamilyBalParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you with balancing
         work and family demands)?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
            48           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20496       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V232_WorkFamilyBalance 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV234                         PROGRAM AT WORK ABOUT INJURY PROTECTION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V234_InjuryProtection

         (In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work) to provide instruction to protect workers from hazards or
         injuries on the job?

         .................................................................................
           216           1.  YES
           203           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V234_InjuryProtection 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V234_InjuryProtection = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV235                         PARTICIPATE IN INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V235_ArthritisParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you avoid hazards
         or injuries on the job)?

         .................................................................................
           178           1.  YES
            38           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20338       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V234_InjuryProtection 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV236                         PROGRAM AT WORK ABOUT BRAIN HEALTH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V236_BrainHealth

         (In the past year have any health, educational or medical programs been offered
         at your place of work) to provide activities designed to improve workers’ brain
         health, such as improving memory or the ability to think?

         .................................................................................
            23           1.  YES
           392           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V236_BrainHealth 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V236_BrainHealth = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV237                         PARTICIPATE IN BRAIN HEALTH PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V237_BrainHealthParticipate

         Did you participate in this program (offered at work to help you improve your
         brain health (such as improving your memory or ability to think))?

         .................................................................................
            12           1.  YES
            11           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20531       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V236_BrainHealth 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV238                         COMPANY HEALTH INFORMATION WEBSITE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V238_WebsiteInformation

         Whether or not any of these programs are offered at your workplace, does your
         company offer information and help for any of these problems at a particular
         website?

         .................................................................................
           163           1.  YES
           238           5.  NO
            20           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V238_WebsiteInformation 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV239                         WORKPLACE EXERCISE PROGRAM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V239_ExercisePrograms

         To the best of your knowledge, does your work organization offer any workplace
         features that encourage exercise, such as walking paths or exercise facilities?

         .................................................................................
           150           1.  YES
           270           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V239_ExercisePrograms 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV240                         WORKPLACE OFFERS COMPRESSED WORK WEEK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V240_CompressedWorkWeek

         (Does your work organization offer) a compressed work week? 
         
         (By compressed work week, I mean an alternative work arrangement where a
         standard work week is reduced to fewer than five days, such as working four
         10-hour days instead of five 8-hour days.)
         
         IWER: Other examples of compressed work week schedules include working three
         12-hour days, or a week of five 9-hour days followed by a week of four 9-hour
         days.

         .................................................................................
            71           1.  YES
           346           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V240_CompressedWorkWeek 


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NV241                         WORKPLACE OFFERS PART TIME WORK
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V241_PartTimeWork

         (Does your work organization offer) part-time work or job sharing?

         .................................................................................
           163           1.  YES
           250           5.  NO
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V241_PartTimeWork 


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NV242                         WORKPLACE OFFERS TELECOMMUTING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V242_Telecommuting

         (Does your work organization offer) telecommuting? 
         
         IWER: Telecommuting is a type of flexible work arrangement in which an employee
         can work from home, usually with a computer attached to the employer’s computer
         network.

         .................................................................................
            80           1.  YES
           340           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V242_Telecommuting 


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NV243                         WORKPLACE OFFERS PHASED RETIREMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V243_PhasedRetirement

         (Does your work organization offer) phased retirement? 
         
         IWER: Phased retirement refers to allowing employees to gradually reduce work
         hours before a retirement date.

         .................................................................................
            56           1.  YES
           345           5.  NO
            20           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V243_PhasedRetirement 


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NV244                         WORKPLACE OFFERS ERGONOMIC HELP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V244_Ergonomics

         (Does your work organization offer) on-site professional help with being more
         physically comfortable on the job, such as ergonomics?

         .................................................................................
            90           1.  YES
           321           5.  NO
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V244_Ergonomics 


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NV245                         WORKPLACE OFFERS HELP WITH COMMUTING
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V245_Commuting

         (Does your work organization offer) any help with commuting to the job, such as
         carpooling or public transportation passes?

         .................................................................................
            68           1.  YES
           352           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V245_Commuting 


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NV246                         WORKPLACE OFFERS JOB REDESIGN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V246_JobRedesign

         (Does your work organization offer) the ability for you to keep the same job,
         but change some of the work processes so that your job is easier to do?

         .................................................................................
           111           1.  YES
           303           5.  NO
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20133       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD5.V201_WorkOnePlace 


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NV247                         END OF MODULE 5 TRANSITION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V247_EndofModuleTransition

         Thank you very much. That answers all of the questions we have for you in this
         module.

         .................................................................................
           458           1.  CONTINUE
         20096       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF NOT(piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 69) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD5.V247_EndofModuleTransition = EMPTY THEN 


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NV248                         END OF MODULE 5 TRANSITION 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD5.V248_EndofModuleTransition2

         Thank you very much. Based on your current employment status, we don’t have any
         questions for you in this module.

         .................................................................................
           544           1.  CONTINUE
         20010       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE6) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 

         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV250                         CHANCES YOU WILL DEVELOP AD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V250_ADSelf

         Using a scale of 0 - 100 where 0 means no chance and 100 means absolutely
         certain, what are the chances that you will develop Alzheimer's disease
         [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future]?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            810        0         100         26.40         27.43   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            32         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V250_ADSelf 

         IF piRespondents1X065ACouplenss <> OTHER THEN 


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NV251                         CHANCES YOUR SPOUSE/PARTNER WILL DEVELOP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V251_ADSpouse

         What are the chances (using a scale of 0 - 100 where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) that your  [partner/husband/wife] will develop
         Alzheimer's disease [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future]?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            513        0         100         27.12         27.85   20018
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            18         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V250_ADSelf 


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NV252                         WANT AD TEST
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V252_ADtest

         If you could receive a test from your doctor, free of charge, that would
         definitely determine whether or not you would develop Alzheimer's disease
         [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future], would you want to be
         tested?

         .................................................................................
           661           1.  YES
           180           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19706       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V252_ADtest 


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NV253                         AD CONSULT ATTORNEY V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V253_Attorney

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely, using a scale of 0-100 (where 0 means
         no chance and 100 means absolutely certain), would you be to consult an attorney
         about dealing with your personal affairs?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            803        0         100         55.25         39.50   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            27         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            17         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V253_Attorney 


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NV254                         AD POWER OF ATTORNEY V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V254_FinancialPOAs

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to set up a durable power of attorney for
         someone to handle your financial affairs?
         
         (A durable power of attorney allows you to name another person to make financial
         decisions on your behalf if you become too sick or unable to make your own
         decisions.)
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            757        0         100         77.36         33.36   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            76         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            14         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V254_FinancialPOAs 


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NV255                         AD ADVANCE DIRECTIVE V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V255_AdvDirective

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to set up an advance directive or living will
         to let family members and doctors understand how you wish your health care to be
         managed?
         
         (An advance directive is a document that tells doctors and family members what
         kind of medical treatments you would like to have if you become too sick or
         unable to communicate your own health care decisions.)
         
         IWER: An advance directive is also known as a living will.
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            755        0         100         81.32         30.39   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1         110.  Out of Range
            80         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            11         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V255_AdvDirective 


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NV256                         AD UPDATE WILL V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V256_WillUptoDate

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future],) how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to make sure that your will is up to
         date?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            789        0         100         84.07         29.18   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            43         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            15         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V256_WillUptoDate 


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NV257                         AD DISCUSS HEALTH PLANS V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V257_HealthMedical

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future],) how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to discuss your health and medical plans
         with loved ones?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            814        0         100         86.31         25.92   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            21         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            10         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V257_HealthMedical 


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NV258                         AD DISCUSS FINANCIAL PLANS V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V258_DiscussFinPlans

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future],) how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to discuss your financial plans with
         loved ones?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            804        0         100         82.25         29.87   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            31         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            11         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V258_DiscussFinPlans 


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NV259                         AD PURCHASE LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V259_DiscussFinPlans

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future],) how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to purchase long-term care insurance?
         
         (Long-term care insurance covers needs and services, such as home care, assisted
         living, adult daycare, respite care, hospice care, and nursing home care, which
         are not covered by health insurance, and only covered by Medicare or Medicaid in
         certain situations.)
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            777        0         100         49.44         39.74   19706
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            47         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            21         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V259_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = PARTNERED_VOL) OR 
         (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = REPARTNERED_VOL) THEN 


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NV260                         PLANNING FINANCIAL FUTURE WITH PARTNER V
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V260_FinFuturePartner

         Are you and your partner planning your financial future together as a couple?

         .................................................................................
            30           1.  YES
            21           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20503       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V259_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF ((piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = MARRIED) OR (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = 
         REMARRIED)) OR (SecV.MOD6.V260_FinFuturePartner = YES) THEN 


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NV261                         TEACH SPOUSE OR SOMEONE ELSE TO MANAGE F
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V261_TeachSPManageFin

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to teach someone else, such as your 
         [partner/husband/wife], how to manage your finances?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            475        0         100         82.38         29.37   20039
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            32         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
             8         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V259_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = OTHER) OR (((piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = 
         PARTNERED_VOL) OR (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = REPARTNERED_VOL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD6.V260_FinFuturePartner <> YES)) THEN 


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NV262                         TEACH SOMEONE ELSE TO MANAGE FINANCES V1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V262_TeachSPManageFin

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to teach someone else how to manage your
         finances?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            306        0         100         68.18         38.13   20221
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            15         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
             8         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4         999.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V259_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF piRTab1X510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV263                         AD CONSULT ATTORNEY V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V263_Attorney

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], using a scale of 0-100 where 0 means no chance
         and 100 means absolutely certain, how likely would you be to consult an attorney
         about dealing with your personal affairs?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            805        0         100         54.88         39.05   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            16         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            16         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V263_Attorney 


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NV264                         AD POWER OF ATTORNEY V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V264_FinancialPOAs

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to set up a durable power of attorney for
         someone to handle your financial affairs?
         
         (A durable power of attorney allows you to name another person to make financial
         decisions on your behalf if you become too sick or unable to make your own
         decisions.)
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            762        0         100         76.63         33.82   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            54         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            22         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V264_FinancialPOAs 


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NV265                         AD ADVANCE DIRECTIVE V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V265_AdvDirective

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to set up an advance directive or living will
         to let family members and doctors understand how you wish your health care to be
         managed?
         
         (An advance directive is a document that tells doctors and family members what
         kind of medical treatments you would like to have if you become too sick or
         unable to communicate your own health care decisions.)
         
         IWER: An advance directive is also known as a living will.
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            753        0         100         81.01         30.67   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            60         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            24         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V265_AdvDirective 


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NV266                         AD UPDATE WILL V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V266_WillUptoDate

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future]), how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to make sure that your will is up to
         date?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            774        0         100         82.84         30.28   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            36         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            28         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V266_WillUptoDate 


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NV267                         AD DISCUSS HEALTH PLANS V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V267_HealthMedical

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future]), how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to discuss your health and medical plans
         with loved ones?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            786        0         100         85.96         26.54   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            32         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            17         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V267_HealthMedical 


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NV268                         AD DISCUSS FINANCIAL PLANS V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V268_DiscussFinPlans

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future]), how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to discuss your financial plans with
         loved ones?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            799        0         100         81.94         30.15   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            24         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            14         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V268_DiscussFinPlans 


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NV269                         AD PURCHASE LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V269_DiscussFinPlans

         (If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future]), how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) would you be to purchase long-term care insurance?
         
