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Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Interviewer Number

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Which data collection time period is this record from?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Segment Number

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Geographical Area

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Adult Household Weight

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Interview Complete

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Interview Start Time

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Interview End Time

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In this interview, I will be asking for your thoughts and opinions about some of the concerns facing people today. First I would like to know a little about the area where you live. How long have you lived in the Detroit Metro area?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In this interview, I will be asking for your thoughts and opinions about some of the concerns facing people today. First I would like to know a little about the area where you live. How long have you lived in the Detroit Metro area?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please look at page 1 of your Blue Booklet and tell me which item on the list best describes where you live.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Do you or your family own the place where you are living now, or do you rent?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Now, I would like to ask you some questions about your life in general. Taking all things together, would you say you are very happy, happy, not very happy, or not happy at all?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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And how would you describe your overall state of health these days? Would you say it is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Next, I'd like to ask some questions about how you, yourself, get and use information in your daily life. Please tell me whether or not you use each of the following . . . A cell phone

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Next, I'd like to ask some questions about how you, yourself, get and use information in your daily life. Please tell me whether or not you use each of the following . . . Television

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Next, I'd like to ask some questions about how you, yourself, get and use information in your daily life. Please tell me whether or not you use each of the following . . . Cable TV

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Next, I'd like to ask some questions about how you, yourself, get and use information in your daily life. Please tell me whether or not you use each of the following . . . Satellite dish

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Next, I'd like to ask some questions about how you, yourself, get and use information in your daily life. Please tell me whether or not you use each of the following . . . A PalmPilot or something like that

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week about how many hours do you spend watching TV per day?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, about how often do you watch the news on television-everyday, several days, one or two days, or never?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, do you watch the national news on television? National news includes NBC Nightly News, ABC World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, CNN, MSNBC, the Lehrer News Hour, and other national news broadcasts.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, do you watch the local news on television? For example, Eyewitness News, or Action News?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, do you watch any television news broadcast in a language other than English?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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What language is that? (television news)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, about how often do you listen to the news on the radio-everyday, several days, one or two days, or never?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, do you listen to radio news in a language other than English?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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What language is that? (radio news)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, about how often do you read a newspaper-everyday, several days, one or two days, or never?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Are any of the newspapers you read in a language other than English?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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What language is that? (newspaper)

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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How many different telephone numbers does your household have, not counting those dedicated to a fax machine or computer? Please include cell phones in your count.

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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We would like a count of all computers and laptops that are used in your home whether you own them or not. How many are there?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Do you, yourself, use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 2 of the Blue Booklet, which lists places people use computers. Looking at this list, where do you use a computer?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Thinking of all the places where you use a computer, about how often do you use it in a typical week? Would you say everyday or almost everyday, a few times a week, once a week, or less than once a week?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Do you use the Internet?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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In a typical week, about how often do you read news items on the Internet- everyday, several days, one or two days, or never?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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Please turn to page 3 of your Blue Booklet. In general, when you are on the Web, how concerned are you that companies are tracking what you do--are you not at all concerned, a little concerned, somewhat concerned, very concerned, or

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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On the Web, how concerned are you that the government is tracking what you do--are you not at all concerned, a little concerned, somewhat concerned, very concerned, or extremely concerned?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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On the Web, how concerned are you that someone would steal your personal information, like credit card numbers--are you not at all concerned, a little concerned, somewhat concerned, very concerned, or extremely concerned?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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How concerned are you that your email will be read by someone besides the person you send it to- are you not at all concerned, a little concerned, somewhat concerned, very concerned, or extremely concerned?

Taken from: Detroit Area Study, 2003: Information and Values in Today's Society.

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