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Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Poststratification weights - total qualified households (household level weights)

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Poststratification weights - total qualified respondents (respondent level weights)

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Interview start time

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Interview finish time

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Interview duration in minutes

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Household Number

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Spouse/Partner age

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

Are you married to or a partner with the [xsage]-year old [if ppgender=1 woman; if ppgender=2 man] living in your household?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How well does your partner meet your needs?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

In general, how satisfied are you with your relationship?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do you wish you hadnt gotten into this relationship?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do you love your partner?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How many problems are there in your relationship?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

I find it relatively easy to get close to my partner and am comfortable depending on him/her and having him/her depend on me. I dont often worry about my partner abandoning or getting too close to me.

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

I am somewhat uncomfortable being close to my partner; I find it difficult to trust him/her completely, difficult to allow myself to depend on him/her. I am nervous when he/she gets too close. Often, he/she wants me to be more intimate than I feel comfort

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

I find that my partner is reluctant to get as close as I would like. I often worry that my partner doesnt really love me or wont want to stay with me. My desire to get as close as possible to my partner sometimes seems to scare him/her away.

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

To what extent have you felt close/connected in your interactions with your partner in the last 6 months?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do you feel that you and your partner share and are working together towards your financial goals for the future?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do you feel that you and your partner share and are working together towards other goals for the future?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How likely is it that you will still be in this relationship 1 year from now?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do you think about leaving this relationship?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much do financial matters influence whether you stay in this relationship?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How has your overall financial situation changed over the past year? Would you say

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

How much does your own personal income contribute to the total household income?

Taken from: Familial Responses to Financial Instability, "It's All Your Fault": Predictors and Implications of Blame in Couples Under Economic Strain, 2009 [United States].

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