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CASEID

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

Q1

Let me begin with a few questions about your neighborhood. Thinking generally about your neighborhood, how satisfied are you with it? ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I2

Do you feel safe walking your neighborhood streets at night?

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I3

Have you been thinking seriously about moving, or do you plan to stay where you are?

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I4A

On a different topic, we are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Many economists feel that people's incomes are not keeping up with the cost of living and the performance of the economy is not good. How abo... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I4B

On a different topic, we are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Many economists feel that the rate of inflation is quite low and the performance of the economy is quite good. How about you? In general, wo... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I4C

On a different topic, we are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. How about you? In general, would you say that you and your family are better off, worse off, or about the same financially compared with a ye... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I4D

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I4E

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I5

How about your neighborhood? (Would you say that most families in your neighborhood are better off, worse off, or about the same financially compared with a year ago?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I6

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I7

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I11

Now let's talk about the country as a whole. Would you say that most families in the country are better off, worse off, or about the same financially compared with a year ago? ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I12

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

I13

Would you say:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D1

Now I'd like to ask you some questions to help us group answers for our analysis. What is your marital status? Are you currently: ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D2

INTERVIEWER: RECORD GENDER OF RESPONDENT ASK IF NECESSARY: I'm required to ask your gender. Are you:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D3

Do you currently consider yourself [religion]:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D5

To you go to [FILL CHURCH]:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D6

Some Christians consider themselves to be "born again," because they have had a personal conversion experience. Do you consider yourself to be "born again" in this way? ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D7

Currently, are you working for pay, temporarily unemployed, retired, keeping house, a student or doing something else?

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D8

How would you describe your job? Is it:

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

D10

How concerned are you that you or anyone else you know will be laid off or out of work in the next year?

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

NIM1

Now let's shift our attention to another area. From time to time, people discuss important matters with other people. Looking back over the last few months, I'd like to know the people you talked with about matters that are important to ... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

NPO1

Now let's shift our attention to another area. From time to time, people discuss government, elections and politics with other people. I'd like to know the people you talk with about matters that are important to you. These people might... (view details)

Taken from: Indianapolis-St. Louis Election Study, 1996-1997 - Wave 1, Main Respondent, Substantive.

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