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SEQUENTIAL RECORD IDENTIFIER

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Respondent Number

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Area Code

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Exchange

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Last Four

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Completed Interview

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Cover Sheet

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Number of Adults

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Number of Women

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Day of Interview

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Sex

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Interviewer's ID Number

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Interviewer's Sex

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Interviewer's Race

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Flip Variable

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Day of Survey

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

National Illness/Disease

Think about some serious diseases or medical problems facing the country today. Which two or three do you think are the most serious? [IF CANCER, ASK] What type of cancer? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Personal Illness/Disease

Now think about your own situation. Which two or three diseases or medical problems are you most concerned about getting? [IF CANCER, ASK] What type of cancer? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Reason for Illness

Is that because of your family history, or some other reason? [IF OTHER, ASK] What is the reason?

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

More Funds for Men/Women

Do you think the federal government spends more money researching health problems as they relate to men or more money researching health problems as they relate to women? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Informed Health Issues

In general, when it comes to health problems that could affect you, do you think you are very informed, somewhat informed, not too informed, or not at all informed? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Women Informed Health

In general, when it comes to health problems that affect women specifically, do you think most women are very informed, somewhat informed, not too much informed, or not at all informed? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Men Informed Health

In general, when it comes to health problems that affect men specifically, do you think most men are very informed, somewhat informed, not too informed, or not at all informed? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Get Health Information

Where would you say you get most of your information about health- related issues? [DO NOT READ CODES] [IF THE NEWS, ASK] Is that TV, radio, magazines, or newspapers? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

Attention Health Stories

There are often a lot of reports of medical studies in the news about women's health issues. In general, how much attention do you pay to women's health reports -- a lot, some, not much, or no attention at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: CBS News/New York Times Women's Health Poll, May 1997.

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