         (Long-term care insurance covers needs and services, such as home care, assisted
         living, adult daycare, respite care, hospice care, and nursing home care, which
         are not covered by health insurance, and only covered by Medicare or Medicaid in
         certain situations.)
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            772        0         100         46.12         39.28   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            35         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            26         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V269_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = PARTNERED_VOL) OR 
         (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = REPARTNERED_VOL) THEN 


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NV270                         PLANNING FINANCIAL FUTURE WITH PARTNER V
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V270_FinFuturePartner

         Are you and your partner planning your financial future together as a couple?

         .................................................................................
            39           1.  YES
            23           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20489       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V269_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF ((piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = MARRIED) OR (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = 
         REMARRIED)) OR (SecV.MOD6.V270_FinFuturePartner = YES) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV271                         TEACH SPOUSE OR SOMEONE ELSE TO MANAGE F
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V271_TeachSPManageFin

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to teach someone else, such as your 
         [partner/husband/wife], how to manage your finances?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            482        0         100         80.76         31.65   20030
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            32         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
            10         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                       999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V269_DiscussFinPlans 

         IF (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = OTHER) OR (((piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = 
         PARTNERED_VOL) OR (piRespondents1X065ACouplenss = REPARTNERED_VOL)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD6.V270_FinFuturePartner <> YES)) THEN 


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NV272                         TEACH SOMEONE ELSE TO MANAGE FINANCES V2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V272_TeachSPManageFin

         If you knew you would develop Alzheimer's Disease [sometime within the next 5
         years/sometime in the future], how likely (where 0 means no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain) would you be to teach someone else how to manage your
         finances?
         
         IWER:  [Enter 997 if this was already done]

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            288        0         100         66.77         39.25   20239
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            16         997.  THIS WAS ALREADY DONE
             8         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V269_DiscussFinPlans 


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NV273                         CHANCES YOU WILL DEVELOP AD 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V273_ADSelf2

         Using a scale of 0 - 100 where 0 means no chance and 100 means absolutely
         certain, what are the chances that you will develop Alzheimer's disease
         [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future]?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            798        0         100         28.94         27.62   19715
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            33         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V273_ADSelf2 

         IF piRespondents1X065ACouplenss <> OTHER THEN 


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NV274                         CHANCES YOUR SPOUSE/PARTNER WILL DEVELOP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V274_ADSpouse2

         What are the chances (using a scale of 0 - 100 where 0 means no chance and 100
         means absolutely certain) that your  [partner/husband/wife] will develop
         Alzheimer's disease [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future]?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            526        0         100         27.96         26.95   20004
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            21         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V273_ADSelf2 


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NV275                         WANT AD TEST 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V275_ADtest2

         If you could receive a test from your doctor, free of charge, that would
         definitely determine whether or not you would develop Alzheimer's disease
         [sometime within the next 5 years/sometime in the future], would you want to be
         tested?

         .................................................................................
           677           1.  YES
           145           5.  NO
            15           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19715       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE6) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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NV276                         WHO MOST KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT FINANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V276_WhoMostKnowledgeable

         Who is most knowledgeable about your family assets, debts and retirement
         planning?

         .................................................................................
           481           1.   R
           550           2.   R'S SPOUSE/PARTNER
            55           3.   BOTH R AND SPOUSE/PARTNER EQUALLY
           164           4.   SON
             6           5.   SON-IN-LAW
           249           6.   DAUGHTER
             4           7.   DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
           108           8.   ANOTHER RELATIVE OR FRIEND
            18           9.   FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL
             9          10.  SOMEONE ELSE (OTHER SPECIFY)
            34          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             9          99.  RF (Refused)
         18867       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V276_WhoMostKnowledgeable 

         IF SecV.MOD6.V276_WhoMostKnowledgeable = BOTHRANDSPOUSEPARTNEREQUALLY THEN 


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NV278                         ONE SOMEWHAT MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V278_OneMoreKnowledgeable

         Between you and your  [partner/husband/wife], is one of you somewhat more
         knowledgeable about your family's assets, debts, and retirement planning?

         .................................................................................
            29           1.  YES
            25           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V278_OneMoreKnowledgeable 

         IF SecV.MOD6.V278_OneMoreKnowledgeable = YES THEN 


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NV279                         R OR SPOUSE/PARTNER MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V279_RorSpPt

         Who is somewhat more knowledgeable about your family's assets, debts, and
         retirement planning?

         .................................................................................
            16           1.   R
            13           2.   R'S SPOUSE/PARTNER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20525       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V276_WhoMostKnowledgeable 


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NV280                         WHO DEALS MOST WITH FINANCES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V280_WhoDealswithFinances

         Who deals most with day-to-day finances, like paying the bills?

         .................................................................................
          1007           1.   R
           437           2.   R'S SPOUSE/PARTNER
           117           3.   BOTH R AND SPOUSE/PARTNER EQUALLY
            21           4.   SON
             1           5.   SON-IN-LAW
            69           6.   DAUGHTER
             5           7.   DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
            19           8.   ANOTHER RELATIVE OR FRIEND
             2           9.   FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL
             2          10.  SOMEONE ELSE (OTHER SPECIFY)
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5          99.  RF (Refused)
         18867       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD6.V280_WhoDealswithFinances 


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NV282                         WHO DEALS MOST WITH HEALTHCARE AND INSUR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD6.V282_HealthcareInsDecisions

         Who deals most with healthcare and insurance decisions?

         .................................................................................
           942           1.   R
           347           2.   R'S SPOUSE/PARTNER
           276           3.   BOTH R AND SPOUSE/PARTNER EQUALLY
            13           4.   SON
             1           5.   SON-IN-LAW
            65           6.   DAUGHTER
             1           7.   DAUGHTER-IN-LAW
            18           8.   ANOTHER RELATIVE OR FRIEND
                         9.   FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL
             5          10.  SOMEONE ELSE (OTHER SPECIFY)
            13          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6          99.  RF (Refused)
         18867       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE7) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 

         IF piRelationsA028_RInNHome <> YES THEN 


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NV301                         INTRODUCTION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V301_Introduction

         Nursing homes provide round-the-clock medical care and assistance for activities
         such as getting out of bed. Nursing homes are regulated and inspected by the
         government. They all must meet minimum government standards for safety,
         cleanliness, provision of services and meals, but some nursing homes offer
         higher quality services than others. The cost for a year's stay in a nursing
         home varies a lot, but a national average is about seventy-five thousand dollars
         ($75,000) per year. Because of the high cost, some people purchase long-term
         care insurance, which would pay for living in a nursing home.

         .................................................................................
          1665           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18889       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V301_Introduction 


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NV302                         KNOWLEDGE OF LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V302_Knowledge

         How would you rate your knowledge of long-term care insurance? Would you say
         that you have no knowledge at all, a little knowledge, some knowledge, or a lot
         of knowledge about long-term care insurance?

         .................................................................................
           627           1.  NO KNOWLEDGE
           533           2.  A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
           393           3.  SOME KNOWLEDGE
           109           4.  A LOT OF KNOWLEDGE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18889       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V302_Knowledge 

         IF piSecN_N071_LTCIns <> YES THEN 


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NV306                         CHANCE OF PURCHASING LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 3   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V306_ChancePurchaseInsurance

         On a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 means absolutely no chance and 100 means
         absolutely certain, what are the chances that within the next [10/5] years you
         will purchase insurance that will pay for some or all of nursing home costs?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1424        0         100         21.10         27.24   19094
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            33         998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3         999.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V302_Knowledge 


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NV307                         IMPORTANCE - INCREASE PREMIUM SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V307_IncreasePremium

         In thinking about possibly purchasing long-term care insurance, how important
         would the following concerns be to you? The insurance company may increase your
         premiums sometime in the future. Would you say this concern is very important,
         somewhat important or not at all important to you?

         .................................................................................
           957           1.  VERY IMPORTANT
           440           2.  SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT
           244           3.  NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT
            19           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5           9.  RF (Refused)
         18889       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V307_IncreasePremium 


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NV310                         IMPORTANCE - COVERS HIGH QUALITY NURSING HOMES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V310_HighQuality

         The insurance policy covers high quality nursing homes that offer services that
         are substantially above the minimum government standards. (Would you say this is
         very important, somewhat important or not at all important to you?)

         .................................................................................
           809           1.  VERY IMPORTANT
           595           2.  SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT
           231           3.  NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT
            23           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         18889       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V310_HighQuality 


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NV311                         INTRODUCTION TO RATING DIFFERENT POLICIES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V311_RatePolicyIntro

         Now we would like to ask you to rate four different insurance policies. All
         policies will pay the nursing home costs for as long as you have to live in the
         nursing home. But the monthly premium and the quality of the nursing home that
         they will pay for will differ between policies.
         
         We will ask you about two levels of nursing home quality covered by the
         insurance policy. The first level of quality meets the minimum government
         standards in terms of safety, cleanliness, provision of services and meals.
         Residents live two to a room. The second level of quality provides better
         service and meals, has larger rooms with better decoration, and each resident
         has his or her own room.
         
         Please rate the policies on a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 means the policy is
         definitely not for you and you certainly would not purchase it, 10 means the
         policy is very well suited for you and you might well purchase it, and five
         means you are neutral about the policy.

         .................................................................................
          1638           1.  CONTINUE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            25           9.  RF (Refused)
         18889       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V311_RatePolicyIntro 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V311_RatePolicyIntro <> REFUSAL THEN 


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NV312                         RATE POLICY 1 - MINIMUM GOV STANDARDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V312_RatePolicy1

         On a scale of 0 to 10, where again 0 means the policy is definitely not for you,
         and 10 means the policy is very well suited for you, how would you rate a
         long-term care insurance policy where the monthly premium is $[Amount] and the
         quality of the nursing home is minimum government standards?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1550        0          10          2.83          3.02   18914
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            67          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            23          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V312_RatePolicy1 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V312_RatePolicy1 <> NONRESPONSE THEN 


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NV313                         RATE POLICY 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V313_RatePolicy2

         On a scale of 0 to 10, how would you rate a long-term care insurance policy
         where the quality is the same, minimum government standards, but the monthly
         premium is [lower/higher], specifically [$ Amount] per month?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1525        0          10          3.05          3.01   19004
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            20          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V313_RatePolicy2 


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NV314                         RATE POLICY 3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V314_RatePolicy3

         The next policy covers stays in a high quality nursing home for the same monthly
         premium. On a scale of 0 to 10, how would you rate a long-term care insurance
         policy where the monthly premium is [$ Amount] and the quality of the nursing
         home is high?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1519        0          10          6.79          3.32   19004
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            21          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V314_RatePolicy3 

         IF SecV.MOD7.V314_RatePolicy3 <> 10 THEN 


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NV315                         RATE POLICY 4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V315_RatePolicy4

         (On a scale of 0 to 10), how would you rate a long-term care insurance policy
         where the quality of the nursing home is high, but the monthly premium is lower,
         specifically [$Amount] per month?

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1042        0          10          6.47          3.27   19481
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            20          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD7.V314_RatePolicy3 


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NV317                         WERE QUESTIONS CLEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD7.V317_QuestionsClear

         How clear did you find the questions in this section to be? Would you say they
         were very clear, mostly clear, more or less clear, not very clear, or unclear?

