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Name
Label/Question
1.

INTERVIEW ID

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

2.

SAMPLE TYPE

First digit of 5 digit ID number.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

3.

PREVIOUS INTERVIEW ID

Code actual number (0001-0350).

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

4.

MATCH CODE

Code actual number (201-989).

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

5.

INTERVIEWER ID

Interviewer ID number.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

6.

DATE INT BEGAN-MO

Month interview began.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

7.

DATE INT BEGAN-DAY

Day interview began.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

8.

DATE INT BEGAN-YR

Year interview began.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

9.

DATE CONCLUDE-MO

Month interview concluded.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

10.

DATE CONCLUDE-DAY

Day interview concluded.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

11.

DATE CONCLUDE-YR

Year interview concluded.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

12.

LENGTH OF INTERVIEW

Code actual number of minutes.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

13.

INTERVIEW INTERRUPT

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

14.

RECONTACT OR RDD

INTERVIEWER CHECKPOINT.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

15.

SAMPLE ID

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

16.

MORE THAN 1 PHONE #

Do all of the telephones in your home have the same number, or do you have more than one telephone number in your home?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

17.

# PHONE NUMBERS IN HHD

Altogether, how many different telephone numbers are there in your home? [DO NOT INCLUDE CELL PHONES.]

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

18.

# PHONE NUMBERS FOR BUS ONLY

How many of these telephone numbers are for business use only?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

19.

CODER ID

Coder's ID number.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

20.

R AGE 6-GROUP

Age summary based on month/year of birth.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

21.

EDUCATION OF RESPONDENT

Respondent education summary.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

22.

SPOUSE AGE 6-GROUP

Spouse's age summary based on month/year of birth.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

23.

EDUCATION OF SPOUSE

Spouse's education summary.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

24.

REGION OF RESIDENCE

Respondent's region of residence.

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

25.

SURVEY YEAR & MONTH

Survey date (year and month).

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

26.

DATE OF PREVIOUS INTERVIEW

Date of previous interview (year and month).

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

27.

ADULT WEIGHT

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

28.

HOUSEHOLD WEIGHT

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

29.

ADULT HEAD WEIGHT

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

30.

HOUSEHOLD HEAD WEIGHT

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

31.

PERSONAL FINANCES B/W YEAR AGO

We are interested in how people are getting along financially these days. Would you say that you (and your family living there) are better off or worse off financially than you were a year ago? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

32.

REASONS: FINANCES B/W YR AGO (1)

Why do you say so? Are there any other reasons?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

33.

REASONS: FINANCES B/W YR AGO (2)

Why do you say so? Are there any other reasons?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

34.

PERSONAL FINANCES B/W NEXT YEAR

Now looking ahead - do you think that a year from now you (and your family living there) will be better off financially, or worse off, or just about the same as now? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

35.

ECONOMY GOOD/BAD NEXT YEAR

Now turning to business conditions in the country as a whole - do you think that during the next 12 months we'll have good times financially, or bad times, or what? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

36.

ECONOMY BETTER/WORSE YEAR AGO

Would you say that at the present time business conditions are better or worse than they were a year ago?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

37.

NEWS HEARD OF CHANGES IN BUS COND (1)

During the last few months, have you heard of any favorable or unfavorable changes in business conditions?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

38.

NEWS HEARD OF CHANGES IN BUS COND (2)

What did you hear? (Have you heard of any other favorable or unfavorable changes in business conditions?)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

39.

ECONOMY BETTER/WORSE NEXT YEAR

And how about a year from now, do you expect that in the country as a whole business conditions will be better, or worse than they are at present, or just about the same? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

40.

ECONOMY GOOD/BAD NEXT 5 YEARS

Looking ahead, which would you say is more likely - that in the country as a whole we'll have continuous good times during the next 5 years or so, or that we will have periods of widespread unemployment or depression, or what? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

41.

GOVERNMENT ECONOMIC POLICY

As to the economic policy of the government, I mean steps taken to fight inflation or unemployment, would you say the government is doing a good job, only fair, or a poor job? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

42.

UNEMPLOYMENT MORE/LESS NEXT YEAR

How about people out of work during the coming 12 months - do you think that there will be more unemployment than now, about the same, or less? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

43.

INTEREST RATES UP/DOWN NEXT YEAR

No one can say for sure, but what do you think will happen to interest rates for borrowing money during the next 12 months - will they go up, stay the same, or go down? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

44.

PRICES UP/DOWN NEXT YEAR

During the next 12 months, do you think that prices in general will go up, or go down, or stay where they are now? Do you mean that prices will go up at the same rate as now, or that prices in general will not go up during the next 12 months? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

45.

PRICES % UP/DOWN NEXT YEAR

By about what percent do you expect prices to go (up/down) on the average, during the next 12 months? (How many cents on the dollar do you expect prices to go (up/down) on the average, during the next 12 months?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

46.

CENT/PERCENT FORM 1-YR PRICE

SUMMARY QUESTION

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

47.

UNROUNDED % 1YR PRICE

By about what percent do you expect prices to go (up/down) on the average, during the next 12 months?

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

48.

PRICES UP/DOWN NEXT 5 YEARS

What about the outlook for prices over the next 5 to 10 years? Do you think prices will be higher, about the same, or lower, 5 to 10 years from now? (Do you mean that prices will go up at the same rate as now, or that prices in general will not go... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

49.

PRICES % UP/DOWN NEXT 5 YEARS

By about what percent per year do you expect prices to go (up/down) on the average, during the next 5 to 10 years? (How many cents on the dollar per year do you expect prices to go (up/down) on the average, during the next 5 to 10 years?) ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

50.

CENT/PERCENT FORM 5-YR PRICE

SUMMARY QUESTION

Taken from: Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, January 2003.

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