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Name
Label/Question
1.

Sequential Record Identifier (Added by ICPSR)

Sequential Record Identifier (Added by ICPSR)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
2.

Respondent ID

Respondent ID

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
3.

Respondent State (Alpha)

Respondent State (Text)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
4.

Geographic Region (Alpha)

Geographic Region (Alpha)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
5.

Recoded Geographic Region (Numeric)

Recoded Geographic Region (Numeric)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
6.

FIPS code (Blanked by PI)

FIPS code (Blanked by PI)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
7.

FOR TESTING PURPOSES CHOOSE A STATE

FOR TESTING PURPOSES CHOOSE A STATE

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
8.

S3. Would you prefer that I speak in English or Spanish?

S3. Would you prefer that I speak in English or Spanish?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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S1. Do you consider yourself Hispanic or Latino or a person of Spanish origin?

S1. Do you consider yourself Hispanic or Latino or a person of Spanish origin?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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S4. The most frequently used terms to describe persons of Latin American descent living in the United States are 'Hispanic and 'Latino.' Of the two, which do you prefer, or do you not care about this terminology.

S4. The most frequently used terms to describe persons of Latin American descent living in the United States are 'Hispanic' and 'Latino.' Of the two, which do you prefer, or do you not care about this terminology. ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
11.

S5. Many Hispanics in New Mexico refer to themselves as New Mexicans, Hispanos, or nuevomexicanos rather than as Mexicans, Latinos or Hispanics. From your point of view are these terms ... (READ LIST)

S5. Many Hispanics in New Mexico refer to themselves as New Mexicans, Hispanos, or nuevomexicanos rather than as Mexicans, Latinos or Hispanics. From your point of view are these terms ... (READ LIST) ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
12.

A1. How frequently would you say you watch television news? Would it be daily, most days, only once or twice a week, or almost never?

A1. How frequently would you say you watch television news? Would it be daily, most days, only once or twice a week, or almost never?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
13.

A2. How often would you say you read a daily newspaper? Would it be daily, most days, only once or twice a week, or almost never?

A2. How often would you say you read a daily newspaper? Would it be daily, most days, only once or twice a week, or almost never?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
14.

A4. For information about public affairs and politics, would you say you rely more heavily on Spanish-language television, radio, and newspapers, or on English-language TV, radio, and newspapers?

A4. For information about public affairs and politics, would you say you rely more heavily on Spanish-language television, radio, and newspapers, or on English-language TV, radio, and newspapers? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
15.

A5. Do you have regular internet access at home, somewhere else, or not at all?

A5. Do you have regular internet access at home, somewhere else, or not at all?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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A6. How interested are you in politics and public affairs? Would you say you are very interested, somewhat interested, or not at all interested?

A6. How interested are you in politics and public affairs? Would you say you are very interested, somewhat interested, or not at all interested? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
17.

B1. What year were you born? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

B1. What year were you born? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
18.

Respondent Age

Respondent Age.

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
19.

Secondary Age Variable

Secondary Age Variable

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
20.

(INTERVIEWER: ENTER GENDER OF RESPONDENT)

(INTERVIEWER: ENTER GENDER OF RESPONDENT)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B3a. How many people, including yourself, currently live in your household? We don't need their names, just the number. (RECORD EXACT NUMBER OF PEOPLE, DO NOT ACCEPT A RANGE) (REFUSED = 99)

B3a. How many people, including yourself, currently live in your household? We don't need their names, just the number. (RECORD EXACT NUMBER OF PEOPLE, DO NOT ACCEPT A RANGE) (REFUSED = 99) ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B3b. How many of these people are 18 years of age or older? (RECORD EXACT NUMBER OF PEOPLE, DO NOT ACCEPT A RANGE) (REFUSED = 99)

B3b. How many of these people are 18 years of age or older? (RECORD EXACT NUMBER OF PEOPLE, DO NOT ACCEPT A RANGE) (REFUSED = 99)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
23.

B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your ...

B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your family come f... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your ...

B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your family come f... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your ...

B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your family come f... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your ...

