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Sampleid ID Number

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

RIW Sequential ID Number

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

NSAL (ICPSR #190) Record Identifier

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How much R liked iwr (interviewer)

Overall, how much did you like the person who came to your house and interviewed you?

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How much R like interview

Overall, how much did you like that interview?

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How interested was R

Overall, how interested were you in the questions asked during that interview?

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Reason for doing interview

Please put a check mark next to the one thing that best describes the most important reason you decided to do that interview

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How much R enjoy interview

Overall, how much did you enjoy doing that interview?

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied w health

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel A) How satisfied are you with your health? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied w nhood

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel B) How satisfied are you with your neighborhood? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied w race relations

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel C) How satisfied are you with race relations in your city or town? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied family relations

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel D) How satisfied are you with the quality of the relationships you have with the people in your family? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied w sleep

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel E) How satisfied are you with your sleep? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied ability do tasks

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel F) How satisfied are you with your ability to perform your daily living activities? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied personal relations

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel G) How satisfied are you with your personal relationships? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied support of friends

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel H) How satisfied are you with the support you get from your friends? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied public transit

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel I) How satisfied are you with the public transportation in your neighborhood? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

How satisfied support of family

Please read each question and circle the number to the right of the question that is closest to the way you really feel J) How satisfied are you with the support you get from your family? ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

People help neighbors

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? A) People around here are willing to help their neighbors. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Close-knit nhood

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? B) This is a close-knit neighborhood.

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Trust neighbors

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? C) People in this neighborhood can be trusted. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Neighbors get along

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? D) People in this neighborhood generally get along with each other. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Neighbors share values

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? E) People in this neighborhood share the same values. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Neighbors help in emergency

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? F) I have neighbors who would help me if I had an emergency. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

Neighbors look out for one another

Thinking about the neighborhood you live in now, how true is each of the following statements? G) People in my neighborhood look out for each other. ... (view details)

Taken from: National Survey of American Life Self-Administered Questionnaire (NSAL-SAQ), February 2001-June 2003.

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