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Respondent #

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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8 digit date YYYYMMDD

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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TIME ZONE

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CENSUS REGION

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CENSUS DIVISION

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ABC STATE NUMBER

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FIPS STATE NUMBER

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Designated Market Area

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MSA Flag

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Metropolitan Statistical Area

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CBSA Type: M=Metropolitan, C=Micropolitan

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Combined Statistical Area

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Core Based Statistical Area

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Metropolitan Division

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FIPS County

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ZIP CODE

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Nielsen County Size

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Urban, Suburban, Rural

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Nielsen Scantrack Market

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Percent Black

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Percent Asian

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Percent Hispanic

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Congressional District

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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RDD Block Count

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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TIMES TRIED

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.1 How satisfied would you say you are with your life overall at the present time:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.2 How would you rate your own personal health - would you say your personal health is:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.3 Apart from the usual minor annoyances of day-to-day life, how often do you personally feel any physical pain related to an ailment, injury or illness:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.4 There are three main classifications of pain....Would you define your usual experience with pain as:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.5 Apart from usual minor annoyances, thinking of your most recent experience with pain, when did it occur:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.6 At its WORST, would you describe this pain as mild, moderate, severe or very severe?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.7 Still thinking about this pain, at its WORST, how would you rate it on a scale of 0 to 10, with 0 being no pain and 10 being the worst pain you can imagine?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.8 Not at its worst, but on AVERAGE, would you describe this pain as mild, moderate, severe or very severe?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.9 Briefly, where specifically in your body did you experience this pain we're discussing - I mean the main area?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.10a As far as you know did a specific medical condition or injury cause this pain, or not?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.10b May I ask what? INTERVIEWER: If multiple conditions or injuries ask: Which one do you think was the main cause?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.11 Have you spoken with a doctor or other health care professional about this pain, or not?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.12 How well do you think this person understood your pain problem:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.13 How much pain relief did you get as a result of seeing this medical professional:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.14 Based on all the things you do to cope or deal with pain in general, overall how much control do you feel you have over pain:

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.15a For each item I name, please tell me whether or not you've ever tried it for pain: Prescription drugs

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.24a Has - Prescription drugs - worked very well, somewhat well, not so well or not well at all?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q15a/Q24a NET

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.15b For each item I name, please tell me whether or not you've ever tried it for pain: Non-prescription or over-the-counter drugs

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.24b Has - non-prescription or over-the-counter drugs - worked very well, somewhat well, not so well or not well at all?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q15b/Q24b NET

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.15c For each item I name, please tell me whether or not you've ever tried it for pain: Home remedies such as a heating pad, ice pack or hot bath or shower

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.24c Has - home remedies such as a heating pad, ice pack or hot bath or shower - worked very well, somewhat well, not so well or not well at all?

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q15c/Q24c NET

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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Q.15d For each item I name, please tell me whether or not you've ever tried it for pain: Bed rest

Taken from: ABC News/USA TODAY/Stanford University Pain Poll, April 2005.

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