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Respondent ID

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


Name
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Area

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


Name
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3.

Gender

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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4.

Could you please tell me your age?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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1-1.There are plenty of job opportunities in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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1-2.The price of living in my city is high.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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2-1.My city allows easy access to culture and leisure facilities.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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2-2.There are many things in my city that I can proudly introduce to visitors.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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2-3.I am satisfied with the quality of education in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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3-1. In times of personal or family crisis, I can turn to the city's public institutions and facilities for help.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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3-2.My city is a good place to rear and care for children.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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3-3.My city has many facilities for the socially disadvantaged people such as the old, the handicapped, and the poor.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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3-4.I am satisfied with the quality of health care in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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4-1. I feel safe walking around the city at night.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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4-2.I feel safe from the danger of various accidents such as car accidents, fires, and building collapses.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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5-1.I feel safe when I drink publicly provided water

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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5-2.Air pollution is a serious problem in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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6-1.It is convenient to use public transportation e.g., subways, trains, or buses. in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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6-2.There are many places in my neighborhood or within walking distance from the place that I live, where I can sit and relax, or talk peacefully to neighbors and friends.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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6-3.I can easily walk to buy groceries at shops in my neighborhood or within walking distance to the place that I live.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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7-1.It is easy to get information about my city via internet.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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7-2.The city government does a good job addressing citizen concerns and requests.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


Name
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7-3.The city administration is transparent.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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8-1.I try to have my friends or neighbors come over to my home as frequently as possible.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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8-2.There are many opportunities for volunteer activities in my city.

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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9.How is your health in general?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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10.How proud are you of residing in the city?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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11.How happy are you now?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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D1.Could you please tell me your education level?

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D2.What is the level of your household income?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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D3.Could you please tell me your occupation?

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D4.Could you please tell me your marital status?

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D5.Could you please tell me your religion?

Taken from: Assessing Happiness and Competitiveness of World Major Metropolises, 2006.


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OCC_IN_W

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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OCC_W_SU

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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OCC_HOH

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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OCC_H_SU

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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ROW_LABE

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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WEIGHT_A

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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WEIGHT_B

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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DE_CASE_

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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AREA_COD

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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DEMO_SER

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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DE_SCREE

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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CARD_21

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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D1

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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D2A

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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D2B

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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D4

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.


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D5

Taken from: British Crime Survey, 1988 - Demographic File.

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