B4. Families of ANSWERFROM(AQS4) origin or background in the United States come from many different countries. From which country do you trace your Latino heritage? (IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE GIVEN READ) Which country does most of your family come f... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
27.

Ethnicity

Ethnicity

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B5. Were you born in the mainland United States, Puerto Rico or some other country?

B5. Were you born in the mainland United States, Puerto Rico or some other country?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
29.

B6. Where were you born?

B6. Where were you born?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
30.

B7. Can you tell me, in what state you were born?

B7. Can you tell me, in what state you were born?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B8. What would you say is the main reason you came to live in the United States? (READ LIST IF NECESSARY)

B8. What would you say is the main reason you came to live in the United States? (READ LIST IF NECESSARY)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
32.

ENTER OTHER FOR QB8 HERE

ENTER OTHER FOR QB8 HERE

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B9. When did you first arrive to live in the US [mainland]? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

B9. When did you first arrive to live in the US [mainland]? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
34.

B9. When did you first arrive to live in the US [mainland]? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

B9. When did you first arrive to live in the US [mainland]? (RECORD 4-DIGIT YEAR, REFUSED = 9999)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
35.

B10. Are you a naturalized American citizen?

B10. Are you a naturalized American citizen?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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Where your parents were born, were they both born in the US, was one born in the US, and were both born in another country?

B11a. Where your parents were born, were they both born in the US, was one born in the US, or were both born in another country?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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B11b. How many of your grandparents, if any, were born outside the U.S.A.?

B11b. How many of your grandparents, if any, were born outside the U.S.A.?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
38.

C2. How good is your spoken English? Would you say you could carry on a conversation in English (both understanding and speaking) very well, pretty well, just a little, or not at all?

C2. How good is your spoken English? Would you say you could carry on a conversation in English (both understanding and speaking) very well, pretty well, just a little, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
39.

C3. How good is your spoken Spanish? Would you say you could carry on a conversation in Spanish (both understanding and speaking) very well, pretty well, just a little, or not at all?

C3. How good is your spoken Spanish? Would you say you could carry on a conversation in Spanish (both understanding and speaking) very well, pretty well, just a little, or not at all? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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C4. How important do you think it is for you or your family to maintain the ability to speak Spanish?

C4. How important do you think it is for you or your family to maintain the ability to speak Spanish?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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C5. How important do you think it is that everyone in the United States learn English?

C5. How important do you think it is that everyone in the United States learn English?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
42.

D1. Do you participate in the activities of one social, cultural, civic or political group, more than one such group, or do you not participate in the activities of any such groups?

D1. Do you participate in the activities of one social, cultural, civic or political group, more than one such group, or do you not participate in the activities of any such groups? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
43.

D2. Stop me when I get to your answer. How would you describe these groups? Are they ... (READ LIST)

D2. Stop me when I get to your answer. How would you describe these groups? Are they ... (READ LIST)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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D2. Stop me when I get to your answer. How would you describe these groups? Are they ... (READ LIST)

D2. Stop me when I get to your answer. How would you describe these groups? Are they ... (READ LIST)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
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D3. When an issue or problem needs to be addressed, would you work through existing groups or organizations to bring people together, would you get together informally, or would you do nothing to deal with this matter?

D3. When an issue or problem needs to be addressed, would you work through existing groups or organizations to bring people together, would you get together informally, or would you do nothing to deal with this matter? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
46.

D4. Have you ever tried to get government officials to pay attention to something that concerned you, either by calling, writing a letter, or going to a meeting?

D4. Have you ever tried to get government officials to pay attention to something that concerned you, either by calling, writing a letter, or going to a meeting? ... (view details)

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
47.

D5. Have you done this more than once?

D5. Have you done this more than once?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
48.

D6. Was the official you contacted a Latino or Hispanic?

D6. Was the official you contacted a Latino or Hispanic?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
49.

Very good, now ... D7. What is your current marital status?

Very good, now ... D7. What is your current marital status?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.


Name
Label/Question
50.

D8. What is your ANSWERFROM(AQD7) race and ethnicity?

D8. What is your ANSWERFROM(AQD7) race and ethnicity?

Taken from: Latino National Survey (LNS), 2006 - Public Use Data.

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