         .................................................................................
           509           1.  VERY CLEAR
           531           2.  MOSTLY CLEAR
           301           3.  MORE OR LESS CLEAR
           145           4.  NOT VERY CLEAR
            56           5.  UNCLEAR
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19004       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE8) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF))  THEN 

         IF piN147_TimeSeeDoc > 0 THEN 


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NV351                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON RACE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V351_JudgeRaceEthnic

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of your race or ethnic background?

         .................................................................................
            53           1.  YES
          1425           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V351_JudgeRaceEthnic 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V351_JudgeRaceEthnic = YES THEN 


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NV352                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING JUDGMENTS OF RACE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V352_ActRaceEthnic

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people of your race or ethnic background?

         .................................................................................
            18           1.  YES
            35           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20501       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V352_ActRaceEthnic 


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NV353                         JUDGMENTS OF RACE AFFECT MEDICAL CARE QU
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V353_QualityCareRaceEthnic

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor or other medical staff make
         about you based on your race or ethnic background affect the quality of medical
         care you receive?

         .................................................................................
            32           1.  YES
            21           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20501       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V351_JudgeRaceEthnic 


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NV354                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON GENDER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V354_JudgeGender

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of your gender?

         .................................................................................
            34           1.  YES
          1441           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V354_JudgeGender 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V354_JudgeGender = YES THEN 


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NV355                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING GENDER JUDGMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V355_ActGender

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people of your gender?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
            24           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20520       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V355_ActGender 


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NV356                         JUDGMENTS OF GENDER AFFECT MEDICAL CARE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V356_QualityCareGender

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor or other medical staff make
         about you based on your gender affect the quality of medical care you receive?

         .................................................................................
            26           1.  YES
             8           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20520       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V354_JudgeGender 


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NV357                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON AGE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V357_JudgeaAge

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of your age?

         .................................................................................
           129           1.  YES
          1346           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V357_JudgeaAge 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V357_JudgeaAge = YES THEN 


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NV358                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING AGE JUDGMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V358_ActAge

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people of your age?

         .................................................................................
            48           1.  YES
            77           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20425       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V358_ActAge 


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NV359                         JUDGMENT OF AGE AFFECT MEDICAL CARE QUAL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V359_QualityCareAge

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor or other medical staff make
         about you based on your age affect the quality of medical care you receive?

         .................................................................................
            63           1.  YES
            63           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20425       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V357_JudgeaAge 


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NV360                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON WEIGHT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V360_JudgeWeight

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of your weight?

         .................................................................................
           125           1.  YES
          1352           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V360_JudgeWeight 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V360_JudgeWeight = YES THEN 


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NV361                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING WEIGHT JUDGMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V361_ActWeight

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people of your weight?

         .................................................................................
            28           1.  YES
            93           5.  NO
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20429       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V361_ActWeight 


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NV362                         JUDGMENTS OF WEIGHT AFFECT MEDICAL CARE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V362_QualityCareWeight

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor or other medical staff make
         about you based on your weight affect the quality of medical care you receive?

         .................................................................................
            36           1.  YES
            87           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20429       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V360_JudgeWeight 


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NV363                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON MONEY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V363_JudgeMoney

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of how much money you have?

         .................................................................................
            55           1.  YES
          1422           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V363_JudgeMoney 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V363_JudgeMoney = YES THEN 


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NV364                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING MONEY JUDGMENTS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V364_ActMoney

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people who have similar amounts of money as you?

         .................................................................................
            27           1.  YES
            25           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V364_ActMoney 


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NV365                         JUDGMENTS MONEY YOU HAVE AFFECTS MEDICAL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V365_QualityCareMoney

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor or other medical staff make
         about you based on how much money you have affect the quality of medical care
         you receive?

         .................................................................................
            38           1.  YES
            16           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V363_JudgeMoney 


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NV366                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON RELIGION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V366_JudgeReligion

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you because of your religion?

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  YES
          1465           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V366_JudgeReligion 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V366_JudgeReligion = YES THEN 


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NV367                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING JUDGMENTS OF RELI
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V367_ActReligion

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about people of your religion?

         .................................................................................
             4           1.  YES
             5           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20544       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V367_ActReligion 


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NV368                         JUDGMENTS OF RELIGION AFFECT MEDICAL CAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V368_QualityCareReligion

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor and other medical staff make
         about you based on your religion affect the quality of medical care you receive?

         .................................................................................
             8           1.  YES
             2           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20544       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V366_JudgeReligion 


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NV383                         WORRY DOCTOR JUDGES BASED ON OTHER REASONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V383_JudgeOther

         When you visit the doctor do you worry that the doctor or other medical staff
         make judgments about you for any other reasons?

         .................................................................................
            55           1.  YES
          1420           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V383_JudgeOther 

         IF SecV.MOD8.V383_JudgeOther = YES THEN 


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NV384                         ACT IN WAYS JUSTIFYING JUDGMENTS OF OTHER REASONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V384_ActOther

         Do you worry you might act in ways that justify judgments held by medical staff
         about other people like you?

         .................................................................................
            21           1.  YES
            34           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V384_ActOther 


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NV385                         JUDGMENTS AFFECT MEDICAL CARE QUALITY OTHER REASONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V385_QualityCareOther

         Do you think that the judgments that the doctor and other medical staff make
         about you for any other reasons affect the quality of medical care you receive?

         .................................................................................
            30           1.  YES
            25           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20499       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V383_JudgeOther 


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NV369                         TRUST DOCTOR JUDGMENT ABOUT MEDICAL CARE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V369_TrustDoctorJudgment

         Next I am going to read you a series of statements. Please tell me whether you
         agree or disagree with each statement.
         
         When you visit the doctor, you completely trust the doctor's judgment about your
         medical care. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

         .................................................................................
          1155           1.  AGREE
           318           5.  DISAGREE
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V369_TrustDoctorJudgment 


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NV370                         JUDGMENTS BASED ON SHARED PRIVATE INFORM
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V370_PrivateInfo

         When you visit the doctor you worry that the doctor is judging you based on the
         private information you discussed. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
           434           1.  AGREE
          1029           5.  DISAGREE
            13           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V370_PrivateInfo 


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NV371                         WORRY BEING TESTED FOR UNKNOWN THINGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V371_UnknownTesting

         When you visit the doctor you worry that the doctor is testing you for things
         that you don't know about.(Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
           214           1.  AGREE
          1249           5.  DISAGREE
            14           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         19075       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE8) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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NV372                         RACIAL GROUP CONSIDERED GOOD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V372_RacialGrpGood

         Overall, people of your racial or ethnic group are considered good by others.
         (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1286           1.  AGREE
           355           5.  DISAGREE
            78           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            27           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V372_RacialGrpGood 


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NV373                         RACIAL GROUP RESPECTED BY OTHERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V373_RespectRacialGrp

         In general, others respect people of your racial or ethnic group. (Do you agree
         or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1357           1.  AGREE
           313           5.  DISAGREE
            51           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            25           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V373_RespectRacialGrp 


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NV374                         RACIAL GROUP LESS ABLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V374_RacialGrpAble

         Most people consider people of your racial or ethnic group, on average, to be
         less able than other ethnic or racial groups. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
           401           1.  AGREE
          1263           5.  DISAGREE
            53           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            29           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V374_RacialGrpAble 


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NV375                         RACIAL GROUP NOT RESPECTED BY SOCIETY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V375_RacialGrpSociety

         People of your racial or ethnic group are not respected by the broader society.
         (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
           381           1.  AGREE
          1295           5.  DISAGREE
            43           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            27           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V375_RacialGrpSociety 


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NV376                         RACIAL GROUP VIEWED POSITIVE MANNER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V376_RacialGrpPosView

         In general, other groups view people of your racial or ethnic group in a
         positive manner. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1301           1.  AGREE
           343           5.  DISAGREE
            63           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            39           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V376_RacialGrpPosView 


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NV377                         RACIAL GROUP VIEWED AS ASSET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V377_RacialGrpAsset

         Society views people of your racial or ethnic group as an asset. (Do you agree
         or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1219           1.  AGREE
           421           5.  DISAGREE
            64           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            42           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V377_RacialGrpAsset 


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NV378                         ACCOMPLISHMENTS MORE IMPT THAN CONNECTIO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V378_Accomplish

         What you accomplish is more important to you than your connections to people.
         (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1098           1.  AGREE
           597           5.  DISAGREE
            35           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            16           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V378_Accomplish 


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NV379                         HAVE COMPASSION FOR OTHERS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V379_Compassion

         You have a lot of compassion for other people. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1682           1.  AGREE
            55           5.  DISAGREE
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             7           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V379_Compassion 


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NV380                         FEELING CLOSE TO PEOPLE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V380_FeelingClose

         You like feeling close to people. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1606           1.  AGREE
           123           5.  DISAGREE
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            10           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V380_FeelingClose 


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NV381                         COMFORTABLE ASKING FOR HELP
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V381_AskHelp

         You are comfortable asking those that you are close to for help with just about
         anything. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
          1257           1.  AGREE
           470           5.  DISAGREE
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD8.V381_AskHelp 


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NV382                         HAVING YOUR WAY MORE IMPT THAN REL HARMO
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD8.V382_HavingYourWay

         Having your way is more important to you than maintaining harmony in your
         relationships. (Do you agree or disagree?)

         .................................................................................
           221           1.  AGREE
          1503           5.  DISAGREE
            11           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
            11           9.  RF (Refused)
         18808       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE9) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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NV401                         HAVE CURRENT PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet

         Now I'd like to ask about any pets you may have. Do you currently have any pets?

         .................................................................................
           797           1.  YES
           922           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18835       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


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NV402M1                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[1]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           548           1.  DOG
           210           2.  CAT
             1           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            20           4.  BIRD
            15           5.  FISH
             1           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             2           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV402M2                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[2]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            14           1.  DOG
           136           2.  CAT
             2           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            14           4.  BIRD
            16           5.  FISH
             4           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
            11           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20357       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


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NV402M3                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[3]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
             2           2.  CAT
             2           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            14           4.  BIRD
            13           5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
            10           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20513       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


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NV402M4                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[4]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
             2           4.  BIRD
             2           5.  FISH
             1           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             4           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20545       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


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NV402M5                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[5]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
             1           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
             1           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20552       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = YES THEN 


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NV402M6                       TYPES OF CURRENT PETS -6
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet[6]

         What kind of pets are these? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF DOG IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV403                         NUMBER OF DOGS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V403_Numdogs

         (How many dogs do you have?)

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            562        1          40          1.73          2.12   19992
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF CAT IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV404                         NUMBER OF CATS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V404_Numcats

         (How many cats do you have?)

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            348        1          15          2.04          1.71   20206
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF SMALLMAMMAL IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV405                         NUMBER OF SMALL MAMMALS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V405_Nummammal

         (How many (small mammals/rabbits/gerbils/hamsters) do you have?)

         .................................................................................
             6                     1-2.  Actual Value
                                    98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                    99.  RF (Refused)
         20548                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF BIRD IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV406                         NUMBER OF BIRDS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V406_Numbirds

         (How many birds do you have?)

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             50        1          25          4.34          5.73   20504
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF FISH IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV407                         NUMBER OF FISH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V407_Numfish

         (How many fish do you have?)

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             45        1          50          8.93         11.15   20508
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF REPTILE IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV408                         NUMBER OF REPTILES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V408_Numreptile

         (How many reptiles do you have?)

