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Label/Question
1.

Respondent ID

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

2.

Interview date (yyyymmdd)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

3.

USR code (urbanity)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

4.

Census region

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

5.

First, in order to be sure we are representing the opinions of people in different kinds of households, could you please tell me how many people age 45 or older currently live in this household? ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

6.

How many people between the ages of 23 and 44 now live in this household?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

7.

How many people between the ages of 14 and 22 now live in this household?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

8.

(Which of these people age 14 to 22 had the most recent birthday?) Is this person a male or female?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

9.

How old is this person?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

10.

May I please speak with the parent or legal guardian of this (Insert age) year old (boy | girl)?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

11.

We are conducting this study for a large university interested in health care issues facing young people today. This survey is completely confidential. We would like to interview your (Insert age) year old (son | daughter). Would it be p... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

12.

May I please speak with this (Insert age) year old (male | female)?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

13.

Age

Just to confirm, what is your age?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

14.

Ever smoked cigarette

As I mentioned before, your responses to this survey will be kept completely confidential. Have you ever smoked a cigarette, even one or two puffs? ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

15.

Smoked cigarettes in past 30 days

During the past 30 days, have you smoked any cigarettes?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

16.

Sex

Respondent's sex:

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

17.

In school

On another subject, are you currently in school?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

18.

Education (in school)

What grade or level of school are you in?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

19.

Education (not in school)

What is the last grade or level of school you completed?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

20.

100 smokers/Get lung cancer

Now I would like you to think about people who smoke cigarettes. Out of every 100 cigarette smokers, how many do you think will (Insert)? get lung cancer because they smoke ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

21.

100 smokers/Have heart problems

Now I would like you to think about people who smoke cigarettes. Out of every 100 cigarette smokers, how many do you think will (Insert)? have heart problems, like a heart attack, because they smoke ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

22.

100 smokers/Die from smoking

Now I would like you to think about people who smoke cigarettes. Out of every 100 cigarette smokers, how many do you think will (Insert)? die from a smoking-related illness ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

23.

100 nonsmokers/Get lung cancer

I just asked you about smokers. Now I would like you to think about nonsmokers. Out of every 100 nonsmokers, how many do you think will get lung cancer? ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

24.

Heard/Smoking shortens life

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert) Have you heard this? will most likely shorten a person's life

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

25.

Heard/Smoking dangerous

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert) Have you heard this? is dangerous to a person's health

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

26.

Heard/Smoking bad but not dangerous

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert). Have you heard this? is bad for a person's health but not dangerous

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

27.

Heard/Smoking not bad

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert). Have you heard this? is not bad for a person's health

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

28.

Heard/Smoking keeps weight down

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert). Have you heard this? makes it easier for some people your age to keep their weight down

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

29.

Heard/Smoking relaxes

Some people say that cigarette smoking (Insert). Have you heard this? makes it easier for some people your age to relax and have a good time with friends ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

30.

Risky/Smoking

In your opinion, is (Insert) very risky for a person's health, somewhat risky, only a little risky or not at all risky? smoking

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

31.

Risky/Smoking everyday

In your opinion, is (Insert) very risky for a person's health, somewhat risky, only a little risky or not at all risky? smoking everyday

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

32.

Risky/Smoking once in a while

In your opinion, is (Insert) very risky for a person's health, somewhat risky, only a little risky or not at all risky? smoking only once in a while, say at parties or with friends ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

33.

Smoking personal choice

Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. Here is the (first | next) statement: (Insert) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree? If someone wants to smoke, they sh... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

34.

Smoking harm exaggerated

Please tell me how much you agree or disagree with the following statements. Here is the (first | next) statement: (Insert) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or strongly disagree? The harmful effects of cigarettes ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

35.

Smoking shortens life

In your opinion, is it true or false that smoking two or more packs of cigarettes a week (Insert), or don't you know enough to say? will most likely shorten a person's life4 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

36.

Smoking increases lung cancer chances

In your opinion, is it true or false that smoking two or more packs of cigarettes a week (Insert), or don't you know enough to say? increases a person's chances of getting lung cancer5 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

37.

Times smoking increases lung cancer chances

On average, how much does smoking two or more packs a week increase a person's chances of getting lung cancer? Would you say smokers are about twice as likely to get lung cancer, five times as likely, 10 to 20 times or 50 times as likely... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

38.

Years smoking shortens life

On average, by how many years does smoking two or more packs a week shorten a person's life? Would you say a few months, one year, five to 10 years or 20 years? ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

39.

Pregnant smokers risk birth defects

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Women who smoke while pregnant increase the chances their baby will be born with health problems.10 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

40.

Nonsmokers die from breathing smoke

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Each year thousands of nonsmokers die from breathing other people's smok11 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

41.

More die from guns and cars than smoking

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Each year more people die from gunshots and car accidents than die from smokin12 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

42.

Risky/Getting drunk regularly

On another subject, would you say (Insert) is very risky for a person's health, somewhat risky, only a little risky or not risky at all? getting drunk regularly ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

43.

Risky/Smoking marijuana regularly

On another subject, would you say (Insert) is very risky for a person's health, somewhat risky, only a little risky or not risky at all? smoking marijuana regularly ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

44.

Smoking can damage young people's health

Which of these two statements comes closer to what you think? You can just tell me the letter of the statement.

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

45.

Smoking makes athletics harder

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Smoking makes it harder for people your age to participate in athletics.14 ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

46.

Smoking keeps weight down

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Smoking makes it easier for some people your age to keep their weight down. ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

47.

Smoking relaxes

For each of the following statements, please tell me if you think it is true or false or if you don't know enough to say. Smoking makes it easier for some people your age to relax and have a good time with friends. ... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

48.

How hard to quit smoking

In your opinion, once someone is smoking two or more packs a week, how easy or hard is it for them to quit and never smoke again? Is it ...

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

49.

Cigarettes contain addictive chemical

In your opinion, is it true or false that a chemical in cigarettes makes smoking addictive, or don't you know enough to say?

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

50.

Four young smokers actually quit in 5 years

I would like you to imagine four people your ag Each now smokes two or more packs a week but says they want to quit and will do so sometime in the next five years. Of these four people, how many do you think will actually quit in the nex... (view details)

Taken from: Annenberg Tobacco Risk Study, 1999: [United States].

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