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Name
Label/Question
1.

USA1 or USA2

USA1 or USA2

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
2.

IDNUM

IDNUM

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
3.

Population Weight to US Population over Age 18: 209,128,094

Population Weight to US Population over Age 18: 209,128,094

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
4.

Population Weight back to Sample

Population Weight back to Sample

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
5.

Imported - Sample Var

Imported - Sample Var

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
6.

Date of Interview

Date of Interview

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
7.

Duration in seconds

Duration in seconds

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
8.

Imported - Variable

Imported - Variable

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
9.

Language

Language

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
10.

Citizen of the United States

Are you a citizen of the United States? ?Es usted ciudadano de los Estados Unidos?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
11.

Born in the United States

Were you born in the United States? ?Usted naci? en los Estado Unidos?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
12.

Years of residence in the United States

How long have you been living in the United States? (IWR: ROUND TO CLOSEST # OF YEARS. IF IN COUNTRY LESS THAN 6 MONTHS CODE AS 0) ?Cuanto tiempo a estado usted viviendo en los Estados Unidos? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
13.

Country R was born in

In what country were you born? ?En que pa?s naci? usted?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
14.

Parents born in the United States

Were your parents born in the United States? (IWR CLARIFY: "Both of them?") ?Su padre y madre nacieron en los Estados Unidos? (IWR CLARIFY: "?Los Dos?") (IWR PROBE:"Le estamos preguntando de sus padres naturales/biolojicos .") ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
15.

Thinking about all four of your grandparents, how many of them were born in the United States?

Thinking about all four of your grandparents, how many of them were born in the United States? (CLARIFICATION: "We are asking about your biological grandparents.") ?pensando en todos los cuatro de sus abuelos, cuantos de ellos nacieron en los E... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
16.

Countries ancestors came from (First country R identified)

What countries did your ancestors come from? ?De que pa?ses vienen sus antepasados?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
17.

Countries ancestors came from (Second country R identified)

What countries did your ancestors come from? (Second country R identified) ?De que pa?ses vienen sus antepasados?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
18.

Countries ancestors come from (Third country R identified)

What countries did your ancestors come from? (Third country R identified) ?De que pa?ses vienen sus antepasados?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
19.

Country R identifies with most (first, second, or third mention in Q7)

Which of those countries do you identify with most? ?Con cu?les de esos pa?ses usted mas se identifica?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
20.

Hispanic or Latin origin or descent

Are you of Hispanic or Latin origin or descent? ?Eres de origen o descendencia Hispano o Latino?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
21.

Primary language spoken in R's home

What is the primary language spoken in your home? ?Cual es el principal idioma que se habla en su hogar?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
22.

Race R self-identifies

What race do you consider yourself to be... (white, black, asian, native american, or some other race)? ?De que raza usted se considera ser.(blanca, negra, Asi?tica, Nativa Americana o alguna otra raza)? ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
23.

Recode of open-ended race question from Q11 and Q9

Recode of open-ended race question from Q11 and Q9

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
24.

Does R describe them self as (Q8, ANCESTID)

Do you describe yourself as ? (IWR: IF THE NAME OF THE COUNTRY OF ANCESTRY APPEARS IN THE QUESTION READ THE NAME AS AN ETHNICITY. FOR EXAMPLE: PUERTO RICO WOULD BE READ AS PUERTO RICAN) Se describe usted a si m... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
25.

Does R describe them self as (Q11 and Q9, RACE)?

Do you describe yourself as ? Se describe usted a si mismo/a como ?

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
26.

Does R describe them self as an American?

Do you describe yourself as an American? Se describe usted a si mismo/a como Americano/a

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
27.

How R thinks of them self most of the time - country of origin, race, or as an American

Which one of those best describes how you think of yourself most of the time? (IWR: IF THE NAME OF THE COUNTRY OF ANCESTRY APPEARS IN CATEGORY 1 READ THE NAME AS AN ETHNICITY. FOR EXAMPLE: PUERTO RICO WOULD BE READ AS PUERTO RICAN) ?Cuales de es... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
28.

