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SUBJECT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (1)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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CARD NUMBER (1)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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1A.NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS YOUR FAMILY

1a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - nuclear power plants? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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1B.NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS AMERICAN PUBLIC

1b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - nuclear power plants?

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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2A.HIGH VOLTAGE POWER LINES YOUR FAMILY

2a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - high voltage power lines? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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2B.HIGH VOLTAGE POWER LINES U.S. PUBLIC

2b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - high voltage power lines?

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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3A.NUCLEAR WASTE YOUR FAMILY

3a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - nuclear waste? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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3B.NUCLEAR WASTE AMERICAN PUBLIC

3b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - nuclear waste?

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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4A.AIDS YOUR FAMILY

4a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - AIDS? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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4B.AIDS AMERICAN PUBLIC

4b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - AIDS?

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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5A.STREET DRUGS YOUR FAMILY

5a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - street drugs (heroin, cocaine, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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5B.STREET DRUGS AMERICAN PUBLIC

5b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - street drugs (heroin, cocaine, etc.)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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6A.COAL/OIL BURNING PLANTS YOUR FAMILY

6a. In thinking about yourself and your family, would you say there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or high health risk from - coal burning and oil burning power plants? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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6B.COAL/OIL BURNING PLANTS U.S. PUBLIC

6b. Using the same scale, how would you rate the health risk to the American public as a whole from - coal burning and oil burning power plants? ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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7.RADON IN THE HOME

7. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or h... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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8.MEDICAL X-RAYS

8. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or h... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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9.CHEMICAL POLLUTION IN THE ENVIRONMENT

9. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or h... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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10.PESTICIDES IN FOOD

10. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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11.CIGARETTE SMOKING

11. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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12.BACTERIA IN FOOD

12. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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13.DRINKING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

13. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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14.USE OF GENETIC BACTERIA IN AGRICULTURE

14. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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15.MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

15. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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16.DEPLETION OF THE OZONE LAYER

16. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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17.OUTDOOR AIR QUALITY

17. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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18.CLIMATE CHANGE

18. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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19.FOOD IRRADIATION

19. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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20.SUNTANNING

20. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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21.STRESS

21. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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22.VIDEO DISPLAY TERMINALS

22. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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23.STORMS AND FLOODS

23. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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24.COMMERCIAL AIR TRAVEL

24. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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25.BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS

25. For the next items, please indicate your opinion on the health risks only for the American public as a whole. For each item, please tell me whether you think there is almost no health risk, slight health risk, moderate health risk, or ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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26.ABSENCE OF STRONG NATIONAL LEADERSHIP

26. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Absence of strong national leadership ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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27.RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH NUCLEAR POWER

27. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Risks associated with nuclear power ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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28.DECLINE IN MORAL VALUES

28. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Decline in moral values ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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29.DECLINE OF U.S. DOMINANT WORLD POWER

29. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Decline of U.S. as a dominant world powe... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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30.ECONOMIC TROUBLES

30. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Economic troubles: including unemploymen... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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31.ENERGY CRISIS

31. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Energy crisis: need for conservation and... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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32.RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH TECHNOLOGY

32. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Risks associated with technology ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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33.LOSS OF ANIMAL AND PLANT SPECIES

33. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Loss of animal and plant species ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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34.OVERPOPULATION

34. When asked to think broadly about the kind of problems facing society today, some people mention the concerns listed below. For each one, please indicate how important a problem you think it is.-Overpopulation ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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35.I LIVE NEAR SER ENVIRMNT HLTH PROBLMS

35. There are serious environmental health problems where I live.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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36.LAND, AIR, AND WATER CONTAMINATED

36. The land, air, and water around us are, in general, more contaminated now than ever before.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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37.PERSON EXPOSED TO CHEMICAL, GET CANCER

37. If a person is exposed to a chemical that can cause cancer, then that person will probably get cancer some day.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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38.SUBST CAUSNG CANCR ANIMLS ALSO HUMANS

38. If a scientific study produces evidence that a substance causes cancer in animals, then we can be reasonably sure that the substance will cause cancer in humans. ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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39.GOVERNMENT WILL REGULATE SER HEALTH

39. When there is a really serious health problem, the government will regulate it. Until they alert me about a specific problem, I don't really have to worry. ... (view details)

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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40.I TRY TO AVOID CONTACT WITH CHEMICALS

40. I try hard to avoid contact with chemicals and chemical products in my daily life.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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41.RISK-FREE ENVIRONMENT IS ATTAINABLE

41. I believe that a risk-free environment is an attainable goal in America.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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42.ACCEPT RISKS TO HEALTH FOR ECONOMY

42. We should be prepared to accept some risks to our health in order to strengthen the economy.

Taken from: Comparison of Risk Attitudes and Perceptions in Japan and the United States, 1993 - United States (Oregon) Data.

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