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Name
Label/Question
1.

Sequential Record Identifier

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
2.

ID ASSIGNED BY NORC

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
3.

CURRENT POL CASE NUMBER

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
4.

POL PRIMARY SAMPLE UNIT CODE

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
5.

Time Zone

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
6.

Number of calls

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
7.

Number of contacts

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
8.

Date survey completed

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
9.

Time survey completed

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
10.

Length of interview: number of complete hours

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
11.

Length of interview: number of complete mins. in addition to completed hrs.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
12.

Length of interview: number of complete mins. in addition to completed hrs./mins.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
13.

STATNID

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
14.

Survey Instrument

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
15.

Begin interview?

If you have a few minutes, I would like to continue with the interview. May we begin now?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
16.

Marital Status

First, are you currently married, in a marriage-like relationship, widowed, divorced, separated, or have you never been married? [IF MORE THAN ONE STATUS, CODE SMALLEST # MENTIONED]. ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
17.

How long have you been married? Measured in years

[ASK IF Q1=999] SCREEN NOT USED FOR SINGLES VERSION.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
18.

Is this your first marriage?

[ASK IF Q1=999] SCREEN NOT USED FOR SINGLES VERSION.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
19.

Interest in politics and public affairs

How interested are you in politics and public affairs? Are you very interested, somewhat interested, only slightly interested, or not at all interested in politics and public affairs? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
20.

Discuss politics & pub affairs w/others

How often do you discuss politics and public affairs with others -- every day, nearly every day, once or twice a week, less than once a week, or never? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
21.

Discuss politics with spouse

[ASK IF Q1=999] SCREEN NOT USED FOR SINGLES VERSION.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
22.

Party affiliation

Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent, or what?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
23.

Pol affiliation-Other

[ASK IF Q13=4] Please specify.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
24.

Strong or not very strong Republican

[ASK IF Q13=1] Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not very strong Republican?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
25.

Strong or not very strong Democrat

[ASK IF Q13=2] Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not very strong Democrat?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
26.

Closer to which party-Independents

[ASK IF Q13>2] Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party or to the Democratic Party?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
27.

You or your family own or pay rent

Now on a different subject, where you live now, do you or your family own your home or pay rent?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
28.

Housing-other

[ASK IF Q18=3] Please specify.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
29.

Employment status

Last week, were you working full-time for pay, working part-time for pay, going to school, keeping house, or something else? [ENTER ONE CODE ONLY. IF R DESCRIBES MORE THAN ONE ACTIVITY -- ENTER SMALLEST CODE MENTIONED.] ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
30.

Work/school status-other

[ASK IF Q20=9] Other activity.

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
31.

JBEVER_SINGLE. Worked for 1 full year before retirement

Before you retired, did you work for as long as one full year?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
32.

Q22. Worked for 1 full year before retirement

[ASK IF Q20=7] Before you retired, did you work for as long as one full year?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
33.

Last 5 years, worked for 1 full year (not working)

[ASK IF Q20=4, OR Q20=5, OR Q20=6] In the last five years, did you work for as long as one full year?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
34.

Type of Job

What kind of work did you do, that is, what was your job called? [IF NECESSARY, PROBE:] What were your main duties, that is, what you actually did in your job? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
35.

Job title/response for past job-1

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1 What kind of work did you do, that is, what was your job called? [IF NECESSARY, PROBE:] What were your main duties, that is, what you actually did in your job? [PROBE FOR WHAT R NORMALLY DID. WE ARE INTERESTED IN THE JOB THEY ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
36.

Job title/response for past job-2

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1 ENTER TEXT FOR TYPE OF JOB]

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
37.

Job title/responsibilities-1

[ASK IF Q20<4] What kind of work do you do, that is, what is your job called? [RECORD VERBATIM] [IF NECESSARY, PROBE:] What are your main duties, that is, what you actually do in your job? [PROBE FOR WHAT R NORMALLY DOES AT THEIR MAIN JOB AND THEIR ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
38.

Job title/responsibilities-2

[ASK IF Q20<4 ENTER TEXT FOR TYPE OF JOB]

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
39.

Consider past/current work to be a career/job

People have different views of their work. Some people consider their work a career -- something they expect to take pride in, advance in, and are committed to for the long run. Others think of it more as a job -- work they do just to bring home a p... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
40.

Consider past work to be a career/job

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1] People have different views of their work. Some people consider their work a career -- something they expect to take pride in, advance in, and are committed to for the long run. Others think of it more as a job -- work they d... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
41.

Consider current work to be a career or a job

[ASK IF Q20<4] People have different views of their work. Some people consider their work a career -- something they expect to advance in, and are committed to for the long run. Others think of it more as a job -- work they do just to bring home a p... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
42.

Education needed to do your past/current job

(In general) How much formal education does somebody need to do a job like yours -- no special formal education, a high school diploma, technical school, a college degree, a graduate degree, or what? [IF NECESSARY SAY:] That is, to do the job well. ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
43.

Education needed for past job

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1] (In general) How much formal education does somebody need to do a job like yours -- no special formal education, a high school diploma, technical school, a college degree, a graduate degree, or what? [IF NECESSARY SAY:] That ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
44.

Education needed for current job

[ASK IF Q20<4] (In general) How much formal education does somebody need to do a job like yours -- no special formal education, a high school diploma, technical school, a college degree, a graduate degree, or what? [IF NECESSARY SAY:] That is, to do... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
45.

On the job training needed for past/current job

How long does a person have to spend in training on the job to be able to handle a job like yours?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
46.

On the job training needed for past job

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1] How long does a person have to spend in training on the job to be able to handle a job like yours?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
47.

On the job training needed for current job

[ASK IF Q20<4] How long does a person have to spend in training on the job to be able to handle a job like yours?

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
48.

Number supervised directly at past/current job

In your job, about how many other people did you supervise who were directly responsible to, or reported directly to you? [IF NECESSARY PROBE:] On average what would you say? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
49.

Number supervised directly at past job

[ASK IF Q22=1 OR Q23=1] In your job, about how many other people did you supervise who were directly responsible to, or reported directly to you? [IF NECESSARY PROBE:] On average what would you say? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.


Name
Label/Question
50.

Number supervised directly at current job

[ASK IF Q20<4] In your job, about how many other people do you supervise who are directly responsible to, or report directly to you? [IF NECESSARY PROBE:] On average what would you say? ... (view details)

Taken from: American Citizen Participation Study Follow-Up: Singles and Couples Data, Fall 1993-Winter 1994 - Singles Data.

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