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Label/Question
1.

National Weight Variable, yrs in us

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

2.

R1 Are you comfortable continuing this conversation in English?

Are you comfortable continuing this conversation in English?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

3.

R2 Would you prefer we talk in another language?

Would you prefer we talk in another language?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

4.

R4. Confirm as adult

Are you 18 years old or older?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

5.

QS1 Gender of respondent

Are you male or female?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

6.

QS2 What race or ethnicity do you consider yourself?

What race or ethnicity do you consider yourself? [IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE, ENTER FIRST RESPONSE HERE, AND OTHER RESPONSES ON NEXT SCREEN. PROBE FOR RESPONSE BY READING FIRST 5 CATEGORIES IF RESPONDENT SAYS DON'T KNOW OR REFUSE; OTHERWISE DO NOT R... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

7.

QS3A Other racial or ethnic group (first mention)

Are there any other racial or ethnic groups that describe you? [CHECK UP TO TWO MENTIONS]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

8.

QS3B Other racial or ethnic group (second mention)

Are there any other racial or ethnic groups that describe you? [CHECK UP TO TWO MENTIONS]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

9.

QS4 Do you consider any part of your family background to be Asian?

Do you consider any part of your family background to be Asian? [IF S2 NOT EQUAL TO "Asian" OR "Asian ethnicity" OR S3 NOT EQUAL TO "Asian" OR "Asian ethnicity"] ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

10.

QS5A Asian background (first mention)

What part of Asia is that part of your family from? IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE, ENTER FIRST RESPONSE HERE.]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

11.

QS5B Asian background (second mention)

What other part of Asia is that part of your family from?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

12.

QA1 What is your ancestry or ethnic origin?

What is your ancestry or ethnic origin? [DO NOT READ. IF MORE THAN ONE RESPONSE, ASK WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT AND CHECK ONE].

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

13.

QA2 Was your mother born in the United States?

Now I want to ask you about where your parents were born. Was your mother born in the United States?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

14.

QA3 Was your father born in the United States?

How about your father; was he born in the U.S.?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

15.

QA4 Were you born in the United States or some other country?

How about you? Were you born in the United States or some other country?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

16.

QA5 What country were you born in?

What country were you born in?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

17.

QA6 What year did you first come to live in the United States on a permanent ba

[IF FOREIGN-BORN] What year did you first come to live in the United States on a permanent basis?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

18.

QA6A How old were you when you first came to live in the United States on a per

[IF A6="R taking too much time to recall" or "Don't know"] How old were you when you first came to live in the United States on a permanent basis? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

19.

QA7 When you first came to the U.S., what city did you live in?

[IF FOREIGN-BORN] When you first came to the U.S., what city did you live in? [DO NOT READ]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

20.

QA8 How many years did you live there?

[IF FOREIGN-BORN] How many years did you live there?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

21.

QB1 How interested are you in politics?

How interested are you in politics - very interested, interested, somewhat interested, or not at all interested?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

22.

QB2 Do you read newspapers for information about politics?

People rely on different sources for political information. Do you read newspapers for information about politics?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

23.

QB2A Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

[If B2=YES] Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

24.

QB2AA Do you listen to radio for political info?

Do you listen to the radio for political information?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

25.

QB2AB Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

[If B2aa=YES] Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

26.

QB3 Do you watch television for political information?

Do you watch television for political information?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

27.

QB3A Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

[If B3=YES] Is that Asian-language, English-language, or both?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

28.

QB4 Do you use the Internet for political information?

Do you use the internet for political information?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

29.

QB4A Is that in an Asian language, in English, or both?

[If B4=YES] Is that in an Asian language, in English, or both?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

30.

QB5 What do you think is the most important problem facing the United States to

What do you think is the most important problem facing the United States today? [DO NOT READ]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

31.

record other problem here

Record other problem here.

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

32.

QB5AA What other important problem faces the United States today?