         .................................................................................
             7                     1-6.  Actual Value
                                    98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                    99.  RF (Refused)
         20547                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

         IF OTHER IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV409                         NUMBER OF OTHER PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V409_Numotherpet

         (How many (other) pets do you have?)

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             26        1          24          5.42          5.73   20527
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         ASSIGN: V410_Totalpets := (((((V403_Numdogs + V404_Numcats) + V405_Nummammal) + 
         V406_Numbirds) + V407_Numfish) + V408_Numreptile) + V409_Numotherpet:{PREVIOUS 
         ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 

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NV410                         TOTAL NUMBER OF PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V410_Totalpets

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            797        1          50          3.10          5.07   19757
         -----------------------------------------------------------------


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M1                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[1]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           269           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
            32           2.  PROTECTION
           271           3.  COMPANIONSHIP
            20           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
             7           5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             3           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             1           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             8           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
            46           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
           140          10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M2                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[2]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            64           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
            39           2.  PROTECTION
           105           3.  COMPANIONSHIP
             7           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
            14           5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             4           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
            10           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             5           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
            10           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
            87          10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20209       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M3                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[3]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            13           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
             5           2.  PROTECTION
            17           3.  COMPANIONSHIP
             3           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
             6           5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             7           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             7           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             1           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             4           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
            31          10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20460       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M4                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[4]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
             1           2.  PROTECTION
             3           3.  COMPANIONSHIP
             2           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
                         5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             1           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             1           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             1           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             1           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
             8          10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20535       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M5                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[5]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
                         2.  PROTECTION
                         3.  COMPANIONSHIP
             1           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
             1           5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             1           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             2           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
                         8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             1           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
                        10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20547       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M6                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -6
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[6]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
                         2.  PROTECTION
                         3.  COMPANIONSHIP
                         4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
                         5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
                         6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             1           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
                         8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             1           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
                        10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20552       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M7                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -7
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[7]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
                         2.  PROTECTION
                         3.  COMPANIONSHIP
                         4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
                         5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
                         6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
                         7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             1           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
                         9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
             1          10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20552       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M8                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -8
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[8]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
                         2.  PROTECTION
                         3.  COMPANIONSHIP
                         4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
                         5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
                         6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
                         7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
                         8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             1           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
                        10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20553       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet 


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NV411M9                       REASONS FOR HAVING PETS -9
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets[9]

         What are your reasons for having (a pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
                         2.  PROTECTION
                         3.  COMPANIONSHIP
                         4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
                         5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
                         6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
                         7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
                         8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
                         9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
                        10.  OTHER
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets 

         IF V411_Reasonpets.CARDINAL > 1 THEN 


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NV412                         MAIN REASON FOR HAVING PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V412_Mainreasonpet

         Which of these reasons would you say is most important? 
         
         IWER: Check only one.

         .................................................................................
           109           1.  ENJOY (LOVE) ANIMALS
            18           2.  PROTECTION
           153           3.  COMPANIONSHIP
             6           4.  PLAYMATE FOR CHILD
             6           5.  WANT SOMETHING I COULD TAKE CARE OF
             3           6.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME BUSY (OCCUPY THE TIME)
             4           7.  WANT SOMETHING TO KEEP ME ACTIVE (GET EXERCISE)
             4           8.  THERAPY (E.G., GUIDE DOG)
             8           9.  WAS GIVEN THIS PET
            31          10.  OTHER
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20209       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V411_Reasonpets 


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NV413                         HOW LONG HAD PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V413_Howlongpet

         How long have you had your (pet/pets)? 
         
         IWER: If R has more than one pet, probe for the pet R has had the longest.

         .................................................................................
            51           1.  LESS THAN 1 YEAR
           103           2.  1-2 YEARS
           186           3.  3-5 YEARS
           163           4.  6-9 YEARS
           258           5.  10+ YEARS
            33           6.  [VOL:] ALWAYS
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V413_Howlongpet 


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NV414                         WHOSE DECISION TO GET PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V414_Whosedecision

         [These next few questions are about your favorite pet.]
         Thinking back to when you first got your pet, whose decision was it to get the
         pet? Would you say the decision was made by you alone, by you and someone else,
         or by someone else alone?

         .................................................................................
           229           1.  YOU ALONE
           344           3.  YOU AND SOMEONE ELSE
           221           4.  SOMEONE ELSE ALONE
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V414_Whosedecision 


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NV415                         WHO MOST RESPONSIBLE FOR PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V415_Whoresponsible

         [Again, thinking about your favorite pet, who /Who ]  is most responsible for
         the care and feeding of your pet, including any trips to the veterinarian? Would
         you say it is you alone, you and someone else, or someone else alone?

         .................................................................................
           313           1.  YOU ALONE
           342           3.  YOU AND SOMEONE ELSE
           110           4.  SOMEONE ELSE ALONE
            32           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V415_Whoresponsible 


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NV416                         RATE PETS HEALTH
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V416_Pethealth

         How would you rate your pet's health overall? Would you say it is: excellent,
         very good, good, fair or poor?

         .................................................................................
           318           1.  EXCELLENT
           246           2.  VERY GOOD
           167           3.  GOOD
            47           4.  FAIR
            16           5.  POOR
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V416_Pethealth 


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NV417                         CONSIDER PET A FRIEND
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V417_Petfriend

         The next few questions are about how you feel about your [favorite/ ] pet. Do
         you consider your pet a friend?

         .................................................................................
           725           1.  YES
            72           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V417_Petfriend 


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NV418                         TALK TO PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V418_Talktopet

         Do you talk to your pet?

         .................................................................................
           771           1.  YES
            26           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V418_Talktopet 


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NV419                         PET ADDS TO HAPPINESS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V419_Happiness

         Would you say that owning a pet adds to your happiness?

         .................................................................................
           744           1.  YES
            50           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V419_Happiness 


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NV420                         TALK ABOUT PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V420_Talkabout

         Do you talk to others about your pet?

         .................................................................................
           705           1.  YES
            92           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V420_Talkabout 


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NV421                         PLAY WITH PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V421_Play

         Do you often play with your pet?

         .................................................................................
           680           1.  YES
           114           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V421_Play 


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NV422                         PET KNOWS HOW FEEL
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V422_Feel

         Does your pet know how you feel about things?

         .................................................................................
           676           1.  YES
            87           5.  NO
            34           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19757       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V422_Feel 

         IF DOG IN SecV.MOD9.V402_Typepet THEN 


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NV423                         WALK DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog

         Do you walk your (dog/dogs)?

         .................................................................................
           343           1.  YES
           218           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19992       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> NONRESPONSE THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog = NO THEN 


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NV424                         REASON NOT WALK DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V424_Reasonnotwalk

         What is the main reason you don't walk your (dog/dogs)? 
         
         IWER: Check only one.

         .................................................................................
             8           1.  DOG TOO OLD OR UNABLE TO WALK
            53           2.  DOG SELF-EXERCISES, GOES OUT BY HIM/HERSELF
            14           3.  OUTDOOR DOG, STAYS IN PEN
            15           4.  DOG NOT WELL BEHAVED/ DOESN'T WALK WELL ON LEASH
            30           5.  RESPONDENT TOO OLD OR UNABLE TO WALK
            22           6.  SOMEONE ELSE WALKS THE DOG
             8           7.  RESPONDENT HAS NO TIME OR INTEREST
             3           8.  BAD WEATHER, TOO COLD/HOT
             5           9.  DOG DOESN'T LIKE TO WALK/ EXERCISE
             5          10.  DOG TOO BIG/ TOO STRONG
            53          11.  OTHER
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)
         20336       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF V423_Walkdog = YES THEN 


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NV425                         TIMES PER DAY WALK DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V425_Numtimes

         How many times per day do you walk your (dog/dogs)? 
         
         IWER: Enter 97 if less than once per day.

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            275        1          12          1.99          1.50   20211
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            56          97.  LESS THAN ONCE PER DAY
            11          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V425_Numtimes 


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NV426                         MINUTES WALK DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V426_Minutes

         When you walk your (dog/dogs) how many minutes or hours do you usually walk each
         time?  
         
         IWER: Press ENTER to answer hours
         
         minutes:
         or hours:

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            307        1          50         21.94         10.62   20239
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             8          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V426_Minutes 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V426_Minutes = EMPTY THEN 


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NV427                         HOURS WALK DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V427_Hours

         (When you walk your (dog/dogs) how many minutes or hours do you usually walk
         each time? )
         
         minutes:
         or hours:

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             28        1          30          2.36          5.51   20526
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V426_Minutes 


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NV428                         WALK MORE OR LESS WITH DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V428_Walkmore

         Because you have (a dog/dogs), do you think that overall you walk a lot more,
         somewhat more, about the same, somewhat less, or a lot less than you would if
         you did not have (a dog/dogs)?

         .................................................................................
            95           1.  A LOT MORE
           110           2.  SOMEWHAT MORE
           118           3.  ABOUT THE SAME
             9           4.  SOMEWHAT LESS
             8           5.  A LOT LESS
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20211       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V428_Walkmore 


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NV429                         WALK FASTER OR SLOWER WITH DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster

         Compared with when you walk without your (dog/dogs), when you walk with your
         (dog/dogs) do you usually walk a lot faster, somewhat faster, about the same
         speed, somewhat slower, or a lot slower?

         .................................................................................
            28           1.  A LOT FASTER
            59           2.  SOMEWHAT FASTER
           146           3.  ABOUT THE SAME SPEED
            78           4.  SOMEWHAT SLOWER
            27           5.  A LOT SLOWER
             2           7.  [VOL:] NEVER WALK WITHOUT MY DOG --> SKIP TO END OF MODULE
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20211       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV430                         WALK FURTHER WITH DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V430_Walkfurther

         Compared with when you walk without your (dog/dogs), when you walk with your
         (dog/dogs) do you usually walk a much longer distance, a somewhat longer
         distance, about the same distance, a somewhat shorter distance, or a much
         shorter distance?

         .................................................................................
            24           1.  MUCH LONGER DISTANCE
            47           2.  SOMEWHAT LONGER DISTANCE
           166           3.  ABOUT THE SAME DISTANCE
            62           4.  SOMEWHAT SHORTER DISTANCE
            34           5.  A MUCH SHORTER DISTANCE
             4           7.  [VOL:] NEVER WALK WITHOUT MY DOG
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20213       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = NO) AND (SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV431M1                       REASON DO NOT HAVE PET -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V431_Whynopet[1]

         Why don't you have a pet? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           168           1.  NO INTEREST
            64           2.  TOO EXPENSIVE
           202           3.  TOO MUCH TIME OR WORK TO CARE FOR PET
            47           4.  ALLERGIES (OWN OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER)
            11           5.  HEALTH RISKS
           426           6.  OTHER
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19632       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = NO) AND (SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV431M2                       REASON DO NOT HAVE PET -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V431_Whynopet[2]

         Why don't you have a pet? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             9           1.  NO INTEREST
            17           2.  TOO EXPENSIVE
            47           3.  TOO MUCH TIME OR WORK TO CARE FOR PET
             9           4.  ALLERGIES (OWN OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER)
             5           5.  HEALTH RISKS
            73           6.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20394       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = NO) AND (SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV431M3                       REASON DO NOT HAVE PET -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V431_Whynopet[3]

         Why don't you have a pet? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             3           1.  NO INTEREST
             2           2.  TOO EXPENSIVE
             5           3.  TOO MUCH TIME OR WORK TO CARE FOR PET
                         4.  ALLERGIES (OWN OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER)
             2           5.  HEALTH RISKS
            11           6.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20531       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet = NO) AND (SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV431M4                       REASON DO NOT HAVE PET -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V431_Whynopet[4]

         Why don't you have a pet? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  NO INTEREST
                         2.  TOO EXPENSIVE
                         3.  TOO MUCH TIME OR WORK TO CARE FOR PET
                         4.  ALLERGIES (OWN OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER)
                         5.  HEALTH RISKS
                         6.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet 

         IF ((SecV.MOD9.V401_Currentpet <> YES) AND (SecV.MOD9.V423_Walkdog <> YES)) AND 
         (SecV.MOD9.V429_Walkfaster <> VOL_NEVERWALK) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV432                         EVER HAD PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet

         Have you ever had any pets?

