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1.

respondent id#

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

2.

SRC study#: 1330

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

3.

date of interview

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

4.

respondent sex

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

5.

How many additional non-business phones

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

6.

more concerned of lack of money or time

In general, would you say you are more concerned in your life about a lack of time or about a lack of money?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

7.

feel rushed to do things

Would you say you always feel rushed even to do the things you have to do, only sometimes feel rushed, or almost never feel rushed?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

8.

# hours per week work for pay

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend working for pay?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

9.

# minutes per week work for pay

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend working for pay?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

10.

# hours per week preparing meals

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend preparing meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

11.

# minutes per week preparing meals

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend preparing meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

12.

# hours per week washing dishes

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend washing dishes and cleaning up after meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

13.

# minutes per week washing dishes

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend washing dishes and cleaning up after meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

14.

# hours per week cleaning house

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend cleaning house?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

15.

# minutes per week cleaning house

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend cleaning house?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

16.

# hours per week other household chores

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend doing outdoor and other household maintenance tasks (lawn and yard work, household repair, painting, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

17.

# minutes per week other household chore

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend doing outdoor and other household maintenance tasks (lawn and yard work, household repair, painting, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

18.

# hours per week household shopping

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend shopping for groceries and other household goods?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

19.

# minutes per week household shopping

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend shopping for groceries and other household goods?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

20.

# hours per week washing ironing

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend washing, ironing, mending?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

21.

# minutes per week washing ironing

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend washing, ironing, mending?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

22.

# hours per week paying bills

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend paying bills and keeping financial records?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

23.

# minutes per week paying bills

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend paying bills and keeping financial records?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

24.

# hours per week auto maintenance

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend on automobile maintenance and repair?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

25.

# minutes per week auto maintenance

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend on automobile maintenance and repair?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

26.

# hours per week driving others

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend driving other household members to work, school, or other activities?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

27.

# minutes per week driving others

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend driving other household members to work, school, or other activities?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

28.

# hours per week attending religious svc

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend attending religious services?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

29.

# minutes per week attending religious s

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend attending religious services?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

30.

# hours per week watching TV

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend watching TV?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

31.

# minutes per week watching RV

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

What is the approximate number of hours per week that you spend watching TV?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

32.

hours spent yesterday working for pay

How much time did you spend yesterday working for pay?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

33.

minutes spent yesterday working for pay

How much time did you spend yesterday working for pay?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

34.

hours spent yesterday preparing meals

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday preparing meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

35.

minutes spent yesterday preparing meals

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday preparing meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

36.

hours spent yesterday washing dishes

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday washing dishes and cleaning up after meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

37.

minutes spent yesterday washing dishes

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday washing dishes and cleaning up after meals?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

38.

hours spent yesterday cleaning house

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday cleaning house?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

39.

minutes spent yesterday cleaning house

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday cleaning house?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

40.

hours spent yesterday other chores

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday doing outdoor and other household maintenance tasks (lawn and yard work, household repair, painting, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

41.

minutes spent yesterday other chores

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday doing outdoor and other household maintenance tasks (lawn and yard work, household repair, painting, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

42.

hours spent yesterday household shopping

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much did you spend yesterday shopping for groceries and other household goods?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

43.

minutes spent yesterday household shoppi

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much did you spend yesterday shopping for groceries and other household goods?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

44.

hours spent yesterday washing ; ironing

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday washing, ironing, mending?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

45.

minutes spent yesterday washing ; ironin

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday washing, ironing, mending?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

46.

hours spent yesterday paying bills

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday paying bills and keeping financial records?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

47.

minutes spent yesterday paying bills

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday paying bills and keeping financial records?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

48.

hours spent yesterday auto maintenance

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday on automobile maintenance and repair?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

49.

minutes spent yesterday auto maintenance

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday on automobile maintenance and repair?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

50.

hours spent yesterday driving others

The next questions are about things you do that are not part of paid jobs.

How much time did you spend yesterday driving other household members to work, school, or other activities?

Taken from: Family Interaction, Social Capital, and Trends in Time Use (FISCT), 1998-1999: [United States] - Main Data File.

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