What other important problem faces the United States today?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

33.

record other problem here

Record other problem here.

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

34.

QB5BB Any other important problem facing the United States today?

Any other important problem facing the United States today?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

35.

record other problem here

Record other problem here.

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

36.

QB5A Which one of these issues is the most important to you personally?

[IF B5aa NE DK, REF] Which one of these issues is the most important to you personally? [READ ONLY IF NECESSARY]

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

37.

QC1 Are you now registered to vote at your current address?

Next, I would like to ask you about your views on political issues and the U.S. presidential election. I am interested in your views, even if you are not eligible to vote or not registered to vote here. These days, people are so busy they cannot fi... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

38.

QC1A Which political party are you registered with?

[IF C1="Yes"] Which political party are you registered with?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

39.

QC1B Are you planning to register to vote before the November 2008 election?

[IF C1 NOT EQUAL TO "Yes"] Are you planning to register to vote before the November 2008 election?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

40.

QC2 Rate the chances that you will vote in the presidential election in Novembe

[IF C1="Yes" OR C1b="Yes"] I would like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the presidential election in November. Are you absolutely certain to vote, will you probably vote, or is the chance 50-50, or less than that? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

41.

QC3 Plan to vote for who? (rotated)

[IF C1="Yes" OR C1b="Yes"] Do you plan to vote for [RANDOMIZE ORDER FOR MCCAIN AND OBAMA] John McCain the Republican, or Barack Obama, the Democrat, or another candidate for President of the United States, or are you unsure at this point in time? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

42.

QC3A Which candidate for president are you leaning toward voting for (rotated)?

[IF C3="Unsure at this time" OR C3="Don't know"] Which candidate for president are you leaning toward voting for? Are you leaning toward voting for [RANDOMIZE ORDER FOR MCCAIN AND OBAMA] John McCain, the Republican or Barack Obama, the Democrat or... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

43.

QC4 If you could vote, who vote for (rotated)?

[IF C1 NOT EQUAL TO "YES" OR C1B NOT EQUAL TO "YES"] If you could vote, would you vote for [RANDOMIZE ORDER FOR MCCAIN AND OBAMA] John McCain the Republican, or Barack Obama, the Democrat, or another candidate for President of the United States, or... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

44.

QC4A Does the fact that Barack Obama grew up in Hawaii?

[4-WAY SPLIT SAMPLE (one quarter get each variant of C4a-d)] Does the fact that Barack Obama grew up in Hawaii make you have a more favorable impression of him, a less favorable impression of him, or does it not change your opinion of him? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

45.

QC4B Does John McCains experience in Vietnam?

Does John McCain's experience in Vietnam make you have a more favorable impression of him, a less favorable impression of him, or does it not change your opinion of him? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

46.

QC4C Does the fact that John McCain has an adopted daughter from Bangladesh?

Does the fact that John McCain has an adopted daughter from Bangladesh make you have a more favorable impression of him, a less favorable impression of him, or does it not change your opinion of him? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

47.

QC4D Does the fact that Barack Obama has a sister from Indonesia?

Does the fact that Barack Obama has a sister from Indonesia make you have a more favorable impression of him, a less favorable impression of him, or does it not change your opinion of him? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

48.

QC7 Did you vote in the 2004 U.S Presidential election?

Thinking about past elections, did you vote in the 2004 U.S Presidential election?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

49.

QC8 Who did you vote for President in the 2004 election (rotated)?

[IF C7="Yes"] Who did you vote for President in the 2004 election? Was it [RANDOMIZE ORDER FOR BUSH AND KERRY] George W. Bush, John Kerry, or someone else? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

50.

QC9 Did you vote by absentee ballot?

[IF C7="Yes", DO NOT ASK IF C8 = DID NOT VOTE OR NOT ELIGIBLE TO VOTE] Did you vote by absentee ballot?

Taken from: National Asian American Survey, 2008.

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