         .................................................................................
           755           1.  YES
           167           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19632       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M1                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[1]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           613           1.  DOG
            97           2.  CAT
            10           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            19           4.  BIRD
            11           5.  FISH
             2           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             3           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M2                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[2]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            42           1.  DOG
           198           2.  CAT
            16           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            35           4.  BIRD
            17           5.  FISH
             4           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
            15           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20227       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M3                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[3]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             4           1.  DOG
             7           2.  CAT
            36           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            32           4.  BIRD
            24           5.  FISH
            12           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
            17           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20422       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M4                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[4]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
             3           2.  CAT
            11           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
            14           4.  BIRD
            12           5.  FISH
             7           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
            10           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20497       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M5                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[5]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
             1           1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
             2           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
            10           5.  FISH
             2           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             4           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20535       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV433M6                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -6
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[6]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
             1           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             3           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20550       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet = YES THEN 


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NV433M7                       TYPE OF FORMER PETS -7
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet[7]

         What kind of pets did you have? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             1           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20553       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V433_Typepet 


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NV434                         YEARS SINCE LAST HAD PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V434_Years

         How many years has it been since you last had a pet?

         .................................................................................
            58           1.  LESS THAN 1 YEAR
            87           2.  1-2 YEARS
           106           3.  3-5 YEARS
            83           4.  6-9 YEARS
           165           5.  10-19 YEARS
           113           6.  20-29 YEARS
           142           7.  30+ YEARS
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V434_Years 


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NV435                         CONSIDERED FORMER PET A FRIEND
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V435_Friend

         For these next questions, please think about your favorite pet that you had in
         the past.
         
         These questions ask about how you felt about that pet. Did you consider your pet
         a friend?

         .................................................................................
           656           1.  YES
            97           5.  NO
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V435_Friend 


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NV436                         TALKED TO FORMER PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V436_Talktopet

         Did you talk to your pet?

         .................................................................................
           689           1.  YES
            65           5.  NO
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V436_Talktopet 


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NV437                         FORMER PET ADDED TO HAPPINESS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V437_Happiness

         Would you say that owning a pet added to your happiness?

         .................................................................................
           623           1.  YES
           132           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V437_Happiness 


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NV438                         TALKED ABOUT FORMER PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V438_Talkaboutpet

         Did you talk to others about your pet?

         .................................................................................
           597           1.  YES
           155           5.  NO
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V438_Talkaboutpet 


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NV439                         PLAYED WITH FORMER PET
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V439_Play

         Did you often play with your pet?

         .................................................................................
           648           1.  YES
           107           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V439_Play 


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NV440                         FORMER PET KNOW HOW R FELT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V440_Felt

         Did your pet know how you felt about things?

         .................................................................................
           585           1.  YES
           129           5.  NO
            41           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19799       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V432_Everpet 


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NV441                         HAVE CONTACT WITH OTHER PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact

         Do you have regular contact with other people's pets?

         .................................................................................
           400           1.  YES
           522           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19632       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact = YES THEN 


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NV442M1                       TYPE OTHER PETS HAVE CONTACT WITH -1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets[1]

         What kind of pets do you have regular contact with? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
           361           1.  DOG
            36           2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             2           7.  OTHER
             1           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20154       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact = YES THEN 


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NV442M2                       TYPE OTHER PETS HAVE CONTACT WITH -2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets[2]

         What kind of pets do you have regular contact with? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
            14           1.  DOG
            78           2.  CAT
             3           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
             3           4.  BIRD
             1           5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             3           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20452       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact = YES THEN 


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NV442M3                       TYPE OTHER PETS HAVE CONTACT WITH -3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets[3]

         What kind of pets do you have regular contact with? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
             5           3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
             1           4.  BIRD
             3           5.  FISH
             2           6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
             5           7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20538       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact = YES THEN 


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NV442M4                       TYPE OTHER PETS HAVE CONTACT WITH -4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets[4]

         What kind of pets do you have regular contact with? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
             2           4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20552       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact 

         IF SecV.MOD9.V441_Contact = YES THEN 


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NV442M5                       TYPE OTHER PETS HAVE CONTACT WITH -5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets[5]

         What kind of pets do you have regular contact with? 
         
         IWER: Check all that apply.

         .................................................................................
                         1.  DOG
                         2.  CAT
                         3.  SMALL MAMMAL (RABBIT, GERBIL, HAMSTER)
                         4.  BIRD
                         5.  FISH
                         6.  REPTILE (TURTLE, SNAKE, LIZARD)
                         7.  OTHER
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20554       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets 


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NV443                         HELP FEED CARE FOR OTHER PETS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V443_Help

         Do you help feed or care for any of these pets?

         .................................................................................
           181           1.  YES
           219           5.  NO
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20154       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD9.V443_Help 

         IF DOG IN SecV.MOD9.V442_Typepets THEN 


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NV444                         HOW OFTEN WALK OTHER DOG
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD9.V444_Walkotherdog

         How often do you walk with someone else's dog?

         .................................................................................
           273           1.  NEVER
            62           2.  ONCE A WEEK OR LESS
            17           3.  SEVERAL TIMES A WEEK
            11           4.  ONCE A DAY OR MORE
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20179       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         IF SecV.V000_ModuleIntro = DOMODULES THEN 

         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE10) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 


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NV451                         OVERALL HAPPINESS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V451_OverallHappiness

         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not at
         all happy," how happy have you felt during the past week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
           1738        1          10          7.87          2.17   18804
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            12          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V451_OverallHappiness 


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NV452                         MEDITATION TAKES 30 MINUTES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min

         Suppose that after careful checking and some experience, you became convinced
         that doing a particular type of non-religious meditation would make you feel
         happier every day than you would have been otherwise, as long as you do the
         meditation every day. In fact, it would increase your happiness by one point on
         the scale from one to ten that you just used. Other than the time it takes, this
         increase in happiness by one point on the one-to-ten scale is the only effect of
         the meditation.
         
         Would you do the meditation on a regular daily basis if it took 30 minutes a
         day?

         .................................................................................
           717           1.  YES
           996           5.  NO
            31           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         18804       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min = NO) OR (SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min = DONTKNOW) 
         THEN 


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NV453                         MEDITATION TAKES 15 MINUTES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V453_Med15min

         Would you do the meditation on a regular daily basis if it took 15 minutes a
         day?

         .................................................................................
           283           1.  YES
           718           5.  NO
            25           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         19527       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min = YES THEN 


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NV454                         MEDITATION TAKES 60 MINUTES
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V454_Med60min

         Would you do the meditation on a regular daily basis if it took 60 minutes a
         day?

         .................................................................................
           304           1.  YES
           406           5.  NO
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19837       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V452_Med30min 


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NV455                         TAKE JOB FIFTEEN PER HOUR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr

         Suppose you were offered the opportunity to work from your own home at a
         ten-hour-a-week side job. You can choose your own hours. It will last one year.
         It is easy for you to do, but it is boring and you cannot do anything else while
         you do the work.
         
         Would you take this side job if it paid $15 per hour?

         .................................................................................
           817           1.  YES
           920           5.  NO
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18804       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr = YES THEN 


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NV456                         TAKE JOB EIGHT DOLLARS PER HOUR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V456_Job7perHr

         Would you take this side job if it paid $8 per hour?

         .................................................................................
           349           1.  YES
           463           5.  NO
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19737       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr = NO) OR (SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr = DONTKNOW) 
         THEN 


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NV457                         TAKE JOB THIRTY DOLLARS PER HOUR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V457_Job30perHr

         Would you take this side job if it paid $30 per hour?

         .................................................................................
           281           1.  YES
           638           5.  NO
            13           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19622       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V458_ScenAssign := A:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF ((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 43)) 
         AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK 
         IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) THEN 
         ASSIGN: V458_ScenAssign := B:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF NOT(((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 
         43)) AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR 
         (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus))) THEN 
         IF piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 2 THEN 
         OR{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF NOT(((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 
         43)) AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR 
         (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus))) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 2) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 3) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 4) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 5) THEN 
         IF piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 6 THEN 
         ASSIGN: V458_ScenAssign := C:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF NOT(((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 
         43)) AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR 
         (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus))) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 2) THEN 
         IF piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 3 THEN 
         ASSIGN: V458_ScenAssign := D:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF NOT(((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 
         43)) AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR 
         (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus))) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 2) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 3) THEN 
         IF piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 4 THEN 
         ASSIGN: V458_ScenAssign := E:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 
         IF NOT(((1 <= piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100) AND (piZ268_RanValueMod10_1to100 <= 
         43)) AND ((((WORKINGNOW IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus) OR 
         (UNEMPLOOKINGFORWORK IN piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (TEMPLAIDOFF IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus)) OR (ONLEAVE IN 
         piWORKSTATUSJ005MCurrEmpStatus))) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 2) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 3) THEN 
         IF NOT(piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 4) THEN 
         IF piZ267_RanValueMod10 = 5 THEN 

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NV458                         MODULE 10 SCENARIO ASSIGNMENT
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign

         .................................................................................
           297           1.  SCENARIO A
           442           2.  SCENARIO B
           239           3.  SCENARIO C
           253           4.  SCENARIO D
           239           5.  SCENARIO E
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         19084       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = A THEN 


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NV459                         AGE PLAN TO RETIRE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge

         At what age do you plan to retire?
         
         Range 18 to 95 
         97 NEVER

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            260       55          95         66.80          5.58   20257
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
            20          97.  NEVER
            16          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         ASSIGN: V460_RetireAge := 70:{PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 
         IF NOT(((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge > 17) AND (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 
         < 96)) AND SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge <> NONRESPONSE) THEN 
         IF ((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 97.00000000000001) OR 
         SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = NONRESPONSE) AND 
         (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 68) THEN 
         ASSIGN: V460_RetireAge := piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge + 3:{PREVIOUS ASK} 
         SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 
         IF NOT(((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge > 17) AND (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 
         < 96)) AND SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge <> NONRESPONSE) THEN 
         IF NOT(((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 97.00000000000001) OR 
         SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = NONRESPONSE) AND 
         (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge < 68)) THEN 
         IF ((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 97.00000000000001) OR 
         SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = NONRESPONSE) AND 
         (piSecAContinuInterviewA019_RAge > 68) THEN 
         ASSIGN: V460_RetireAge := V459_PlannedRetAge:{PREVIOUS ASK} 
         SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 
         IF ((SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge > 17) AND (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge < 
         96)) AND SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge <> NONRESPONSE THEN 

         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV460                         AGE PLAN TO RETIRE ASSIGN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V460_RetireAge

         .................................................................................
           295                   55-95.  Actual Value
         20259                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge > 17) AND (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge < 
         96) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV461                         RETIRE EARLIER OR LATER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V461_RetEarlierorLater

         Suppose that, for some reason, you could not retire at that time, but had to
         choose between retiring 2 years earlier than that or 2 years later than that. 
         
