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Respondent #

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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TIME ZONE

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CENSUS REGION

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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CENSUS DIVISION

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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ABC STATE NUMBER

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Metropolitan Statistical Area

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Designated Market Area

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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FIPS County

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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TIMES TRIED

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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GENDER ASKED FOR AT INTRO

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.1 How would you rate your own personal health - would you say your personal health is excellent, good, not so good or

1. How would you rate your own personal health - would you say your personal health is excellent, good, not so good or poor?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.3a For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally Eating a healthy and balanced diet wit

3. For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally ­ very important, somewhat important, not too important or not important at all. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: How important is (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.3b For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally Getting vigorous physical exercise on

3. For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally ­ very important, somewhat important, not too important or not important at all. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: How important is (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.3c For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally Enjoying life without worrying too mu

3. For each item I name, please tell me how important it is to you personally ­ very important, somewhat important, not too important or not important at all. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: How important is (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4a For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Heart d

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4b For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Cancer

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4c For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - AIDS

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4d For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Cigaret

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4e For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Illegal

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4f For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Alcohol

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4g For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Obesity

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.4h For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country - Childho

4. For each item I name, please tell me how serious a public health problem you think it is in this country ­ extremely serious, very serious, somewhat serious, or less serious than that. The first is (READ ITEM). How about (NEXT ITEM)? (... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5a In terms of addressing the problem of Heart disease do you think the federal government is doing too much, too lit

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5b In terms of addressing the problem of Cancer do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5c In terms of addressing the problem of AIDS do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or ab

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5d In terms of addressing the problem of Cigarette smoking do you think the federal government is doing too much, too

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5e In terms of addressing the problem of Illegal drug abuse do you think the federal government is doing too much, to

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5f In terms of addressing the problem of Alcohol abuse do you think the federal government is doing too much, too lit

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5g In terms of addressing the problem of Obesity, that is, people being seriously overweight do you think the federal

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.5h In terms of addressing the problem of Childhood obesity in particular do you think the federal government is doing

5. In terms of addressing the problem of (READ ITEM) do you think the federal government is doing too much, too little or about the right amount? How about the problem of (NEXT ITEM)? (IF NEEDED: In terms of addressing the problem of (ITE... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.6 On the average day, about how many hours do you personally watch television?

6. On the average day, about how many hours do you personally watch television?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.7 How many hours do you spend using the internet or e-mail in a typical week, not counting the times you do so for wo

7. How many hours do you spend using the internet or e-mail in a typical week, not counting the times you do so for work? INTERVIEWER NOTE: THIS IS "HOURS PER WEEK". ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.8 Do you find the time to get any moderate to vigorous physical exercise in an average week, or not? That means exerc

8. Do you find the time to get any moderate to vigorous physical exercise in an average week, or not? That means exercise that increases heart rate and breathing. ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.9 Is that more likely to be moderate exercise, which produces a small increase in heart rate and breathing large incr

IF Q8=1, EXERCISES: 9. Is that more likely to be moderate exercise, which produces a small increase in heart rate and breathing; or vigorous exercise, which produces a large increase in heart rate and breathing? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.10 About how many times a week do you get exercise?

IF Q8=1, EXERCISES: 10. About how many times a week do you get exercise?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.11 And for about how many minutes on average do you exercise each time?

IF Q8=1, EXERCISES: 11. And for about how many minutes on average do you exercise each time?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.12 Do you feel that you probably get as much physical exercise as you should, or do you think you should probably be

12. Do you feel that you probably get as much physical exercise as you should, or do you think you should probably be getting more physical exercise? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.13 Do you have any children between the ages of six and 17 living at home, or not? IF YES: Would that be one child, o

13. Do you have any children between the ages of six and 17 living at home, or not? IF YES: Would that be one child, or more than one? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.13a Is that a boy or a girl?

ASK IF Q13=1, ONE CHILD ROTATE ORDER OF BOY/GIRL: 13a. Is that a (boy) or a (girl)?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.13b Thinking about the child who had the most recent birthday, is that a boy or a girl?

ASK IF Q13=2, MORE THAN ONE CHILD ROTATE ORDER OF BOY/GIRL: 13b. Thinking about the child who had the most recent birthday, is that a (boy) or a (girl)? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.14 On the average day, about how many hours does ..... watch television?

ASK IF Q13=1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 14. On the average day, about how many hours does (he/she/your child) watch television? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.15 Not including homework, just on ..... own, about how many hours a week would you say your child uses the internet,

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 15. Not including homework, just on (his/her/his or her) own, about how many hours a week would you say your child uses the internet, e-mail or computer games, if any? INTERVIEWER NOTE: THIS... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.16 Do you feel that your child probably gets as much physical exercise as ..... should, or do you think ..... should

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 16. Do you feel that your child probably gets as much physical exercise as (he/she/he or she) should, or do you think (he/she/he or she) should probably be getting more physical exercise? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.17 As far as you're aware, does your child have a physical education class at school, or not?

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 17. As far as you're aware, does your child have a physical education class at school, or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.18 How many days a week does your child have a physical education class at school, if you happen to know?

ASK IF Q17 = 1, YES, HAS PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS AT SCHOOL: 18. How many days a week does your child have a physical education class at school, if you happen to know? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.19 Does your child participate in any regularly scheduled after-school or weekend sports activities, or not?

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 19. Does your child participate in any regularly scheduled after-school or weekend sports activities, or not? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.20 How much of a say ..... have in deciding what foods your family eats - do they have a great deal of say, a good am

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 20. How much of a say (does your child/do your children) have in deciding what foods your family eats ­ do they have a great deal of say, a good amount, just some or hardly any? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.21 The child we've discussed- would you say ..... is very overweight, somewhat overweight, about right, somewhat unde

ASK IF Q13 =1,2 (HAS A CHILD/CHILDREN AGE 6-17: 21. The child we've discussed­ would you say (he/she/he or she) is very overweight, somewhat overweight, about right, somewhat underweight, or very underweight? ... (view details)

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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Q.22 About how often in an average week do you eat a meal at any restaurant?

22. About how often in an average week do you eat a meal at any restaurant?

Taken from: ABC News/Time Magazine Obesity Poll, May 2004 .

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