Importance of being (Q8, ANCESTID) to R

How important is being to you, is it very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant? Que tan importante es para usted ser es muy importante, algo importante, algo si... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
29.

Immigrants from foreign countries who are permitted to come to the United States to live should be increased, decreased or left the same as it is now

Now I have some questions about immigration policy in the United States. Do you think the number of immigrants from foreign countries who are permitted to come to the United States to live should be increased, decreased or left the same as it is n... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
30.

People who immigrated LEGALLY should be allowed to benefit from government assistance programs

Do you think that people who immigrated LEGALLY should be allowed to benefit from government assistance programs like Medicaid and food stamps? ?Usted cree que gente que emigr? LEGALMENTE se les deber?a permitir que se beneficien de programas de a... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
31.

What about people who immigrated ILLEGALLY should be allowed to benefit from government assistance programs

What about people who immigrated ILLEGALLY? (Do you think they should be allowed to benefit from government assistance programs like Medicaid and food stamps?) ?Y que tal las personas que emigraron ILEGALMENTE?(Se les deber?a permitir que se bene... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
32.

Being born in America -important in making someone a true American

Being born in America. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) A ver nacido en Am?rica (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importante, algo ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
33.

Being a Christian - important in making someone a true American

Being a Christian. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Ser Cristiano (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importante, algo importante, A... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
34.

Having European ancestors - important in making someone a true American

Having European ancestors. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Tener antepasados Europeos (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importa... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
35.

Being white - important in making someone a true American

Being white. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Ser Blanco. (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importante, algo importante, Algo sin ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
36.

Pursuing economic success through hard work - important in making someone a true American

Pursuing economic success through hard work. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Seguir el ?xito econ?mico a trav?s de grandes sacrifici... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
37.

Respecting America's political institutions and laws - important in making someone a true American

Respecting America's political institutions and laws. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Respetar las leyes Americanas y instituciones ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
38.

Having American citizenship - important in making someone a true American

Having American citizenship.(Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Tener la ciudadan?a Americana(Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importan... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
39.

Letting other people say what they want, no matter how much other people disagree with them -important in making someone a true American

Letting other people say what they want, no matter how much other people disagree with them. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Dejar a ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
40.

Doing volunteer work in one's community - important in making someone a true American

Doing volunteer work in one's community. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Darse de voluntario en su propia comunidad. (Usted dir?a que... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
41.

Thinking of oneself as American - important in making someone a true American

Thinking of oneself as American. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Verse a si mismo como Americano/a (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser mu... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
42.

Being informed about local and national politics - important in making someone a true American

Being informed about local and national politics. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Estar informado/a acerca de la pol?tica local y na... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
43.

Being involved in local and national politics - important in making someone a true American

Being involved in local and national politics. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Estar envuelto/a en la pol?tica local y nacional (Uste... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
44.

Carrying on the cultural traditions of one's ancestors, such as the language and food -important in making someone a true American

Carrying on the cultural traditions of one's ancestors, such the language and food. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Seguir las tradi... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
45.

Respecting other people's cultural differences - important in making someone a true American

Respecting other people's cultural differences. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Respetar las diferencias de cultura de otras personas... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
46.

Blending into the larger society - important in making someone a true American

Blending into the larger society.(Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Asimilarse/mezclarse en la sociedad (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
47.

Seeing people of all backgrounds as American - important in making someone a true American

Seeing people of all backgrounds as American. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Ver a la gente de todo tipo de descendencia como Ameri... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
48.

Being able to speak English - important in making someone a true American

Being able to speak English. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Poder hablar el Ingles (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy importante, a... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
49.

Feeling American - important in making someone a true American

What about FEELING American. (Would you say that it should be very important, somewhat important, somewhat unimportant, or very unimportant in making someone a true American) Que de sentirse Americano/a . (Usted dir?a que deber?a de ser muy import... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
50.

When R thinks of the American people, R thinks of people who are a lot like themselves

When I think of the American people, I think of people who are a lot like me. (Do you...) Cuando pienso en la gente Americana, pienso en personas quienes se parecen mucho a mi. ... (view details)

Taken from: 21st Century Americanism: Nationally Representative Survey of the United States Population, 2004 - Public-Use Data.

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