         Which option would you choose? (Option 1: Retire at age [NV460 - 2] or Option 2:
         Retire at age [NV460 + 2]?)

         .................................................................................
            53           1.  OPTION 1: AGE [NV460 - 2]
            67           2.  OPTION 2: AGE [NV460 + 2]
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20434       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 97) OR SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 
         NONRESPONSE THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV462                         RETIRE EARLIER OR LATER RET AGE UNKNOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V462_RetNVDKRF

         Suppose that, for some reason, you had to choose between retiring at age [NV460
         - 2] or at age [NV460 + 2]. Which option would you choose? (Option 1: Retire at
         age [NV460 - 2] or Option 2: Retire at age [NV460 + 2]?)

         .................................................................................
             7           1.  OPTION 1: AGE [NV460 - 2]
            10           2.  OPTION 2: AGE [NV460 + 2]
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20537       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV463                         SCENARIO A AB1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V463_Satisfied

         If you retired at age [NV460 - 2], please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all," what the following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             66        2          10          7.61          2.03   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V463_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV464                         SCENARIO A AB1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V464_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2],
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             67        2          10          7.72          1.87   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V464_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV468                         SCENARIO A AB1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V468_PossLife

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2],)
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             67        2          10          7.42          1.98   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V468_PossLife 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV469                         SCENARIO A AB1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V469_Satisfied

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2], please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             67        2          10          7.21          2.00   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V469_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV470                         SCENARIO A AB1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V470_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             67        2          10          7.34          1.93   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V470_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV474                         SCENARIO A AB1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V474_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             67        2          10          7.28          2.01   20486
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         IF V458_ScenAssign = A THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV478                         SCENARIO A AB2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V478_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             68        1          10          7.63          2.07   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V478_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV479                         SCENARIO A AB2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V479_Satisfied

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             69        1          10          7.96          1.85   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V479_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV480                         SCENARIO A AB2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V480_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             69        3          10          7.97          1.81   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V480_PossLife 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV484                         SCENARIO A AB2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V484_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             68        1          10          7.56          2.06   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V484_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV485                         SCENARIO A AB2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V485_Satisfied

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             68        1          10          7.93          1.92   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V485_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV486                         SCENARIO A AB2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V486_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             68        1          10          7.71          2.02   20485
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1) THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge > 17) AND (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge < 
         96) THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV487                         RETIRE LATER OR EARLIER
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V487_RetLaterorEarlier

         Suppose that, for some reason, you could not retire at that time, but had to
         choose between retiring 2 years later than that or 2 years earlier than that.
         Which option would you choose?
         
         (Option 1: Retire at age [NV460 + 2] or Option 2: Retire at age [NV460 - 2]?)

         .................................................................................
            83           1.  OPTION 1: AGE [NV460 - 2]
            57           2.  OPTION 2: AGE [NV460 + 2]
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20414       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1) THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF (SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 97) OR SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge = 
         NONRESPONSE THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV488                         RETIRE LATER OR EARLIER RET AGE UNKNOWN
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V488_RetNVDKRF

         Suppose that, for some reason, you had to choose between retiring at age [NV460
         + 2] or at age [NV460 - 2] . Which option would you choose?
         
         (Option 1: Retire at age [NV460 + 2] or Option 2: Retire at age [NV460 - 2]?)

         .................................................................................
            10           1.  OPTION 1: AGE [NV460 - 2]
             7           2.  OPTION 2: AGE [NV460 + 2]
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20535       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1) THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV489                         SCENARIO A BA1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V489_Satisfied

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2], please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             76        1          10          7.45          1.93   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V489_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV490                         SCENARIO A BA1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V490_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             76        1          10          7.54          1.78   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V490_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV494                         SCENARIO A BA1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V494_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             76        1          10          7.59          1.81   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V494_PossLife 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV495                         SCENARIO A BA1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V495_Satisfied

         If you retired at age [NV460 - 2], please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             77        1          10          7.91          1.91   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V495_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV496                         SCENARIO A BA1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V496_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             77        2          10          7.91          1.93   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V496_Happy 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV500                         SCENARIO A BA1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V500_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             75        2          10          7.77          1.99   20475
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1) THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV504                         SCENARIO A BA2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V504_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             75        1          10          7.45          1.99   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V504_Happy 


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NV505                         SCENARIO A BA2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V505_Satisfied

         (If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             74        1          10          7.68          2.10   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V505_Satisfied 


         - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
NV506                         SCENARIO A BA2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V506_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 + 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             77        1          10          7.53          2.03   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V506_PossLife 


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NV510                         SCENARIO A BA2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V510_Happy

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not happy
         at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             78        1          10          7.69          2.19   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V510_Happy 


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NV511                         SCENARIO A BA2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V511_Satisfied

         (If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             77        1          10          7.73          2.13   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V511_Satisfied 


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NV512                         SCENARIO A BA2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V512_PossLife

         If you retired at age [NV460 - 2]
         
         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             77        1          10          7.74          2.07   20474
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = B THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV513                         SCENARIO B AB1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V513_Satisfied

         Suppose the side-job paid $15 an hour. We would like to know how you think
         various aspects of your life would be affected by taking the job or not taking
         the job.
         
         If you took the side job, please tell me, on a scale from one to ten where ten
         is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of your life
         would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            108        1          10          5.67          3.06   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V513_Satisfied 


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NV514                         SCENARIO B AB1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V514_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            110        1          10          6.05          3.01   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V514_Happy 


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NV518                         SCENARIO B AB1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V518_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            108        1          10          6.57          2.76   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V518_PossLife 


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NV519                         SCENARIO B AB1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V519_Satisfied

         If you did NOT take the side job, please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            111        1          10          7.63          2.32   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V519_Satisfied 


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NV520                         SCENARIO B AB1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V520_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            112        1          10          7.68          2.27   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V520_Happy 


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NV524                         SCENARIO B AB1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V524_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            109        1          10          7.51          2.56   20439
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         IF V458_ScenAssign = B THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV528                         SCENARIO B AB2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V528_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            117        1          10          8.13          1.96   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V528_Happy 


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NV529                         SCENARIO B AB2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V529_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            118        1          10          8.32          1.97   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V529_Satisfied 


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NV530                         SCENARIO B AB2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V530_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            115        1          10          8.06          1.91   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V530_PossLife 


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NV534                         SCENARIO B AB2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V534_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            116        1          10          8.19          1.84   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V534_Happy 


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NV535                         SCENARIO B AB2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V535_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            115        1          10          8.41          1.78   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V535_Satisfied 


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NV536                         SCENARIO B AB2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V536_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            113        2          10          8.43          1.57   20435
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = B THEN 

         IF NOT(piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1) THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV537                         SCENARIO B BA1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V537_Satisfied

         Suppose the side-job paid $15 an hour. We would like to know how you think
         various aspects of your life would be affected by taking the job or not taking
         the job.
         
         If you did NOT take the side job, please tell me, on a scale from one to ten
         where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of
         your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            101        1          10          7.07          2.80   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V537_Satisfied 


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NV538                         SCENARIO B BA1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V538_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            102        1          10          7.67          2.07   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V538_Happy 


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NV542                         SCENARIO B BA1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V542_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             99        1          10          7.78          2.05   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V542_PossLife 


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NV543                         SCENARIO B BA1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V543_Satisfied

         If you took the side job, please tell me, on a scale from one to ten where ten
         is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following aspects of your life
         would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            101        1          10          6.45          2.80   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V543_Satisfied 


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NV544                         SCENARIO B BA1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V544_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             98        1          10          6.62          2.61   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             7          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V544_Happy 


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NV548                         SCENARIO B BA1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V548_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             95        1          10          6.65          2.55   20448
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             9          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         IF V458_ScenAssign = B THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV552                         SCENARIO B BA2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V552_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            101        1          10          7.59          2.20   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V552_Happy 


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NV553                         SCENARIO B BA2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V553_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
            100        1          10          7.86          2.10   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V553_Satisfied 


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NV554                         SCENARIO B BA2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V554_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             99        1          10          7.88          2.09   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V554_PossLife 


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NV558                         SCENARIO B BA2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V558_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             99        2          10          7.85          1.87   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V558_Happy 


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NV559                         SCENARIO B BA2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V559_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             97        2          10          7.94          2.11   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V559_Satisfied 


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NV560                         SCENARIO B BA2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V560_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             96        1          10          7.71          2.17   20452
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = B) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = C THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV561                         CHOOSE POOR OR RICH NEIGHBORHOOD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V561_MoveChoice1

         Suppose that you plan to move to another city [as soon as you retire/a year from
         now]. You are considering two neighborhoods in the same city. The neighborhoods
         are similar in almost every way. For example, they are equally safe, have
         similar parks and amenities, and are in comparable school districts. The only
         difference is that the residents have different levels of wealth. If you move
         into the first neighborhood, you would be among the richest in a relatively poor
         neighborhood. If you move into the second neighborhood, you would be among the
         poorest in a relatively rich neighborhood. Where would you choose to move?
         
         (Option 1: the relatively poor neighborhood or Option 2: the relatively rich
         neighborhood)

         .................................................................................
            50           1.  OPTION 1: POOR NEIGHBORHOOD
            58           2.  OPTION 2: RICH NEIGHBORHOOD
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3           9.  RF (Refused)
         20438       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V561_MoveChoice1 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV562                         SCENARIO C AB1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V562_Satisfied

         If you lived in the relatively poor neighborhood, please tell me, on a scale
         from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like: (On a scale from one to ten, where
         ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not at all satisfied") how satisfied
         would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             49        1          10          6.04          2.53   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V562_Satisfied 


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NV563                         SCENARIO C AB1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V563_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             51        1          10          6.31          2.58   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V563_Happy 


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NV567                         SCENARIO C AB1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V567_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             47        3          10          6.83          2.04   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V567_PossLife 


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NV568                         SCENARIO C AB1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V568_Satisfied

         If you lived in the relatively rich neighborhood, please tell me, on a scale
         from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             51        1          10          6.43          2.33   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V568_Satisfied 


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NV569                         SCENARIO C AB1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V569_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             51        2          10          6.88          2.15   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V569_Happy 


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NV573                         SCENARIO C AB1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V573_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             50        4          10          6.90          1.69   20500
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = C THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV577                         SCENARIO C AB2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V577_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             60        2          10          7.60          1.75   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V577_Happy 


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NV578                         SCENARIO C AB2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V578_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             60        1          10          7.88          1.84   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V578_Satisfied 


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NV579                         SCENARIO C AB2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V579_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             59        1          10          7.78          1.93   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V579_PossLife 


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NV583                         SCENARIO C AB2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V583_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        2          10          7.91          1.67   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V583_Happy 


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NV584                         SCENARIO C AB2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V584_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             59        1          10          7.90          1.76   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V584_Satisfied 


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NV585                         SCENARIO C AB2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V585_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          7.97          1.75   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         IF V458_ScenAssign = C THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV586                         CHOOSE RICH OR POOR NEIGHBORHOOD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V586_MoveChoice2

         Suppose that you plan to move to another city [as soon as you retire/a year from
         now]. You are considering two neighborhoods in the same city. The neighborhoods
         are similar in almost every way. For example, they are equally safe, have
         similar parks and amenities, and are in comparable school districts. The only
         difference is that the residents have different levels of wealth. If you move
         into the first neighborhood, you would be among the poorest in a relatively rich
         neighborhood. If you move into the second neighborhood, you would be among the
         richest in a relatively poor neighborhood. Where would you choose to move?
         (Option 1: the relatively rich neighborhood or Option 2: the relatively poor
         neighborhood)

         .................................................................................
            68           1.  OPTION 1: RICH NEIGHBORHOOD
            44           2.  OPTION 2: POOR NEIGHBORHOOD
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             6           9.  RF (Refused)
         20431       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V586_MoveChoice2 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV587                         SCENARIO C BA1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V587_Satisfied

         If you lived in the relatively rich neighborhood, please tell me, on a scale
         from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             57        1          10          6.72          2.36   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V587_Satisfied 


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NV588                         SCENARIO C BA1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V588_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             59        1          10          6.71          2.36   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V588_Happy 


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NV592                         SCENARIO C BA1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V592_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             56        1          10          7.34          2.06   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V592_PossLife 


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NV593                         SCENARIO C BA1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V593_Satisfied

         If you lived in the relatively poor neighborhood, please tell me, on a scale
         from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          6.21          2.21   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V593_Satisfied 


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NV594                         SCENARIO C BA1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V594_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          6.41          2.29   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V594_Happy 


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NV598                         SCENARIO C BA1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V598_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          6.34          2.29   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         IF V458_ScenAssign = C THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV602                         SCENARIO C BA2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V602_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          8.14          1.96   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V602_Happy 


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NV603                         SCENARIO C BA2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V603_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          8.10          1.98   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V603_Satisfied 


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NV604                         SCENARIO C BA2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V604_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          7.86          2.11   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V604_PossLife 


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NV608                         SCENARIO C BA2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V608_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             61        1          10          8.05          2.00   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V608_Happy 


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NV609                         SCENARIO C BA2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V609_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          7.95          2.23   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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


         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V609_Satisfied 


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NV610                         SCENARIO C BA2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V610_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             57        1          10          7.84          2.20   20493
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = B) THEN 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = C) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = D THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV611                         PARENTAL CAREGIVING CHOICE 1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V611_ParentalCare1

         Imagine a situation in which just one of your parents is still alive (however
         old that would be) and is just at the point of no longer being able to stay in
         his or her own home. None of your siblings or other relatives is willing to help
         in caring for your parent. You have the choice of whether to care for your
         parent in your own home, or put your parent into an assisted living facility.
         Which option would you choose?
         
         (Option 1: Care for your parent in your own home or Option 2: Put your parent in
         an assisted living facility)

         .................................................................................
            80           1.  OPTION 1: CARE FOR YOUR PARENT IN YOUR OWN HOME
            33           2.  OPTION 2: PUT YOUR PARENT IN AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
             5           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         20436       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V611_ParentalCare1 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV612                         SCENARIO D AB1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V612_Satisfied

         If you cared for your parent in your own home, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             59        1          10          6.49          2.47   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V612_Satisfied 


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NV613                         SCENARIO D AB1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V613_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             60        1          10          6.77          2.54   20492
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V613_Happy 


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NV617                         SCENARIO D AB1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V617_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             57        1          10          6.51          2.57   20492
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V617_PossLife 


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NV618                         SCENARIO D AB1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V618_Satisfied

         If you put your parent in an assisted living facility, please tell me, on a
         scale from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             61        1          10          5.66          2.69   20492
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                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V618_Satisfied 


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NV619                         SCENARIO D AB1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V619_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             60        1          10          5.92          2.66   20492
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             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V619_Happy 


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NV623                         SCENARIO D AB1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V623_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          6.48          2.51   20492
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             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = D THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV627                         SCENARIO D AB2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V627_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             56        3          10          7.79          1.97   20498
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                        98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V627_Happy 


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NV628                         SCENARIO D AB2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V628_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             55        1          10          7.93          2.04   20498
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             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V628_Satisfied 


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NV629                         SCENARIO D AB2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V629_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             52        3          10          7.85          2.04   20498
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V629_PossLife 


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NV633                         SCENARIO D AB2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V633_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             53        2          10          7.72          2.14   20498
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V633_Happy 


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NV634                         SCENARIO D AB2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V634_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        3          10          8.09          1.79   20498
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             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V634_Satisfied 


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NV635                         SCENARIO D AB2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V635_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        3          10          8.22          1.85   20498
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             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = D THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV636                         PARENTAL CAREGIVING CHOICE 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V636_ParentalCare2

         Imagine a situation in which just one of your parents is still alive (however
         old that would be) and is just at the point of no longer being able to stay in
         his or her own home. None of your siblings or other relatives is willing to help
         in caring for your parent. You have the choice of whether to put your parent
         into an assisted living facility or care for your parent in your own home. Which
         option would you choose?
         
         (Option 1: Put your parent in an assisted living facility, or Option 2: Care for
         your parent in your own home)

         .................................................................................
            39           1.  OPTION 1: PUT YOUR PARENT IN AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
            86           2.  OPTION 2: CARE FOR YOUR PARENT IN YOUR OWN HOME
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20419       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V636_ParentalCare2 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV637                         SCENARIO D BA1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V637_Satisfied

         If you put your parent in an assisted living facility, please tell me, on a
         scale from one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the
         following aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             60        1          10          4.90          2.93   20483
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             8          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V637_Satisfied 


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NV638                         SCENARIO D BA1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V638_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             63        1          10          5.84          2.98   20483
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             5          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V638_Happy 


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NV642                         SCENARIO D BA1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V642_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             61        1          10          6.05          2.72   20483
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V642_PossLife 


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NV643                         SCENARIO D BA1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V643_Satisfied

         If you cared for your parent in your own home, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             62        1          10          7.00          2.49   20483
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V643_Satisfied 


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NV644                         SCENARIO D BA1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V644_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             62        1          10          6.73          2.58   20483
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V644_Happy 


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NV648                         SCENARIO D BA1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V648_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             63        1          10          6.86          2.62   20483
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = D THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV652                         SCENARIO D BA2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V652_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             62        5          10          7.76          1.68   20490
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             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V652_Happy 


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NV653                         SCENARIO D BA2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V653_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             63        5          10          8.06          1.69   20490
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             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V653_Satisfied 


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NV654                         SCENARIO D BA2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V654_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             61        5          10          7.98          1.69   20490
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V654_PossLife 


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NV658                         SCENARIO D BA2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V658_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             61        1          10          7.95          1.77   20490
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V658_Happy 


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NV659                         SCENARIO D BA2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V659_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             63        1          10          7.97          1.89   20490
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             1          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V659_Satisfied 


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NV660                         SCENARIO D BA2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V660_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             58        1          10          7.79          1.86   20490
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V459_PlannedRetAge 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = B) THEN 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = C) THEN 

         IF NOT(SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = D) THEN 

         IF SecV.MOD10.V458_ScenAssign = E THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV661                         RAISE TAXES OR REDUCE BENEFITS 1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V661_Taxes

         Because the population of the U.S. is getting older, the cost of Medicare and
         Social Security will increase dramatically in the future. Most experts agree
         that as a result the U.S. federal government faces an unavoidable choice between
         increasing taxes and cutting benefits. Consider the following two options. Note
         that the policies in both options only apply to people who were born after 1965;
         taxes and benefits from Social Security and Medicare will remain the same for
         people who were born before the end of 1965. If you were limited to these two
         options in a referendum, and the vote was so close that your choice determined
         the policy that would be implemented, which do you think you would actually
         choose?
         Option 1: Raise taxes on people born after 1965 enough to keep Social Security
         and Medicare as they currently exist.
         Option 2: Keep taxes the same, but gradually reduce Medicare and Social Security
         benefits for people who were born after 1965.

         .................................................................................
            51           1.  OPTION 1: RAISE TAXES
            40           2.  OPTION 2: REDUCE BENEFITS
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             4           9.  RF (Refused)
         20447       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V661_Taxes 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV662                         SCENARIO E AB1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V662_Satisfied

         If taxes were raised on people born after 1965, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like: (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is
         "extremely satisfied" and one is "not at all satisfied") how satisfied would you
         be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             42        1          10          6.79          2.74   20505
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V662_Satisfied 


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NV663                         SCENARIO E AB1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V663_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             43        1          10          7.56          2.16   20505
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V663_Happy 


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NV667                         SCENARIO E AB1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V667_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             41        4          10          8.10          1.80   20505
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             7          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V667_PossLife 


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NV668                         SCENARIO E AB1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V668_Satisfied

         If benefits were cut for people born after 1965, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             41        1          10          7.12          2.45   20505
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             3          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V668_Satisfied 


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NV669                         SCENARIO E AB1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V669_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             42        1          10          7.43          2.12   20505
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V669_Happy 


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NV673                         SCENARIO E AB1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V673_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             41        1          10          7.27          2.19   20505
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             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = E THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV677                         SCENARIO E AB2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V677_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             56        1          10          7.95          2.04   20496
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             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V677_Happy 


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NV678                         SCENARIO E AB2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V678_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             56        3          10          8.41          1.77   20496
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             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V678_Satisfied 


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NV679                         SCENARIO E AB2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V679_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             52        3          10          8.15          1.91   20496
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V679_PossLife 


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NV683                         SCENARIO E AB2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V683_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        3          10          8.24          1.66   20496
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V683_Happy 


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NV684                         SCENARIO E AB2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V684_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        3          10          8.31          1.72   20496
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             3          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V684_Satisfied 


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NV685                         SCENARIO E AB2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V685_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        3          10          8.07          1.93   20496
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = E THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV686                         RAISE TAXES OR REDUCE BENEFITS 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V686_Taxes

         Because the population of the U.S. is getting older, the cost of Medicare and
         Social Security will increase dramatically in the future. Most experts agree
         that as a result the U.S. federal government faces an unavoidable choice between
         increasing taxes and cutting benefits. Consider the following two options. Note
         that the policies in both options only apply to people who were born after 1965;
         taxes and benefits from Social Security and Medicare will remain the same for
         people who were born before the end of 1965. If you were limited to these two
         options in a referendum, and the vote was so close that your choice determined
         the policy that would be implemented, which do you think you would actually
         choose?
         
         Option 1: Keep taxes the same, but gradually reduce Medicare and Social Security
         benefits for people who were born after 1965.
         Option 2: Raise taxes on people born after 1965 enough to keep Social Security
         and Medicare as they currently exist.

         .................................................................................
            29           1.  OPTION 1: REDUCE BENEFITS
            98           2.  OPTION 2: RAISE TAXES
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         20422       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V686_Taxes 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT1 THEN 


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NV687                         SCENARIO E BA1 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V687_Satisfied

         If benefits were cut for people born after 1965, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             51        1          10          6.41          3.05   20494
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             9          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V687_Satisfied 


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NV688                         SCENARIO E BA1 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V688_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             55        1          10          7.13          2.65   20494
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V688_Happy 


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NV692                         SCENARIO E BA1 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V692_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        1          10          7.48          2.51   20494
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V692_PossLife 


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NV693                         SCENARIO E BA1B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V693_Satisfied

         If taxes were raised on people born after 1965, please tell me, on a scale from
         one to ten where ten is "extremely" and one is "not at all," what the following
         aspects of your life would be like:
         
         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             56        1          10          7.00          2.46   20494
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V693_Satisfied 


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NV694                         SCENARIO E BA1B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V694_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             54        1          10          7.41          2.01   20494
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             5          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V694_Happy 


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NV698                         SCENARIO E BA1B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V698_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             53        1          10          7.36          2.26   20494
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1          99.  RF (Refused)


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         IF V458_ScenAssign = E THEN 

         IF piX509_9Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 

         IF piX510_10Random1_2 = RANDOMASSIGNMENT2 THEN 


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NV702                         SCENARIO E BA2 HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V702_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             70        5          10          7.87          1.54   20482
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V702_Happy 


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NV703                         SCENARIO E BA2 SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V703_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             70        3          10          8.26          1.63   20482
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             2          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                        99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V703_Satisfied 


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NV704                         SCENARIO E BA2 POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V704_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             64        2          10          7.91          1.92   20482
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             6          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V704_PossLife 


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NV708                         SCENARIO E BA2B HAPPY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V708_Happy

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely happy" and one is "not
         happy at all") how happy would you feel during a typical week?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             66        3          10          7.97          1.69   20482
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V708_Happy 


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NV709                         SCENARIO E BA2B SATISFIED
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V709_Satisfied

         (On a scale from one to ten, where ten is "extremely satisfied" and one is "not
         at all satisfied") how satisfied would you be with your life as a whole?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

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              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             66        3          10          8.02          1.76   20482
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             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V709_Satisfied 


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NV710                         SCENARIO E BA2B POSS LIFE
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 2   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V710_PossLife

         On a scale from one to ten where ten is "best possible life for you" and one is
         "worst possible life for you" where would you stand?
         
         RANGE: 1-10

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

         -----------------------------------------------------------------
              N      Min         Max          Mean            SD    Miss
             66        2          10          7.97          1.81   20482
         -----------------------------------------------------------------
             4          98.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2          99.  RF (Refused)


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD10.V455_Job15perHr 


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NV761                         WERE QUESTIONS CLEAR
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD10.V761_QuestionsClear

         How clear did you find the questions in this section to be? Would you say they
         were very clear, mostly clear, more or less clear, not very clear, or unclear?

         .................................................................................
           489           1.  VERY CLEAR
           601           2.  MOSTLY CLEAR
           304           3.  MORE OR LESS CLEAR
           237           4.  NOT VERY CLEAR
           100           5.  UNCLEAR
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             8           9.  RF (Refused)
         18805       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V801_Military_Time := V801_hours + V801_minutes:{PREVIOUS ASK} 
         SecV.MOD11.V801_WakeTime 
         IF SecV.MOD11.V801_WakeTime <> NONRESPONSE THEN 
         IF ((piRTab1X009AModule_V = MODULE11) AND (piSecAStartInterviewA009_SelfPrxy = 
         SLF)) THEN 

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NV801                         HWB - TIME WOKE UP YESTERDAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V801_Military_Time

         Now we would like you to think about yesterday. What did you do yesterday and
         how did you feel?
         
         To begin, please tell me what time you woke up yesterday.
         
         Storage of calculated military time

         .................................................................................
          1759               0000-2330.  Actual Value
                                  9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                  9999.  RF (Refused)
         18795                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         ASSIGN: V802_Military_Time := V802_hours + V802_minutes:{PREVIOUS ASK} 
         SecV.MOD11.V802_SleepTime 
         IF SecV.MOD11.V802_SleepTime <> NONRESPONSE THEN 

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NV802                         HWB - TIME WENT TO SLEEP YESTERDAY
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Character  Width: 4   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V802_Military_Time

         And what time did you go to sleep yesterday?
         
         Storage of calculated military time

         .................................................................................
          1747               0000-2350.  Actual Value
                                  9998.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                                  9999.  RF (Refused)
         18807                   Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD11.V802_SleepTime 


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NV803                         HWB QUIET SECONDS TO THINK ABOUT YESTERD
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V803_QuietReflect

         Now please take a few quiet seconds to recall your activities and experiences
         yesterday.

         .................................................................................
          1764           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD11.V803_QuietReflect 


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NV804                         HWB ADJECTIVE 1
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V804_HWBAdj1

         Good, now I have questions about your experiences yesterday.
         
         Yesterday, did you feel [frustrated/angry/lonely/sad/bored/angry]?
         
         Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [frustrated/angry/lonely/sad/bored/angry]?

         .................................................................................
          1410           1.  NOT AT ALL
           188           2.  A LITTLE
            87           3.  SOMEWHAT
            33           4.  QUITE A BIT
            39           5.  VERY
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD11.V804_HWBAdj1 


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NV805                         HWB ADJECTIVE 2
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V805_HWBAdj2

         Yesterday, did you feel [sad/enthusiastic/content/frustrated/worried/happy]?
         
         Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [sad/enthusiastic/content/frustrated/worried/happy]?

         .................................................................................
           726           1.  NOT AT ALL
           254           2.  A LITTLE
           242           3.  SOMEWHAT
           232           4.  QUITE A BIT
           298           5.  VERY
            12           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD11.V805_HWBAdj2 


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NV806                         HWB ADJECTIVE 3
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V806_HWBAdj3

         Yesterday, did you feel [enthusiastic/lonely/worried/content/happy/bored]?
         
         Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [enthusiastic/lonely/worried/content/happy/bored]?

         .................................................................................
           756           1.  NOT AT ALL
           260           2.  A LITTLE
           254           3.  SOMEWHAT
           209           4.  QUITE A BIT
           280           5.  VERY
             6           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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         {PREVIOUS ASK} SecV.MOD11.V806_HWBAdj3 


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NV807                         HWB ADJECTIVE 4
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V807_HWBAdj4

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [lonely/frustrated/bored/worried/angry/sad]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [lonely/frustrated/bored/worried/angry/sad]?)

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          1406           1.  NOT AT ALL
           183           2.  A LITTLE
           102           3.  SOMEWHAT
            41           4.  QUITE A BIT
            29           5.  VERY
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV808                         HWB ADJECTIVE 5
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V808_HWBAdj5

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [content/sad/happy/bored/lonely/enthusiastic]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [content/sad/happy/bored/lonely/enthusiastic]?)

         .................................................................................
           835           1.  NOT AT ALL
           217           2.  A LITTLE
           228           3.  SOMEWHAT
           197           4.  QUITE A BIT
           278           5.  VERY
             9           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV809                         HWB ADJECTIVE 6
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V809_HWBAdj6

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [worried/content/angry/happy/enthusiastic/frustrated]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [worried/content/angry/happy/enthusiastic/frustrated]?)

         .................................................................................
           757           1.  NOT AT ALL
           232           2.  A LITTLE
           278           3.  SOMEWHAT
           225           4.  QUITE A BIT
           265           5.  VERY
             7           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV810                         HWB ADJECTIVE 7
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V810_HWBAdj7

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [bored/worried/frustrated/angry/sad/lonely]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [bored/worried/frustrated/angry/sad/lonely]?)

         .................................................................................
          1401           1.  NOT AT ALL
           180           2.  A LITTLE
           122           3.  SOMEWHAT
            33           4.  QUITE A BIT
            26           5.  VERY
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV811                         HWB ADJECTIVE 8
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V811_HWBAdj8

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [happy/bored/sad/enthusiastic/content/worried]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [happy/bored/sad/enthusiastic/content/worried]?)

         .................................................................................
           786           1.  NOT AT ALL
           222           2.  A LITTLE
           274           3.  SOMEWHAT
           240           4.  QUITE A BIT
           234           5.  VERY
             8           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV812                         HWB ADJECTIVE 9
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V812_HWBAdj9

         (Yesterday, did you feel) [angry/happy/enthusiastic/lonely/frustrated/content]?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very
         [angry/happy/enthusiastic/lonely/frustrated/content]?)

         .................................................................................
           803           1.  NOT AT ALL
           218           2.  A LITTLE
           274           3.  SOMEWHAT
           208           4.  QUITE A BIT
           250           5.  VERY
            10           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV813                         HWB ADJECTIVE 10
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V813_HWBAdj10

         (Yesterday, did you feel) tired?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very tired?)

         .................................................................................
           661           1.  NOT AT ALL
           428           2.  A LITTLE
           419           3.  SOMEWHAT
           140           4.  QUITE A BIT
           112           5.  VERY
             4           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV814                         HWB ADJECTIVE 11
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V814_HWBAdj11

         (Yesterday, did you feel) stressed?
         
         (Would you say not at all, a little, somewhat, quite a bit, or very stressed?)

         .................................................................................
          1147           1.  NOT AT ALL
           285           2.  A LITTLE
           193           3.  SOMEWHAT
            86           4.  QUITE A BIT
            49           5.  VERY
             3           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             2           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV815                         HWB ADJECTIVE 12
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V815_HWBAdj12

         Yesterday, did you feel any pain?
         
         Would you say none, a little, some, quite a bit, or a lot of pain?

         .................................................................................
           870           1.  NONE
           370           2.  A LITTLE
           312           3.  SOME
           140           4.  QUITE A BIT
            70           5.  A LOT
             2           8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
             1           9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV816                         HWB CONCLUSION
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.MOD11.V816_Conclusion

         Thank you.
         
         Those are all the questions we have for you in this module.

         .................................................................................
          1765           1.  CONTINUE
                         8.  DK (Don't Know); NA (Not Ascertained)
                         9.  RF (Refused)
         18789       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NV900                         LEAVE BEHIND INSTRUCTIONS
         Section: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0
         Ref: SecV.V900_LeaveBehind

         Lastly, I have a short questionnaire that I would like to [leave with you to
         fill out/mail to you]. The questionnaire contains different types of questions
         than what we ask about in the interview, questions about attitudes and feelings
         that some people like to take a little time to think about and may prefer to
         fill out on their own. We would appreciate it if you would complete this
         questionnaire at your earliest convenience and send it back to our office in the
         pre-paid self-addressed envelope [./that will be included with the
         questionnaire.]
         
         If you have any questions about the form or how to complete it, feel free to
         call our toll free number, which is listed in the questionnaire.
         
         This is an important component of the HRS study. This is an important new
         component of the HRS study. [We would like to thank you in advance for
         completing the questionnaire by leaving this token of our appreciation /As a
         token of our appreciation ] [with you./for completing the questionnaire, we will
         include a $20 check with the questionnaire.]

         .................................................................................
          8824           1.  LEFT QUESTIONNAIRE WITH R
           270           2.  R REFUSED TO COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE
           217           3.  PROXY INDICATED R IS UNABLE/UNWILLING TO COMPLETE
                             QUESTIONNAIRE
           726           4.  QUESTIONNAIRE MAILED TO R
         10517       Blank.  INAP (Inapplicable); Partial Interview


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NVDATE                        2012 DATA MODEL VERSION
         Section: V     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.

         .................................................................................
          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: V     Level: Respondent      Type: Numeric    Width: 1   Decimals: 0

         .................................................................................
         20554           1.  HRS 2012 Final Release